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Broadway Night

Artist:
John Marin (American, Rutherford, New Jersey 1870–1953 Cape Split, Maine)
Date:
1929
Medium:
Watercolor, charcoal, and graphite on paper
Dimensions:
21 5/8 x 26 3/4 in. (54.9 x 67.9 cm)
Classification:
Drawings
Credit Line:
Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949
Accession Number:
49.70.143a, b
Rights and Reproduction:
© 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Not on view
Inscription: Signed and dated (lower right): Marin 29
the artist (from 1929; to Stieglitz); Alfred Stieglitz, New York (probably 1930–d. 1946; his estate, 1946–49; gift to MMA)

An American Place. "John Marin: Recent Water-colors, New Mexico and New York," November 1930, no catalogue [probably this work].

Museum of Modern Art, New York. "John Marin: Watercolors, Oil Paintings, Etchings," October 19–November 22, 1936, no. 119.

New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. "This is Our City: An Exhibition of Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings, Prints, Presented for the Greater New York Fund," March 11–April 13, 1941, no. 111.

Baltimore Museum of Art. "Contrasts in Impressionism: An Exhibition of Paintings by Alessandro Magnasco, Claude Monet, John Marin," November 13–December 27, 1942, no. 11.

Art Institute of Chicago. "Twenty-second International Exhibition of Water Colors," May 13–August 22, 1943, no. 268.

Art Institute of Chicago. "Alfred Stieglitz: His Photographs and His Collection," February 2–29, 1948, extended to March 7, 1948, no catalogue (checklist no. 57).

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "20th Century Painters: A Special Exhibition of Oils, Water Colors and Drawings Selected from the Collections of American Art in the Metropolitan Museum," June 16–October 29, 1950, unnum. brochure (p. 15).

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," March 1–April 17, 1955, no. 44 (wc) (as "Broadway, Night").

Washington, D. C. Phillips Gallery. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," May 15–June 30, 1955, no. 44 (wc).

San Francisco Museum of Art. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," July 19–September 11, 1955, no. 44 (wc).

University of California, Los Angeles. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," September 28–November 9, 1955, no. 44 (wc).

Cleveland Museum of Art. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," November 17, 1955–January 1, 1956, no. 44 (wc).

Minneapolis Institute of Arts. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," February 3–March 20, 1956, no. 44 (wc).

Palm Beach. Society of the Four Arts. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," March 9–20, 1956 (part 1, drawings, etchings and watercolors); March 23–April 1, 1956 (part 2, oils), no. 44 (wc).

University of Georgia, Athens. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," May 1956, no. 44 (wc).

New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. "John Marin Memorial Exhibition," June 13–July 29, 1956, no. 44 (wc).

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Two Hundred Years of Watercolor Painting in America: An Exhibition Commemorating the Centennial of the American Watercolor Society," December 8, 1966–January 29, 1967, no. 162.

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. "Visions of New York City: American Paintings, Drawings, and Prints of the 20th Century," March 28–May 24, 1981, no. 26.

Whitney Museum of Art at Philip Morris, New York. "Artist's Vision," September 26–December 5, 1984, no catalogue.

Canberra. Australian National Gallery. "20th Century Masters from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York," March 1–April 27, 1986, unnumbered cat. (p. 49).

Brisbane. Queensland Art Gallery. "20th Century Masters from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York," May 7–July 1, 1986, unnumbered cat.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "John Marin's New York: 1910–1936," August 23–November 9, 1997, no catalogue.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe," October 13, 2011–January 2, 2012, no. 156.

Ralph Flint. "Marin Exhibits New Landscapes Done in Taos." Art News 29 (November 8, 1930), p. 5.

MacKinley Helm. John Marin. Boston, 1948, pp. 64, 175, pl. 27.

Sheldon Reich. John Marin: A Stylistic Analysis and Catalogue Raisonné. Tucson, 1970, vol. 2, p. 604, fig. 29.7.

Eliza E. Rathbone. Mark Tobey: City Paintings. Exh. cat., National Gallery of Art. Washington, 1984, p. 28, fig. 5.

Ruth E. Fine. John Marin. Exh. cat., National Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C., 1990, p. 145, fig. 135.

Danielle Tilkin et al. New York et l'art moderne: Alfred Stieglitz et son cercle (1905–1930). Exh. cat., Musée d'Orsay. Paris, 2004, p. 214, fig. 65 (Spanish ed., 2004).

Jessica Murphy in Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ed. Lisa Mintz Messinger. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2011, pp. 182, 274, no. 156, ill. (color) pp. 182 (recto), 274 (recto and verso).

Rachel Mustalish in Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O'Keeffe. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ed. Lisa Mintz Messinger. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2011, p. 182.



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