Catalogue Raisonné

P31.004

John Reed Club Panel, c. 1931
Fresco
Dimensions unknown
Signature unconfirmed
Provenance
Destroyed in February 1933
Exhibitions
Bibliography
Illustrated Daily News. "Where Vandals Wrecked Paintings." February 13, 1933, illus. in b&w of destroyed mural
Ashton, Dore. Yes, but... A Critical Study of Philip Guston. New York: Viking, 1976, illus. in b&w p. 28
Tallmer, Jerry. "'Creation' is for Beauty Parlors." New York Post, April 9, 1977, p. 22, mentioned in text, not illus.
Kingsley, April. "Philip Guston's Endgame: From Realism to Abstraction and Back, Philip Guston Remains Unique in Twentieth-Century Art." Horizon: The Magazine of the Arts, June 1980, pp. 34–41, mentioned in text p. 36, not illus.
Coolidge, Clark. "Clark Coolidge Class 1." Naropa Institute Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Boulder, July 1, 1980, Audio recording, mentioned
Ashton, Dore. A Critical Study of Philip Guston. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990, illus. in b&w p. 28
Kingsley, April. The Turning Point: The Abstract Expressionists and the Transformation of American Art. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992, mentioned in text p. 326, not illus.
Corbett, William. Philip Guston's Late Work: A Memoir. Boston: Zoland Books, 1994, mentioned in text p. 16, not illus.
Weber, Joanna, Harry Cooper, and Laura Greengold. Philip Guston A New Alphabet: The Late Transition. Exh. cat. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 2000, illus. in b&w Fig. 19, p. 42
Philip Guston Tableaux / Paintings 1947 - 1979. Exh. cat. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Publishers, 2000, mentioned in text p. 30
Cooper, Harry. "Recognizing Guston (In Four Slips)." October 99 (2002): pp. 96–129, illus. in b&w p. 109 and mentioned in text pp. 108-110
Apel, Dora. Imagery of Lynching: Black Men, White Women, and the Mob. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2004, described in text pp. 148-149, not illus.
Boime, Al. "Breaking Open the Wall: The Morelia Mural of Guston, Kadish and Langsner." Burlington Magazine, July 2008, Fig. 16 illus. in b&w p. 454 and mentioned in text p. 452
Eaton, William. "Guston, Schapiro, Rosenberg,...Dialogue." Zeteo Journal, July 13, 2016. Online, mentioned in text, not illus.
Gieskes, Mette. "I is an Other: Philip Guston's Imagined Incarnations of God and Klansmen." In Example or Alter Ego? Aspects of the Portrait Historie in Western Art from Antiquity to the Present. Edited by Volker Manuth, Rudie van Leeuwen, and Jos Koldeweij. Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, mentioned in text p. 292, not illus.
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Smee, Sebastian. "In postponing Guston exhibition, the National Gallery and three other museums have made a terrible mistake." Washington Post, September 27, 2020. Online, mentioned in text, not illus.
Smee, Sebastian. "A stunningly misguided decision by four museums." Washington Post, September 29, 2020, pp. C1-C2, mentioned in text, not illus.
Greenberger, Alex. "Philip Guston's KKK Paintings: Why an Abstract Painter Returned to Figuration to Confront Racism." ARTnews, September 30, 2020. Online, mentioned in text, not illus.
Storr, Robert. Philip Guston: A Life Spent Painting. London: Laurence King Publishing, 2020, No. 4 illus. in b&w p. 17 and mentioned in text p. 15
Cooper, Harry, Mark Godfrey, Alison de Lima Greene, and Kate Nesin. Philip Guston Now. Exh. cat. Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 2020, illus. in b&w p. 7 and mentioned in text pp. 7, 182 and 223
Mayer, Musa. Philip Guston. London: Laurence King Publishing, 2021, illus. in b&w p. 9 and mentioned in text p. 8
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