Catalogue Raisonné

P58.001

Passage, 1957-1958
Oil on canvas
65 x 74¼ in.
165.1 x 188.6 cm
Signed front lower center: Philip Guston
Provenance
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Bequest of Caroline Wiess Law
Caroline Wiess Law
Mrs. Dolly Bright Carter
Phyllis B. Lambert, New York
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons
Exhibitions
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY, "Philip Guston", February 24, 1958 - March 22, 1958 
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, "1958 Annual Exhibition, Sculpture, Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings", November 19, 1958 - January 04, 1959
Sokolniki Park, Moscow, Russia, "Amerikanskaya zhiropia i sculptura: Amerikanskaya natsionalonaya vystavka v Moskve (American National Exhibition)", July 25, 1959 - September 05, 1959
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, "American Business and the Arts", September 14, 1961 - October 15, 1961
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, "Philip Guston", May 03, 1962 - July 01, 1962  Travelled to:
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, "New York School The First Generation Paintings of the 1940s and 1950s", June 18, 1965 - August 01, 1965
Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA, "A Look at New York", June 12, 1973 - July 22, 1973
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX, "A Spirited Vision: Highlights of the Bequest of Caroline Wiess Law to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston", February 22, 2004 - April 25, 2004
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX, "Modern Painting from the MFAH Collection", July 30, 2010 - August 08, 2010
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA, "Philip Guston Now", May 01, 2022 - September 11, 2022 
Bibliography
Devree, Howard. "Contrasts of Today: Traditional and New in Three Shows." The New York Times, March 2, 1958, section 2, p. 9, mentioned in text, not illus.
Coates, Robert M. "The Whitney Annual." The New Yorker, November 29, 1958, pp. 169–72, mentioned in text p. 170, not illus.
1958 Annual Exhibition, Sculpture, Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings. Exh cat. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1958, cat. no. 88, not illus., "Lent by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons"
The New York Times. "Moscow To See Modern U.S. Art." May 31, 1959, p. 60, not illus., listed in article as being from 1957
Philip Guston. Exh. cat. New York: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1962, cat. no. 43, illus. in color p. 81, Collection Mrs. Phyllis Lambert, New York, dated 1957-58
Lambert, Helen. "Guston Show Heads London Gallery List." New York Herald Tribune (Paris), January 16, 1963, p. 5, mentioned in text, not illus.
Tuchman, Maurice. New York School, The First Generation: Paintings of the 1940s and 1950s. Paperback ed. Greenwich: New York Graphic Society Art Library, 1965, cat. no. 44, illus. in color p. 79
Tuchman, Maurice. New York School, The First Generation: Paintings of the 1940s and 1950s. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1965, cat. no. 42, illus. in color p. 107
Rose, Barbara. American Art Since 1900: A Critical History. New York: Praeger, 1967, illus. in b&w illus. no. 7-18 p. 206
Tuchman, Maurice, ed. New York School: The First Generation. Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1971, illus. in color no. 44, p. 79
Storr, Robert. Philip Guston. New York: Abbeville Modern Masters, 1986, illus. in color no. 31 p. 36
Lenzi, Marco. L'estetica musicale di Morton Feldman. Milan: Universal Music MGB, 2009, illus. in color fig. 1
Marzio, Peter. American Art and Philanthropy: Twenty Years of Collecting at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2010, illus. p. 319, mentioned in text pp. 204-205 and 319
Russeth, Andrew. "National Gallery of Art Plans 2020 Traveling Philip Guston Retrospective." ARTnews, June 27, 2019. Online, illus. in color
Laster, Paul. "Philip Guston: A Life Lived Through Art." Art & Object (Chapel Hill), July 21, 2020. Online, illus. in color and mentioned in text
Cascone, Sarah. "Philip Guston's Daughter and Other Critics Speak Out Against Four Museums' Decision to Postpone a Major Retrospective on the Artist." artnet News, September 25, 2020. Online, illus. in color
Allen, Brian T. "Philip Guston and the KKK: Museums Cower and Run for Cover." National Review, October 10, 2020. Online, illus. in color
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 color Plate 46 p. 67
Bowen, Jared. 'Philip Guston Now' portrays art of controversial and confrontational painter. Washington D.C.: PBS News Hour, May 12, 2022. Video, illus. in color as part of an installation photo