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Series 3 | A Finding Aid to the William Mills Ivins papers, 1878-1964

William Mills Ivins papers, 1878-1964

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Series 3: Publications, 1896-1958
2 linear feet
Boxes 13-14

This series contains an incomplete set of publications by Ivins including books, articles, lectures, exhibition catalogs, and reviews. Many are marked copies, corrected or otherwise annotated by the author. When available, reviews of books and exhibitions are filed with the corresponding volume. The first folder in the series contrains Ivin's first published work, consisting of letters written to his mother while in South America.
The publications are arranged in chronological order by date of publication, while later editions are reprints filed by date of first publication.
DescriptionContainer
"A Trip Worth Describing, Letters from a Lad While Traveling,"
Monmouth Democrat
[Freehold, N.J.], 1896 December 3
13
1
"Catalogue of an Exhibition of Prints by Albrecht Durer, With an Introduction by William M. Ivins, Jr.," Frederick Keppel &Co., 1917 November 5-31
13
2
Wood Engravings by Rudolph Ruzicka
, Newark Public Library, 1917 March 5-31
13
3
Exhibition of Painter Etchings and Engravings of the XIX Century, Consisting Mainly of Loans From Private Collections
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1917 April
13
4
The Wood Engravings of Rudolph Ruzicka
, The Newark Museum Association, 1917
13
5
A Catalogue of Italian Renaissance Woodcuts
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1927
13
6
"Of Museums,"
The Arts
, vol. III, no. 1, 1923 January
13
7
"Daumier- The Man of His Time,"
The Arts
, vol. III, no. 2
13
8
Loan Exhibition of the Italian Renaissance
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1923 May 7- September 9
13
9
"
A History of Engraving and Etching
, by Arthur M. Hind." Reviewed by Ivins in
The Literary Review
, 1935 July 21
13
10
"A Note on Claude Garamond, Punch- Cutter & Type- Founder," in
Monotype
, vol. 9, no. 6, 1923
13
11
A Guide to an Exhibition of The Arts of the Book
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1924 May 12- September 14
13
12
"Goya's Disasters of War,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XIX, no. 9, 1924 September
13
13
"A Gift of Prints,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XX, no. 8
13
14
"Joseph Pennell,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXI, no. 11, 1925 August
13
15
Prints and Books, Informal Papers, 1926
13
16
"Photography and the 'Modern' Point of View, A Speculation in the History of Taste,"
Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. I, pt. 1, 1928
13
17
"A Note Apropos of Two Anniversaries,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXII, no. 1, 1928 January
13
18
"A Collection of English Trading Cards,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXIII, no. 2, 1928 February
13
19
"Beauty in the Architecture,"
The Arts
, vol. XIV, no. 3, 1928 September
13
20
"Philbert de l'Orme's Premiere Tome de l'architecture,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXIV, no. 5, 1929 May
13
21
"Notes on Three Durer Woodblocks,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. II, pt. 1, 1929 November
13
22
"Kleiner's
Residences Memorables
,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXIV, no. 12, 1929 December 12
13
23
"Vasari's Lives," Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1930
13
24
"Notes on Two Woodcuts of the Nuremberg School,"
Metropolitan Museum Studies
, vol. II, pt 3, 1930 May
13
25
Notes on Prints, Being the Text of Labels Prepared for a Special Exhibition of Prints from the Museum Collection,
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1930
13
26
"French Eighteenth-Century Engravings,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXVI, no. 2, 1931 February
13
27
Daumier, 1931 March
13
28
"An Exhibition of Reproductive Prints,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXVI, no. 10, 1931 October
13
29
"Early Woodcuts," Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, vol. XXVII, no. 2, 1932 February
13
30
"Address at the Cooper Union, Tuesday, 25th of February 1932", 1932 February 25
13
31
Hugh Thompson- His Art, His Letters, His Humor, and His Charm
by M.H. Spielmann and Walter Jerrold, reviewed by Ivins in
The Saturday Review of Literature
, vol. IX, no. 1, 1932 July 23
13
32
"Artistic Aspects of Fifteenth-Century Printing,"
Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America
, vol. XXVI, 1932
13
33
"An Undescribed Schongauer Trial Proof,"
Metropolitan Museum Studies
, vol. IV, pt. 2, 1933 March
13
34
"Two Woodcuts of the Virgin,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXVII, no. 4, 1932 April
13
35
"A Woodblock by Brueghel,"
Metropolitan Museum Studies
, vol. V, pt. 1, 1934 June
13
36
"On Education in a Museum,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXIX, no. 9, 1934 September
13
37
Bryson Burroughs, Catalogue of a Memorial Exhibition of his Works
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1935 March 25- May 5
13
38
Francisco Goya, His Paintings, Drawings, and Prints
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1936 January 27- March 8
13
39
"The Woodcuts to Vesalius,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXXI, no.7, 1936 July
13
40
"The Lovers by the Masters b x g. An Undescribed Early German Engraving," Metropolitan Museum Studies, vol. V pt. 2, 1936 September
13
41
"Goya's Giant,"
Metropolitan Museum Studies
, vol. V, pt. 2, 1936 September
13
42
"Italian Renaissance Prints and Illustrated Books,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXXII, no. 12, 1937 December
13
43
"Italian Baroque Prints,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXXIII, no. 7, 1938 July
13
44
On the Rationalization of Sight: With an Examination of Three Renaissance Texts on Perspective
. Metropolitan Museum of Art Papers, No. 8, 1938
13
45
"Address given at the Opening of the Exhibition of Metropolitan Museum Printing held in the Pierpont Morgan Library on 24, October 1938", 1939
13
46
"The Ketham of 1490,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol. XXXVI, no. 2, 1939 February
13
47
"The Artist and the Fifteenth-Century Printer", 1940
13
48
"The Art of Rembrandt,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, vol.
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, no. 1, 1942 January
13
49
The Unseen Rembrandt
by Ivins, reviewed by Jakob Rosenberg,
College Art Journal,
vol. I, no.4, 1942 May
13
50
"Rennaissance Books on Architecture,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1942 December
13
51
"Free Thought in the Country,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1943 February
14
1
"A Breugel Exhibition in the Print Galleries,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1943 March
14
2
"Ignorance, the End,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1943 Summer
14
3
"A Note on Girard Desargues,"
Scripta Mathematica
, 1943 March
14
4
A Propos the
Fabrica of Vesalius
,"
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
, 1943 December
14
5
How Prints Look, 1943, 1958
14
6
"The Herbal of 'Pseudo- Apuleius',"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, March 1944, 1944 March
14
7
"Early Florentine Illustrated Books,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, Summer 1944, 1944 Summer
14
8
"But It's Not a Cimabue!,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1944 December
14
9
"French XVI Century Prints,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, June 1945, 1945 June
14
10
"Goya,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1945 June
14
11
"In the Beginning was the Word,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1945 Summer
14
12
"The Art Museum Library,"
The Museum News
, vol. 23, no. 8, 1954 October 15
14
13
"Preface to an American Philosophy of Art," by A. Phillip McMahon, reviewed by Ivins,
Gazette des Beaux-Arts
, circa 1945
14
14
"Tiresome and Baroque,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1946 February
14
15
"The Aix Lantern,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1946 March
14
16
"The 'Field' of Prints, Objects vs. Meanings,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1946 May
14
17
"The Dead Hand,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
,
Buffalo Academy of Fine Arts Albright Gallery Notes, PSA [Photographic Society of America]
, 1946 June, 1947 January, 1947 November
14
18
Address by William Ivins, Jr. in the Yale Art Gallery, Friday evening", 1946 October 18
14
19
"The Dances of Death" Printed in Paris in 1490. A reproduction made from the copy in the Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, Library of Congress,
with an introduction by Ivins, 1946
14
20
Art & Geometry: A Study in Space Intuition, 1946
14
21
"A Few Fallacies About Art,"
Harper's
, 1947 August
14
22
"More Fallacies About Art,"
Harper's
, 1947 September
14
23
"A Note on Desargues' Theorum,"
Scripta
Mathematica, 1947 September/ December
14
24
"Some Notes on Fakes,"
Magazine of Art
, 1948 May
14
25
"A Note on Ipseity,"
The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism
, 1948 September
14
26
" A Neglected Aspect of Early Print-Making,"
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
, 1948 October
14
27
"Leonardo da Vinci: Paragone. A Comparison of the Arts," by Irma A. Richter, reviewed by Ivins,
Times Literary Supplement
, 1949 June 10
14
28
"Some Disconnected Notes About Drawings,"
Harper's
, 1949 December
14
29
Three Vesalian Essays to Accompany the Icones Anatomicae of 1934,
with Samuel W. Lambert and Willy Wiegand, 1952
14
30
"'Symmetry' by Herman Weyl," Reviewed by Ivins,
Magazine of Art
, 1953 April
14
31
"Prints and Visual Communication", 1953
14
32
"What Makes a Masterpiece?," 1953; Reprinted in
Art Digest
, 1954 March 15
14
33
"Prints: Technique and Expression", 1954
14
34

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