The Unz Review • An Alternative Media Selection
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
Roger E. Fry Archives
Roger E. Fry • 14 Items / 11 Books, 3 Articles
Flemish Art: A Critical Survey (1927)
Show MoreShow AllFinding...Find More
Email This Page to Someone

 Remember My Information



=>
Published Reviews
  1. [+]
    Books on Art (3 Reviews)
    Flemish Art: A Critical Survey, by Roger E. Fry
    1. Flemish Art: A Critical Survey by Roger E. Fry
    2. Old Masters and Modern Art by Charles J. Holmes
    3. Art Studies: Medieval, Renaissance, and Modern
    The New Republic, August 22, 1928, p. 26
  2. [+]
    Check List of New Books (5 Reviews)
    The Fine Arts
    1. Old Masters and Modern Art by Charles J. Holmes
    2. Flemish Art: A Critical Survey by Roger E. Fry
    3. Early American Glass by Rhea Mansfield Knittle
    4. L'Oeuvre du Sculpteur O'Connor by Helene Desmaroux
    5. Apples and Madonnas by Clarence J. Bulliet
    The American Mercury, May 1928
  3. [+]
    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Art
    1. The History of American Painting by Samuel Isham
    2. Flemish Art: A Critical Survey by Roger E. Fry
    3. The Art of Landscape Painting in Water Color, Oil, and Pastel by Leonard Richmond
    4. Arthur William Heintzelman by John Taylor Arms
    5. The Substance of Architecture by A.S.G. Butler
    The Saturday Review, February 11, 1928, p. 597
  4. [+]
    Books in Brief (9 Reviews)
    That Bright Heat, by George O'Neil
    1. That Bright Heat by George O'Neil
    2. Deluge by S. Fowler Wright
    3. Flemish Art: A Critical Survey by Roger E. Fry
    4. Back of War by Henry Kittredge Norton
    5. Immigration Crossroads by Constantine M. Panunzio
    6. India and the West by Francis S. Marvin
    7. A Short History of the American People by Robert Granville Caldwell
    8. The Legal Status of Agricultural Co-Operation by Edwin Griswold Nourse
    9. Industrial Prosperity and the Farmer by Russell C. Engberg
    The Nation, May 30, 1928, p. 619