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Saul Steinberg • 144 Items / 87 Visuals, 7 Books, 50 Articles
Reflections and Shadows (2002)
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    Under Radar, by Michael Tolkin
    1. Under Radar by Michael Tolkin
    2. The Pirate Hunter by Richard Zacks
    3. Reflections and Shadows by Saul Steinberg and Aldo Buzzi
    4. Swan Electric by April Bernard
    The New Yorker, July 29, 2002, p. 91
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    On Art: Bookings (21 Reviews)
    Reflections and Shadows, by Saul Steinberg and Aldo Buzzi
    1. Reflections and Shadows by Saul Steinberg and Aldo Buzzi
    2. Vanished Splendors by Balthus and Alain Vircondelet
    3. Matisse by Pierre Schneider
    4. The Unknown Matisse by Hilary Spurling
    5. Menzel's Realism by Michael Fried
    6. Marcel Duchamp by Alice Goldfarb Marquis
    7. Hans Hofmann by James Yohe
    8. Henri Matisse, Ellsworth Kelly: Plant Drawings by Henri Matisse
    9. Lois Orswell, David Smith, and Modern Art by Marjorie B. Cohn and David Smith
    10. Salvador Dali's Dream of Venus by Ingrid Schaffner
    11. Anni Albers and Ancient American Textiles by Virginia Gardner Troy
    12. The Age of Van Eyck by Till-Holger Borchert
    13. Robert Campin by Felix Thuerlemann
    14. Great Altarpieces: Gothic and Renaissance by Caterina Virdis Limentani and Mari Pietogiovanna, ...
    15. Painted Prints by Susan Dackerman
    16. Jorg Breu the Elder by Andrew Morrall
    17. Koloman Moser: Master of Viennese Modernism by Maria Rennhofer and Koloman Moser
    18. Dagobert Peche and the Wiener Werkstatte by Peter Noever
    19. The Invention of Chic by Lisa Schlansker Kolosek and Therese Bonney
    20. Josef Frank: Life and Work by Christopher Long
    21. Alexey Brodovitch by Kerry William Purcell
    The New Republic, December 2, 2002, pp. 28-32