Tremaine Collection artworks and designs in exhibitions (compilation; 1945-present)

Starting with their Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, Burton Tremaine and Emily Hall Tremaine, known for her great eye, built a collection of works which were featured in hundreds of exhibitions. After Tremaine ownership, these works continue to be exhibited extensively today.

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artdesigncafé - art | Tremaine Collection / Miller Co. art & design | 16 June 2016 | Updated 20 March 2020

The following is a developing list of exhibitions including artworks and designs owned by Burton Tremaine and Emily Hall Tremaine (1945-1991), including their Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art (1945-c. 1960), since their initial ownership. (At the Miller Co., Burton was CEO of the company and Emily was the company’s art and design director, and exhibition organizer.) This exhibition list also includes photo works by Louise Lawler with Tremaine-related content. Lawler was given permission in c. 1984 to photograph the Tremaines interiors in New York and Madison, Connecticut, and she followed some works to the auctions later in the decade. Additionally, exhibitions including a Guerrilla Girls poster and lithograph criticizing the Tremaine Collection at auction are also included. While critical, it should be noted that Mrs. Tremaine actively collected works by female artists in the 1940s to 1980s, and was in essence a mid-century "Guerrilla Girl". (For a detailed account, see her biography, now available online.)


TIP 1: If you are looking for exhibitions including works by a specific artist, the fastest way to see them is to search the artist’s name via the "find" functionality on your web browser.

TIP 2: Click to see a developing list of Tremaine-related artworks and designs, with many included in this compilation (at bottom of overview webpage).

TIP 3: Researchers should consider the listings carefully as most often exhibition inclusion has not been confirmed at the exhibition checklist and installation photograph level. The sources of the information are listed below each entry.

Numerous, additional exhibition finds are being processed. In the meantime, feel free to address any specific research queries to artdesigncafe.com.

TIP 4: Also check out the exhibition checklists for (a) the 28+ venues of the Painting toward architecture exhibition (1947-52) (linked below); (b) the 1965 show at the San Francisco Museum of Art, featuring "selections", perhaps curated, by Emily Hall Tremaine (linked below); (c) the 1984 Tremaine Collection show (linked below); and (d) the 2007 Louise Lawler Tremaine pictures show, which includes photoworks showing views of certain Tremaine Collection artworks.



A. Highlighted exhibitions over the years


1947-
1952

28(+) venues: December 1947 - June 1952. Painting toward architecture at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT and 27(+) other venues across America.

> Most of the Tremaine’s Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art was exhibited, within a cross-disciplinary art - design - architecture - industry presentation. The "lead" artwork was Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie, (1942-44), his last, unfinished painting.

See details and documentation below in section B.


1949

15 February - 17 April 1949. From Le Corbusier to Niemeyer: Savoye House - Tremaine House 1949 at Museum of Modern Art, New York.

> Miller Company Collection of abstract art, loaned works: Oscar Neimeyer maquette and drawings (1948); presumably Roberto Burle Marx’s Design for a garden, (1948) and a collage by Niemeyer and Burle Marx. Both show the design for the Tremaine House (unbuilt).

"The theme of this show is based on Henry-Russell Hitchcock’s book on the Miller [Company] Collection of abstract art, Painting toward architecture." (Excerpt from press release.)

See details and documentation below in section B.


1965

22 January - 14 February 1965. A New York collector selects... at San Francisco Museum of Art.

> Emily Hall Tremaine as selector / curator. Works exhibited by artists including Christo, Mark di Suvero, Roy Lichtenstein, Agnes Martin, Claes Oldenburg, Pistoletto, Bridget Riley, James Rosenquist, Diter Rot, George Segal, Richard Tuttle, Samuel Wagstaff (Stuart Davis, Robert Indiana, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, George Ortman, Larry Poons, Ad Reinhardt, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol), and Andy Warhol.

See details and documentation below in section B.

18 February - 4 April 1965. The New American Realism at the Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts.

> This show brought together key works collected by Emily Hall Tremaine, known for her eye for art. The Tremaine-owned works loaned to the show include Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958), now at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; James Rosenquist’s Zone, now at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; and Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe diptych, (1962), now at Tate Modern, London.

See details and documentation below in section B.


1984

26 February - 29 April 1984. The Tremaine Collection - 20th century masters: The spirit of modernism at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT.

> Several former Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art works; private basis: Mr & Mrs Burton Tremaine. Over 120 works exhibited.

See details and documentation below in section B.


1988

4 venues, pre-auction exhibitions: October - November 1988. Contemporary art from The Tremaine Collection, Christie’s New York (Park Avenue): Chicago (venue unknown, c. 4 October 1988); Maisonette Room, Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA (c. 6-8 October 1988); Tokyo (venue unknown, 17-18 October 1988); and Christie’s Park Avenue (New York) (4-9 November 1988); auction: 9 November 1988.

> 34 Tremaine-owned artworks exhibited.

See details and documentation below in section B.


1991

May - September 1991. Delaunay to de Kooning: Modern Masters from the Tremaine Collection and the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut.

> Over 35 works from the Tremaine Collection, or formerly in the Tremaine Collection, exhibited.

See details and documentation below in section B.


2007

13 September - 20 October 2007. Louise Lawler: The Tremaine pictures 1984-2007. BFAS Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland (in cooperation with Metro Pictures Gallery, New York).

> The Tremaine’s interiors and art collection as photowork subjects, some Tremaine-owned artworks in the 1984 Tremaine Collection exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum (1984) as photowork subjects, some Tremaine-owned artworks at auction (1987) as photowork subjects. (Overall, there are 30 works in editions. These works have been exhibited and collected extensively, 1984 - present. Additionally, line drawings based on a photo have also been extensively exhibited.)

See details and documentation below in section B.


2012-
2018

27 venues: 2012-18. Harry Seidler: Architecture, art and collaborative design and Harry Seidler: Painting toward architecture, international venues.

> Exhibition and book show direct influence of Henry-Russell Hitchcock’s Painting toward architecture book (1948) on Harry Seidler. From November 2014, former Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), National Gallery of Australia, Canberra-owned, loaned artwork, Sydney venue: Theo van Doesburg’s Space-time construction no. 3, (1923). For all of the following venues, a reproduction of the Van Doesburg work was on view. Also, the Painting toward architecture book was in the installation at least in the Chicago venue (2018).

See details and documentation below in section B.



B. Compilation of exhibitions (1945-present) in development


Scroll through hundreds of exhibitions featuring Tremaine-related art and design.

1940s

28(+) venues: December 1947 - June 1952. Painting toward architecture at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT and 27(+) other venues across America.

> The Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, exhibited works: most of the art collection at that time, within a cross-disciplinary art - design - architecture - industry presentation. (See the list of artworks and designs in the shows listed below.)

14 January - 13 February 1949. Sculpture since Rodin at Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. (Updated 29 February 2020. K00619-20; K01270-74). (This show was presented in parallel with a smaller Painting toward architecture / Miller Company show also at Yale).

> Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), loaned artworks: Alexander Calder’s Bougainvillea, (1947); Mary Callery’s Amity (study), (1946); Jacques Lipchitz’s Pegasus (study), (1944); and Jose de Rivera’s Black, yellow, and red, (1942).

15 February - 17 April 1949. From Le Corbusier to Niemeyer: Savoye House - Tremaine House 1949 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Updated 8 December 2017. K00073; K00082.)

> Miller Company Collection of abstract art, loaned works: Oscar Neimeyer maquette and drawings (1948); presumably Roberto Burle Marx’s Design for a garden, (1948) and a collage by Niemeyer and Burle Marx. Both show the design for the Tremaine House (unbuilt).

"The theme of this show is based on Henry Russell-Hitchcock’s book on the Miller [Company] Collection of abstract art, Painting toward architecture." (Excerpt from press release, linked below.)



1950s

4 venues: 1953. MacIver and Pereira at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (8 January - 1 March 1953); Des Moines Art Center, Iowa (16 March - 19 April 1953); San Francisco Museum of Art (4 May - 4 June 1953); Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (21 June - 12 July 1953). (Updated 13 January 2020. K00019-22; K00633).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), "Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine", loaned artwork: I. Rice Pereira’s Transfluent lines, (1946).

25 February - 28 March 1953. Landmarks in American art at Wildenstein Galleries, New York. (Viewed 10 February 1953. K01182-83).

> Currently unknown artwork(s) lent by Mr & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.

  • Offline - (19 February 1953). Sixty American paintings in "Landmark" exhibition. New York Tribune, p. 19.
  • Offline - (25 February 1953). Aiding in plans for art benefit here. New York Times, p. 20.
12 December 1953 - 12 February 1954. Pieter Mondrian at Museu de Arte Moderna de Sao Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00228).

> Either Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, or more likely Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie, (1942-44).

7 January - 14 February 1954. 10 x 10: Ten directions by ten artists at Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado. (Viewed 19 May 2019. K00151).

> Either Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, or more likely Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean, (1914).

22 May - 1 July 1955. Piet Mondrian at Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. (20 May 2019. K00151; K00161; K00229).

> Either Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, or more likely Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean, (1914) and Composition, (1935).

August - September 1955. Piet Mondriaan 1872-1944 at Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, England. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00151).

> Either Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, or more likely Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean, (1914).

27 November 1956 - 1 February 1957. Piet Mondrian at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00160-61).

> Either Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, or more likely Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition, (1935).

March - April 1957. Mondrian, l’organization de ’espace at Galerie Denise René, Paris. (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00010.)

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition, (1935-42).

October - 3 November 1957. Connecticut collects at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. (Updated 1 March 2019. K00081; K00101.)

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), private basis Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Georges Braque’s The black rose, (1927); and Pablo Picasso’s Lady with a fan, (1911/18). (Possibly others.)

17 April - 21 July 1958. 50 jaar moderne kunst at Paleis voor Schone Kunsten, Brussels, Belgium (on the occasion of the 1958 World Expo in Brussels). (Viewed 19 May 2019. K00228).

> Either Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, or more likely Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie, (1942-44).

5 - 31 January 1959. 8 American painters at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00078.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1955-58).

July - October 1959, specific dates unknown. Documenta II at Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany. (Updated 27 February 2019. K00051; K00078.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1955-58); and Pierre Soulages’s Peinture 195 x 130 cm, 1955, (1955).


1960s

7 March - 2 April 1960. Franz Kline at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00075.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s Lehigh, (1956).

January - February 1961. The logic of Modern art at the William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, MO. [Updated 9 March 2020. EHT-06-36-50(-53); K00010.]

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition, (1935-42).

6 venues: 1961 - c. 1963. Mark Rothko at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (18 January - 12 March 1961); Whitechapel Art Gallery, London; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (specific dates unknown); Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (specific dates unknown); Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland (specific dates unknown); Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome (unknown date - January 1963). (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00066.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton G. Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut" loaned artwork: Mark Rothko’s Number 8, (1952).

4 venues: 1960-61. Pierre Soulages at Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germany (specific dates unknown); Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany (specific dates unknown); Gemeentemuseum, The Hague (specific dates unknown); Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland (3 May - 11 June 1961). (Updated 7 March 2019. K00051; K00132-33.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Pierre Soulages’s Peinture 195 x 130 cm, 1955, (1955).

1962, specific dates unknown. Eröffnungsausstellung, Gimpel and Hanover Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00051.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Pierre Soulages’s Peinture 195 x 130 cm, 1955, (1955).

July - September 1962, specific dates unknown. American painting and sculpture from Connecticut collectors at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. (Viewed 26 February 2019. K00011; K00055-58.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961) and Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962).

3 venues: 1962-63. Mark Tobey at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (12 September - 9 November 1962); Cleveland Museum of Art (11 December 1962 - 13 January 1963); Art Institute of Chicago (22 February - 24 March 1963). (Updated 29 February 2020. K00528; K01275-76.)

> Formerly Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art; private basis: "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned artwork: Mark Tobey’s Pattern of conflict, (1944). (Inclusion of work in Cleveland and Chicago not confirmed.)

1963, specific dates unknown. 1st Internationale Salon de Galeries-Pilotes at Palais de Rumine, Lausanne, Switzerland. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00051.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Pierre Soulages’s Peinture 195 x 130 cm, 1955, (1955).

April 1963. Pop Goes! The Easel at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. (Updated 1 March 2019. K00030; K00117-18.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup can (pepper pot), (1962). (See notes about catalogue below.)

8 venues: 1963-64. Six painters and the object at the Guggenheim Museum, New York (14 March - 2 June 1963); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (24 July - 20 August 1963); Minneapolis Institute of Art (3 - 29 September 1964); University of Michigan Museum of Art (9 October - 3 November 1963); Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (18 November - 29 December 1963); (unknown venue), Pittsburgh (17 January - 23 February 1964); Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio (8 March - 5 April 1964); Art Center in La Jolla, California (20 April - 17 May 1964). (Updated 14 February 2020. K00054-56; K00080; K00104-08; K00271-72; K01208-10.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, New York", loaned artworks: Jasper Johns’s Tango, (1955), Three flags, (1958), and White flag, (1955-58); Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961), Femme au Chapeau, (1962), and Head— yellow and black, (1962); James Rosenquist’s Zone, (1961); Andy Warhol’s Marilyn, (1962).

7 venues: March 1963 - Summer 1964. Franz Kline— A retrospective exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (specific dates unknown); Civica d’Arte Moderna, Turin, Italy (specific dates unknown); Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (specific dates unknown); Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland (specific dates unknown); Museum des 20. Jahr-hunderts, Vienna, Austria (specific dates unknown); Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (specific dates unknown); Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris (specific dates unknown). (Traveling exhibition organized under the auspices of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.) (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00075; K00077.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Franz Kline’s Untitled, (1950) and Lehigh, (1956).

October - December 1963. Harvest of plenty at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00081.)

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), private basis Mr & Mrs Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Georges Braque’s The black rose, (1927).

March 1964, specific dates unknown. The New Art at Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown. (Updated 10 March 2019. K00055-56; K00147.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961); and Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962); possibly other works.

April - May 1964. Georges Braque— An American tribute: The twenties at Perls Galleries, New York. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00081.)

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), private basis Mr & Mrs Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Georges Braque’s The black rose, (1927).

April - June 1964. The atmosphere of ’64 at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. (Viewed 10 March 2019. K00147).

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden Connecticut", loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

April - June 1964. Painting and sculpture of a decade at the Tate Gallery, London. (Updated 8 March 2020. EHT-08-03-18; K00078.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1955-58); and possibly Robert Rauschenburg’s Windward, (1963).

20 June - 18 October 1964. XXXII Biennale Internationale d’Arte di Venezia, American Pavillion, Venice, Italy. (Updated 14 February 2020. K00026-28; K01212; K01212b.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Tremaine, loaned artworks: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958); and Claes Oldenburg’s 7-Up, (1961).

November - December 1964. My country ’tis of thee at Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00079.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: James Rosenquist’s Mask (Come play with me / Hey, let’s go for a ride), (1961).

22 January - 14 February 1965. A New York collector selects... at San Francisco Museum of Art. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00231.)

> Emily Hall Tremaine as selector / curator. Works exhibited: by Richard Anuszkiewicz, Edward Avidisian, Gianfranco Baruchello, Dan Basen, Sydney Butchkes, Christo, Mark di Suvero, Peter Forakis, Charles Hinman, Norman Ives, Gerald Laing, Roy Lichtenstein, Tony Magar, Agnes Martin, Claes Oldenburg, Pistoletto, Bridget Riley, James Rosenquist, Diter Rot, George Segal, Charles Simon, Richard Smith, Harry Soviak, Richard Tuttle, Leo Vallador, Steve Vasey, Samuel Wagstaff (Stuart Davis, Robert Indiana, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, George Ortman, Larry Poons, Ad Reinhardt, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol), Andy Warhol, and Neil Williams.

18 February - 4 April 1965. The New American Realism at the Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts. (Updated 5 March 2019. K00026-28; K00227; K00261-63.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut" loaned artworks: Jim Dine’s The hammer acts, (1962); Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958); Roy Lichtenstein’s Femme au chapeau, (1962); James Rosenquist’s Zone; Robert Rauschenberg’s Windward, (1963); Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe diptych, (1962); and Tom Wesselmann’s Great American nude no. 38, (1962).

11 April - 9 May 1965. 1 + 1 = 3: An exhibition of retinal and perceptual art at University Art Museum, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. (Viewed 19 May 2019. K00238-41).

> "Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Conn.", loaned artwork: Bridget Riley’s Balm, (1964).

4 venues: 1965. Stuart Davis memorial exhibition, 1894-1964 at National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC (28 May - 5 July 1965); Art Institute of Chicago (30 July - 29 August 1965); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (14 September - 17 October 1965); The Art Galleries, University of California at Los Angeles (31 October - 28 November 1965). (Updated 12 January 2020. K00529; K00652-53; K00658-62.)

> Former Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art; private basis: "Mr & Mrs Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned artworks: Stuart Davis’s Composition (1863), (c. 1930) and For internal use only, (1945)— for both, exhibited only in the first three exhibitions, not LA.

18 June - 1 August 1965. New York School at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. (Updated 1 February 2020. K00275-77; K01108-13.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Barnett Newman’s Euclidian Abyss, (1947).

2 venues: 1965. 20th century painting and sculpture: An exhibition selected from private collections in Connecticut at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, DC (17 September - 24 October 1965); Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT (28 October - 5 December 1965). (Updated 26 August 2019. K00011; K00040; K00065; K00075; K00180-83; K00186; K00264; K00349-50; K00405-06.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Georges Braque’s Black rose, (1927); Fernand Léger’s Le petit dejeuner, (c. 1921); Pablo Picasso’s Lady with a fan, (1911/18) and Kurt Schwitters’s Merzbild, (c. 1922). Also, presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned works: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958); Franz Kline’s Lehigh, (1956); Willem de Kooning’s Villa Borghese, (1960); Barnett Newman’s Euclidian Abyss, (1947); and Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962). Also mention of Stella in article which may be Tremaine-owned works.

"I volunteered to start the idea by organizing an exhibition from Connecticut, my newly adopted state. Sam Wagstaff, then Chief Curator at the Wadsworth Atheneum, agreed to assist me with this project, and in 1964 [sic] the exhibition opened with an introductory speech by Philip Johnson. Connecticut Senators, Congressmen, industrialists and business leaders were honored guests." [Emily Hall Tremaine in (1984). The Tremaine Collection: 20th century masters (exhibition catalogue), pp. 30-31.]


April - May 1966. Seven decades: 1895-1965, crosscurrents in Modern art at Public Education Association, New York. (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00010.)

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition, (1935-42).

c. February 1967 - unknown. Long-term loans to Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Updated 12 January 2020. K00223; K00251-52; K00655-56.)

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Frank Stella’s Luis Miguel Dominguin, (1960) and Andy Warhol’s A boy for Meg, (1961) (c. February 1967 - c. June 1968). Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Charles Sheeler’s On a theme of farm buildings, (1947).

1967, specific dates unknown. IX Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

5 venues: 1969-70. Roy Lichtenstein at Guggenheim Museum, New York (19 September - 9 November 1969); Nelson-Atkins Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Missouri (19 December 1969 - 18 January 1970); Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois (7 February - 22 March 1970); Seattle Art Museum (10 April - 17 May 1970); Columbus Gallery of Art, Ohio (9 July - 30 August 1970). (Updated 1 March 2020. K00052-53; K00069; K00346; K00348; K00353; K01282).

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Roy Lichtenstein’s Ceramic sculpture #7, (1965); and Head with blue shadow, (1965). (The latter might have been exhibited at the Guggenheim only.)

4 venues: 1969-70. Claes Oldenburg at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (23 September - 23 November 1969); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (18 January - 15 March 1970); Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf (14 April - 24 May 1970); and Tate Gallery, London (22 June - 15 August 1970). (Viewed 20 September 2019. K00248; K00558-60).

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned artworks: Claes Oldenburg’s Street Head, I ("Big head"; "gong"), (1959) (New York only); and Pie, 7-Up, fifteen cents (studies for Store objects), (1961).

November 1969 - January 1970. Painting in New York: 1944 to 1969 at the Pasadena Art Museum, California. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00078.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1955-58).


1970s

January - March 1970. Moon and space at Galerie Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland. (Viewed 18 February 2019. K00002.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Barnett Newman’s The moment II, (1969).

1970, specific dates unknown. Alexander Liberman: Painting and sculpture 1950-1970 at the The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Viewed 26 February 2019. K00061.)

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Alexander Liberman’s Omega IV, (1961).

June 1968 or 1971-76, specific dates unknown. Loan for display with permanent collection, Detroit Institute of Arts. (Updated 20 January 2020. K00273-74; K00655-56.)

> Presumably formerly private basis Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, NGA-owned, loaned artwork (since 1971): Andy Warhol’s A boy for Meg, (1962).

2 venues: 1971-72. Piet Mondrian Centennial exhibition at Guggenheim Museum, New York (8 October - 12 December 1971); and Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland (9 February - 9 April 1972). (Updated 20 March 2020. K00010; K00070; K01314).

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition, (1935-42).

29 January - 12 March 1972. James Rosenquist Gemalde-Raume-Graphik at Kunsthalle Koln, Cologne. (Updated 28 February 2020. K00079-80; K00407.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: James Rosenquist’s Zone, (1961) and Mask (Come play with me / Hey, let’s go for a ride), (1961).

9 March - 1 April 1972. Colossal scale at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00011; K00058.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962).

12 April - 29 May 1972. James Rosenquist at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00017; K00020-21.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned artworks: James Rosenquist’s Mask (Come play with me / Hey, let’s go for a ride!), (1961) and Zone, (1961).

Unknown start date - 30 December 1973. Greetings, gifts and announcements at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 1 March 2019. K00099-100.)

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned art-oriented Christmas cards (unspecified).

  • Offline - article - UPI. (23 December 1973). Friends get novel card from couple. Hartford Courant, p. 4A. (See worldcat.org for locations.)
  • Offline - article mention at bottom - Goldenthal, Jolene. (23 December 1973). Sculpture shown in various forms. Hartford Courant, p. 9D. (See worldcat.org for locations.)
23 March - 5 May 1974. Idea and Image in recent art at the Art Institute of Chicago. (Updated 15 September 2019. K00253-54; K00532; K00534-38; K00664.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Stripper, (1962).

6 April - 16 June 1974. American Pop Art at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Updated 22 February 2019. K00026-28; K00258-59.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned artwork: Jasper Johns’s Tango, (1955) and Three flags, (1958).

1974, specific dates unknown. NGA recent acquisitions at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00064.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, NGA-owned, exhibition artwork: Pablo Picasso’s Woman with tambourine, (1938).

December 1975 - January 1976. Willem de Kooning: MATRIX 15 (A Changing Exhibition of Contemporary Art) at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00065.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Willem de Kooning’s Villa Borghese, (1960).

4 March - 3 April 1976. Strider - sculpture, 1964 - 1976) at the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York. (Updated 11 January 2020. K00131; K00636).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, loaned artwork: Marjorie Strider’s View from a window (with moon), (undated).

  • Offline - exhibition history of Strider’s View from a window (with moon), Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT.
July - September 1976. American Painting, 1900-1976 at Katonah Gallery, Katonah, New York. (Viewed 17 March 2019. K00011.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup Can with Can Opener (Vegetable), (1962).

1976-1977, specific dates unknown. Extended loan for use by The Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, DC. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00050.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Hans Hartung’s Composition, (1952).

22 February - 20 March 1977. Roy Lichtenstein: Ceramic sculpture at California State University Art Galleries, Long Beach. (Updated 1 March 2020. K00052; K00346; K00348; K00355; K01282).

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Roy Lichtenstein’s Ceramic sculpture #7, (1965) and Head with blue shadow, (1965).

17 October 1977 - 22 January 1978. Jasper Johns at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. [This exhibition later travelled to Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany; Pompidou Centre, Paris; Hayward Gallery, London; Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (all venues in 1978)]. (Updated 12 January 2020. K00026-28; K00250; K00657-59.)

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Conn., loaned artworks as "private collection" in brochure (listed below): Jasper Johns’s Device circle (1959); Tango (1955); Three flags, (1958) (presumably New York venue only).

1977-81, specific dates unknown. Extended loan for use by Ambassador Stoessel, U.S. Embassy residence, Bonn, West Germany. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00043.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s Four square, (1956).

20 March - 21 May 1978. The eye of the collector: Contemporary art, Burton and Emily Tremaine Collection at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, CT. (Updated 29 January 2020. K00011; K00055-56; K00058; K00062; K00636; K00949-51.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961); probably Roy Lichtenstein’s Brushstroke, (1965); Roy Lichtenstein’s Placid sea, (1965); and Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962).

c. August - September 1978. European Modern, 1890 - 1950 at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 1 March 2019. K00098.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Pablo Picasso’s Young woman with a hat, (undated), among probably others.

  • Offline - article - Goldenthal, Jolene. (6 August 1978). Art: ’European Modern’ at Atheneum. Hartford Courant, p. 1G.
4 venues: 1978-79. Mark Rothko, 1903 - 1970: A retrospective at Guggenheim Museum, New York (27 October 1978 - 14 January 1979); Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (8 February - 1 April 1979); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (21 April - 10 June 1979); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (3 July - 26 September 1979). (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00066-67)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Mark Rothko’s Number 8, (1952).

1979, specific dates unknown. Women artists in Washington collections at the University of Maryland Art Gallery, College Park. (Viewed 26 February 2019. K00061.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Bridget Riley’s Balm, (1964).

17 November 1979 - 22 January 1980. Art of the Twenties at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Viewed 12 September 2019. K00503-05).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, MoMA-owned, exhibited design: Bart van der Leck’s double faced rug (1929-35).


1980s

21 February - 29 March 1980. Mondrian, an exhibition of paintings and drawings, 1900-1944 at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00010.)

> Presumably formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition, (1935-42).

May - September 1980, specific dates unknown. Louise Nevelson: Atmospheres & environments at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00041.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Louise Nevelson’s Moon garden reflections, (c. 1956).

14 - 19 October 1980. Jasper Johns: Three flags, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

1981, specific dates unknown. Rauschenberg at Tate Gallery London. (Updated 15 September 2019. K00005; K00532.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Stripper, (1962).

30 May - 16 August 1981. Westkunst— Zeitgenössische Kunst seit 1939 at Museum der Stadt Köln (organizer) Rheinhallen, Cologne, Germany. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00075-76.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Stuart Davis’s For internal use only, (1945) and Franz Kline’s Lehigh, (1956).

1981, specific dates unknown. Paris - Paris, 1937 - 1957 at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France. (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Possibly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine or lender unknown, loaned artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957).

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
28 October 1981 - c. 1982. 20th century American Art: Highlights of the permanent collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

14 November 1981 - 31 January 1982. Amerikanische / Malerie: 1930-1980 at Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany. (Updated 27 February 2019. K00038-40; K00075; K00225.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Reynolda House Museum of American Art-owned, loaned artwork: Stuart Davis’s For internal use only, (1945); and presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Franz Kline’s Lehigh, (1956) and Robert Rauschenberg’s Windward, (1963).

1982, specific dates unknown. [Exhibition at Sammlung Marx, Mönchengladbach]. (Updated 15 September 2019. K00005; K00532.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Stripper, (1962).

4 venues: 1982-83. Yves Klein, 1928-1962: A retrospective at Rice Museum, Houston (5 February - 2 May 1982); Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (18 June - 29 August 1982); Guggenheim Museum, New York (19 November 1982 - 9 January 1983); Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France (17 February - 23 May 1983). (Updated 14 March 2019. K00034-37; K00072; K00185; K00187.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine", loaned artwork: Yves Klein’s Blue sponge, (1959), (possibly not including Paris venue).

July - August 1983. The comic art show: Cartoons in painting and popular culture at the Whitney Museum of American Art (downtown branch), New York. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00055-56; K00074.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961).

25 February - 22 April 1984. Louise Lawler / Matrix 77 / Home / museum — arranged for living and viewing at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut.(Updated 17 September 2019. K00142; K00552).

> Presumably Louise Lawler-owned, exhibited photo works: including b/w photo Bedroom with fireplace, arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sr., New York City. (To be specified further).

26 February - 29 April 1984. The Tremaine Collection - 20th century masters: The spirit of modernism at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Updated 9 February 2020. K00244; K00265-70; K00553; K00614-18; K01161-62.)

> Several former Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art works; private basis: Mr & Mrs Burton Tremaine. Over 120 works exhibited.

3 venues: 1984-85. "Primitivism" in 20th century art: Affinity of the tribal and the Modern at Museum of Modern Art, New York (19 September 1984 - 15 January 1985); Detroit Institute of Arts (23 February - 19 May 1985); Dallas Museum of Art (15 June - 8 September 1985). (Viewed 16 September 2019. K00313-17; K00398-404; K00544-51).

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954). [It seems that the ownership during the exhibition run transferred from the Tremaines to the Nashers of Dallas. Also, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Barnett Newman’s Euclydian abyss (1946-47) is in the catalogue, and possibly also was exhibited.]

4 venues: 1985-86. Kandinsky in Paris: 1934 - 1944 at the Guggenheim Museum, New York (15 February - 14 April 1985); Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (8 June - 11 August 1985); Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy (19 September - 10 November 1985); Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Austria (5 December 1985 - 26 January 1986). (Updated 15 March 2019. K00175-79; K00190-93).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), "Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut"-owned, loaned artwork: Jean Hélion’s Composition, (1934); formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Davlyn Gallery-owned (New York), loaned artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability, (1937).

3 venues: 1985. Pop art 1955 - 1970 at Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (27 February - 14 April 1985); Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane (1 May - 2 June 1985); National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (26 June - 11 August 1985). (Travelling exhibition organized under the auspices of the International Council of The Museum of Modern Art, New York.) (Viewed 1 March 2019. K00055-56; K00109-13.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961); Claes Oldenburg’s Studies for store objects— pie, 7-Up, flag, oranges, fifteen cents (also known as 7-Up with cake), (1961); Robert Rauschenberg’s Windward, (1963); and Tom Wesselmann’s The great American nude VIII, (1961).

17 September - 2 November 1985. Alberto Giacometti at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY. (Viewed 16 September 2019. K00539).

> Mr. & Mrs Burton Tremaine-owned, loaned artwork: Giacometti’s Man walking quickly under the rain (c. 1947).

5 October - 16 November 1985. Pop Art from the Tremaine Collection at Gagosian Gallery, New York. (Updated 29 January 2020. K00055-56; K00346; K00348; K00965-66; K00973-76.)

> Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks: Jasper Johns’s Device circle, (1959) and White flag, (1955-58); Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow (1966) and I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961), and presumably other artworks.

2 venues: 1985-86. Meisterwerke des 15.-20. Jahrhunderts aus der Sammlung Thyssen-Bornemisza at Magyar Nemzeti Galeria [Nationalgalerie], Budapest (specific dates unknown) and Szombathely Képtár [Kunsthalle Szombathely, Hungary] (specific dates unknown). (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00014.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza-owned, loaned artwork: Theo van Doesburg’s Composition XX, (1920).

31 December 1985 - c. 1986. Permanent collection highlights at the the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

16 February - 20 April 1986. The art of collecting: Acquisitions at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts 1980-1985. (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00015.)

> Former Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Minneapolis Institute of Arts-owned, loaned artwork: Georgia O’Keeffe’s New York night (or City night), (1926).

19 February - 28 April 1986. Forty years of modern art at Tate Gallery, London. (Viewed 13 August 2019. K00307-08)

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

19 April - 31 May 1986. Yves Klein / Monochrome paintings and sponge reliefs at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Updated 14 March 2019. K00037; K00185; K00187.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine"-owned or Sidney Janis Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Blue sponge, (1959).

1986, specific dates unknown. Louise Lawler, what is the same at Maison de la Culture et de la Communication de Saint-Etienne, France. (Updated 2 March 2020. K01296.)

> Lender unknown, loaned Pollock and tureen, (1984 / 1990) by Louise Lawler, a B/W photo showing a partial view of Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1953-54) in Tremaine’s New York dining room.

11 June - 7 December 1986. James Rosenquist retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Organized by the Denver Art Museum). (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00016-17.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Philadelphia Museum of Art-owned, loaned artwork: James Rosenquist’s Zone, (1961).

October - December 1986. Robert Rauschenberg drawings: 1958-1968 at Acquavella Galleries, New York. (Viewed 23 February 2019. K00029.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Cup, (1958).

1986, specific dates unknown. Pioniere der Abstrakten Kunst aus der Sammlung Thyssen-Bornemisza at Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne, Germany. (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00014.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza-owned, loaned artwork: Theo van Doesburg’s Composition XX, (1920).

5 venues: 1986-87. Ralston Crawford at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (specific dates unknown); Phillips Collection, Washington, DC (specific dates unknown); Portland Art Museum, Oregon (specific dates unknown); Akron Art Museum, Ohio (specific dates unknown); Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan (specific dates unknown). (Viewed 18 February 2019. K00001.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Ralston Crawford’s Lights in an aircraft plant, (1945).

17 January - 14 February 1987. It remains to be seen... art by design at Metro Pictures, New York. (Viewed 2 March 2019. K00102; K00120.)

> Unknown lender, Three women / three chairs, arranged by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine Sr., New York, (1984) by Louise Lawler showing Fernand Léger’s Le petit dejeuner, (c. 1921).

4 February - 15 March 1987. Year in Review for 1986 at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00222).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); former private basis Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; Cleveland Museum of Art, loaned artwork: Richard Stankiewicz’s Untitled, (1961).

2 venues: 1987. Wassily Kandinsky at the National Museum of Art Tokyo, Japan (dates unknown); and the National Museum of Art Kyoto, Japan (c. 28 May - 4 October 1987). (Viewed 17 December 2019. K00566).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
7 venues: March 1987 - November 1988. The drawings of Roy Lichtenstein at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (15 March - 2 June 1987); Museum Overholland, Amsterdam (specific dates unknown); Tel Aviv Museum, Israel (specific dates unknown); Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland (specific dates unknown); Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany (specific dates unknown); Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, England (specific dates unknown); and Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (specific dates unknown). (Updated 26 February 2019. K00059-60; K00259-60.)

> "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine" loaned artworks: Roy Lichtenstein’s Crying girl, (1964), and Study for dawning, (1964).

5 venues: 1987-89. A Century of Modern Sculpture: The Patsy and Raymond Nasher Collection at the Dallas Museum of Art (5 April - 31 May 1987); National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (28 June 1987 - 15 February 1988); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain (4 April - 5 June 1988); Forte Belvedere, Florence, Italy (8 July - 16 October 1988); Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel (1 January - 31 March 1989). (Please note, the Munich venue was cancelled.) (Updated 31 January 2020. K00300-03; K00313-17; K00329; K00336-41; K00346; K00348; K00365-67; K01015-24).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine: Nasher Collection, Dallas-owned, loaned artworks: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954); Tremaine ownership - 1974-85, Nasher Collection-owned, exhibited artwork: Carl Andre’s Aluminum and Magnesium Plain, (1969); Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965) (presumably only Dallas venue).

May - June 1987. American Paintings with Chinese Furniture at Mayor Gallery, London. (Updated 20 March 2019. K00011; K00058; K00125-26; K00208-09.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Mayor Gallery-owned, exhibited artworks: Claes Oldenburg’s Strong arm, (1961); and Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962).

June - September 1987. Selection at Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Zurich, Switzerland. (Viewed 19 February 2019. K00012.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, unspecified owner, loaned artwork: Frank Stella’s Telluride, (1961).

June - October 1987. Leo Castelli y sus artistas at Centro Cultural Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City. (Updated 23 February 2019. K00030.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup can (pepper pot), (1962).

19 September - 10 November 1987. Projects: Louise Lawler at Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Viewed 23 March 2019. K00121-22; K00215-18; K00255-56.)

> Presumably courtesy the artist, loaned photoworks: Louise Lawler’s Monogram, (1984 / 1987), a photo of Jasper Johns’s White flag, (1955-58, in a Tremaine interior; and Pollock and tureen (presumably 1984), showing Pollock’s Frieze, (1953-55) in the Tremaine’s New York dining room. (Also, in brochure and possibly in show: Lawler’s Arranged by Tracy Atkinson, Director, and Gregory Hedberg, Chief Curator at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT, (1984), showing Robert Delaunay’s Premier disque, (1912); Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon woman, (1926); and Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie (1942-44); and Lawler’s Living Room Corner, Arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine Sr., New York City, (1984); showing Robert Delaunay’s Premier disque, (1912) and Roy Lichtenstein’s Ceramic head with blue shadow, (1965).

October - December 1987. Willem De Kooning: Abstract Landscapes 1955-1963 at Gagosian Gallery, New York. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00065.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Willem De Kooning’s Villa Borghese, (1960).

October 1987 - January 1988. Implosion at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden. (Viewed 2 March 2019. K00121-22.)

> Lender unknown, loaned Monogram by Louise Lawler, a photo of Jasper Johns’s White flag, (1955-58) in a Tremaine interior.




Glueck, Grace. (17 December 1987). Emily Hall Tremaine, designer and collector, dies. New York Times. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00049).


April 1988, specific dates unknown. Andy Warhol: Genesis of an installation at Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York. (Updated 23 February 2019. K00030.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup can (pepper pot), (1962).

3 venues: 1988-89. Wege zur Abstraktion. 80 Meisterwerke aus der Sammlung Thyssen-Bornemisza at Ville Vauban, Luxembourg (specific dates unknown); Haus der Kunst, Múnich (specific dates unknown); Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna (specific dates unknown). (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00014; K00249.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza-owned, loaned artwork: Theo van Doesburg’s Composition XX, (1920).

September - October 1988. Stationen der Moderne at Berlinische Galerie im Gropiusbau, Berlin, Germany. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00078.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Mr. Tremaine loaned artwork: Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1955-58).

4 venues, pre-auction exhibitions: October - November 1988. Contemporary art from The Tremaine Collection, Christie’s New York (Park Avenue): Chicago (venue unknown, c. 4 October 1988); Maisonette Room, Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA (c. 6-8 October 1988); Tokyo (venue unknown, 17-18 October 1988); and Christie’s Park Avenue (New York) (4-9 November 1988); auction: 9 November 1988. (Viewed 20 January 2020. K00635; K00666-68; K00740-41; K00749; K00776-78; K00783-84).

* 34 Tremaine-owned artworks exhibited. Mr. Burton Tremaine-owned, exhibited artworks, presumably:

> Josef Albers. Homage to the square: Arrival, (1963).
> Richard Artschwager. Relief I, (1965).
> John Chamberlain. Arch Brown, (1962).
> Christo. Double store-front, (1964).
> Jim Dine. The hammer acts, (1962).
> Jim Dine. Little black screwdriver, (1962).
> Alberto Giacometti. Homme qui marche sous la pluie / Man walking quickly under the rain, (cast c. 1947) (in later auction, 15 November 1988, presumably in the exhibitions).
> Raoul Hague. Swamp pepperwood, (1956).
> Robert Irwin. Untitled, (1970).
> Neil Jenney. Husband and wife, (1969).
> Jasper Johns. Grey numbers, (1963).
> Jasper Johns. White flag, (1955-58) (NY venue only).
> Franz Kline. Lehigh, (1956).
> Franz Kline. Untitled, (1950).
> Willem de Kooning. Yellow woman, (1952).
> Roy Lichtenstein. Ceramic sculpture #7, (1965).
> Roy Lichtenstein. Crying girl, (1964).
> Roy Lichtenstein. I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961).
> Piero Manzoni. Petit subject, (1958).
> Walter de Maria. Bronze shaft / steel shaft, (1966).
> Walter de Maria. Elle, (1966).
> Joan Miró. Femmes dans la nuit, (1944) (in later auction, 15 November 1988, presumably in the exhibitions).
> Barnett Newman. The moment II, (1969).
> Claes Oldenburg. Studies for store objects— pie, 7-Up, flag, oranges, fifteen cents, (1961).
> Jackson Pollock. Frieze, (1953-55) (NY venue only).
> Robert Rauschenberg. Cup, (1958).
> Robert Rauschenberg. Untitled, (1958).
> James Rosenquist. Mask (Come play with me / Let’s go for a ride), (1961).
> Mark Rothko. Number 8, (1952).
> Lucas Samaras. Box #51, (1966).
> Richard Tuttle. Mist, (1965).
> Andy Warhol. 70 S & H Green Stamps, (1962).
> Andy Warhol. Round Marilyn, (1962).
> Tom Wesselmann. The great American nude VIII, (1961).


6 venues: 1989-90. Andy Warhol: A retrospective at Museum of Modern Art, New York (6 February - 2 May 1989); Art Institute of Chicago (31 May - 12 August 1989); Hayward Gallery, London (September - November 1989); Museum Ludwig, Cologne (November 1989 - February 1990); Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy (February - May 1990); Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (May - August 1990). (Updated 26 February 2019. K00058; K00208-09; K00221.)

> Presumably former Mr & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, exhibited NGA artwork: Andy Warhol’s A boy for Meg, (1962); "Burton J. Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut", loaned work: Warhol’s Printed dollar bill, (1962); presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962). (No exhibition checklist seen. Probably other former Tremaine-owned works in exhibition as well. Works unconfirmed in viewings after MoMA).

5 January - 19 February 1989. Painting and writing: lettering to be painted, painting to be written ("描かれた文字 書かれた絵展" in Japanese) at Hokkaido Hakodate Museum of Art, Hakodate, Japan. (Viewed 17 December 2019. K00566; K00606).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
2(+) venues: 1989-90. Masterpieces for enjoying with family ("親と子でみる世界の名画展" in Japanese) at Kagoshima City Museum of Art, Kagoshima, Japan (21 July - 20 August 1989); Kure Municipal Museum of Art, Kure, Japan (4 January - 28 January 1990) (possible inclusion); (possibly other venues). (Updated 8 January 2020. K00566; K00607-08).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
November 1989 - 30 January 1991. [Highlights] at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).


1990s

28 January - 8 April 1990. Mannerism to Modernism: Master drawings from the Wadsworth Atheneum at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 11 January 2020. K00636; K00642).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, exhibited artwork: Jean Dubuffet’s Lion rampant, (1969).

  • Offline - exhibition history of Dubuffet’s Lion rampant, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT.
  • Offline - exhibition review - McNally, Owen. (28 January 1990). Out of the dark; Master drawings are among the "best-kept secrets" at Atheneum. Hartford Courant, p. G1.
4 venues: 1991-92. Sport in art from American museums at the National Art Museum of Sport, Indianapolis (13 January - 20 April 1991); Phoenix Art Museum (1 June - 28 July 1991); Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (21 September - 8 December 1991); and IBM Gallery of Science and Art, New York (14 January - 28 March 1992). (Viewed 16 December 2019. K00562-65).

> Formerly Emily (von Romberg-Spreckels) - Tremaine (until 1949), Santa Barbara Museum of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Milton Avery’s Fencers (1944).

1 February - 31 March 1991. European Modern paintings from Millet to Picasso ("ヨーロッパ近代絵画の流れ―ミレーからピカソへ" in Japanese) at Urasoe Art Museum, Urasoe, Japan. (Viewed 8 January 2020. K00603; K00605).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
1991 - 1995, specific dates unknown. Loan for display with permanent collection, Indianapolis Museum of Art. (Updated 23 February 2019. K00032-33; K00085.)

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Robert Irwin’s Untitled, (1963-65).

1991-1995. Loan for display with permanent collection, Indianapolis Museum of Art. (Viewed 12 September 2019. K00501).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC-owned, loaned artwork: Tony Smith’s Untitled, (1962).




Fowler, Glenn. (27 March 1991). Burton G. Tremaine, executive, 89, dies; a collector of art. New York Times. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00048).


May - September 1991. Delaunay to de Kooning: Modern Masters from the Tremaine Collection and the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Updated 9 April 2019. K00129; K00230; K00259-60).

* Over 35 Tremaine-related artworks exhibited. Formerly Miller Co. (Collection of Abstract Art) and "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine"; Estate of Burton Tremaine, loaned artworks:

> Georges Braque. The black rose, (1927).
> Alexander Calder. Bougainvillea, (1945).
> Le Corbusier. Still life, (1925).
> Stuart Davis. Composition (1863), (c. 1930)
> Theo van Doesburg. Space time construction no. 3, (1923).
> Juan Gris. Still life with pears, (1913).
> Paul Klee. Structural II, (1924).
> Fernand Léger. Petit déjeuner, (c. 1921).
> John Marin. A street seeing, (n. d.)
> Joan Miro. Le chat blanc (The cat’s whispers), (1927).
> Piet Mondrian. Composition, (1935-42).
> Piet Mondrian. Pier and ocean, (1914).
> Ben Nicholson. Still life, (1947).
> Pablo Picasso. Hebrides mask, (n. d.)
> Kurt Schwitters. Merzbild, (1922).
> Kurt Schwitters. Merzbild, (c. 1922).

* Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; Estate of Burton Tremaine loaned artworks:

> A. Everett Austin, Jr. Savannah, (1941).
> Ralston Crawford. Lights in an airplane plant, (1945).
> Robert Delaunay. Premier disque, (1912).
> Sonia Delaunay. Composition, (n. d.). (Donated to Wadsworth Atheneum, 1975)
> Jim Dine. A little scissors and a little screwdriver, (1962).
> Jean Dubuffet. Lion rampant, (1969). (Donated to Wadsworth Atheneum, 1978.)
> Jasper Johns. Device circle, (1959).
> Paul Klee. Katze Lauert (Lurking cat), (1939).
> Paul Klee. S. C. L. / Kopf, (1919).
> Paul Klee. Scheinbar Bescheiden (Seemingly modest), (1937-38).
> Paul Klee. Sommerschloss bei Beride, (1927).
> Willem de Kooning. Villa Borghese, (1960).
> Brice Marden. Marble #14, (1981).
> Robert Motherwell. Spanish elegy #17, (1958).
> Louise Nevelson. Moon garden reflections, (c. 1956).
> Ben Nicholson. Still life, (1949).
> Jackson Pollock. Silver and black, (1950).
> Ad Reinhardt. Blue composition, (1959-60).
> Frank Stella. Greek key, (1960).
> Frank Stella. Untitled, (1959).
> Frank Stella. Untitled, (before 1975). (Donated to the Wadsworth Atheneum, 1975.)
> Sophie Taeuber-Arp. No. 10, (1910).
> Luis Tomasello. Atmosphere chromoplastique n. 150, (1965). (Donated to the Wadsworth Atheneum, 1976.)

  • Offline - exhibition checklist - Wadsworth Atheneum archive.
  • Offline - McCaughey, Patrick. (Spring 1991). Masterpieces from the Tremaine Collection. Wadsworth Bulletin, p. 5 - Wadsworth Atheneum archive. See worldcat.org for possible other locations.
  • Offline - McNally, Owen. (undated, 1991). Modern art: Tremaine Collection show at the Atheneum displays masterworks of our century. Hartford Courant - Wadsworth Atheneum archive. See worldcat.org for possible other locations.
2 venues: 1991-92. Ad Reinhardt at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (30 May - 2 September 1991) and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (13 October 1991 - 5 January 1992). (Updated 24 January 2020. K00007-09; K00892-95.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, NGA-owned, loaned artwork: Ad Reinhardt’s Abstract Painting, No. 34, (1964).

7 June - 8 September 1991. Object Lessons: Cleveland Creates an Art Museum at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00222).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); former private basis Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; Cleveland Museum of Art, loaned artwork: Richard Stankiewicz’s Untitled, (1961).

11 July 1991 - 5 January 1992. American life in American art: Selections from the permanent collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

10 September - 20 October 1991. Line in contemporary art: The destination of eyes and hands ("線の表現 眼と手のゆくえ" in Japanese) at the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan. Viewed 8 January 2020. K00603-04).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

2 venues: 1991-92. Stuart Davis: American painter at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (18 November 1991 - 16 February 1992); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (26 March - 7 June 1992). (Viewed 4 February 2018. K00038-40.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Reynolda House Museum of American Art-owned, loaned artwork: Stuart Davis’s For internal use only, (1945).

January - February 1992. A Mediterranean installation: Arp, Giacommetti, Chillida, Yves Klein at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Updated 14 March 2019. K00037; K00185; K00187.)

> Formerly "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine", Sidney Janis Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Blue sponge, (1959).

26 May - 11 July 1992. James Rosenquist: The early pictures at Gagosian Gallery, New York. (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00016-17.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Philadelphia Museum of Art-owned, loaned artwork: James Rosenquist’s Zone, (1961).

1992-94. Extended loan for use by John C. Kornblum, U.S. Representative to the Conference and Security Commission of Europe, Vienna, Austria, 1992-1994. (Viewed 26 February 2019. K00061.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Alexander Liberman’s Omega IV, (1961).

October 1992 - January 1993. Pop Art at Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal. (Viewed 16 March 2019. K00054; K00271.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, private collection-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head - yellow and black, (1962).

3 venues: 1992-93. Hand-painted Pop at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (22 November 1992 - 7 March 1993); Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (3 April - 20 June 1993); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (16 July - 3 October 1993). (K00016-18.)

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Philadelphia Museum of Art-owned, loaned artwork: James Rosenquist’s Zone, (1961).

1993-1996, specific dates unknown. Extended loan for use by Ambassador Pickering, U.S. Embassy residence, Moscow, Russia. (Viewed 18 February 2019. K00001.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Ralston Crawford’s Lights in an aircraft plant, (1945).

27 February - 28 March 1993. Spiritual in Art ("こころの対話 芸術における精神的なもの" in Japanese) at the Fukuyama Museum of Art, Fukuyama, Japan. (Viewed 9 January 2020. K00603; K00609).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
30 April - 19 June 1993. Giacometti: Sculpture at Gagosian Gallery, New York. (Updated 18 August 2019. K00313-20; K00330-31).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Collection, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

19 June - 10 October 1993. Ludwigs Lust. Die Sammlung Irene und Peter Ludwig at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg, Germany. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00045.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museum Ludwig-owned, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Close cover before striking (Pepsi-Cola), (1962).

20 September - 20 November 1993. Mondrian in New York at Tokoro Gallery, Tokyo. (Viewed 18 May 2019. K00160-61).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), lender unknown, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition with red, yellow, and blue, 1935-42.

7 October 1993 - 16 January 1994. Roy Lichtenstein at Guggenheim Museum, New York. (Viewed 24 August 2019. K00346; K00348; K00376; K00379; K00381; K00383-84).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Collection, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965). [Presumably this work was not lent to later venues of this exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (30 January - 3 April 1994) and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (26 May - 5 September 1994).]

23 December 1993 - 30 January 1994. Masterpieces from the collection of museums of art in Japan ("全国美術館コレクション名品展" in Japanese) at the Chiba SOGO Museum, Chiba, Japan (and presumably other venues). (Viewed 9 January 2020. K00603; K00610).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
1994-95, specific dates unknown. Extended loan for use by Samuel Brown, U.S. Representative to the Conference and Security Commission of Europe, Vienna, Austria. (Viewed 26 February 2019. K00061.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Alexander Liberman’s Omega IV, (1961).

4 venues: 1994-95. Franz Kline: Art and the structure of identity at Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona (specific dates unknown); Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (specific dates unknown); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (specific dates unknown); Saarland Museum, Saarbrücken, Germany (specific dates unknown). (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00043.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s Four square, (1956).

14 July 1994 - 26 February 1995. From the collection: Photography, sculpture and painting at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

22 January - 2 April 1995. Matrix is 20 - A Retrospective of permanent collection and loans from Matrix artists at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 11 January 2020. K00636; K00645-46).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, exhibited artwork: Andy Warhol’s Portraits of artists (from the Portfolio "Ten from Leo Castelli"), (1967).

5 venues: 1995-96. Claes Oldenburg: An anthology at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (12 February - 7 May 1995); Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (18 June - 3 September 1995); Guggenheim Museum, New York (7 October - 21 January 1996); Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn (15 February - 12 May 1996); Hayward Gallery, London (6 June - 19 August 1996). (Viewed 1 March 2019. K00114-16.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Hirshhorn-owned, loaned artwork: Claes Oldenburg’s 7-Up, (1961).

28 June - 1 October 1995. Views from abroad (Stedelijk) at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

19 August - 19 November 1995. Album. De fotoverzameling van Museum Boymans-van Beuningen Rotterdam (in English, "Photographic collection of Museum Boymans-van Beuningen Rotterdam") at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. (Updated 2 March 2020. K00212-14; K01296.)

> Museum Boijmans van Beuningen-owned, exhibition photowork: Louise Lawler’s Pollock and tureen, (1984), a photo of the Tremaine’s dining room in New York, with cropped view of Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1953-55).

9 July - 8 October 1995. Unser Jahrhundert. Menschenbilder - Bilderwelten at Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00046.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museum Ludwig-owned, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Close cover before striking (Pepsi-Cola), (1962).

2 December 1995 - 2 February 1997. American art, 1940 - 1965: Traditionals reconsidered at the San Jose Museum of Art, California. (Viewed 22 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; loaned artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

27 March - 15 July 1996. Andy Warhol 1956-86: Mirror of his time at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. (Viewed 14 August 2019. K00307-10)

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

3 venues: 1996-97. Sammlungsblöcke. Stiftung Froehlich at Tate Gallery, London (20 May - 8 September 1996); Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart (the exhibition was at three venues) (September - November 1996); Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (January - April 1997). (The artwork below did not appear in the last venue, Bank Austria Kunstforum, Vienna.) (Updated 11 March 2019. K00003-04; K00166.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Stiftung Froehlich-owned, loaned artwork: Richard Artschwager’s Relief I, (1965).

2 venues: 1996-97. A Century of Sculpture: The Nasher Collection at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (October 1996 - January 1997); Guggenheim Museum, New York (6 February - 1 June 1997). (Viewed 2 August 2019. K00300; K00304-06).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine (ownership: 1974-85); Hall Family Foundation-owned, exhibited artwork: Carl Andre’s Aluminum and Magnesium Plain, (1969).

3 venues: 1996-97. Jasper Johns at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (16 October 1996 - 14 January 1997); Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany (7 March - 1 June 1997); and Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (28 June - 17 August 1997). (Updated 20 September 2019. K00026-28; K00169.)

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, presumably Museum Ludwig, Cologne-owned, exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Tango, (1955), (confirmed for Cologne only); presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; loaned artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958). (Tango might not have travelled to the Tokyo venue.)

1 November - 21 December 1996. Masters at Janis at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Updated 14 March 2019. K00071; K00185; K00187.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sidney Janis Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Blue sponge, (1959).

1996-97, specific dates unknown. Pintura Estadounidense: Expresionismo Abstracto [Abstract Expressionism and the American Experience], Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00043.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s Four square, (1956).

3 venues: 1997. Founders and heirs of the New York School at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (specific dates unknown); The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan (specific dates unknown); The Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki, Japan (specific dates unknown). (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00043.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s Four square, (1956).

1997-98, specific dates unknown. Loan for display with permanent collection, Baum Gallery of Fine Arts, University of Central Arkansas, Conway. (Viewed 27 February 2019. K00063.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Jacques Lipchitz’s Still Life, (1918).

September - December 1997, specific dates unknown. The Pop 60’s: Transatlantic crossing at Centro Cultural de Belem, Lisbon, Portugal. (Updated 16 March 2019. K00054; K00198b.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, private collection-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head - yellow and black, (1962).

11 April - 5 July 1998. Parallel worlds at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Updated 10 January 2020. K00130; K00636).

> Formerly presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, loan artwork: Forrest Bess’s The Bull, (1950).

  • Offline - exhibition history of The Bull - Wadsworth Atheneum archive, Hartford, CT.
14 June - 6 September 1998. Ferdinand Hodler Piet Mondrian: Eine Begegnung at Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland. (Viewed 12 March 2019. K00151).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Stephen Mazoh [& Co.]-owned, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean, (1914).

9 July - 18 October 1998. Roy Lichtenstein, Imágenes Reconocibles at Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City. (Viewed 22 August 2019. K00346; K00348; K00354).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965).

1998, specific dates unknown. 50th anniversary exhibition at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York. (Viewed 23 February 2019. K00037.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sidney Janis Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Blue sponge, (1959).

22 March - 8 May 1999. Louise Lawler - The Tremaine Series 1984 at Per Skarstedt Fine Art, New York. (Updated 10 March 2019. K00121-22; K00143-44.)

> Lender unknown, loaned / exhibited photo works by Louise Lawler include, presumably: Monogram (1984), a photo of Jasper Johns’s White flag (1955-58) in a Tremaine interior; Pollock and tureen, (1984), a photo of the Tremaine’s dining room in New York, with cropped view of Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1953-55); Who are you close to (red), (1984 / 1990), showing Andy Warhol’s S&H Green Stamps, (1962), in the Tremaine’s dining room in Connecticut.

16 April - 13 June 1999. The painter’s eye movements at the National Portrait Gallery, London, England. (Viewed 17 September 2019. K00147; K00307-08; K00558).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Gallery-owned, exhibited artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

2 venues: 1999. A Rebours: La Rebelión Informalista (The Informal Rebellion) [1939-1968] at the Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Gran Canaria, Spain (specific dates unknown); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (specific dates unknown). (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00043.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s Four square, (1956).

26 September 1999 - 13 February 2000. The American century: Art and culture 1900-2000 (Part II) at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

5 November 1999 - 19 March 2000. Art Worlds in Dialogue at Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany. (Viewed 16 August 2019. K00313-17).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Collection, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).


2000s

5 February - 26 March 2000. In the power of painting: A selection from the Daros Collection at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden. (Viewed 21 August 2019. K00342-43; K00362-64).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Daros Collection, Switzerland-owned, loaned artwork: Brice Marden’s Elements I, (1981-82).

2 venues: 2000. Twentieth-century American art: The Ebsworth Collection at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (5 March - 11 June 2000); and the Seattle Art Museum, Washington (10 August - 12 November 2000). (Viewed 21 March 2019. K00208-09).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Ebsworth Collection-owned, loaned artwork: Claes Oldenburg’s Strong arm, (1961); and Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup with can opener, (1962).

12 March - 11 June 2000. Theo van Doesburg: Painter, Poet, Architect at two venues: Centraal Museum, Utrecht and Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo. (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00014.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza-owned, loaned artwork: Theo van Doesburg’s Composition XX, (1920).

2 venues: March - November 2000. Twentieth-Century American art: The Ebsworth Collection at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (specific dates unknown) and Seattle Art Museum (specific dates unknown). (Updated 2 March 2019. K00011; K00058; K000125-26.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Ebsworth Collection-loaned artworks: Claes Oldenburg’s Strong arm, (1961); and Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup can with can opener (vegetable), (1962).

28 April - 4 September 2000. La vie, la vie elle-même qui est l’art absolu at Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain de Nice, France. (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; lender unknown, loaned artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957).

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
23 September 2000 - 10 January 2001. La vita, la vita stressa che é l’arte assoluta at Museo Pecci, Prato, Italy. (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; lender unknown, loaned artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957).

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
17 October - 31 December 2000. Andy Warhol series and singles at Fondation Beyeler, Riehen / Basel, Switzerland. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00047.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museum Ludwig-owned, loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Close cover before striking (Pepsi-Cola), (1962).

7 December 2000 - 10 February 2002. Highlights from the permanent collection: From Pollock to today at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

26 January - 13 May 2001. Pop Art: US / UK Connections, 1956-66 at the Menil Collection, Houston, Texas. (Viewed 24 August 2019. K00346; K00348; K00375).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Collection, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965).

3 February - 17 June 2001. Sophisticated Moderns: Claire McCardell and Edward Wormley at the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona. (Viewed 13 September 2019. K00511-12).

> Formerly Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Phoenix Art Museum-owned, exhibited design: Claire McCardell’s Aprés ski (jacket and skirt), (1950).

2001, specific dates unknown. Extended loan for use by Secretary Roderick R. Paige, US Department of Education, Washington, DC. (Viewed 23 February 2019. K00031.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, NGA-owned, loaned artwork: Matta’s Genesis, (1942).

10 November 2001 - 5 May 2002. Balenciaga couture at the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona. (Viewed 13 September 2019. K00511; K00513).

> Formerly Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Phoenix Art Museum-owned, exhibited design: Cristóbal Balenciaga’s red wool double-breasted jacket and skirt, (1963).

7 February - 1 April 2002. Warhol at Tate Modern, London, England. (Updated 13 August 2019. K00242-43; K00307-08).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Modern-owned, exhibited artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

  • Offline - Marilyn diptych exhibition history - Tate Modern archive, London.
  • Online - exhibition webpage - Tate Modern, London website.
  • Exhibition review - Gayford, Martin. (9 February 2002). Repitition turned into original art [with mention of Marilyn diptych]. The Spectator (London), pp. 45-6.
2002; specific dates unknown. Affinités & particularités: L’art en Belgique et aux Pays-Bas, 1890-1945 at Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent, Belgium. (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00014.)

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza-owned, loaned artwork: Theo van Doesburg’s Composition XX, (1920).

20 March - 15 September 2002. New York Renaissance: Masterworks from the Whitney Museum of American Art at Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; loaned artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

3 August - 3 November 2002. Mariano Fortuny at the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona. (Viewed 13 September 2019. K00511).

> Formerly Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Phoenix Art Museum-owned, exhibited design: Mariano Fortuny’s yellow stenciled velvet cloak, (1930-39).

  • Offline - cloak exhibition history - Phoenix Art Museum archive.
2002, specific dates unknown. Art Basel Miami Beach. (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; lender unknown, loaned / exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957). (Exhibition context unknown at this juncture.)

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
10 October 2002 - 2 March 2003. De Kooning to today: Highlights from the permanent collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

3 venues: 2002-03. Envisioning architecture: Drawings from the Museum of Modern Art at Royal Academy of Arts, London (7 December 2002 - 16 February 2003); the Shirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany (29 April - 3 August 2003); and the Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto, Portugal (10 October - 31 December 2003). (Viewed 19 May 2019. K00232-37).

> Formerly Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, MoMA-owned, loaned artwork: Roberto Burle Marx’s Design for a garden, (1948); formerly Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art or Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, MoMA-owned, loaned drawings: Oscar Niemeyer with Roberto Burle Marx’s drawings for Tremaine House, Santa Barbara (MoMA accession nos. SC74.1966 and SC76.1966).

2 venues: 2003. Richard Artschwager: Bilder, Zeichnungen, Objekte at Kunstmuseum Winterthur, Switzerland (March - May 2003); Haus Lange und Haus Esters, Krefeld, Germany (June - September 2003). (The artwork below did not go to the later Munich venue). (Updated 11 March 2019. K00003-04; K00166.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Stiftung Froehlich-owned, loaned artwork: Richard Artschwager’s Relief I, (1965).

4 venues: 2003-05. James Rosenquist: A Retrospective at the Menil Collection and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (17 May - 17 August 2003); Guggenheim Museum, New York (16 October 2003 - 18 January 2004); Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain (July - October 2004); Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany (11 February - 29 May 2005). (Viewed 20 February 2019. K00016-17.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Philadelphia Museum of Art-owned, loaned artwork: James Rosenquist’s Zone, (1961).

14 June 2003 - 4 January 2004. Brice Marden at Daros Exhibitions, Zurich, Switzerland. (Viewed 23 August 2019. K00342-43).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Daros Collection, Switzerland-owned, exhibited artwork: Brice Marden’s Elements I, (1981-82).

  • Offline - exhibition history of Marden’s Elements I - Daros Collection, Hurden, Switzerland.
9 August - 27 October 2003. Stranger in the village at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Viewed 2 March 2019. K00123-24.)

> Private lender, Does Andy Warhol make you cry?, (1988) by Louise Lawler, photo of Andy Warhol’s Head of Marilyn Monroe/ Round Marilyn, (1962) at auction by Burton Tremaine.

20 October 2003 - 22 August 2004. From Rodin to Calder: Masterworks of Modern sculpture from the Nasher Collection at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas. (Viewed 16 August 2019. K00313-17; K00321-22).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

24 October 2003 - 1 February 2004. Georgia O’Keeffe at Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland. (Updated 7 March 2019. K00086; K00132-33.)

> Former Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Minneapolis Institute of Arts-owned, loaned artwork: Georgia O’Keeffe’s New York night, (or City night), (1926).

2004, specific dates unknown. Winter fairtales at Galerie Gmurzynska, (location presumably in Switzerland, currently unknown). (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; lender unknown, loaned / exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957).

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
1 July - 24 October 2004. Pop / Concept: Highlights from the permanent collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

18 September 2004 - July 2005. Bodies past and present: The figurative tradition in the Nasher Collection at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas. (Updated 24 August 2019. K00313-17; K00322; K00346; K00348).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, exhibited artworks: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954); and Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965).

2 February - 31 March 2005. On top of the world at Galerie Gmurzynska, (location presumably in Switzerland, currently unknown). (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; lender unknown, loaned / exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957).

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
3 venues: 2005-06. Richard Pettibone: A retrospective at Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (30 April - 1 August 2005); Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York (19 November 2005 - 12 February 2006); and Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California (12 March - 28 May 2006). (Viewed 19 March 2019. K00201-05).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; loaned artwork: Richard Pettibone’s Train destroys valuable art object; Andy Warhol, "Campbell’s Soup can (pepper pot)", 1962, (1964).

12 May - 14 August 2005. Do it Yourself at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, Germany. (Organized by the Nationalgalerie). (Updated 15 September 2019. K00005; K00171; K00532.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sammlung Marx loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Stripper, (1962).

11 March - 19 June 2005. Piet Mondrian at Albertina, Vienna. (Viewed 11 March 2019. K00151; K00170).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Stephen Mazoh [& Co.]-owned, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean, (1914).

2005: 2 venues. Roy Lichtenstein: Sculpture at Gagosian Gallery, London (7 June - 6 August 2005); and Gagosian Gallery, New York (15 September - 22 October 2005). (Viewed 25 August 2019. K00346; K00348; K00385-89; K00392).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965).

2 October 2005 - 21 May 2006. The Evolution of the Nasher Collection at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. (Viewed 16 August 2019. K00313-17; K00323-28).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

13 November 2005 - 18 March 2006. Andy Warhol / supernova: Stars, deaths and disasters 1962-1964 at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Viewed 17 September 2019. K00147; K00307-08; K00556-57).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Modern-owned and loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962). (Apparently this work did not travel to two later venues of this show (at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto).

29 June - 15 October 2006. Full house: Views of the Whitney’s Collection at 75 at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

16 September - 31 December 2006. Twice untitled and other pictures (looking back) (Louise Lawler solo exhibition) at Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (Viewed 9 March 2019. K00139-41).

> Unknown lenders, loaned artworks: Louise Lawler’s Bedroom with fireplace, arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine Sr., New York City, (1984 / 1989), showing Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean (1914); Board of directors, (1989), showing cropped view of Jasper Johns’s White flag, (1955-58), at Tremaine Collection auction in 1988; Conditions of sale, (1990), showing Jasper Johns’s Grey numbers, (1963), Roy Lichtenstein’s Crying girl, (1964), Robert Rauschenberg’s Untitled, (1958), and possible unidentified work to the left, at Tremaine Collection auction in 1988; Lot #22, (1988 / 1991), showing cropped views of Jackson Pollock’s Frieze (1953-55) and undentified artwork to the left, at Tremaine Collection auction in 1988.

October 2006 - January 2007. The gold standard at P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York. (Viewed 2 March 2019. K00123.)

> Private lender, Does Andy Warhol make you cry?, (1988) by Louise Lawler, photo of Andy Warhol’s Head of Marilyn Monroe/ Round Marilyn, (1962) at auction of works owned by Burton Tremaine.

3 venues: 2006-07. Brice Marden: A retrospective of paintings and drawings at Museum of Modern Art, New York (29 October 2006 - 15 January 2007); Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (17 February - 13 May 2007); Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany (12 June - 7 October 2007). (Viewed 24 August 2019. K00342-43; K00368-74).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Daros Collection, Switzerland-owned, loaned artwork: Brice Marden’s Elements I, (1981-82).

25 - 30 October 2006. FIAC, Grand Palais, Paris, France. (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00187-88).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; lender unknown, loaned / exhibited artwork: Yves Klein’s Monochrome Blue, (1957). (Exhibition context unknown at this juncture.)

  • Offline - artwork exhibition history - Yves Klein archive, Paris, France.
23 December 2006 - 30 November 2007. Picasso to Pop: Aspects of Modern art at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 11 January 2020. K00636; K00644).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, exhibited artworks: Andy Warhol’s Portraits of artists (from the Portfolio "Ten from Leo Castelli"), (1967), and Jean Dubuffet’s Lion rampant, (1969).

2007, specific dates unknown. Warhol • Rauschenberg • Lichtenstein • Twombly • Kiefer at Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, Germany. (Updated 15 September 2019. K00532; K00664.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Stripper, (1962).

February - June 2007. Optic nerve: Perceptual Art of the 1960’s at the Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio. (Viewed 26 February 2019. K00044; K00061; K00211.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artworks: Bill Komodore’s Vermont, (1964) and Bridget Riley’s Balm, (1964).

13 September - 20 October 2007. Louise Lawler: The Tremaine pictures 1984-2007. BFAS Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland (in cooperation with Metro Pictures Gallery, New York). (Viewed 19 February 2019. K01202a-m.)

> The Tremaine’s interiors and art collection as photowork subjects, some Tremaine-owned artworks in the 1984 Tremaine Collection exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum (1984) as photowork subjects, some Tremaine-owned artworks at auction (1987) as photowork subjects. (Overall, there are 30 works in editions.)

4 August - 7 October 2007. Andy Warhol at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Viewed 17 September 2019. K00147; K00307-08; K00555).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Modern-owned and loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

January - June 2008. Alberto Giacometti and Barnett Newman: A convergence, or the simultaneity of a phenomenon at Fondation Beyeler, Riehen / Basel, Switzerland. (Viewed 9 January 2020. K00611).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, unknown lender, exhibited artwork: Barnett Newman’s The Moment II, (1969).

  • Offline - The Moment II exhibition history- Barnett Newman Foundation archive.
19 January - 9 November 2008. Pop to the present: New questions, new responses at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 3 March 2019. K00131).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine; Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, exhibited artwork: Robert Rohm’s Rope piece, (1970).

  • Offline - exhibition history of Rope piece - Wadsworth Atheneum archive, Hartford, CT.
2008, specific dates unknown. Masterpieces of the Miyagi Museum of Art, Modern paintings ("宮城県美術館名作選 近代洋画の軌跡" in Japanese) at the Akita Museum of Modern Art, Yokote, Japan. (Viewed 9 January 2020. K00603).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
30 January 2008 - 3 January 2010. The Whitney’s collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

20 September 2008 - 4 January 2009. In Pursuit of the Masters: Stories from the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas. (Updated 24 August 2019. K00313-17; K00332; K00346; K00348).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, exhibited artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954); and Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965).

28 September 2008 - 18 January 2009. Brice Marden: Jawlensky-Awardee - A retrospective of prints at Museum Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany. (Viewed 21 August 2019. K00342-45).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Daros Collection, Switzerland-owned, loaned artwork: Brice Marden’s Elements I, (1981-82).

2008, specific dates unknown. Action Painting - Jackson Pollock at the Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland. (Viewed 24 February 2019. K00042.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art-owned, loaned artwork: Franz Kline’s C & O, (1958).

9 October 2009 - 7 February 2010. Dada e Surrealismo riscoperti (Dada and Surrealism rediscovered) at Complesso Del Vittoriano, Rome, Italy. (Viewed 25 August 2019. K00313-17; K00346-47; K00390).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

17 October 2009 - 24 January 2010. Cézanne - Picasso - Mondriaan: A new perspective at Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands. (Viewed 11 March 2019. K00153; K00159).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Gemeentemuseum-owned (The Hague), exhibited artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie, (1942-44).

2009-2010, specific dates unknown. In The Making... Werke aus den Sammlungen. Vanitas. Zwischen Tod und Eitelkeit at Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin. (Updated 15 September 2019. K00532; K00664.)

> Presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, loaned artwork: Robert Rauschenberg’s Stripper, (1962).

2009-2012. Extended loan for use by Secretary Arne Duncan, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC. (Viewed 12 September 2019. K00502).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC-owned, loaned artwork: Enrico Baj’s When I was young, (1951).


2010s

3 venues: 2010-11. American Moderns on paper: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art at Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas (27 February 2010 - 30 May 2010); Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine (22 June 2010 - 12 September 2010); and Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut (2 October 2010 - 2 January 2011). (Viewed 11 January 2019. K00172-74; K00636-41).

> Formerly presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, loaned and exhibited artwork: Sonja Sekula’s Spring... (Hurtings), (1950).

21 October - 17 December 2011. Barnett Newman paintings at Craig F. Starr Gallery, New York. (Viewed 9 January 2020. K00611-13)

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, unknown lender, exhibited artwork: Barnett Newman’s Outcry, (1958).

16 December 2010 - 5 August 2012. Singular visions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

2 venues: 2011. The deconstructive impulse: Women artists reconfigure the signs of power, 1973-1991 at Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, New York (specific dates unknown); Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (15 September - 31 December 2011). (Viewed 2 March 2019. K00102; K00119.)

> Unknown lender, Board of Directors, 1988 / 1989 by Louise Lawler showing a cropped view (presumably) of the Tremaine-owned work, Jasper Johns’s White flag, (1955-58), at auction.

24 September 2011 - 26 February 2012. Artist rooms: Warhol is here at De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill-on-Sea, England. (Viewed 17 September 2019. K00147; K00307-08; K00554).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Modern-owned and loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

2 venues: 2011-12. In the age of Klee and Kandinsky: From the Miyagi Museum of Art and Utsunomiya Museum of Art Collection ("宮城県美術館・宇都宮美術館 所蔵作品による クレーとカンディンスキーの時代" in Japanese) at the Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum, Niigata, Japan (22 October - 11 December 2011); and the Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan (14 January - 4 March 2012). (Viewed 17 December 2019. K00566; K00571-72).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
11 February - 28 May 2012. Alexander Calder: The great discovery at Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands. (Viewed 11 March 2019. K00153-54).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Gemeentemuseum-owned (The Hague), exhibited artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Victory Boogie Woogie, (1942-44).

3 venues: 2012-13. This will have been: Art, love, politics in the 1980s at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (11 February - 3 June 2012); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (30 June - 30 September 2012); and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (15 November 2012 - 3 March 2013). (Viewed 1 March 2020. K00134-35; K00137-38; K01281.)

> Glenstone-owned (Potomac, MD), loaned photo works: Louise Lawler’s Living room corner, arranged by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sr., (1984), showing Robert Delaunay’s Premier disque, (1912) and Roy Lichtenstein’s Ceramic head with blue shadow, (1965) in the Tremaine’s New York flat; and Lawler’s Who are you close to (red), (1984 / 1990), showing Andy Warhol’s S&H Green Stamps, (1962), in the Tremaine’s dining room in Connecticut.

26 February - 20 May 2012. Mondrian - Nicholson: In parallel at the Courtauld Gallery, London, England. (Viewed 11 March 2019. (Viewed 11 March 2019. K00160-63; K00167-68).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), San Francisco MoMA-owned, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Composition with red, yellow, and blue, 1935-42.

4 venues: 2012-13. Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at Art Institute of Chicago (16 May - 3 September 2012); National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (14 October 2012 - 13 January 2013); Tate Modern, London (21 February - 27 May 2013); Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (3 July - 4 November 2013). (Updated 1 March 2020. K00155-58; K00346; K00348; K00377-78; K00380; K00382; K01282-83).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, private collection-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Ceramic sculpture #7, (1965); formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Roy Lichtenstein’s Head with blue shadow, (1965). [This second work was presumably not included in the Paris exhibition.]

27 October 2012 - 3 February 2013. Art and music - Search for new synesthesia ("アートと音楽―新たな共感覚をもとめて" in Japanese) at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Japan. (Viewed 17 December 2019. K00566; K00569).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

c. 16 December 2013 - 29 June 2014. American legends: From Calder to O’Keeffe at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Viewed 21 February 2019. K00026-28.)

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Whitney Museum of American Art-owned; exhibited artwork: Jasper Johns’s Three flags, (1958).

2 August - 13 October 2014. Make it new: Abstract painting from the National Gallery, 1950 - 1975 at The Clark, Williamstown, Massachusetts. (Updated 2 March 2020. K00219-21; K01297-99).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC-owned, loaned artworks: Franz Kline’s Four square, (1956); and Larry Poons’s Tristan da Cugna, (1964).

21 September - 31 December 2014. Transfigurations. Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection at Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus. (Viewed 16 September 2019. K00539-43).

> Previously Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Wexner Family Collection-owned, loaned artwork: Giacometti’s Homme qui marche sous la pluie (Man walking in the rain) (edition 1 of 6) (c. 1948).

9 October 2014 - 11 January 2015. Pop departures at the Seattle Art Museum, Washington. (Viewed 2 March 2019. K000125-27; K00207-08).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Ebsworth Collection-owned, loaned artwork: Claes Oldenburg’s Strong arm, (1961).

7 November 2014 - 8 February 2015. Transmitting Andy Warhol at Tate Liverpool, England. (Updated 1 March 2020. K00153; K00307-08; K00522; K00527; K01280).

> Formerly "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden Connecticut", Tate Modern-owned (London), loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

30 January - 26 April 2015. Guerrilla Girls 1985 - 2015 at Matadero Madrid art center, Spain. (Viewed 15 March 2019. K00194-97).

> Unknown lender, lent / exhibited artwork: Guerrilla Girls’ Q. How many works by women artists were in the Andy Warhol and Tremaine auctions at Sotheby’s?, (1989). Format unknown.

7 March - 10 May 2015. Parasophia at Kyoto International Festival for Contemporary Culture, Japan. (Viewed 1 March 2019. K00102-03.)

> Unknown lender, Louise Lawler’s Pollock and tureen (traced), (1984 / 2013) referring to her photograph Pollock and tureen from a Tremaine interior, partly showing Jackson Pollock’s Frieze, (1953-55). (Installed at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art and Kyoto BAL.)

29 October 2015 - 15 February 2016. Marvelous objects: Surrealist sculpture from Paris to New York at the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, DC. (Viewed 25 August 2019. K00346-47; K00393-95).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

2 April - 7 August 2016. Defining moments: Fifty years of fashion at Phoenix Art Museum at the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona. (Viewed 13 September 2019. K00511; K00514-15).

> Formerly Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Phoenix Art Museum-owned, exhibited design: Mariano Fortuny’s yellow stenciled velvet cloak, (1930-39).

4 venues: 2016-17. Three Centuries of American Prints from the National Gallery of Art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington (3 April - 24 July 2016); National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic (5 October - 8 January 2017); Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico City (7 February - 30 April 2017); and Dallas Museum of Art (28 May - 3 September 2017). (Viewed 12 September 2019. K00517-21).

> Presumably formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC-owned, exhibited and loaned artwork: Josef Albers’s Tlaloc, (1944).

17 September - 13 November 2016. Art and Music ("美術と音楽" in Japanese) at the Museum of Modern Art Gunma, Takasaki, Japan. (Viewed 17 December 2019. K00566; K00568).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
12 February - 21 May 2017. Piet Mondriaan & Bart van der Leck: De uitvinding van een nieuwe kunst at Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands. (Viewed 10 March 2019. K00151-52).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Stephen Mazoh & Co.-owned, loaned artwork: Piet Mondrian’s Pier and ocean, (1914).

16 September - 31 December 2017. Foundations: Tom Sachs at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas. (Viewed 25 August 2019. K00346-47; K00396).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, exhibited artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

29 September 2017 - 14 February 2018. Guerrilla Girls grafica, 1985-2017 at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil. (Updated 29 February 2020. K01277-79.)

> Presumably Museu de Arte de São Paulo-owned, exhibited: Guerrilla Girls’ Q. How many works by women artists were in the Andy Warhol and Tremaine auctions at Sotheby’s?, (1989; digital print on paper).

17 October - 20 December 2017. Painters of passion: Adventures in color by Kandinsky, Rouault, and their Contemporaries ("表現への情熱 カンディンスキー、ルオーと色の冒険者たち" in Japanese) at the Panasonic Shiodome Museum of Art, Rouault Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. (Viewed 17 December 2019. K00566-67).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

  • Offline - Animated stability exhibition history, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
1 December 2017 - 3 June 2018. Mirror, Mirror at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Viewed 11 January 2020. K00636; K00643).

> Previously Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Wadsworth Atheneum-owned, exhibition artwork: Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Tavolino con Bicchieri, (1964).

27 January - 22 April 2018. Foundations: First Sculpture at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas. (Viewed 12 September 2019. K00346-47; K00500; K00506).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, exhibited artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

2 venues: 2018-19. Cult of the machine: Precisionism and American art at de Young Museum / Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (24 March - 12 August 2018); and Dallas Museum of Art, Texas (16 September 2018 - 6 January 2019). (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00092-96).

> Former Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art), Minneapolis Institute of Arts-owned, loaned artwork: Georgia O’Keeffe’s New York night, (or City night), (1926).

19 April - 12 August 2018. Unexchangeable at WIELS contemporary art centre, Brussels, Belgium. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00083-84; K00087-88; K00128.)

> Lender unknown, loaned Monogram, (1984) by Louise Lawler, a photo of Jasper Johns’s White flag, (1955-58) in a Tremaine interior.

12 May - 19 August 2018. A tradition of revolution at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas. (Viewed 23 August 2019. K00346-47).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, exhibited artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).

20 May - 12 August 2018. Brice Marden at Daros Collection, Hurden, Switzerland. (Viewed 15 August 2019. K00311).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Daros Collection-owned, exhibited artwork: Brice Marden’s Elements I, (1981-82).

31 August - 18 November 2018. Robert Delaunay and the City of Lights at Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland. (Viewed 28 February 2019. K00089-91).

> Formerly presumably Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Esther Grether Familensammlung-owned, loaned artwork: Robert Delaunay’s Premier disque, (1912).

3 venues: 2018-20. Andy Warhol— from A to B and back again at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (12 November 2018 - 31 March 2019); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (11 May - 15 September 2019); and Art Institute of Chicago (20 October 2019 - 26 January 2020). (Updated 15 September 2019. K00147-48; K00164; K00246-47; K00307-08; K00531).

> Formerly "Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Meriden, Connecticut"; Tate Modern-owned (London), loaned: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962).

15 November 2018 - 20 April 2019. She’s here: Louise Lawler at Vertical Gallery, Sammlung Verbund Collection, Vienna. (Updated 13 January 2020. K00198-200; K00665).

> Sammlung Verbund Collection-owned, exhibited work: Louise Lawler’s Monogram, (1984 / 1999), a B/W photo showing Jasper Johns’s White flag, (1955-58) in a Tremaine interior; lender unknown, loaned artwork: Louise Lawler’s Pollock and tureen (traced), (1984 / 2013), exhibition print, showing a drawing based on Lawler’s photo Pollock and tureen (1984), showing a cropped view of Jackson Pollock’s Frieze (1953-55) in the Tremaine’s New York dining room.

22 January - 14 April 2019. From the permanent collection at the Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan. (Viewed 14 March 2019. K00189).

> Formerly Miller Company (Collection of Abstract Art); Miyagi Museum of Art-owned (Sendai, Japan), exhibited artwork: Wassily Kandinsky’s Animated stability (1937).

20 May - 30 November 2019. The sensation of space at The Warehouse, Dallas, Texas. (Viewed 23 August 2019. K00346-47; K00356-61).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas-owned, loaned artwork: Alberto Giacometti’s Spoon Woman, 1926 (cast 1954).


2020s

4 venues: 2020-21. Andy Warhol at Tate Modern, London (12 March - 6 September 2020); Museum Ludwig, Cologne (10 October 2020 - 21 February 2021); Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (27 March - 23 May 2021); Dallas Museum of Art (20 June - 17 October 2021). (Updated 13 August 2019. K00245; K00307-08).

> Formerly Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Tate Modern-owned and loaned artwork: Andy Warhol’s Marilyn diptych, (1962). (Possible other former Tremaine-owned works in the exhibition.)





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Overview: Tremaine / Miller Co. art & design | 1: Painting toward architecture - Miller Co. press release | 2: Painting toward architecture: Documentation and historical information | 3: Painting toward architecture - artworks and designs | 4: Article - "Rethinking ’Painting toward architecture’ (2017)" | 5: Article - "Painting toward architecture: Three works, three histories, three Modern mysteries" (2017) | 6: Article - "Van Doesburg artworks in PtA" | 9: Miller Co / Tremaine art & design in exhibitions (1945-present)