The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters exhibition catalogue (list of photos of artworks and designs) (1984)

The following is a photo index of the catalogue accompanying the exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT (26 February - 29 April 1984).

The following photos of artworks and designs are in the The Tremaine Collection: 20th Century Masters exhibition catalogue (1984). They are listed below alphabetically by the artist or designer’s family name.

Also listed are selected works formerly in the Tremaine Collection (pp. 183-88). For these selected works, sometimes photos are not included. In this case, this is indicated in the entries below.

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> Tam-Tam, (c. 1910). 108 in. high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 22.)

> Hopi. Four Kachina dolls, (early 20th century). Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 22.)


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> Robert Adams. Composition, (1953). Collage. 15 x 21 in. Principia College, St. Louis, MO. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Yaacov Agam. Black and white, (1953). Wood. 49 1/4 x 17 13/16 in. Yale Architecture School, New Haven, CT. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Yaacov Agam. Untitled, (1953). Enamel paint on wood. 25 x 34 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 61.)

> Josef Albers. Flying, (1929 / 1935). Oil on masonite. 23 1/2 x 17 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 39.)

> Josef Albers. Homage to the square: Arrival, (1963). Oil on board. 48 x 48 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 30 (installed in Tremaine New York interior) & 112.]

> Getulio Alviani. Superficie a textura vibrante, (1964). Brushed aluminum. 16 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 110.)

> Carl Andre. Aluminum and magnesium plain, (1969). Magnesium and aluminum. 72 x 72 x 1/8 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, p. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 132 (similar work).]

> Karel Appel. Two clowns, (1958). Oil on canvas. 6 1/4 x 8 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 65.)

> Kenneth Armitage. Family going for a walk, (1951). Cast bronze. 30 x 30 x 1 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 57.)

> Jean Arp. Collage (arranged according to law of chance), (1918). Paper. 21 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Jean Arp / Hans Arp. Composition (relief) (or Form), (1934). Wood relief. 19 5/8 x 19 5/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 46.)

> Jean Arp. Figure (Three navel man), (1920). Oil on cardboard. 41 1/2 x 31 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Jean Arp. Geometric torn paper, (1916). Grey paper collage on white. 14 1/2 x 10 7/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 147.)

> Jean Arp. Human lunar spectral, (1958). Bronze. 47 1/4 in high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 45.)

> Jean Arp. Mirr, (1936 / 1960). White marble with concrete base. 6 7/8 x 8 5/8 x 6 in. Base: 17 3/4 x 8 3/4 in. diameter. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp. Duo collage, (1918). Paper. 31 1/8 x 23 1/4 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in the Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with no photo).]

> Richard Artschwager. Relief I, (1965). Formica on wood. 28 3/4 x 22 3/4 x 7 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 126.)

> Richard Artschwager. Relief II, (1965). Formica, wood. 26 1/2 x 24 x 8 in. Principia College, St. Louis, MO. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with no photo).]

> Milton Avery. Fencers, (1944). Oil on canvas. 48 1/4 x 32 1/4 in. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California. (Donated by Mrs. Burton G. Tremaine / Emily Hall, Baroness von Romberg, in memory of Maximilian von Romberg.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with thumbnail photo).]


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> Enrico Baj. Furniture style, (1961). Collage: wood and tapestry. 33 5/8 x 43 3/8 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Enrico Baj. When I was young, (1951). Collage. 57 1/2 x 38 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Larry Bell. Chrome and glass construction, (1965). Chrome and glass. 12 1/4 x 12 1/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Ilya Bolotowsky. Perpendiculars and diagonals, (1945). Oil on canvas. 18 x 22 in. Oklahoma City Museum of Art. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine to the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, DC; after the gallery’s closure, artworks purchased by the Oklahoma museum.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Lee Bontecou. Bird, (1958-59). (Catalogue, p. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior.)

> Georges Braque. The black rose, (1927). Oil on canvas. 20 x 37 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 40.)

> Roberto Burle Marx. Design for a garden, (1948). Gouache on board. 50 1/4 x 27 3/4 in. Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Pol Bury. Ponctuation, (1961). (Catalogue, p. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior.)


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> Alexander Calder. Antenna, (1948). Painted sheet metal, steel and wire 16 1/4 in. high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 53.)

> Alexander Calder. Bougainvillea, (c. 1947). Painted sheet metal and steel wire. 76 x 83 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 52.]

> Mary Callery. Amity, (1946). Bronze. 17 3/4 x 26 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Mary Callery. Water ballet, (1947). Bronze, mounted on glass. 24 x 48 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 54.)

> Paul Cézanne. The bathers, (1899). Color lithograph. 16 x 20 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 15.)

> John Chamberlain. Arch Brown, (1962). Welded automobile metals. 37 x 38 x 29 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 83.)

> John Chamberlain. Gramm, (1960). Metal on board. 12 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 82.)

> John Chamberlain. Sinclair, (1962). Metal. 6 1/2 in high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 82.)

> Giorgio de Chirico. On the beach, (c. 1935). Oil on canvas. 20 1/2 x 26 in. Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 183 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Christo. Double store-front, (1964). Wall relief— oil, wood, glass, cardboard, fabric, paper, and electric light. 26 1/4 x 34 3/4 x 2 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 125.)

> Chryssa. Fragment for the gates to Times Square, (1966). Neon and plexiglas. 42 3/4 x 34 1/2 x 27 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 118.)

> Ralston Crawford. Lights in an aircraft factory, (1945). Oil on canvas. 30 3/8 x 40 1/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sr. [Catalogue, pp. 17 & 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Le Corbusier. Still life, (1925). Oil on canvas. 39 1/2 x 32 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 37.)

> Le Corbusier. Watercolor, (1928). Watercolor. 9 1/2 x 11 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, pp. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior, & 156.)


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> Stuart Davis. Composition 1863, (c. 1930). Gouache on paper. 20 1/2 x 28 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 157.)

> Stuart Davis. For internal use only, (1945). Oil on canvas. 45 x 28 in. Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, pp. 18 & 183 (listing only with no photo).]

> Robert Delaunay. Premier disque, (1912). Oil on canvas. Circular: 53 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 33.]

> Guy Dill. Fourteen hands, (1973). Concrete, hot-rolled steel and glass. 57 x 88 x 30 in. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Guy Dill. Riot glass, (1974). Aluminum, broken glass, mirror. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) (Destroyed 1976.) (Catalogue, photo and description pp. 19-20.)

> Jim Dine. An animal, (1961). Oil and fur on canvas. 72 x 60 in. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Jim Dine. Crescent wrench, (1962). Oil on canvas, wood, nuts and bolts, crescent wrench. 60 x 48 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 94.)

> Jim Dine. The hammer acts, (1962). Oil, hammer, board, nails on canvas. 72 x 84 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 94.)

> Jim Dine. A little scissors and a little screwdriver, (1962). Oil on canvas, scissors, screwdriver. 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 93.)

> Jim Dine. Little black screwdriver (or Small black screwdriver), (1962). Oil and screwdriver on canvas. 16 1/8 x 12 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 93.)

> Theo van Doesburg. Composition XX, (1920). Oil on canvas. 36 1/2 x 27 1/2 in. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Lugano, Switzerland (now Madrid, Spain). (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Theo van Doesburg. Space-time construction #3, (1923). Gouache on paper. 18 1/2 x 15 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 150.)


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> Max Ernst. A beautiful day, (1948). Oil on canvas. 39 1/2 x 39 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 50.)


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> Perle Fine. Climax, (1944). Colored inks. 16 3/4 x 13 5/8 in. Principia College, St. Louis, MO. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with no photo).]

> Dan Flavin. Monument 7 to V. Tatlin, (1970). Fluorescent tubes. 96 x 28 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 119.)

> Lucio Fontana. Attesa, (1961). Oil on canvas. 18 x 9 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 106.)

> Lucio Fontana. White painting, (c. 1960). Oil on canvas. 31 3/4 x 23 1/2 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]


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> Alberto Giacometti. Homme qui marche sous la pluie / Man walking quickly under the rain, (cast c. 1947). Edition of 6. Bronze. 18 1/4 x 30 1/2 x 6 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 55.)

> Alberto Giacometti. Spoon woman, (1926; cast 1954). Bronze (edition of 6). 57 in. high. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 44.]

> Juan Gris. Pears and grapes on a table (or Still life with pears), (1913). Oil on canvas. 22 1/2 x 29 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 34.)

> James Guy. Three figures, (1944). Wood, paint, wire. 23 x 17 in. Principia College, St. Louis, MO. (In 2018, a representative at the college said there was no record of the work ever being at the college.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]


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> Raoul Hague. Swamp pepperwood, (1956). Carved pepperwood on wood base. 28 3/8 x 62 7/8 x 19 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 81).

> Hans Hartung. Composition, (1952). Oil on canvas. 39 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Michael Heizer. Circle, (1976). 8 pcs. in walnut (edition of 3, each in different woods). 24 1/4 in. diameter x 2 1/8 in. high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 139).

> Michael Heizer. Russian Constructivist painting No. 1, (1974). Polyvinyl latex on canvas. 96 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 138).

> Michael Heizer. Untitled #2 (Sagebrush Green), (1976). Polyvinyl latex on canvas. 84 1/2 x 84 1/2 in. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Jean Hélion. Composition, (1934). Oil on canvas. 51 1/2 x 63 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 47).

> Hilary Heron. Girl with pigtails, (1950). Carved oak. 54 in. high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 21.)


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> Robert Irwin. Untitled, (1963-65). Oil on canvas. [Listed with a size of 42 x 43 in., but presumably incorrect. Researchers should look at this work in relation to Tremaines closely.] Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Robert Irwin. Untitled, (1963-65). Oil on canvas. [Listed with size 84 1/2 x 82 5/8 in. with 1967 dating. Researchers are advised to look at this closely.] (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Robert Irwin. Untitled, (1970). Wall relief— acrylic on cast acrylic disc, with four spotlights. 54 1/4 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 137).


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> Neil Jenney. Husband and wife, (1969). Acrylic on canvas. 56 x 76 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 140).

> Jasper Johns. Ale cans, (1964). Lithograph 14/31. 14 x 11 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 163.)

> Jasper Johns. Device circle, (1959). Encaustic and collage on canvas with movable arm. 40 x 40 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 88.)

> Jasper Johns. Grey numbers, (1963). Encaustic on canvas. 5 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 89.)

> Jasper Johns. Tango, (1955). Encaustic on canvas, music box. 43 x 55 in. Ludwig Collection, Federal Republic of Germany. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with no photo).]

> Jasper Johns. Three flags, (1958). Encaustic on canvas. 30 7/8 x 45 1/2 x 5 in. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, pp. 87 & 184 (listing with no photo).]

> Jasper Johns. White flag, (1955-58). Encaustic and newsprint on canvas. 52 1/4 x 78 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 86.)

> Philip Johnson. "Museum building", (1955). Meteor Crater, near Flagstaff, Arizona. (Photo is a bird’s eye view from above showing the crater and structures to the left.) (Catalogue, p. 20.)

> Philip Johnson. Partial redesign of barn, Tremaine property, Madison, CT, (1951). (Exterior views: catalogue, pp. 26-27.)

> Philip Johnson. [View of] reflecting pool, Tremaine farmhouse, Madison, CT, (undated). (Catalogue, p. 25.)

Philip Johnson. Two photos showing installed art and "suggestions in 1947 for the Tremaines’ first New York apartment, as well as their present apartment in 1955". (Catalogue, pp. 21 (text mention), 28 & 30.)

> Asger Jorn. Bird, (c. 1959). Oil on canvas. 6 1/4 x 8 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 65.)


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> Wassily Kandinsky. Animated stability, (1937). Oil on canvas. 45 3/4 x 35 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Mel Kendrick. Untitled, (1983). Wood. 27 1/2 x 13 x 8 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 143.)

> Paul Klee. Departure of the ghost, (1931). Oil on muslin. 43 x 30 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 41.)

> Paul Klee. Katze Lauert / Lurking cat, (1939). Pencil on paper. 11 3/4 x 17 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 154.)

> Paul Klee. S. C. L. (or Kopf), (1919). Tempera on gauze on board. 8 1/8 x 4 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 152.)

> Paul Klee. Seemingly modest, (c. 1937-38). Gouache on canvas. 19 3/4 x 13 3/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 155.)

> Paul Klee. Sommerschloss bei Beride, (1927). Pen and black ink on paper. 9 1/2 x 12 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 154.)

> Paul Klee. Structural II, (1924). Gouache on paper. 12 x 9 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 153.)

> Yves Klein. Blue sponge, (1959). Sponge in blue plaster. 45 x 21 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 80.)

> Yves Klein. Monochrome blue, (c. 1957). Blue plaster paint on wood panel. 78 1/2 x 39 1/2 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Yves Klein. Monogold, (c. 1959). Gold leaf. 12 x 10 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Franz Kline. Brass and red, (1959). Oil on canvas. 68 x 39 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with no photo).]

> Franz Kline. C & O, (1958). Oil on canvas. 77 x 110 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with no photo).]

> Franz Kline. Four square, (1956). Oil on canvas. 78 1/4 x 50 3/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with no photo).]

> Franz Kline. Lehigh, (1956). Oil on canvas. 80 x 112 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 67.)

> Franz Kline. Untitled, (1950). Oil on masonite. 17 7/8 x 23 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 66.)

> Willem de Kooning. Villa Borghese, (1960). Oil on canvas. 80 x 70 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 71.]

> Willem de Kooning. Yellow woman, (1952). Tempera and oil on canvas. 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 70.)

> Yasuo Kuniyoshi. Picking horses, (1937). Oil on canvas. 15 1/2 x 11 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 15.)


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> Gerald Laing. Purple trace, (1966). (Catalogue, p. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior.)

> Fernand Léger. Le petit déjeuner, (1921). Oil on canvas. 40 x 53 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 36.)

> Fernand Léger. Les Plongeurs Circulaires, (1942). Oil on canvas. 59 x 51 in. Tamayo Museum, Mexico City. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Sol LeWitt. Untitled, (1967). Aluminum and flat enamel sculpture. 14 x 14 x 48 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 131.)

> Alexander Liberman. Gyre, (1966). Painted steel. 144 x 96 x 120 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 85.)

> Alexander Liberman. Sybil, (1963). Metal. 95 1/2 x 22 1/4 in. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Roy Lichtenstein. Aloha, (1962). Oil on canvas. 68 x 68 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 101.)

> Roy Lichtenstein. Ceramic sculpture #7, (1966). Glazed ceramic. 9 1/2 in high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, pp. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior, & 100.)

> Roy Lichtenstein. Ceramic head with blue shadow, (1966). Glazed ceramic. 15 1/2 high. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (under lampshade, installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 100.]

> Roy Lichtenstein. Crying girl, (1964). Pencil and colored pencil. 5 x 5 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 164.)

> Roy Lichtenstein. Femme au chapeau, (1962). Oil on canvas. 68 x 56 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Roy Lichtenstein. Head, yellow and black, (1962). Oil on canvas. 48 x 48 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Roy Lichtenstein. I can see the whole room... and there’s nobody in it!, (1961). Oil and graphite on canvas. 48 3/8 x 48 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 99.)

> Roy Lichtenstein. Small landscape, (1964). Colored pencil. 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 164.) (Click artwork webpage to see alternative title and year for possibly / probably this work as presented at auction in 1991.)

> Jacques Lipchitz. Pegasus, (1944). Gilded bronze. 6 1/2 x 7 1/8 x 4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 56.)

> Jacques Lipchitz. Pierrot, (1916). Colored chalk, ink and crayon. 22 x 15 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Jacques Lipchitz. Still life, (1918). Oil on canvas. 21 3/4 x 13 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> El Lissitsky. Victory over the sun, (1920-21). Lithographs. 21 x 17 7/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 151.)

> Morris Louis. No. 133, (1962). Acrylic on canvas. 83 x 54 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Tremaine, Sr. [Catalogue, pp. 23 & 185 (listing only with no photo).]


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> Robert Mangold. Four squares within a circle, (1974). Yellow acrylic and pencil on canvas. 72 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 133.)

> Piero Manzoni. Petit subject, (1958). Four panels, oil and plaster on canvas. Three: 9 1/2 x 7 in.; one: 7 x 9 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 107.)

> Conrad Marca-Relli. The chess game, (1956). Oil, canvas, sand. 47 1/2 x 59 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 69.)

> Brice Marden. Elements I, (1981-82). Oil on canvas, four panels. 84 x 51 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 145.)

> Brice Marden. Marble #14, (1981). Oil on stone. 13 x 8 3/4 x 1 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 144.)

> Walter de Maria. Bronze shaft / steel shaft, (1966). Bronze and steel. 15 x 18 x 3 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 129.)

> Walter de Maria. Elle, (1966). Two pieces: carbon steel and stainless steel ball. 2 1/2 x 16 x 16 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 128.)

> John Marin. A street seeing, (1928). Watercolor. 26 x 21 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 160.)

> Agnes Martin. Desert, (1967). Oil on canvas. 72 x 72 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 135.)

> Agnes Martin. On a clear day, (1964). Oil on canvas. 72 x 72 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 135.)

> Agnes Martin. Untitled #6, (1981). Gesso, acrylic and pencil on canvas. 72 x 72 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 134.)

> Georges A. Mathieu. Red on brown, (1952). Oil on canvas. 51 x 77 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Henri Matisse. Oceania, the sea (Oceania, le mer), (1946). Silkscreen on linen damask, no. 1/30. 67 1/4 x 153 1/4 x 1 1/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Henri Matisse. Oceania, the sky (Oceania, le ciel), (1946). Silkscreen on linen damask, no. 1/30. 71 1/2 x 157 3/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Roberto Matta. Genesis, (1942). Oil on canvas. 28 x 36 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Roberto Matta. The splitting of the ergo, (1945-46). Oil on canvas. 77 1/2 x 96 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 51.)

> Carlos Mérida. Sky over Texas, (1943). Oil on masonite. 24 1/2 x 20 1/2 in. Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Antoni Milkowski. Salem #7, (1966). Cor-Ten steel (1 of 3 versions). 144 in. high. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 117.)

> Manolo Millares. Cuadro 78, (1959). Oil, wood, canvas. 51 x 63 3/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing only with no photo).]

> Joan Miró. Le chat blanc, (c. 1927). Oil on canvas. 59 1/2 x 46 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 42.)

> Joan Miró. Makimono, (1952-57). Lithograph on raw silk, 12/50. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, p. 30 (installed in Tremaine New York interior) & p. 159.]

> Joan Miró. Personnages dans la nuit, (1940). Tempera on canvas. 7 x 8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 43.)

> Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Farbgitter No. 1, (1922). Oil on canvas. 30 1/4 x 23 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 38.)

> Piet Mondrian. Composition, (1935-42). Oil on canvas. 42 1/2 x 23 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 30 (installed in Tremaine New York interior) & 48.]

> Piet Mondrian. Pier and ocean, (1914). Colored gouache and ink on paper. 19 3/4 x 24 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 146.)

> Piet Mondrian. Victory boogie woogie. (1942-44). Oil and scotch tape on canvas. 50 x 50 in. diagonal. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, on cover and p. 49.)

> Robert Motherwell. Spanish elegy #17, (1953). Oil on masonite. 9 x 12 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 68.)


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> Nassos Daphnis. S-7-60, (1960). Plastic paint on wood. 10 x 13 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 111.)

> Louise Nevelson. Moon garden reflections, (c. 1957). Black painted wood. 76 1/2 x 30 x 10 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 76.)

> Louise Nevelson. Moon garden series, (1958). Wood. Each: 5 1/2 x 4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 77; photo caption is mismatched with artwork below.)

> Louise Nevelson. Moon garden series, (1958). Wood. Each: 3 1/2 x 11 x 3 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 77; photo caption is mismatched with artwork above.)

> Barnett Newman. Euclidian Abyss, (1946-47). Gouache on canvas board. 28 x 22 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 73.)

> Barnett Newman. The moment II, (1969). Acrylic on canvas. 84 x 72 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 75.)

> Barnett Newman. Outcry, (1958). Oil on canvas. 82 x 6 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 74.)

> Oscar Niemeyer. Tremaine Beach House Project, Santa, Barbara, California, (1948). Ink on paper. 18 7/8 x 29 1/8 in. Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sr. (Catalogue, p. 19.)

> Ben Nicholson. Still life, (1947). Tempera and pencil on board. 7 1/2 x 7 1/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 58.)

> Ben Nicholson. Still life, (1949). Oil on masonite. 10 x 14 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 59.)

> Kenneth Noland. Stack, (1965). Acrylic on canvas. 60 x 60 in. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Sr. [Catalogue, pp. 23 & 185 (listing only with no photo).]


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> Georgia O’Keeffe. City night, (1926). Oil on canvas. 48 x 30 in. Minneapolis Institute of Art. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 185 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Claes Oldenburg. 7-Up, (1961). Plaster and paint. 54 x 36 in. Newhouse Collection, New York. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Claes Oldenburg. 7-Up with cake, (1961). Mixed media on paper collage. 15 x 20 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 162).

> Claes Oldenburg. Street head I, ("Big head gong"), (1959). Newspaper soaked in wheat paste over wire frame. 61 1/8 x 64 x 13 1/8 in. Ludwig Collection, Federal Republic of Germany. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Claes Oldenburg. Strong arm, (1961). Plaster and enamel paint. 43 x 32 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 92).


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> Betty Parsons. Four with stripes, (1967). Acrylic on driftwood. 11 x 14 1/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 142).

> Irene Rice Pereira. Transfluent lines, (1946). Transparent planes, corrugated glass, oil and plastic paint. 24 x 18 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Pablo Picasso. La femme au tambourine, (1938). Etching and aquatint. 29 1/2 x 22 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Pablo Picasso. Lady with a fan, (c. 1911 and 1918). Oil on canvas. 72 1/4 x 28 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 35).

> Pablo Picasso. New Hebrides mask, (1929). Oil on canvas. 8 5/8 x 6 3/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 21).

> Pablo Picasso. Le repas frugal, (1904). Ink on paper. 18 x 15 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Michelangelo Pistoletto. Uomo Di Schiena, (1963). Collage on metal. 70 x 47 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 105).

> Jackson Pollock. Frieze, (1953-55). Oil on canvas. 26 x 86 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 63).

> Jackson Pollock. Silver and black, (1950). Oil, enamel and silver paint on canvas. 8 7/8 x 12 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 62).

> Arnaldo Pomodoro. For the Olivetti calculator, (1960). Silver. 6 x 2 7/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 109).

> Arnaldo Pomodoro. Tavola del agrimensore, (1961). Bronze. 92 x 52 in. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Gio Pomodoro. Expansion, (1960-61). Bronze sculpture. 38 x 132 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 108).

> Larry Poons. Julie, (1963). Liquitex and fabric dye on linen. 80 x 90 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 120).

> Larry Poons. Tristan da Cugna, (1964). Liquitex on canvas. 72 1/8 x 144 1/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]


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> Robert Rauschenberg. Flemish (Blue), (1958). Combine drawing. 23 3/8 x 28 5/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 161.)

> Robert Rauschenberg. Stripper, (1962). Combine on canvas. 96 x 42 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Robert Rauschenberg. Untitled (or Construction), (1958). Wood, fabric, solvent transfer, gouache, plaster, and metal tack. 13 1/4 x 15 x 9 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 90.)

> Robert Rauschenberg. Windward, (1963). Oil on canvas. 96 x 70 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 90.)

> Man Ray. Ce Qui Manque A Nous Tous, (1925/63). Clay pipe with glass sphere in plexiglas case. 8 x 11 3/8 x 6 1/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 104.)

> Ad Reinhardt. Abstract painting, no. 34 (or Black painting, no. 34), (1964). Oil on canvas. 60 x 60 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Ad Reinhardt. No. 22, (1947). Oil on masonite. 6 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. Principia College, St. Louis, MO. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Ad Reinhardt. Blue composition, (1959-60). Oil on canvas. 10 x 8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, pp. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior, & 113.)

> Bridget Riley. Balm, (1964). Oil on canvas. 76 3/4 x 76 3/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Bridget Riley. Turn, (1964). Emulsion on board. 19 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 121.)

> Jean-Paul Riopelle. Printemps, (1952). Oil on canvas. 9 1/2 x 13 3/4 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 64.)

> Jean-Paul Riopelle. Printemps, (undated). Oil on canvas. 51 x 63 1/4 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Jose de Rivera. Black, yellow, and red, (1942). Painted aluminum on wooden base. 17 x 30 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Dorothea Rockburne. Indication drawing, (1973). Carbon paper, carbon pencil on paper. 53 x 40 1/2 in. in frame. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 165.)

> Carlos Orozco Romero. La danza (The Dance), (1939). Oil on canvas. 15 3/4 x 12 1/2 in. Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> James Rosenquist. Mask (Come play with me / Hey, let’s go for a ride) (or Hey let’s go for a ride), (1961). Oil on canvas. 34 x 36 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 98.)

> James Rosenquist. Zone, (1961). Oil on canvas. 96 x 96 in. Philadephia Museum of Art. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Mark Rothko. Number 8 (or No. 8), (1952). Oil on canvas. 80 1/2 x 68 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 72.]

> Mark Rothko. No. 10, (1950). Oil on canvas. 90 3/8 x 57 1/8 in. Museum of Modern Art, New York. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]

> Robert Ryman. Beacon, (1974). Oil on linen. 71 x 71 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing only with no photo).]


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> Lucas Samaras. Box #51, (1966). Painted wooden construction with colored yarns, plastic jewels, colored acetate, electric light bulb, glass bottle, and magne-matic stirrer— kinetic closed. 14 x 14 3/4 x 14 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 123.)

> Kurt Schwitters. Merzbild, (c. 1922). Collage on paper. 7 x 5 5/8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 149.)

> Michel Seuphor. Composition, (1953). Ink on paper. 20 1/2 x 14 1/2 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 158.)

> Gino Severini. Pictograph, (1913). Watercolor on paper. 13 5/8 x 10 3/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 186 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Charles Sheeler. On a theme of farm buildings, (1947). Tempera on board. 19 x 25 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Charles Sheeler. Suspended power, (1940-42). Oil on canvas. 33 x 26 in. Private collection, Dallas. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection. In the accompanying text, the work is described as being briefly owned by Emily Hall Tremaine, and then purchased by her grandfather’s company, the S. Morgan Smith Co.) [Catalogue, pp. 16 & 187 (listing with thumbnail photo).].

> Tony Smith. Cigarette model, (1962). Sand-blasted stainless steel. 13 x 21 x 17 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 130.)

> Tony Smith. Untitled, (1959). Acrylic on canvas. 64 x 96 1/4 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Pierre Soulages. Composition, (1953). Oil on canvas. 76 3/4 x 51 1/4 in. Principia College, St. Louis, MO. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Pierre Soulages. Composition, (1955). Oil on canvas. 76 3/4 x 51 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Nicolas de Staël. Les foot ballers Parc des Princes, (1952). Oil on masonite. 22 1/8 x 30 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, pp. 17 & 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Richard Stankiewicz. Untitled, (1961). Steel. 67 x 36 x 34 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 84.)

> Frank Stella. Greek key, (1960). Oil on canvas. 12 x 12 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 115.)

> Frank Stella. Luis Miguel Dominguin, (1960). Aluminum paint on canvas. 96 x 72 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 28 (installed in Tremaine’s New York living room) & 114.]

> Frank Stella. Sinjerli variation IV, (1968). Fluorescent acrylic on canvas. 120 in. diameter. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, pp. 116 & 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Frank Stella. Telluride, (1961). Copper paint on canvas. 27 x 22 1/2 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Frank Stella. Untitled, (1959). Oil on masonite. 12 x 12 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 115.)

> Marjorie Strider. Red lilies, (1965). Wood, plastic. Three panels: 10 1/2 x 11 in. each. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, pp. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior, & 124.)

> Graham Sutherland. Palm Palisades, (1947). Oil on canvas. 43 x 36 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Mark di Suvero. Mercator projector, (1963). Wood, stainless steel. 61 1/2 x 59 in. Philadelphia Museum of Art. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 184 (listing with thumbnail photo).]


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> Sophie Taeuber-Arp. No. 10, (c. 1915). Watercolor. 6 1/4 x 3 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 148.)

> Rufino Tamayo. Clowns, (1942). Oil on canvas. 19 x 38 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Vassilakis Takis. Signal, (1958). Iron. 44 in. high; base 6 x 7 x 7 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 79.)

> Jean Tinguely. Meta-mechanic, (1958). (Catalogue, p. 31, presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior.)

> Jean Tinguely. Plate sculpture, (1959). Motorized steel sculpture. 12 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 78.)

> Mark Tobey. Pattern of conflict, (1944). Tempera on board. 13 1/2 x 19 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 60.)

> Ernest Trova. Falling man series: Carman, (c. 1966). Bronze. 21 1/2 x 78 x 31 in. Private collection, Connecticut. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Ernest Trova. Falling man series: The maze, (1966). Chrome figures, plexiglas. 13 x 34 x 13 3/4 in. Base: 29 1/2 in. high x 34 in. length. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, pp. 122 & 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Ernest Trova. Falling man series: Small box, (1966). Bronze, plexiglas. 5 5/8 x 4 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Ernest Trova. Falling man series: Wheelman, (c. 1966). Bronze. 60 in. high. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Richard Tuttle. The fisherman, (1964). Acrylic on wood construction. 36 1/2 x 24 in. Tremaine Collection. [Catalogue, pp. 30 (installed in Tremaine New York interior) & 127.]


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> Barbara Valenta. Green and white, (c. 1977). Mixed media, canvas and wood. 72 x 39 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 141.)

> Maria Helena Vieira da Silva. L’Existinde de l’Araigne, 1708, (undated). Oil on canvas. 33 3/4 x 45 1/4 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]


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> Andy Warhol. A boy for Meg, (1961). Oil on canvas. 72 x 52 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Donated by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing only with no photo).]

> Andy Warhol. Campbell’s Soup can with can opener, (1962). Oil on canvas. 72 1/2 x 54 1/2 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 187 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Andy Warhol. Close cover before striking, (1962). Oil on canvas. 72 x 54 in. Ludwig Collection, Federal Republic of Germany. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 188 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Andy Warhol. Do it yourself (violin with numbers), (1962). Oil on canvas. 54 x 72 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 188 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Andy Warhol. Head of Marilyn Monroe / Round Marilyn, (1962). Gold paint on silkscreen canvas. 17 1/4 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 103.)

> Andy Warhol. Marilyn Monroe diptych, (1962). Acrylic and silkscreen enamel on canvas. 2 panels, each 82 x 37 in. Tate Gallery, London. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, pp. 18 & 188 (listing only with no photo).]

> Andy Warhol. S & H Green Stamps, (1962). (7 1/4 x 6 in.) Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 103.)

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American nude, (1961). Oil on canvas and mixed collage. 47 1/2 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue p. 97; also see listing for Great American nude #8 below as titles conflict with 1988 Tremaine auction catalogue.)

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American nude #5, (c. 1961). Oil and collage on wood. 6 5/8 x 8 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 96.)

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American nude #8, (1961). Oil and collage on wood. 5 in. diameter. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue, p. 96; also see listing for Great American nude above as titles conflict with 1988 Tremaine auction catalogue.)

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American nude #38, (1962). Collage. 36 x 60 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 188 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American nude #39, (1962). Collage. 36 x 36 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 188 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American still life #19, (1962). Collage. 36 x 60 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 188 (listing with thumbnail photo).]

> Tom Wesselmann. Great American still life #32, (1963). Collage and acrylic. 48 x 48 in. Location unknown. (Formerly in Tremaine Collection.) [Catalogue, p. 188 (listing only with no photo).]

> Frank Lloyd Wright. Project: Burton Tremaine Observatory, Meteor Crater, Arizona, (1948; unbuilt). Perspective drawing: 26 7/ 8 x 34 1/2 in. Pencil and colored pencils on tracing paper mounted to board. [Listed as in the collection of Museum of Modern Art, New York (; this is thought to be an error)]. (Catalogue, p. 20.)


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> Robert Zakanitch. Angelman I, (1967). Acrylic on canvas. 84 x 84 in. Tremaine Collection. (Catalogue p. 136.)


Other photos:

1. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford. Interior Court, Avery Building (1934). (Catalogue p. 16.)

2. Various yet fully identified small works on bookshelves (five shelves) presumably in Tremaine’s New York apartment interior. (Catalogue, p. 31.)