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Trumpet Flowers by 
																	Stanton MacDonald Wright

Stanton MacDonald Wright

( American, 1890 - 1973 )

Trumpet Flowers




oil on canvas


18.11 in. (46.00 cm.) (height) by 13.11 in. (33.30 cm.) (width)


signed S. Macdonald-Wright (upper left); also signed S. Macdonald-Wright, titled Trumpet-Flowers, dated 1919 and inscribed California on the reverse


Los Angeles, California, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, A Retrospective Showing of the Work of Stanton Macdonald-Wright: A Loan Exhibition, January-February, 1956, no. 11 Washington, D.C., National Collection of Fine Arts (now National Gallery of Art), The Art of Stanton Macdonald-Wright, May-June 1967, no. 21 New York, Museum of Modern Art; Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Portland, Maine, The Portland Museum of Art; Pasadena, California, Pasadena Art Museum; San Francisco, California, San Francisco Museum of Art (now San Francisco Museum of Modern Art); Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum; Dallas, Texas, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts; Buffalo, New York, Albright-Knox Art Gallery; Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art; Basel, Switzerland, Kunsthalle Basel; London, England, Institute of Contemporary Arts; Berlin, Germany, Akademie der Künste; Stuttgart, Germany, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart; Brussels, Belgium, Palais des Beaux-Arts; Cologne, Germany, Kunsthalle Cologne, The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection; A Gift to the Museum of Modern Art, January 1968-April 1971 New York, Whitney Museum of American Art; Houston, Texas, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Des Moines, Iowa, Des Moines Art Center; San Francisco, California, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Syracuse, New York, Everson Museum of Art; Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Synchromism and American Color Abstraction, 1910-1925, January 1978-March 1979, p. 140, pl. 115, illustrated Providence, Rhode Island, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Over Here: Modernism, The First Exile, 1914-1919, April-May 1989, no. 44 San Antonio, Texas, Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute; Logan, Utah, Nora Eccles Harrison Art Museum, Utah State University; Santa Barbara, California, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Turning the Tide: Early Los Angeles Modernists 1920-1956, January-October 1991, p. 90 Raleigh, North Carolina, North Carolina Museum of Art; Los Angeles, California, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Houston, Texas, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Stanton Macdonald-Wright and Synchromism, March 2001-February 2002, no. 20, illustrated in color pp. x, 181


Three Generations of Twentieth Century Art: The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1972, p. 20, illustrated p. 21; Piri Halasz, "American Synchromism: Pleasures and Peccadilloes of an Imperfect Show," Art News 78, January 1979, pp. 88-9


Daniel Gallery, New York, by 1932; Sidney and Harriet Janis, New York, circa 1959; Gift to the present owner from the above, 1967



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