The Art Book - Phaidon Press
April 17, 2014 6:36 PM   Subscribe

I have been unable to turn up a list of the artists included in this book. I've tried Google Books, Amazon, and the publisher's own website. None of my local stores or libraries have it available. Can anyone tell me which artists are included in this book? I realize it's a really long list, but maybe the table of contents are out there somewhere, scanned or otherwise. Thanks!
posted by lolo341 to Media & Arts (4 answers total)
I have the 1999 pocket size version of this book. There are no table of contents and the index is organized by Directory of Museums and Galleries.

Do you want a copy of this?

It may be tomorrow. I'm in the throes of a fever and a little unsteady, but I really love this book. I got it for free on the street corner in Chicago in a box outside of Powell's in Hyde Park. I have been planning on cutting it up to make a doll house into an art museum and play "art gallery" or I'd send it to you.
posted by aetg at 6:47 PM on April 17, 2014 [1 favorite]

I have that book and confirming aetg: it doesn't have a TOC nor an artist index, just one page and one image per artist.

But, I drank a lot of coffee today and need to burn it off so I can go to bed, so here you go:

Agasse, Albers, Algardi, Allston, Alma-Tadema, Altdorfer, Amigogni, Andre, Andres del Sarto, Fra Angelico, Anguissola, Antonello da Messina, Appel, Archipenko, Arcimboldo, Arp, Audobon, Auerbach, Avercamp, Bacon, Baldung, Balla, Balthus, Fra Bartolommeo, Baselitz, Basquiat, Bassono, Batoni, Baumeister, Bazille, Beauneveu, Beccafumi, Beckmann, Gentile Bellini, Giovanni Bellini, Bellmer, Bellotto, Bellows, Bernini, Beuys, Bierstadt, Bingham, P. Blake, W. Blake, Boccioni, Bocklin, Boltanski, Bomberg, Bonington, Bonnard, Bordone, Bosch, Botero, Botticelli, Boucher, Boudin, Bourdelle, Bourgeois, Bouts, Boyd, Brancusi, Braque, Brauner, Bronzino, Broodthaers, Brown, J. Bruegel, P. Bruegel, Buren, Burne-Jones, Burra, Burri, Caillebotte, Calder, Campin, Canaletto, Canova, Caravaggio, Caro, Carppacio, Carrà, Carracci, Cassatt, Castagno, Catena, Catlin, Cellini, Cézanne, Chagall, Champaigne, Chardin, Chase, De Chirico, Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Church, Cimabue, Claesz, Claude Lorraine, Clemente, Clouet, Cole, Constable, Copley, Cornell, Corot, Correggio, Del Cossa, Courbet, Cozens, Cragg, Cranach, Cuvp, Dali, Daubigny, Daumier, G. David, J-L. David, Davis, Deacon, Degas, Delacroix, Delaunay, Delvaux, Denis, Derain, Diebenkorn, Dine, Dix, Dobson, Van Doesburg, Domenichino, Donatello, Van Dongen, Dossi, Dou, Dove, Dubuffet, Duccio, Duchamp, Dufy, Dürer, Van Dyck, Eakin, Elsheimer, Enson, Epstein, Ernst, Estes, Etty, Van Eyck, Fabritius, Fantin-Latour, Fautrier, Feininger, Flavin, Fontana, Foujita, Fouquet, Fragonard, Francis, Frankenthaler, Freud, Friedrich, Frink, Froment, Gabo, Gaddi, Gainsborough, Gaudier-Brzeska, Gauguin, Gentile da Fabriano, Gentileschi, Géricault, Gertler, Ghiberti, Ghirlandaio, Giacometti, Giambologna, Giblert and George, Gilman, Girodano, Giorgione, Giotto, Giulio Romano, Van der Goes, Van Gough, Gontcharova, Gorky, Goya, Van Goyen, Gozzoli, El Greco, Grueze, Grimshaw, Gris, Gros, Grosz, Grünewald, Guardi, Guercino, Guston, Hals, Hamilton, Hammershoi, Hartung, Hassam, Hausmann, Hayter, Heckel, De Heem, Hepworth, Heron, Hicks, Hillard, Hiroshige, Hobbema, Hockney, Hodgkin, Hodler, Hofmann, Hogarth, Hokusai, Holbein, Homer, Honthorst, De Hooch, Hopper, Houdon, Hunt, Ingres, Ivanow, Jawlensky, John, Johns, Jones, Jordaens, Judd, Kahlo, Kalf, Kandinsky, Kapoor, Kauffmann, Kelly, Kiefer, Kirchner, Kitaj, Klee, Klein, klimt, Kline, Kneller, Kokoschka, De Kooning, Koons, Kossoff, Kroyer, Kupka, Lam, Lancret, Landseer, Lanyon, La Tour, Laurencin, Lawrence, Léger, Leighton, Lely, Leonardo da Vinci, Lewis, LeWitt, Lichtenstein, Limbourg, Liotard, Lipchitz, Lippi, Lissitzky, Lochner, Long, Longhi, Lorenzetti, Lorenzo Monaco, Lotto, Louis, Lowry, Lucas Van Leyden, Luini, Mabuse, Magritte, Maillol, Malevich, Man Ray, Manet, Mangold, Mantegna, Manzù, Mark, Marin, Marini, Martin, Martini, Masaccio, Masolino, Massys, Matisse, Matta, Memling, Mengs, Merz, Metsu, Michelangelo, Millais, Millet, Miró, Modersohn-Becker, Modigliani, Moholy-Nagy, Mondrian, Monet, Moore, Morandi, Moreau, Morisot, Moroni, Motherwell, Moulins, Mucha, Munch, Murillo, Nash, Nauman, Newman, Nicholson, Noguchi, Nolan, Noland, Nolde, O'Keeffe, Oldenburg, Orcagna, Organ, Orozco, Orpen, Van Ostade, Overbeck, Palma Vecchio, Pannini, Parmigianino, Patenier, Pechstein, Perugino, Picabia, Picasso, Piero della Francesca, Piero di Cosimo, Pietro da Cortona, Piper, Pisanello, Pisano, Pissarro, Poliakoff, Polke, Pollaiuolo, Pollack, Portormo, Popova, Poussin, Powers, Primaticcio, Prud'hon, Della Querica, Raeburn, Ramsey, Raphael, Rauschenberg, Redon, Rego, Reinhardt, Rembrant, Reni, Renoir, Reynolds, Ribera, Richter, Riley, Riopelle, Rivera, Della Robbia, Rodchenko, Rodin, Romney, Rosa, Rosenquist, Rosselli, Rossetti, Rosso Fiorentino, Rothko, Rouault, Robiliac, Rousseau, Rosseau, Rubens, Ruisdael, Ruysch, Ryman, Salviati, Sánchez-Cotán, Sargent, Sassetta, Savery, Schad, Schiele, Schmidt-Rottluff, Schnabel, Schongauer, Schwitters, Van Scorel, Sebastiano del Piombo, Segal, Serra, Seurat, Severini, Sheeler, Sherman, Siberechts, Sickert, Signac, Signorelli, Siqueiros, Sisley, Sittow, Sluter, Smith, Snyders, Sodama, Soulages, Soutine, Spencer, Spilliaert, De Staël, Steen, Stella, Still, Stuart, Stubbs, Sutherland, Tamayo, Tanguy, Tàpies, Tatlin, Teniers, Ter Borch, Terbrugghen, Thiebaud, Tiepolo, Tinguely, Tintoretto, Tissot, Titian, Tobey, Toulouse-Lautrec, De Troy, Turner, Twombly, Uccello, Utamaro, Utrillo, Vallotton, Vasarely, Velàzquez, Vermeer, Veronese, Verrocchio, Viera da Sila, Vigée-Lebrun, Viola, Vlaminck, Vouet, Vuillard, Wadsworth, Wallis, Warhol, Waterhouse, Watteau, Weight, Wesselmann, West, Van der Weyden, Whistler, Wilkie, Wilson, Witz, Wood, Wright of Derby, Wyeth, Yeats, Zoffany, Zorn, Zuccarelli, Zurbarian.
posted by jamaro at 8:33 PM on April 17, 2014 [34 favorites]

Oops, missed one: there's a 2nd Lippi. First one is Filippino Lippi, 2nd one is Fra Filippo Lippi. I totally bet they were always getting each other's emails by mistake.
posted by jamaro at 11:35 PM on April 17, 2014 [7 favorites]

@aetg Hope you're feeling better! Thanks for the info on the pocket book version.

@jamaro Wow! Thank you so much! I hope the exercise burned off enough caffeine to give you a good night's sleep : )
posted by lolo341 at 12:47 PM on May 5, 2014

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