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Letter from Walter Pach to Alice Klauber, Nov. 16, 1907. Alice Klauber Papers, Archives of the San Diego Museum of Art. 12. Walter Pach, “Cézanne—An Introduction,” Scribner’s Magazine 44 (Dec. 1908), 765, 768. 13. Walter Pach, Queer Thing, Painting (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1938), 173. 15. Pach, Queer Thing, Painting, 81. 16. Letter from Walter Pach to Ida Guggenheimer, July 7, 1930. Ida Guggenheimer Papers, AAA, reel 4039, frame 17. 17. Gertrude Stein, Two: Gertrude Stein and Her Brother / and Other Early Portraits [1908–1912] (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1951), 339.
17 and Sept. 20, 1995. 70. Letter from François Puaux, Acting Consul General, Consulat Général de France à New York, to Walter Pach, March 7, 1950. Collection of Raymond Pach. 71. Walter Pach, “Submerged Artists,” Atlantic Monthly 199 (Feb. 1957), 68. 72. “Walter Pach,” ARTnews 46 (April 1947), 49. INTRODUCTION 27 Page 28 blank. T h e Wa l t e r P a c h L e t t e r s 1906 –1958 The pen is the tongue of the mind. —Cervantes (1547–1616) Page 30 blank. WA L T E R C . A R E N S B E R G (1878–1954) A collector, patron, and poet.
M. Cassou authorized me, quite specifically, to write you of the matter; should you consider it favorably, he would be happy to take the final, official steps toward their adding a Duchamp to their collections. I might add—though you doubtless know it—that you are the only one to remedy the grievous lack of recognition of Marcel’s work in his own country, and in the most important museum of modern French art. Its collections entitle it to that description, outside of its place—Paris—still the incomparable center of modern art.
American artists, authors, and collectors : the Walter Pach letters, 1906-1958 by Bennard B. Perlman