exhibition

Post-Impressionist and Futurist Exhibition

With an Introduction by - Frank Rutter, B.A. (Curator of the Leeds City Art Gallery)
ID: 600, Status: completed
Exhibition period:
Oct 12, 1913‒Jan 16, 1914
Type:
group
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Currency:
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Catalogue Entries: 211
Artists: 61
Gender: female: 7, male: 53
Nationalities: 11
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Date Title City Venue Type
Date Title City Venue # of common Artists
Dec 16, 1913‒Jan 14, 1914 Exhibition of the Camden Town Group and Others Brighton Public Art Galleries 17 artists
Mar‒Apr 1914 The First Exhibition of Works by Members of The London Group London Goupil Gallery 15 artists
Oct 5‒Dec 31, 1912 Second Post-Impressionist Exhibition. British, French and Russian Artists London Grafton Galleries 16 artists
Nov 8, 1910‒Jan 15, 1911 Manet and the Post-Impressionists London Grafton Galleries 12 artists
May 20‒22, 1911 Vente au bénéfice du Monument Cézanne Paris Hôtel Drouot 11 artists
Dec 1912 The Third Exhibition of the Camden Town Group London Carfax Gallery 10 artists
Oct 1‒Nov 1, 1908 VIII. Serie Französische Impressionisten Zurich Zurich (exact location unknown) 15 artists
Dec 1911 The Second Exhibition of the Camden Town Group London Carfax Gallery 10 artists
Jun 1911 The First Exhibition of the Camden Town Group London Carfax Gallery 10 artists
Apr 28‒May 19, 1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art [Armory Show] Boston Copley Hall 14 artists
Mar 1915 The Second Exhibition of Works by Members of the London Group London Goupil Gallery 10 artists
Jun 26‒Jul 13, 1911 L'Eau Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 11 artists
Jan 9‒Feb 1913 Die Neue Kunst Vienna Galerie Miethke 11 artists
Oct‒Nov 1907 Třiadvacátá výstava Spolku výtvarných umělců Manes v Praze 1907. Francouzští impressionisté [Twenty-third Exhibition of the Union of Fine Artists Manes in Prague 1907. French Impressionists] Prague [Pavilion in Kinsky Garden] 11 artists
May 15‒16, 1908 Tableaux Modernes. Aquarelles, Dessins et Pastels Paris Hôtel Drouot 9 artists
May 8‒Jun 20, 1914 Twentieth Century Art. A Review of Modern Movements London Whitechapel Art Gallery 20 artists
Jul 20‒Aug 5, 1911 La Montagne Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 8 artists
Aug‒Sep 1913 Neue Kunst. II.Gesamtausstellung Munich Hans Goltz 13 artists
Jun 8‒16, 1914 Le Paysage du Midi Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 8 artists
Jun 7‒8, 1911 Collection Henry Bernstein Paris Hôtel Drouot 7 artists
Jan 1914 The Grafton Group. Vanessa Bell, Roger Fry, Duncan Grant. Second Exhibition London Galleries of the Alpine Club 7 artists
Mar 12‒Apr 17, 1910 La Libre Esthétique. L'Évolution du Paysage Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 10 artists
Nov‒Dec 1915 Third Exhibition of Works by Members of the London Group London Goupil Gallery 7 artists
Nov 14‒30, 1907 Fleurs et Natures Mortes Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 8 artists
Mar 8‒Apr 13, 1913 Interprétations du Midi Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 9 artists
Jul 16‒Oct 9, 1910 Ausstellung des Sonderbundes Westdeutscher Kunstfreunde und Künstler Dusseldorf Städtischer Kunstpalast 10 artists
Oct 1912 Neue Kunst. Erste Gesamt-Ausstellung Munich Hans Goltz 10 artists
Jan 23‒Feb 26, 1912 Выставка Картин Общества Художников "Бубновый Валет" [Vy'stavka Kartin Obshhestva Khudozhnikov "Bubnovy'j Valet" : Exhibition of Paintings by "Jack of Diamonds Association of Artists"] Moscow Moscow (exact location unknown) 9 artists
Dec 19‒30, 1910 La Faune Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 9 artists
Mar 12‒Apr 10, 1912 Der Sturm. Erste Ausstellung. Der Blaue Reiter. Franz Flaum. Oskar Kokoschka. Expressionisten Berlin Gilka-Villa 7 artists
Nov 22‒23, 1910 Collection de M. Albert Bernier Paris Hôtel Drouot 8 artists
May 17‒28, 1910 Nus Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 8 artists
Oct 15‒Nov 8, 1908 XI. Jahrgang. Winter 1908/09. II. Ausstellung. [Kollektion Lovis Corinth. Ausstellung "Stilleben"] Berlin Paul Cassirer 7 artists
May 25‒Sep 30, 1912 Internationale Kunstausstellung des Sonderbundes Westdeutscher Kunstfreunde und Künstler zu Cöln Cologne Städtische Ausstellungshalle am Aachener Tor 17 artists
Feb‒Mar 1910 XXXI. výstava S. V. U. Manes. Les indépendants [XXXI. Exhibition of the Union of Fine Artists Manes. Les Indépendants] Prague [Pavilion in Kinsky Garden] 6 artists
Mar 24‒Apr 16, 1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art [Armory Show] Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago 17 artists
Sep 1913 A XIX. század nagy francia mesterei [The Great French Masters of the XIX. Century] Budapest Ernst Múzeum 8 artists
May 1‒15, 1912 Salon de Mai 1912, Première Exposition Marseille Ateliers du Quai Rive-Neuve 7 artists
Dec 10‒31, 1907 Exposition de Cent Vingt Tableautins, Peintures, Aquarelles, Pastels et Dessins Paris Galerie Eug. Blot 8 artists
Dec 16, 1907‒Jan 4, 1908 Portraits d'Hommes Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 11 artists
Apr 20‒May 15, 1910 Prima Mostra italiana dell'Impressionismo, opere di Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Jean-Louis Forain, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Medardo Rosso, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Vincent Van Gogh Florence Lyceum Club 5 artists
May 14‒16, 1914 Collection de M. Herbert Kullmann (de Manchester) Paris Hôtel Drouot 5 artists
Oct‒Nov 1913 Erste Ausstellung Berlin Neue Galerie 6 artists
Jul 18‒Sep 30, 1912 Die klassische Malerei Frankreichs im 19. Jahrhundert Frankfurt am Main Gebäude des Frankfurter Kunstvereins 7 artists
Dec 1912 Ausstellung von Werken Moderner Franzosen Vienna Galerie Arnot 5 artists
Feb 1912 Die zweite Ausstellung der Redaktion. Der Blaue Reiter. Schwarz-Weiss Munich Hans Goltz 6 artists
Nov 13‒Dec 4, 1909 Natures Mortes et Fleurs (Peintures) Paris Galerie Eug. Blot 6 artists
Dec 3‒17, 1911 I. Ausstellung des Modernen Bundes Luzern Grand Hotel du Lac 5 artists
May‒Jun 1914 46. výstava S.V.U. Manes v Praze (členská) [46. (Member's) Exhibition of the Union of Fine Artists Manes in Prague] Prague [Pavilion in Kinsky Garden] 6 artists
1913 XXVI. Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 9 artists
1915 Sammlung Walden. Gemälde, Zeichnungen, Plastiken Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 6 artists
May 4‒Jun 25, 1913 A Művészház nemzetközi Postimpresszionista kiállitása [International Post-Impressionist Exhibition in the Művészház] Budapest Művészház 7 artists
Apr 27‒Jun 19, 1910 Nemzetközi Impresszionista kiállítás [International Impressionist Exhibition] Budapest Művészház 8 artists
Jul 3‒20, 1908 Exposition De Tableaux Modernes Paris Galerie Druet 5 artists
May 3‒15, 1909 Aquarelles & Pastels de Cézanne, H.-E. Cross, Degas, Jongkind, Camille Pissarro, K.-X. Roussel, Paul Signac, Vuillard Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 4 artists
Feb 17‒Mar 15, 1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art [Armory Show] New York Armory of the 69th Infantry 19 artists
Apr 18‒30, 1910 D'après les maîtres Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 6 artists
May 1‒15, 1912 Exposition de Quelques Indépendants Anglais Paris Galerie H. Barbazanges 4 artists
Feb 1‒Mar 31, 1914 Internationale Ausstellung in der Kunsthalle Bremen Bremen Kunsthalle Bremen 13 artists
Mar 15‒16, 1911 Tableaux Modernes. Aquarelles - Pastels - Dessins Paris Hôtel Drouot 7 artists
Mar 15‒Apr 28, 1907 Paul Gauguin [und französische Postimpressionisten] Vienna Galerie Miethke 4 artists
Jun 10, 1915 Vorticist Exhibition London Doré Gallery 4 artists
Oct 6‒Nov 5, 1911 Internationale Tentoonstelling van Moderne Kunst. Moderne Kunst Kring Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum 5 artists
Jun 10‒13, 1908 Collection Thadée Natanson Paris Hôtel Drouot 4 artists
Mar 1, 1913 Französische Impressionisten Vienna Galerie Miethke 4 artists
Oct 24‒Dec 2, 1912 XV. Jahrgang. 1912-13. Erste Ausstellung. [Galerie-Ausstellung] Berlin Paul Cassirer 5 artists
1912 Выставка сто лет французской живописи (1812-1912) [Vy'stavka sto let franczuzskoj zhivopisi (1812-1912) : Exhibition 100 Years of French Painting (1812-1912)] Saint Petersburg Institut Francais de St. Pétersbourg 13 artists
Mar 7‒Apr 12, 1909 La Libre Esthétique. Seizième Exposition Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 5 artists
Jul 7‒31, 1912 Moderner Bund. [II. Ausstellung] Zurich Kunsthaus Zürich 4 artists
Jan 1914 Moderne Franzosen Vienna Galerie Arnot 4 artists
Mar 1‒Apr 5, 1908 La Libre Esthétique, Salon Jubilaire Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 6 artists
Oct 21‒Nov 20, 1905 Exposition de Peintures Paris Galerie B. Weill 4 artists
Mar 14‒28, 1914 Woodcut Prints [Mokuhanga tenrankai mokuroku] Tokyo Hibiya Art Museum 4 artists
Mar 18‒Apr 23, 1911 La Libre Esthétique, dix-huitième Exposition à Bruxelles Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 4 artists
spring/1915 Fifty-Third Exhibition of Modern Picture by the New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 8 artists
Oct 1911 Kunst unserer Zeit in Cölner Privatbesitz Cologne Wallraf-Richartz-Museum 6 artists
1915 Der Sturm. Dreissigste Ausstellung Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 3 artists
Apr 6‒29, 1905 Exposition de Peintures, Pastels & Sculptures Paris Galerie B. Weill 3 artists
Feb‒Mar 1914 45. výstava S. V. U. Manes v Praze. Moderní umění [45. Exhibition of the Union of Fine Artists Manes in Prague. Modern Art] Prague [Pavilion in Kinsky Garden] 4 artists
Jun 3‒15, 1907 Exposition des Oeuvres (Peinture et Sculpture) de MM. Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Hermann-Paul, Lacombe, Aristide Maillol, Ranson, K-X. Roussel, Sérusier, Vallotton et Vuillard Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 3 artists
Dec 17, 1909‒Feb 6, 1910 Салон. Интернациональная выставка картин, скульптуры, гравюры и рисунков [Salon. Internaczionalʹnaya vy'stavka kartin, skulʹptury', gravyury' i risunkov : Salon. International Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, Prints and Drawings] Odessa Vladimir Izdebsky 8 artists
Apr 14‒26, 1913 Exposition Annuelle. 3e Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 3 artists
May 1‒15, 1913 XV. Jahrgang. 1912-13. Achte Ausstellung Berlin Paul Cassirer 3 artists
Oct 6‒Nov 7, 1912 Moderne Kunst Kring (Cercle de l'art moderne). Ouvrages de Peinture, Sculpture, Dessin, Gravure Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum 4 artists
Apr 29‒May 11, 1912 Exposition Annuelle, IIIe Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 3 artists
May 1907 Tavaszi kiállitás. Gauguin, Cézanne stb. művei [Spring Exhibition. Works of Gauguin, Cézanne etc.] Budapest Nemzeti Szalon 6 artists
May 26‒Jun 7, 1913 Exposition de quelques œuvres Paris Galerie M. Marseille 3 artists
Nov 25‒Dec 7, 1912 Exposition Annuelle, 1er Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 3 artists
Oct 3, 1912 Exhibition of Pictures by S. J. Peploe, J. D. Fergusson, Joseph Simpson, Anne E. Rice, Jessie Dismorr, Georges Banks, Ethel Wright, C. King, L. Atkinson, Fred. F. Foottet London Stafford Gallery 3 artists
Apr 24‒May 6, 1911 Exposition Annuelle, IIIme Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 3 artists
Apr 20‒May 2, 1914 Exposition Annuelle, 3eme Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 3 artists
Dec 1915 Fifty-Fourth Exhibition of Modern Picture by the New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 7 artists
Winter 1914 Fifty-second Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 7 artists
Mar 4‒25, 1913 XV. Jahrgang. 1912-13. Sechste Ausstellung Berlin Paul Cassirer 3 artists
May 1912 [Der Sturm]. Dritte Ausstellung. Graphik Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 3 artists
Jun‒Jul 1914 Fifty-first Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 8 artists
Dec 21, 1908‒Jan 15, 1909 Catalogue des Œuvres Exposées Paris Galerie Notre-Dame-des-Champs 3 artists
Dec 18, 1911‒Jan 3, 1912 Der Blaue Reiter. Die Erste Ausstellung der Redaktion Munich Moderne Galerie (Heinrich Thannhauser) 3 artists
Feb 26‒Mar 27, 1910 Салон. Интернациональная выстака картин, скульптуры, гравюры и рисунков [Salon. Internaczionalʹnaya vy'staka kartin, skulʹptury', gravyury' i risunkov : Salon. International Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, Prints and Drawings] Kiev Vladimir Izdebsky 8 artists
Oct 1‒Nov 8, 1908 Salon d'Automne. 6e Exposition Paris Grand Palais des Champs Elysées 10 artists
Nov 20‒Dec 16, 1911 Exposition d'Art Contemporain / Société Normande de Peinture Moderne 2me exposition Paris Galerie d'Art Ancien & d'Art Contemporain 4 artists
Jan 1913 Francia Impresszionisták (Manet) és Herman Lipót gyüjteményes kiállítása [Exhibition of the French Impressionists (Manet) and the Collected Works of Lipót Herman] Budapest Ernst Múzeum 3 artists
Dec 1913‒Jan 18, 1914 Französische Meister Vienna Galerie Miethke 3 artists
1912 Exposition d'Art Moderne Paris Galerie Manzi, Joyant & Cie. 3 artists
1914 Der Blaue Reiter Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 3 artists
1913 Der Blaue Reiter. Gemälde-Ausstellung Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 3 artists
Jun 25‒Jul 20, 1910 Салон. Интернациональная выставка картин, скульптуры, гравюры и графики [Salon. Internaczionalʹnaya vy'stavka kartin, skulʹptury', gravyury' i grafiki : Salon. International Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, Prints and Drawings] Riga Vladimir Izdebsky 7 artists
Oct‒Dec 1913 The Goupil Gallery Salon London Goupil Gallery 8 artists
Summer 1911 Forty-fifth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 6 artists
Mar 19‒22, 1907 Collection de M. George Viau (Deuxième Vente) Paris Galeries Durand-Ruel 5 artists
Jan 21‒Feb 2, 1911 XIII. Jahrgang. Winter 1910/11. VI. Ausstellung. Neue Künstler-Vereinigung München Berlin Paul Cassirer 3 artists
Feb 10‒25, 1905 Première exposition d'Ensemble d'Intimistes (Peintres d'Intérieurs) Paris Galeries Henry Graves and Co Ltd. 3 artists
Mar 2‒4, 1907 Collection de M. George Viau Paris Galeries Durand-Ruel 3 artists
Mar‒Apr 1913 Kollektion Moderner Franzosen Vienna Galerie Arnot 3 artists
Oct‒Nov 1910 Ausstellung französischer Kunst des 18., 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts Leipzig Museum der bildenden Künste 6 artists
1911 XXII. Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 7 artists
07/1913 - end/09/1913 [XV. Jahrgang. 1912/13. Zehnte Ausstellung. Sommerausstellung] Berlin Paul Cassirer 3 artists
Jul‒Aug 7, 1911 The London Salon of the Allied Artists' Association. Fourth Year London Royal Albert Hall 17 artists
Sep 1‒14, 1910 Neue Künstlervereinigung München E.V., Turnus 1910-1911. [II. Ausstellung] Munich Moderne Galerie (Heinrich Thannhauser) 3 artists
1912 XXIV. Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 7 artists
Feb 22‒Mar 25, 1906 La Libre Esthétique. La treizième Exposition Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 3 artists
Apr 12‒Sep 30, 1914 Erste Ausstellung der Freien Secession Berlin Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 7 artists
Nov 27, 1909‒Jan 9, 1910 Neunzehnte Ausstellung der Berliner Secession. Zeichnende Künste Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 5 artists
Oct 10‒30, 1912 Salon de la "Section d'Or" Paris Galerie La Boëtie 3 artists
May 2‒Jun 7, 1910 Салон. Интернациональная выставка картин, скульптуры, гравюры и графики [Salon. Internaczionalʹnaya vy'stavka kartin, skulʹptury', gravyury' i grafiki : Salon. International Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, Prints and Drawings] Saint Petersburg Vladimir Izdebsky 6 artists
Jan‒Feb 1914 Ausstellung Preis-Konkurrenz C.R. [Carl Reininghaus]. Werke der Malerei Vienna Kunstsalon Pisko 3 artists
beg/01/1913 - 20/01/1913 XV. Jahrgang. 1912-13. Dritte Ausstellung. [Sammlung Gottlieb Friedrich Reber, Barmen] Berlin Paul Cassirer 3 artists
winter/1909 Forty-Second Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 6 artists
May‒Oct 1909 Internationale Kunstschau Wien Vienna Gebäude der Kunstschau Wien 5 artists
Nov 7‒Dec 8, 1913 Moderne Kunst Kring (Cercle de l'Art Moderne) Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum 3 artists
Nov 18, 1911‒Jan 31, 1912 Neue Secession Berlin. IV. Ausstellung. Gemälde. Berlin Räumlichkeiten der Neuen Secession 3 artists
Apr‒May 1913 XXXXIII. výstava. S. V. U. Manes. Členská [XXXXIII. Exhibition. Union of Fine Artists Manes. Member's] Prague [Pavilion in Kinsky Garden] 3 artists
summer/1913 Forty-ninth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 6 artists
1913 Бубновый валет [Bubnovy'j valet : Jack of Diamonds] Saint Petersburg [Dom Shvedskoj Czerkvi] 3 artists
Jun 19‒Jul 3, 1911 Exposition de peintures & d'aquarelles de Henri Edmond Cross & Paul Signac Paris Galerie Druet 2 artists
Jan 1913 Paintings by Spencer F. Gore and Harold Gilman London Carfax Gallery 2 artists
Apr 1909 Achtzehnte Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 6 artists
Nov 23, 1911 Exhibition of Pictures by Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) and Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) London Stafford Gallery 2 artists
1906 Elfte Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 6 artists
Jan 6‒17, 1914 Exposition Cézanne Paris MM. Bernheim-Jeune & Cie 2 artists
1910 Katalog-Auszug eines Teiles der im Besitze der Modernen Galerie befindlichen Werke Munich Moderne Galerie (Heinrich Thannhauser) 4 artists
Sep 30‒Oct 18, 1907 X. Jahrgang. 1907/1908. I. Ausstellung. [Kollektionen Paul Cézanne, Curt Herrmann, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch] Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
Jul‒Aug 1905 Tentoonstelling van Schilderijen en Teekeningen door Vincent Van Gogh [Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh] Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum 2 artists
May‒Jun 1913 Skupina výtvarných umělců. III. výstava [Skupina výtvarných umělců. III. Exhibition] Prague Obecní dům 2 artists
Dec 1913 Der Sturm. Zwanzigste Ausstellung. Albert Bloch Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 2 artists
Feb 3‒15, 1913 Exposition Paris Galerie Druet 2 artists
Mar 1914 Der Sturm. Dreiundzwanzigste Ausstellung. Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 2 artists
1914 Der Sturm. Neunundzwanzigste Ausstellung Berlin Der Sturm [venues] 2 artists
May 22, 1909 Forty-First Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 5 artists
19/01/1912 - end/02/1912 Französische Meister Vienna Galerie Miethke 2 artists
1908 Fünfzehnte Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 5 artists
Oct‒Nov 1913 Eröffnungsausstellung. Kölnischer Kunstverein Cologne Gemäldegalerie des Kölnischen Kunstvereins 3 artists
Nov 14‒30, 1915 Der Sturm. Neue Kunst Brandenburg an der Havel Annenstr. 30 2 artists
Feb‒Mar 1914 Skupina výtvarných umělců. IV. výstava [Skupina výtvarných umělců. IV. Exhibition] Prague Obecní dům 2 artists
Mar‒Apr 15, 1908 Van Gogh. Gauguin. Munich Kunstsalon W. Zimmermann 2 artists
Apr 29‒Jun 1905 VII. Jahrgang. Frühjahr 1905. VII. Ausstellung. [Collectionen Vincent van Gogh, Félix Vallotton] Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
Nov 1‒Dec 7, 1913 [XVI. Jahrgang. 1913/14. Zweite Ausstellung]. Degas / Cézanne Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
Nov 17‒29, 1913 Exposition Annuelle, 1er Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 2 artists
Jan 1914 Expressionistische Ausstellung / Die neue Malerei Dresden Galerie Ernst Arnold 3 artists
Feb 20‒Mar 14, 1906 [VIII. Jahrgang. VI. Ausstellung. Kollektionen von Lovis Corinth] Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
Nov 27‒Dec 9, 1911 Exposition Annuelle, 1er Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 2 artists
Nov 1909 Eröffnungs-Ausstellung November 1909. Moderne Galerie München Munich Moderne Galerie (Heinrich Thannhauser) 3 artists
Sep 20‒Dec 1, 1913 Der Sturm. Erster Deutscher Herbstsalon Berlin Lepke-Räume 4 artists
Dec 4‒17, 1910 Exposition Annuelle, 1er Groupe Paris Galerie Druet 2 artists
Mar‒Jun 1913 Prima Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte della "Secessione" Rome Palazzo dell'Esposizone 7 artists
Mar 9, 1912 Neue Secession. V. Ausstellung. Zeichnende Künste, Plastik Berlin Räumlichkeiten der Neuen Secession 2 artists
Oct 6‒Nov 15, 1906 Salon d'Automne. 4e Exposition Paris Grand Palais des Champs Elysées 14 artists
Winter 1910 Forty-Fourth Exhibition of Modern Pictures by the New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 6 artists
summer/1910 Forty-Third Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 5 artists
Feb 1913 Privatsammlung Dr. Oskar Reichel. Wien Vienna Galerie Miethke 2 artists
Summer 1912 Forty-seventh Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 4 artists
Winter 1911 Forty-Sixth Exhibition of Modern Pictures by the New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 5 artists
Sep‒Nov 1912 II. výstava Skupiny výtvarných umělců [II. Exhibition of the Skupina výtvarných umělců] Prague Obecní dům 2 artists
ca. 10/07/1914 - 11/10/1914 XVI. Jahrgang. 1914. Sommer-Ausstellung Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
Nov‒Dec 1906 Thirty-Seventh Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries in Dering Yard 3 artists
Jun‒Jul 1906 Thirty-Sixth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries in Dering Yard 3 artists
Apr 12‒May 12, 1914 Neue Secession / VI. Ausstellung Berlin Neue Galerie 2 artists
May 9‒12, 1914 Collection Roger Marx. Tableaux, Pastels, Dessins, Aquarelles, Sculptures Paris Galerie Manzi, Joyant 3 artists
Jan‒Feb 1914 Выставка Картин Общества Художников "Бубновый Валет" [Vy'stavka Kartin Obshhestva Khudozhnikov "Bubnovy'j Valet" : Exhibition of Paintings of the "Jack of Diamonds Association"] Moscow [Dom Levisson : Levisson House] 2 artists
spring/1908 Fortieth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries in Dering Yard 3 artists
Oct 18‒Nov 25, 1905 Salon d'Automne. 3e Exposition Paris Grand Palais des Champs Elysées 12 artists
Oct 1‒Dec 30, 1910 Neue Secession Berlin I. Graphische Ausstellung Berlin Gemälde Galerie Maximilian Macht 2 artists
winter/1913 Fiftieth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 4 artists
Mar 3‒Apr 3, 1907 La Libre Esthétique. Quatorzième Exposition Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 2 artists
winter/1912 Forty-eighth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries of the Royal Society of British Artists 3 artists
Dec 6, 1907‒Jan 5, 1908 Vierzehnte Ausstellung der Berliner Secession, Zeichnende Künste Berlin Paul Cassirer 3 artists
Oct‒Nov 1912 Sammlungen Richard Muther, Ludwig Hevesi Vienna Galerie Miethke 2 artists
May 1‒31, 1907 Ausstellung französischer Kunstwerke Stuttgart Museum der bildenden Künste 3 artists
Mar 2‒Apr 2, 1907 L'Exposition d'Art Français Contemporain au Chateau Des Rohan Strasbourg Chateau des Rohan 3 artists
Jun 10‒Jul 3, 1911 Les Indépendants Cercle d'Art / VIIIme Salon annuel Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 2 artists
Jun 1‒23, 1912 Les Indépendants Cercle d'Art / IX. Salon annuel Brussels Brussels (exact location unknown) 2 artists
1907 Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres. Deuxième Congrès. Le musée du Peuple Angers Angers, Centre d'Art 3 artists
Jul‒Aug 8, 1908 The London Salon of the Allied Artists' Association. 1st year London Royal Albert Hall 13 artists
Dec 1906 Zwölfte Kunstausstellung der Berliner Secession. Zeichnende Künste Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
Dec 7‒30, 1906 [IX. Jahrgang. III. Ausstellung. Schwarz-Weiss Ausstellung der Berliner Secession] Berlin Paul Cassirer 2 artists
autumn/1907 Thirty-Ninth Exhibition of Modern Pictures by the New English Art Club London Galleries in Dering Yard 2 artists
Apr 1910 Zwanzigste Ausstellung der Berliner Secession Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 3 artists
May 16‒Oct 31, 1911 Internationale Kunstausstellung der Münchener Secession Munich Königliches Kunstausstellungsgebäude am Königsplatz 3 artists
May‒Jun 1907 Thirty-eighth Exhibition of Modern Pictures. New English Art Club London Galleries in Dering Yard 2 artists
May 1‒Oct 20, 1907 Internationale Kunstausstellung Mannheim Mannheim Kunsthalle Mannheim 5 artists
Feb 29‒Apr 20, 1908 Frühjahr-Ausstellung des Vereins bildender Künstler Münchens "Secession" Munich Königliches Kunstausstellungsgebäude am Königsplatz 2 artists
Feb 17‒Apr 15, 1906 Internationale Kunstausstellung Bremen Bremen Kunsthalle Bremen 4 artists
Jul 1909 The London Salon of the Allied Artists' Association: 2nd year London Royal Albert Hall 5 artists
Dec 1908 Sechzehnte Ausstellung der Berliner Secession. Zeichnende Künste Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 2 artists
Nov‒Dec 1911 Dreiundzwanzigste Ausstellung der Berliner Secession. Zeichnende Künste Berlin Ausstellungshaus am Kurfürstendamm 208/9 2 artists
1912 Sommaire des Peintures et Sculptures de l'École Contemporaine exposées dans les Galeries du Musée National du Luxembourg Paris Musée National du Luxembourg 5 artists
May‒Oct 1913 LIA. Leipziger Jahresausstellung 1913 Leipzig Gelände der Internationalen Baufach-Ausstellung 3 artists
Feb‒Jun 1914 Seconda Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte "della Secessione". Rome Palazzo dell'Esposizone 2 artists
1913 Exposition Universelle et Internationale de Gand en 1913: Groupe II. Beaux-Arts: Œuvres modernes. Ghent Exposition universelle de Gand 6 artists
May 9‒Nov 2, 1914 Exposition Générale des Beaux-Arts / Salon Triennale Brussels Palais du Cinquantenaire 3 artists
Apr 22‒Oct 31, 1907 VII. Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte della Città di Venezia Venice Giardini Pubblici 3 artists
Apr 22‒Oct 31, 1905 VI. Esposizione d'Arte della Città di Venezia Venice Giardini Pubblici 2 artists
Catalogue
Post-Impressionist and Futurist Exhibition. 1913.
Nr. of pages: [PDF page number: 17].
Holding Institution: Victoria & Albert National Art Library
Preface
Frank Rutter: Foreword, 5 p.

„FOREWORD
THIS exhibition is an attempt to set forth in a coherent and so far as possible in a chronological order examples of various schools of painting which have made some noise in the world during the last quarter of a century. The loose way in which the term „post-impressionist“ has been used to cover a number of varying, and in some respects contradictory movements, has naturally confused a public seldom inclined to push very far its analysis of modern painting.
Now the French Impressionist movement of 1870 was based on two great principals:
1. The instantaneous vision of a whole scene as opposed to the consecutive vision that seen nature piece by piece;
2. The substitution of a natural chiaroscura of colour based on the solar spectrum for a conventional chiaroscura of tone based on black and white.
The first was not a new discovery, it was a principle more or less recognised by most of the old masters, a principle which urged Titian, Rembrandt and others to give more breath and less detail in their painting as they grew older, a principle which has intuitively prompted art lovers all the whole world over frequently to prefer a sketch to a „finished picture“.
The second was essentially a new discovery, though earlier painters, and especially Delacroix, had been moving in that direction. The change, amounting to a revolution, brought about by the adoption of this principle showed itself markedly in the painting of shadows. Whereas formerly painters were apt to ask of a grey whether it was merely light or dark, these impressionist painters went further and asked if it was a purplish gray, a blue gray, a greenish gray, and so on. This research into the colour of light and especially into the colour of shadows, begun by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Sisley, was further developed by Seurat and Paul Signac, the leaders of the neo impressionist movement. The school which sought to give the brilliance of light by the juxtaposition of touches of pure, undegraded pigment, had offspring in the groups known as The „Divisionists,“ „Pointillists,“ and „Intimists.“ The two former were dogmatic in their methods, the last adopted the divisionist principles only so far as these suited their subject and their own tempraments. But all these schools aimed at truth [p. 1]
to nature, and many of the leading members have painted the colour of light and shadow with a truth and brilliance never before attained in the history of art.
Camille Pissarro has been appropriately chosen as the starting point for this exhibition. Both in his landscapes and in his figure subjects the two great principles of French Impressionism came to their full fruition. While as the master of Gauguin and Van Gogh he unconsciously brought into being the painters who, with Cézanne, were to be the parents of most that is known as „post impressionism.“
The „Divisionists“ are represented in this exhibition by Signac, Cros, and the Belgian artist M. Theo van Rysselberg. It is interesting to note that the last, in his recent work has abandoned his former dogmatic pointillism touch.
MM. Bonnard and Vuillard are accepted masters of „Intimist“ painting in France, but in England another turn has been given to the movement. M. Lucien Pissarro, eldest son of Camille Pisssarro, brought to England the priciples of French Impressionism. Mr. Walter Sickert, once a pupil of Whistler, had already acquainted himself in Paris with the art of the earlier impressionists, and these two quietly working in London and attracting to themselves congenial spirits, have produced the highly promising group of painters associated with the name of Camden Town. Allowing for individual and racial temperament differences, Messrs. Spencer Gore, Gilman, Ginner and others of this group, might with least confusion be regarded as the „intimists“ of England.
It must always be remembered that classification at best is but a clumsy and inexact contrivance, and art is so much the affair of the individual that any attempt to classify artists in courting disaster. Nevertheless there are colser affinities between some artists than others, though strict classification is impossible when we are dealing with all the ramifications of modern painting. Mention must now be made of three artists exceedingly hard to classify.
Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) was numbered in his lifetime among the Impressionists, with whom he exhibited ; but to-day he is commonly regarded as the Father of Post-Impressionism. The unique position he holds between the older and younger schools is best explained by his own words:–„I wish to make of impressionism something solid and durable like the art of the old [p. 2]
masters.“ Whereas most of his comrades were pre-occupied with rendering of transitory, fugitive effects of light, Cezanne seemed concearned with expressing in terms of colour the eternal verities of things themselves. His art was more simple, less complex than that of Monet and Pissarro ; his analysis of colour was more summary, his expression more vigorous and forcible. Cézanne has had and still has an immense influence on modern painting. Weaker disciples are apt to imitate his superficial mannerisms and his defects rather than his qualities, but others have learnt from him to have the courage of their own vision and give that „plain, forcible statement of things seen“ which distinguishes much of the best contemporary French work, including notably the paintings of Albert Marquet. Attention may here be called to the remarkable group of young aquarellists who have been influenced by Cézanne as well as by Pissarro. Hitherto, France has had individual artists in water colours of great distinction, like Jaquemart, but never a great water colour school. The growth of this school in the present century is foreshadowed by the brilliant drawings of MM. Asselin, Ludovic Rodo, Doucet, Picard Le Doux, Paul Emile Pissarro, and other young artists represented in this exhibition.
Vincent Van Gogh (1853-90), in turn a shop-assistant, a schoolmaster and a missionary, only began painting in 1885, and was at first influenced by Pissarro and Seurat whom he met in Paris soon after he left Holland in 1886. His comparatively early river scene (No. 15) in this exhibition in a typical neoimpressionist painting. He rapidly developed a very distinctive style of his own, remarkable for its vehemence of attack, fierce strokes of paint being rained almost like blows on the canvas. He was the most passionate of painters, and the extraordinary intensity of this vivid impressions has been likened by a sympathetic conoisseur to our impression of „things seen momentarily in the duration of a lightning flash.“ His work has had an influence on modern art hardly inferior to that of Cézanne. His colour is of a high order and pitch, showing a fine sensibility for the splendour of pigment.
Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) learnt painting from Camille Pissarro, whose style he emulated closely in his earlier works. His mother was a Creole, and he was born with a passion for the tropics, and in 1891 he sailed for Tahiti where he sought to paint primitive [p. 3]
folk in a primitive style. Gauguin was not a realist, but an idealist and he found his ideal among the unspoilt barbarians of the Pacific. When a literary friend quarrelled with his ideal, Gauguin replied, „Your civilization is your disease, my barbarism is my restoration to health.“ This sentence gives us the clue to the movement known as „Fauvism,“ which to a great extent was influenced by the examples of Gauguin.
Philosophers can easily make out a case for regarding the whole of modern European civilization as a disease. „If our life is deseased,“ said some young painters of Paris, „our art must be deseased also, and we an only restore art to health by starting it afresh like children or savages.“ The old masters were swept aside by these young revolutionaries who sought inspiration from the rudimentary art of savage and barbaric nations. Forcible, child-like scrawls began to appear in the Paris exhibitions, and these earned the authors the nickname '''fauves''' (wild beasts), a term which was accepted by the painters as fitly embodying their hatred of the tame and conventional. M. Henri Matisse has good claims to be regarded the leader of this '''fauviste''' movement, which has a salient merit in so far as it aims at simplicity and at securing a maximum of expression with the most rigig economy of means.
The weakness of the '''fauvist''' group is that too many of its members have derived their impetus from art rather than from nature. The figures Cézanne and Gauguin are the parents of many fauvist pictures, and apart from M. Matisse, the most original of all, the fauves may be sub-divided according to the masters by whom they have most been influenced. Serusier is perhaps the most gifted of those influenced by Gauguin; Doucet and Friesz of those influenced by Cézanne.
Loosely attached to this group are English and American artist like J. D. Ferguson and Miss Rice who have been encouraged by the freedom of the fauves to follow their own instinctive live for bright colour and pattern. Generally the '''fauviste''' movement may be regarded as an extreme emotional reaction against the too coldly intellectual tendencies of other painters. Art is always swinging between emotion and intellectuality, and painters who keep the balance between the two are rare.
How cubism grew out of fauvism may be studies by the curious in three photographs of works my M. Pablo Picasso. This young [p. 4]
Spanish artst accomplished in early youth a series of masterly drawings and etchings in orthodox styles. Later he developed the angular style sen in this „Lady with a Fan.“ The transition from this to „Head of a Lady with a Mantill,“ (No. 74) is easy to follow, and here we have the beginnings of cubism. But after this comes the „Portrait if M. Kahnweiler,“ (No. 73). Although the father of cubism M. Picasso disclaims being a cubist himself, he calls himself a realist. According to the artist, his latest works show „things as they are and not as they appear“; that is to say they do not show '''one''' aspect of objects but a number of sectional aspects seen from different standpoints and arbitrarily grouped together in one composition. Of many artists whom Picasso has influenced Herbin is undoubtedly one of the most gifted and original, his work having a charm of bright colour which the almost monotone paintings of M. Picasso do not posses.
This idea of the sectional statement of divers aspects of different things has been developed, with an accent on the expression of movement, by the group of Italian painters known as the „Futurists,“ and though there is strong evidence that Signor Severini developed his own style independently of Picasso–as Segantini did of Monet–the majority of the futurists have been more or less influenced by Picasso. A similar development in Paris has been given the name of '''„Orfeism,“''' and of this movement M. Delaunay is the protagonist. That „cubism“ and „futurism“ have already stirred English artists is shown by the contributions of Mr. Wyndham Lewis, Mr. Wadsworth, Mr. Nevinson and others,
This foreword has seemed necessary to emphasise, even at the risk of boredom, the fact that all „post-impressionism“ is not a development of „impressionism.“ Much is a reaction against the stern intellectual discipline which true impressionism necessitates. Movements so contrary and so numerous cannot be swallowed whole however they are labelled, and the work of each individual artist must be studied and analysed if justice is to be done to the various groups and fusions of groups concealed under the term „Post-Impressionism.“
FRANK RUTTER.“
Note
"Most of the Exhibits are for sale.", n.p. (before first cat. no.)
Additional Notes
No date given in catalogue. Date information taken from E. Fry, Cubism, New York 1966, p. 185, cited in: Donald E. Gordon: Modern Art Exhibitions 1900-1916 Vol. 1/2, 1/2. Munich: Prestel 1974.

+Gender Distribution (Pie Chart)

+Artists’ Age at Exhibition Start(Bar Chart)

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+Catalogue Entries by Nationality(Pie Chart)

Name Date of Birth Date of Death Nationality # of Cat. Entries
Camille Pissarro 1831 1903 FR 7
Paul Cézanne 1839 1906 FR 2
Paul Gauguin 1848 1903 FR 1
Vincent van Gogh 1853 1890 NL 12
Théo van Rysselberghe 1862 1926 BE 2
Paul Sérusier 1864 1927 FR 1
Pierre Bonnard 1867 1947 FR 1
Edouard Vuillard 1868 1940 FR 1
Henri Edmond Cross 1856 1910 FR 1
Paul Signac 1863 1935 FR 1
Lucien Pissarro 1863 1944 FR 5
Ludovico Rodolphe Pissarro 1878 1952 FR 6
Henri Matisse 1869 1954 FR 2
Robert Delaunay 1885 1941 FR 2
Albert Marquet 1875 1947 FR 1
Othon Friesz 1879 1949 FR 2
Charles Camoin 1879 1965 FR 2
Renée Finch 1876 1954 GB 2
Harald Sund 1876 1940 NO 1
Stanisława Karłowska 1876 1952 GB 1
P. Conway 2
Henri Gensel 5
Malcolm Drummond 1880 1945 GB 1
James Bolivar Manson 1879 1945 GB 2
Spencer Gore 1878 1914 GB 3
Charles Ginner 1878 1952 GB 2
Harold Gilman 1876 1919 GB 3
Robert Polhill Bevan 1865 1925 GB 2
William Ratcliffe 1870 1955 GB 1
Diana White 1868 1950 GB 2
Gino Severini 1883 1966 IT 2
John Duncan Fergusson 1874 1961 GB 4
Anne Estelle Rice 1879 1959 US 2
Bertha L. Case 3
Christopher Nevinson 1889 1946 GB 6
Auguste Herbin 1882 1960 FR 4
Edward Wadsworth 1889 1949 GB 6
Cuthbert Hamilton 1884 1959 GB 3
Walter Richard Sickert 1860 1942 GB 5
Charles Alexandre Picart le Doux 1881 1959 FR 5
Frederick Etchells 1886 1973 GB 6
Wyndham Lewis 1882 1957 GB 7
André Dunoyer de Segonzac 1884 1974 FR 1
Pablo Picasso 1881 1973 ES 1
Auguste-Elysée Chabaud 1882 1955 FR 1
Jean Marchand 1882 1941 FR 1
André Derain 1880 1954 FR 1
André Lhote 1885 1962 FR 1
Horace Brodzky 1885 1969 AU 2
Alfred Aaron Wolmark 1877 1961 GB 3
Henri Doucet 1883 1915 FR 10
Maurice Asselin 1882 1947 FR 5
Marcel Fournier 1869 1917 FR 4
Jerome S. Blum 1884 1956 US 3
Max Pechstein 1881 1955 DE 4
Franz Marc 1880 1916 DE 2
Gabriele Münter 1877 1962 DE 1
Walther Bötticher 1885 1916 DE 2
Paul-Emile Pissarro 1884 1972 FR 8
Ethel Wright 1866 1939 GB 1
George Manzana-Pissarro 1871 1961 FR 6
Recommended Citation: "Post-Impressionist and Futurist Exhibition." In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Feb 5, 2020. https://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/600