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When possible, brief histories of the galleries are included, as are some references to the archives of artists and scholars that also may contain information on provenance.
When searching for documentation about objects that have passed through a gallery still in operation, begin by contacting the gallery in writing.
Likewise the Zentralarchiv des internationalen Kunsthandels (ZADIK) houses extensive materials on contemporary dealers in Europe that have not been indexed below.
Descriptions of records given below are summary, and researchers are advised to confirm with the holding institution that the desired material is available.
Artists' Gallery, New York Founded in 1936 by Hugh Stix and directed by Federica Beer-Monti.
A nonprofit organization supported by contributions, it exhibited works of artists not represented by a commercial dealer, including Josef Albers and Louis Eilshemius. Associated American Artists, New York Established in 1934 to promote the sale of prints through department stores.
Stephan von Auspitz, Vienna Director of an Österreichische Kreditanstalt, Vienna.
Following the bank's failure in 1932 the Austrian government seized the bank and the personal property of its directors, including the large collection of paintings owned by von Auspitz.
For example, most oral history interviews with dealers conducted by the Archives of American Art are not referenced here.
Part of the collection was exhibited at Agnews, London, in 1931.
Within two years Bachstitz had sold 1,200 objects from the collection.
In 1935 they added oils, watercolors, and other media.
Later the New York headquarters replaced the department store project.
After Alan left in 1969 the gallery was known as the Felix Landau Gallery.