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The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Wiene), 214

Cabré, Manuel, 127


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Cage, John, 11 , 226 , 282 , 283

Calder, Alexander, 52 , 193 , 276

Calder, Alexander Stirling, 276

California: anti-Mexican bias in, 126 ;

artist émigrés in, 42 ;

eastern perspective on, 1 , 15 n.2, 157 , 159 ;

European influences on, 8 , 10 ;

invented traditions of, 4 , 15 n.3;

isolation of, 13 , 34 , 158 -59, 160 , 166 ;

promotional art of, 92 n.33;

reverence for settlers of, 69 -70, 79 ;

transformation into cosmopolitan center, 34 , 42

California Art Club (Los Angeles; formerly Painters' Club), 275

California Art Research Project, 283

California Arts,275

California Arts and Architecture magazine, 126 , 257 , 284

California Camera Club, 269 n.39;

Camera Craft magazine, 247 , 255 , 257 , 258 -59, 274

California College of Arts and Crafts (Oakland; formerly California School of Arts and Crafts), 275

California Color Society, 227

California Data (Shore), 170

California Graduate School of Design (Pasadena), 283

California Industrial Scenes (Howard), 105

California Landscape (Macdonald-Wright), plate 3

California-Pacific International Exhibition (San Diego), 282

California Palace of the Legion of Honor (San Francisco), 102 , 103 , 279 ;

exhibitions of abstract expressionism, 114 -115 (see also specific artists )

California Progressive Group, 277

California School of Arts and Crafts (Oakland; later California College of Arts and Crafts), 275

California School of Fine Arts (San Francisco; formerly Mark Hopkins Institute of Art and San Francisco Institute of Art), 55 -61, 114 , 208 n.64, 277 , 285 ;

antiauthoritarianism ethos at, 57 ;

rejection of surrealist automatism, 202 , 208 n.65

California Society of Artists (San Francisco), 274

California Society of Etchers (San Francisco), 275

California watercolor school, 62

California Watercolor Society (Los Angeles), 278

Callahan, Kenneth, 104

camera clubs, 245 , 267 n.2

Camera Craft magazine, 247 , 255 , 257 , 258 -59, 274

Cándida Smith, Richard, 10

Cannon Art School (Los Angeles), 275

Cantú, Federico, 122

Carey, Paul, 16 n.9

Carmel Art Association, 280

Carmel Arts and Crafts Society, 274

Carmel-by-the-Sea artists' colony, 274

Carmel Institute of Art, 283

cartoon books, 64 n.39

cartoons, 238

Castel, Father Louis-Bertrand, 224

Catholic Church, 75

Centaur Gallery (Hollywood), 134 , 181 , 282

Cézanne, Paul, 108

Chadwick, Whitney, 204 n.9

chance, theme of, 205 n.24, 206 n.41

chaos, theme of, 195

Charlot, Jean, 122 , 123 , 129 , 133 ;

The History of Art from the Mayas to Walt Disney , 132 ;

Luz , 133 ;

Mayan influence on, 132 ;

Ministry of Education murals, 130 ;

Picture Book No. 1 , 133

Bob Chatterton's Film Society, 233

Cheney, Sheldon, 15 n.6

Un Chien Andalou (Dalí and Buñuel, 223

Chinese Revolutionary Artists' Club (San Francisco), 279

Chirico, Giorgio de, 183 -84;

exhibition at Stendahl Art Galleries, 281

Chouinard School of Art (Los Angeles; later Chouinard Art Institute), 166 , 227 , 278

chronology of modern art in California, 273 -87

cinema. See film; film-as-an-art

Cinema Arts, Society of, 233

Circle Gallery (Hollywood), 181

Circle magazine, 285

Circles (Fischinger), 224

Citizen's Committee to Protect the Rincon Annex Murals, 92 n.43

city symphonies, 235

The Civil War (Refregier), 81

Clair, René: Entr'acte , 219

Clapp, William, 100 , 102

Clarke, Alson, 123 , 135 n.6

Clarke House (Santa Fe Springs, Calif.; Gill), 149

class struggle, theme of, 77

Clements, Grace, 185

Clinic of Stumble (Hirsh and Peterson), 234

Coate, Roland E., 139

Cocteau, Jean: Blood of a Poet , 223

cognitive art vs. perceptual art, 37 n.16

cognitive association, 24

Coit Memorial Tower murals (San Francisco), 73 -74, 100 , 105 -6, 282

Cold War, 78

College of Fine Arts (University of Southern California at Garvanza), 274

color: abstractions in, 26 -27;

and harmony, 26

colorism, 16 n.8

color organs, 230 -31

Commercial Artists' Club of Los Angeles, 279

The Communist Manifesto (Marx), 66 n.70

The Communist Manifesto in


293

Pictures (McChesney and H. Smith, illustrators), 285

Community Arts Association of Santa Barbara, 278

competitiveness among artists, 158

Composition in Blue (Fischinger), 224

Concrete Building and Investment Co., 149

concrete construction, 142 , 145-48, 150 ;

and concealed structure, 149 , 152 -53;

as continuation of Mediterranean/Hispanic style, 144 ;

cost of, 146 , 149 ;

Hillman system, 148 ;

hollow-wall technique, 148 ;

lift-slab technique, 146 , 148 , 149 ;

potential of, 143 -44

Concrete House Building Co., 144

Congress of Industrial Organizations, 77

Conner, Bruce, 202

constructivism, 193

Contemporary Artists of San Diego (formerly Associated Artists of San Diego), 280

Copley, William, 182 , 285

Copley Galleries (Los Angeles), 181 -82, 192 , 285

Copper (Dike), 172

Corbett, B. Cooper: J. Wesley Roberts House (Los Angeles), 146 , 147

Corbett, Edward, 55 , 57 ;

disillusionment with science, 66 n.62;

reactionary regionalism of, 62 ;

Untitled , 58 , 59 , 66 n.70

Cornejo, Francisco, 122 , 129 ;

Xochiquetzal , 127

Cornell, Joseph, 285

Cornwell, Dean, 279

Coronet Theatre (Los Angeles), 233

cosmic birth, theme of, 184

Cosmicide (Lundeberg), 185 , 186 , 188

Courvoisier Gallery (San Francisco), 181

Cowell, Henry, 276

Creation in Form and Color (Hofmann), 107

Creative Film Associates, 233

Crehan, Hubert, 65 n.60

Crespo, Jorge Juan, 122 , 127 ;

Sons of Italy Hall murals, 129

Criffith, Corinne, 130

Crippen, Fred: Blues Pattern , 238 ;

Performing Painter , 238

The Crowd (Hagedorn), plate 2

Crucifix (Lebrun), 45

crucifix as a metaphor for war, 45

cubism, 33 , 167 , 193

Cubism and Abstract Art (Museum of Modern Art, New York City), 108

Cunningham, Imogen, 251 , 254 , 257 , 260 , 262 , 268 n. 15, 277 ;

Mills College Amphitheater , 261 ;

on photography, 267

Cypress, Point Lobos, Carmel, California (Noskowiak), 266


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