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Galerie Beaux Arts (San Francisco), 279

Galileo (Brecht and Laughton), 285

Gamble House (Pasadena; Charles and Henry Greene), 275

Games (Harrington), 223

Garnett, Porter, 4

Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri, 37 n. 16

Gaw, William, 284

Gebhard, David, 10

Gee, Yun, 6 , 7 , 278 , 279

Gehry, Frank O., 139 , 153

Genesis (Lebrun), 106

Genesis #2 (Feitelson), 184 , 184 -85

Genthe, Arnold, 262 ;

Pictures of Old Chinatown , 277

geometric abstraction, 57

George, Myron, 84 , 85

Gerald McBoing Boing (Engel), 238

German art: influence of, 100 -102, 109 -12, 130See also Bauhaus; German expressionism

German expressionism, 6 , 16 n.9

German Warehouse (Richland Center, Wisc.; F. L. Wright), 144

Gerstle, William, 104

gestural painting, 14 , 236

Getty Conservation Institute, 107

Ghosts before Noon (Richter), 219 , 221


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The Girls of Jermayne MacAgy , (Bischoff), 208 n.64

Gilbert, Cass: United States Army supply base (Brooklyn, N.Y.), 144 , 145 ;

Woolworth Building (New York City), 144

Gill, Irving J., 21 , 143 , 155 n.30;

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

Dodge House (Hollywood), 149 , 276 ;

Laughton House (Los Angeles), 149 ;

Lee and Teats House (San Diego), 152 ;

Lewis Court (Sierra Madre), 149 ;

purist approach to design, 149 , 152 ;

relationship to California's past, 151 ;

Ellen B. Scripps House (La Jolla), 151 ;

Scripps Recreation Center (La Jolla), 150 ;

use of concrete, 148 -49, 152

Giorgio de Chirico (Stendahl Art Galleries, Los Angeles), 281

Gleizes, Albert, 169

Glendale Art Association, 278

Goldberg, Rube: Automatic Hitler Kicking Machine , 52 , 64 n.30

The Golden Gate before the Bridge, San Francisco, California (Adams), 253

Golden Gate International Exhibition (Treasure Island), 283

Goldfadn, Avrom: Tenth Commandment , 239 n.8

Gold Rush, 69-70

Goldschmidt, Adolph, 109

Goldstein, Philip. See Guston, Philip

Goldsworthy-Clark School of Allied Arts (Los Angeles), 279

Goodhue, Bertram G., 139 , 279

Gorky, Arshile, 46 ;

exhibition at San Francisco Museum of Art, 284

government, U.S., arts funding by. See United States government, arts funding by

Goya, Francisco: Disasters of War; 48

Graham, Martha, 112

Grand Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West (NSGW), 77 -78

Grant, Joseph Donohue, 70

Grape Arbor (T. L. Hunt), 167

Great Film Society, 233

Greenberg, Clement, 4 , 15 n.5

Green Dolphin Street (Newcombe), 214

Greene, Charles and Henry, 143 ;

David B. Gamble House (Pasadena), 275

Grey, Elmer, 146

Griffith, D. W.: Intolerance , 214

Grillo, John, 56 , 57

Gropius, Walter, 109 -10

Group f.64, 11 , 245 , 249 -67;

at 683 Brockhurst gallery, 251 , 256 , 258 -59;

aesthetics of, 257 ;

critical reception of, 255 -56;

exhibitions, 252 , 254 -55, 257 , 268 n.22;

exhibition statement of, 252 -54, 268 n. 15;

legacy of, 264 -67;

origin of, 249 -52, 268 n. 15;

women in, 259 -62

Group of Independent Artists of Los Angeles, 163 , 167 , 278

Grove, Otis M., 274

Guernica (Picasso), 46

Guerrero, Xavier, 126

Guggenheim, Peggy, 102 -3, 284

Guggenheimer, Mrs. Caesar, 122

Guggenheim Foundation, 226 , 230 -31

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York City), 226 , 231

Guston, Philip (formerly Goldstein), 79 , 122 , 277 ;

American Negro , 281 ;

Tubercular Sanitorium fresco (Los Angeles), 191

Gutmann, John, 282


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