University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Carlton Lake:

An Inventory of His Collection in the Art Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Lake, Carlton, 1915-2006
Title: Carlton Lake Art Collection
Inclusive Dates: circa 1670-1985 (bulk circa 1910-1935)
Abstract: The Carlton Lake Art Collection is comprised mainly of drawings on paper, plus some paintings and sculpture, by modern French artists, most of whom had some connection to the French literary scene. The works of Christian Bérard, Félix Hilaire Buhot, Jean Cocteau, Raoul Dufy, André Hellé, Jean Hugo, Valentine Hugo, Berthe Morisot, Armand Rassenfosse, Odilon Redon, Arthur Rimbaud, Sir Francis Rose, and Ivan Thiele dominate the collection. Other prominent artists represented include Bac, Berrichon, Bonnard, Calder, Cézanne, Cosway, Dumas fils, Ionesco, de Groux, Jacob, John, Marceau, Monnier, Picasso, Rodin, Stein, and Toulouse-Lautrec.
Extent: 41 boxes, 1 flat file drawer (1,113 items)
Repository: Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Carlton Lake (born 1915, Brockton, Massachusetts; died 2006, Austin, Texas) was the curator of the French Collection at the Harry RansomCenter. He was the Paris art critic for the Christian Science Monitor (1950-1965), as well as a regular contributor to the Atlantic Monthly, and other periodicals. He is the author of In Quest of Dali, 1969; Confessions of a Literary Archaeologist, 1990; co-author (with Françoise Gilot, Picasso's ex-mistress) of Life with Picasso, 1964; editor of A Dictionary of Modern Painting, 1956; and has authored and co-authored other books.

Lake graduated from the Boston University College of Liberal Arts (1936), and Columbia University (M.A. in Italian, 1937). He did doctoral studies at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, as well as at the École du Louvre, the Sorbonne, and the Collège de France. He was also in the Marines during World War II.

Lake started collecting in 1936, and when he moved to France after World War II, his collecting advanced and broadened. He put together a major research collection by acquiring primary works, as well as the background material on the writers and their environment, which give context to those primary works. The entire Lake Collection at the Ransom Center (of which the Carlton Lake Art Collection is one part) includes manuscripts, books, music, and photography.

Carlton Lake curated the Ransom Center exhibitions Baudelaire to Beckett: A Century of French Art & Literature, 1976; and No Symbols Where None Intended (a Samuel Beckett exhibition), 1984. He co-curated an exhibition on Henri-Pierre Roché (the author of Jules et Jim) in 1991.

Lake was a full-time resident of Paris 1950-1975, and then divided his time between France and the U.S. 1976-1984. Before his position as curator of the French Collection, Lake served as a consultant to the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center from 1969 to 1975.


Scope and Contents

The Carlton Lake Art Collection is comprised mainly of works by modern French artists, circa 1772-1985 (bulk circa 1910-1935). Most of the works are on paper; there are a few paintings and sculptural works. Almost all of the artists had some connection to the French literary scene. The works are arranged alphabetically by artist, with a few exceptions.

Works by a few artists, including Christian Bérard, Félix Hilaire Buhot, Jean Cocteau, Raoul Dufy, André Hellé, Jean Hugo, Valentine Hugo, Berthe Morisot, Armand Rassenfosse, Odilon Redon, Arthur Rimbaud (as both artist and subject), Sir Francis Rose, and Ivan Thiele dominate the collection. In addition to these artists, other prominent artists whose works are present include Ferdinand Bac, Paterne Berrichon, Pierre Bonnard, Alexander Calder, Paul Cézanne, Richard Cosway, Alexandre Dumas fils, Euène Ionesco, Henri de Groux, Max Jacob, Augustus John, Marcel Marceau, Marie Monnier, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Leo Stein, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Cross references to artists are provided within the alphabetically arranged folder list for a few works that have been filed by subject, or to other artist attributions.

Works by Jean Cocteau make up nearly one-fourth of this collection, and are arranged in the following groups: Portraits (alphabetical by subject, followed by unidentified portrait subjects); Drawings for Theatrical Productions; Drawings for Publications; Drawings of Miscellaneous Subjects; and Drawings for Emblems and Devices for Les Editions de la Sirène.

Approximately 250 of the items in this collection originated from Jean Cocteau's personal collection (up to about 1935), which had originally been sold to Henri Lefebvre by Maurice Sachs and Robert delle Donne. The Cocteau materials include drawings by Cocteau: his illustrations for Les Enfants terribles, Les Parents terribles, and Orphée; sketches for his Le Potomak; a study for Honegger's opera, Antigone; designs for Satie's Parade; sketch for a design for a cover for Poulenc's Toréador (song with words by Cocteau); a group of sheets with samples of Cocteau's signature in various styles and imitations of the signatures of others, with obscene caricatures of political and society figures on the versos; sketchbooks; and Cocteau's drawings and sketches of Georges Auric, Léon Bakst, Barbette, André Beucler, Jacques-Emile Blanche, Berthe Bovy, Blaise Cendrars, Paul Delaroche, Jean Desbordes, Tony de Gandarillas, Valentine Hugo, Tamara Karsavina, Charlotte Lysès, Comtesse de Noailles, Marianne Oswald, Raymond Radiguet, Gérard Berthier de Savigny, and Erik Satie. The Cocteau materials also include works by Christian Bérard, Paul Delaroche, Raoul Dufy, Olavo d'Eça Leal, Serge Férat, Jean and Valentine Hugo, Roger de La Fresnaye, Marie Laurencin, Jean Oberlé, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Théodore Strawinsky, Léopold Survage, and Paulet Thévenaz. The artwork from Cocteau's collection can be identified in the folder list by accession numbers which are underlined. Further information about the Jean Cocteau collection can be found in Carlton Lake's Confessions of a Literary Archaeologist (1990).

The Carlton Lake Art Collection also encompasses a large group of art works from the collection of the painter and designer, Valentine (Gross) Hugo, who was married to Jean Hugo, and later AndréBreton's mistress. Valentine Hugo's collection includes many works by Jean Hugo and Jean Cocteau.

The Lake Collection includes a large number of portraits, mainly of authors and poets who were living in France, and other people who were connected to the French artistic scene of the early twentieth century. Portrait subjects include Guillaume Apollinaire, composer Georges Auric, Léon Paul Fargue, André Maurois, Lady Ottoline Morrell, Auguste Renoir, philologist and historian Ernest Renan, Gertrude Stein, and Paul Verlaine. There are also works that were created for various published works, including woodcuts by André Derain for Apollinaire's L'enchanteur pourrissant (1909); illustrations by Henri de Groux for Remy de Gourmont's Le Fantime and Histoires magiques; lithographs by Luc-Albert Moreau for Francis Carco's Tableau de l'amour vénal (1924); three linoleum blocks cut by Henri Matisse for a planned (but never published) edition of Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal, which was to have been designed and printed by Daragnès; drawings by Armand Rassenfosse for Claude Farrère's Shahra Sultane (1923); prints by Georges Rouault for his own Cirque de l'Étoile filante (1938), and for Vollard's Réincarnations du Pére Ubu (1932); and two drawings by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry for his Le Petit Prince. This finding aid includes a subject index which lists the portrait subjects and names of associated works (published works, music compositions, theater productions, etc.) that have been identified in the Lake Collection.


 

Notes Concerning Arrangement and the Folder List
The works are housed in 35 medium size boxes, 3 oversize boxes, and 1 flat-file drawer, except for a few works which are in other locations (the French Curator's office, the vault, long term loan). The works in the first 7 boxes are arranged alphabetically by creator. Boxes 8-34 contain works by certain artists who are represented by a number of works in the Lake Collection (Bérard, Buhot, Cocteau, Dufy, J. Hugo, V. Hugo, Morisot, Redon, Rimbaud, Rose, Thiele). Works by unidentified artists are in Box 35. Oversize items were placed either in the 3 oversize boxes 36-38 or the flat-file as appropriate. The following folder list includes creators, titles of works, number of items, format, media, dimensions, and accession numbers.

Restrictions

Access:

Open for research. A minimum of twenty-four hours is required to pull art materials to the Reading Room.


Related Material

The Carlton Lake Collection at the Ransom Center encompasses a large body of manuscripts and more than 5,000 volumes. There are also photographs in the Photography Collection's Carlton Lake Literary Files. Three gouache paintings by Jean Lurçat for Patrice de La Tour Du Pin's Bestiaire fabuleux (1950) have been transferred to the Carlton Lake Manuscript Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase and gift, 1965-1998

Processed by:

Helen Young, 1998-1999


Sources

Shavelson, Michael B. "Parisian Fields of Texas,"Bostonia (Fall 1997).

Basbanes, Nicholas A. A Gentle Madness: Bibliophiles, Bibliomanes, and the Eternal Passion for Books (New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1996).


Folder List

 

Box
1.1 Al΄tman, Natan Isaevich. [Paul Fort: head portrait, inscribed: “A Mademoiselle Germaine d’Orfer”].
1 drawing (pencil), 20.5 x 11.1 cm. (2004.13.1)
Arrabal, Fernando.
4 drawings (color; ink on transparent plastic), 29.7 x 21 cm.
Box
1.2 Ionesco.
(97.7.2)
Box
1.3 James Joyce.
(97.7.4)
Box
1.4 Kafka.
(97.7.3)
Box
1.5 Mishima.
(97.7.1)
Box
1.6 Bac, Ferdinand. Verlaine.
1 drawing (graphite and colored pencil), 23.3 x 8 cm. (78.80)
 
Baltazar, Julius.
Box
1.7 Baltazarade / Michel Butor. (Montréal: Editions la Palinte). 1997. 1 vol. (4 pages): color lithograph; 15.9 x 14.5 cm. plus 1 painting (watercolor and crayon; 10.9 x 9.9 cm.) and 1 photograph (12.8 x 12.4 cm.) (2001.3)
Box
1.8 Le corbeau ne s’assombrit pas d’être corbeau, Guillevic. 1988.
1 drawing (ink wash and pastel), 38.3 x 31.4 cm. (2000.1)
Box
1.9 Bécat, Paul-Emile. Léon-Paul Fargue.
1 print (etching), 14.5 x 11.4 cm. (78.76)
Location
Flat file Belloc, Hilaire. [Sailboat at sea].
1 print (etching), 14.5 x 11.4 cm. (78.92)
 
Benito, Edouard (after) -- see Miller, Frank (Box 5.25)
Box
1.10 Benoit, Pierre-André. [Bateau-Lavoir].
1 print (screenprint, color), 9 x 27 cm. folded to 9 x 13.7 cm. (98.1.8)
 
Bérard, Christian.
Box
8.1 [Standing woman with arms outstretched].
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 20.6 cm. (79.243.1)
Box
8.2 [Standing woman].
1 drawing (ink and wash), 26.8 x 20.6 cm. (79.243.2)
Box
8.3 [Standing woman, right profile].
1 drawing (ink and wash), 26.7 x 20.5 cm. (79.243.3)
Box
8.4 [Standing warrior with shield and spear, shield held out].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (79.243.4)
Box
8.5 [Standing warrior with spear, leaning on shield].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (79.243.5)
Box
8.6 [Seated man; drawn on undated AL from the artist to Jean Cocteau].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.6 cm. (79.243.6)
Box
8.7 [Two nude male figures, standing].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 26.4 x 21.2 cm. (79.243.7)
Box
8.8 [Nude male kneeling].
1 drawing (ink and pastel, color), 20.9 x 26.9 cm. (79.243.8)
Box
8.9 [Male angel, with smaller figure].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.6 cm. (79.243.9)
Box
8.10 [Costumed male figure in three poses; sketches for Cocteau's film, La Belle et la Bête].
1 drawing (ink and wash), 26.8 x 20.5 cm. (79.243.10)
Box
8.11 [Man in knee-pants, holding out butterfly wand].
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 20.6 cm. (79.243.11)
Box
8.12 [Two costumed male figures, standing; verso: seated horse-headed figure and another seated figure].
1 drawing (ink, sepia), 24 x 32.3 cm. (79.243.12)
Box
8.13 La Phèdre de Racine.
1 drawing (ink and wash), 37.3 x 31.1 cm. (79.243.13)
Bernard, Emile -- see Unidentified (Box 35.15)
Berrichon, Paterne. See also Rimbaud, Arthur (Box 31.1-31.25)
Box
1.11 [Designs for bookplates]
9 drawings on 1 sheet (ink) 21 x 18 cm. (74.189.1)
Location
Painting storage Roche [village].
1 drawing (pencil), 11.5 x 20 cm. (68.17)
Box
1.12 Bilis, Aaron. [Paul Fort: head and shoulders; inscribed by the artist to Fort]. 1928.
1 drawing (conté crayon), 23.9 x 17.9 cm. (2004.13.2)
Box
1.13 Bocian. [Man with instrument].
1 drawing (pastel, color) 16 x 12.3 cm. (78.96)
 
Bonnard, Pierre.
Box
36.1 [Portrait of Auguste Renoir].
1 print (etching), 25.6 x 19.8 cm. (68.21)
Box
36.2-25 Programs for Villa Bach.
24 items, 31.1 x 26 cm. 6 watercolors and 16 ink drawings on 22 programs. (72.57.1-22)
 
Bonnat, Léon-Joseph-Florentin. See Renan, Ernest (Box 6.29-6.30)
 
Boschère, Jean de. [Illustrations for The golden asse of Lucius Apuleius, 1931].
2 drawings (ink)
Box
1.14
Ch XV, 9.9 x 15.8 cm. (69.92.1)
Box
1.15
Ch XVI, 10 x 13.6 cm. (69.92.2)
Box
1.16 Boudin, Eugène. Barques de pêche sur la plage d'Etretat.
1 print (photogravure), 22.5 x 31.5 cm. (78.222)
Box
1.17 Breugnot, A.L. [Jean Cocteau]. 1927.
4 prints (woodcut), 21.1 x 16.3 cm. (79.245.1-4)
Box
1.18 Brodzky, Horace. [Jacob Epstein].
1 drawing (ink and wash), 16.4 x 14.2 cm. (78.93)
Box
1.19 Brunoy. [Still life with pitcher, cup and saucer, spoon, fruit].
1 drawing (charcoal, pencil), 21.8 x 31.4 cm. (99.5.43)
 
Buhot, Félix Hilaire.
Box
8.14 [Two women with globe and candle; inscribed: "Pierre Louys"]. 1889.
1 print (etching), 9.8 x 13.6 cm. (78.255)
Box
8.15 [Five seated figures].
1 print (wood engraving), 6.8 x 12.1 cm. (73.196)
Box
8.16 [Horse and carriage].
1 painting (oil on paper), 25 x 29.6 cm. (73.626)
Box
8.17 Ex libris de l'Ensorcelée.
1 print (etching), 22 x 15.3 cm. (78.177.1)
Box
8.18 Ex Libris d'eaux fortes pour l'Ensorcelée de Mr. J. Barbey D'Aurevilly M(?) P Lemerre(?) ed.
1 print (etching), 22 x 15.3 cm. (78.177.2)
Box
1.20 Burney, François-Eugène. Emile Zola.
1 print (etching), 26.3 x 16.9 cm. (99.5.76)
Box
1.21 Calder, Alexander. Fernande Barrey.
1 drawing (pencil), 27.3 x 21 cm. (68.13)
Location
Painting storage Cazals, F.-A. [Paul Verlaine].
1 painting (oil on canvas), 55 x 38.1 cm. (73.341)
Location
Flat file Cézanne, Paul.
[Self portrait]. 1898.
1 print (lithograph), 63.4 x 47.9 cm. (68.22)
Box
42.1-2 [Portrait of his son].
1 drawing (pencil), ierregular 16.5 x 13.5 cm. (68.18)
Box
1.22 Cham. Voyage de plaisir pour l'Egypte [10 vignettes with inscriptions].
1 drawing (ink), 28.2 x 22.1 cm. (99.5.41)
Box
1.23 Chardon, Charles. Alexandre Dumas II.
1 print (engraving), 27.2 x 19 cm. (99.5.47)
 
Chattelerault, Victor de.
4 collages, 30.4 x 22.8 cm. Accompanied by printed envelope: "Victor de Chattelerault: 4 Collages. Archangel Press... New York, N.Y. MCMXXXVIII [1948]"
Box
2.1 No. 3 (65.530.1)
Box
2.2 No. 33 (65.530.2)
Box
2.3 No. 13 (65.530.3)
Box
2.4 No. 35 (65.530.4)
 
Contemporary portraits. -- Hot Springs, Ark., Distributed by Henri de Monserrat, New Orleans, La., 1950.
10 prints (color), 27.9 x 21.7 cm.
Box
2.5 Jean Kingston Fineran, à Nouvelle Orleans, 1953.
(65.532.1)
Box
2.6 James Franklin Lewis, juin, 1943.
(65.532.2)
Box
2.7 Joe Gould, à New York, 1946.
(65.532.3)
Box
2.8 Thomas Merton, le trappiste, à Gethsemane, 1950.
(65.532.4)
Box
2.9 Jean Clemmer, pinx, à Nouvelle Orleans, 1947.
(65.532.5)
Box
2.10 Jean Gould Fletcher, à Little Rock, novembre, 1949.
(65.532.6)
Box
2.11 Poète Beaudoin, juin, 1948, à Mt. Kisco, N.Y.
(65.532.7)
Box
2.12 Gertrude Stein, janvier, 1940 à Paris.
(65.532.8)
Box
2.13 Stritch, le cardinal, Chicago, 1947.
(65.532.9)
Box
2.14 Pablo Picasso, pinx, à Antibes, 1942.
(65.532.10)
Box
2.15 Chevolleau, Jean. Filet le Soir.
1 print (lithograph, color), 20.6 x 32 cm. (80.81)
 
Cocteau, Jean. See also Hugo, Jean (Box 24.2, 24.8)
Portraits
Box
39.1 [Marc Allégret(?), attributed to Jean Cocteau]. 1918.
1 drawing (pencil), 48.9 x 30.1 cm. (79.259)
 
Georges Auric.
Box
9.1 [Barefooted, hands clasped in front]. 1923.
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.162.1)
Box
9.2 [Profile, small horse and nude rider in background].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.162.2)
Box
9.3 [Profile].
1 drawing (ink), 26.4 x 21.1 cm. (79.162.3)
Box
9.4 [Profile, sitting in chair]. 1923.
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. Inscribed on verso by Valentine Hugo. (79.162.4)
Box
9.5 [Sitting in chair]. 1923.
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. Inscribed on verso by Valentine Hugo. (79.162.5)
Box
9.6 [Profile].
1 drawing (ink), 26.4 x 21.1 cm. (79.162.6)
Box
9.7 [Upper back, left shoulder, and left side of face].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.8 x 20.9 cm. (79.209)
Box
9.8 [Left profile of head wearing hat; similar image on verso].
1 drawing (ink), 32 x 21.5 cm. (99.5.1)
Box
9.9 [Left profile of head wearing hat].
1 drawing (ink), 32 x 21.5 cm. (99.5.2)
Box
9.10 [Left profile of head wearing hat; profile of face only, below].
1 drawing (ink), 32 x 21.5 cm. (99.5.3)
Box
9.11 [Georges Auric lying down, head turned looking up; next to standing man in hat, trousers with suspenders; driver in two-wheeled carriage pulled by two horses, on verso].
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 20.8 cm. (99.5.4)
Box
9.12 [Seated in chair, three-quarters view of face].
1 drawing (ink, pencil), 26.8 x 20.7 cm. (99.5.5)
Box
9.13 [Rear view of nude, arms outstretched, defecating].
1 drawing (ink), 13.5 x 10.5 cm. (99.5.6)
Box
9.14 [Left profile of head, with mustache; portrait of Auric?].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (99.5.7)
Box
9.15 [Portrait of face, tie and collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.8)
Box
9.16 [Three-quarters view of head, shoulder and hands].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.9)
Box
9.17 [Three-quarters view of face, collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.10)
Box
9.18 [Left profile of face, necktie].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.11)
Box
9.19 [Three-quarters view of face, looking down].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.12)
Box
9.20 [Left profile of head, looking down, shoulders].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.13)
Box
9.21 [Left profile of face, lock of hair touching eyebrow, with collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.14)
Box
9.22 [Three profiles of face].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.15)
Box
9.23 [Full face, head tilted].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.16)
Box
9.24 [Left profile of face with open mouth].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.17)
Box
9.25 [Three-quarters view of face, with collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.18)
Box
9.26 [Left profile of face, with necktie and collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.19)
Box
9.27 [Left profile of head, with necktie and collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.20)
Box
9.28 [Three-quarters view of face, with necktie and collar].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.21)
Box
9.29 [Left profile of face].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.22)
Box
9.30 [Left profile of face].
1 drawing (ink), 26.5 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.23)
Box
9.31 [Right profile of face, eyebrow drawn with looped line; with necktie].
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 20.8 cm. (99.5.24)
Box
9.32 [Right profile of head (after Valentine Hugo); inscription on verso].
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 20.9 cm. (99.5.25)
Box
9.33 [Standing, rear view, with hat].
1 drawing (pencil), 27.4 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.26)
Box
9.34 [Standing, front view, with hat; three face profiles on verso].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.9 x 20.9 cm. (99.5.27)
 
Léon Bakst.
Box
9.35
1 drawing (ink and sepia crayon), 26.8 x 21 cm. (79.241.1)
Box
9.36
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 21 cm. (79.241.2)
Box
9.37
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 21 cm. (79.241.3)
Box
39.2 Barbette?
1 drawing (ink wash, pastel), 49 x 20.9 cm. (79.230)
Box
9.38 [Maurice Barrès].
1 drawing (black and red ink), 27.2 x 21.2 cm. (79.221)
 
Box
9.38 [André Beucler]. 1926.
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.207)
 
Jacques-Emile Blanche.
Box
9.40 [Holding palette]. 1913.
1 drawing (pencil, ink, and wash), 25.2 x 21.2 cm. Matted. (79.208.1)
Box
9.41 [Head and shoulders].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 27.2 x 21 cm. (79.208.2)
Box
9.42 [Head and shoulders].
1 drawing (ink), 16.7 x 21.2 cm. (79.208.3)
Box
9.43 [Jacques-Emile Blanche].
1 drawing (blue ink), 30 x 19.7 cm. (79.208.4)
Box
9.44 [Berthe Bovy].
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 20.8 cm. (79.202)
Box
42.3 [Blaise] Cendrars 1916 Panama.
1 drawing, 25.7 x 20.3 cm. (approx.) (77.27)
 
Jean Desbordes.
Box
9.45 [Reading a book, smoking].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.206.1)
Box
9.46 [Reading, face behind book].
1 drawing (ink), 19.2 x 21 cm. (79.206.2)
Box
9.47 [Jean Desbordes]. 1928.
1 drawing (ink and wash), 42.7 x 32.2 cm. (79.256)
 
Tony de Gandarillas.
Box
9.48 [Sketches of head; opium smoker on verso].
1 drawing (pencil and ink), 25.5 x 20.6 cm. (79.204)
Box
9.49 [Sleeping next to opium pipe].
1 drawing (ink and silver poster paint), 22.5 x 17.6 cm. (79.226)
 
[Valentine Hugo].
Box
10.1 [Playing dominoes].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 20.8 cm. (79.156.1)
Box
10.2 [Bust-length, arms crossed].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.8 cm. (79.156.2)
Box
10.3 [With hat].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (78.83.35)
Box
10.4 [Profile].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (78.83.55)
Box
10.5 [Valentine Hugo, Georges Auric, Jean Cocteau; poem].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.8 cm. (78.83.4)
Box
10.6 [Tamara Karsavina] Mais lorsque fut la neuf cent / quatre vingt unième nuit [drawing for Schéhérazade].
1 drawing (ink, pastel), 24.4 x 25.1 cm. (79.229)
Box
10.7 [Charlotte Lysès (first wife of Sacha Guitry)].
1 drawing (ink, pencil, crayon, color), 27 x 21 cm. (79.201)
Box
10.8 [Comtesse de Noailles].
1 drawing (ink), 45.6 x 35.6 cm. (79.244)
Related material: Original mat (or mount) labelled: "Jean Cocteau, Comtesse de Noailles." (79.244)
Box
10.9 [Marianne Oswald].
1 drawing (pencil), 30.4 x 24 cm. (79.203)
Box
10.10 [Pablo Picasso?] Mais oui mais oui Picasso.
1 drawing (ink), 21 x 27.5 cm. (85.85.1)
Box
42.4 Radiguet, Raymond. 1929.
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (77.26)
 
Erik Satie, portraits and related drawings.
Box
10.11 [Erik Satie].
1 drawing (brown ink), 26.4 x 19.9 cm. (83.122.1)
Box
10.12 [Erik Satie].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 19.9 cm. (83.122.2)
Box
10.13 Parade.
1 drawing (ink), 26.7 x 21 cm. (83.122.3)
Box
10.14 1 2 3 [design for Parade].
1 drawing (ink and green crayon), 27 x 20 cm. (83.122.4)
 
Gérard Berthier de Savigny.
5 drawings (ink), 27 x 21 cm.
Box
10.15 Three-quarters view of head; hand to cheek.
(79.205.1)
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10.16 Right profile.
(79.205.2)
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10.17 Right profile.
(79.205.3)
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10.18 Right profile.
(79.205.4)
Box
10.19 Left profile.
(79.205.5)
 
Unidentified.
Box
10.20 [Right profile of young man; ink caricature on verso].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 26.8 x 21 cm. (79.211)
[Unidentified young man].
2 drawings (pencil), 42 x 33 cm.
Box
10.21 [Profile, head and shoulders].
(79.255.1)
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10.22 [Three-quarters profile, head and shoulders].
(79.255.2)
Box
10.23-24 [Unidentified young woman; head and upper torso; profile of the face]. 1931.
2 drawings (pencil), 42 x 33 cm. (79.255.3, 79.255.4)
Box
36.3 [Man's head, three-quarters profile].
1 drawing (wash), 48 x 29.5 cm. (79.252)
 
Drawings for Theatrical Productions
Box
11.1 [Orpheus playing his lyre].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 19 cm. (79.220)
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11.2 Orphée tenant sa tête.
1 drawing (oil pastel, color), 34.5 x 26 cm. (79.198)
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11.3 Transfiguration d'Orphée.
1 drawing (ink, gouache, oil pastel, pastel), 34.5 x 24.8 cm. Matted. (79.199)
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11.4 Nageurs grecs (noirs).
1 drawing (ink, wash, pastel, color), 35 x 25 cm. (79.200)
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11.5 Mystères des Chambres Vides.
1 drawing (ink, wash, crayon), 34.6 x 24.6 cm. Matted. (79.227)
Box
11.6 [Temple and two figures: set from Orphée].
1 drawing (ink, wash, oil pastel, pastel), 30.3 x 25.9 cm. Matted. (79.233)
Box
11.7 [Death and Her two Assistants: scene from Orphée].
1 drawing (ink, wash, crayon), 33.8 x 26 cm. (79.234)
Box
Flat file [Orphée].
1 drawing (pastel, color), 64.9 x 49.8 cm. (69.125)
Box
39.4 Oedipe roi!
1 print (lithograph), 64.5 x 50.2 cm. (80.43)
Box
11.8 [Eiffel Tower cut-out; by Cocteau, or Jean Hugo, or Irène Lagut].
1 painting (gouache on plyboard), 32 x 34 cm. (79.258)
See also Cocteau, Box 16.1-16.2
 
Group of drawings on tracing paper of various figures in period costumes.
6 drawings (ink)
Box
11.9 [Street scene with various figures].
26 x 19.6 cm. (79.158.1)
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11.10 Ulysse. [after Valentine Hugo]. [1920].
26.3 x 14 cm. (79.158.2)
Box
11.11 Etude pour "le vice écossais." 1920.
24.5 x 16.5 cm. (79.158.3)
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11.12 Toilette d[e] noce dans la forêt noir[e].
12.2 x 20.1 cm. (79.158.4)
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11.13 [Three sketches]. 1920.
24.8 x 36.2 cm. (79.158.5)
Inscribed: "Etude pour `le petite fille au taureau / Max Jacob 1920'" -- "Etude pour `Un coup de bourse'" -- "Etude pour mes 'gladiators' / Jean Cocteau 1920."
Box
11.14 Etude pour "La musique" / JC 1920; Etude pour le Retour d'Ulysse / Jean Hugo [two sketches]. 1920.
21.5 x 25 cm. (79.158.6)
Box
11.15 [Lion, lion-trainer, and woman]. [after Jean Hugo].
1 drawing (ink), 21.7 x 32.2 cm. (79.235);
See also Hugo, Jean (Box 39.7) for same image by Hugo
Box
11.16 [Study for Antigone].
1 drawing (ink), 27.1 x 21.1 cm. (85.85.8)
 
Drawings for Publications
Drawings for Soixante dessins pour "Les enfants terribles." Bernard Grasset, c1935.
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12.1 Les Enfants Terribles [title-page].
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.7 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.1)
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12.2 Les Enfants terribles illustrés par l'auteur [title-page]. 1934
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.7 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.2)
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12.3 Guerriers.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 21 cm. (79.153.3)
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12.4 Un guerrier.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.5 cm. (79.153.4)
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12.5 La boule de neige terrible.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.5 cm. (79.153.5)
Box
12.6 Dargelos et son arme.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.5 cm. (79.153.6)
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12.7 Paul tombe.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 21 cm. (79.153.7)
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12.8 Paul blessé (1).
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.8)
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12.9 Paul blessé (2).
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.9)
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12.10 La victime chez le concierge.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 21 cm. (79.153.10)
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12.11 Le retour en voiture.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.11)
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12.12 Elisabeth sort en feignant de mouvoir une lourde traîne.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.12)
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12.13 Elisabeth à table.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.13)
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12.14 Le jeu.
1 drawing (ink and wash), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.14)
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12.15 Elisabeth voit Dargelos dans le trésor.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.15)
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12.16 Le bain àdeux.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.16)
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12.17 Mariette.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.17)
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12.18 Paul s'embaume.
1 drawing (ink), 20.5 x 29.7 cm. (79.153.18)
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12.19 Elisabeth et les écrevisses.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.19)
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12.20 Le mari.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.20)
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12.21 La mort de Michaël.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.21)
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12.22 La chambre (la ville chinoise).
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.22)
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12.23 Paul et sa lettre.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.23)
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12.24 La nuit d'Elisabeth (les paravents).
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.24)
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12.25 La lettre de Paul trouvée par Elisabeth.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.25)
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12.26 La nuit d'Elisabeth (Agathe).
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.26)
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12.27 La nuit d'Elisabeth.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.27)
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12.28 Dargelos rentre en scène avec les poisons.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.28)
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12.29 Les deux femmes découvrent Paul mourant.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.29)
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12.30 Paul découvre la vérité.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.30)
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12.31 Elisabeth au pied du mur.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.31)
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12.32 Elisabeth récite les chiffres.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.32)
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12.33 Mort d'Elisabeth.
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.33)
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12.34 [Guerriers].
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.34)
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12.35 [Guerrier].
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.35)
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12.36 Elisabeth rêve.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.36)
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12.37 [La chambre].
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.37)
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12.38 Dargelos au ciel de la chambre.
1 drawing (brown ink), 29.5 x 20.7 cm. (79.153.38)
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12.39 Original portfolio cover; related material.
(79.153.39)
 
Illustrations for Les Parents terribles.
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12.40 [Les Parents Terribles: design for title page].
1 drawing (pencil and crayon, color), 27 x 21 cm. (79.163.1)
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12.41 [Head of a boy].
1 drawing (pencil and pastel, color), 27 x 21 cm. (79.163.2)
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12.42 [Man and woman]. 1955.
1 drawing (pencil and crayon, color), 21 x 27 cm. (79.163.3)
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12.43 [Young man running: preliminary sketch for Les Enfants terribles].
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (79.191)
 
Drawings and studies for Le Potomak, 1913-1914. Paris: Société Littéraire de France, 1919.
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13.1 L'U DADA.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 21.2 x 27 cm. (79.184)
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13.2 DADA.
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 27.2 cm. (79.196)
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13.3 [Drawing for Le Potomak].
1 drawing (ink), 13.3 x 21.2 cm. (79.214)
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13.4 [Sketch of three figures].
1 drawing (ink), 23 x 36.5 cm. (Sketch for Album des Eugènes, in Le Potomak) (79.189)
 
Drawings of Miscellaneous Subjects
[Snake, gladiator, cock, rose; also referred to as Le Coq et l'harlequin].
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13.5
1 drawing (ink and red gouache), 30 x 40.2 cm. (79.213.1)
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13.6
1 drawing (ink), 30.1 x 40.1 cm. (79.213.2)
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13.7 Pochoir. [Abstract shape; silhouette of ancient Greek helmet].
1 drawing (ink wash), 27 x 21 cm. (79.192)
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13.8 [Large female figure, viewed from rear].
1 drawing (ink), 23 x 25.5 cm. (79.505)
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13.9 [Sheet of two figure sketches, one face, with ink blots].
1 drawing (ink, pencil), 23 x 36.5 cm. (79.506)
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13.10 [Head of an admiral(?)].
1 drawing (ink), 21.5 x 32 cm. (Rohrschach) (79.188)
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13.11 [Trial Rohrschach].
1 drawing (ink), 21.5 x 10.3 cm. (79.502)
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13.12 La Cravate.
1 drawing (ink), 20.8 x 15 cm. (Matted) (79.501)
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13.13 [Man with knife].
1 drawing (ink), 27.5 x 21.8 cm. (ink blot) (79.217)
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13.14 [Profile of man's head].
1 drawing (pencil and ink), 35.5 x 27.3 cm. (folded). Surrounded by lettering: "TOREADOR Chanson [illegible] Musique de Francis Poulenc Paroles de Jean Cocteau" (79.171)
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13.15 Arnold Schoenberg les six musiciens vous saluent [lettering on banner held by flying bird].
1 drawing (ink), 12.1 x 43 cm. (79.215)
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13.16 [Man in overcoat; on verso of card with photograph: "No. 8. Le Caux-Palace].
1 drawing (ink, pencil), 27.5 x 20.4 cm. (79.216)
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14.1 Vive Joffre.
1 drawing (ink, wash, gilt and oil; color), 21.1 x 27.5 cm. (81.38)
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14.2 La Crise.
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.5 cm. (79.500)
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14.3 [Two faces and squat figure].
1 drawing (ink), 23 x 36.5 cm. (79.187)
Box
14.4 [Sketches of four head profiles].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.195)
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14.5 [Three female figures].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 22 x 36.5 cm. (79.182)
Box
14.6 [Two studies of a female figure; three figure sketches on verso].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.194)
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14.7 [Three circus figures].
1 drawing (ink and wash), 27 x 20.8 cm. (79.193)
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14.8 [Nude male figure; verso: TLS to Cocteau, writer's name illegible, 1929].
1 drawing (ink), 28 x 21.7 cm. (79.239)
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14.9 [Standing nude male].
1 drawing (ink), 28 x 22 cm. (69.73)
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14.10 [Male torso, rear view; heart in center].
1 drawing (ink), 25.5 x 20.5 cm. (79.503)
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14.11 [Man's head, viewed from below].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.8 x 21 cm. (79.157)
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14.12 [Woman standing next to table with cup].
1 drawing (ink), 27.5 x 21.5 cm. (78.83.15)
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14.13 L'inspiration [on verso: three profiles of women's heads, blue conté crayon].
1 drawing (ink), 27.3 x 21 cm. (79.161)
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14.14 [Male bride at left; figure in uniform at right].
1 drawing (ink), 21 x 27 cm. (79.504)
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14.15 [Ten sketches of various figures, including a wedding couple].
1 drawing (ink), 21 x 27 cm. (79.185)
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14.16 [Profile of a man].
1 drawing (pencil), 14.5 x 9.2 cm. (79.223)
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14.17 [Profile of a man].
1 drawing (ink, pencil, blue pencil), 14.5 x 9.2 cm. (79.225)
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14.18 Salomé [bearded man wearing top hat, holding bottle].
1 drawing (ink), 25.8 x 20.2 cm. (79.197)
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14.19 Vers la cantatrice.
1 drawing (ink), 25.8 x 20 cm. Matted. (79.218)
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14.20 Exil [bearded man surrounded by fruit].
1 drawing (ink), 25.9 x 20.1 cm. (79.219)
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14.21 [Opium smoker, reclining on couch].
1 drawing (pencil), 25.5 x 20.5 cm. Matted. (79.190)
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14.22 [Baby with phallic extremities].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.159)
 
Group of pen and ink drawings from a notebook, which are mainly obscene drawings of public officials; most have handwriting samples on versos
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15.1 [Seated male nude, legs crossed; originally notebook cover].
1 drawing (ink and ink wash), 38 x 29 cm. (79.172)
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15.2 [Large woman with hat; handwriting samples on verso].
1 drawing (ink), 28 x 36.3 cm. (79.173)
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15.3 La femme pédérasque.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 27.9 x 37.3 cm. (79.174)
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15.4 Fatuité.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 28 x 36.5 cm. (79.175)
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15.5 Salomé.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 28 x 36.3 cm. (79.176)
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15.6 Le mensonge à la sacristie.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 28 x 36.5 cm. (79.177)
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15.7 Nos auteurs dramatiques.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 28 x 36.3 cm. (79.178)
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15.8 Vains efforts.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 28 x 36.3 cm. (79.179)
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15.9 Nos belles enfileuses.
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 28 x 36.3 cm. (79.180)
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15.10 Nos Latas[?] celèbres [Two standing male figures performing anal sex].
1 drawing (ink), 28 x 36.3 cm. (79.181)
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15.11 [Large man with bottle, holding hand of small postal clerk; sketch of man's head, with beard, on verso].
1 drawing (ink and blue crayon), 28 x 36.5 cm. (79.186)
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15.12 Clinique [sketchbook].
20 drawings (ink and ink wash), 42.1 x 33.2 cm. (79.183.1-20)
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15.13 [Sketchbook].
11 drawings (pencil and brown ink) in sketchbook, 35 x 26 cm. (79.152.1-11) Sketches of figures, animals, sculptures, and architectural designs. Last sketch (79.152.11) is believed to be of young Picasso on horseback.
Box
16.1-2 [Set designs for Les Mariés de la Tour Eiffel].
2 drawings (pencil), 12.5 x 20.2 cm. (85.85.2, 85.85.3);
See also Cocteau, Box 11.8
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16.3 [Man bending].
1 drawing (pencil), 21 x 27.5 cm. (85.85.4)
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16.4 [Two heads].
1 drawing (pencil), 12.5 x 20.2 cm. (85.85.5)
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16.5 [Two women at balcony].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 27.6 cm. Matted. (85.85.7)
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16.6 [Head profile and mirror image].
1 drawing (ink) on torn paper shape, 23.7 x 14.1 cm. Matted. (85.85.9)
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16.7 [Profile of young woman].
1 drawing (ink, crayon, gouache on green papier glacé), 24.1 x 17.7 cm. Matted. (85.85.10)
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16.8 [Head of a bird].
1 painting (gouache, color) on torn paper shape, 11.7 x 20.9 cm. Matted. (85.85.11)
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16.9 [Cubist sketch, with two heads].
1 drawing (pencil, crayon, color), 11.5 x 14.7 cm. Matted. (85.85.12)
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16.10 [Couple making love in a field; two roosters].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 27.6 cm. Matted. (85.85.13)
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16.11 [Native American family].
1 drawing (ink), 11.3 x 7.8 cm. Matted. (85.85.14)
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17.1 [Sketches of three head profiles and one standing figure].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 26.6 x 20.8 cm. Matted. (85.85.15)
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17.2 [Man wearing military uniform(?)].
1 drawing (pencil), 31.9 x 21.6 cm. Matted. (85.85.16)
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17.3 [Sketches of heads].
1 drawing (pencil), 27.2 x 20.9 cm. Matted. (85.85.17)
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17.4 [Two sketches of a diver].
1 drawing (ink, brown), 27 x 21.1 cm. Matted. (85.85.18)
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17.5 [Sketches of figures and heads].
1 drawing (ink), 21.1 x 27.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.19)
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17.6 [Head of woman].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 27.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.20)
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17.7 [Sketches of heads].
1 drawing (ink), 22.2 x 25.3 cm. Matted. (85.85.21)
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17.8 [Sketches of heads].
1 drawing (ink), 21.3 x 27.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.22)
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17.9 [Various scenes in seven panels].
1 drawing (ink, brown), 21.2 x 27.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.23)
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17.10 [Standing male figure with umbrella].
1 drawing (pencil), 32.1 x 21.6 cm. Matted. (85.85.24)
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18.1 [Three standing figures with dog].
1 drawing (ink), 21 x 27 cm. (85.85.25)
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18.2 [Head of bearded man with top hat]. [1918].
1 drawing (ink), 21 x 10 cm. (85.85.26)
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18.3 [Woman seated at piano].
1 drawing (ink), 27.5 x 21 cm. (85.85.27)
 
[Standing woman, in empire dress and broad-brimmed hat; Valentine Hugo?].
4 drawings (ink), 27.5 x 21 cm.
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18.4
(85.85.28)
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18.5
(85.85.29)
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18.6
(85.85.30)
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18.7
(85.85.31)
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18.8 [Bather/dancer with two variant heads; two profile heads on verso].
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (85.85.32)
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18.9 [Stout man with cigar].
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (85.85.33)
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18.10 [Man with large belly, looking up].
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (85.85.34)
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18.11 [Man with large belly, looking up at bird(?)].
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (85.85.35)
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19.1 [Female nude with genitals as profile of face smoking a cigarette].
1 drawing (pencil), 32 x 21.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.36)
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19.2 [Sketch of three figures, one with lamp].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 27.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.37)
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19.3 [Sketches of two figures with outstretched arms].
1 drawing (ink), 21.1 x 27.6 cm. Matted. (85.85.38)
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19.4 [Various sketches of heads and figures].
1 drawing (ink), 27.5 x 21.2 cm. Matted. (85.85.39)
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19.5 [Five sketches; four in vertical panels].
1 drawing (ink), 24.2 x 30.7 cm. Matted. (85.85.40)
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19.6 [Four male figures, two in berets and kilts].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 27.6 x 20.1 cm. Matted. (85.85.43)
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19.7 [Dancing costumed figure with beret and pipe].
1 drawing (ink), 21.3 x 27.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.44)
 
Group of related sketches of nude male figures running with butterfly nets, and stout nude male figures with wings.
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19.8 [Profile of standing male nude with net in hand].
1 drawing (ink), 27.5 x 21.5 cm. (85.85.41)
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19.9 [Two nude male figures: one crouching, the other kneeling; verso: crouching male nude].
1 drawing (ink), 27.5 x 21.5 cm. Matted. (85.85.42)
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19.10 [Stout nude male figure with wings].
1 drawing (ink and wash), 21.6 x 13.8 cm. Matted. (85.85.45)
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19.11 [Stout nude male figure with wings].
1 drawing (ink), 21.6 x 13.7 cm. Matted. (85.85.46)
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19.12 [Running male nude with large net in his raised hand].
1 drawing (ink), 21.6 x 21.4 cm. Matted. (85.85.47)
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19.13 [Running male nude with large net in his raised hand; two stout nude figures with wings].
1 drawing (ink), 21.6 x 27.4 cm. Matted. (85.85.48)
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19.14 Drapeau de moi.
1 drawing (pencil), 5.5 x 19.1 cm. Matted. (85.85.49)
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19.15 [Man with chef's hat, left profile; handwritten notes on verso].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 13.5 x 20.7 cm. Matted. (85.85.50)
Location
Library [Profile of figure; abstract design with two figures]. Sketches on both covers of Bulletin de l'effort moderne.
2 drawings (ink), 25.4 x 16.4 cm.
(*NX2.B844 no. 40 1927 cop.1 HRC LAK)
 
Drawings for Emblems and Devices for Les Editions de la Sirène, and related material
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20.1 Hugo, Jean. [Mermaid].
1 print (linocut), 13.4 x 9 cm. (79.154.1)
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20.2 [Hugo, Jean?]. [Mermaid with anchor].
1 drawing (ink), 4 x 7.3 cm. (79.154.2)
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20.3 Unknown artist. [Altered printed illustration of a bird in flight in front of a boat with three sirenes].
1 drawing (ink), 3.6 x 6.8 cm. (79.154.3)
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20.4 Unknown artist. Sirène grecque.
1 drawing (ink) on newspaper clipping, 9.1 x 13 cm. (79.154.4)
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20.5 [Hugo, Jean?]. [Mermaid with anchor].
1 drawing (ink), 14 x 10.5 cm. (79.154.5)
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20.6 Cocteau, Jean. [Two mermaids].
1 drawing (ink), 20.8 x 27 cm. (79.154.6)
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20.7 [Cocteau, Jean?]. [Five sketches of figures].
1 drawing (ink), 16.8 x 13 cm. (79.154.7)
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20.8 [Cocteau, Jean?]. [Mermaid writing].
1 drawing (ink, brown), 9.7 x 9.1 cm. (79.154.8)
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20.9 [Cocteau, Jean?]. [Mermaid writing].
1 drawing (pencil and ink), 25.8 x 17 cm. (79.154.9)
 
Cocteau, Jean.
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20.10 [Standing figure with horse].
1 drawing (ink), 8.5 x 6.7 cm. (79.154.10) (tracing of 79.154.16)
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20.11 [Mermaid].
1 drawing (ink), 18.5 x 13 cm. (79.154.11)
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20.12 [Mermaid].
1 drawing (ink), 19.5 x 12.5 cm. (79.154.12)
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20.13 Poésies. [Cover design].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 27 cm. (79.154.13)
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20.14 [Three letter S's].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.154.14)
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20.15 [Letter S with fish].
1 drawing (ink), 24 x 21 cm. (79.154.15)
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20.16 [Horse, figure, and rabbit].
1 drawing (ink), 11.7 x 21.7 cm. (79.154.16)
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20.17 [Mermaid with scroll].
1 drawing (ink), 8.7 x 21.4 cm. (79.154.17)
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20.18 [Mermaid with scroll].
1 drawing (ink, brown), 21.5 x 27 cm. (79.154.18)
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20.19 Picasso, Pablo. [Mermaid with anchor].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (79.154.19)
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20.20 Picasso, Pablo. [Rectangular design].
1 drawing (ink wash), 21.3 x 14 cm. (79.154.20)
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20.21 Dufy, Raoul. [Male figure with mermaid in his arms].
1 drawing (ink on paper), 22.5 x 14.5 cm. (79.155)
 
Cocteau, Jean.
Box
20.22 Poésies. [Design for title page].
1 drawing (ink), 21.5 x 15.1 cm. (79.154.21)
Box
20.23 [Six sketches].
1 drawing (ink), 30.5 x 24.3 cm. (79.154.22)
Box
20.24 [Cock].
1 print (woodcut), 3.6 x 5.8 cm. (79.154.23)
Box
20.25 [Five sketches].
1 drawing (ink), 30.1 x 27 cm. (79.154.24)
Box
20.26 Cover sheet for illustrations; printer's name written in pencil by Cocteau: "Frazier-Soye."
Sheet, 28 x 21.6 cm. (79.154.25)
Box
20.27 Blotted paper: Side of a folder that held drawings for the printer Frazier-Soye; with blotted text in reverse.
Sheet, 28 x 21.6 cm. (79.154.26)
Box
20.28 [Cut-out letters and punctuation].
29 prints (woodcut), 1.4 x 2.2 cm. or smaller. (79.154.27.1-29)
Box
20.29 Original cover for the collection of designs for Les Editions de la Sirène.
Sheet, folded to 32 x 24.2 cm. (79.154.28)
Box
2.16 Condivi, Ascanio (after). Portrait de Michael Angelus Bonarota.
1 drawing (charcoal, pastel, wash, color), 21 x 14.6 cm. (69.75)
Location
Flat file Cosway, Richard. [Hester Lynch Piozzi Thrale]. 1772.
1 painting (oil on ivory), 5 x 4 cm. (70.34)
Box
2.17 Courbet, Gustave. Portrait de Berlioz; Imp. Georges Petit Paris.
1 print (engraving), 28.9 x 19.7 cm. (99.5.37)
 
Daragnès, J.-G. (Jean-Gabriel).
Location
Library
28 items: 1 drawing (oil on paper); 4 drawings (watercolor, pencil); 2 drawings (pencil); 21 prints (engraving)
(*PQ 2613 .I74 A546 HRC LAK)

5 prints (lithograph)
(*PQ 2613 .I74 M536 HRC LAK)
Box
2.18 Dax, Adrien. Complicité ou vent dans la reproduction du végétal. 1949. (Illustration for his article "Perspective automatique" in Almanach surréaliste du demi-siècle, No. spécial de La Nef, p. 86, 1950).
1 drawing (ink), 28 x 18.8 cm. (99.5.44)
 
D'Eça Leal, Olavo -- see Leal, Olavo d'Eça.
Box
2.19 Degas, Edgar. Franck philosophe.
Reproduction, 26.8 x 34.1 cm. (79.165)
Box
2.20 Delaroche, Paul. [Portrait of an unidentified man].
1 drawing (watercolor with charcoal, color), 33.7 x 26.8 cm. (79.168)
 
Derain, André.
Box
2.21 Femme nue debout.
1 print (engraving), 15.3 x 8.5 cm. (78.86)
Box
2.22 [André Salmon].
1 print (engraving), 8.9 x 6 cm. (78.87)
 
Illustrations for Guillaume Apollinaire's L'enchanteur pourrissant
Box
2.23 [Device for H. Kahnweiler].
1 drawing (ink), 16.4 x 22.4 cm. (78.91.1)
Box
2.24 [T.p.(?) for L'enchanteur pourrissant].
Page proof: folded sheet ([4] pages), 26.4 cm. (78.91.2)
Box
2.25 [Letterpress with 3 woodcuts].
Page proof: folded sheet ([4] pages), 26.4 cm. (78.91.3)
Box
2.26 [Kneeling female nude].
1 print (woodcut), 26.4 x 20.1 cm. (78.91.4)
Box
2.27 [Standing male figure].
1 print (woodcut), 26.3 x 20.1 cm. (78.91.5)
Box
2.28 [Horses, birds, fish].
1 print (woodcut), 26.4 x 20.1 cm. (78.91.6)
Box
2.29 [Pegasus].
1 print (woodcut), 26.5 x 20.3 cm. (78.91.7)
Box
2.30 [Male figure standing on boat, kneeling female figure, birds, fish].
1 print (woodcut), 26.3 x 20 cm. (78.91.8)
Box
2.31 [Male figure].
1 print (woodcut), 26.2 x 20 cm. (78.91.9)
Box
2.32 [Female nude, human skeleton reclining below].
1 print (woodcut), 26.2 x 20.3 cm. (78.91.10)
Box
3.1 Deroy, Laurent. Étretat: Vue de la plage et de la porte d'Aumont.
1 print (lithograph, color), 12.5 x 22.1 cm. (78.223)
Box
3.2 Devéria, Achille. Portrait of Alfred de Vigny.
1 drawing (pencil), 13 x 19.9 cm. (78.175)
Box
3.3 Dien, Claude-Marie-François. [Portrait of unidentified man].
1 print (engraving), 11.7 x 7.9 cm. (79.264)
Box
3.4 [Disdéri, André-Adolphe-Eugene?]. E. Zola. "Disderi phot(?) Guillaumot fils sc."
1 print (etching), 16 x 10.8 cm. (99.5.75)
Box
Flat file Dongen, Kees van. Boîte de Nuit. 1927.
Printing plate (zinc), 22.5 x 17.5 cm. (73.250)
 
Duchamp, Marcel.
Box
3.5-6 Marcel Duchamp : The Museum of Modern Art New York: December 5, 1973-February 10, 1974.
2 posters (color), each 61 x 45.7 cm. folded to 22.9 x 15.5 cm. (98.1.15-16)
Box
3.7 Marcel Duchamp: July 28, 1887-October 2, 1968.
Poster. 61 x 38 cm. folded to 19 x 15.8 cm. (98.1.17)
 
Dufy, Raoul.
Box
21.1 L'Amazone. [Natalie Clifford Barney].
1 drawing (ink), 34 x 30.5 cm. (79.232)
Box
21.2 [Head of a woman with hat].
1 print (woodcut), 10.1 x 14 cm. (79.251)
Box
21.3 [Le Serpent].
1 print (woodcut), 20.4 x 19.3 cm. (68.20.1)
Box
21.4 [Le Lièvre].
1 print (woodcut), 20.4 x 19.4 cm. (68.20.2)
Box
21.5 Ex libris Charles Bianchini.
1 print (woodcut), 11.5 x 6.4 cm. (99.5.45)
 
Croquis de Modes, cover and illustrations.
Box
21.6 Letterpress and 8 prints (lithograph), 24.6 x 18.6 cm. (In paper wrappers)
[Letterpress cover].
(68.20.3.1)
Box
21.7 No I.
(68.20.3.2)
Box
21.8 No II.
(68.20.3.3)
Box
21.9 No III.
(68.20.3.4)
Box
21.10 No IIII.
(68.20.3.5)
Box
21.11 No V.
(68.20.3.6)
Box
21.12 No VI.
(68.20.3.7)
Box
21.13 No VII.
(68.20.3.8)
Box
21.14 No VIII.
(68.20.3.9)
 
Croquis de Modes, cover and illustrations.
Box
21.15 Letterpress and 8 prints (lithograph), 24.6 x 18.6 cm. (In paper wrappers) (98.1.14.1-9)
 
Robes pour l'Éte, 1920.
2 prints (lithograph, color), 24 x 76.3 cm.
Box
21.16 (98.1.13) (With letterpress cover)
Box
21.17 (68.20.4.2)
Box
21.18 [Letterpress cover for Robes pour l'Été 1920].
1 sheet, 24.4 x 39.1 cm. (68.20.4)
 
Et ce sera la Mille et deuxième Nuit ... [hand-lettered text and floral border].
Box
39.5 1 drawing (ink), 50.4 x 37 cm. (65.473.2)
Box
39.6 1 reproduction (hand color), 32.8 x 25.3 cm. (65.473.1)
Box
21.19 [Femme Debout].
1 print (lithograph), 28.6 x 23.2 cm. (98.1.2)
Box
21.20 [Bateau à voiles].
1 print (lithograph), 28.2 x 28.5 cm. (98.1.3)
Location
Flat file [Jean Cocteau].
1 drawing (ink, wash, gouache), 54 x 42 cm. (approx.) (77.23)
Box
42.5 Scène de courses.
1 drawing (ink, wash, pencil), 28.5 x 22.5 cm. (77.25)
Box
3.8 Dumas, Alexandre, fils. [F.-G.-J.-S. Andrieux].
1 drawing (charcoal), 21.7 x 19.3 cm. (72.45)
Box
3.9 Ernst, Max. Electra.
1 print (lithograph, color), 31.9 x 24 cm. (98.1.1)
Box
3.10 Estoppy, David [Paul Verlaine; engraved by Marice Baud]. [1888?].>
1 print (wood engraving), 34.2 x 22.2 cm. (68.11)
Box
3.11 Etène, Yvonne. [Paul Fort: head and shoulders]. 1945.
1 drawing (pencil), 37.6 x 26.8 cm. (2004.13.3)
Box
3.12 Falguière, Jean-Alexandre-Joseph. [Standing female nude].
1 drawing (sepia pastel), 35 x 24.5 cm. (78.176)
Box
3.13 Falzoni, Giordano. La Chair sous ses écailles. 1949.
1 drawing (ink), 16.5 x 23.9 cm. (78.68)
Box
3.14 Farrère, Claude. [Self portrait with Louis Dorbon].
1 drawing (ink), 10.5 x 15.3 cm. (65.528.6)
 
Férat, Serge.
Box
3.15 [Landscape with horses and female].
1 drawing (graphite pencil), 18 x 11.2 cm. (79.260.1)
Box
3.16 [Farmyard scene].
1 drawing (graphite pencil), 18 x 11.2 cm. (79.260.2)
Location
Painting storage Fink, Don. [Abstract].
1 painting (oil on canvas), 42.8 x 37.2 cm. (87.2)
 
Florian, Frédéric -- see Renan, Ernest (Box 6.32)
Fresnaye, Roger de la -- see La Fresnaye, Roger de.
Box
3.17 Gallien, Pierre Antoine. [Paul Fort: head portrait].
1 print (woodcut), image 14.1 x 9.9 cm. (2004.13.7)
Box
3.18 Gandara, Antonio de la. Jean Moréas.
1 print (intaglio), 14.9 x 11.1 cm. (78.210)
 
García Benito, Eduardo (after) -- see Miró, Joan (Box 5.28)
Box
Sculpture storage Gargallo, Pablo. [Pablo Picasso].
1 sculpture (bronze), 22 cm. (65.43)
Box
3.19 [Garnier, Henri?]. [Ship with sails. Accompanied by calling card of Henri Garnier de la Maison Boisseaux-Estivant].
1 drawing (pencil), 13.3 x 10.4 cm. (99.5.49)
Box
3.20 Gill, André. Gustave Rivet [detached from Les Hommes d’Aujourd’hui]
1 print (wood engraving, color), 20.4 x 16.2 cm. (78.168)
 
Gorvel, Georges Emile Louis Eugène -- see Rimbaud, Arthur (Box 31.26-31.27)
Box
3.21 Grandjouan. La petite Roque.
1 drawing (ink on white), 15.6 x 10.3 cm. (78.213)
 
Groux, Henri de.
[Female nude standing in front of seated male nude; illustration for Histoires magiques].
2 prints (lithograph), 13.8 x 9.4 cm.
Box
3.22 (78.178a)
Box
3.23 (78.178b)
Box
3.24 Portrait pour Le Fantome.
1 print (lithograph), 22.5 x 12.3 cm. (78.179)
Box
3.25 [Portrait of unidentified woman].
1 print (etching), 20.7 x 13 cm. (78.180)
Box
3.26 [Portrait of man with eyes closed, wearing bow tie].
1 print (etching), 13.8 x 10 cm. (78.181)
Box
3.27 [Right profile of unidentified bearded man].
1 print (etching), 19.1 x 11.6 cm. (78.182)
 
Guillaumot fils -- see Disdéri, André-Adolphe Eugene (Box 3.4)
Box
3.28 Guy-David. [Paul Fort: head and shoulders profile; inscribed by the artist to Fort]. 1945.
1 drawing (ink), 32.5 x 25 cm. (2004.13.4)
Box
3.29 Hasegawa, Kiyoshi. [New Year's card 1964 with illustration of bird].
1 print (mezzoprint), 10.2 x 14.2 cm., on sheet: 14.4 x 38.8 cm. (78.79)
 
Hellé, André.
Box
22.1 [Bearded conductor with hat, holding up baton].
1 drawing (ink), 13 x 9.9 cm. (72.52.1)
Box
22.2 [Conductor, with arms down].
1 drawing (ink), 13 x 10 cm. (72.52.2)
Box
22.3 [Conductor].
1 drawing (ink), 6.5 x 6.3 cm. (72.52.3)
Box
22.4 [Man playing a cello].
1 drawing (ink), 12.8 x 16.2 cm. (72.52.4)
Box
22.5 [Conductor holding up baton].
1 drawing (ink), 13.5 x 10.2 cm. (72.52.5)
Box
22.6 [Piano player].
1 drawing (ink and white), 13.2 x 16.1 cm. (72.52.6)
Box
22.7 Revue de la Presse.
1 drawing (ink), 8.3 x 19.4 cm. (72.52.7)
Box
22.8 [Trumpeter].
1 drawing (ink), 12.1 x 10.4 cm. (72.52.8)
Box
22.9 [Black banjo player].
1 drawing (ink), 12.6 x 16.8 cm. (72.52.9)
Box
22.10 [Tuba player shooting note at pedestrian].
1 drawing (ink), 9.8 x 21.2 cm. (72.52.10)
Box
22.11 [Lyre player].
1 drawing (ink), 11.9 x 9.6 cm. (72.52.11)
Box
22.12 [Two figures with drum].
1 drawing (ink), 11.3 x 9.6 cm. (72.52.12)
Box
22.13 [Seated woman playing lyre].
1 drawing (ink), 9.6 x 10.9 cm. (72.52.13)
Box
22.14 [Three musicians].
1 drawing (ink), 11.3 x 19.6 cm. (72.52.14)
Box
22.15 Échos.
1 drawing (ink), 12.1 x 10.4 cm. (72.52.15)
 
Henry-Munsch, René -- see Rimbaud, Arthur (Box 31.28)
Box
3.30 Houghton, George William. Sisley Huddleston.
1 drawing (black crayon with gouache), 37.3 x 29.1 cm. (83.119.1)
 
Hugo, Jean.
See also Cocteau (Box 11.15, 20.1-2, 20.5) and Hugo, Valentine (Box 27.27)
Box
23.1 [Guillaume Apollinaire].
1 drawing (brown ink), 13.6 x 10.5 cm. (78.82)
 
[Georges Auric].
12 drawings (pencil)
Box
23.2 [Three-quarters portrait bust].
27.5 x 21 cm. (78.81)
Box
23.3 [Lying sideways on sofa, reading book].
20.9 x 27.4 cm. (99.6.1)
Box
23.4 [Seated with legs crossed, eyes closed].
40.6 x 26.8 cm. (99.6.2)
Box
23.5 [Seated with legs crossed, hands clasped].
30.9 x 22.8 cm. (99.6.3)
Box
23.6 [Full face].
31 x 22.7 cm. (99.6.4)
Box
23.7 [Profile, playing piano].
18.8 x 27.2 cm. (99.5.30)
Box
23.8 [Profile, playing piano].
18.5 x 26.4 cm. (99.5.31)
Box
23.9 [Profile, playing piano].
18.3 x 26.3 cm. (99.5.32)
Box
23.10 [Seated in chair, reading, blanket over legs].
13.2 x 20.8 cm. (99.5.33)
Box
23.11 [Seated in chair, holding book].
31.7 x 19.9 cm. (99.5.34)
Box
23.12 [Profile, playing piano; on graph paper].
21.4 x 13.7 cm. (99.5.35)
Box
23.13 [Profile, seated on piano stool].
26.3 x 20.3 cm. (99.5.36)
 
[Jean Cocteau].
Box
23.14
1 drawing (ink), 20.5 x 13.3 cm. (78.83.26)
Box
23.15
1 print (lithograph), 26 x 17.5 cm. (79.237)
Box
23.16 [Raymond Radiguet et Georges Auric].
1 drawing (pencil), 14.5 x 23.2 cm. (79.210)
 
Jean Hugo, Valentine Hugo, and Jean Cocteau, with table and couch.
5 drawings (ink)
Box
23.17 Nativité.
14.6 x 20 cm. (irreg.) (78.83.9)
Box
23.18 Saint famille.
19.7 x 27.1 cm. (78.83.25)
Box
23.19 Le famille Hugo.
20 x 26.8 cm. (78.83.31)
Box
23.20 Gage d'admiration & d'amour.
19.7 x 24 cm. (78.83.30)
Box
23.21 Les joies de la famille.
20 x 26.6 cm. (78.83.37)
 
Jean Hugo.
Box
23.22 [In bath tub].
1 drawing (ink), 14.9 x 20.9 cm. (78.83.39)
Box
23.23 [Three-quarters profile of head]. 1924.
1 drawing (ink), 13.4 x 11.7 cm. (78.83.40)
Box
23.24 Jean Hugo en 1921.
1 drawing (ink), 15.7 x 10.6 cm. (78.83.49)
Box
23.25 [With dog].
1 drawing (ink), 18.1 x 10.6 cm. (78.83.50)
 
Valentine Hugo.
3 drawings (ink)
Box
23.26 [Bust, with headdress].
8.5 x 6.4 cm. (irreg.) (78.83.13)
Box
23.27 [Seated in chair].
21.5 x 13.8 cm. (78.83.16)
Box
23.28 [Three-quarters bust, with hat].
21.5 x 13.8 cm. (78.83.36)
Box
24.1 [Men and women around outdoor fountain].
1 drawing (ink), 21.1 x 27 cm. (78.83.1)
Box
24.2 [Various figures and animals in landscape with mountains; possibly composite of drawings by J. Hugo, V. Hugo, J. Cocteau].
1 drawing (ink), 20.9 x 26.9 cm. (78.83.3)
Box
24.3 [Ballet dancers].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.5 cm. (78.83.5)
Box
24.4 La festo di porto plumo.
1 drawing (ink), 26.9 x 20 cm. (78.83.7)
Box
24.5 [Clock with statue of male nude and horse].
1 drawing (pencil), 20.7 x 13.3 cm. (78.83.11)
Box
24.6 [Woman on horse, within circus ring].
1 drawing (ink), 24.5 x 15.9 cm. (irreg.) (78.83.18)
Box
24.7 Photographies Taurines [three bulls].
1 drawing (ink), 10.6 x 15.8 cm. (78.83.21)
Box
24.8 Villa Felicie [woman, horse, profiles of a man's head, tree; inscriptions by J. Hugo and J. Cocteau].
1 drawing (ink), 18.4 x 14.7 cm. (78.83.24)
Box
24.9 Pour la belle Toulonnaise [top of ship].
1 drawing (ink), 26.8 x 20.7 cm. (78.83.44)
Box
24.10 [Vase of flowers].
1 drawing (pencil), 24.2 x 15.4 cm. (folded) (78.83.41)
Box
24.11 [Vase of flowers].
1 drawing (pencil), 24.2 x 14.9 cm. (irreg.) (78.83.46)
Box
24.12 [Sailboat].
1 drawing (ink), 13.8 x 21.1 cm. (78.83.47)
Box
24.13 [Two men and an animal].
1 drawing (pencil), 22 x 17 cm. (78.83.52)
Box
24.14 [Two hunters with dog].
1 drawing (ink), 21.9 x 16.9 cm. (78.83.53)
Box
24.15 [Male figure, clothed, standing between two female nudes].
1 drawing (pencil), 20.5 x 13.2 cm. (78.83.54)
Box
24.16 [Brothel scene].
1 drawing (pencil), 24.5 x 33.8 cm. (79.250)
Box
24.17 [Standing female wearing helmet, holding sword].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 20.1 cm. (78.83.34)
Box
24.18 Ecossais montagnard.
1 drawing (ink), 26.6 x 20.4 cm. (78.83.45)
Box
24.19 [Standing male in formal attire, with monocle and two canes].
1 drawing (ink), 28.3 x 22.2 cm. (78.83.56)
Box
24.20 [Masked woman in costume].
1 drawing (ink), 28.3 x 22.2 cm. (78.83.57)
Box
24.21 [Monocled man wearing top hat; verso: hand, glass, bottle, profile of face].
1 drawing (ink), 28.2 x 22.2 cm. (78.83.58)
Box
25.1 [Woman on horseback].
1 drawing (ink), 19.8 x 26.5 cm. (78.83.6)
Box
25.2 [Man and woman on horseback].
1 drawing (ink), 15.3 x 13.8 cm. (78.83.10)
Box
25.3 [Two men on horses, and bull].
1 drawing (ink), 9.5 x 13.8 cm. (78.83.14)
Box
25.4 Le Roi de Camargue [man and woman on horse].
1 drawing (ink), 21.3 x 13.7 cm. (78.83.17)
Box
25.5 Moeurs et coutumes provençales [man and woman on horse].
1 drawing (ink), 19.6 x 13.7 cm. (78.83.19)
Box
25.6 Souvenir de Camargue [man and woman on horse].
1 drawing (ink), 13.8 x 21.5 cm. (78.83.20)
Box
25.7 Amour de Gardian [man in Provençal costume, on horse, facing standing woman].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 13.7 cm. (78.83.28)
Box
25.8 [Rider and bull].
1 drawing (ink), 13.3 x 20.7 cm. (78.83.32)
Box
25.9 [Men on horses, herding bulls].
1 drawing (ink), 20.1 x 27.1 cm. (78.83.48)
Box
25.10 [Various figures, some on horseback, and bulls in field].
1 drawing (ink), 8.1 x 13.6 cm. (irreg.) (79.151)
Box
25.11 Faust et Le Pape entrant au Paradis [six figures on horses; house with palm trees].
1 drawing (ink), 20 x 26.6 cm. (78.83.8)
Box
25.12 Assaut du mas de Paradis [six figures on horses, house with palm trees]. 1919.
1 drawing (ink), 20.2 x 31 cm. (78.83.22)
Box
25.13 A l'assaut do Mas de Paradis [six figures on horses; house].
1 drawing (ink), 20.2 x 26.5 cm. (78.83.38)
Box
25.14 Le Pont d'Avignon.
1 drawing (pencil), 20.8 x 13.3 cm. (78.83.12)
Box
25.15 [Church tower].
1 drawing (ink), 21.4 x 13.3 cm. (78.83.23)
Box
25.16 [Church].
1 drawing (ink), 13.2 x 20.8 cm. (78.83.33)
Box
25.17 [Buildings and bridges].
1 drawing (ink), 13.2 x 20.8 cm. (78.83.42)
Box
25.18 [Train crossing bridge].
1 drawing (pencil), 20.8 x 13.3 cm. (78.83.43)
Box
25.19 [Buildings and boat].
1 drawing (ink), 13.2 x 20.8 cm. (83.121.4)
Box
25.20 [Various items on table; abstract].
1 drawing (pencil), 18 x 26 cm. (78.83.51)
Box
25.21 [Various items on table].
1 print (linocut), 16.9 x 16.9 cm. (78.83.59)
Box
25.22 [Three couples dancing].
1 drawing (ink), 20.9 x 26.9 cm. (78.83.2)
Box
25.23 [Couples dancing].
1 drawing (ink), 20.9 x 26.9 cm. (78.83.27)
Box
39.7 Hugo, Jean (attributed to). [Lion, lion-trainer, and woman].
1 drawing (ink), 49.8 x 39.8 cm. (85.85.6); see also Cocteau (Box 11.15) for same image drawn by Jean Cocteau.
 
Hugo, Valentine. See also Cocteau (Box 11.10), Hugo, Jean (Box 24.2)
Georges Auric.
Box
26.1 [Profile of head]. 1921.
1 print (lithograph), 26 x 22 cm. (78.70.1)
Box
26.2 [Profile of head]. 1921.
Reproduction, 29 x 25 cm. (99.5.29)
[Profile of head, with collar]. 1921.
2 prints (lithograph), 31 x 21.3 cm.
Box
26.3 With blue margin.
(99.5.28)
Box
26.4
(99.6.11)
Box
26.5 [Profile, with bow tie; study for lithograph?].
1 drawing (pencil), 27.2 x 21.1 cm. (78.70.2)
Box
26.6 [Profile of head and neck].
1 drawing (conté crayon, pencil), 37 x 26.9 cm. Signed. (99.6.10)
Box
26.7 [Profile of face, with ear].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.9 x 20.9 cm. (99.6.5)
Box
26.8 [Profile of face].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.9 x 18.3 cm. (99.6.6)
Box
26.9 [Profile of head].
1 drawing (pencil), 24 x 20.8 cm. (99.6.7)
Box
26.10 [Profile of head, neck, bowtie].
1 drawing (pencil), 24.4 x 20.9 cm. (99.6.8)
Box
26.11 [Profile of head].
1 drawing (conté crayon), 23.3 x 19 cm. (99.6.9)
Box
26.12 [René Char].
1 drawing (charcoal), 30.6 x 19.9 cm. (78.143)
Box
26.13 [Isadora Duncan].
1 drawing (pastel, color), 32.2 x 24 cm. (99.5.50)
 
Paul Eluard.
Box
26.14
1 drawing (pencil), 23.5 x 19.6 cm. (78.69)
Box
26.15
1 drawing (pencil), 28.6 x 13.2 cm. (78.71)
 
Pierre-Jean Jouve.
Box
26.16 [Face].
1 drawing (pencil), 31.9 x 24 cm. (99.5.51)
Box
26.17 [Two heads].
1 drawing (ink), 23.5 x 18.5 cm. (99.5.52)
Box
26.18 [Head, red glasses].
1 drawing (ink, pencil, color), 19.5 x 13.4 cm. (99.5.53)
Box
26.19 [Head, glasses].
1 drawing (pencil), 22.4 x 16 cm. (99.5.54)
Box
26.20 [Head].
1 drawing (pencil, 20.9 x 14.3 cm. (99.5.55)
Box
26.21 [Head, glasses].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.8 x 20.9 cm. (99.5.56)
Box
26.22 [Francis Poulenc].
1 drawing (pencil), 24.1 x 15 cm. (99.5.57)
Box
26.23 [Raymond Radiguet].
1 drawing (pencil), 30.2 x 23.5 cm. (79.249)
 
Tristan Tzara.
Box
26.24 1920.
1 drawing (charcoal), 27 x 20.9 cm. (78.72)
Box
26.25
1 drawing (ink, blue and black), 25.2 x 20.4 cm. (78.88)
Box
26.26 [Head of unknown person].
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21.2 cm. (78.75)
Box
27.1 Manginer - une mangue.
1 drawing (pencil, color), 20.3 x 27 cm. (78.74)
Box
27.2 [Ladybug on pansy]. 1953.
1 print (etching, color), 15.9 x 22.6 cm. (81.3.9)
Box
27.3 [Girl sitting between tree and pond].
1 painting (gouache, ink), 15.9 x 12.2 cm. (80.80)
Box
27.4 Petrouchka. 1912.
1 print (woodcut, hand color), 11.3 x 15.4 cm. (99.5.59)
Box
27.5 [Botticelli's Spring, from Allegory of Spring].
1 drawing (gouache, pastel), 32.6 x 25 cm. (78.101)
Box
27.6 [Anatomical sketches of vertebrae and other bones].
1 drawing (ink), 21.2 x 26.8 cm. (80.83.11)
Box
27.7 [Two heads of men].
1 drawing (pencil and crayon), 20.4 x 26.5 cm. (irreg.) (80.83.10)
Box
27.8 [Two standing figures outside a building entrance].
1 drawing (pencil), 14.4 x 11.7 cm. (80.83.7)
Box
27.9 [Two designs].
1 drawing (pencil), 21.1 x 13.5 cm. (irreg.) (80.83.8)
Box
27.10 [Envelope?].
1 drawing (crayon, red), 31 x 21.2 cm. (80.83.9)
 
Two fashion drawings.
Box
27.11 [Woman with hat].
1 drawing (ink, crayon, zinc white, watercolor), 12.7 x 8.8 cm. (80.83.1)
Box
27.12 [Woman in hat and long dress].
1 drawing (ink, crayon, zinc white, watercolor), 25.2 x 11.6 cm. (irregular) (80.83.2)
Box
27.13 Pour Les Amitiés particulières Peyrefitte.
1 print (lithograph), 27.9 x 18.5 cm. (99.5.58)
 
Box
27.14 Reproductions.
[Woman's head below flower and moth; lithograph, color].
2 reproductions, 18.5 x 11.5 cm. (87.99.1-87.99.2))
[René Char].
4 reproductions (negative), 27 x 21 cm. (87.99.3-87.99.6)
[Valentine Hugo].
2 reproductions, 26.9 x 21.2 cm. (87.99.7-87.99.8)
 
Pastel drawings.
Box
27.15 [Eyes and heart].
27 x 20.5 cm. (78.73.1)
Box
27.16 Nostalgie VII. [Self-portrait]. 1962.
27 x 20.4 cm. (78.73.2)
Box
27.17 [Magenta and blue design].
27.2 x 20.5 cm. (78.73.3)
Box
27.18 [Magenta and blue design].
27.1 x 20.5 cm. (78.73.4)
Box
27.19 [Blue and green design].
26.8 x 20.5 cm. (78.73.5)
Box
27.20 [Magenta, blue and green design].
31.2 x 20.9 cm. (78.73.6)
Box
27.21 [Blue design].
31.4 x 20.8 cm. (78.73.7)
Box
27.22 [Robed figure with out-stretched arms].
1 drawing (crayon, blue), 12.9 x 9 cm. (80.83.3)
Box
27.23 [Three figures?].
1 drawing (crayon, blue), 8.8 x 12.8 cm. (80.83.4)
Box
27.24 [Standing figure].
1 drawing (crayon, blue), 12.9 x 9 cm. (80.83.5)
Box
27.25 [Standing figure with arms raised].
1 drawing (crayon, blue), 12.9 x 9 cm. (80.83.6)
Box
27.26 [Sketchbook].
6 drawings: Album: 31.5 x 24 cm. (81.3.1-8)
Box
27.27 Hugo, Valentine, and Hugo, Jean. [Orchestra].
1 drawing (crayon, red), 21.4 x 27.4 cm. (80.79)
 
Ionesco, Eugène.
Box
4.1 Le poisson.
1 print (lithograph, color), 22.3 x 28 cm. (97.12.1)
Box
4.2 Dabbeui.
1 print (lithograph, color), 24 x 25 cm. (97.12.2)
 
La Nef des fous.
Box
4.3
1 print (lithograph, color), 24.2 x 25.1 cm. (97.12.3)
Box
4.4
1 print (lithograph), 24.2 x 25.1 cm. (97.12.4)
Box
39.8 Pour Enrico Meierhofer.
1 print (lithograph, color), 25 x 48 cm. (97.12.5)
Box
39.9 Sont-ils beaux? 1984.
1 print (lithograph, color), 40 x 36 cm. (97.12.6)
Box
39.10 Les petits hommes.
1 print (lithograph, color), 53.4 x 42 cm. (97.12.7)
Box
39.11 Serie.
1 print (lithograph, color), 38 x 56 cm. (97.12.8)
Box
4.5 Bêtes ou pas bêtes. St. Gallen: Erker-Presse, 1984.
Portfolio (7 prints (lithograph, color); 36.5 x 24.9 cm. (99.2.1-8)
Box
39.12 Eugène Ionesco, Bêtes ou pas bêtes [exhibition poster]. 1984.
1 print (lithograph, color), 69.7 x 45.4 cm. (97.12.9)
 
Jacob, Max.
Box
4.6 [Cutout of church facade].
1 drawing (blue-gray crayon), 14.4 x 21.8 cm. (78.211)
Box
4.7 [Figure sketches of figures].
1 drawing (brown ink and pencil), 21 x 27 cm. (78.212)
Box
4.8 [Bull's head].
2 drawings (ink and pencil) on 1 sheet, 31 x 20.3 cm. (78.214)
Box
4.9 [Two figures and man's (Christ's?) head].
1 drawing (brown ink), 11.3 x 15.7 cm. (78.215)
Box
4.10 [Kneeling male figure].
1 drawing (ink), 11.3 x 7.5 cm. (78.216)
Box
4.11 Dessins cabalistiques.
1 drawing (black ink, pencil, red crayon), 30.8 x 21 cm. (78.217)
 
[Japhet?].
Box
4.12 [Messy room].
1 drawing (black ink, blue pencil), 23.8 x 15.2 cm. (78.220)
Box
4.13 [Two figures in front of bed].
1 drawing (black ink, blue pencil), 24 x 15.8 cm. (78.221)
Box
4.14 Kienerk, Giorgio. [August Rodin].
1 drawing (brown ink), 24.3 x 16.2 cm. (78.160)
Box
4.15 Kopaç, Slavko. [Three four-legged beasts; illustration for Robert Lebel's article "La Clivadière" in Almanach surréaliste du demi-siècle, No. spécial de La Nef, 1950, p. 47].
1 drawing (ink), 16.8 x 21.1 cm. (99.5.60)
 
La Fresnaye, Roger de.
Box
5.1 [Raymond Radiguet]. (attributed to Roger de La Fresnaye) 1919.
1 drawing (pencil), 28.5 x 22.3 cm. (79.240)
Box
5.2 [Jean Cocteau and unidentified man].
Reproduction, 17.6 x 12.1 cm. (79.164.1)
Box
5.3 [Jean Cocteau].
Reproduction, 17.6 x 11.2 cm. (79.164.2)
Box
5.4 [Unidentified woman].
Reproduction, 17.4 x 11.4 cm. (79.164.3)
Box
5.5 Lagut, Irène. [Raymond Radiguet].
1 drawing (ink, pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (99.5.61); see also Cocteau (Box 11.8)
Location
Flat file Lanskoy, André. The Grolier Club / New York / 47 East 60th Street / The Books of Pierre Lecuire / 24 May / 29 July 1994 [Cortege, Cover by Lanskoy (enlarged detail)].
Poster (color) (98.1.19)
 
Laurencin, Marie.
Box
5.6 Misia [Floral greeting sketch to Misia Sert].
1 drawing (pencil, color), 17.3 x 18.4 cm. (68.108)
Box
5.7 [Zéphire (Extrait de la vie d'un loup)]. 1920.
1 painting (watercolor, pencil, ink) on tracing paper, 22.6 x 28.7 cm. (79.19)
Box
5.8 [Self portrait: head profile].
1 drawing (graphite pencil, red pencil), 29 x 22.8 cm. (79.20)
Box
5.9 Leal, Olavo d'Eça. [Seated female figure].
1 drawing (graphite pencil), 36.1 x 25 cm. (79.236)
 
Lébédeff, Jean.
Box
5.10 [Still life with pitcher, bowl, mirror].
1 print (woodcut), 4.8 x 13 cm. (78.90.1)
Box
5.11 [Still life with hat, pipe, glove].
1 print (woodcut), 4.9 x 13 cm. (78.90.2)
Box
5.12 [Man standing and woman seated].
1 print (woodcut), 16.5 x 13 cm. (78.90.3)
Box
5.13 [Man with tray and teapot].
1 print (woodcut), 16.9 x 12.9 cm. (78.90.4)
 
Le Corbusier.
Box
5.14 [Two abstract figures, seated]. 1936.
1 print (lithograph, color), 21.6 x 28.8 cm. (83.120.2)
Box
5.15 [Two women]. 1932.
1 print (lithograph, color), 21.6 x 26.9 cm. (83.120.3)
Box
5.16 Le Minh. [Houses and mountain].
1 painting (watercolor) on thin sheet of wood, 17.7 x 12 cm. (80.85)
Box
5.17 Lepère, Auguste. [Woman and girl].
1 print (engraving), 7.6 x 4 cm. (73.190)
Box
5.18 Lombard, Alfred. [Seated female nude, head and upper torso]. Inscribed on verso: "A Madame Gustave Coquiot, en souvenir de mon ami Alfred Lombard."
1 painting (oil), 24 x 18.8 cm. (99.5.42)
Box
5.19 Lynch, Albert. Les Quartiers de La Dame aux Camélias. H. Manesse sc. d'après Lynch.
1 print (engraving), 28.9 x 20.8 cm. (99.5.48)
 
Maillol, Aristide.
Box
5.20 [Page proofs with 3 illustrations; pages 3-6].
2 folded sheets (1 blank), 38.2 cm. (98.1.10.a-b)
Box
5.21 [Page proofs] Les éclogues de Virgile.
3 folded sheets (1 blank), 33 cm. (98.1.12.a-c)
Box
5.22 Malpertuy, E. [Alexandre Dumas fils].
1 drawing (ink), 23.7 x 15.4 cm. (99.5.46)
Box
5.23 Man Ray Lautréamont, “E/A II/VII.” 1965.
1 print (etching), 25.1 x 19.7 cm. (2004.10)
 
Manesse, Henri -- see Lynch, Albert (Box 5.19)
Box
5.24 Marceau, Marcel. Marcel Marceau [self-portrait].
1 drawing (ink), 29.5 x 21.7 cm. (78.159)
Location
Flat file Marise. Jean Cocteau.
Collage (pastel, pipe cleaner, thread, clay), 28.1 x 21 cm. (79.265)
Box
5.25 Martinie, Henri. [Paul Valéry; inscribed: “à Gaston Riou, souvenir de l’ami Paul Valéry].
1 print (etching), 22.8 x 16.5 cm. (73.305)
Box
5.26 Masereel, Frans. [Gustave Coquiot].
1 print (woodcut), 14.1 x 9 cm. (99.5.62)
Box
5.27 Masson, André [Two erotic studies for Louis Aragon’s Le con d’Irène (1928), and a Cubist design labeled “lueur des tris”]. 1928?
1 drawing (ink), 21.4 x 30.8 cm. (2004.11)
 
Matisse, Henri.
Box
37.1 [Head of a woman, profile].
Linoleum block, 15.9 x 8.9 cm. (73.252)
Box
37.2 [Head of a woman, face view].
Linoleum block, 15.9 x 8.9 cm. (73.253)
Box
37.3 [Seated woman].
Linoleum block, 28.3 x 19.8 cm. (73.254)
Box
5.28 Miller, Frank. (after Eduardo García Benito). Madonna of the Vineyard [inscribed: “To Jean Cocteau … from Frank Crowninshield 1926”].
1 painting (laquer: red and gold on black; on board), 29.6 x 23.5 cm. (79.242)
Location
Flat file Miller, Henry. [Echolalia: reproductions of water colors]. 1945. "Engraver's proofs"; Bern Porter's description tipped in.
Portfolio (10 leaves of plates); 35.5 x 28.1 cm. (74.230)
Box
6.1 Miró, Joan. Joan Miró: Novembre 1987-Janvier 1988: 11, Grand-rue-Genève: Galerie Patrick Cramer: [exhibition poster].
Poster (color), 59.3 x 42 cm. folded to 29.7 x 21 cm. (accompanied by price list) (98.1.11)
Location
Flat file Monnier, Marie. [Standing figure strangling woman falling back].
Embroidery (silk threads, color), 14.5 x 4.7 cm., sewn onto black satin mat, framed (24.1 x 14.2 cm.) (78.67)
 
Moreau, Luc-Albert. Illustrations for F. Carco's Tableau de l'amour vénal, 1924.
Box
6.2 [Standing woman in dress and ankle boots, hands on hips; unpublished design].
1 drawing (pencil), 24.1 x 18.9 cm. (78.171)
Box
6.3 [Seated woman, legs crossed, with large hat; design similar to 2nd illustration].
1 drawing (pencil), 23.8 x 18.9 cm. (78.172)
Box
6.4 [Semi-nude woman seen from behind; design similar to 5th illustration].
1 drawing (pencil), 23.8 x 18.9 cm. (78.173)
Box
6.5-6 [Various figures of men and women in dark room].
2 prints (lithograph), 17.1 x 12.2 cm. (78.174.1.a, 78.174.1.b)
Box
6.7 [Nude black woman].
1 print (lithograph), 17.9 x 12.4 cm. (78.174.2)
Box
6.8 [Couple (two men?) in café].
1 print (lithograph), 16.5 x 12.6 cm. (78.174.3)
Box
6.9 [Seated woman, with legs crossed].
1 print (lithograph), 17 x 12.5 cm. (78.174.4)
Box
6.10 [Man with bowler hat, standing behind woman in hat].
1 print (lithograph), 17.2 x 12.6 cm. (78.174.5)
Box
6.11 [Café scene with various figures, phonograph horn in back].
1 print (lithograph), 16.9 x 12.7 cm. (78.174.6)
Box
6.12 [Large woman seen from behind, with her bottom exposed, looking out window].
1 print (lithograph), 17 x 12.6 cm. (78.174.7)
Box
6.13 [Well-dressed woman seated in restaurant booth, man in background].
1 print (lithograph), 16.7 x 12.4 cm. (78.174.8)
Box
6.14 [Three female nudes].
1 print (lithograph), 17.2 x 12.7 cm. (78.174.9)
Box
6.15 [Gigolo and his patron in opera theatre box].
1 print (lithograph), 17.5 x 12.5 cm. (78.174.10)
Box
6.16 [Large woman in dress with semi-nude woman].
1 print (lithograph), 17.7 x 12.2 cm. (78.174.11)
 
Morisot, Berthe. Etchings, 1887-1888. These proofs later pulled by Ambroise Vollard, circa 1921.
Box
28.1 [Woman holding cat].
1 print (etching), 14.9 x 12 cm. (78.97.1)
Box
28.2 [Two women].
1 print (etching), 18.9 x 13.8 cm. (78.97.2)
Box
28.3 [Two trees next to water, boat].
1 print (etching), 15.7 x 12 cm. (78.97.3)
Box
28.4 [Duck at pond].
1 print (etching), 14 x 10 cm. (78.97.4)
Box
28.5 [Two geese].
1 print (etching), 15.1 x 11.9 cm. (78.97.5)
Box
28.6 [Seated female, semi-nude].
1 print (etching), 13.9 x 9.7 cm. (78.97.6)
Box
28.7 [Reclining woman].
1 print (etching), 8.3 x 11.6 cm. (78.97.7)
Box
28.8 [Swan, duck, two girls].
1 print (etching), 12 x 14.8 cm. (78.97.8)
Box
6.17 Mortier, Robert. Guillaume Apollinaire.
1 drawing (pencil), 16.6 x 17.4 cm. (99.5.63)
 
Nanteuil, Célestin.
Box
40.1 Jeanne d'Arc blessée au siege de Paris.
1 drawing (pencil), 50.2 x 32.5 cm. (70.27.1)
 
Collection Malherbe.
Box
40.2 [Two sketches (one of Pan?) mounted on one sheet].
2 drawings (pencil), 32.4 x 50.2 cm. (sheet) (70.27.2-3)
Box
40.3 [Two sketches mounted on one sheet; one is sketch for etching with reversed lettering: SAPHIR / OPER].
2 drawings (pencil), 32.4 x 50.3 cm. (sheet) (70.27.4-5)
Box
40.4 [Woman on balcony, figure below].
1 drawing (pencil), 49.9 x 32.6 cm. (70.27.6)
Box
40.5 [Three sketches on one sheet].
1 drawing (pencil), 50.3 x 32.6 cm. (70.27.7)
Box
40.6 Alceste.
1 drawing (pencil), 32.4 x 50.3 cm. (70.27.8)
Box
6.18 Noël, Pierre. Le "Bel-Ami" de Maupassant.
1 drawing (ink and white), 10.4 x 9.7 cm. (73.7)
Box
6.19 Oberlé, Jean. [Jean Cocteau].
1 drawing (pencil, conté crayon), 26.7 x 19 cm. (79.222)
Location
Sculpture storage Ochsé, Louise. [Mask of Debussy].
1 sculpture (terra-cotta), 26 x 18 x 10 cm. (68.16)
 
Ostade, Adriaen van.
Box
6.20 Pictor Apellaea pingas licet arte tabetlam ... [painter in studio].
1 print (etching), 23.5 x 17.4 cm. (78.77)
Box
6.21 [Outdoor scene with street peddler, various figures].
1 print (etching), 15.1 x 12.1 cm. (78.78)
Box
6.22 Pach, Walter. [New York City scene]. 1927.
1 print (etching), 17.4 x 12.4 cm. (98.1.4)
 
Pascin, Jules.
Pierre MacOrlan.
Box
Flat file
1 printing plate (zinc), 14.6 x 9.5 cm. (73.257a)
Box
6.23 Portrait de MacOrlan [proof covered with handwritten notes; verso: proof from a wood block].
1 print (etching), 14.6 x 9.5 cm. (73.257b)
Box
Flat file
1 printing plate (zinc), 13.9 x 9.8 cm. (73.258)
 
Box
Flat file Tristan Derème.
Printing plate (copper), 12 x 9.4 cm. (73.259)
Box
6.24 [Three women sitting].
1 print (etching), 12.9 x 18 cm. (73.249)
 
Picabia, Francis.
Box
42.6 [Jean Cocteau].
1 drawing (ink), 27 x 21 cm. (77.24)
Box
42.7 Le Bon Maître [Erik Satie].
1 drawing (conté crayon), 26.2 x 20.8 cm. (77.31)
 
Picasso, Pablo -- see also Cocteau
(Box 20.19-20.20)
Box
6.25 [Fernande Olivier].
1 drawing (ink), 18.2 x 11.5 cm. (68.15)
Location
Flat file [Postcard to Jean Cocteau]. 1919.
1 drawing (watercolor) on card, 9 x 14 cm. (77.28)
Box
6.26 Jean Cocteau.
Reproduction, 13.3 x 9.9 cm. (79.263)
Location
Flat file [Cocteau and Maria Shabelska]. 1917.
1 drawing (pencil), 27 x 21 cm. (77.29)
 
Location
Flat file Ex-LiBRiS [bookplate design for Guillaume Apollinaire].
1 painting (watercolor, ink), 18.7 x 12 cm. (approximately) (65.9)
 
Location
Flat file Hommage à Basket.
Collage-object (wool, steel-wire supports, satin bow, wool roses, lace basket, wooden frame, glass), 14.9 x 16.8 cm. (70.35)
Location
Sculpture storage La Vénus de Gaz.
1 sculpture (cast-iron burner), 25.5 cm. (approximately) (68.14)
Box
6.27 Proust, Marcel. [Landscape with trees].
1 drawing (ink), 11.2 x 17.6 cm. (78.218)
Box
6.28 Pruna, Pedro. [Self portrait].
1 drawing (pencil), 22.3 x 18.4 cm. (80.47)
 
Quarante, Lucien -- see Renan, Ernest (Box 6.34)
 
Rassenfosse, Armand.
Claude Farrère.
Box
29.1
1 print (soft-ground etching), 14.8 x 10.7 cm. (78.184.1)
Box
29.2
1 print (soft-ground etching, with watercolor and zinc white), 14.8 x 10.7 cm. (78.184.2)
 
[Louis Laloy].
Box
29.3
1 print (etching, hand color), 13.7 x 8.7 cm. (75.134.3)
Box
29.4
1 print (etching), 13.7 x 8.7 cm. (75.134.4)
 
[Emile Verhaeren]. Reproduction of an aquatint.
Box
29.5
1 print (electroplate), 27.1 x 19.3 cm. (78.186.1)
Box
29.6
1 print (electroplate), 31.7 x 24.7 cm. (78.186.2)
Box
29.7 [Bearded man with hat; three-quarters profile head portrait].
"1.r etant." Print (etching), 17.7 x 11.7 cm. (78.185)
Box
29.8 Arc de Germaicus à Saintes.
1 drawing (ink, zinc white, pencil), 14.6 x 19.4 cm. (75.134)
Box
29.9 [Young woman at table with books; advertisement for Dorbon Ainé].
1 drawing (ink wash, pencil), 18.5 x 28.7 cm. (69.77)
 
Illustrations for Claude Farrère's Shahra Sultane, Paris, Dorbon-Ainé, 1923.
Box
29.10 [Man with rake].
1 drawing (pencil), 15.2 x 21.5 cm. (65.528.1)
Box
29.11 [Three figures in a procession].
1 drawing (pencil), 18.4 x 27.6 cm. (65.528.2)
Box
29.12 [Sultan on horseback, surrounded by guards].
1 print (lithograph, hand color), 15.5 x 15.1 cm. (65.528.3)
Box
29.13 [Seated woman].
1 drawing (ink, watercolor, gilt), 17.6 x 16.3 cm. (irreg.) (65.528.4)
Box
29.14 [Sultan holding hooded falcon, standing next to decorative border].
1 painting (watercolor, ink, gilt, pencil), 27.9 x 23.2 cm. (65.528.5)
 
Redon, Odilon.
Illustrations for an edition of Stéphane Mallarmé's Un coup de dés jamais n'abolira le hasard, which was planned by Vollard but never published. 1900.
3 lithographs.
Box
30.1 [Profile of woman in medieval costume facing bird's beak, faint second tilted profile, two dice].
38.3 x 29 cm. (68.29.1)
Box
30.2 [Mermaid with large plumed feathers on her head].
35.2 x 28.3 cm. (68.29.2)
Box
30.3 [Child's face below and behind curved edge; floating object above].
23 x 18.5 cm. (68.29.3)
 
Les Fleurs du Mal / Charles Baudelaire; interprétations par Odilon Redon.
Box
30.4 [S.l.: s.n.]. . [1800s]
1 portfolio (9 prints (lithograph?)), 33.5 x 25.8 cm. (69.71.1-9)
Box
30.5 Bruxelles: Edmond Deman, 1891.
1 portfolio (9 prints (etching)), 21.5 x 15.5 cm. (78.66.1-9)
 
Renan, Ernest. (subject)
Bonnat, Léon-Joseph-Florentin. [Ernest Renan].
Box
6.29 L. Bonnat del et sc.
1 print (etching), 24.1 x 21.5 cm. (79.147.1)
Box
6.30 1892. L. Bonnat pinx. J. Payrau sc.
1 print (etching), 22 x 18 cm. (79.147.5)
Box
6.31 F[illegible]. E. Renan. Pierre Petit photog.
1 print (lithograph), 24.5 x 20.2 cm. (79.147.2)
Box
6.32 Florian, Frédéric. Ernest Renan.
1 print (wood engraving), 23.3 x 14.8 cm. (79.147.6)
Box
6.33 P. L. Ernest Renan.
1 print (etching), 16.5 x 10.8 cm. (79.147.3)
Box
6.34 Quarante, Lucien. Renan (after sculpture bust by Saint-Marceaux).
1 print (etching), 17.1 x 12.6 cm. (79.147.4)
 
Renouard, Paul.
Box
6.35 [Two ballet dancers].
1 print (etching), 13.2 x 19 cm. (98.1.5)
Box
6.36 [Me (Maître) Labori, Zola, Clemenceau].
1 drawing (crayon), 35.7 x 27 cm. (73.450)
Box
6.37 Parade d'execution du jugements du Conseil de Guerre. Ecole militaire. Le janvier 1895. [Dreyfus being stripped of his uniform before the gathered army. Ms. notations identify specific individuals](attributed to Paul Renouard). [1895?]
1 drawing (watercolor, ink, pencil), 27.4 x 39.9 cm. (78.189)
 
Rimbaud, Arthur (as artist and subject)
Berrichon, Paterne.
Box
31.1 [Portrait of Rimbaud as a boy].
Reproduction, 11.7 x 8.2 cm. (reproduction of an ink drawing) (68.47.1)
Box
31.2 [Arthur Rimbaud in London].
1 drawing (pencil), 25.7 x 17.5 cm. (68.47.2)
 
[Isabelle Rimbaud].
Box
31.3
1 drawing (pencil), 21.4 x 12.7 cm. (68.47.3)
Box
31.4
1 drawing (pencil), 23.3 x 12.8 cm. (68.47.4)
Box
31.5
1 drawing (pencil), 12.7 x 21.1 cm. (68.47.5)
Box
31.6
1 drawing (pencil), 30.9 x 24.8 cm. (68.47.6)
Box
31.7
1 drawing (conté crayon), 31.1 x 24.1 cm. (68.47.7)
 
Pencil tracings by Paterne Berrichon of original drawings by Arthur Rimbaud.
Box
31.8 Dimanche au Village.
1 drawing (ink), 26.6 x 21 cm. (74.192.1)
Box
31.9 [Man's head; figure walking].
1 drawing (ink), 11.4 x 16.4 cm. (74.192.2)
Box
31.10 [Man standing in front of tree].
1 drawing (pencil), 17.8 x 14.5 cm. (74.192.3)
Box
31.11 [Potted plants inside, in front of window; side of figure].
1 drawing (ink), 16.3 x 14.5 cm. (74.192.4)
Box
31.12 [Standing figure, with walking stick, monocle, hat flying off; getting kicked].
1 drawing (ink), 18.2 x 10.3 cm. (74.192.5)
Box
31.13 Gateux.
1 drawing (ink), 11.1 x 13.3 cm. (74.192.6)
Box
31.14 [Two men with hats, looking at a book].
1 drawing (ink), 7.8 x 10 cm. (74.192.7)
Box
31.15 Horace Vernet prenant l'armée Francaise sur le fait.
1 drawing (ink), 14.5 x 12 cm. (74.192.8)
Box
31.16 [Three men].
1 drawing (ink), 7.8 x 11.5 cm. (74.192.9)
Box
31.17 [Standing woman in long ball gown].
1 drawing (ink), 9.1 x 8 cm. (74.192.10)
Box
31.18 [Standing man in hat and long coat, holding walking stick].
1 drawing (ink), 14.1 x 7.5 cm. (74.192.11)
Box
31.19 [Two standing figures (in costume?)].
1 drawing (ink), 11.7 x 8.8 cm. (74.192.12)
Box
31.20 [Man's head, with hat].
1 drawing (ink), 5.8 x 6 cm. (74.192.13)
Box
31.21 [Man's head].
1 drawing (ink), 8 x 6 cm. (74.192.14)
Box
31.22 [Two men's faces].
1 drawing (ink), 7.3 x 5.7 cm. (74.192.15)
Box
31.23 [Old woman writing].
1 drawing (ink), 11 x 6.8 cm. (74.192.16)
Box
31.24 Le marchand de chansons.
1 drawing (ink), 10 x 6.9 cm. (74.192.17)
Box
31.25 [Envelope addressed to Monsieur Paterne Berrichon].
14.1 x 24.9 cm. (74.192.18)
Box
31.26-27 Gorvel, Georges Emile Louis Eugène. Arthur Rimbaud.
2 prints (etching), 11 x 8 cm. (73.451, 74.194)
Box
31.28 Henry-Munsch, René. [Arthur Rimbaud].
Reproduction, 28.9 x 20.2 cm. (74.195)
Box
42.8 Rivera, Diego. [Jean Cocteau].
1 drawing (pencil), 50.5 x 45.4 cm. (84.1); for painting by an unidentified artist, which was formerly used as backing for this work when it was framed. See also Unidentified (Box 41.11)
Box
6.38 Rodin, Auguste. [Two heads of men illustrating a man with a face wound, before and after surgery: Form letter acknowledging contributions]. 1916.
1 print (etching), 17.6 x 11.3 cm. (78.155)
 
Rose, Francis, Sir.
Box
32.1 S S S B [Four vignettes labelled: "1 Spring 2 Summer 3 Autumn 4 Winter"].
1 drawing (scratchboard), 5.7 x 15.2 cm. (73.454.1)
Box
32.2 End of Autumn [Three peacocks].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 5.7 x 7 cm. (73.454.2)
Box
32.3 End [Church steeple].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 8.5 x 6.2 cm. (73.454.3)
Box
32.4 Summer [Landscape with bird perched on branch; surrounded by decorative border].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 14.6 x 9.9 cm. (73.454.4)
Box
32.5 Spring [Landscape with flowers, bird in sky; within architectural border].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 15.4 x 10.4 cm. (73.454.5)
Box
32.6 Winter [Snowy landscape, bird in foreground; within decorative border].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 15 x 9.9 cm. (73.454.6)
Box
32.7 Autumn [Landscape with owl at center, two pheasants and other birds; within decorative border].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 14.8 x 9.8 cm. (73.454.7)
Box
32.8 End: Spring [Vase of flowers].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 5.2 x 8.2 cm. (73.454.8)
Box
32.9 [Landscape with flowers].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 9.6 x 5.9 cm. (73.454.9)
Box
32.10 Contents [The word "Contents" surrounded by flowers, within box].
1 drawing (ink on scratchboard), 3.8 x 6.9 cm. (73.454.10)
 
Botanical drawings.
Box
33.1 Orchis Incarnata L. 1943.
1 painting (watercolor and pencil), 25.2 x 15.6 cm. (73.463.1)
Box
33.2 [Flower].
1 drawing (watercolor and pencil), 29 x 7.7 cm. (73.463.2)
Box
33.3 Epipactis vectensis Brooke and Rose. 1939.
1 drawing (pencil), 16.4 x 13.7 cm. (73.463.3)
Box
33.4 Orchis simia (Lam.) Var. macea (Lindl.). 1923?
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 21.7 x 9.8 cm. (73.463.4)
Box
33.5 [Flower].
1 painting (watercolor), 25.8 x 14 cm. (73.463.5)
Box
33.6 [Abstract].
1 painting (watercolor), 42 x 26.2 cm. (75.62)
 
Drawings with various book motifs.
Box
33.7 [Abstract; three ink blots on two sheets of paper (one signed), mounted onto a third sheet of paper].
1 drawing (ink), 25.5 x 33 cm. (75.65.1)
Box
33.8 [Two open books; drawn on two sheets of paper, mounted onto a third sheet].
2 drawings (ink), 25.5 x 33 cm. (75.65.2)
Box
33.9 [Open books; drawn on two sheets of paper, mounted onto a third sheet].
3 drawings (ink), 25.5 x 33 cm. (75.65.3)
Box
33.10 [Abstract].
1 drawing (ink), 25.5 x 33 cm. (75.65.4)
Box
33.11 [Abstract].
1 drawing (ink), 25.9 x 33 cm. (75.65.5)
Box
33.12 [Abstract].
1 drawing (ink), 25 x 33 cm. (75.65.6)
Box
33.13 [Books on table with lamp].
1 drawing (ink), 23.8 x 32.5 cm. (75.65.7)
Box
33.14 [Lamp].
1 drawing (ink), 15.5 x 20.4 cm. (75.65.8)
Box
33.15 Owls and clowns [exhibition catalog]. -- London : Molton Gallery, [195-?].
[11] pages: illustrated; 19 cm. (85.133)
Box
40.7 [Nativity scene].
1 painting (watercolor, ink), 49 x 62.5 cm. (73.308)
Box
40.8 [Abstract design].
1 drawing (ink), 38 x 43 cm. (75.64)
Box
40.9 [Lamp and books on table].
1 drawing (pencil), 42 x 53.8 cm. (75.66)
Box
40.10 Gertrude Stein in 1945. 1945.
1 painting (watercolor), 41.7 x 54.6 cm. (68.65)
Box
Painting storage [Abstract].
1 painting (oil on canvas), 39.8 x 51.5 cm. (74.148)
Box
Flat file Corrida [abstract design]. 1951.
1 painting (gouache), 61.6 x 61.5 cm. (75.63)
Box
38.1-2 [Sketchbook (spiral bound); various sketches of architectural details].
4 drawings (pencil), (53.7 x 41 cm.) (80.45)
Location
Painting storage [Abstract].
1 painting (oil on canvas), 39.8 x 51.5 cm. (74.148)
 
Rouault, Georges.
Cirque de l'étoile filante.
Box
6.39 [Two circus performers].
1 print (woodcut), 6.2 x 4.2 cm. (78.188.1)
Box
6.40 [Three faces].
1 print (wood engraving), 3.2 x 20.2 cm. (78.188.2)
Box
6.41 [Circus clown].
1 print (woodcut), 6.1 x 4.2 cm. (78.188.3)
Box
6.42 [Circus performer].
1 print (woodcut), 6.1 x 3.9 cm. (78.188.4)
Location
Flat file GR.
Woodblock, 7.3 x 6.9 x 2.2 cm. (78.187.1)
Box
6.43 GR.
1 print (woodcut), 6.5 x 7 cm. (78.187.2)
 
Illustrations for Ambroise Vollard's Réincarnations du Père Ubu, 1932.
Box
42.9 [Frontispiece].
1 print (wood engraving), 29.8 x 19.7 cm. (68.23.1)
Box
6.44 [Man standing, profile].
1 print (etching), 30.5 x 19.5 cm. (68.23.2)
Box
6.45 [Female nude (head and torso)].
1 print (etching), 29.6 x 19.9 cm. (68.23.3)
Box
6.46 [Figure standing below tree].
1 print (etching), 29.5 x 19.7 cm. (68.23.4)
Box
6.47 [Man with hat, carrying suitcase].
1 print (etching), 21.1 x 29.7 cm. (68.23.5)
Box
6.48 Rysselberghe, Theo van. [Henri de Régnier].
1 drawing (conté crayon), 20.8 x 25.9 cm. (69.76)
 
Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de. [Illustrations for Le petit prince].
Box
41.3 [The Little Prince].
1 drawing (watercolor, pencil), 27.9 x 21.6 cm. (74.193.1)
Box
41.4 [The Baobab].
1 drawing (watercolor, pencil), 27.9 x 21.6 cm. (74.193.2)
Box
7.1 [Male and female stick figures; inscribed on verso by Valentine Hugo: “dessin de S Exupery, lundi 3/9/34 donne par Consuelo” (wife of Saint-Exupéry)].
1 drawing (ink), irregular image 5.5 x 7.1 cm. (80.82)
 
Saint-Marceaux, René de (after) -- see Renan, Ernest (Box 6.34)
Box
7.2 Savil. [Emile Antoine Bourdelle].
1 drawing (ink), 32.4 x 25 cm. (78.99)
Box
7.3 Savinio, Alberto. [Female nude].
1 print (lithograph), 29.5 x 20.2 cm. (79.231)
 
Severini, Gino.
Box
7.4 [Gravure futuriste].
1 print (woodcut, color), 31.9 x 24 cm. (98.1.6)
Box
7.5 [Paul Fort: head portrait].
1 drawing (charcoal), 29.5 x 22.5 cm. (2004.13.5)
 
Soffici, Ardengo.
Box
7.6 Soir dans le parc de St. Clou [sic].
1 drawing (ink), 16.2 x 19.1 cm. (78.163)
Box
7.7 [Woman and dog].
1 drawing (conté crayon), 30 x 24.6 cm. (78.164)
Box
7.8 Canal à Venise.
1 drawing (conté crayon), 30.8 x 23.9 cm. (78.165)
Box
7.9 Violiniste.
1 drawing (conté crayon), 33.2 x 19 cm. (irreg.) (78.166)
Box
7.10 Ouvrière vénitienne.
1 drawing (ink, white, and pencil), 35.4 x 20.6 cm. (78.167)
 
Staritsky, Anna.
Box
7.11 [Abstract design; Sent out by a Paris rare-book dealer as a New Year's greeting in 1972].
1 print (etching, color), 7.7 x 39.1 cm. folded to 7.7 x 19.5 cm. (98.1.7)
Location
Flat file Bestiaire de Lorroque.
Portfolio: 8 prints (etching, color), 32.5 x 25.6 cm. (92.19)
 
Stein, Leo.
Location
Painting storage Castel a Poggio. Painting (oil on wood panel), 44.2 x 53.4 cm. (68.9.1)
Landscape. Painting (oil on wood panel), 44.8 x 51.5 cm. (68.9.2)
Box
7.12 Strawinsky, Théodore. [Mother and child].
1 drawing (pencil), 22.8 x 28.9 cm. (79.169)
 
Survage, Léopold.
Box
7.13 Ville Miracle ignoré du mammouth.
1 print (woodcut, color), 27.9 x 24.3 cm. (79.254.1)
Box
7.14 L'homme glisse le long des maisons figés stoïquement.
1 print (woodcut, color), 26.7 x 23.9 cm. (79.254.2)
Location
Flat file Tal-Coat, Pierre. [Gertrude Stein, seated].
1 drawing (pencil), 45.6 x 36.1 cm. (68.7)
Box
7.15 Tanzin, M. [Japanese erotica].
10 prints (wood engraving) on 5 sheets, 50 x 33 cm. folded to 25 x 33 cm. (99.5.65-99.5.74
 
Texcier, Jean.
Box
7.16 [André Maurois].
1 drawing (ink), 16.8 x 13 cm. (78.94)
Box
7.17 [Paul Valery]. 1924.
1 drawing (ink), 21 x 13.8 cm. (78.95)
 
Thévenaz, Paulet.
Box
41.5 [Jean Cocteau]. 1917.
1 painting (watercolor) on board, 59.7 x 46.9 cm. (79.262)
Box
41.6 [Jean Cocteau; cut out of face only].
1 painting (watercolor) on board, 23.2 x 15 cm. (irreg.) (79.257)
 
Thiele, Ivan.
[Unidentified man].
3 prints (etching).
Box
34.1
20 x 14.5 cm. (69.78.1a)
Box
34.2
20 x 14.5 cm. (69.78.1b)
Box
34.3
16.1 x 12.6 cm. (69.78.2)
Box
34.4-5 Albert Roussel. 1927.
2 prints (etching), 20 x 15 cm. (69.78.3a, 69.78.3b)
Box
34.6-7 Florent Schmitt. 1927.
2 prints (etching, soft ground), 20 x 14.5 cm. (69.78.4a, 69.78.4b)
Box
34.8-9 André Caplet. 1928.
2 prints (etching, soft ground), 19.9 x 14.4 cm. (69.78.5a, 69.78.5b)
Box
34.10-11 Roger-Ducasse. 1927.
2 prints (etching, soft ground), 19.7 x 14.9 cm. (69.78.6a, 69.78.6b)
 
Claude Debussy. 1913.
4 prints (etching, soft ground), 18.1 x 13.2 cm.
Box
34.12 Early state without inscription on plate. (69.78.7c)
Box
34.13-15 State with inscription on plate. (69.78.7b, 69.78.7d, 69.78.7f)
 
Claude Debussy. 1927.
3 prints (etching, soft ground)
Box
34.16 "1 État de Cl. Debussy / Ivan Thièle / " 1927.
12.9 x 9.5 cm. (69.78.7g)
Box
34.17 "2. état."
13.8 x 10.7 cm. (69.78.7a)
Box
34.18 "3 État de Claude Debussy / Ivan Thièle / " 1927.
13.1 x 11 cm. (69.78.7e)
 
Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de.
Box
38.1 Dessins de Jeunesse.
29 sheets of pencil sketches, bound, 23.4 x 19.4 cm. (73.284)
 
Album of 11 loose sheets of pencil sketches and drawings.
Box
38.2 [Horseback riders, cormorants, train, dog, horse, goat].
17.5 x 23 cm. (73.285.1)
Box
38.3 [Château du Bosc as ship under sail].
23.5 x 18.1 cm. (73.285.2)
Box
38.4 [Three ships].
25 x 18.1 cm. (73.285.3)
Box
38.5 [The Cooks; judges on verso].
17.5 x 23 cm. (73.285.4)
Box
38.6 [Horses and other animals, cormorants, military figure].
17.9 x 24.2 cm. (73.285.5)
Box
38.7 [Various figures, horses, dog].
17.5 x 23 cm. (73.285.6)
Box
38.8 [Five walking men, blind beggar with dog, head of bulldog; elderly woman, dog, baby, monkeys on verso].
23 x 17.5 cm. (73.285.7)
Box
38.9 [Dogs on horseback, fences, chariot, rifle, horses; on verso: heads, horses, dogs].
25.2 x 20.2 cm. (73.285.8)
Box
38.10 [Le Souffle-au-cul; 3 figures with self-portrait; sketches on verso].
13.2 x 22 cm. (73.285.9)
Box
38.11 [Man with telescope, man with trumpet, bearded man, etc.].
13.4 x 21.8 cm. (73.285.10)
Box
38.12 [The Château du Bosc].
17.9 x 23.5 cm. (73.285.11)
Box
38.13 Quatorze lithographies originales de Toulouse-Lautrec pour illustrer des chansons. Paris: H. Lefèbvre.
1 portfolio (14 prints (lithograph)), 33.3 x 25.5 cm. (78.154.1-15)
FF
Flat file Utrillo, Maurice. Montmartre vécu par Utrillo [street scene; cover for his Montmartre vécu par Utrillo, 1947]. 1947.
4 prints (lithograph), 54.6 x 76.2 cm. (79.228.a-e)
Box
7.18 Valloton, Félix. [Paul Fort: head profile; inscribed: “Le poète de la nature. Je suis l’amant de la nature!”].
1 drawing (pencil), 14 x 10.1 cm. (2004.13.6)
Box
7.19 [Viatorio?]. G. Caruso dans "Julien."
1 drawing (ink), 21.5 x 12.7 cm. (72.47)
 
W.B. [Sarah Bernhardt].
2 prints (etching)
Box
7.20 "Imp. Ch. Wittmann."
24.8 x 19.5 cm. (99.5.39)
Box
7.21 "Imp. Ch. Wittmann. Reproduction autorisée par M. Mariani."
25.3 x 19.5 cm. (99.5.40)
Box
7.22 White, Emil. Folded notecards with color reproductions of his paintings.
14 cards. 15.9 x 23.5 cm. folded to 15.9 x 11.3 cm. (98.1.9.1-14)
Location
Flat file Winant, Francine. [Alice B. Toklas].
1 painting (oil? and tempera?), 75 x 48 cm. (68.8)
 
Wolff, C.
Box
41.7 [Standing woman, praying].
1 print (woodcut), 44.7 x 18 cm. (79.246.1)
Box
7.23 Femme en noir.
1 print (woodcut), 22 x 4.6 cm. (79.246.2)
Box
7.24 Naissance de Vénus.
1 print (woodcut), 21.6 x 9.8 cm. (79.246.3)
Box
7.25 Europe [woman on bull].
1 print (woodcut), 14.5 x 19.3 cm. (79.246.4)
Box
7.26 Ulysse sous le bélier. Odysseus unter in Widder(?).
1 print (woodcut), 14 x 16.3 cm. (79.246.5)
Box
7.27 Reiter petit cavalier [man on horse].
1 print (woodcut), 15 x 11.1 cm. (79.247)
Box
7.28 Torse.
1 print (etching), 30 x 9.7 cm. (79.248.1)
Box
7.29 Figure drapée. Gewandfigur(?).
1 print (etching), 21.8 x 8 cm. (79.248.2)
Box
7.30 Wols. [Composition with heads].
1 print (etching), 10.8 x 9.8 cm. (98.1.18)
 
Unidentified.
Box
35.1 [Unidentified man, three-quarters bust portrait].
1 drawing (pencil, colored pencil) (78.170)
Box
35.2 Poésies de Verlaine [Various figures around block with the name "VERLAINE"].
1 drawing (ink and pencil), 15 x 10.5 cm. (78.208)
Box
35.3 Les Fleurs du mal [design for book ornament].
1 drawing (pencil), 15 x 10.5 cm. (78.209)
Box
35.4 [Obese female nude; manuscript notes by Stendahl].
1 painting (watercolor), 20.4 x 24.8 cm. (78.219)
Box
35.5 [Anatole France].
1 print (etching), 11.6 x 8.6 cm. (78.224)
Box
35.6 [Valentine Hugo, portrait bust in right profile].
1 drawing (pencil), 26.8 x 21 cm. (79.156.3)
Box
35.7 [Chinese ruler, seated, next to standing young Chinese woman].
1 painting (watercolor on parchment, mounted on paper backing), 29.2 x 22.7 cm. (79.166)
Box
35.8 [Sailor seated at table, woman standing in front. Verso: several figures sketched within ruled border].
2 drawings (pencil), 26.8 x 20.8 cm. (79.167.1-2)
Box
35.9 [Unidentified man, seated at writing table].
1 painting (watercolor), 18 x 14 cm. (78.169)
Box
35.10 [Bearded man, standing; face in three-quarters profile. Sketch on verso].
1 drawing (pencil, conté crayon, color), 20.2 x 15.5 cm. (79.212)
Box
35.11 [Head of a bearded youth].
1 drawing (pencil), 16 x 14 cm. (79.224)
Box
35.12 [Jean Cocteau: head profile; hand and heart below].
1 painting (gouache on blue-gray paper, color), 43 x 29 cm. (79.238)
Box
35.13 SL. (From Valentine Hugo's studio.)
Copper stencil, 5.8 x 5.2 cm. (80.84)
Box
35.14 [Illustration from De laniis et phitonicis mulieribus; Hand-colored by Emile Bernard].
1 print (woodcut, hand color), 17.3 x 9.5 cm. (99.5.38)
Box
35.15 Henri de Régnier.
1 print (engraving), 12.4 x 10 cm. (99.5.64)
 
Val Changis: architectural plans.
Box
41.8 Propriété de Monsieur Dujardin.
1 drawing (pencil), 46.8 x 29 cm. (79.40)
Box
41.9 Propriete de Mr. Dujardin. Le Val-Changis. Plan General etat actual (au 1er janvier 1903).
1 painting (watercolor, ink), 33.5 x 50.6 cm. (79.41.1)
Box
41.10 Le "Val-Changis." Projet d'Agrandissement.
1 painting (watercolor, ink), 33.5 x 50.5 cm. (79.41.2)
Box
41.11 Backing for original frame of D. Rivera's portrait of Cocteau.
1 painting (oil on board), 30.5 x 47.2 cm. (79.170)
 
Poëmes. [The word POËMES hand-lettered; book cover design for Léon-Paul Fargue's Poëmes,1931, printed by Maurice Darantière].
3 drawings (ink).
Box
41.12
51.3 x 66.1 cm. (81.251.1)

50.7 x 66.1 cm. (81.251.2)

51.4 x 66 cm. (81.251.3)



 Index of Subjects 

  • Allégret, Marc--see Cocteau (Box 36.1)
  • Almanach surréaliste--see Dax, Adrien (Box 2.18); Kopaç, Slavko (Box 4.15)
  • Andrieux, F.-G.-J.-S. (François-Guillaume-Jean-Stanislas), 1759-1833--see Dumas, Alexandre, fils (Box 3.8)
  • Apollinaire, Guillaume, 1880-1918--see Mortier, Robert (Box 6.17); Hugo, Jean (Box 23.1); Picasso (FF)
  • Apollinaire, Guillaume, 1880-1918. L'enchanteur pourrissant--see Derain, André (Box 2.23-2.32)
  • Apuleius. The Golden Asse of Lucius Apuleius--see Boschère, Jean de (Box 1.14-.15)
  • Aragon, 1897- Con d’Irène--see Masson, André (Box 5.27)
  • Auric, Georges, 1899- --see Cocteau (Box 9.1-.34; 10.5); Hugo, Jean (Box 23.2-.13; 23.16); Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.1-.11)
  • Bakst, Léon, 1866-1924--see Cocteau (Box 9.35-.37)
  • Barbette, Vander, 1904-1973--see Cocteau (Box 39.2)
  • Barbey d'Aurevilly, J. (Jules), 1808-1889. Ensorcelée--see Buhot, Félix Hilaire (Box 8.17-.18)
  • Barney, Natalie Clifford--see Dufy (Box 21.1)
  • Barrès, Maurice, 1862-1923--see Cocteau (Box 9.38)
  • Barrey, Fernande--see Calder, Alexander (Box 1.21)
  • Baudelaire, Charles, 1821-1867. Fleurs du mal--see Matisse; Redon, Odilon (Box 30.4-.5); Unidentified (Box 35.3)
  • Beaudoin, Kenneth Lawrence, 1913- --see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.11)
  • Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869--see Courbet, Gustave (Box 2.17)
  • Bernhardt, Sarah, 1844-1923--see W.B. (Box 7.20-.21)
  • Beucler, André, 1898- --see Cocteau (Box 9.39)
  • Bianchini, Charles--see Dufy (Box 21.5)
  • Blanche, Jacques-Emile, 1861-1942--see Cocteau (Box 9.40-.43)
  • Botticelli, Sandro, 1444 or 5-1510. Allegory of Spring--see Hugo, Valentine (Box 27.5)
  • Bourdelle, Emile Antoine, 1861-1929--see Savil (Box 7.2)
  • Bovy, Berthe--see Cocteau (Box 9.44)
  • Butor, Michel. Baltazarade--see Baltazar, Julius (Box 1.7)
  • Caplet, André, 1878-1925--see Thiele Ivan (Box 34.8-.9)
  • Carco, Francis, 1886-1958. Tableau de l'amour vénal--see Moreau, Luc-Albert (Box 6.2-.16)
  • Caruso, Enrico, 1873-1921--see Viatorio? (Box 7.19)
  • Cendrars, Blaise, 1887-1961--see Cocteau (Box 42.3)
  • Cézanne, Paul, 1839-1906--see Cézanne, Paul (Flat file)
  • Char, René, 1907- --see Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.12; 27.14)
  • Clemenceau, Georges, 1841-1929--see Renouard, Paul (Box 6.36)
  • Clemmer, Jean--see Chattelerault Victor de (Box 2.9)
  • Cocteau, Jean, 1889-1963--see Breugnot, A.L. (Box 1.17); Cocteau (Box 10.5); Dufy (Flat file); Hugo, Jean (Box 23.14-.15; 23.17-.21); La Fresnaye, Roger de (Box 5.2-.3); Marise (Flat file); Oberlé, Jean (Box 6.19); Picabia, Francis (Box 42.6); Picasso (Flat file; Box 6.26); Rivera, Diego (Box 42.8); Thévenaz, Paulet (Box 41.5-.6); Unidentified (Box 35.12)
  • Cocteau, Jean, 1889-1963.
    • Belle et la bête (Motion picture)--see Bérard, Christian (Box 8.10)
    • Les enfants terribles)--see Cocteau (Box 12.1-.39; 12.43
    • Mariés de la Tour Eiffel--see Cocteau (Box 11.8; 16.1-.2)
    • Œdipe roi--see Cocteau (Box 39.5)
    • Orphée--see Cocteau (Box 11.1-.3; 11.6-.7; 39.4)
    • Les parents terribles--see Cocteau (Box 12.40-.42)
    • Le Potomak.--see Cocteau (Box 13.1-.4)
  • Coquiot, Gustave, 1865-1926--see Lombard, Alfred (Box 5.18); Masereel, Frans (Box 5.26)
  • Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918--see Ochsé, Louise (Sculpture storage); Thiele, Ivan (Box 34.12-.18)
  • Desbordes, Jean, 1906- --see Cocteau (Box 9.45-.47)
  • Dorbon, Louis--see Farrère, Claude (Box 3.14)
  • Dreyfus, Alfred, 1859-1935--see Renouard, Paul (Box 6.37)
  • Dufy, Raoul, 1877-1953. Croquis de Modes--see Dufy (Box 21.6-.15)
  • Dujardin, Edouard, 1861-1949--see Unidentified (Box 41.8-.10)
  • Dumas, Alexandre, 1824-1895--see Chardon, Charles (Box 1.23); Malpertuy, E. (Box 5.22)
  • Dumas, Alexandre, 1824-1895. La Dame aux Camélias--see Lynch Albert (Box 5.19)
  • Duncan, Isadora, 1877-1927--see Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.13)
  • Eluard, Paul, 1895-1952--see Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.14-.15)
  • Epstein, Jacob, Sir, 1880-1959--see Brodzky, Horace (Box 1.18)
  • Fargue, Léon-Paul, 1878-1947--see Becat, Paul-Emile (Box 1.9)
  • Fargue, Léon-Paul, 1876-1947. Poëmes--see Unidentified (Box 41.121)
  • Farrère, Claude, 1876-1957--see Farrère, Claude (Box 3.14); Rassenfosse, Armand (Box 29.1-.2)
  • Farrère, Claude, 1876-1957. Shahra Sultane--see Rassenfosse, Armand (Box 29.10-.14)
  • Fineran, John Kingston, 1907-1947--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.5)
  • Fletcher, John Gould, 1886-1950--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.10)
  • Fort, Paul, 1872-1960–- see Al΄tman, Natan Isaevich (Box 1.1); Bilis, Aaron (Box 1.12); Etène, Yvonne (Box 3.11); Gallien, Pierre Antoine (Box 3.17); Guy-David (Box 3.28); Severini, Gino (Box 7.5); Valloton, Félix (Box 7.18)
  • France, Anatole, 1844-1924--see Unidentified (Box 35.5)
  • Gandarillas, Antonio de--see Cocteau (Box 9.48-.49)
  • Giraudoux, Jean, 1882-1944.
    • Anne chez Simon--see Daragnès, J.-G.
    • Mirage Bessines--see Daragnès, J.-G.
  • Gould, Joe, 1889-1957--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.7)
  • Gourmont, Remy de, 1858-1915.
    • Le Fantôme--see Groux, Henri de (Box 3.24)
    • Histoires magiques--see Groux, Henri de (Box 3.22-.23)
  • Honegger, Arthur, 1892-1955. Antigone--see Cocteau (Box 11.16)
  • Huddleston, Sisley, 1883-1952--see Houghton, George William (Box 3.30)
  • Hugo, Jean, 1894- --see Hugo, Jean (Box 23.17-.25)
  • Hugo, Valentine, 1887-1968--see Cocteau (Box 10.1-.5; 18.4-.7); Hugo, Jean (Box 23.17-.21; 23.26-.28); Hugo, Valentine (Box 27.14; 27.16); Unidentified (Box 35.6)
  • Ionesco, Eugene--see Arrabal, Fernando (Box 1.2)
  • Jouve, Pierre Jean, 1887- --see Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.16-.21)
  • Joyce, James--see Arrabal, Fernando (Box 1.3)
  • Kafka, Franz--see Arrabal, Fernando (Box 1.4)
  • Karsavina, Tamara--see Cocteau (Box 10.6)
  • Labori, Fernand, d. 1917--see Renouard, Paul (Box 6.36)
  • Laloy, Louis, 1874-1944--see Rassenfosse, Armand (Box 29.3-.4)
  • Laurencin, Marie, 1883-1956--see Laurencin, Marie (Box 5.8)
  • Lewis, James Franklin, 1903- --see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.6)
  • Louÿs, Pierre, 1870-1925--see Buhot, Félix Hilaire (Box 8.14)
  • Lysès, Charlotte--see Cocteau (Box 10.7)
  • MacOrlan, Pierre, 1882-1970--see Pascin, Jules (Box 6.7; Flat file)
  • Mallarmé, Stéphane, 1842-1898. Coup de dés jamais n'abolira le hasard--see Redon, Odilon (Box 30.1-.3)
  • Marceau, Marcel--see Marceau, Marcel (Box 5.24)
  • Maupassant, Guy de, 1850-1893. Bel-ami--see Noël, Pierre (Box 6.18)
  • Maurois, Andre, 1885-1967--see Texcier, Jean (Box 7.16)
  • Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.8)
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564--see Condivi, Ascanio, after (Box 2.16)
  • Mishima, Yukio--see Arrabal, Fernando (Box 1.5)
  • Molitor, Ulrich, fl. 1470-1501. De laniis et phitonicis mulieribus--see Unidentified (Box 35.15)
  • Moréas, Jean, 1856-1910--see Gandara, Antonio de la (Box 3.18)
  • Noailles, Anna Elisabeth de Brancovan, comtesse de, 1876-1933--see Cocteau (Box 10.8)
  • Olivier, Fernande--see Picasso (Box 6.25)
  • Oswald, Marianne--see Cocteau (Box 10.9)
  • Peyrefitte, Roger. Les amitiés particulières--see Hugo, Valentine (Box 27.13)
  • Phaedra (Choreographic work: Lifar)--see Bérard, Christian (Box 8.13)
  • Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.14); Cocteau (Box 10.10; 15.13); Gargallo, Pablo (Sculpture storage)
  • Piozzi, Hester Lynch, 1741-1821--see Cosway, Richard (Flat file)
  • Poulenc, Francis, 1899-1963--see Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.22)
  • Poulenc, Francis, 1899-1963. Toréador--see Cocteau (Box 13.14)
  • Pruna, Pere, 1904-1977--see Pruna, Pedro (Box 6.28)
  • Radiguet, Raymond, 1903-1923--see Cocteau (Box 42.4); La Fresnaye, Roger de (Box 5.1); Lagut, Irène (Box 5.5); Hugo, Jean (Box 23.16); Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.23)
  • Régnier, Henri de, 1864-1936--see Rysselberghe, Theo van (Box 6.48); Unidentified (Box 35.16)
  • Renan, Ernest, 1823-1892--see Renan, Ernest, subject (Box 6.29-.34)
  • Renoir, Auguste, 1841-1919--see Bonnard, Pierre (Box 36.1)
  • Rimbaud, Arthur, 1854-1891--see Rimbaud, Arthur (Box 31.1-.2; 31.26-.28)
  • Rimbaud, Isabelle, 1860-1917--see Rimbaud, Arthur (Box 31.3-.7)
  • Rivet, Gustave, b. 1848--see Unidentified (Box 30.2)
  • Rodin, Auguste, 1840-1917--see Kienerk, Giorgio (Box 4.14)
  • Roger-Ducasse, 1873-1954--see Thiele, Ivan (Box 34.10-.11)
  • Roussel, Albert, 1869-1937--see Thiele, Ivan (Box 34.4-.5)
  • Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de, 1900-1944. Petit prince--see Saint-Exupéry (Box 41.3-.4)
  • Salmon, André, 1881- --see Derain, André (Box 2.22)
  • Satie, Erik, 1866-1925--see Picabia, Francis (Box 42.7); Cocteau (Box 10.11-.12)
  • Satie, Erik, 1866-1925. Parade--see Cocteau (Box 10.13-.14)
  • Savigny, G.-B. de, b. 1852--see Cocteau (Box 10.15-.19)
  • Schmitt, Florent, 1870-1958--see Thiele, Ivan (Box 34.6-.7)
  • Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951--see Cocteau (Box 13.15)
  • Shabelska, Maria--see Picasso (Flat file)
  • Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.12); Rose, Francis (Box 40.10); Tal-Coat, Pierre (Flat file)
  • Stritch, Samuel Alphonsus, 1887-1958--see Chattelerault, Victor de (Box 2.13)
  • Toklas, Alice B.--see Winant, Francine (Flat file)
  • Tzara, Tristan, 1896-1963--see Hugo, Valentine (Box 26.24-.25)
  • Valéry, Paul, 1871-1945--see Martinie, Henri (Box 5.25); Texcier, Jean (Box 7.17)
  • Verhaeren, Emile, 1855-1916--see Rassenfosse, Armand (Box 29.5-.6)
  • Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1896--see Bac, Ferdinand (Box 1.6); Cazals, F.-A. (Painting storage); Unidentified (Box 35.2)
  • Vigny, Alfred de, 1797-1863--see Devéria, Achille (Box 3.2)
  • Virgil. Eclogues de Virgile--see Maillol, Aristide (Box 5.21)
  • Vollard, Ambroise, 1867-1939. Réincarnations du Père Ubu--see Rouault, Georges (Painting storage; Box 6.44-.47)
  • Zola, Emile, 1840-1902--see Burney, François-Eugène (Box 1.18); Disdéri, André-Adolphe-Eugene? (Box 3.4); Renouard, Paul (Box 6.36)