Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism entry on Peggy Guggenheim, extraordinary woman and patron of the parts. She shares with Marcel Duchamp, a close friend and her first guide to modern art, the distinctive merit of introducing surrealism to the New York School artists. Her collection comprises masterpieces by a variety of European artists she enthusiastically promoted – from Kandinsky to Klee, from De Chirico to Severini, from Giacometti to Brancusi – and of American artists she supported through thick and thin, most notably Jackson Pollock.

Peggy Guggenheim (1898–1979)

Mena Mitrano
2017-01-01

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Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism entry on Peggy Guggenheim, extraordinary woman and patron of the parts. She shares with Marcel Duchamp, a close friend and her first guide to modern art, the distinctive merit of introducing surrealism to the New York School artists. Her collection comprises masterpieces by a variety of European artists she enthusiastically promoted – from Kandinsky to Klee, from De Chirico to Severini, from Giacometti to Brancusi – and of American artists she supported through thick and thin, most notably Jackson Pollock.
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