Alfred Kubin

The Great-Grandmother. 1926. Ink and watercolor. The Museum of Modern Art.

Alfred Kubin

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1957. Exhibition included oils, watercolors and drawings. 18 black and white illustrations. 23 pages.

Softcover: $10.00

Alfred Kubin: Visions from the Other Side

Biographical essay by Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1983. 22 duotone illustrations. 48 pages. Bound in heavy paper with separate dust jacket.

Softcover: $15.00

Alfred Kubin’s Autobiography

1968. From a special edition of 1,000 copies. 4 black and white illustrations. 78 pages.

Softcover: $15.00

Austria’s Expressionism

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Rizzoli, 1981; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. The first in-depth study in English to focus on the Expressionist movement in Austria. With appendices on the exhibitions and publications of Otto Kallir. 31 color plates; 56 black and white illustrations. 100 pages. Limited availability. In used condition.

Softcover: $25.00

Austrian Expressionists

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1964. Exhibition included works by Herbert Boeckl, Anton Faistauer, Gustav Klimt, Alfred Kubin, Oskar Kokoschka, Richard Gerstl, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Oskar Laske and Egon Schiele. With biographical statements on each artist. 16 black and white illustrations. 28 pages.

Softcover: $10.00

Kunst und Wahn

Kunstforum Wien/DuMont Buchverlag (exhibition catalogue), 1997. Text in German. Illustrated. 454 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $125.00

Otto Kallir-Nirenstein: Ein Wegbereiter österreichischer Kunst

Essays by Hans Bisanz, Jane Kallir and Vita Maria Künstler. Museums of the City of Vienna (exhibition catalogue), 1986. Exhibition commemorated Otto Kallir’s contributions to the advancement of early twentieth century Austrian art. Text in German. 18 color plates; 78 black and white illustrations. 103 pages.

Softcover: $18.00

Saved from Europe

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1999. Exhibition commemorated the sixtieth anniversary of the Galerie St. Etienne. Chronicles the story of the gallery’s founder, Otto Kallir, his escape from Nazi Austria and his struggle to introduce Austrian Expressionism to American. Details the history of the Galerie St. Etienne. 33 color plates; 36 black and white illustrations. 112 pages.

Hardcover: $30.00