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Hans Hofmann, Artist/Teacher, Teacher/Artist Lesson Plan Two: Introduction to Modern Art: Practice and Principals
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For a comprehensive bibliography on Hans Hofmann: www.hanshofmann.org/biblio.html

Additional Bibliography

Books

Bang, Molly. Picture This: Perception and Composition (Little, Brown and Company) 1991

Barnes, Lucinda. Hans Hofmann: The University of California Berkeley Art Museum Collection (Berkeley: University of California Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives), 2002

Cohen, Michele. “Art to Educate: A History of Public Art in the New York City Public Schools, 1890-1976” (PhD. Diss., CUNY, 2002) See for an excellent comprehensive report on the Hans Hofmann mural for the Printing School of New York, p. 231-244.

Greenberg, Clement. Hans Hofmann (Paris: The Pocket Museum), 1961

Haskell, Barbara. Ruckus Rodeo (New York: Harry N. Abrams Inc., Publishers) 1988.
Haskell as a curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art. In her introduction, she writes a comprehensive piece on the artist Red Grooms.

Kandinsky, Wassily. Trans. By M.T,H. Sadler. Concerning the Spiritual in Art (New York: Dover Publications, Inc.), 1977

Pohl, Frances K. Framing America: A Social History of American Art (New York: Thames & Hudson), 2002

Sims, Lowery Stokes. Hans Hofmann in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art), 1999

Articles

Stella Beyond the Frame; Into Another Dimension; Making Waves. Scholastic ART, (Vol. 24, No. 4) February 1994.

About the Author

Karen Rosner is a Visual Arts and Literacy Specialist for the New York City Department of Education. She conducts professional development workshops city-wide, encouraging teachers to integrate the arts into all areas of the curriculum. She serves on educational advisory boards for several museums in New York City. Karen has a Masters Degree in Art History and is in a doctoral program in Art History at the Graduate Center of CUNY.

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