Emily Rauh Pulitzer donates 22 “masterpieces” to the St. Louis Art Museum | Arts and theater

Works of art promised to the St. Louis Art Museum

Emily Rauh Pulitzer agreed to donate these works to the St. Louis Art Museum on or before her death.

1. Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, “Mask of Beethoven”, c. 1905. Bronze with brown patina, partially gilt, in the shape of a hollow mask (sand casting); 16 9/16 x 11¾ x 6 inches

2. Constantin Brancusi, “Mademoiselle Pogany III”, 1933. Polished bronze, limestone and wood; Bronze: 17½ x 7 x 9½ inches; Limestone base: 9 x 9½ x 9 inches; Wooden pedestal: 37⅝ x 15 x 15 inches

3. Georges Braque, “The fireplace”, 1921-1922. Sand oil on canvas; 51¼ x 29¼ inches

4. Alberto Giacometti, “Portrait of Isabelle”, 1937. Bronze; 11½ x 8½ x 9 inches

5. Philip Guston, “Dark Room”, 1978. Oil on canvas. 68 x 80 inches

6. Rachel Harrison, “Sculpture with Raincoat”, 2012. Wood, polystyrene, cement, acrylic, hanger, The Economist and Gherardini raincoat; 68 x 27 x 20½ inches

7. Rachel Harrison, “Photograph,” 2020. Pigment inkjet print; 12×16 inches

8. Gary Hill, “Liminal Objects #8”, 1998. Single-channel video installation (table, chairs, curtain); 45 x 16 x 16 inches

9. Ellsworth Kelly, “Untitled”, 1988. Oil on canvas; 110½ x 110½ inches

10. Ellsworth Kelly, “Briar”, 1960. Graphite on paper; 28½ x 22½ inches

11. Joan Miró, “Painting”, 1953. Oil on canvas; 96½ x 67 inches

12. Joan Miró, “48”, 1927. Oil and aqueous medium on glued canvas; 57½ x 45 inches

13. Pablo Picasso, “Woman with a Red Hat”, 1934. Oil on canvas; 57 5/8 x 44¾ inches

14. Pablo Picasso, “Head of a Woman”, 1962. Color linocut; 25¼ x 21 inches

15. Henry Peach Robinson, “Gate of a Church.” Photograph

16. Medardo Rosso, “The Golden Age”, 1886. Pigmented wax on plaster; 14½ x 18¾ x 6 inches

17. Georges Rouault, “Three clowns”, 1917. Oil on paper mounted on canvas; 41½ x 29½ inches

18. Richard Serra, “Model for Twain”, 1982. Corten steel; 5½ x 59¾ x 64¾ inches

19. Gedi Sibony, “The other great abundance”, 2014. Aluminum semi-trailer; 96¼ × 75 inches

20. Richard Tuttle, “New Mexico, New York #2”, 1998. Acrylic on fir plywood; Irregular: 19 x 24 inches

21. Andy Warhol, “Self Portrait”, 1967. Synthetic polymer paint screen-printed, brushed and stenciled on canvas; 72 x 72 inches

22. Andy Warhol, “Marilyn Monroe”, 1967. Silkscreen; 35¼ x 35¼ inches

Mildred D. Field