The Katherine S. Dreier Bequest
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In 1953 the Guggenheim Foundation received a small but important bequest by one
of 20th-century art’s most influential figures, Katherine S. Dreier
(1877–1952), who, along with Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray, had founded
the Société Anonyme. Most important among the 33 works donated by the
estate were Brancusi’s Little French Girl (1914–18), an
Archipenko bronze (1919), a Calder standing mobile (1935), an untitled
Juan Gris still life (1916), and two collages dating from 1919 to 1921
by the German Dadaist Kurt Schwitters. More
Browse works from The Katherine S. Dreier Bequest in the Collection Online.