Writings on Jean Charlot—Jean Charlot

Writings on Jean Charlot

Life of St. Bridget.  Jean Charlot.  1939.  House in middle.
Life of St. Bridget. 1939.

# "La Pintura Mural de México". Emilio Amero. 1947.

# Art: Haymaker. TIME. September 13, 1948. Volume 52, number 11, p. 75.

Referenced artwork:

Mira Baciu on Jean Charlot

Stefan Baciu on Jean Charlot

# "Jean Charlot". Barbara Bader. American Picturebooks from Noah's Ark to the Beast Within. New York: MacMillan, 1976, pp. 265–276.

# "Jean Charlot en mis Profundos Recuerdos". Carmen M. de Barreda. Aprender A Ser. September 1980. Year 2, number 7, pp. 10 ff.

Anita Brenner on Jean Charlot

Glenda L. Carne on Jean Charlot

# First Steps from the Periphery: The Work of Jean Charlot as a Source for Picasso's First Steps. Elizabeth Casey. Senior thesis, Yale University, 2018. Previously unpublished. With permission.

John Charlot on Jean Charlot

# "Reminiscences of Jean Charlot". Peter Charlot. November 14, 1982.

Zohmah Charlot on Jean Charlot

# "A Charlot Fresco". American Artist. June–July–August 1956. Volume 20, number 6, issue 196, pp. 38–41.

# "Jean Charlot". Paul Claudel. Jean Charlot • Watercolors and Drawings May 8 to 31. New York: John Becker, 1931.

# "Jean Charlot". Pierre Claudel. 1945.

# "Untitled Short Essay for Exhibition Pamphlet". Fr. M. A. Couturier O.P. Jean Charlot: Religious Paintings: December 19, 1940–January 11, 1941. New York: Bonestell Gallery, 1940.

# Jean Charlot: Recent Work 1930–1933: January 4–21. Frank Crowninshield. New York: John Levy Galleries, 1933.

# Transcription of 1931 diary. Berta Day. June 18–August 16, 1931. Mexico. Nine pages.

# "A Tale of Two Studios: Artist Jean Charlot in Walt Disney's Atelier". Reuel Denney. Tony Quagliano (ed.): Feast of Strangers: Selected Prose and Poetry of Reuel Denney. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1999, pp. 141–151.

# "Jean Charlot". Daniel J. Dever. Hawaii Catholic Herald. March 30, 1979. Volume 42, number 13, p. 1.

# "Jean Charlot's Exhibit At Academy Impressive". Gustav Ecke. The Honolulu Advertiser. March 19, 1950, sec. 2, p. 10.

# "Artist in residence". Eunica Escalante.

"Artist in residence". Eunica Escalante. FLUX Hawaii. 2019. Volume 9, issue 3, pp. 136–146.

"Artist in residence" [fluxhawaii.com]. Eunica Escalante. FLUX Hawaii website. December 2, 2019.

# "In praise of Jean Charlot". Juliette May Fraser. Honolulu Advertiser. April 9, 1979, p. A-15.

# "Jean Charlot's Shield of the National University of Mexico". Sivia N. Garza P. Photography: Miguel and Isabella Zuñiga. 2018. Previously unpublished. Copyright Ph.D. Sivia N. Garza P. MA 2018.

Referenced artworks:

# "Der Maler der Indios". Alfons Goldschmidt. Zeitbilder Berlin. January 23, 1927, pp. 1–4.

# "Foreword". Leonard Good. Jean Charlot. Des Moines Art Center, June 7–July 17, 1956.

# "The Man behind the Murals". Constance Hale. Hana Hou!. February–March 2016, Volume 19, Number 1, pp. 90–101.

# "Paul Claudel et Jean Charlot en Géorgie". Nina Hellerstein.

# "Paul Claudel et Jean Charlot en Géorgie". Nina Hellerstein. Paul Claudel Papers. May 2009, Volume 6, Number 1, pp. 23–24, 43–45. Posted with permission.

# "Paul Claudel et Jean Charlot en Géorgie". Nina Hellerstein. Original version with illustrations. Posted with permission.

# "Le fantôme d'un chef-d'œuvre absent. Au milieu des vitraux de l'Apocalypse et les illustrations de Jean Charlot". Nina Hellerstein. Bulletin de la Société Paul Claudel: Le Livre. 2018-1, Number 224, pp. 55–72.

# "Charlot: Loved Man of Art". Regis F. Hickey. Kansas Monks. February 1995, Volume 5, Number 1, pp. 4–5.

# Jean Charlot's Fresco Mural: Early Cultural Exchanges between Hawaii and the Outer World. B52

# The Waikiki Branch of the Bishop National Bank. Honolulu: Bishop National Bank of Hawaii, n.d. [ca. 1951].

Referenced artwork:

Early Contacts of Hawaii with Outer World. Jean Charlot. October 25, 1951–January 17, 1952. Fresco. 67 ft wide × 11 ft high. Bishop Bank (renamed: First National Bank), Waikīkī Branch, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.

# First Hawaiian Bank, Waikiki Branch. Honolulu: First Hawaiian Bank, n.d. [2008].

Referenced artwork:

Early Contacts of Hawaiʻi with Outer World. Jean Charlot. August 9–November 26, 1966. Fresco. Total area 98 ft wide × 9 ft high in two sections. First National Bank (renamed: First Hawaiian Bank), Waikīkī Branch, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.

# Jean Charlot memorial issue. Mele. February 1978, Volume 13, Number 40.

# "Hawaii: In Fresco". Walter R. Johnson. Aloha. February–April 1950, pp. 16–22.

Lincoln Kirstein on Jean Charlot

James W. Lane on Jean Charlot

# "The legacy of Jean Charlot". Mālamalama. July–December 2002, Volume 27, Number 2, pp. 14 f., back cover.

# "Los indios vencidos a traición. La masacre del Templo Mayor, Jean Charlot". Alma Lilia Roura Fuentes. Olor a tierra en los muros. México: CENIDIAP; INBA; CONACULTA, 2012 (391 pp.), pp. 223–248. Posted with permission. PDF document by Dr. Aránzazu Ascunce.

# "El Estridentista Jean Charlot". Germán List Arzubide. Excelsior, Sección Cultural. April 12, 1994. Clipping in the Jean Charlot Collection.

# "De la Lithographie". The Monthly Letter of The Limited Editions Club. April 1941, Number 132.

# "Ship of the Prairie". Dan Madden. Kansas Monks. Winter 2008, pp. 10–15.

Manuel Maples Arce on Jean Charlot

# "M.E.M.O.: Patching it". Martin E. Marty. The Christian Century. October 14, 1992, Volume 109, p. 919. Copyright 1992 by The Christian Century. Reprinted by permission from the October 14, 1992, issue of The Christian Century.

# "The Painter-Turned-Archaeologist: Jean Charlot at Chichen Itza". Donald McVicker.

# Carlos Mérida, Entrevista. 1971.

# New Charlots at St. Mary's. Carl Merschel. Today. May 1956, pp. 19–21.

# "Jean Charlot y la introducción de la pintura al fresco en el movimiento muralista mexicano". Josep Minguell Cardenyes. Unpublished lecture text. March 2010. Posted with permission.

# "Motivos: Antologia de Jean Charlot: Obras de Jean Charlot: Poemas de Jean Charlot". Bernardo Ortiz de Montellano. Contemporáneos. June 1931, Year 4, No. 37, pp. 211–215, 263–271. P15
See also: "Poemas de Jean Charlot".

Peter Morse on Jean Charlot

# Pablo O'Higgins, Interview. 1974.

# "Les Arts". Amédée Ozenfant. Source unknown. Clippings, Jean Charlot Collection. With related "Entretien Amédée Ozenfant et Jean Charlot", 1949.

# American Prize Prints of the 20th Century. Albert Reese. New York: American Artists Group, 1949, frontispiece, 39, 239.

# "Rencontres artistiques entre Paul Claudel et Jean Charlot dans leur correspondance". Francine Reith-Bronner. Bulletin de la Société Paul Claudel: Vocal et pictural dans Le Soulier de satin. August 2015, 2015-2, Number 216, pp. 69–79.

# "Religious art". Commonweal. January 3, 1941, Volume 33, p. 269.

# "The Work of Jean Charlot". Lois Schumacher. Today. March 1949, pp. 8–9.

# A Self-Guided Tour of the Abbey Church. Pamphlet. Jean Charlot Collection.

# Caldecott & Co.: Notes on Books & Pictures. Maurice Sendak. New York: Michael di Capua Books / Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1988, p. 125 ff. Posted with the kind permission of Mr. Maurice Sendak.
The original publication was: "Artist's Choice: Two Little Trains". Maurice Sendak. The Horn Book Magazine. August 1955, Volume 31, Number 4, pp. 296 f.

# "Jean Charlot Remembered". Frank Sheed.

# "Jean Charlot's Priest with God-Stone". Joseph Stanton. Ramrod, Number 6, p. 39.

# "Jean Charlot: artist and scholar". Karen Thompson. Jean Charlot: a retrospective. Thomas Klobe, editor. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Art Gallery. 1990.

# United Public Workers (UPW): Henry B. Epstein Building Murals. Honolulu: United Public Workers, n.d.

# "Notas Artísticas: El Grabado de Madera in México". Rafael Vera de Córdova. El Universal Ilustrado. June 1, 1922, Volume 6, Number 265, p. 34.

# "Mexico in the art of Jean Charlot". Yohualli de la Villa. Voices of Mexico. 1994 July–September, Volume 28.

# "Personal Recollections of Charlot in Mexico". Edward Weston. The Carmelite. February 12, 1931, p. 6. Copyright 1981 Arizona Board of Regents, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona.

# "Aliʻi Nui (High Chief)". John Williams. 2018. Docomomo US-Hawaiʻi. The images copyrighted by The Jean Charlot Estate LLC are used with permission. Nine pages.

# Alfredo Zalce, Interview. 1971.

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