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Levy, Julien

LC control no.n 50049139
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingLevy, Julien
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See alsoFounded corporate body: Julien Levy Gallery
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Birth date1906-01-22
Death date1981-02-10
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Place of deathNew Haven (Conn.)
Field of activityArt, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions Art, Modern--20th century--Marketing Surrealism
Profession or occupationArt galleries, Commercial--Employees Art critics
Found inAuthor's Surrealism ... 1936
The Art Story web site, viewed 9 Sept. 2010 (Julien Levy, 1906-1981; opened Julien Levy Gallery in 1931, focusing on photography, surrealism, experimental film, abstract expressionism)
Glueck, Grace. "Julien Levy, an art dealer, dies," New York Times, Feb. 11, 1981, via WWW, May 31, 2016 ("Julien Levy, an art dealer and writer who introduced New York to the work of such artists as Max Ernst, Alberto Giacommetti, Joseph Cornell, Arshile Gorky and Henri Cartier-Bresson, died yesterday at San Rafael Hospital in New Haven"; operated gallery 1931-1948, "center for the work of Surrealist and neo-Romantic artists'; born in New York, Jan. 22, 1906; after closing his gallery, "he lectured widely on Surrealism and taught art history from a Surrealist viewpoint at Sarah Lawrence and the State University of New York College in Purchase")
Julien Levy, c1998: page 7 (Julien Levy opened gallery in New York, with first wife Joella Levy, afterwards Bayer, in 1931) page 19 (closed 1949)
Associated languageeng