Whitney Museum of American Art, Purchase, with funds from the Hearst Corporation and the Norman and Rosita Winston Foundation, Inc.
Drawing for Conspirators, 1930
Musa, 1936
Private Collection
Clothes Inflation Drill (For Navy Pre-Flight Training), 1943
Private Collection
Drawing No. 2 (Ischia), 1949
Across, 1967
Gulf Coast, 1967
Untitled, 1967
Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München, Sammlung Udo und Anette Brandhorst
Untitled (Book), 1967
Window, 1969-1970
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Purchase
Untitled, 1980
Private Collection
Mother and Child, 1930
Museo Regional Michoacano, Morelia, Mexico
The Struggle Against War and Fascism, 1935
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Musa and Tom Mayer, 2011
Bombardment, 1938
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Edward R. Broida
Gladiators, 1940
Saint Louis Art Museum, Eliza McMillan Trust, 115:1942
Martial Memory, 1941
Private Collection
Self Portrait, 1944
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington University in St. Louis. University purchase, Kende Sale Fund, 1945
If This Be Not I, 1945
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Utica, New York, Museum Purchase
The Porch II, 1947
Collection SFMOMA, Gift of the artist
The Tormentors, 1947
Collection SFMOMA, T. B. Walker Foundation Fund purchase
White Painting I, 1951
Private Collection, New York
Zone, 1953
Private Collection
Attar, 1953
Private Collection
Beggar's Joys, 1954-55
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington University in St. Louis. University purchase, Bixby Fund, 1957
Fable, 1956
Collection Unknown
To Fellini, 1958
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Purchase with Funds from the National Endowment for the Arts
Painter, 1959
Anderson Collection at Stanford University, Gift of Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson, and Mary Patricia Anderson Pence, 2014.1.046
The Tale, 1961
Private Collection
Group II, 1964
Private Collection-Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
May Sixty-Five, 1965
Private Collection
Paw, 1968
Private Collection
Untitled, 1968
Private Collection
Tall Book, 1968
Private Collection
Untitled, 1968
Private Collection
Untitled(Picture), 1968-1973
Private Collection
Open Window II, 1969
Private Collection
The Studio, 1969
The Guston Foundation
City, 1969
Collection SFMOMA, fractional and promised gift of an anonymous donor
Flatlands, 1970
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, Gift of Samuel Dorsky
Farnesina Garden Rome, 1971
Private Collection
Untitled, 1971
Private Collection
Untitled (Rome), 1971
Private Collection
Alone, 1971
The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Gift (Partial and Promised) of Ambassador and Mrs. Donald M. Blinken in memory of Maurice H. Blinken and in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art
Painter's Table, 1973
Private Collection
The Palette, 1975
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Edward R. Broida
Web, 1975
Private Collection, Germany
The Magnet, 1975
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Edward R. Broida in honor of Uncle Sidney Feldman
Source, 1976
Tate, London, Purchased with assistance from the American Fund for the Tate Gallery 1991
Monument, 1976
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, Regents Collections Acquisition Program, 1987
Ancient Wall, 1976
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Purchased 1980
Pit, 1976
Seattle Art Museum, Gift of the Friday Foundation in honor of Richard E. Lang and Jane Lang Davis, 2020.14.11
The Painter, 1976
Collection SFMOMA, Gift of the artist
Back View, 1977
Collection of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Museum purchase, The Friends of Art Endowment Fund
Painter's Form II, 1978
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Edward R. Broida
Talking, 1979
Private Collection
Untitled, 1980

PHILIPGUSTON.ORG

The Guston Foundation presents the life and work of the 20th-century American painter Philip Guston, whose art spanned the half century between 1930 to 1980.

Catalogue Raisonné

A searchable listing of known Philip Guston paintings, with physical details, provenance, exhibition history and bibliography. Includes references and links to exhibitions. Registration is required. A project of Guston CR LLC, a wholly owned, nonprofit subsidiary of The Guston Foundation.

Illustrated Chronology

Philip Guston was born in Montreal, Quebec in 1913, the seventh child of Russian immigrants. Raised in Los Angeles and largely self-taught, he found inspiration for his early murals in the masters of the Italian Renaissance. Early acclaim as a figurative painter and years spent teaching in the mid-West were followed by a Prix de Rome in 1948-49, after which he moved permanently to New York and turned to abstraction, joining contemporaries Pollock, De Kooning, Kline and Rothko. In the mid-1960's, Guston withdrew from the New York art scene to work on his late figurative paintings in Woodstock until his death in 1980, weeks after the opening of a major retrospective.