Professor Christopher Green
European and American art and architecture of the twentieth century, with special interest in French and British painting and sculpture between 1900 and 1945
Art in France, 1900-1940 (Yale University Press/Pelican History of Art, New Haven & London, 2000).
'Souvenirs of the Jardin des Plantes: Making the Exotic Strange Again', in Christopher Green and Frances Morris (eds.), Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris, exh.cat. (London: Tate 2005).
Life and Death in Picasso. Still life/Figure, c.1907-1933 (Thames & Hudson, New York, and Museu Picasso, Barcelona, 2009).
Picassos Les Demoiselles dAvignon, editor and contributor (Cambridge University Press, 2001)
'Humanisms: Picasso, Waldemar George and the Politics of 'Man
in the 1930s, in Comparative Criticism, no 23, special number,
'Humanist tradition in the twentieth century (Cambridge,
'A De-Nationalised Landscape? Braque’s Cubist Landscapes
and Nationalist Geography’, in Nationalism
and French Visual Culture, 1870-1914, J. Hargrove and N. MacWilliam, eds,
Centre for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Washington DC, 2004.
Picasso: Architecture and Vertigo, Yale University Press, London and New Haven, 2006.