An exhibition in Washington reveals the obsessive and controlling sides of some of the world's greatest artists. Adolf Konrad's packing list is made up of illustrations of things he wanted to take to Rome and Egypt in 1962.
A chaotic inventory of work by the colour theorist Oscar Bluemner that is almost illegible. He committed suicide shortly afterwards.
Pablo Picasso's handwritten list of recommended artists for the historic 1913 Armory Show. He could not spell the name of one of his famous contemporaries, Marcel Duchamp.
The Finnish architect Eero Saarinen wrote a a large but neatly itemised catalogue of things to do that range from changing light bulbs to presenting plans for a major design project in Oslo.
What are these?