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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Books and Catalogue Essays

Adrian, Dennis. "The Background of the Fifties." in Sunderland, England, Ceolfrith Gallery, Sunderland Arts Centre. Who Chicago? An Exhibition of Contemporary Imagists (exh. cat.). February 16-March 14, 1981: 15-17

____. "Koffler Foundation Collection."  In The Illinois Art Council. Koffler Foundation Collection (exh. cat.). Traveling exhibition, 1976: n.p.

____. "Ray Yoshida." in Chicago, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Visions. Paintings and Sculpture: Distinguished Alumni 1945 to the Present (exh. cat.). October 7-December 10, 1976: 198-9.

____. "Ray Yoshida." in Sunderland, England, Ceolfrith Gallery, Sunderland Arts Centre. Who Chicago? An Exhibition of Contemporary Imagists (exh. cat.). February 16-March 14, 1981: 184.

____. Untitled Essay. in Chicago, The University of Chicago, Center for Continuing Education, Arts on The Midway Program. The Chicago Style: Drawings (exh. cat.). March 3-April 6, 1974: n.p.

Carlin, John and Wagstaff, Sheena. "Beyond the Pleasure Principle: Comic Quotation in Contemporary American Painting." in New York, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch. The Comic Art Show: Cartoons in Painting and Popular Culture (exh. cat.). Summer 1983: 55-69.

Cox, Wilma Beaty. "The Artists." in Sacramento, California, E.B. Crocker Art Gallery. The Chicago Connection (exh. cat.). November 6, 1976-January 2, 1977: 10-16.

____. "Historical Background." in Sacramento, California, E.B. Crocker Art Gallery. The Chicago Connection (exh. cat.). November 6, 1976-January 2, 1977: 7-9.

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Halstead, Whitney. "Illinois Painters II 1971/72." in The Illinois Art Council. Illinois Painters II 1971/72 (exh. cat.). Traveling exhibition, 1971-1972: 2.

____. "Made in Chicago." in Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, National Collection of Fine Arts. Made in Chicago (exh. cat.). October 31-December 29, 1974: 11-17.

Jorgensen, Sandra, "The Collection." The Elmhurst College Art Collection. Elmhurst, Illinois: A.C. Buehler Library, n.d.

Keefe, Katharine Lee. "Introduction." in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Ackland Art Museum. Some Recent Art from Chicago (exh. cat.). February 2-March 9, 1980: 11-19.

____, Paschke, Edward et. al. "A Conversation." in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Ackland Art Museum. Some Recent Art from Chicago (exh. cat.). February 2-March 9, 1980: 20-38.

Miller, Margaret A. "Eleven Chicago Painters." in Tallahassee, Florida, Florida State University Gallery. Eleven Chicago Painters (exh. cat.). February 12-March 3, 1978: n.p.

Rorimer, Anne. "Introduction." in Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago. 74th American Exhibition (exh. cat.). June 12-August 1, 1982: 5-11.

Schulze, Franz. "Chicago Imagist Art." in Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art. Chicago Imagist Art (exh. cat.). May 13-June 25, 1972: n.p.

____. "Commentary." The Art in Main Bank of Chicago. Chicago: Main Bank of Chicago, n.d.: 2-21.

____. Fantastic Images: Chicago Art Since 1945. Chicago: Follett Publishing Company, 1972.

Shaman, Sanford Sivitz. "Commentary." in Waterloo-Cedar Falls, Iowa, University of Northern Iowa, Department of Art Gallery of Art. Contemporary Chicago Painters (exh. cat.). April 2-30, 1978: 8-12.

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