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Selected Bibliography

On Motherwell:

Greenberg, Clement, "Art," The Nation, vol. 159 (November 11, 1944), p.598-599; vol. 164 (May 31, 1947), p.664-665; vol, 166 (May 29, 1948), p.612-614.
Goosen, Eugene C., "Robert Motherwell and the Seriousness of Subject," Art International, vol.3 nos. 1-2 (1959),p. 33-35, 38, 51.
Robert Motherwell: A Retrospective Exhibition , Pasadena Art Museum, 1962, Texts by T.W. Leavitt, Frank O'Hara, Sam Hunter.
"Exhibition at the Sidney Janis Gallery," Art News, vol. 61, January, 1963.
Tillim, Sidney, "Exhibition at the Sidney Janis Gallery," Arts Magazine, vol. 37 (January, 1963), p.40-42.
Ashton, Dore, "Motherwell Loves and Believes," Studio, vol. 165 (March, 1963) p.116-117.
O’Hara, Frank, “Robert Motherwell,” New York:The Museum of Modern Art, 1965. 
“Robert Motherwell,” Smith College Museum of Art, 1965. (Preface by the artist)
O'Hara, Frank, "Robert Motherwell at the Museum of Modern Art," Art in America, vol. 53, no. 5 (Oct.-Nov., 1965), p.80-81.
Tillim, Sidney, "Motherwell: THe Echo of Protest," Artforum, vol. 4 (December, 1965), p.34-36.
Robertson, Bryan, "From a Notebook on Robert Motherwell," Studio, vol. 171 (March, 1966), p.89-93.
Krauss, Rosalind, "Robert Motherwell's New Paintings," Artforum. vol. 7 (May,1969), p.26-28.
Arnason, H.H., "On Robert Motherwell: The Years 1948 to 1965," Art International, vol. 10 (April 20, 1966), p.17-35.
Kees, Weldon, "Robert Motherwell," Magazine of Art, vol. 41 (March, 1948), p.86-88.
Kramer, Hilton, “The Folklore of Modern Painting,” The New York Times, January 14, 1973, section D, p.23.
Robertson, Bryan, “Robert Motherwell at St. Gallen,” catalogue for Galerie im Erker, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 1970.
Kramer, Hilton, “Art: O’Hara, Poet is Honored,” The New York Times, February 16, 1974.
Kramer, Hilton, “Art: Motherwell’s Tall Collages,” The New York Times, April 13, 1974.
Hess, Thomas, “Vanity Fare,” New York Magazine, April 29, 1974.
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