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                                        BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Books
Metro International Directory of Contemporary Art. "Kenneth Noland," pp. 270-271. Editoriale Metro, Milan, 1964.
Rosenberg, Harold, The Anxious Object. Horizon Press, New York, 1964.

Periodicals
Arts Yearbook 4, "Artists on the Current Scene." 1961, p. 166.
Arts Yearbook 7, "The Art World." 1964, pp. 16, 39, 70.
Ashbery, John, "Paris Notes." Art International, V: 5-6, June-Aug. 1961, pp. 42, 92.
Burrows, Carlyle, "Noland Art 'Purist'." New York Herald Tribune, March 19, 1961.
Campbell, Lawrence, "Reviews and Previews." Art News, 61:3, May 1962, p. 11.
---, "Reviews and Previews." Art News, 58:6, Oct. 1959, p. 16.
Canaday, John, "Straw Without Bricks." New York Times, Nov. 15, 1964.
Curonici, Giuseppe, "Pittura di Kenneth Noland." Cenobio, Lugano, no. 6, Novembre-Dicembre 1960.
Finley, Gerald, "Louis Noland, Olitski." Art Forum, 1:9 pp. 34-35.
Fried, Michael, "New York Letter," Art International, VII:5, May 1963, pp. 69-70.
Gassiot-Talabot, G., "The 32nd Venice Biennial." Cimaise, no. 69-70, July-October 1964, p. 110.
Geldzahler, Henry, "Recent American Painting." Cimaise, no. 69-70, July-October 1964, pp. 42-47.
Greenberg, Clement, "After Abstract Expressionism." Art International, VI:8, October 25, 1964, pp. 24-32.
---, "Louis and Noland." Art International, IV:5, 1960, pp. 26-29.
---, "Three American Painters." Canadian Art, 20, May 1963, pp. 172-175.
Hess, Thomas, "Phony Crisis in American Art." Art News, 62:60, Summer 1963.
Hodin, J. P. "Londres," Quadrum, 15:162, 1963. Johnson, C. B., "Trends and Traditions: Recent Acquisitions." Gallery Notes, Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 27:2, Spring 1964, pp. 3-4. 
Judd, Donald, "In the Galleries." Arts, 36:10, Sept. 1962, p. 49.
---, "In the Galleries." Arts, September 1963, pp. 53-54.
Kozloff, Max, "Abstract Attrition." Arts, 39:4 Jan. 1965, p. 46.
---, "New York Letter." Art International, VI:7, Sept. 1962, p. 38.
Mc C. Truitt, James, "Art-Arid D.C. Harbors Touted 'New' Painters." Washington Post, Dec. 21, 1961. 
Melville, R., "Exhibition at Kasmin, Ltd." Architectural Review, 134:58, July 1963.
Menna, Filiberto, "La Nuova Astrazione Americana." L'Europa Letteraria, Rome, no. 30-32, June-Sept. 1964, pp. 145-148.
Metro 2, "Other Symbols from the U.S." 1961, p. 93. 
Mullins, L. " Exhibition at Kasmin, Ltd." Apollo, London, 77:416, May 1963.
Newsweek, "Art." May 15, 1961.
---, "Hitting the Bull's Eye." April 16, 1962, p. 198.
---, "Vanity Fair: The New York Art Scene." January 4, 1965, pp. 54-55.
Preston, Stuart, Review. New York Times, March 18, 1961.
Restany, Pierre, "La XXXII Biennale di Venezia: Biennale della Irregolarita." Domus, 417:39, August 1964.
Rose, Barbara, "Kenneth Noland." Art International, VIII:5-6, Summer 1964, pp. 58-61.
Rubin, William, "Younger American Painters." Art International, IV:1, 1960, p. 30.
Sandler, Irving, "Reviews and Previews." Art News, 60:3, May 1961, p. 15.
---, "Reviews and Previews." Art News, 62:3, May 1963, p. 11.
---, "New York Letter." Art International, V:3, 1961, pp. 38-39.
---, "In the Art Galleries." The New York Post, April 15, 1962.
---, "In the Art Galleries." The New York Post, April 2, 1962.
Sawin, M., "New York Letter." Art International, III:9, 1959.
Schuyler, James, "First One-Man Show of Oils in New York at De Nagy Gallery." Art News, 55:10, Feb. 1957, p. 10.
Time, "Art." January 8, 1965, p. 44.

Catalogues
New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, American Abstract Expressionists and Imagists. Introduction by H.H. Arnason. 1961.
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Geometric Abstraction in America. Introduction by John Gordon. 1962.
Seattle, Seattle Worlds' Fair, Art Since 1950. Introduction by Sam Hunter. 1962.
Zurich, Galerie Charles Lienhard AG, Kenneth Noland.

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