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Adams, Clinton. Printmaking in New Mexico, 1880-1990, 1991.

Adams, Henry et al. Exhibition, American Drawings and Watercolors, from the Kansas City Region, 1992.

Ballinger, James K. Visitors to Arizona 1846-1980, 1980.

Bermingham, Peter. The New Deal in the Southwest: Arizona and New Mexico. 1980. Exhibition catalog.

Bermingham, Peter and Daphne Deeds. Paintings and Sculpture in the Permanent Collection. 1983.

Berry-Hill Galleries. American Paintings V. 1988.

Birmingham Museum of Art. The Expressionist Landscape, North American Modernist Painting, 1920-1947. 1988. Exhibition catalog.

Broder, Patricia Janis. The American West: The Modern Vision. 1984.

Brooklyn Museum. Golden Years of American Drawing 1905-1956. 1957.

Carbone, Teresa A. et al., Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 2011. Exhibition catalog.

  1. 170, reproduction of Earth Rhythms No.6, 1926.

Cheney, Martha Candler. Modern Art in America. 1939.

Cheney, Sheldon. The Story of Modern Art. 1958.

Cheney, Sheldon. A Primer of Modern Art. 1966.

Chicago Modern 1893-1945: Pursuit of the New. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004.

Text and reproduction The Decree, 1918, p. 124.

Coke, Van Deren. Taos and Santa Fe: The Artists Environment 1882-1942. 1963.

Coke, Van Deren and Ed Garman. Raymond Jonson: A Retrospective Exhibition. 1964. Exhibition catalog.

Davenport, Ray. Davenport’s Art Reference. 2001.

Davidson, Abraham A. Early American Modernist Painting 1910-1935. 1981

Dawdy, Doris. Artists of the American West, A Biographical Dictionary (3 volumes). 1985.

DuPont, Diana and K. Holland. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Paintings and Sculpture Collection. 1985.

Eldredge, Charles C. and J. Schimmel. Art in New Mexico, 1900-1945: Paths to Taos and Santa Fe. Washington D.C.: Abbeville & National Museum of American Art, 1986.

Reproductions, Earth Rhythms No. 6, 1925; Cliff Dwellings No. 3, 1928.

Ellis, Simone. Santa Fe Art. 1993.

Fahlman, Betsy. American Modernism. 1989.

Falk, Peter. The Annual Exhibition Record of the Art Institute of Chicago. 1990.

Falk, Peter Hastings. Who Was Who in American Art, 1564-1975 (3 Volumes). 1999.

Flynn, Kathryn A. Treasures on New Mexico Trails, Discover New Deal Art and Architecture. 1995.

Garman, Ed. The Art of Raymond Jonson, Painter. 1976.

Gerald Peters Gallery. Modernist Themes in New Mexico, Works by Early Modernist Painters. 1989. Exhibition catalog.

Gerdts, William H. Art Across America (West), (Vol. 3). 1990.

Geske, Norman and Karen Janovy. The American Painting Collection, The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. 1988.

Gibson, Arrell Morgan. The Santa Fe and Taos Colonies Age of the Muses, 1900-1942. 1983.

Hagerty, Donald J. Canyon de Chelly: 100 Years of Painting and Photography. 1996.

Harmann, Sadekichi. A History of American Painting. 1932.

Harmsen, Dorothy. American Western Art. Chicago: R.R. Donnelly & Sons, 1977.

Reproduction: p.111, Pueblo Series, Acoma, 1927.

Hartel, Herbert R., Jr. “Raymond Jonson and the Chicago Little Theatre, 1912-1917: The Influence of the Simple Stage Aesthetic on an American Modernist Painter.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, v.104, n.3 (Fall 2011), pp. 199-222.

Several black and white reproductions.

Hopps, Walter et al. American Images/The SBC Collection of 20th Century American Art. 1996.

Hough, Katherine. Transforming the Western Image in 20th Century American Art. 1992. Exhibition catalog.

Jorge Daniel Veneciano, ed. The Geometric Unconscious: A Century of Abstraction. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2012.

Fig. 12, p. 22: Polymer No. 9, 1960 (Collection of University of Nebraska, Gift of Arthur H. Johnson).

Kinsey, Joni Louise. The Majesty of the Grand Canyon, 150 Years in Art. 1998.

Lane, John R. and Susan Larsen. Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America, 1927-1944. 1983. Exhibition catalog.

Levin, Gail and Marianne Lorenz. Theme & Improvisation, Kandinsky & the American Avant-Garde. 1992. Exhibition catalog.

Mallett, Daniel Trowbridge. Index of Artists: International Biographical. 1948.

Mesa Southwest Museum. Capturing the Canyon: Artists in the Grand Canyon. 1987.

Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe. Light and Color: Images from New Mexico. 1981.

Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe. Artists of 20th Century New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts Collection. 1992.

National Gallery of Art.  American Paintings, An Illustrated Catalogue. 1992. Exhibition catalog.

Neff, Emily Ballew. The Modern West: American Landscapes, 1890-1950. New Haven, CT: Yale in assoc. with Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2006.

Reproduction, Cliff Dwellings No. 3, 1927, cover & p. 146; text pp. 144-147.

Ness, Zenobia and Louise Orwig. Iowa Artists of the First Hundred Years. 1939.

New Mexico Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe. Handbook of the Collections. 1974.

O’Har, Mary Kate, et al. Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in North and South America, 1920s-1950s. Petaluma: Pomegranate, 2010. Exhibition catalog, Newark Museum (Feb 17 – May 23, 2010) and Amon Carter Museum (June 26 – Sep 5, 2010).

  1. 77, reproduction, Oil No. 12, 1942.

Opitz, Glenn B. (ed.). Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary, American Painters, Sculptors, et al. 1986.

Phoenix Art Museum. Collecting, 1957-1984.

Prince, Sue Ann. The Old Guard and Avant-Garde, Modernism in Chicago 1910-1940. 1990.

Reeve, Kay Aiken. Santa Fe and Taos 1898-1942: An American Cultural Center. 1982.

Robertson, Edna and Sarah Nestor. Artists of the Canyons and Caminos: Santa Fe, the Early Years. New York: Peregrine Smith, 1976.

Reproduction: p. 110, Light, 1917.

Rushing, W. Jackson. Native American Art and the New York Avant-Garde. 1995.

Samuels, Peggy and Harold. Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West. 1976.

School of American Research. Exhibition, Representative Art and Artists of New Mexico. 1976.

Shipp, Steve. American Art Colonies 1850-1930, A Guide to Original Art Colonies and Their Artists. 1996.

Smithsonian. Smithsonian Archives of American Art: Checklist of the Collection. 1975.

Southwest Art Master Index 1971-1993, Artists in Southwest Art.

Spanierman Gallery. American Works on Paper II. 1988. Exhibition catalog.

Spanierman Gallery. America Gone Modern: From the Twenties to the Sixties. 2000.

Spanierman Gallery. Maine: An Artist’s Retreat, May 12 – June 11, 2010. Essay by Lisa N. Peters. Exhibition catalog.

  1. 29, reproduction, Ogunquit, 1920.

Storr, Robert and Tom Wolf. Community of Creativity, A Century of MacDowell Colony Artists. 1996.

Traugott, Joseph. The Art of New Mexico: How the West Is One. Santa Fe, MNM Press, 2007. Exhibition catalog.

Reproduction, Suspension, 1935, p.139; Watercolor No. 8, 1940, p. 142: Text p. 140-142. Santa Fe Museum of Art.

Udall, Sharyn R. Modernist Painting in New Mexico, 1913-1935. Albuquerque: UNM Press, 1984.

Reproductions: Earth Rhythms No. 3, 1923; Earth Rhythms No. 9, 1926; Cloud Forms and Mesas, 1928; Grand Canyon Trilogy – First Movement, 1927; Southwest Arrangement, 1933; Santo, 1928; Time Cycle – Morning, 1930; City Perspectives, 1933; Earth Rhythms No. 6, 1925.

Udall, Sharyn R., Santa Fe Art Colony 1900-1942. 1987. Exhibition catalog.

Udall, Sharyn R. Contested Terrain, Myth and Meaning in Southwest Art. 1996.

University of Kansas Museum. American Drawings and Watercolors. 1973.

University of New Mexico Art Museum. Cubism: Its Impact in the USA 1910-1930. 1967. Exhibition catalog.

Ware, Robert and MaLin Wilson-Powell. To Form From Air: Music and the Art of Raymond Jonson. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2010.

Witt, David L. The Taos Artists: A Historical and Biographical Dictionary. 1984.

Witt, David L. Modernists in Taos: From Dasburg to Martin. Santa Fe: Red Crane, 2002. Reproduction, Watercolor No. 9, 1938, p. 38, text: p. 27.

Wooden, Howard E. Exhibition, American Art of Great Depression, Two Sides of the Coin. 1985.