APPENDIX D:
Selected References to other Artists and Personalities Mentioned in the Article

Wymann Adams

Emory Adam Albright

Ivan Albright

Melvin Marr Albright

Fra Angelico

Benjamin Parks Avery

Antoine Louis Bayre

Donald Beauregard
Klauber, Alice. “The Paintings of Donald Beauregard,” Art & Archaeology, VII: 1-2 (January-February 1918), 79 ff., illus.

Cecilia Beaux

Bernard Berenson

Edward Bosque

Samuel Marsden Brooks

Paul Burlin

J. Carroll Beckwith
Beckwith, J. Carroll. Art World, III (December 1917), pp.176-179.
Richardson, E. P., Painting in America, New York: Thomas E. Crowell Company, 1957.

George Bellows

Oscar Berninghaus

Albert Bierstadt

Ernst L. Blumenschein

Boldini

Gutzon Borglum

Frank Brangwyn

Arthur Brown

Maurice Braun
Petersen, Martin E. Second Nature, San Diego Museum of Art and Prestel-Verleg, Munich, 1991.

Samuel Marsden Brooks

Natalie Curtis Burlin
Brendenberg, Alfred R. “Natalie Curtis Burlin: A Pioneer in the Study of American Minority Cultures,” Connecticut Review, XVI: I (Spring 1994), 1 ff.
Curtis Burlin, Natalie. The Indian Book. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1907.

Sir Edward Burne-Jones

Mary Cassatt

Gerald Cassidy

Paul Cezanne

William Merritt Chase
Bryant, Jr., Keith L. William Merritt Chase: A Genteel Bohemian. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1991.
Pisano, R. S. A Leading Spirit in American Art: William Merritt Chase, 1849-1916. University of Washington, 1983.
Roof, Katherine Metcalf. The Art and Life of William Merritt Chase. New York, 1917.

Alice Mary Clark

E. Irving Couse

Burt C. Cressey
Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. Dictionary of Art and Artists in Southern California before 1930. Los Angeles: Privately printed, 1975.

Metta Cressey
Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. Dictionary of Art and Artists in Southern California before 1930. Los Angeles: Privately printed, 1975.

Daumier

Randall Davey

Arthur B. Davies

Edgar Degas

Richard Bush Gideon Jacques Denny

Phil Dyke

Guy Pene DuBois

W. Herbert Dunton

Thomas Eakins

Ammi Farnham

Juan Buckingham Wandes Forda

Irving Gill

William Glackens

Albert Gleizes

El Greco

Guerin

Shoji Hamada

Child Hassam

E. Martin Hennings

Hans Hofmann

Marjorie ‘O’ Henri

Robert Henri (Cozad)
Ryerson, Margery. The Art Spirit, 1923.
Sandoz, Mari. Son of the Gamblin’ Man. Lincoln/London: University of Nebraska Press, 1960.
Homer, William Innes. Robert Henri and His Circle. Ithica (NY) and London: Cornell University Press, 1969.
Perlman, Bennard B. The Immortal Eight and Its Influence. New York: Art Students’ League, 1983.
Perlman, Bennard B. Robert Henri: His Life and Art. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1991, appendix “The Teaching Robert Henri: The Alice Klauber Manuscript.”
Boone, E. Elizabeth. “American Artists and the Spanish Experience,” American Art Review, XI: 1 (January-February 1999), 120ff.

Dr. Edgar Lee Hewett
Chauvenet, Beatrice. Hewett and Friends: A Biography of Santa Fe’s Vibrant Years. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1983.
Gibbon, Avrell Morgan. The Santa Fe and Taos Colonies: Age of the Muses, 1900-1942. Norman (OK): University of Oklahoma Press, 1983.
Neuhaus, Eugene. The Art of the Exposition. San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company, 1915.
Robertson, Edna and Sarah Nestor. Artists of the Canyons and Caminos: Santa Fe the Early Years. Santa Fe: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1976.

Julie H. Heyneman
San Diego Union, January 10, 1943, obit. Heyneman died at the age of 72.

Victor Higgins

Thomas Hill

Clarence Hinkle

Hiroshige

Hokusai

Everett Gee Jackson

William Templeton Johnson

Edward Kemeys

William Keith

Elsie Kimberley

Leda Klauber

Stella Klauber

Leon Kroll

Beatric de Lack Kromback

Kunisada

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Ernest Lawson

Bernard Leach

George Luks

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