Edouard Manet

Hardesty Gilmore Maratta

William Lewis Marple

Alfredo Ramos Martinez
“Alfredo Ramos Martinez.” Liturgical Arts, VI (August 1938).
Small, G. R. Ramos Martinez, His Life and Art, Westlake Village (CA): F and J. Publishers, Inc., 1975.

Julian Martinez

Maria Martinez
Peterson, Susan. Maria Martinez. Tokyo et al: Kodansha International, 1977, re Maria’s San Diego visit, p. 237.

Arthur Mathews

Henri Matisse


Pietro Mezzara

Claude Monet

Eugene Morahan
Moure, Nancy. Dictionary of Art and Artists in Southern California before 1930, Glendale: Dustin Publications, 1975.

Thomas Moran
Kinsey, Joni Louise. Thomas Moran and the Surveying of the American West. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.
Wilkins, Thurman. Thomas Moran Artist of the Mountains. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1966.


Ernesta Narjot

Rose O’Neill

Walter Pach
Discovering Modernism: Selections from the Walter Pach Papers. Washington, D.C.: Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, (date). William C. Agee, introduction.
Time magazine, June 3, 1935.
Sloan, Helen Farr, Introduction, Bennard Perlman, essay. The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, February-March 1990. Exhibition of the Art of Walter and Magda Pach.
Perlman, Bennard B. American Artists, Authors and Collectors: The Walter Pach Papers, 1906-1958. Albany: New York University Press, 2002.

Seldon Parsons

Clara Perry

Gottardo Piazzonni

Pablo Picasso

Bruce Porter

Maurice Prendergast

Arthur Putnam
Baker, Naomi. San Diego Union, January 22, 1933, illustrating two oil paintings by Putnam, one dated 1897, and a plaster cast of a cougar.
Baltimore, J. Mayne. “The Typical American in Bronze: Work of Young California Sculptor,” Craftsman, IX (October 1905-March 1906), 250-251. Interpretation of the Scripps’ commission that is illustrated. It appears a finished piece, so it must have been cast by the time the article appeared.
Bancroft, Griffing. San Diego, Sun, August 14-18, 1933, a series of articles on the artist’s life with photos and illustrations.
Berry, Rose V. S. “Arthur Putnam - California Sculptor,” American Magazine of Art, XX (May 1929), 276 ff.
Broder, Patricia Janis. Bronzes of the American West. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1973, pp.243-246.
Brown, Milton W. The Story of the Armory Show. New York: Abbeville Press. 1988, 303
Dickson, Samuel. The Streets of San Francisco. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1955.
Heyneman, Julie H. Arthur Putnam Sculptor. San Francisco: Johncke and Seeger, 1932. Illustrations by Ansel Adams. Published in London as Desert Cactus: A Portrait of a Sculptor. London: Geoffry Bles, 1934.
Osborne, Carol O. “Arthur Putnam, Animal Sculptor,” American Art Review, III (September-October 1976), 71ff

Grace Storey Putnam
Baker Dottie. “The Beautiful Wax Bye-Lo-Baby in the Bowers Museum,” Doll Reader, XIV: 3 (April 1986), 136ff.
Baker, Dottie. “Grace Storey Putnam and her Doll House Dolls,” Doll News, 35:3 (Spring 1986), 42, 49-50.
Faulke, Jan. 4th Blue Book. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1980, 79-81.
Johl, Janet. The Fascinating Story of Dolls. New York: H. L. Landquist, publisher, 1941.
St. George, Eleanor. Dolls of Three Centuries. London/New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, LTD., 1981.

Santa Fe and Taos Painters
Art & Archaeology, V:1-2 (January-February 1918), 53
Bickerstaff, Laura M. Pioneer Artists of Taos. Denver: Old West Publishing Co., 1955, revised 1983.
Coke, Van Deren. Taos and Santa Fe: The Artist’s Environment. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1963.
Robertson, Edna and Sarah Nestor. Artists of the Canyons and Caminos: Santa Fe the Early Years. Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1976.
Gibson, Arrell Morgan. The Santa Fe and Taos Colonies: Age of the Muses, 1900-1942. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1983.
Charles C. Eldredge, Julie Schimmel, William H. Truettner. Art in New Mexico, 1900-1945: Paths to Taos and Santa Fe, New York: Abbevelle Press, 1986.
Udall, Sharon Rohlfsen. Santa Fe Art Colony, 1900-1942. Santa Fe: Gerald Peters Gallery, 1987.

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

Frederic S. Remington
Remington, Frederic S., Harold McCracken, editor. Frederic Remington’s Own West. New York: Dial Press, 1960.
Jussim, Estelle. Frederic Remington, the Camera & the Old West. Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum, 1983.Museum, 1983.
Nemerov, Alexander. Frederic Remington & Turn-of-the Century America. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995.
Samuels, Peggy and Harold. The Collected Writings of Frederic Remington. New York: Doubleday & Company, 1979.
Shapiro, Michael Edward. Cast and Recast: The Sculpture of Frederic Remington. Washington, D.C., 1981.
Vorpahl, Ben Merchant. Frederic Remington and the West with the eye of the Mind. Austin & London: University of Texas Press, 1978.

Margaret Robbins

Auguste Rodin

Julius Rolshoven
Grand Central Art Galleries, Memorial Exhibition, Julius Rolshoven, New York, 1954.
See under Santa Fe and Taos Painters for other references.

Doris Rosenthal

Morgan Russell

Margery Ryerson

John Singer Sargent

Edna Mae Schofield


Joseph Henry Sharp

Millard Sheets

Elizabeth Sherman

John Sloan


Richard L. Spivey
Maria. Flagstaff: Northland Publishing Company, 1989.

Alma Bretteville Spreckels (Mrs. Adolph Spreckels)
Kirk, Savage. Smithsonian Studies in American Art, 4:2 (Spring 1990), 48-49.
Moffat, Frances. Dancing on the Brink of the World: The Rise and Fall of San Francisco Society. New York: Putnam’s Sons, 1977.

Carl Sprinchorn

Gertrude Stein
Stein, Gertrude. The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. New York, 1960.


Frederic S. Remington


Aime B. Titus

Ruth Townsend

Walter Ufer


Vincent Van Gogh

Carlos Vierra

Hazel Waldo Waterman

Clarence White

Virgil Williams

Amy Jo Wormser

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frederick Yates




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