Frederick Carl Frieseke Catalogue
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Six American Artists Exhibition.  Bulletin v. 2. Detroit Museum of Art. Detroit, Michigan. July, 1908.
Brinton, Christian.  Austellung Americanischer Kunst.  Konigliche Akademie der Kunst. Berlin, Germany. 1910.
Exhibition of Paintings by Frederick Carl Frieseke.  Macbeth Gallery. New York, New York. 1912.
Exhibition of Paintings by Frederick C. Frieseke, January 17 – 30, 1912.  Macbeth Galleries. New York, New York. 1912.
"Frederick C. Frieseke," Third Year Book.  Friends of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1912.
Frederick Carl Frieseke, April 8 – 22, 1913.  Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1913.
Catalog of Special Exhibition of Paintings by Frederick Carl Frieseke and Leonard Ochtman, N. A.  Detroit Museum of Art. Detroit, Michigan. 1913.
Exhibition of Paintings by Frederick C. Frieseke.  Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1913.
F. C. Frieseke.  Bulletin 7. Detroit Museum of Art. Detroit, Michigan. April, 1913.
"Frederick C. Frieseke," Fourth Year Book.  Friends of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1913.
"Frederick C. Frieseke," Fifth Year Book.  Friends of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1914.
R. K.,  The Martin B. Koon Memorial Collection.  Bulletin 3. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota, May, 1914.
R. K.,  The Martin B. Koon Memorial Collection.  Bulletin 4. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota. July, 1914.
Frederick Frieseke.  Bulletin. Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. Syracuse, New York. September, 1914.
Recent Paintings by Frederick C. Frieseke, N. A., January 14 – 16, 1916.  Macbeth Galleries. New York, New York. 1916.
Exhibition: Paintings by F. C. Frieseke and Sculpture by F. W. Allen.  St. Botolph Club. Boston, Massachusetts. 1916.
Paintings by Great Masters: Gaspard, Symons, Hopkins, Frieseke.  Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, Ohio. 1917.
Modern American Paintings.  Handbook. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1917.
The Painting Torn Lingerie, by F. C. Frieseke, Acquired by the Museum.  Bulletin 3. St. Louis City Art Museum. St. Louis, Missouri. April, 1917.
An Exhibition of Paintings by Gardner Symons, James R. Hopkins, and Frederick Carl Frieseke.  Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1918.
A Frieseke Purchased.  Museum News #30. Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, Ohio. January, 1918.
C. H. B.,  Painting by F. C. Frieseke Acquired.  Bulletin v. 13. Detroit Museum of Art. Detroit, Michigan. May, 1919.
Paintings by Frederick Carl Frieseke, N. A., Paintings by Maurice Fromkes, Paintings and Etchings by Hayley Lever, Paintings by Jonas Lie, Dec. 11, 1920 - Jan. 3, 1921.  Albright Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 1920.
Frieseke, Fromkes, Lever, Lie.  Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 1920.
Paintings by Frederick Carl Frieseke.  Bulletin 2. Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, Michigan. March, 1921.
Exhibition of Paintings by Frederick Carl Frieseke, Maurice Fromkes, Hayley Lever, and Jonas Lie at the Albright Art Gallery.  Academy Notes v. 16. Fine Art Academy. Buffalo, New York. January-June, 1921.
Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Contributed by the Founders.  Grand Central Art Galleries. New York, New York. 1923.
Blue Curtains by Frederick Carl Frieseke, Bulletin 6.  Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art. Los Angeles, California. 1925.
Modern American Paintings.  Handbook. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1926.
Water Colors by Frederick C. Frieseke, N. A., March 19 – April 1, 1929.  Macbeth Gallery. New York, New York. 1929.
Nebbia, Ugo.  XVII Esposizione Internationale D’Arte, Venezia:, 1930.  A. E. A. Anonima Editrice Arte. Milan, Italy. 1930.
Frederick C. Frieseke, The Walter F. Schulze Memorial Gallery of Paintings, by R. M. F.  Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1930.
Paintings by James Chapin and F. C. Frieseke.  Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy. Andover, Massachusetts. 1931.
Exhibition of Winter Landscapes and Other Subjects by Frederick C. Frieseke, N. A., March 14 – 26, 1932.  Macbeth Galleries. New York, New York. 1932.
Baur,, John I. H.  Leaders of American Impressionism.  Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, New York. 1937.
Retrospective Exhibition of Frederick C. Frieseke, N. A.  Grand Central Galleries. New York, New York. 1939.
Claude Monet and the Giverny Artists.  Charles E. Slatkin Galleries. New York, New York. 1960.
Weller, Allen S.  Frederick Frieseke, 1874 – 1939.  Hirschl and Adler Galleries. New York, New York. 1966.
Frederick Carl Frieseke, 1874-1939: American Impressionist.  Cummer Gallery of Art. Jacksonville, Florida. 1967.
Backlin-Landman, Hedy.  European and American Art from the Princeton Alumni Collections.  Princeton University. Princeton, New Jersey. 1972.
Domit, Moussa M.  Frederick Frieseke, 1874 – 1939: A Retrospective Exhibition.  Telfair Academy. Savannah, Georgia. 1974.
Kilmer, Nicholas.  The American Painter F. C. Frieseke: The Small Retrospective.  The Swain School of Design. New Bedford, Massachisetts. 1974.
The Last Expatriate: Frederick C. Frieseke.  Fayeteville Museum of Art. Fayetteville, North Carolina. 1980.
Kilmer, Nicholas and Ben L. Summerford.  A Retrospective Exhibition of the Work of F. C. Frieseke.  The Maxwell Galleries. San Francisco, California. 1982.
Meixner, Laura L.  An International Episode: Millet, Monet, and their North American Counterparts.  Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Memphis, Tennessee. 1982.
Sellin, David.  Americans in Brittany and Normandy, 1860 – 1910.  Phoenix Art Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. 1982.
Ripley, S. Dillon (foreword).  Impressionistes Américains.  Petit Palais. Paris, France. 1982.
Les Artistes américains a Giverny.  Musée Municipal A.– G. Poulain. Vernon, France. 1984.
Sweeney, J. Gray.  Artists of Michigan from the Nineteenth Century.  Muskegon Museum of Art. Muskegon, Michigan and Detroit Historical Museum. Detroit, Michigan. 1987.
American Paintings from the Manoogian Collection.  National Gallery of Art. Washington, D. C. 1989.
Chambers, Bruce W.  Frederick C. Frieseke: Women in Repose.  Berry-Hill Galleries. New York, New York. 1990.
Weber, Bruce.  The Giverny Luminists: Frieseke, Miller, and their Circle.  Berry-Hill. New York, New York. 1995.
Lublin, Mary.  Afternoon Pleasures: American Impressionists and Expatriate Paintings.  Beacon Hill Fine Arts. New York, New York. 1995.
Sellin, David.  Peintres américain en Bretagne.  Muséé de Pont-Aven. Pont-Aven, France. 1995.
American Painters on the French Scene, 1874 – 1914.  Beacon Hill Fine Arts. New York, New York. 1996.
Kane, Mary Louise.  A Bright Oasis: The Paintings of Richard E. Miller.  Jordan-Volpe Gallery. New York, New York. 1997.
Epstein, Stacey B.  Alfred H. Maurer: Aestheticism to Modernism.  Hollis Taggart Galleries. New York, New York. 1999.
Chamber Works by Frederick C. Frieseke.  Hollis Taggart Galleries. New York, New York. 2000.
Frederick Carl Frieseke: The Evolution of an American Impressionist.  Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, Georgia. 2001.
Merrill, Linda, et al.  After Whistler: The Artist and his Influence on American Painting.  High Museum of Art. Atlanta, Georgia. 2003.
Bourguignon, Katherine M.  Impressionist Giverny: A Colony of Artists, 1885-1915.  University of Chicago Press. Chicago, Illinois. 2007.
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