James Brooks Catalogue
James Brooks
Selected Catalogues
Ritchie, Andrew C.  Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1951.
Miller, Dorothy.  Twelve Americans.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1956.
A Handbook to the Guggenheim Collection.  Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. New York, New York. 1959.
Geldzahler, Henry.  American Painting in the 20th Century.  Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 1960.
Hunter, Samuel.  James Brooks.  Whitney Museum of American Art and Fredrick Praeger. New York, New York. 1963.
An American Collection: The Neuberger Collection.  Rhode Island School of Design: The Museum of Art. Rhode Island. 1968.
Recent paintings by James Brooks.  The Gallery. New York, New York. 1968.
Lieberman, William S.  Twentieth Century Art from the Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller Foundation.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1969.
Art Now, New York, Vol. 3 #2.  University Galleries. New York, New York. 1971.
Ruepple, Merrill.  James Brooks.  Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Dallas, Texas. 1972.
The Ciba-Geigy Art Collection - Acquisitions as of Summer 1973.  Ardsley. New York, New York. 1973.
Namuth, Hans.  Fifty-Two Artists - A Portfolio of Photographs.  Committee for the Visual Arts. New York, New York. 1973.
Seitz, William C.  American Art at Mid-Century.  National Gallery of Art. Washington D.C. 1974.
The Arts Students League of New York 1875-1975.  The Art Students League. New York, New York. 1975.
James Brooks : paintings 1952-1975, works on paper 1950-1975.  Finch College, Museum of Art; Martha Jackson Gallery. New York. 1975.
James Brooks.  Galleria Lorenzelli. Milan, Italy. 1975.
A Selection of American Art: The Skowhegan School 1946-76.  The Institute of Contemporary Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 1976.
Images of an Era: The American Poster 1945-1975.  The National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. 1976.
Works on paper, James Brooks: variations on a theme.  Martha Jackson Gallery. New York, New York. 1976.
Selections from the Laurence H. Bloedel Bequest.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 1977.
James Brooks/John Opper, paintings of the seventies.  Montclair Art Museum. Montclair, New Jersey. 1978.
James Brooks: paintings of the seventies.  Martha Jackson Gallery. New York, New York. 1978.
James Brooks, Giorgio Cavallon : paintings of the seventies.  Gruenebaum Gallery. New York, New York. 1979.
Americkanische Malerei, 1930-80.  Haus der Kunst. Munich, Germany. 1981.
Goetzmann, William H. and Becky Duval Reese.  Texas Images & Visions.  Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin. Austin, Texas. 1983.
Preble, Michael.  James Brooks : paintings and works on paper, 1946-1982.  Portland Museum of Art. Portland, Maine. 1983.
Messinger, Lisa Mintz.  James Brooks : a quarter-century of work.  Heckscher Museum. Huntington, New York. 1988.
James Brooks : The early 1950s.  Berry-Hill Galleries. New York, New York. 1989.
Abstract Expressionism: Works on Paper Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Metropolitan Museum of Art / High Museum of Art. Atlanta, Georgia. 1992.
Intimates and Confidants in Art: Husbands, Wives, Lovers and Friends.  The Nassau County Museum of Art. New York, New York. 1993.
James Brooks : paintings and drawings from the 1960s.  Washburn Gallery. New York, New York. 1998.
James Brooks.  William A. Farnsworth Library and Art Museum. Rockland, Maine. 2000.
Abeles, Anne L.  James Brooks: From Dallas to the New York School.  City University of New York. New York, New York. September, 2001.
James Brooks, in retrospect.  Guild Hall of East Hampton. East Hampton, New York. 2001.
James Brooks : selected works 1960-1985.  Van Doren Waxter. New York, New York. 2003.
James Brooks Selected Works 1948-1986.  Manny Silverman Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 2004.
James Brooks: a survey of small paintings.  Van Doren Waxter. New York, New York. 2005.
East End Artists, Past and Present.  Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, Georgia. 2007.
James Brooks: Black and White + Color.  Greenberg Van Doren Gallery. New York, New York. 2008.
Scarlata, Jessica and H.K. Harrisburg.  Abstract Expressionism: Further Evidence – Painting and Sculpture.  Michael Rosenfeld Gallery. New York, New York. 2009.
Bell, Tiffany.  Unlikely Friends: James Brooks & Dan Flavin.  Van Doren Waxter. New York, New York. 2012.
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