BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NATIVE ART
- Earth songs, Moon Dreams : Paintings by American Indian Women, Patricia Janis Broder, New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1999. Oklahomans comprise about one fourth of the entries.
- I Stand in the Center of the Good: Interviews with Contemporary Native Artists, Lawrence Abbott, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE 1994. Includes three Oklahoma Native artists: Shan Goshorn, Edgar Heap of Birds, Kay Walkingstick, Linda Lomaftewa.
- Kiowa Indian Art : Watercolor Paintings in color by the Indians of Oklahoma, from the collection of Oscar Brousse Jacobson 1882-1966. Santa Fe, N.M.: Bell Editions, 1979
- Native American Art in the Twentieth Century, Jackson Rushing, Routledge Press, New York, New York, 1999.
- Alan Houser, an American Master, Jackson Rushing, HN Abrams, New York, 2004. Though Houser spent his professional life outside of Oklahoma, he continued to be influenced by his Chiricahua Apache heritage.
- Shared visions: Native American Painters and Sculptors in the Twentieth Century, Margaret Archuleta and Rennard Strickland, New York : The New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. Essays by various Native American art scholars and numerous Oklahoma artists.
- The Arbitrary Indian: the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, Gail K. Sheffield, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.
- Uprising!: Woody Crumbo’s Indian Art, Robert Perry (Robert Johnson), Chickasaw Nation Press: Ada, Oklahoma, 2009.
- The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger: War to Peace, Death to Life, Molly Babcock and Peggy Tiger, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980.
- “Through Native Lenses: American Indian Vernacular Photographies and Performances of Memories,” 1890-1940. Dissertation, Nicole Dawn Strathman, UCLA (2013). Talks about Horace Poolaw’s work, among others.
- “Oklahoma Indian Women and Their Art,” diss. Mary Jo Watson. University of Oklahoma, 1993. Discussion of June Lee, Sharon Ahtone Harjo.
- “The Legacy of Arthur and Shiffra Silberman: an Unparalled Collection of American Indian Painting and Scholarship.” diss. Leigh A. Dudley. University of Central Oklahoma, 2013.
- “Anticipating the Dawn : Contemporary Art by Native American women,” Gardiner Art Gallery, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 1999. Includes a number of Oklahoma artists.
- “Art From Fort Marion: the Silberman Collection,” Joyce Szabo, Western legacies series; v. 4. University of Oklahoma Press: Norman, 2007. Among the Fort Marion prisoners were many members of Oklahoma tribes, including Southern Cheyennes, Southern Arapahos, Kiowas, Comanches etc.
- “Impact : the Philbrook Indian Annual, 1946 to 1979,” Christina Burke, Tulsa: Philbrook Museum of Art, 2014. Tulsa-based Native art show that had a national reputation and often utilized Native judges.
- “Honoring the Legacy—Contemporary Expressions of Oklahoma Tribal Art,” Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2002.
- “The Dr. J.W. Wiggins Native American Art Collection,” Sequoyah National Research Center, 2010.
- “Contemporary Native American Art : October 1st through the 28th, 1983,” Gardiner Art Gallery, Student Union, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Karita Coffey, Edgar Heap of Birds, and Kay Walkingstick among artists with Oklahoma roots.
- “Native American Invitational: Indigenous Women Artists,” Gilcrease Museum, 1997.
- “Return from Exile: Contemporary Southeastern Art,” Tahlequah, Southeastern Artists Association, 2015. Covers predominantly Oklahoma artists with essays by Heather Ahtone Harjo and Mary Jo Watson.
- “Spirit Red: Native American Art from the Renard Strickland Collection,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, 2009. Number of Oklahoma Native artists.
- “The Tiger Legacy,” E.L. Gilmore: Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1968. Jerome Tiger artwork.
- “Visions and Voices: Native American Painting from the Philbrook Museum of Art,” ed. Lydia Wykoff, 1999. Catalogue includes interviews of many Oklahoma Native artists from this Tulsa-based collection, much of which was acquired during the famed Philbrook Indian Annual.
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