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____________Paul Travis. Cleveland: Cleveland Artists Foundation, 2001.
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______________Essays by Ruth Dancyger, Nannette V. Maciejunes and William H. Robinson. A Brush With Light: Watercolor Painters of Northeast Ohio, 1903-1958. catalogue and exhibition. Cleveland: Cleveland Artists Foundation, 1998
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________________Gloria Plevin. Ohio Artists Now Monograph series. Cleveland: Cleveland Artists Foundation, 1998.
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The comprehensive histories of Cleveland usually start with William Ganson Rose, Cleveland: the Making of a City (Cleveland and New York: World Publishing, 1950) followed by the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History: 2nd edition (Bloomington and Indianapolis, 1996). There are other condensed histories on Cleveland and books about history and opinion about the future. There are studies of Cleveland’s ethnic and racial communities, cultural traditions and Cleveland art. In this last area, there are few books and many excellent written and photographic sources that can be found at Cleveland Museum of Art, Kent Smith Library at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio and the Archives of American Art and the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. There are complete bibliographical notes in William H. Robinson and David Steinberg, Transformations in Cleveland’s Art, 1796-1946: Community and Diversity in Early Modern America. (The Cleveland Museum of Art. 1996)
The following bibliography of catalogues is enormously helpful for expansion of biographies and careers of the artists in this chapter. Information about the Catalogues of the Cleveland Artists Foundation exhibits are available on the website www.clevelandartists.org.
Helpful resources in architecture are Gaede, Robert C. and Kalin, Robert, eds. Guide to Cleveland Architecture. 1st ed.,1991. 2nd ed., 1997. Cleveland: AIA Cleveland, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Johannesen, Eric. A Cleveland Legacy: The Architecture of Walker and Weeks. and Cleveland Architecture 1876-1976. Cleveland, 1979, published by the Western Reserve Historical Society as well as Mary-Peale Schofield’s Landmark Architecture of Cleveland, 1976, Pittsburgh: Ober Park Associates, Inc.
One of the most useful resources is the state compendium Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900: A Biographical Dictionary compiled and edited by Mary Sayre Haverstock, Jeannette Mahoney Vance, and Brian Meggitt (Kent,Ohio: Kent State University Press,2000.)
A Walking Tour and Guide to Public Art in Downtown Cleveland. Cleveland Public Art. 2003.
Carolyn K.Carr. Five Perspectives. Catalogue and exhibition. (Halem, Kelly, Mayer, Pearson, Salomon), Akron, Ohio: Akron Art Museum, 1985.
Hall, Michael. “The Symphony and the Garage” The Spirit of Cleveland: Visual Arts Recipients of the Cleveland Arts Prize 1961-1995. Cleveland: Cleveland Institute of Art. 1995.
Hinson, Tom. The Invitational: Artists of Northeast Ohio: An Invitational exhibition of the works of fifteen artists. (Christina de Paul, Kenneth Dingwall, Carl Floyd, Don Harvey, Masumi Hayashi, Curlee Raven Holten, Michael Loderstedt, Kirk Mangus, Richard Myers, Ken Nevadomi, Paul O’Keefe, Patricia Zinsmeister Parker, John Pearson, Annie Petres, La Wilson). catalogue and exhibition. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1991.
____________1994 Invitational: Artists of Northeast Ohio, exhibit at Cleveland Museum of Art, August 31-October 23, 1994. (Joan Damankos, Mark E. Howard, Eva Kwong,
____________Urban Evidence; Artists Reveal Cleveland, catalogues I and II for collaborative exhibition project sponsored by the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art and SPACES, (Judith Barry, Johnny Coleman, Christina de Paul, Kevin Jerome Everson, Don Harvey, Mark Howard, Ilya Kabakov, Joseph Kosuth, Michael Loderstedt, Tatsuo Miyahima, Holly Morrison, Paul O’Keeffe, Andres Serrano, Lorna Simpson, Brinsley Tyrrell, Lilian Tyrrell, Laila Voss,) Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1996.
Hoffman, Jay, Dee Driscole, Mary Clare Zahler A Study in Regional Taste, The May Show 1919-1975, (Kenneth Bates, August Biehle, Shirley Aley Campbell, Carroll Cassill, John Clague, Edris Eckhardt, William McVey, Viktor Schreckengost, William Sommer). Catalogue and exhibition. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1977.
McClelland, Elizabeth. Cleveland Writers on Cleveland Artists, an Anthology. Cleveland: John Carroll University, Cleveland Artists Series. 1990.
Ohio Arts Council. Transcending traditions: Ohio Artists is Clay and Fiber. February 16-March 17, 2000, catalogue and exhibition. Columbus: 2000.
Robinson, William H. Clarence Carter, The Unknown Snapshot Studies. 1904-2000,
Welchans, Roger, catalogue essay for the exhibit, David E. Davis: Transformations, The Butler
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