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© Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY
Nicholas Hampson, San Francisco, 1979; acquired from Wanda Hansen by Ross Turk on April 16, 1981; Paula and Ross Turk, Elkhart, IN
Arneson, Robert, My Head in Ceramics, 1972; Hayward, California State University, Nut Art, 1972; Helen Drutt and Beth Coffelt, Robert Arneson: Self-Portraits (Philadelphia: Moore College of Art, 1979), 13, 19, 39, no. 6 ; Neal Benezra, Robert Arneson: A Retrospective (Des Moines: Des Moines Art Center, 1986), cat. no. 17, 35, 95, fig. 35; (dated 1972); Steven Nash, Arneson and Politics: A Commemorative Exhibition (San Francisco: The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco,1993), 11; Revolutions of the Wheel: The Emergence of American Clay Art, Queens Row, 1996, videotape 4; Gary Garrels, Janet Bishop, and Jonathan Fineberg, Robert Arneson: Self-Reflections (San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1997), 24, 27, pl. 2; “Ahead of his Time” [review of SFMoMA, Self-Reflections] San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 12, 1997, page 61; Hilarie Faberman, Fired at Davis: Figurative Ceramic Sculpture by Robert Arneson, Visiting Professors, and Students at the University of California at Davis, the Paula and Ross Turk Collection (Stanford: Cantor Arts Center, 2005), front, 31, 33, fig. 9, cat. no. 4; “Fired at Davis,” San Jose Mercury News, November 6, 2005, 5C
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