Malcolm and Karen Whyte, Mill Valley, CA
This work comes from Malcolm Whyte, Cornell Class of 1955, and his wife Karen Whyte, whose collection of contemporary Native American art was featured in an exhibition at the Johnson Museum, Cornell University, with the accompanying catalogue by the same name, Walk in Beauty: Discovering American Indian Art. The Whyte collection, from which this work was selected, focuses primarily on contemporary artists from California and the larger Western region of the country.
Blackman, Margaret B., and Edwin S. Hall. 1981. "Contemporary Northwest Coast art: tradition & innovation in serigraphy". American Indian Art Magazine. 6 (3).
Canada. 2007. L'art des peuples autochtones du Canada au sénat = Canadian Aboriginal art at the senate. Ottawa: Government of Canada.
Canadian Indian Marketing Services. 1979. Northwest Coast Indian artists: 1979 graphics collection. Toronto: Thompson Gallery Inc. in association with Executive Marketing Services.
Hall, Edwin S., Margaret B. Blackman, and Vincent Rickard. 1981. Northwest Coast Indian graphics: an introduction to silk screen prints. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Megaw, J. V. S. 1982. Northwest Coast Indian graphics: [catalogue of an exhibition of imported screen prints from Canada. S. Aust: Flinders University of S. Aust.
Macnair, Peter L., Alan L. Hoover, and Kevin Neary (1984) The Legacy: Tradition and Innovation in Northwest Coast Indian Art. Vancouver, B.C.: Douglas & McIntyre.
National Museum of Man (Canada), Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre, and Centre for Indian Art. 1980. The Eye of the dreamer: heroes and heroic transformation in Northwest Coast silkscreen prints from the collection of the National Museum of Man. Thunder Bay, Ont: Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre.
Northwest Coast Indian Artists Guild. 1977. Northwest Coast Indian Artists Guild, 1977 graphics collection. Ottawa: Canadian Indian Marketing Services.
Northwest Coast Indian Artists Guild. 1978. Northwest Coast Indian Artists Guild, 1978 graphics collection. Ottawa: Canadian Indian Marketing Service.
Open Pacific Graphics (Firm). 1985. Northwest Coast Indian printmakers. Victoria, B.C.: Open Pacific Graphics.
Phillips, Ruth B., and Christopher Burghard Steiner. 1999. Unpacking culture art and commodity in colonial and postcolonial worlds. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Whyte, Malcolm. 2007. Walk in beauty: discovering American Indian art : American Indian paintings and sculpture from the collection of Malcolm and Karen Whyte. Ithaca, N.Y.: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.
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