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Ragon, Michel. "L'Art Actuel aux Etats-Unis/Art Today in the United States." Cimaise (Paris), January–March 1959.
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Restany, Pierre. "U.S. Go Home and Come Back Later," Cimaise (Paris), January–March 1959.
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The New York Times. "10 Americans Get Ford Art Grants: Painters and Sculptors Are Named for $10,000 Each to Free Them for Work." February 18, 1959.
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Ashton, Dore. "Art." Arts & Architecture, March 1959, pp. 8, 28–29.
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Ashton, Dore. "Dernieres nouvelles de la peinture Américaine." Xxe Siecle, March 1959, p. 10.
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Asterisk. "Three Painters: A Symposium." Spring 1959, pp. 25–29.
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Hagstrum, Jean. "The Poetry of Stanley Kunitz." Northwestern University Tri-Quarterly 1, no. 3 (1959): pp. 20–26.
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Weigle, Edith. "Shows Review Art of Century." Chicago Tribune, May 6, 1959.
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Devree, Howard. "Art: Travelers Return: Modern Museum Showing 81 Abstracts by Americans That Toured Europe." The New York Times, May 28, 1959.
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The New York Times. "Moscow To See Modern U.S. Art." May 31, 1959, p. 60.
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Devree, Howard. "The New Vision: American Painting That Europe Saw Shown at Museum of Modern Art." The New York Times, May 31, 1959.
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Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts. "New Accession." Minneapolis Institute of Arts Calendar, June 1959.
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Coates, Robert M. "Excursions (and Alarums) Abroad." The New Yorker, June 6, 1959, pp. 151–52, 155–56.
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Time. "What Is?" August 10, 1959, p. 62.
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Szulc, Tad. "Big Art Display Planned by U.S." The New York Times, September 17, 1959.
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Vogue (US)"8 New York Painters." October 15, 1959, pp. 90–91.
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Russell, John. "The 'New American Painting' Captures Europe." Horizon, November 1959, pp. 33, 41.
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Thwaites, John Anthony. "Report on Documenta II: In This Vast and Ambitious Survey of Contemporary Art, Only a Few Pieces Fully Stand up to the Work of the Prewar Masters." Arts, November 1959, pp. 45–49.
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ARTnews. "Homage to Nell Blaine." December 1959, pp. 34–35.
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Sandler, Irving. "Guston: A Long Voyage Home." ARTnews, December 1959, pp. 36–39, 64–65.
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Chicago Tribune. "Artist Wins $2,000 with Iron Sculpture." December 1, 1959.
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The New York Times. "High Art Award Goes to Noguchi: Sculptor Wins Logan Medal as First Prize at 63d Exhibition in Chicago." December 2, 1959, p. 53.
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Hutchinson, Louise. "A Timid Soul's Ego Gets Badly Bruised by Prize Art Works." Chicago Tribune, December 6, 1959.
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Canaday, John. "Art: Stylistic Poles Apart: Philip Guston, Abstractionist, and Jack Levine, Satirist, Have Shows Here." The New York Times, December 30, 1959, p. 44.
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