Full list of literature
Abbott, Yarnall. "Comment on Art and Artists." Sunday Press [Philadelphia], February 8, 1920.
AIC Bulletin 1918
Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 12 (December 1918), p. 145.
Alterman, James M. "Pennsylvania Impressionists & Modernists." American Art Review 13 (October 2001), pp. 210-221.
American Academy 1974
American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Memorial Exhibition for Eugene Berman, Philip Evergood, John Folinsbee, Anna Hyatt Huntington, Jacques Lipchitz, Franklin Watkins. New York, 1974. Exhibition catalogue.
American Art Annual
American Art Review
American Art Review 1998
"The Pennsylvania Impressionists." American Art Review 10, no. 1 (February 1998), pp. 154-161. Excerpted from the exhibition catalogue.
American Artist 1945
"Five Painters." American Artist (February 1945), p. 17.
American Magazine 1919
"Items." American Magazine of Art 10, no. 4 (February 1919), p. 150.
Antiques & Arts
Antiques & Arts 2005
"Gratz Gallery to Showcase Pennsylvania Painters." Antiques and the Arts Weekly, October 7, 2005, pp. 90-D.
Art Digest 1929
"New Hope Colony Holds Its Fall Show." The Art Digest (October 1929), p. 10.
Art News 1916
"Accepted But Not Hung Works Shown." [no title]. Art News (April 1916).
Arts & Decoration
Arts & Decoration 1918
"Notes of the Studios and Galleries." Arts & Decoration (April 1918), pp. 267-268.
ASL Prospectus 1913
Art Students' League of New York. Prospectus, Summer School of the Art Students' League at Woodstock, NY. New York: The League, 1913.
Austin, Robert Michael. Artists of the Litchfield Hills. Waterbury, CT: Mattatuck Historical Society, 2003. Exhibition catalogue. For Picture Perfect, held at museums throughout northwest Connecticut in 2003.
"Phillips Mill Art Colony Has Exhibit." Baltimore Evening News, clipping [May 1930].
Barker, Virgil. "The Seventh Exhibition at the Corcoran ." International Studio 69, 275 (Jan./Feb. 1920), pp. 94-98.
Depression Post Office Murals and Southern Culture: A Gentle Reconstruction. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1989.
Berman, Ann. "Art Notebook: Bucks County Impressionists." Architectural Digest (November 1994), pp. 58, 64, 68, 77-78.
Bland, Bartholomew and Laura Vookles. Paintbox Leaves: Autumnal Inspiration from Cole to Wyeth. Yonkers, NY: Hudson River Museum, 2012. Exhibition catalogue.
Boca Raton Museum of Art. America the Beautiful: 19th and 20th Century Paintings from the Walter and Lucille Rubin Collection. Boca Raton: The Museum, 2003. Exhibition catalogue.
Boswell, Peyton. "Notes from the New York Galleries." Art & Archaeology Magazine 12, no. 6 (December 1921), p. 273.
Bowdoin, G. W. "Country Moods in 5th Ave Show of Two Painters." New York Evening World, October 6, 1915.
Breuning, Margaret. "Vehement Landscapes by John Folinsbee." Art Digest 19 (December 1 1944), p. 22.
Brooklyn Eagle 1917
"Landscapes by John Folinsbee at Ferargil." Brooklyn Eagle, December 2, 1917.
Bucks County Gazette
Buffalo Courier 1899
"Our Little Folks and What They Are Doing." Buffalo Courier, February 19, 1899, Supplement. Contains image of Folinsbee's drawing of a part of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears".
Caffin, Charles H. "Landscapes by John Folinsbee." New York American, January 15, 1917.
Dept. Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute. Painting in the United States 1947. Pittsburgh: The Institute, 1947. Exhibition catalogue.
Cary, Elizabeth Luther. "The Winter Academy." New York Times, November 29, 1927, p. 30.
Cash, Sara, ed. Corcoran Gallery of Art: American Paintings to 1945. Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 2011.
Chambers, Bruce W. Maine: A Legacy in Painting, 1830 to the Present. New York: Spanierman Gallery, 2005. Exhibition catalogue. Catalogue of an exhibition to benefit the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME, October 11–November 9, 2005.
Child, Charles. "John Folinsbee—A Tribute." The Bucks County Gazette [New Hope, PA] (May 18, 1972).
Cincinnati Art Museum. Catalogue of the 35th Annual Exhibition of American Art, May 26–July 1, 1928. . Cincinnati: The Museum, 1928. Exhibition catalogue.
"Good Small Beginnings." N.Y. [Ann..], March 1914. Reviews an exhibition at the Salmagundi Club.
Cook, Peter G. A Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by John Folinsbee, Presented by the Century Association. The Century Association, 1973. Exhibition catalogue.
Gee Cee [Gordon Cooper]. ""People Worth Knowing in the Delaware Valley: John Fulton Folinsbee, A Frank Interpreter of Life." Lambertvile Record, September 5, 1929.
Eleventh Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings. Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1928. Exhibition catalogue.
Cortissoz, Royal. "Impressionist Paintings by John Follinsbee [sic]." New York Herald, January 12, 1919.
Culver, Michael. "The Art of John Folinsbee." American Art Review 13, no. 4 (August 2001), pp. 106–111.
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DaCosta, Jean. "Step Up and Meet John Folinsbee." The Bucks County Informers (April 1948).
Daily Intelligencer 1962
Wicks, Alden. "Painter's Brush Dips in Fountain of Youth." Daily Intelligencer [Doylestown], November 16, 1962, p. 16.
Dearinger and Davis
Dearinger and Davis 2004
Dearinger, David B. and John Davis. Paintings and Sculpture in the Collection of the National Academy of Design. New York: Hudson Hills, 2004.
Devree, Howard. "Art in Review: Salmagundi Club's Exhibition." New York Times, March 12, 1933, F29.
DeVree, Howard. "In the Realm of Art: American Cross Section: The Municipal Art Committee Assembles Work from Every Part of the Union." New York Times, June 20, 1937, p. 143. No work mentioned, but DeVree cites "Folinsbee's landscape in sweeping rhythms".
Devree, Howard. "A Reviewer's Notebook; Brief Comment on Some Recently Opened Shows—A Women’s International." [no title]. New York Times, October 22, 1939, p. 138.
DeVree, Howard. "Highly Diverse: Annual Ceremonies at American Academy." New York Times, May 31, 1953, X7.
Donohoe, Victoria. "Along the Road from Impressionist to Modernist in Bucks County Gallery Show." Philadelphia Inquirer, May 28, 1995, BC4.
Watson, Ernest. Paintings by John Folinsbee. Rockland, ME: William A. Farnsworth art Museum, 1959. Exhibition catalogue.
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Fine Art 2014a
Joshua Rose. "Poetic Interpretation: Folinsbee Considered (Review)." American Fine Art Review Issue 15 (May/June), pp. 44-45.
Folinsbee, John. "Reviews of the Independents Exhibition." Lambertville Record, July 6. 1933.
Folk, Tom. The Pennsylvania Impressionists. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984.
Force, Debra. An American Tradition: The Pennsylvania Impressionists. New York: Beacon Hill Fine Art, 1995. Exhibition catalogue.
Foust, Rebecca. All That Gorgeous Pitiless Song: Poetry by Rebecca Foust. Philadelphia: Many Mountains Moving Press, 2010.
Frank, Sue Behrends. American Impressionists: Painters of Light and the Modern Landscape. Washington, DC: The Phillips Collection, 2007. Exhibition catalogue.
Silviane Gold. "Same New York Rivers, but All Else Was New: A Review of ‘Industrial Sublime’ at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers." New York Times, November 3, 2013, WE9. www.nytimes.com/2013/11/03/nyregion/a-review-of-industrial-sublime-at-the-hudson-river-museum-in-yonkers.html?_r=1&.
Grand Central NY
Grand Central NY 1923
Grand Central Art Galleries. Catalogue of the Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture by Founders and Members. The Galleries, 1923. Exhibition catalogue.
Pennsylvania Painters and the New Hope Circle. New Hope, PA: Gratz Gallery, 2005. Exhibition catalogue.
Gruppe, Emile A. Gruppe on Color: Using Expressive Brushwork to Paint Nature. Edited by Charles Movalli. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1979.
Hass, Albert. "Artist, Friend Reminisce: Story of New Hope Art Colony Told." Philadelphia Inquirer, September 12, 1968, pp. NE29, NE32.
Hartford Times 1924
"Connecticut Art Show Has Many Fine Paintings: Fourteenth Annual Academy Exhibition Attracts Crowds to Atheneum Annex Galleries." Hartford Times, April 19, 1924.
Hatten, Christopher. Through American Eyes: Two Centuries of American Art from the Huntington Museum of Art. Huntington, WV : Huntington Museum of Art, 2003.
Hudson Observer 1920
"Folinsbee Painting at Hoboken Library." Hudson Observer, March 19, 1920.
Hunter, Sam. American Impressionism: The New Hope Circle. Fort Lauderdale: The Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art and Richard Stuart Gallery, 1985. Exhibition catalogue.
Husby, Andrea. Birge Harrison: Artist, Teacher and Critic. PhD dissertation, City University of New York, 2003.
"City Artists win 4 out of 7 Prizes." Philadelphia Inquirer, January 25, 1931.
International Studio 1921
"Quo Vadis." International Studio 73 (April 1921), pp. xxxvii–xxxviii.
Jensen, Kirsten. "Contour, Bones, and Skin: Cezanne's Influence on John Folinsbee." Fine Art Connoisseur 4 (July/August 2007), pp. 51–55.
Jensen & Bland
Jensen & Bland 2013
Kirsten M. Jensen and Bartholomew F. Bland. Industrial Sublime: Modernism and the Transformation of New York's Rivers, 1900-1940. Fordham University Press, 2013. Exhibition catalogue.
Jewell, Edward Alden. "In the Realm of Art: Comment on Current Shows: At the Academy." New York Times, December 4, 1932, X9.
Keenan, Peter. "Art Chatters and Matters: Eureka! New Hope at Last has a Permanent Gallery." Lambertville Record, July 6, 1933, p. 4. Mentions the Independents have asked Folinsbee to review their inaugural exhibition.
Knight, Cher Kraus. An Independent Spirit: The Art and Life of R.A.D. Miller. Doylestown, PA: James A. Michener Art Museum, 2010.
Le Fitz Simons
Le Fitz Simons 1913
Le Fitz Simons, T. "Art Students' League Exhibition of the Woodstock School of Landscape Painting." Arts & Decoration (May 1913), pp. 252, 254.
Lembeck, David. "Rediscovering the People's Art: New Deal Murals in Pennsylvania's Post Offices." Pennsylvania Heritage 34 (Summer 2008), pp. 28–37.
Lowrey, Carol. A Legacy of Art: Paintings and Sculptures by Artist Life Members of the National Arts Club. New York: The National Arts Club in association with Hudson Hills Press, 2007, pp. 98–99, 200.
Catalogue of the Midwinter Exhibition...Paintings loaned by John Folinsbee, by Harry Leith-Ross, and by artists and citizens of Youngstown. Youngstown, OH: Mahoning Institute, 1916. Exhibition catalogue.
Maine Antiques 2011
McCabe, Brian. "In Shad Season on the Banks of the Detroit River." Maine Antique Digest, December 2011, pp. 34-B.
Mather, Frank Jewett. "At Old Phillips Mill." New York Times, October 29, 1933, X5.
Mayor & Davis
Mayor & Davis 1977
Mayor, A. Hyatt and Mark Davis. American Art at the Century. New York: The Century Association, 1977.
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James A. Michener Arts Center. Inaugural Exhibition of Twentieth-Century American Art. Doylestown, PA: James A. Michener Arts Center, 1988. Exhibition catalogue.
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Mitchell, Mark D. "An Old Philadelphia Master Gets a New Look at Woodmere Exhibit." Chestnut Hill Local 52 (December 30, 2010), pp. 1-2.
Murphy, Deborah. "Folinsbee book informative, amusing." Review of John Folinsbee, by Peter Cook. Times Record, September 1, 1994, p. 20.
98th Annual Exhibition. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Design, 1923. Exhibition catalogue.
New Hope 1933a
"Artists: Folinsbee Heads Mill Jury; Kurt Wiese Holds One-Man Show." The New Hope 1, no. 1 (August 1933), p. 5.
NY Evening Post
NY Evening Sun
NY Evening World
NY Herald 1917a
"Academy Shows 486 Art Works on Varnishing Day." New York Herald, March 17, 1917, p. 6.
NY Sun 1919
"[Landscapes by John Folinsbee]." New York Sun, January 20, 1919.
NY Times 1916
"Academy Exhibits Its Prize Paintings." New York Times, March 18, 1916, p. 9.
NY Tribune 1916
"Art Hung at Lotos Accepted by Academy: Fifty Canvases in Consolation Exhibit at the Club." New York Tribune, April 4, 1916.
NY World 1916
"News of the Art World." New York World, October 10, 1916. Review of Folinsbee & Leith-Ross exhibition at Katz Gallery.
Ogunquit Art Center. 37th Annual National Exhibition. Ogunquit, ME: Ogunquit Art Center, 1957. Exhibition catalogue.
One-Hundred-And-Twenty-Third Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts . Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1928. Exhibition catalogue.
Paolino, Tammy. "Rendering a World Full of Hope." Review of John Folinsbee, by Peter Cook. Time Off (Princeton Packet), May 13-22, 1994, pp. 3, 18-19.
Ward, Henry. "Ramblings." Paducah Sun-Democrat, ca. 1939-38. Undated clipping in the Archives of the John F. Folinsbee Art Trust.
Peterson, Brian. Up the River: The Pennsylvania Impressionists and Modernists. Princeton, NJ: The Gallery at Bristol-Myers Squibb, 2001. Exhibition catalogue.
"Philadelphia [Notes]." The Jeweler's Circular (May 3, 1922), p. 116.
Phillips Mill 1979
50th Anniversary Retrospective Art Exhibition. New Hope, PA: Phillips Mill Community Association, 1979. Exhibition catalogue.
PleinAir Magazine February 2015
Stephen Doherty. "Plein Air Heritage; John Folinsbee (1892-1972)." PleinAir Magazine Volume 5, Issue 1 (February-March 2015), p. 3.
Price, Frederic Newlin. "Folinsbee of Golden Song." International Studio 76 (February 1923), pp. 420–426.
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Reed, Melissa A. "John Folinsbee: A Traditional Painter Amidst Modernist Trends." Yale University, 1994. Senior Thesis.
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Robertson, John E. L. "Presumption of Art." Kentucky Humanities (Fall 2010), pp. 30–38.
Schweigert, Scott. "American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists' Colony." American Art Review 23, no. 6 (October 2011), pp. 132-141.
Shirey, David. "A Truly American Impressionist." New York Times, March 30, 1980.
Sozanski, Edward. "Shifting Landscapes of a New Hope Artist." Philadelphia Inquirer, December 12, 2010, H6. 2010.
"Exhibition of Art: Mr. Folinsbee's Paintings Shown at the Hillyer Art Gallery." [no title]. Springfield Republican, November, 16 1916.
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Stricker, Michele Pavon. John Folinsbee: Following His Own Course. Philadelphia: Newman Galleries, 1990. Exhibition catalogue.
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Sunday World c1924
Watson, Forbes. "Pleasant Landscapes by New Hope Artist." Sunday World, [February 1924].
The New Hope
Times Advertiser 1948
"Folinsbee, Landscape Artist of New Hope, Defends Painting 'Truths' Against 'Tricks'." Times Advertiser 10 (October 10, 1948).
Times Record 1983
"Follensbee [sic] painting given to Farnsworth." Times Record (Brunswick, ME), December 16, 1983, p. 20.
E.L.J. "New Hope Colony Opening Summer School of Art." Trenton Sunday Times-Advertiser, May 17, 1942, part 4, pp. 1-2.
Town Topics 1994
"Newly Published Book on Artist John Folinsbee Is A Tribute by His Late Son-in-Law Peter Cook." Review of John Folinsbee, by Peter Cook. Town Topics (Princeton, NJ), April 20, 1994, pp. 20, 21.
Appraisal of Pictures, Estate of John F. Folinsbee, June 20, 1972. Boston: Vose Galleries, 1972.
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Ward, C. F. A. "29th Mill Exhibition Truly '20th Century'." Bucks County Gazette, October 2, 1958.
Watson, Ernest W. "John Folinsbee Paints a Landscape: Hazelton Brickyard." American Artist (September 1950), pp. 30–35.
Watts, Harvey M. "Nature Invites and Art Responds: The Haunts of the Painters of the Delaware." Arts and Decoration 15 (July 1921), pp. 153–155, 196, 198.
Winter, Hillary. "The life and art of John Folinsbee." Review of John Folinsbee, by Peter Cook. The Times, May 22, 1994, pp. DD4-5.