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SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS, EVENTS.. ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS SELECTED MAJOR EXHIBITIONS SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 
JULES OLITSKI 
BIOGRAPHY
Born Snovsk, Russia 
March 27th, 1922 - February 4th, 2007
 
 
 
 

EDUCATION:
National Academy of Design, New York, 1939-42
Beaux Arts Institute, New York, 1940-42
Ossip Zadkine School, Paris, 1949
Academia de la Grande Chaumiere, Paris, 1949-50
B.A., New York University, New York, 1952
M.A., New York, University, New York, 1954

For further information please contact:
Lauren Poster, Director
Jules Olitski Estate
P.O. Box 440
Marlboro, Vermont 05344
e-mail  Director @Olitski.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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TEACHING:
Chairman, Fine Arts Division, C.W. Post College of
Long Island University, Greenvale, New York, 1956-63
Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont, 1963-67

AWARDS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS:
"The 1961 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of  Contemporary Painting and Sculpture"
    Dept. of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1961(Awarded 2nd Prize)
"30th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Painters" at The Corcoran Gallery of Art,
    Washington, D.C., 1967 (Corcoran Gold Medal and William A.C. Clark Prize).
"The 1975 Award for Distinction in the Arts", University Union, University of South Carolina,  Columbia, SC. 1975
"The Milton & Sally Avery Distinguished Professorship", Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, 1987
"Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences", 1991
"National Academician", National Academy of Design, New York, 1993
"Distinguished Artist" Arkansas Celebration of the Arts, Hot Springs, Arkansas 1996
"Honorary Doctorate of Arts" Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Ct 1997
"Honorary Doctorate of Arts" Keene State College, University of New Hampshire 1998
"Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters" Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH 2003
 Member of the Academy of Arts and Letters since 2006
"Skowhegan Award for Painting 2007"

SYMPOSIUMS, LECTURES, And SPECIAL EVENTS:
"First Annual International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition- CARO, NOLAND, OLITSKI", Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School,
      University of  Hartford, West Hartford, Ct. April 28-June 15, 1994
"Abstraction: A Tradition of Collecting In Miami" Jan 5. 1995 Center For the Fine Arts Miami, Fl
"The Colors of Invention: A Fall Festival", The Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, National Museum of American History,
    Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC Nov 13-16, 1997. "The Artist's View: Color, Technology, and Style in Postwar Art, Jules Olitski, Mark Golden,
    Harry Rand, Sunday, Nov. 16, 1997
"Art and Culture" (Barley Soup and Art:  High and Low) Partisan Review Symposium, Boston, Ma. May 10-12, 2002
"High and Low Culture-  a lecture by Jules Olitski" The Wexner Center, Ohio State University, Columbus, Oh November 14, 2002
"Jules Olitski Interview with Moly Barnes"  Artists Talk on Art, Soho20 New York, NY May 2, 2003
"Jules Olitski an Interview with John Walters, The Front Porch, NH Public Radio, Keene State College Sept 20, 2003
"Jules Olitski on His Work" Evening Lecture Series, New York Studio School, New York, NY May 4, 2004
ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS: 
1951   Galerie Huit, Paris
1958   Iolas Gallery, New York
1959   French & Co., New York
1960   French & Co., New York
 1961          Poindexter Gallery, New York
1962   Poindexter Gallery, New York
           New Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington, Vt 
1963   Galeria Santacroce, Florence
           Poindexter Gallery, New York
           Galeria Topazia Alliata, Rome
           Toninelli Arte Moderne, Milan
1964   Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
           Poindexter Gallery, New York
           Kasmin Gallery, London
           Galerie Lawrence, Paris
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1965  Poindexter Gallery, New York (March)
          Kasmin Gallery, London
          Poindexter Gallery, New York (October)
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1966  Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
          Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
1967  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (paintings 1963-1967);
          Pasadena Museum, Ca. San Francisco Museum of Art
         Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
          Poindexter Gallery, New York
1968  Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 
              in cooperation with the Hayden Gallery, M.I.T., Cambridge
          Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
          Kasmin Gallery, London
1969  Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
          Kasmin Gallery, London
          Lawrence Rubin Gallery, London
1970   Kasmin Gallery, London
           Lawrence Rubin Gallery, New York 1971   David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1972   Lawrence Rubin Gallery, New York
           David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1973  Andre Emmerich Gallery, Zurich
          Lawrence Rubin Gallery, New York
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
          Knoedler Contemporary Art, New York
          Pasadena Museum of Modern Art, Pasadena 
          Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (retrospective):
          Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; 
          Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
1974  Andre Emmerich Gallery, Zurich
          Knoedler Contemporary Art, New York
          Galeria dell'Ariente, Milan 
          Corcoran Gallery of Art (Life Drawings)
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
1975  Knoedler Contemporary Art, New York
          Waddington Galleries II, London
          Galerie Wentzel, Hamburg
          Dart Gallery, Chicago
1976  David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
          Knoedler Contemporary Art, New York
          Noah Goldowsky, New York (Life Drawings)
          FIAC 1976, Paris (with David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto) 
          Watson/de Nagy & Co., Houston
1977  Knoedler Contemporary Art, New York
          Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (sculpture); Hirshhorn Museum 
               and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
          Berlinische Galerie, Berlin
          Galerie Wentzel, Hamburg
1978  Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
          David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
          Harcus-Krakow Gallery, Boston
1979  Andre Emmerich Gallery, Zurich
          M. Knoedler & Co., New York
          Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton
1980   Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton
           Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris
           Theo Waddington Galleries, Toronto
           Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
1981   M. Knoedler & Co., New York
           Gallery One, Toronto
           Galerie Wentzel, Hamburg
           Janus Gallery, Los Angeles
           Knoedler Gallery, London
           Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
           Harcus/Krakow Gallery, Boston
           The Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton
           Meredith Long & Co., Houston
1982   Gallery One, Toronto
           Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton
           Harcus/Krakow Gallery, Boston
           Meredith Long & Co, Houston
           Martha White Gallery, Louisville, Ky 
1983   Gallery One, Toronto
           M. Knoedler & Co., New York
           Yares Gallery, Scottsdale, Az
           Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
           Harcus Gallery, Boston
1984   Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
           Yares Gallery, Scottsdale, Az
           Gallery One, Toronto 
           Fondation du Chateau De Jau, Perpignan, France  (retrospective)
           Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris
1985   La Musee de Valence, Valence, France
           Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, N.C.
           M. Knoedler & Co., New York
           Galerie Wentzel, Cologne (sculpture)
           The Lamont Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH 
1986  Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
          Yares Gallery, Scottsdale (retrospective 1962-1985)
          Gallery One, Toronto
          Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
          Yares Gallery, Scottsdale, Az (plexiglas sculpture)
1987  M. Knoedler & Co., New York
          Meredith Long & Co., Houston
          Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton
          Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
          Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York (plexiglas sculpture)
          Gallery One, Toronto
          Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson
1988  Hokin Gallery, Palm Peach, Fla.
          Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York (The Early 60's)  April
          Gallery One, Toronto
          Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York (December)
1989  Yares Gallery, Scottsdale (Paintings of the 60's)
          Associated American Artists, New York (Print Retrospective)
          Gallery One, Toronto
          Elca London Galerie, Montreal
          Francis Graham Dixon Gallery, London
          Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York (Spray Paintings of the 1960's)
1990   Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York
           Buschlen/Mowatt Gallery, Vancouver (3 Decades)
           Gallery One, Toronto (Retrospective)
           Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York, Los Angeles, (retrospective); 
                 Afinsa Lagasca, Madrid, Galerie Montaigne, Paris, 
                  Francis Graham Dixon Gallery, London
1991   David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown Univ., Providence, RI 
           Galeria Afinsa, Porto, Portugal
           Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York
1992   Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fla
           Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, Berlin
1993   Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York
           Thorne Sagendorph Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, NH
             (retrospective)
1994   Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fla
           The New Gallery, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla
           Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York
           Long Fine Arts, New York (monotypes)
1995   C.S. Schulte Galleries, Milburn, NJ (retrospective)
           Andre Emmerich, New York 
           Long Fine Arts, New York (monoprints)
1996   Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fla (retrospective)
           Drabinsky-Friedland Galleries, Toronto
           Thorne Sagendorph, Keene, NH (landscapes)
           Dorothy  Blau, Bay Harbor Island, Fla
           Long Fine Arts, New York (monopri
1997  Marianne Friedland Gallery, Naples, Fla (landscapes)
           CS Schulte Gallery, Milburn, NJ  (landscapes)
           Long Fine Art, New York (monoprints)
           Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI  (landscapes)
           Hodecker Gallery, Waterville Valley, NH  (landscapes & monoprints)
           Belknap Mills, Laconia, NH  (landscapes)
           Butler Institute, Youngstown, Oh  (landscapes)
           Drabinsky Friedland Gallery, Toronto (watercolors)
           Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fla  (landscapes)
1998   Portland Museum, Portland, Me (landscapes)
           Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Md (landscapes)
           Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI (landscapes)
           Gould Academy, Bethel, Me (monoprints)
           Long Fine Art, New York (monoprints)
1999   Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London (paintings 1965-1975)
           Marianne Friedland Gallery, Naples, Fl (survey )
           Galeria Metta, Madrid,  (survey )
           Drabinsky Friedland Gallery, Toronto (survey)
           Mary McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH (landscapes)
           Thorne Sagendorph Gallery, Keene, NH (monoprints) 
           Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London
          Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, Fla 
                Traveling Retrospective)
2000  Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
           Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria
           Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI (landscapes)
           The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Oh
                   (Traveling Retrospective) 
            Ameringer/Howard Fine Art, New York, NY
            Perrella Gallery, Fulton Montgomery Com College, Johnstown, NY
2001  Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent Univ.Nottingham,   UK 
           Ameringer/Howard, Boca Raton, Fl (paper)
           Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, Fl 
           Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI (paper)
            C.W. White Gallery, Portland, Me (paper)
2002   Ameringer/Howard /Yohe, New York, NY (1960's paper)
            Ameringer/Howard/Yohe, Boca Raton, Fl (landscapes)
            Marianne Friedland, Naples, Fl
            Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London  (80th Birthday Tribute)
            Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
            Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Or
           Virginia Lynch, Tiverton, RI
           Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, New York, NY (80th Birthday Tribute)
           Gallery V, Columbus, Oh 
2003   Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, Boca Raton, Fl (80th Birthday continued) 
           Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, New York, NY (1960’s Sprays)
           The McIninch Art Gallery, SNHU Manchester, NH
           Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, NH 
                 (work from1993-2003)
2004    Marianne Friedland, Naples, Fl
            Mizel Art Center, Denver, Co
2005    Goldman Warehouse, Miami, Fl
            Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fl
            Virginia Lynch, Tiverton, RI
            Knoedler and Company, New York, NY
2006    Paul Kasmin, New York, NY
            The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington U. Washington DC
2007    Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fl
            Knoedler and Company, New York, NY
2008    The Brattleboro Museum, Brattleboro, VT
2009    The Weatherspoon Museum U of NC at Greensboro, NC
            The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington U. Washington DC
2010    The Butler Museum of American Art, Youngstown, Oh
             Hackett Mill, San Francisco, CA
             Opalka Gallery, The Sage Colleges of Albany, Albany, NY
             The Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
2011     Daura Gallery Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA
             FreedmanArt, New York, NY
             Kemper Museum, Kansas City, MO
2012     The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
             The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
             American University Museum at The Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC
             Luther Brady Gallery, George Washington Univ., Washington, DC
2013     Naples Museum, Naples, Fl
              Reading Museum, Reading, Pa
             Adelson Galleries, Boston, Ma
             Hackett Mill Gallery, San Francisco, CA
             FreedmanArt, New York, NY
2014     Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY




 
SELECTED MAJOR EXHIBITIONS:

"The 1961 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture", Department of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute,  Pittsburgh, Pa. Oct. 27, 
     1961-Jan. 7, 1962

"Recent Acquisitions", Museum of Modern Art, New York, Nov. 20, 1962-Jan 3, 1963

"Whitney Annual Exhibitions of Contemporary American Painting", Whitney Museum of American  Art, New York, Dec. 11, 1962-Feb 2, 1963

"Three New American Painters:  Louis, Noland Olitski", Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, Canada, Jan. 11-Feb. 15, 1963

"Aspects of 20th Century Painting", Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Ma.  Feb. 7-April 7, 1963

"The Formalists", The Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, D.C., June 6-July 7, 1963

"Directions:  American Painting", San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco,  Sept. 20-Oct. 20, 1963
New Directions in American Painting", Organized by  Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Ma. 

        Exhibit at Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, N.Y., Dec. 1, 1963-  Jan. 5, 1964; 
        Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, La. Feb. 7-March 8, 1964; 
        Atlanta Art Association, Atlanta, Ga. March 18-April 22, 1964;
        J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Ky. May 4-June 7, 1964; 
        Art Museum, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. June 22-Sept 20, 1964; 
        Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. Oct. 5-30, 1964; 
        Detroit Institute of Arts, Nov. 10-Dec. 6, 1964

"67th Annual American Exhibition", The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Il.  Feb. 28-April 12, 1964

"The Atmosphere of 1964", Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
        April 17-June 1, 1964

"Post Painterly Abstraction", Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Apr 23-June 7, 1964; 
       Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Min. July 13-Aug. 16, 1964; 
        Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Nov. 20-Dec. 20, 1964

"American Drawings, 1964", The Solomon Guggenheim Museum, , N.Y. Sept. 17-Oct. 27, 1964


ONE TIME, 1964

"Three American Painter (Noland, Olitski and Stella)", Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Ma., April 21-May 30, 1965; 
        Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, July 6-Aug. 3, 1965

"Ausstellung Signale", Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland, June 26-Sept. 5, 1965

"Frankenthaler, Noland, Olitski", New Brunswick Museum, St. John; 
        The Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Regina; 
        The Mendel Art Center, Saskatoon; The Confederation Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 1966

"XXXIII International Biennial Exhibition of Art", United States Pavilion, Venice,  June 18-Oct. 16, 1966

"30th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting", The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.  Feb. 24-April 19, 1967

"Form, Color, Image", Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Mich. April 11-May 32, 1967

"Ninth Tokyo Biennale", Tokyo, Japan, May 1967

"A Selection of Paintings and Sculptures from the Collections of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowan, University of California, Irvine, Ca. May 2-21, 1967; 
        San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, June 2-July 2, 1967

"Focus on Light", The New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, May 20-Sept. 10, 1967

"Large-Scale American Paintings", The Jewish Museum, New York, July 11-Sept. 17, 1967

"Torcuato di Tella International Prize Exhibition", Instituto Torcuato di Tella,  Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sept. 29-Oct. 29, 1967

"Art for Embassies", organized by the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Sept. 30- Nov. 5, 1967

"Jules Olitski: Paintings,  1963-1967" The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., April 28-June 11,1967; San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco,Ca. 
     Sept. 26-Nov. 5, 1967

"Whitney Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting", Whitney Museum of American  Art, New York, N.Y. Dec. 13, 1967-Feb. 4, 1968

"Jules Olitski' Recent Paintings", Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Feb 21-March 26, 1968; 
        in collaborations with the Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, March 29-April 23, 1973

"Documenta IV", Kassel, Germany, June 27-Oct. 6, 1968

"Signals in the '60's", Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct. 5-Nov 10, 1968

"L'Art Vivant, 1965-1968, Foundation Maeght, St. Paul-deVence, France, April 13-June 30, 1968

"Twentieth Century American Art", Albert Pilavin Collection, Oct. 7-Nov. 23, 1968

"Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection", Art Galley, University of Notre Dame,   Indiana, Jan. 5-Feb. 23, 1969

"The Development of Modernist Painting: Jackson Pollock to the Present", Steinberg Art Gallery, Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, Mo.
     April 1-30, 1969

"The Sculpture of Jules Olitski", The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y.,   April 10-May 18, 1969

"Concept", Vassar College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. April 30-June 1, 1969

"The Gosman Collection", Art Gallery of the University of Pittsburgh, Department of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, Pa.  Sept. 14-Oct. 10, 1969

"American Art of the '60's:  Toronto Private Collections, York University, Toronto, Canada, 1969

"Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz", Everson Museum, Syracuse, N.Y. July 13-Nov. 16, 
     1969;  University Art Gallery, State University of New York at Albany, Dec. 3, 1969-Jan. 25, 1970

"New York Painting and Sculpture:  1940-1970", The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y.,  Oct. 18, 1969-Feb. 8, 1970

"Painting in New York:  1944-1969", Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, Ca. Nov. 24, 1969-Jan. 11, 1970

"1969 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting", Whitney Museum of American Art,   New York, N.Y., Dec. 16, 1969-Feb. 1, 1970

"69th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting", Whitney Museum of American Art,   New York, N.Y., Dec. 17-Feb. 22, 1970

"American Artists of the Nineteen-Sixties", Contennial Exhibition, Boston University, School of  Fine and Applied Arts, Boston, Ma., Feb. 6-March 14, 1970

"Color", UCLA Art Galleries, University of California, Los Angeles, Ca.  Feb. 15-March 22, 1970

"Contemporary Painting and Sculpture", Wellesley College Museum, Jewett Art Center, Wellesley, Ma., March 7-April 26, 1970

"Giant Images of Today", Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, N.Y., Aug. 15-Sept. 30, 1970

"35th Annual Exhibition", Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Oh., June 28-Aug. 30, 1970

"Two Generations of Color Painting", Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 1-Nov. 6, 1970

"Selections from the Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Rowan Collection," Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, Ca., Nov. 15, 1970

"Painting and Sculpture Today", Contemporary Art Society and Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Id. 1970

"Color and Field:  1890-1970", Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, N.Y., Sept. 15-Nov. 1, 1970; 
        The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Oh., Nov. 20, 1970-Jan. 10, 1971; 
        The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Oh. Feb. 4-March 28, 1971

"The Drawing Society National Exhibition, 1970", Circulating Exhibition, 1970-1972

"Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture:  Selections from the Collection of Mr and Mrs Eugene M. Schwartz," Milwaukee Art 
        Center,   Jan. 22-Feb. 28, 1971

"The Structure of Color", Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, N.Y.  Feb. 25-April 18, 1971

"Jules Olitski", University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Mich., April 11-May 9, 1971

"The Deluxe Show", sponsored by the Menil Foundation, Houston, Tx., Aug. 15-Sept. 12, 1971
 
"The Vincent Melzac Collection", The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington,  D.C., 1971

"Whitney Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting",Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.Jan. 25-March 19, 1972

"Color Painting", Amherst College, Amherst, Ma. Feb. 4-March 3, 1972

"Abstract Painting in the '70's:  A Selection", Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Ma.  April 14-May 21, 1971

"Masters of the Sixties", Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, May 4-June 4, 1972

"Twentieth Century Prints from the Dartmouth Collection", compiled by members of the History of Prints Seminar, Department of Art, 
        Hanover, N.H.,    May 19-July 9, 1972

"Contemporary Art:  The Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Gosman, University of Michigan   Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept.
          13-Oct 15, 1972

"Whitney Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. 1973

"Olitski", Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Ma. April 6-May 13, 1973; 
        Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, N.Y., May 31-July 29, 1973; 
        Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y. Sept 7-Nov. 4, 1973

"American Drawings 1963-1973", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y.,  May 25-July 22, 1973

"Ten Years Ago...an Exhibition of Paintings from 1964", David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Fall, 1973

"The Great Decade of American Abstraction Modernist Art 1960-1970", The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Tx., Jan. 15-March 10, 1974

"Choice Dealers/Dealers' Choice", The New York Cultural Center in Association with Fairleigh Dickinson University",  New York, N.Y., 
       Jan. 22, 1974

"Jules Olitski:  Life Drawings"  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Feb. 9-March 10, 1974

"Selected Works from the Collection of Carter Burden", Marlborough Gallery, NY, N.Y.,  May 9-June 1, 1974

"The Basel Art Fair", Basel, Switzerland, June 19-24, 1974

"Painting and Sculpture Today", Indianapolis Museum of Art, May 22-July 14, 1974;  Taft Museum, Cincinnati, Oh., Sept. 12-Oct. 26, 1974, 

"Monumenta", Newport, R.I., Aug. 17-Oct. 13, 1974

"Tenth Anniversary, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art 1964-1974" The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Ct., Sept. 15-Dec. 15, 1974

"L'Art au Present", Palis Galeria (organized by Daniel Templon), Paris, France, Oct. 2, 1974

"Biennale Internationale de la Gravure", Poland, 1974

"34th Biennial of Contemporary American Painting", The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Feb. 22-April 6, 1975

"American Abstract Painting", La Bertesca, Genoa, Italy, 1975

"El Lenguaje del Color", Museo de Be-las Artes, Caracas, Venezuela,  August, 1975

"American Color:  1961-1964", Visual Arts Museum, New York, March 29-April 21, 1976

"Jules Olitski-Life Drawings"  Noah Goldowsky, New York, NY may 4-June 5, 1976 (cat.)

"Painting and Sculpture Today-1976" Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Id.,  June 9-July 18, 1976

"New Works in Clay", Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse and Onondaga County, Syracuse, N.Y.   Jan. 23-April 4, 1976; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, 
       Canada,   Spring 1978
"Aspects of Postwar Painting in America", Guggenheim Museum, New York, N.Y., Nov-Dec. 1976

"Drawings of the '70's", Society for Contemporary Art,  Art Institute of Chicago, Mar 9- May 1,1977

"Olitski New Sculpture" Museum of Fine Arts, Boston April 26-July 3, 1977

"New York the State of Art", the New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y., Oct 8-Nov. 28, 1977

"A View of A Decade", Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Ill. Sept 10-Nov 10, 1977

"Critics Choice", Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse, N.; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY. 
     Nov  1977-Jan. 1978

"ART 9/78", Basel, Switzerland, June 14-19, 1978


NATHALIE TYPE-THREE, 1976

"Fifteen Sculptors in Steel around Bennington, 1963-1978", Park-McCullough House Association, North Bennington, Vt., Aug. 12-Oct 15, 1978

"Selected 20th Century American Nudes", Harold Reed Gallery, NY, N.Y., Feb-March, 1978

"Three Hundred Years of American Art at the Chrysler Museum," Chrysler Museum at Norfolk, Virginia, March-July, 1978

"Monumental Abstractions", Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Ma. mid-April-June 29, 1979

"Art from Corporate Collection", Union Carbide Corporation Gallery, NY, N.Y., May 9-30, 1979

"Images of the Self", Hampshire College Gallery, Amherst, Ma., Feb. 19-March 14, 1979

"A Century of Ceramics in the United States, 1878-1978",  Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, N.Y. May 5-Sept. 23, 1979; 
        Renwick Gallery of the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, 
        Washington, D.C., Nov. 9, 1979-Jan. 27, 1980; 
        Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, N.Y., April 8-May 25, 1980

"M. Knoedler and Co. Presents a Selection of Work in Los Angeles at Asher/Faure",  Oct. 13-Nov. 10, 1979

"Color Abstractions:  Selections for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston", Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Display Area, Boston, Ma. Nov. 2, 1979-Jan. 31, 1980

"Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz Collection" Knoedler Gallery, NY, N.Y., Oct. 31-Nov 28, 1979

"Five in Florida" SVC/Fine Arts Gallery, University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla.  Jan. 7-Feb. 8, 1980

"Aspects of the '70's:  Painterly Abstraction", Brockton Art Museum, Brockton, Ma.,  May 4-Aug. 24, 1980

"L'Amerique aux Independants", 91e Exposition, Societe des Artistes, Grand Palais, Paris, France, March 13-April 13, 1980

"The Fifties: Aspects of Painting In New York", Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden,    Washington, D.C., May 22-Sept. 21, 1980

"In Our Time", From the Collection of the HHK Foundation for Contemporary Art; Milwaukee Art Museum, Oct. 9-Nov. 30, 1980; 
        Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Oh. Jan. 15-March 15, 1981; 
        Columbus Museum of Art, June 6-July 19, 1981; 
        Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Va., Sept. 1-Oct. 11, 1981;
        Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Nov. 15-Dec. 31, 1981; 
        High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 23-March 7, 1982; 
        University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa, April 4-May 31, 1982; 
        Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, Memphis, Tn., July 8-Sept. 5, 1982; 
        University Art Museum, University of Texas, Austin, Tx. Nov. 5-Dec. 19, 1982

"Selected 20th Century American Self Portraits", Harold Reed Gallery, New York, N.Y.,  Oct. 18-Nov. 15, 1980

"Seven Works for Major Collections", Andre Emmerich Gallery, NY, N.Y., Dec 6, 1980-Jan. 10, 1981

"Assoziationen zu Blau", Gimpel-Hanover & Andre Emmerich Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland,  Jan. 17-Feb. 28, 1981

"Depuis la Couleur, 1958/1964", Centre d'Arts Plastiques Contemporains, Bordeaus, France,  Jan. 23-March 21, 1981

"Three Decades/Oil on Canvas", North Park National Bank, Dallas, Tx. in Conjunction with   Andre Emmerich Gallery, June 27-Sept. 12, 1981

"International Florida Artist",Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Fla. Feb. 26-April 26, 1981

"An American Choice:  The Muriel Kallis Steinberg Newman Collection", Metropolitan Museum of  Art, New York, N.Y., May 21-Sept. 27, 1981
"Amerikanische Malerei: 1930-1980", (organized by Whitney Museum) Haus der Kunst, Munich, 
     Nov 14,   1981-Jan. 31, 1982

"A Private Vision: Contemporary Art From the Graham Gund Collections", Museum of Fine Arts, 
     Boston,  Ma., Feb. 7-April  4, 1982 "Drawings: New Directions", Summit Art Center, New Jersey, 
     March 7-April 8, 1982

"American Artists Abroad 1900-1950", Washburn Gallery, NY, N.Y., March 18-April 24, 1982

"Miro in America", Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Tx., April 21-June 27, 1982

"Art in Embassies Program", U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, 1982-1984

"New York, New Art:  Contemporary Paintings from New York Galleries", Delaware Art Museum, 
     March 18-April 24, 1983


OBIESANCE. 1983

"Early Works by Contemporary Masters:  Caro, Francis, Frankenthaler, Gottlieb, Held, Louis, Noland, Olitski", Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, N.Y., 
     Sept. 6-Oct. 8, 1983

"Eighteen Artists at One West Fourth Street", Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion,  New York, Nov. 23, 1983-Jan. 6, 1984

"Arte Comtemporaneo Norteamericano, Coleccion David Mirvish", American Embassy in Madrid, Spain, January, 1984

"Jules Olitski" Fondation du Chateua de Jau, Perpignan, France, June 23-Sept 15, 1984 (cat)

"Art Heritage at Hofstra", Hofstra University, Hempsted, Long Island, N.Y., Feb. 3-March 3, 1985

"Pre Postmodern", Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence U, Canton, N.Y., Mar 8-April 5, 1985

"Grand Compositions:  Selections form the Collection of David Mirvish" the Fort Worth Art Museum, Forth Worth, Tx., March 10-May 1, 1985

"Selections from the William J. Hokin Collection", Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Ill., April 20-June 16, 1985

"American Abstract Painting", Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles Ca., June 19-Aug. 24, 1985

"An American Renaissance-Painting and Sculpture Since 1940", The Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Jan. 12-March 30, 1986

"Definitive Statements", David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, R.I.,  March 1-30, 1986

"Pre' Figuration Des Collections D'Art Contemporain De La Fondation Daniel Templon Sophiea-Antipolis, Paris, France, Nov. 12-15, 1986

"After Matisse", organized by Independent Curators Incorporated, New York, Queens Museum, Flushing N.Y., March 30-May 25, 1986; 
        Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 11-Nov. 9, 1986;
        Portland Museum of Art, Portland Me., Dec. 9, 1986-Feb. 9, 1987; 
        Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Fla., March 17-May 17, 1987; 
        The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., June 19-Aug. 14, 1987;
        Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Oh., Sept. 12-Nov. 8, 1987; 
        Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Ma., Dec. 9, 1987-Feb, 7, 1988

"At the Cross Roads", Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., March 13-April 26, 1987

"Contemporary Painting"  Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Fla., March 20-April 18, 1987

"Milton Avery Distinguished Professors Exhibition" Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Avondale-on the Hudson, N.Y., Sept. 27-Nov. 8, 1987

"L'Art Au Pre'sent", Au Musee Galeria, Paris, France  Oct. 2-Nov. 10, 1988

"Twentieth-Century Painting and Sculpture, Selections for the Tenth Anniversary of the East Building", The National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.Jan. 17-1989

"The Prints of Jules Olitski, A Catalogue Raisonne, 1954-1989", Associated American Artist, New York, N.Y., Oct. 3-28, 1989 (cat)

"Jules Olitski, A Retrospective-Three Decades", The Buschlen/Mowatt Gallery, Van Couver, B.C. Canada, March 19-April 30, 1990 (cat)

"
"The Great Decade:  The 1960's, A Selection of Paintings and Sculpture", 
    Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, April 5-28, 1990

"Jules Olitski, An Important Exhibition of Paintings: 1952-1990" Organized by Salander-O'Reilly Galleries 
     and Canal Arts, opening at following galleries (not a traveling exhibit)
           Galerie Montaigne, Paris, France, Sept. 22-Oct. 16, 1990; 
           Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London, England, Oct. 18-Nov. 18, 1990; 
           Salander O'Reilly Galleries, New York, N.Y., Oct. 22-Dec. 1, 1990; 
           Galeria Afinsa/Almirante, Madrid, Spain, Nov. 14-Dec. 14, 1990; 
           Salander O'Reilly Galleries, Beverly Hills, Ca., Nov. 20-Dec. 29, 1990

"Jules Olitski at Brown University", David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown Univ,  
        Providence, R.I., Dec. 7, 1991-   Jan. 19, 1992

"Slow Art Painting In New York Now", The Inst of Contemporary Art, PS 1 
    Museum, Long Island City, NY,   Apr 26-June 21, 1992

"Archives of American Art, Mailbox Exhibit and Auction", Smithsonian Institution, 
       Washington D.C.,    Nov. 19, 1992


CHLOE DREAMED, 1990
"European and American Paintings and Sculptures 1870-1970", Australian National Gallery,  Dec, 1992

"168 Annual Exhibition", National Academy of Design, New York, N.Y., April 1-May 2, 1993

"Jules Olitski;  A Retrospective"  Thorne Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College,  Keene, N.H.  Nov. 13-Dec. 12, 1993

"Jules Olitski At the New Gallery"  The New Gallery, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. Feb 25-March 25, 1994 (cat)

"First Annual International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition", Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, Univ. of Hartford, W Hartford, Ct.
     April 28-June 15, 1994

"France-Amerique, Olivier Debre-Jules Olitski", Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Paris, June 6-July 30, 1994

"Jules Olitski-Selected Paintings: 1963-1995", C.S. Schulte Gallery, Milburn, N.J.  Nov. 10th, 1995 - Jan. 31st, 1996

"Jules Olitski- New Monotypes", Long Fine Arts, New York, Dec. 7, 1995-Jan. 27, 1996

"Jules Olitski-Three New Paintings", Andre Emmerich Gallery, NY,  Dec. 6, 1995-Jan. 6th, 1996

"Caro and Olitski: Masters of Abstraction Draw the Figure", New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, New York, Jan. 12-Feb. 24, 1996

"Jules Olitski: A Selected Retrospective"  Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, March 7-28, 1996

"Jules Olitski: Important New Works"  Drabinsky-Friedland Galleries, Toronto, April 27-May 11, 1996

"New Landscapes by Jules Olitski"  Thorne Sagendorph Museum, Keene State College, Keene, N.H.  June 7-July 24, 1996 (extended thru August)

 "Color Field- the Classic Years" Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York,  Sept. 3-Oct. 5th, 1996

"Jules Olitski Over the Years", Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, Fla. Nov 21st-  Dec 12, 1996

"The New Visions: Jules Olitski, Judy Pfaff, Al Held" Andre Emmerich Gallery, NY Dec 12-Jan 18,  1997

"Thirty Years- An Anniversary Exhibition, and Jules Olitski - New Landscapes", Gallery Camino   Real,  Boca Raton, Fla. Jan 4th-26th, 1997

"Jules Olitski Recent Pastels and Watercolors of Winnipesaukee" The Belknap Mill Society, Laconia, NH Sept 2-Oct 7, 1997

"Jules Olitski - The Landscapes" The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio,  Sept 7- Oct 19, 1997

"Large Paintings"  Riva Yares Gallery, Santa Fe, N.M.  July 1997

"The Watercolours of Jules Olitski" Drabinsky and Friedland Galleries, Toronto, Nov  1-19, 1997

"The Green Mountain Boys- Caro, Feeley, Noland and Olitski at Bennington in the 1960's" Andre Emmerich Gallery, NY Jan 8-Feb 28, 1998, 
        Suzanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington, Vt March 10-April 4, 1998
 
"The World In the Evening - Landscapes by Jules Olitski"  The Portland Museum, Portland, Me.  
       Jan  24-April 12, 1998

"Jules Olitski - New Works" C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Md.  April 2-May 3, 1998

"Jules Olitski - Landscape Paintings"  Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, R.I.  Aug 23-Sept 20, 1998

"Jules Olitski Monoprints 1994-1998" Long Fine Art, New York, Dec 3-Jan 23, 1999
          (extended thru Feb)

"Jules Olitski 1965-1975" Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London Jan 16-Feb 13, 1999

"Jules Olitski Early Abstraction/Recent Landscapes, a survey of Works from 1969-1998" 
          Marianne Friedland Gallery,  Jan 24-Feb, 1999

"Jules Olitski Survey Exhibit"  Galeria Metta, Madrid, May 1999 (cat)


IRKUTSK SUNRISE, 1998
"Jules Olitski Print Retrospective" Thorne Sagendorph Gallery, Keene State College, University Of New Hampshire, Sept, 1999

"Jules Olitski- New Paintings" Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London Oct 12-Nov 9th, 1999

"Five Decades of Jules Olitski- A Traveling Retrospective including Prints, Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture" Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, Fl 
     Dec 7, 1999-Jan 21 ,2000.  The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Oh Sept 3-Oct 22, 2000 Extended thru Jan , 2001 (cat)

"Jules Olitski New Works on Paper", Gallery V, Columbus, Oh Dec 7, 1999-Jan 8, 2000

"Jules Olitski"  Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia  in assoc. with Bernard Jacobson Gallery,  London May 3-27, 2000

"Jules Olitski"  Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne, Australia June 9-27, 2000

"Jules Olitski"  Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, R.I.  July 9-30, 2000

"Jules Olitski-New Work"  Ameringer-Howard, New York, NY Sept 14 - Oct 21, 2000

"Small Mountains; The Artist and the Book"  Perrella Gallery, Fulton Montgomery Community College, Johnstown, NY  Nov-Dec 2000

"Jules Olitski" The Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent School of Art and Design, Nottingham UK in collaboration with Bernard Jacobson Gallery and
     John Kasmin, Jan 8-Feb 3, 2001 (cat)
"Objective Color" Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Ct Feb 2nd-March 25, 2001

"Jules Olitski New Work On Paper", Ameringer/Howard Gallery Boca Raton, Fl March 8-31,2001

"Jules Olitski Recent Paintings", Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, Fl March 9-April,   2001

"Jules Olitski New Works on Paper,"  Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI June 17-July15, 2001

"Clement Greenberg, a Critic's Collection", Portland Art Museum, Portland, Or  July 14-Sept 16,  2001  (cat)

"Jules Olitski", C.W. White Gallery,  Portland, Me. Sept 5-Oct 13, 2001


Moses Path - Orange and Blue, 2001

"Jules Olitski, New Works on Paper and Intimate Paintings"  2001-2002 season, Ameringer/Howard /Yohe Fine Art, Boca Raton, Fl Oct, 2001-Spring 2002

"Living With Art~A collaboration with Ameringer/Howard/Yohe and Coach Design" Ameringer/Howard /Yohe Fine Art. New York, NY  Oct 18-Nov 24, 2001

"Olitski Works on Paper The 1960's",  Ameringer/ Howard /Yohe, NY, Nov 29, 2001-Jan 5, 2002

"Jules Olitski, Recent Works", Marianne Friedland Gallery, Naples, Fl Feb 10, 2002

"Eye on Olitski:  Selections from the Permanent Collection", Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase   College, SUNY, Purchase, NY  Dec 9, 2001-April 7, 2002

"Jules Olitski, Passages"  Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, UK March 20-April 27, 2002 (cat)

"Jules Olitski"  Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia  in assoc. with Bernard Jacobson Gallery, 
           London March 20- April 27, 2002

"Jules Olitski, Watercolors and Pastels" Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Or May 2-June 1, 2002

"Jules Olitski", Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI, July 28-Aug 18, 2002

"With Love and Disregard- New Paintings by Jules Olitski, an 80th Birthday Celebration " 
   Ameringer Yohe Fine Art,  New  York, NY Oct 17- Nov 16th, 2002 
    exibition continued at Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, Boca Raton, Fl. Feb 13-Mar 8, 2003
     (catalogue 46 pages reproducing all from 2002:
      With Love and Disregard: 
       Pleasure, Rapture, Splendor, Silence, Radiance, Light and Darkness, 
       Susy and The Elders, Enchanted at Dawn, Play of Daniel, 
       From Ariodante, Dance of David, Belshazzar's Feast.
       Daughters of the Sea, Rapture of Angels, Chance Enhanced, Rapture Blessing. 

"Jules Olitski", Gallery V, Columbus, Oh Oct 18-Nov 16, 2002


With Love and Disregard: Chance Enhanced 2002

"Galerie Huit, American Artists in Paris 1950-52",  Studio 18 Gallery, New York, NY Nov 2-Dec 
          28,  2002, (catalouge 32 pgs) group photo Jules unidentified p 7 photo of Jules, 1951 p 8 , photo 
         and repros Still Life With Fish, 1951, Voyages Four, 2001 p 21

"American Master:  Important Paintings and Works on Paper", Marianne Friedland Gallery,
       Naples, Fla. Jan 19- 2003

“With Love and Disregard- New Paintings by Jules Olitski, and 80th Birthday Celebration Continues"  (see Oct 17, 2002)
        Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, Boca Raton, Fl, Feb 13-Mar 8, 2003

“Jules Olitski, Spray Paintings of the 1960’s” Ameringer Yohe Fine Art,  New  York, NY 
        May 29- Aug 1, 2003

“Jules Olitski A Ten-Year Retrospective 1993-2003” Thorne Sagendorph Gallery Keene NH Sept 2- Oct 12, 2003 (catalogue with Voyages 115 reproductions)

“Voyages:  Recent Paintings by Jules Olitski”  The McIninch Art Gallery, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH  Sept 20-Oct 23, 2003 (catalogue with           Thorne above 115 reproductions)

“Jules Olitski- Half a Life’s Work”  Mizel Art Center Dnever, Co April 4th - May, 2004

"Color Field Revisited: Paintings from the Albright Knox Gallery, Haggerty Museum, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wi July 8- Sept 12, 2004

“Jules Olitski Six Decades” Curated by Karen Wilkin  The Goldman Warehouse, Miami, Fl Feb18- April     2005

“Jules Olitski”  Gallery Camino Real Boca Raton, Fl  March 10th, - April, 2005

"Jules Olitski New Monoprints"  Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI Aug 28-Sept 2005

"Jules Olitski Matter Embraced"  Knoedler & Company, New York, NY Sept 14 - Nov 2005

"Jules Olitski The Seventies Painting and Sculpture" Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY March 30- April 28, 2006

"Jules Olitski Works on Paper" The Luther W. Brady Gallery, George Washington Univ. Washington DC May 10 - July 14th, 2006

"Jules Olitski at 85, Work from the 1980s" Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fl March 1st-31st, 2007

"Jules Olitski The Late Paintings A Celebration"  Knoedler & Company, New York, NY Nov 8, 2007 - Jan 5th 2008

"Color as Field:  American Painting, 1950 - 1975" Nov 9 2007- Feb 3, 2008, Denver Art Museum, Feb 29-May 26, 2008 Smithsonian American Art Museum,                    Washington, DC, Jun 20-Sept 21, 2008 Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, TN

"Action/Abstraction: Pollock, de Kooning and American Art 1940 - 1976" May 4 - September 21, 2008 The Jewish Museum New York, NY
                    October 19, 2008 - January 11, 2009, Saint Louis Art Museum,
                   
February 13 - May 31st extended to June 10th, 2009 Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo,

"Jules Olitski An Inside View, A Survery of Prints 1954-2007" 
                   August 9-November 16, 2008 Brattleboro Museum,  Brattleboro, VT                   
                                           
                   January 11-March 29, 2009 Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC
                   May 14-July 3rd, 2009 Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington, DC
                   January 4th - February 28th, 2010, Brandy Wine Workshop, Printed Image Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
                   March 21st- May 16th, 2010, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
                   September 7th-October 31st, 2010, Opalka Gallery, The Sage Colleges of Albany, Albany, NY                                        November 13th, 2010-January 16th, 2011, The Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY 
                   March 14-April 17, 2011 Daura Gallery, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA

"Jules Olitski - Embracing Circles 1959-1964" presented by FreedmanArt in collaboration with Hackett Mill                            San Francisco, Ca  July 9 - Oct 1, 2010 and May 12 - Sept 2011 at FreedmanArt, New York, NY

"Revelations:  Major by Jules Olitski" organized by the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
                    curated by EA Carmean, Karen Wilkin and Alison de Lima Greene. 
                     May 20-August 28, 2011 Kemper Museum Kansas City, MO.
                     February 12-May 8, 2012    Museum of Art, Houston, Texas      
                     May 31-August 26, 2012 The Toledo Museum of art Toledo, Ohio
                     September 15-Dec 16, 2012 American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington DC
                     January - July 2013 Naples Philormonic Museum Naples Fl

Anthony Caro and Jules Olitski Masters of Abstraction Draw the Figure FreedmanArt New York, NY October 11,     2012—February 9, 2013

"Jules Olitski on An Intimate Scale" Luther W. Brady Gallery, The George Washington University Washington DC
                     Sept 21 - Dec 14, 2012
                     March - May 2013 Reading Museum Reading, PA
                     Oct 24 - Jan 2014 FreedmanArt New York, NY extended thru Feb 28, 2014

"Jules Olitski Colorness" Oct 18 - Dec 20 2013 Hackett Mill Gallery San Francisco, Ca extended thru Jan 31, 2014

"Jules Olitski in the 21st Century" Oct 18 - Dec 22nd 2013 Adelson Galleries, Boston, MA

"Jules Olitski - Mitt Paintings" March 6 - April 12, 2014 Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY
Fanny D
  Fanny D, 1960

 
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Kudielka, Robert.  "Documenta 4:  A Critical Review", Studio International, vol. 176, Sept., 1968,   p. 78

Harrison, Charles.  "London Commentaries:  Jules Olitski at the Kasmin Gallery",  Studio  International, vol. 176, Sept., 1968, pp. 86-87

Gouk, Alan.  "Apropos of Some Recent Exhibitions in London", Studio International, vol. 176,  Oct. 1968, pp. 125-126

Perreault, John.  "Art:  Jules Olitski", The Village Voice, Nov. 21, 1968, p. 19

Glueck, Grace.  "Alone at last with a Trend", The New York Times, Dec. 1, 1968, p. 41

Nemser, Cindy.  "In the Galleries:  Jules Olitski", Arts Magazine, vol. 43, Dec. 1968-Jan. 1969, p. 63

Sweeney, James J.  Introduction to "Signals in the '60's", Catalogue, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, 1968

Ashton, Dore.  "Esempi Recenti di pittura non oggittiva negrli Sati Uniti", L'Arte Moderna, vol. 13  pp. 94, 114, 1969

Buck, Robert T. Jr. Intro to "The Development of Modernist Painting:  Jackson Pollock to the Present", Catalogue, St. Louis, Mo. Steinberg Gallery of Art,
              Washington U, 1969

Delahoyd, Mary.  "Some Observations on Concept", In Concept, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Vassar College Art Gallery, 1969

Greenwood, Michael.  Introduction to "American Art of the Sixties in Toronto:  Private Collection", Catalogue, York Univ., Toronto,  1969

Sheon, Aaron.  Introduction to "The Gosman Collection", Catalogue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Department of Fine Arts, 1969

Solomon, Alan.  "Some Observations about New York Painting", Painting in New York:  1944-1979, Pasadena Art Museum, 1969

Kurtz, Stephen A.  "Reviews and Previews:  Jules Olitski", Art News, vol. 68, Jan., 1969, p. 25

Moffett, Kenworth. "The Sculpture of Jules Olitski", The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, vol. 27, no. 8, April, 1969, pp. 366-371 (revised and reprinted in
            Artforum, vol. 7,  April, 1969,  pp. 55-59

Kramer, Hilton.  "Sculpture:  The Debut of Jules Olitski",  New York Times, April 12, 1969, p. 31

Olitski, Jules.  "On Sculpture", The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, vol. 1, May, 1969. np

Mellow, James R.  "New York Letter", Art International, vol. 13, Summer, 1969, p. 51

Platt, Susan. "Notes on the Albert Pilavin Collection: Twentieth Century American Art", Bulletin of the Rhode Island School of Design, Summer, 1969, pp. 37-39

Schjeldahl, Peter.  "New York Letter", Art International, vol. 13, Summer, 1969, p. 64

Ashton, Dore.  "New York Commentary", Studio International, vol. 178 July-August, 1969, p. 28

Shirey, David L.  "New York Painting and Sculpture 1940--1970", Arts Magazine, vol. 44,  September-October, 1969, p. 35

Chisolm, Shirley.  "Jules Olitski", in Current Biography, vol. 30, no. 9, October, 1969, pp. 31-34

Cambell, Lawrence.  "Reviews and Previews", Art News, vol. 68, December, 1969, p. 69

Canaday, John.  "Pleased here, Puzzled There", New York Times, Dec. 25, 1969, p. 25

Feldman, Anita.  "In the Galleries, Arts Magazine, vol. 44, Dec, 1969-Jan., 1970, p. 68

Bailess, Lynn and Donnell, Carol.  "Jules Olitski", In Color, Los Angeles:  U.C.L.A. Art Council,  1970, pp. 36-40

Colt, Priscilla.  Introduction to "Color And Field:  1890-1970", Catalogue, Buffalo, Albright-Knox  Art Gallery, 1970

Geldzahler, Henry.  Introduction to "New York Painting and Sculpture:  1940-1970, Catalogue,  New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1970

Prokopoff, Stephen S. Introduction to "Two Generations of Color Painting", Catalogue,  Philadelphia, Pa. Institute of Contemporary Art, University of 
     Pennsylvania, 1970

Warrum, Richard L.  Introduction to "Painting and Sculpture Today", Catalogue, Indianapolis, Contemporary Art Society and Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1970 

Wellesley College Museum.  "Jules Olitski", In "Contemporary Painting and Sculpture",  Wellesley, Jewett Art Center, 1970

Rose, Barbara.  "The Spiritual in Art", Vogue Magazine, vol. 155, Jan., 1, 1970, p. 76

Colt, Priscilla.  "Some Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Painting", The Dayton Art Institute   Bulletin, vol. 28, March, 1970, p. 11

Hilton, Timothy.  "Commentary", Studio International, vol. 180, Sept., 1970, p. 100

Gouk, Alan.  "An Essay on Painting", Studio International, vol. 181, Oct., 1970, pp. 145-148

Fenton, Terry.  "In The Galleries-Toronto:  The David Mirvish Opening Show", Arts Canada,  vol. 27, Dec., 1970, pp. 57-58

Tucker, Marcia.  Essay in the "Structure of Color", Catalogue, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1971

Greenwood, Michael.  "Jules Olitski's Sculpture", Arts Canada, vol. 28, Feb-March, 1971, p. 62

"Ces Douze peintres ont un point Commun", Connaissance des Arts, vol. 229, March, 1971, p. 132

Gruen, John.  "While There's Life...", New York Magazine, March 29, 1971, p. 59

Ratcliff, Carter.  "Review and Previews", Art News, vol. 70, April, 1971, p. 20

Baker, Kenneth.  "New York:  Jules Olitski at Rubin Gallery, New York", Artforum, vol. 9,  May, 1971, p. 74

Prokopoff., Stephen S.  "Color Painting in America", Art and Artist, vol. 6, July, 1971, p. 22

Siegel, Jeanne.  "Reviews and Previews:  Jules Olitski", Art News, vol. 70, Sept., 1971 p. 17

Moffett, Kenworth.  Introduction to "Abstract Painting in the Seventies:  A Selection",  Catalogue,  Boston, Ma. Museum of Fine Arts, 1972

Wilkin, Karen.  Introduction to "Masters of the Sixties", Catalogue, Edmonton, Alberta, Edmonton Art Gallery, 1972

Matthais, Rosemary.  "In the Galleries:  Jules Olitski at Rubin", Arts Magazine, vol. 71, Summer,  1972 p. 56

Seigel, Jeanne.  "Reviews and Previews:  Jules Olitski", Art News, vol. 71, Summer, 1972, p. 56

Bannard, Walter Darby.  "Quality, Style and Olitski", Artforum, vol. 11,  Oct., 1972, pp. 64-67

Zemans, Joyce.  "Olitski:  The David Mirvish Gallery", Arts Canada, vol. 29, Oct-Nov., 1972, p. 67

Carpenter, Kenneth.  "On Order in the Paintings of Jules Olitski", Art International, vol. 16, Dec., 1972, pp. 26-30

Moffett, Kenworth.  "Jules Olitski and The State of the Easel Picture", Arts Magazine, vol. 47,  March, 1973, p. 38

Siegel, Jeanne.  "Olitski's Retrospective:  Infinite Variety", Art News, Summer, 1973, p. 61

Masheck, Joseph.  "The Jules Olitski Retrospective", Artforum, Sept., 1973, pp. 58-60

Carpenter, Kenneth.  "Footsteps of a Master:  The Jules Olitski Retrospective",  Studio International, Sept. , 1973, pp. 77-79

Kramer, Hilton.  "Jules Olitski:  A Sectarian Scenario", New York Sunday Times, Sept., 16, 1973

Hess, Thomas.  "Olitski Without Flattery", New York Magazine, Oct. 11, 1973

Geelhaar, Christian.  "Jules Olitski", Kunstforum International, Oct-Nov., 1974, pp. 113-121

Ellenzweig, Allen.  "Jules Olitski", Arts Magazine, June, 1975, p. 10

Hudson, Andrew.  "Jules Olitski:  Life Drawings", Art International, vol. XIX/7 Sept. 15, 1975,  pp. 39-49

Carmean, E.A., "Olitski, Cubism and Transparency", Arts Magazine, Nov., 1975, p. 53

Micha, Rene.  "Dzubas, Olitski, Poons", Art International, vol. XXL/2, Mar-April, 1977, pp. 45-47

Frackman, Noel.  "Jules Olitski", Review, Arts Magazine, June, 1977, p. 29

Glueck, Grace.  "The 20th Century Artists Most Admired by Other Artist"Art News, Nov., 1977,  p. 78

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  The Museum Year:  1977-1978, p. 25

Olitski, Jules.  "First Chapter (A Short Story)", Partisan Review/2, vol. XLV, no. 2, 1978, pp. 232-247

Pischel, Gina. "A World History of Art, Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, and Decorative Arts", Second Revised Edition, p. 720. Newsweek Books,
     New York, 1978

Perreault, John.  Selected 20th Century American Nudes, Catalogue for the Exhibitions,  Harold Reed Gallery, New York, Feb-March, 1978

Sandler, Irving.  The New York School:  Painters and Sculptors of the Fifties, New York,  Harper & Row, 1978

Marshall, Neil.  “The Paintings of Jules Olitski”, essay for the catalouge Jules Olitski New Paintings, Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, Mar 18-Apr 5, 
             1978 pp 4-15

Raynor, Vivien, "Art:  Jules Olitski as Post-Raphaelite", New York Times, March 31, 1978

Ashbery, John.  "Cheering Up Our Knowing", New York Magazine, April 10, 1978, pp. 69-71

Taylor, Robert.  Review, The Boston Sunday Globe, April 16, 1978

McEwen, John.  Spectator, April 22, 1978 (England)

Maloon, Terence.  Time Out, April 28, 1978 (England)

Frackman, Noel,.  Review, Arts Magazine, June, 1978, p. 36

Schjeldahl, Peter.  Artforum, Review, Summer, 1978, p. 69

Schwartz, Ellen, Review, Art News, Summer, 1978, p. 198

Moffett, Kenworth.  "Olitski:  New Sculpture", Art International, vol. XXII/3, 1978, pp. 8-21

Welish, Marjorie.  Art in America, vol. 66 no. 5, Sept-Oct, 1978 pp. 119-120

Carpenter, Kenneth.  "New Works in Clay at the Edmonton Art Gallery", Artmagazine,  Nov-Dec., 1978, pp. 40-43

Baigell, Matthew.  "Dictionary of American Art," New York:  Harper & Row, 1979, pp. 259-260

Clark, Garth, and Hughto, Margie. "A Century of Ceramics in the United States, 1878- 1978",  New York:  E.P. Dutton in assoc with Everson Museum of Art, 
     Syracuse, N.Y., 1979

Moffett, Kenworth. Introduction to Color Abstractions:  Selections from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, (exhibition catalogue) Federal Reserve Bank of 
     Boston Display Area, Boston,  Ma., 1979

Sandler, Irving.  Companion Essay to catalogue, Images of the Self, Hampshire College Gallery, Amherst, Ma., 1979

Yard, Sally.  Introduction to Images of the Self, (catalogue), Hampshire College Gallery,  Amherst, Ma., 1979

Tallmer, Jerry.  "A Blindfold Lifted to Light", New York Post, April 28, 1979, p. 16

Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton Art Gallery Bulletin, Alberta, Canada, May-June, 1979, Cover, p. 1

Five in Florida:  Recent Work by Anuskiewicz, Chamberlain, Olitski, Rauschenberg and Rosenquist, (exhibition catalogue) SVC/Arts Gallery, University of
     Florida, Tampa.  1980

Friedman, Hoffman.  Aspects of the 70's:  Painterly Abstraction, Brockton Art Museum, Brockton, Ma., 1980 pp. 2, 5, 6

L'Amerique aux Independants, Societe des Artistes, Grand Palais, Paris, 1980, pp. 37, 57, 92

Perreault, John.  (Essay) Selected 20th Century American Self Portraits, Harold Reed Gallery,   New York, 1980

Rosenzweig, Phyllis.  The Fifties:  Aspects of Paining in New York, Hirshhorn Museum and   Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., 1980, p. 106

Rodriquez, Joanne Milani.  " 'Five in Florida' Displays Distinct Art Personalities",  Tampa Tribune-Times, Jan. 6, 1980

Muehlenbachs, Lelde.  "Jules Olitski at the Edmonton Art Gallery", Artmagazine, 4,  Feb-March, 1980, pp. 51-52

Tatransky, Valentin.  Review, Knoedler Gallery.  Arts Magazine, May, 1980, p. 34

Twogood, William Storey. "Jules Olitski:  A View From the Ground", Arts West, May-June, 1980,  p. 14

Pleynet, Marcelin.  "Jules Olitski:  The Challenge of Abstraction", Connaissance des Arts, U.S.   Edition, Oct., 1980, pp. 66-71

Smith, Roberta.  "Report From Washington:  The '50s Revisited, Not Revised", Art in America,   Nov., 1980, pp. 47-51

Fourcade, Dominique. (essay), Frankenthaler/Louis/Noland/Olitski:Depuis La Couleur,1958-1964, Bordeaux, France:
     Centre d'Arts Plastiques Contemporains, 1981

Moffett, Kenworth. Jules Olitski, New York:  Harry N. Abrams, 1981, monograph, 242 pages

Selz, Peter. Art in Our Times:  A Pictorial History 1890-1980, N Y,:  Harry N. Abrams, 1981, p. 457

Johnson, Ellen H. (editor) American Artists on Art from 1940-1980, New York:  Harper & Row,  Publishers, 1982, page 50

Halasz, Piri. "Jules Olitski:  The Golden Mean", Arts Magazine, 5/84 

Gruen, John.  "Artist's Dialogue: Jules Olitski, The Power of Play", Architectural Digest, October 1986, pp. 58, 62, 66.

Olitski, Jules.  (essay) The Courage of Conviction, edited by Phillip L. Berman, The Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief, Dodd, Mead & Co., 
     New York, 1985, pp. 144-152

Gibson, Eric.  "Gold", The New Criterion, April 6, 1986

Rand, Harry.  "Jules Olitski's Dream Maker", Arts Magazine, March, 1987, Vol. 61, No. 7,  pp. 30-31

Tillim, Sidney.  "Jules Olitski's Dream Maker", Art in America, April, 1987, Vol. 75 No. 4,  pp. 214-216

Enders, Alexandra.  "Jules Olitski", Art & Antiques, vol. VI, No. III, March 1989, p. 35

Olitski, Jules. (essay) The Courage to Grow Old, edited by Phillip L. Berman, The Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief, Balentine Books, New York, 
     Oct. 1989, pp. 15-19

Wilkin, Karen "The Prints of Jules Olitski", essay for exhibition catalogue raisonne 1954-1989 Associated American Artists, New York, NY
        traveling exhibit Oct, 1989-April 1991 pp 9-15

Perl, Jed.  "The Legend Business", The New Criterion, Jan., 1990, vol. 8, No. 5, pp. 57-62

Denson, G. Roger.  "Jules Olitski, The Relevance of The Last Modernist " Flash Art, Jan. 1990 pg 120 (repro Wand & Exact Origins)

Arts Magazine, Jan 1990 (review section reviewer unknown) repro Wand pg 95

Kazanjian, Dodie.  "On Target", Vogue Magazine, February, 1990 pp. 320, 323-328, 352-353

Jimemez, Javier Lopez.  "Jules Olitski en Espana, El Fluir Abstracto De Los Clasicos" Galeria Antiquaria, vol. Viii, 1990 no. 78 pp.66-69

Pepich, Bruce W.  "Jules Olitski", Art Gallery International, April, 1990 pp. 14-18 (repro Jordan Wall-4, Prodigal Sin-3, 6th Hope, Kisthene's Plains-5, 
     Wing Lift, Beauty of Lauren photo of artist by Dan Forer, Photo of artist by Helen Miljakovitch)

Vincent, Isabel.  "Huge Star of David Dedicated to 'Life", Toronto Globe and Mail, April, 23rd, 1990 

Hilton, Tim. "Laying it on Thick", The Guardian, Oct. 31, 1990

Gruen, John. "Artist's Dialogue:  Jules Olitski, Abstract Pursuits in New Hampshire", Architectural Digest, June, 1991, vol. 48 no. 6 pp. 56, 60,64

Kohen, Helen L. "Stars in Florida Shine on Transplanted Artists", The Miami Herald, Feb. 23rd, 1992

Rose, Barbara.  "Paradise Regained: Jules Olitski's New Paintings"  essay for exhibition catalogue Jules Olitski Recent Paintings Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, Inc in
    Assosiation with  Canal Arts Corp New York, NY April 7-May 1 1993 pp5-11

Bannard, Darby.  "Jules Olitski at the New Gallery", essay for exhibition catalogue Jules Olitski New Paintings, The New Gallery Univ of Miami, Miami, Fl
    Feb 25-March 25, 1994 p. 2-5

Danto, Arthur C. "Art After the End of Art", Art Forum International, April, 1993

Kimmelman, Michael.  "Three 60's Art Stars Rise and Shine Again", New York Times, May 5th, 1994 pp. C15, C17

Wilkin, Karen.  "Color Painting of the 1960's"  Architectural Digest, Aug., 1994 pp. 76-80, 140

McClintock, Jack.  "Finger Painter-Is Jules Olitski America's Greatest Living Artist",  The Magazine of South Florida, Aug. 14th, 1994, Sunday Magazine p. 1

Kotz, Mary Lynn. "Hillary, Jules & 'Julius'", Art News, Oct. 1994, p.27

Smith, Roberta.  "Jules Olitski, True to His School", New York Times, Oct. 21, 1994, p. C29

Karmel, Pepe.  "Jules Olitski" The New York Times, Dec. 29, 1995 p. C28

Karmel, Pepe.  "Painterly Drawings Meet Sculptural Drawings, but Which Are Which?"   The New York Times, Feb. 2, 1996 p. C17 (repro of Martita)

Diehl, Carol.  "Jules Olitski, Andre Emmerich, Long Fine Art" ARTnews, March, 1996, p. 112

Fuld, Alice.  "Sunrises, Sunsets- Olitski Returns to the Thorne"  The Keene Sentinel, June 6, 1996 pp. 17, 22 
     (repro of Bear Island Night and Eden Mist and Sethos Four)

Olitski, Jules.  "Drawing:  Notes From A Student", Drawing, The International Review, pub by The Drawing Society vol. XVIII, No. 1 Summer 1996 pp 16-18
       (repro Head of a Slave 1936, Reflecting, 1996 Self Portrait, 1995)

Kazanjian, Dodie.  "Olitski's Surprise", The New Yorker, July 29th, 1996, p. 72  (repro of Pink Dawn)

Harrison, Eric. "Art by Leaps and Bounds" Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Nov. 3, 1996 pp 1-2E (repro  Divine Wiggle, Inside Out Again)

Harbour, Alison B. "Russian-born Featured Artist Found Life's Work in Free Class"  The Sentinel- Record, Hot Springs National Park, Ark Nov. 7, 1996 pp1-2

Goldberg, Barbara, Editor  The First Yes pub. by Dryad Press, Tacoma Md. 1997  Cover Art (repro of Pink Dawn)

Dellolio, Peter.  "Jules Olitski: New Monotypes",  NY Arts Magazine,  Issue 10/May'97 p.18 (repro of Sea At Ursula III)

Glueck, Grace.  "172nd Annual Exhibition"  New York Times, June 13, 1997 p. B20

Hodecker, Stephen.  "A Conversation With Jules Olitski", New Hampshire Images, Summer, 1997,  pp 6-11 
     (repro on Cover of Sea Legend, repro About the Legend, Before Sunrise,  Touching a Bison,  Voyage to Ischia, Lake Shimmy Shimmy)

Dagostino, Mark.  "An Adjustment in Focus", Boston Sunday Globe,  Aug 17, 1997 p. NH 1, NH 6,  (repro 1 photo of the artist and 2  in studio)

Craven, Robert.  "Jules Olitski, The Artist Reinvents Himself", Art New England,  Aug/Sept. 1997  pp 28, 29. 
     (repro of Arcadian Sea, Luminous Dawn (mis titled Sisters Island),   Ancient Sea and photo of the artist)

Mauck, Erik P. "Mill Exhibit Focuses on Landscape Artist's 'New Period'" The Citizen, Laconia, NH Sept. 8, 1997 pg. 4
      (repro Jules signing poster with Dr. Vazifder)

Hamm, Christine. "Closed Eyes Reveal Exquisite Vision, Acclaimed artist calls Lake Region home" Concord Monitor, Sept. 18,1998 Arts & Entertainment 
     pp D1, D5    (repro Secluded Inlet, Out of The Valley)

Caldwell-Hopper, Kathi, "World Renowned Artist Paints at his Winnipesaukee Home", The Laker,  Wolfeboro Falls, NH) Sept 22, 1997 Vol 14 #19, pp 4-5 
     (photo of the artist)

Markham, Pamela.  "Jules Olitski Landscapes", Art New England, Oct/Nov, 1997 p 63

Litt, Steven. "New Olitskis Pastel and Pretty", The Plain Dealer, Youngstown, Oh.  Sunday Oct  5th, 1997 p. 3. (repro Phantom Shore, Island Dawn)

Krienke, Mary & Fusselman, Amy. "Edelman's Back on Corporate and Collecting? Track" ARTnewsletter, Jan 27, 1998 Vol XXIII, no.11, pp 4-5 
     (Olitski mentioned)

Glueck, Grace.  "During a 60's Interlude, Color Was the Content", The New York Times, Jan 30, 1998 pg B37. (repro "Demikovsky Green")

Greenleaf, Ken.  "There's A Different Jules Olitski On the Art Landscape",  Maine Sunday  Telegram , Feb. 1, 1998 pg 3e, Audience ( repro Claude's Tree)

Schjeldahl, Peter.  "Greenberg Again - 'The Green Mountain Boys'", The Village Voice, Feb. 3, 1998

Solomon, Alan. reprint from Vogue, Aug. 1966 "The Green Mountain Boys Revisited" Bennington Alumni Magazine Spring 1998 Vol 30 no. 1 pp 24-28 
        (repro Jules in studio with Yaksi  Juice (printed backwards)

Nikolopoulos, Daphne "An Eclectic Collection"  Florida Design  March 5, 1998, Vol 7 No 4, pg 192   Anne Ruben, Interior Design (repro Lauren Legend)

Marshall, Barbara "High Drama On The Bay", Florida Design  March 5, 1998, Vol 7 No 4 , pg 206  Daniel Cuevas Interior Design, (repro Fourth Heaven)

Harrington, Dianne Benson "Modern Meets Modern In Miami"  Florida Design March 5, 1998, Vol 7  No 4 , pg 223   Robert Noakes Interior Design, 
     (repro of unidentified spray)

Gopnik, Adam.  "The Power Critic , Clement Greenberg... ruled with his pen-and his fists" The   New Yorker, March 16, 1998 pp 70-78 
     (repro pg 73 of stain ptg in Greenberg apt)

Rimanelli, David.  "'The Green Mountain Boys' Andre Emmerich"  Art Forum International April,   1998 pg 111 (repro Goldilocks)

Halasz, Piri.  "Green Mountain Boys, Anthony Caro, Paul Feeley, Kenneth Noland, Jules    Olitski",  NY Arts Magazine  #20,  April, 1998 pg 15

Dorsey, John.  "Reading Between The Lines"  The Sun, Baltimore, April 6, 1998 Today Section pg   5D (repro Everglade Solstice)

Dennis, Gary.  "Day of Flourishes At KSC"  The Keene Sentinel,  May 18 1998 , Pg 1

Collings, Matthew.  It Hurts -New York Art from Warhol to Now  229 pp.  published by 21, London  1998, reprint 1999 (repro of artist with Greenberg p. 96)
      "Jules Olitski pp 102-107 (repro  Green,  1962 p 102,  Rapture Veil, 1993 p 104, Irkutsk Passage, 1997 p 106)

Kent, Sarah.  "Jules Olitsky - Bernard Jacobson"  Time Out Jan 27-Feb 3, 1999 p. 46 (repro Free Flavour)

 "Artists' Portraits-A Gallery Of The Century 's Brightest Talents" Architectural Digest, April,   1999 p. 124 (repro of artist)

Deia.  "Olitski, Uno De Los Grandes Maestros de la Abstraccion" Expone en Madrid

Serraller, Francisco Calvo. "La Abstraccion Pospictorica De Olitski",  EL  PAIS , May 1, 1999 pg. 18 (repro  Orange Flash, 1995)

Cereceda, Miguel.  "Jules Olitski:  Pintura Para El Tacto"  ABC Culture , May 8, 1999 pg 41 (repro   The Kristina Mystery, 1988)

Barnatan, Marcos-Ricardo.  "Olinsky y el Lenguaje del Color" (sp).  El Mundo, May 8, 1999 pg     (repro The Kristina Mystery w/ viewer)

Noja, Ris.  "Jules Olitski Pintura Sin Voluntad",  Antiquaria, May 12, 1999 pg. 59 (repro Tuan   Pleasure-One 1977 and The Kristina Mystery, 1988)

"Jules Olitski Texturas"  El Punto De Las Antes, May 27, 1999 (repro Tuan Pleasures-One 1977)

Hamm, Christine. "Lake Views- Olitski Opens at McGowan",  Concord Monitor, Cover Arts & Entertainment section D  Aug. 12, 1999
     (repro. Reflected Island, 1998 and photo of artist)

Carbone, Ray.  "Painting to Abstraction"  Foster's Sunday Citizen, Aug 29th, 1999 Cover Arts &  Leisure section D, pg 5d. 
      (repro. Swoop, Egyptian Shimmy, Temptation Temple, photo of Bear Island House 2 photos of artist)

Fuld, Alice.  "Olitski Show s Off His Energy, Passion" The Keene Sentinel,  Sept. 16th, 1999 Cover Arts and Entertainment and pg 27
    (repro. Danae Waiting, Rogues Bay)

Collings,  Matthew.  “Jules Olitski interviewed-What’s it like to be forgotten?” The Art Newspaper, International Edition, Vol. x no 97 Nov, 1999 pg. 40 
     (repro Violet Passage)

Birtolo, Janina.  "An Artful Season"  Gulfshore Life, Nov 1999 pp 48-55 (repro Code of Shem, 1990   First Divine Wiggle, 1999. pg. 51)

Dorr, Suzy.  "Enchanting Images, Phil Updates" "N" The Magazine Of Naples  Dec. 1999 pp 32-33 
     (repro Source Pattern Play, 1989 pg 32, Abraham and Isaac, 1964 pg 33)

Hall, Jacqueline. "Abstractions To a Point", The Columbus Dispatch Dec, 19, 1999 
     (repro Mangrove Grass, Surf and Rocks, Swim at Dawn, Abandoned Dreams) pg 10H

Lilliefors, James.  "Five Decades of Jules Olitski",  The Phil, Naples, Fl. Dec, 1999 pp 15-20 
     (repro  Code of Shem, 1990, Pink Ho, 1965, Metal Plopper, 1991, Venetian Paradise, 1994)

Collings, Matthew.  This Is Modern Art  , 271 pp. published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London  1999,  "Jules Olitski pp 115-117
     (repro High A Yellow , 1967 p. 116, Envisioned Sail, 1998 p. 117)

Olitski, Jules, and Wetherell, W.D.  Small Mountains, An Endeavour Book of Terra Nova  Productions, Hanover, NH , 2000.  104 pgs. limited Ed.
     16 Tipped in reproductions :  Looking Towards Mount Moosilauke, Mount Moosilauke View,  Looking Towards Mount Cardigan , Mount Cardigan View, 
     Looking Towards Ragged Mountain, Ragged Mountain View,  Looking Towards Black Mountain, Black Mountain View, Looking Towards Smart 
     Mountain, , Smart Mountain View, Looking Towards Bear Mountain, Bear Mountain View, Looking Towards Monument Mountain, Monument Mountain 
     View,  Small Mountains, Small Mountains Beauty,

Smee, Sebastian.  "Seduced by smears"  Sydney Morning Herald, May 13, 2000 (repro Endless, 1999)

Genocchio, Benjamin.  "Future hero... Reminder of Past" The Australian, May 22, 2000 Pg 16 (repro       Endless, 1999)

Wetherell, W.D. & Olitski, Jules.  "Excerpts from Small Mountains" Connecticut Magazine , July,  2000 vol 63, no. 7, pg 128, 
      (repro  Looking Towards Ragged Mountain)

Barlow, Rich.  "In Every Way A Beautiful Book" a review of Small Mountains. Valley News , Laconia, NH pg E1 July 16, 2000 
     (repro Mount Moosilauke View, 1999,  Mount Cardigan   View, 1999)

Olitski, Jules.  "My First New York Show"  Modern Painters, London Autumn, 2000 pg 58-62 (repro   Demikov-One, 1957, Demikov- Two, 1957, 
     Whore of Babylon, 1958, Moliere's Chair-Three, 1959,   Late Madness of Wentworth, 1958,  Deep Socket, 1999, Rude Passage, 2000, 
     Charge of Angels,   2000)    (My First New York Show was first published in 1989 in Partisan Review)

Marshall, Neil.  "Jules Olitski, The Recent Paintings", Neilmarshall.com Journal, Sept 19, 2000

Halasz, Piri.  "A Senior and a Junior"  New York Art Ints. ed. vol 5 #10 Oct 2000,  pg 13 (repro  Celebrations: Yellow and Blue, 2000)

Smith, Roberta.  "Art in Review, Jules Olitski, Ameringer Howard Gallery"  The New York Times,  Oct 13, 1000  Section B pg 42

Marshall, Neil.  "Responding to Olitski",  gallery@Neil Marshall.com  Journal Entries,  Oct 13,   2000 

Halasz, Piri.  " Retro and Pioneer",  (An Appropriate Distance) From The Mayor's Doorstep,   No. 28, Oct. 15, 2000 pp 10-12 

Brennan, Michael.  "Jules Olitski At Ameringer Howard"  artnet.com Oct, 18, 2000

Kuspit, Donald.  "Jules Olitski, Ameringer/Howard Fine Art"  Artforum Dec, 2000  vol XXXIX no.   4, pg 146-147    (repro Origins: Arezzo, 2000)

Wetherell, W.D. & Olitski, Jules.  "Excerpts from Small Mountains" Yankee Magazine . Dec, 2000,  pp 68-73, 115 (repro  Looking Towards Mount Cardigan, 
    Looking Towards  Black  Mountain, Looking Towards Mount Moosilaukee)

Rosenblum, Robert.  "Best of 2000" Artforum Dec, 2000 vol XXXIX  no. 4 , pg 124  (repro Celebrations:   Orange)

White, Kit.  "Jules Olitski Ameringer/Howard"  Artnews Jan, 2001 pg  (repro  Celebrations:   Orange, 2000)

Vincent, Stephen.  "The Flat Pack", Art & Auction  Jan,  2001, vol  XXIII no 1.  pp 90-97 (repro of   artist pg 90, repro Tin Lizzie Green as horizontal pg 94)

Temin, Chritine.  "True Colors On Display at MFA", The Boston Globe, Jan 12, 2001 Section D pp 1,   12-13 (repro Tin Lizzie Green, 1964)

Ebony, David.  "Jules Olitski At Ameringer Howard", Art In America, Mar, 2001,  vol 89 no. 3, pp   134-135 (Repro Last Judgement, 2000)

Marshall, Neil.  "Abstraction and Plyphony",  gallery@Neil Marshall.com  Journal Entries,  Mar   21, 2001

Coble, Sarah FK.  "Intense Curiosity", Naples Illustrated, April/May, 2001 pp 56-59 
    (Repro Third Day, 2000, Sea Temptation, 2000 (titles switched, Third Day printed upside down)

Wilken, Karen and Guenther, Bruce. "Clement Greenberg, A Critic's Collection" Portland Art  Museum and Princeton University Press,  Princeton, NJ & 
     Woodstock Oxfordshire, UK, 2001.  190 pgs. Olitski on pp.2, 63-69, 162-167 (repros: The Prince Patutsky Red, 1962, Chinese Dinner Girl, 1965, 
     Sixth Caliph, 1965, Green-Nine, 1966,  Steamed, 1968, Loosha-Five, 1970, Fifth   Omsk Pleasure, 1972, Beauty Mouth-Twelve, 1972, King David's 
     Letter-Three, 1974,   L'Oubradou, 1974, Jehovah Cover-Five, 1975,  Love For Brothers, 1982, Noble Regard, 1989, Seated Nude, 1965, Nude Lying On Her 
     Right Side, 1965, Untitled (Rose) 1967, U, Graphic Suite 5 prints 93/150, 1970

Van Siclen, Bill.  "Jules Olitski at Virginia Lynch Gallery" ArtNews, Oct 2001 p. 178 (repro Sail in an Ancient Sea)

Olitski, Jules.  "How My Art Gets Made", Partisan Review, Fall 2001 Volume no. 4  pp 617-623 

Wilkin, Karen.  “Life After Formalism” Art In America, Nov, 2001 pp 110-115, 159  (repro Origins: Omsk and Moses Path-Violet and Green )

Olitski, Jules.  "Jules Olitski On Himself",  Modern Painters "Writers on Artists",  Editor in Chief Karen Wright.  DK Publishing, London, New York, Delhi, 
     Sydney, Munich, Paris and  Johannesburg  352 pages, 2001.  Olitski pp 310-319 (repro Embarking, 2001, (early version), Demikov-  One, 1957, Late
     Madness of Wentworth, 1958, Whore of Babylon, 1958, Moliere's Chair-Three, 1959, Third Day, 2000, Celebrations: Pink and Blue, 2000, Deep Socket, 
     1999, Charge of Angels ,2000, Origins: Snovsk, 2000,  The First Day, 2000,  Demikov-Two, 1957, Rude Passage, 2000)

Weiner, Julia.  "Abstract Fab", Jewish Chronicle, April 12, 2002 (UK) p.54  (repro Joys of Paradise: Six,  2001 & photo of artist) 

Long, Robert. "Olitski And Avery; Still Life Photos", The East Hampton Star, April 25, 2002 p.1

Gover, Michael. "International Reviews; Jules Olitski, Bernard Jacobson, London", ArtNews,  June, 2002 p. 130 
     (repro Bathsheba Reverie-Orange and Blue, 2001)

Van Siclen, Bill.  "At 80 Olitski Lets Color Have Its Way", The Providence Journal; Live This   Weekend, Aug 15-18, 2002 p. 12 (repro Romance Touch, Red,
        2002, Winnipiseogee Vision, 2001)

Belton, Robert.  Editor  Art:  The  World of Art, From Aboriginal to American Pop, Renaissance   Masters to Postmodernism, Flame Tree Publishing,  Foundry 
       Creative Media Co. Ltd. London  UK, 512 pages 2002.  p. 376 (repro Non-Stop, 1965) (factual errors in text)

Gamwell, Lynn.  Exploring the Invisible:  Art, Science, and The Spiritual Princeton Univ. Press,  Princeton, NJ,  344 pages. 2002 pp 302-5 
          (repro Moses Path-Violet And Green, 2001 p 305)

Marshall, Neil.  “Olitski After Greenberg “ gallery@Neil Marshall.com  Journal Entries,  Oct  27, 2002

Humblet, Claudine.  La Nouvelle Abstaction Americane 1950-1970  Skira, Milan, Italy, 2003   2,069 pp in french  “Jules Olitski” 
              pp 1385-1437  (Repro  44 paintings from 1960-1994) 

Wilkin, Karen. "At the Galleries", Partisan Review, Winter 2003 Vol XX, No. 1 pp 113-124

Dannatt, Adrian.  “Galerie Huit:  American Artists in Paris 1950-52 at Studio 18”, Art in America,   May, 2003 p 145

Poster, Lauren.  "Jules Olitski ~ The New Hampshire Exhibits Autumn, 2003" Four Forty, Marlboro, VT 2005. 196 pages 115 color plates

Walsh, Jim. "Paths" "Jules Olitski ~ The New Hampshire Exhibits Autumn, 2003"  Four Forty, Marlboro VT.  2005 pp 6-13

Belz, Carl.  "Jules Olitski's Ongoing Present" essay for exhibition catalogue Jules Olitski-Matter Embraced Paintings 1950's and Now Knoedler & Company,
     New York, NY Sep 14-Nov 5, 2005 pp 4-10

Kleeblatt, Norman.  "A Culmination of Contradictions: Jules Olitski's Last Decade" essay for exhibition catalogue
Jules Olitski - The Late Paintings - A Celebration,  Knoedler & Company, New York, NY Nov 8, 2007- Jan 5, 2008

Moos, David.  "Jules Olitski:  Color Situation", essay for exhibition catalogue, Jules Olitski - Circles Embraced- 1959-1964,presented in collaboration
 by Hackett Mill,    San Francisco, Ca  July 9 - Oct 1, 2010 and in the Fall of 2010 at FreedmanArt, New York, NY

deLima Greene, Alison.  "Jules Olitski: Color Into Light", essay for exhibition catalogue, Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski  publishd by the Kemper Museum         of Contemporary Art, 2011  

Carmean, E.A. Jr. "Jules Olitski: Making Things Right"essay for exhibition catalogue, Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski  publishd by the Kemper Museum             of Contemporary Art, 2011 

Wilkin, Karen. "Strange, New, Wonderful"essay for exhibition catalogue, Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski  publishd by the Kemper Museum of Contemporary     Art, 2011 

Reichsman, Andy and Purdie, Kate. "Jules Olitski, Modern Master" 22 minute film produced by Ames Hill Productions in cooperation with the Olitski Family Estate,             Marlboro, Vt.  2011

Miller, Leigh Anne.  "The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Don't Want to Miss,"  Art in America Magazine,  June 21, 2011.

Judkis, Maura.  "Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski,"  The Washington Post,  Friday, October 12, 2012.

Wecker, Menachem.  "Painter Jules Olitski Enjoys a Second Life,"  The Jewish Daily Forward,  May 31, 2012

Bennitt, Ami.  "Olitski Explained in the 21st Century" Artscope, Nov/Dec 2013

Halasz, Piri. "Happy Medium" (An Apropriate Distance) From the Mayor's Doorstep, Nov 30, 2013

McQuaid, Cate. "Playfulness from late painter Olitski" Boston Globe, Dec 10, 2013




 
 
 
SELECTED LISTING OF PERMANENT AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS: 
Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Il
David Winton Bell Art Gallery, Brown Univ. Providence, R.I.
Beth Tzedek Congregation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Fl
The Luther W. Brady Gallery George Washington Univ. Washington, DC
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Oh
Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Va.
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Oh.
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Mich
The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, N.H.
The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Tx.
Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Ma
Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Oh
Denver Art Museum, Denver, Co
The Detroit Institute of the Arts, Detroit, Mich
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY
Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Ma
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
The Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, Hartford, Ct.
The Cyrus and Myrtle Katzen Museum American University, Washington, D.C.
The Kemper Museum, Kansas City Mo
Krannert Art Museum, Universtiy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Il
Kunstmuseum Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf, Germany
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Middlebury College Museum of Art, Middlebury, Vt.
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wi
MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Ma
Musee d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France
Musee d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain, Nice, France
Musee National du Chateau de Jau, Perpignan, France
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Fl .
Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
Museum of Conteporary Art, Los Angeles, California
Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Fl
Museum of Conteporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Ma
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Tx
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
National Academy Museum, New York
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
National Gallery of Australia, Parkes, ACT
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Mo
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York,
Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen, Germany
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Or
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Me
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NH
The Rose Art Museum, Waltham, Ma
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Franciso, Ca
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Wa
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Ne
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Ma
Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York
Tate Modern, London, England
Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv Israel
Thorne Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, NH
Uffizi Portrait Gallery, Florence, Italy
Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, Ct.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minn
Washburn Arts, Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Ct
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerlie Art Museum, Rutgers Univ, New Brunswick, NJ


1982 The Bear Island Studio, NH 
with Clement Greenberg, Elizabeth von Wentzel, and Kristina Olitski on ladder
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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