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Ralph L. Wickiser

Ralph L. Wickiser

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

1935          Centennial Club, Nashville, TN

1936          Louisiana State University, LA

                  Studio Club, Nashville, TN

1939          Gresham Gallery, New Orleans, L

1940          Drury College, MI

1941           Southwestern University, Lafayette, LA

1943          Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA

1952          University of Louisville, NY

1954          Louisiana State University, LA

1968          “Retrospective”, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

1974           Harriman College, Harriman, NY

1975          Pacem en Terris Gallery, United Nations, NY         

1976           Lotus Gallery, NY

1978           Harriman College, Harriman, NY

                  Lotus Gallery, NY

1982          Esta Robinson Gallery, NY

1990          Gallery 630 B, New Orleans, LA

1991           Z Gallery, Soho, NY

1992          Park West Gallery, Kingston, NY

1993          Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

1994          “The Reflected Stream and the Covered Apple Tree” Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

1995          Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

1996          “The Compassion Series, 1950-1956”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

1997          “Purple Rocks & Then Some, The Reflected Stream 1996-1997

                  Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

                  Parkersburg Art Center, Parkersburg, WV

                  The Gallery at the Roundabout Theatre, New York, NY

1998          Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

1999          “The Four Seasons” Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

                   Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw, MI

2000          “The Covered Apple Tree Series”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

2002          “The Reflected Stream”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

2003          Thomas Cole House, Hudson, NY

                   “The Reflected Stream, The Early Years 1975 - 1985”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

2004          “The Compassion Series, Abstract Paintings of the 1950s and the 1960s”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

2005          “The Reflected Stream, The Abstract Years, 1985-1998”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

2006          “The Reflected Stream, The Early Years, 1975-1978”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2007          “Ralph Wickiser a Retrospective 1934-1998” Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA

                   “Ralph L. Wickiser Paintings, 1957-1975, The Compassion Series - The Late Abstractions, 1957-1965, Vanity, Irene and the                       Apple, The Nude Series 1969-1975”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2008          “Shadows On The Grass 1996-1998” & “The Covered Apple Tree 1987-1998”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2009          “Ralph Wickiser: A Retrospective 1934-1998” Adelphi University, Long Island, NY

                   “Ralph Wickiser: A Retrospective 1934-1998”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2010           “Ralph Wickiser: The Four Seasons”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2011            “Ralph Wickiser: A Retrospective of the Reflected Stream: 1975-1998”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2012           “Ralph Wickiser: The Lydia Tortora Collection”, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

2015           “Ralph L. Wickiser: A Retrospective”, Leepa-Rattner Museum, St. Petersburg, FL

2016           “Ralph L. Wickiser: A Retrospective 1975 – 1998”, Georgetown University, Spagnuolo Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.

                   “The Reflected Stream: The Abstract Years, Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Chelsea, NY

 

Selected Group Exhibitions  

1934          Grand Central Galleries, New York, NY

                  Studio Club, Nashville, TN

1936          Rockefeller Center, New York, NY

1937          Studio Club, Nashville, TN

1937-41     “A New Southern Group”, Traveling Exhibition, USA

1938          Friends of Art, Baltimore, MD

                 Third National Exhibition of American Art and Fine Arts Society, NY

                 Harrisburg Art Association, PA

1939          Detroit Institute of Fine Arts, MI

1941           Northeast Junior College, Louisiana, LA

                  University of Minnesota, MN

1942          Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC 

                  The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA

                  San Francisco Museum, CA

                  Oakland Museum, CA  

                  University of Mississippi at Oxford, MS

1943           Delgado Museum, New Orleans, LA

1944           Dayton Museum of Art, OH

1946           Associated American Artists Gallery, NY

                  University of Chattanooga, TN

1947           Dallas Museum, TX

1948           The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hangerstown, ML

                   Library of Congress Annual Print Exhibition, Washington, DC

1950           Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

1950           Des Moines Art Center, IA

1951            Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, PA

1952-58     George Binet Traveling Exhibition of Religious Prints, USA

1953           Whitney Museum of American Art Annual, New York, NY

1954           Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH     

                  The Contemporaries Gallery, NY

1954-56     State Department. European Traveling Exhibition of Color Lithographs

1956          State University of New York, New Paltz, NY

1957          Woodstock Artists Association, NY

1959          Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

                  Long Island University, Long Island, NY  

                  Momentum Institute of Design, Chicago, IL

                  Woodstock Artists Association, NY

1960          YMHA New York, NY

                  Woodstock Artists Association, NY

                  Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1961           Woodstock Artists Association, NY

1962          Pratt Institute Faculty Shows Brooklyn, NY

1963          Woodstock Artists Association, NY

1964          Pratt Institute Faculty Show, Brooklyn, NY

1965          Chelsea Art Association, NY

1966          Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1967          Princeton Gallery, NJ

1968-71      Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1969          Woodstock Artists Association, NY

1971           Suffolk Museum, Stony Brook, NY

1972          Lerner - Miraschi Gallery, NY

1973          Princeton Gallery of Fine Art, NJ

1974          Cornucopia Gallery, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY

                 Grace Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1977          Nassau County Community College, Long Island, NY

                 Mickelson Gallery, Washington, DC

1978          “Work Behind the Work”, Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY 

                  Princeton Gallery of Fine Art, NJ                

                  29th New England Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, Silvermine Gallery,  New Canaan, CT

1979          Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

1978-80     Center Square Gallery, Albany, NY

                  Sunne Savage Gallery, Boston, MA

1981           Somerhill Gallery, Durham, NC

1982-83     Woodstock School of Art, Woodstock, NY

1983           Ulster County Art Association, Kingston, NY 

                  Novo Arts, New York, NY

1986-88     Princeton Gallery of Fine Art, NJ

1988-89     Thompson Gallery, New York, NY

1988          “Former Faculty Centennial Exhibition”,

                  Pratt Manhattan Center, Puck Building, Soho, NY

1989          “Man and His Space”, The Society of Landscape and Figurative Artists, Lever House, New York, NY  

                   Strauss Gallery, New York, NY 

                   Bell Gallery, Woodstock, NY

1990           Z Gallery, Soho, NY 

                   Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1991           ‘‘Five Artists’’, Pratt Manhattan Center, Puck Building, Soho, NY

                   Woodstock Artists Association, NY

1992           Park West Gallery, Kingston, NY

1993           Marguerite Oestreicher Fine Art, New Orleans, LA

                   ‘‘Five Artists’’, Haenah Kent, Soho, NY

                   Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., Soho, NY

1994           Park West, Kingston, NY

                   Haenah Kent, Seoul, Korea

1995           Woodstock Artists Association

1997           Tallahassee Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, FL

                   Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta, GA

1998           Woodstock Guild, Woodstock, NY

1999           Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

                   The Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA

                   “Abstract Expressionism, Expanding the Canon”, Gary Snyder Fine Art, Chelsea, NY

2005          Art Chicago, Chicago, IL

                   Art Toronto, Toronto, Canada

2010          (REAL)ists, Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, F Art Chicago, Chicago, IL

                   Art Toronto, Toronto, Canada

                   Art Miami, Miami Florida

2011            Art Chicago, Chicago, IL

                   Art Toronto, Toronto, Canada

2012           Art Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida

                   ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton,

                   Art Toronto, Toronto, Canada

2013           Art Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida

2013           Houston Fine Art Fair, Houston, TX

2014           LA Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

                  Silicon Valley Art Fair, San Jose, CA

                  Houston Fine Art Fair, Houston, TX

                  Concept Miami, Miami, FL

2015          LA Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

                  Busan Art Fair, Busan, South Korea

                  Art Aspen, Aspen, CO

2016          LA Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

                  Art Aspen, Aspen, CO

2017          LA Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

 

Selected Bibliography

PERIODICALS

1934          “Tiffany Artists Are Now on View at Grand Central”. ARTnews, October 27, 1934.

                  Devree, Howard. “In the Galleries: Rowlandson to Fledglings”. The New York Times.                    

1936          “In One-Man Exhibit Here”. The Nashville Tennessean, May 16, 1936.

                  Cole, Frances. “Wickiser Exhibit at Studio Club Show Wide Variety”. Nashville, TN.

                  “Symposium in Fine Arts to Be Held”. Baton Rouge, LA: The Reveille, July 24, 1936.

                  “Tennessee Paintings, Ten by Nashvillians, on Way to N.Y. Show”. Nashville, TN.

1937           “Club Speaker Says America Must Have Own Expressive Art”.

                  Marfeesboro, TN: Women’s Features-Society, January 2, 1937.

1939          “Girl in A Doorway by Ralph Wickiser”. The Times-Picayune New Orleans States, November 12, 1939.

                   Amrine, Mike. “N.O. Is Reaching Maturity In Art As 8 Shows Open in 3 Galleries”. December 3, 1939.

1940           Jenkins, Jerry. “Works of Wickiser Shown in Exhibition”. May 15, 1940.

                  “Wickiser’s Etching to be Shown Sunday”. Canton, NY, May 22, 1940.

1941           “Girl at Mirror’ in the Making”. February 22, 1941.

                  “Wickiser Show”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate, March 30, 1941.

                  “L.S.U. Artists to Exhibit Work at Three Shows”. Baton Rouge, LA, April 13,  1941.                             

                  “Two Little Theaters Plan 1941 Season - L.S.U Shows Have Variety”. Baton Rouge, LA, September 14, 1941.

                  “Wickiser Named New Art Head at University”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate,  September 14, 1941.

                  “Two Positions Filled on L.S.U Faculty”. New Orleans, LA: Times-Picayune, September 15, 1941.

                  “Dr. R. Wickiser Heads University Art Department”. Baton Rouge, LA: State Times, September 15, 1941.

                  “Chairman”. New Orleans, LA: Times Picayune, September 15, 1941.

                  “Southern Group Members to Be on Hand for Opening of Art Exhibit at L.S.U. Today”. Baton Rouge, LA, October 12, 1941.

                  “Southern Group Opens Exhibit”, October 14, 1941.

                  “Dr. Wickiser,  Lecturer Art League Exhibition”. New Orleans, LA: The Times-Picayune, October 16, 1941.

                  “Southern Group Will Meet As New Art Exhibit Opens”. New Orleans, LA: The Times-Picayune, October 19, 1941.

                  “L.S.U. Art Classes to Be Open for Visitors; Southern Exhibit Up”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate.

                  “40 Local Artists Are Included in Show of Art Commission”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate.

                  “Wickiser Exhibit at Southwestern”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate.

1942          “Wickiser Painting to Continue Tour”. New Orleans, LA: The Times-Picayune,  February 22, 1942.

                  “Wickiser Paints with Prolific Brush”. Baton Rouge, LA: The Summer Reveille, August 18,1942.

1943           Darling, W. M. “Pen, Chisel and Brush”. New Orleans, LA: The Times-Picayune, March 14, 1943.

1946          “Wickiser’s Lithograph Takes High Award in the Fifth Annual Louisiana Artists Show Here”. Baton Rouge, LA: State-Times,                        May 14, 1946.

                  “Orleans Artists Show Best Work”. New Orleans, LA: The Times-Picayune, May 15, 1946.

                  “Halloween Fun”. Baton Rouge, LA: State Times, October 30, 1946.

                  Browne, Vivian. “Six Southern Artists to Exhibit at UC’s Annual Show on Nov. 17”. The Chattanooga Times, November 10,                          1946.

1947           Harrell. “Mardi Gras Day Illustrated by Durieux, Wickiser, and McCrady”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate.

                  ”The American Highway- Lithography by Ralph L. Wickiser”. New York, NY: Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), 14-18, June,                    1947.

1948          “Mardi Gras Gayety Fills Joyous Book”. Chicago Sunday Tribune.

                  Tallant. “Mardi Gras in Pen, Brush”. New Orleans, LA: The Times-Picayune, January, 1948.

                  “Jokes on the Joker”. Times-Picayune New Orleans State Magazine, 20-21, February 8, 1948.

                  Wedeck, Harry E. “New Orleans Carnival”. The New York Times, February 8, 1948.

                  Giloin, Aida Mumford. “Louisiana Trapper Paintings by Ralph Wickiser”. Dearborn, MI: Ford Times, 42, February 1948.

1950          Shane, George. “Delta Artists Draw From Local Scenes”. Des Moines Sunday Register, 1, 12, July 9, 1950.

1951           “Wickiser, W.A.A. Chairman Praises Artists’ Activities”. Kingston, NY: News Leader, September 7, 1951.

                  “Gift to Art Commission”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate, November 19, 1951.

                  “Presented to Art Commission”. Baton Rouge, LA: State Times, November, 1951.

1952          Frankfurter, Alfred. “In the Painters’ Own Words”. A Book Review of The Art of the Artist, The New York Times, January 27,                        1952.

                  Bier, Justin. “Wickiser Work”. Louisville, KY: The Courier-Journal, 5, 4, March 23, 1952.   

1953          Rivers, Bill. “Ph.D. With a Palette”. Baton Rouge, LA: Morning Advocate Magazine, November29, 1953.

1954          “Art Association Opens Annual Jury Show”. Riders’ Digest, 7, March 22, 1954.

                 Wickiser, Ralph. “Tradition Is Guide Post to Past; Problem Is to Get Closer to Life”. Woodstock, NY: Woodstock Press, 5,                           September 9, 1954.

1955          Wickiser, Ralph. “A Contemporary Painters Attitude Toward Tradition’’. College Art Journal XIV, Spring 1955.

1958          “An Introduction to Art Education”. School Arts: The Art Education Magazine, February, 1958.

1959          “Chairman of ArtEducation At Pratt Institute”. Greenup, IL: Greenup Press, August 20, 1959.

1965          “Wickiser Named as Chairman of Graduate Programs”. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY: Prattler , May 14, 1965.

1966           Bartczak, Peter.  “Wickiser: The Work and the Man”. Brooklyn, NY: Prattler.

1968          “Pratt Director Has Exhibit At Eastern Illinois University”. New York and Brooklyn Daily, January 24, 1968.

                  “Wickiser Exhibition at Eastern Illinois University”

1976          “Ralph Wickiser - Lotus”. The Village Voice, April 19, 1976.

                  “ART: Wickiser - Lotus Gallery”. The New York Times, April 24, 1976.

1977           “The Woodstock Landscape”. Woodstock Times, December 8,1977.

1982           Combs, Tram. Wickiser’s Common Glories”. Woodstock Times, 12. November 18, 1982.

                  “Ralph Wickiser: New Look in Landscape Painting”. Woodstock Times, November 18, 1982.

1983          “Art Notes: WAA Membership Meeting”. May 26, 1983. 

                  Isaacs, Lei. “Wickiser Art UCCA Gallery”. Woodstock Times, October 13, 1983.    

                  “UCCA Juried Exhibition Opens New Gallery”. Woodstock Times, December 15, 1983.

1984          “Alice Baber Estate Gives Paintings to Tarble Center”. Charleston, IL: Mid-Illinois Newspapers, February 1, 1984.

1987          “Dialogues at WAA”. Woodstock Times,  June 18, 1987.

1990          George, Jean Craighead. “Woodstock’s Wickiser Featured in Two Shows”. Kingston, NY: Sunday Freeman, 7, December 23,                   1990.

                  “Wickiser In the City”. Woodstock Times, 20, December 20, 1990. 

1991           Wise, Tad. “Pieces of Eight”. Woodstock Times, August, 1991.

1992          Twine, Tinker. “Natural Man: Artist Limns Rock and Stream with Easy Grace”. Woodstock Times, September 17, 1992.

                  Shine, James G. “Park West Exhibit Shows First-Class Collection”. Kingston, NY: Daily Freeman, October 30, 1992.

1993          Shine, James G. “The Artists’ Lovely World of Landscapes”. Kingston, NY: Daily Freeman, May 28, 1993.

                  Shine, James G. “Gallery at Park West - The First Two Years”. Kingston, NY: The Kingston Freeman, February 26, 1993.

                  “Meditations”. New York, NY: The Villager,  April 21, 1993.

1994          Raynor, Vivien. “Contemporary Variations on a Timeless Hudson Valley Theme”. The New York Times, July 24, 1994.

1995          Nakayama, Mikiko. “Ralph Wickiser:  Nature is the Most Beautiful”. New York Magazine, 26, August, 1995.

1996          “New York Art Scene: Ralph Wickiser”. Tokyo, Japan: Asahi Art Pictorial, 7, February, 1996.

1996-97     Sumiko, Kaneko. Tokyo, Japan: Art Vision, Winter, 24-2, 76, 1996-1997

1997          Gladstone, Valerie. “Ralph Wickiser”. ARTnews, 166, October, 1997.

                  “Art Center Features Landscape Works, McEwan and Wickiser Paintings ‘Massive’”. Parkersburg, WV: The Parkersburg                           Sentinel, 9, July 21, 1997.

                  Muller, Seth. “Study in Contrasts, Summer Exhibit Merges Realism, Abstract Art”.

                  Bace, Bill. “Visual Culture’s Living Treasures”. New York, NY: Review, 3, May 1, 1997.

1999           Henry, Gerrit. “The Four Seasons”. Art in America, December, 1999.

2003          Cleveland, David. “Reviews: The Reflected Stream, The Early Years 1975-1985 ”. ARTnews, October, 2003.

2006         “Lani Tupu.” Farscape.com, June 2006. Accessed January 2012:

                   http://www.watchfarscape.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=194&Itemid=2

2007          Arbogast, Joanne. “Lore Degenstein Gallery Presents Ralph Wickiser Exhibition”. Selinsgrove, PA: The Daily Item, 4,                                November 8, 2007.

                  Kidd, Victoria. “Lore Degenstein Gallery Presents Ralph Wickiser Exhibition.” susqu.edu, Susquehanna University,                                    November, 2007. Accessed January 2012: http://www.susqu.edu/news/16657.asp.

2009          Greben, Deidre S., “Ralph L. Wickiser.“ New York, NY: ARTnews, June, 2009, p. 107.

2012          “Ralph L. Wickiser, One Of The Artists Presented By Walter Wickiser Gallery At Art Chicago, 2011.” mapanare.com, May, 2011.                    Accessed January 2012: http://www.mapanare.us/10/post/2011/5/ralph-l-wickiser-presented-by-walter-wickiser-gallery.html.

                  “Ralph L Wickiser.” The Arteur: thestarryeye network.                                                                                                                                      Accessed January 2012: http://thestarryeye.typepad.com/art/2011/07/ralph-l-wickiser. html.

                  “Ralph Wickiser.” Art in Embassies; US Department of State.                                                                                                                          Accessed January 2012: http://art.state.gov/ArtistDetail.aspx?id=164064.

                   Rodeiro, Jose. “Bio.” Jose Rodeiro Art; rodeiro-art.com.                                                                                                                                 Accessed January 2012: http://rodeiro-art.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=2.

2015           David Adams Cleveland, “Ralph Wickiser: The Abstract Stream and Covered Apple Tree Paintings.”Artsy.net, April, 2014. 

 

Books and Catalogs

1952          Hunter, E. R. Seventh Southeastern Annual Exhibition. Exhibition Catalog.

                  September 28- October 12, 1952, Atlanta, GA: High Museum of Art, Atlanta Art Associations.

1953           Annual Exhibitions of Contemporary American Painting, October 15 -December 6, 1953, New York, NY: Whitney Museum of                    American Art.

1961           The Author and Writers Who’s Who. London, England.

1962-63     Dictionary of International Biography. London, England.           

1968          Watkins, Benjamin. A Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings

                  Exhibition Catalog.  January 7 - February 8, 1968, Charleston, IL: Paul T. Sargent Gallery, Eastern Illinois University

1970          The Dictionary of British and American Writers. London, England. 

1970-71      Who’s Who in America. Chicago, IL: Marquis.

1971           Directory of Education Specialist. Baltimore, MD, Spring 1971.

                 The Author and Writers Who’s Who. London, England.

                 The Blue Book: Leaders of the English Speaking World. London, England: St. James Press.

1972          Who’s Who in the United States.

                  The Blue Book: Leaders of the English Speaking World. London, England: St. James Press.

1972-73     The National Register of Prominent Americans & International, Notables. Venice, FL: Research Center.

1973           Dictionary of International Biography New York Art Year Book.

                  Who’s Who in American Art. New York, NY: Bowker.  

                  The Blue Book: Leaders of the English Speaking World. London, England: St. James Press. 

1973-75      Who’s Who. New York, NY: USPRS.

                  Who’s Who in the East. Boston, MA: Roosevelt & Larkin.

                  Who’s Who in Art. Trade Press.

                  The Writer’s Directory. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press.

1974           Dictionary of International Biography. London, England.

1975          Who’s Who in the United States.

1975-76     New York Art Year Book.

1978          The Blue Book: Leaders of the English Speaking World. London, England: St. James Press.

1979          The Blue Book: Leaders of the English Speaking World. London, England: St. James Press.

1981           Who’s Who in American Art. Jaques Cattell Press.

1983          Who’s Who in America. Chicago, IL: Marquis. 

1988          Krantz, Les. The New York Art Review. Chicago, IL: American References Publishing, 1272, 1274, 1288.

1991           Combs, Tram. Ralph Wickiser. Exhibition Catalog, November 16 - December 6, 1991, New York, NY: Z Gallery.

1993          Five Artists Haenah-Kent Group Exhibition Catalog. Exhibition Catalog. 

                  September 18 - October 13, 1993,  New York, NY: Haenah-Kent Gallery.

1994          Combs, Tram. Ralph Wickiser, The Reflected Stream and the Covered Apple Tree, Paintings 1978 - 1993. Exhibition Catalog,                   New York, NY: Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., April, 1994.

1996          Wei, Lilly.  Ralph Wickiser, The Compassion Series, Paintings 1950 - 1956.

                  Exhibition Catalog. New York, NY: Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., January, 1996.

1997           Tully, Judd. Purple Rocks & Then Some: Recent Abstract Landscape Paintings of Ralph Wickiser. Ralph Wickiser, The                              Reflected Stream 1996 - 1997. Exhibition Catalog. New York, NY: Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., April, 1997.

                  Zevitas, Steven. New American Paintings, NYC Artists. Wellesley, MA: Open Studio Press, 108-109, 127, June, 1997.

2000         Tortora, Lydia. Ralph Wickiser, The Four Seasons, Works From the 1970’s. Exhibition Catalog. New York, NY: Walter Wickiser                   Gallery, Inc., April, 2000.

                  Wickiser, Jane. Ralph Wickiser, The Covered Apple Tree 1987 - 1998. Exhibition Catalog, New York, NY: Walter Wickiser                           Gallery, Inc., April, 2000.

2003          Henry, Gerrit. The Reflected Stream, The Early Years 1975-1985. New York, NY: Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc. October, 2003.

2009         Cleveland, David. The Reflected Stream, The Early Years 1975-1985. New York, NY: Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., February,                     2009.

2010          Cleveland, David A., A History of American Tonalism: 1880-1920. New York, NY: Hudson Hills Press: 2010. 

                  Dean, Kevin. REAL(ists). Sarasota, FL: Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2010.

2012          Cleveland, David. The Reflected Stream, The Abstract Years 1985-1998. New York, NY: Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc., April,                       2012.

 

Author of the Following Books

1946          Encyclopedia of the Arts. (Contributing Editor)

1947          An Introduction To Art Activities. New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company, Inc.

1948          Mardi Gras Day. with Caroline Durieux; John McCrady, New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company,Inc.

1957          An Introduction to Art Education. Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY: World Book Company.

 

Video Documentaries & Television Appearences

1991          “Five Artists Show” at Pratt Manhattan Center, Puck Building, Soho, NY, Produced by Bill Page, Images Art, New York,                              Manhattan and Paragon Television

1992          “Ralph Wickiser”, Produced by Bill Page, Images Art, New York, Manhattan and Paragon Television

 

LECTURES

1946          Chattanooga Art Association

1949          Vassar College, Woodstock Art Conference - Moderator

1950          University of Florida

1951           Bard College, Conference on Art in the Liberal Arts College

                  New York Public Library, “In Search of the Muse”

                  College Art Association, “The Artist as Teacher”

1952          Michigan State University, Graduate Seminar on Art Education

                  Michigan Art Education Association “Art and Value”

                  Fourth Annual Woodstock Art Conference, “Aesthetics and the Artist”

1953          American Council of Learned                  

                  Societies Conference on Art and Art Education, Washington, DC

1954          Dallas Art Education Association

1955          Stephen Austin College

1957          SUNY Potsdam, Spring Festival of the Arts

1961,63      Patterson State College

1962          New Jersey Art Education Association, Atlantic City

1963          University of Minnesota

                  St. Joseph’s Women’s College, Brooklyn, New York

1977           University of Florida at Tampa

 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

     Bulbrite Inc., NJ

     Currier Gallery, Manchester, NH

     Continental Trust Bank, Fort Worth, TX

     EasternIllinois University, Charleston, IL

     High Museum, Atlanta, GA

     Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

     Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

     Louisiana Art Commission, Baton Rouge, LA

     Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC

     New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA

     Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

     United Cerebral Palsy Association of Westchester County, Inc

     Woodstock Historical Society, Woodstock, NY
     Woodstock Artists Association, Woodstock, NY
     Woodstock Musuem, Woodstock, NY

 

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

    Mr. Don Ahn, NY

    Mr. Richard Allen, NY

    Mr. Robert Allen, NY

    Ms. Stephanie Arata, NY

    Mr. Sei Arimori, Japan

    Ms. Martha Armstrong, MA

    Mr. William Breger, NY

    Mrs. Kiyoko Ohata Brown, NY

    Mr. Song Jun Chon, Korea

    Mr. David Cleveland, NY

    Mr. Morris Cook, NY

    Mr. Nemeir Cortas, London

    Mrs. Layla Fanucci, CA

    Mr. Robert Feur, Woodside, NY

    Mr. & Mrs. Elliot Gruenberg, NY

    Mr. Rollins S. Guild, NY

    Dr. Lloyd Harris, NY

    Mr. Henry Heald, NY

    Mr. Fergus Hoke, London

    Mrs. Duoling Huang, NY

    Mr. Tchah Sup Kim, NY

    Mr. & Mrs. Alan Kleiman, NY

    Mr. & Mrs. Steven G. Lampe, NY   

    Ms. Kang Ja Lee, Seoul, Korea

    Mr. Daniel E. Muallem, CA

    Mr. Vincent Naddeo, NY

    Mr. Hiro Nozuka, NY

    Mrs. Marguerite Oestricher, LA

    Mr. & Mrs. Pearlman, NY

    Ms. Ayn Rand, NY

    Ms. Lina Shamma, London

    Mr. & Mrs. Marc Savitt, NY

    Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schwagerl, NY

    Mr. & Mrs. Jim Stynes, NY

    Mr. Peter Ted Surace, NY

    Mrs. Kathy Surace-Smith, WA

    Mr. Michael Sut, NY

    Ms. Bronwin White, LA

    Mr. and Mrs. David Worth, NC

    Mr. George Zhaozhi Xiong, NY

    Ms. Zhang Zhang, Shanghai

           

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

1934,39     Louis Comfort Tiffany Fellowship, Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY

1946,48     Louisiana State Research Council Grant, Baton Rouge, LA

1952          Fund for the Advancement of Education Grant

1956          Honorary PhD, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

1964          Distinguished Alumni Award, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL      

1971-75      Harriman College, Member of the Board of Trustees, Harriman, NY

1975          Men of Achievement Award, Melrose Press, Cambridge, UK

1975          Professor Emeritus, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

 

COMMISSIONS

1947          Standard Oil of New Jersey, The American Highway, Ten colored lithographs reproduced in The Lamp, 29, 3, June, 1947

1948,49     Ford Company, Ford Times, Watercolor Series

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1941-56     Chairman, Art Department, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

1956-59    Director, Division of Art Education, State University, New Paltz, NY

1959-62    Chairman, Art Education Department, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1962-75     Director, Division of Graduate Programs in Art and Design, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1972          Acting Dean, School of Art and Design, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1975-78     Visiting Professor Emeritus of Graduate Art, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

 

EDUCATION

1928-31      Art Institute of Chicago

1931-34      BA, Eastern Illinois College

1934-35     MA, Vanderbilt and Peabody

1935-38     PhD, Peabody