University of Arizona Museum of Art

Tucson, AZ

520- 621-7567


Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:

Persistent Memories: African American Art From the University of Arizona Museum of Art Collection; article by Marcin Aleturowicz (2/28/05)

Jasper Johns: Prints from the John and Maxine Belger Family Foundation (2/9/04)

University of Arizona Museum of Art Presents "A Physical Art: The Intaglio Prints of Andrew Rush"; essay by Peter S. Briggs (12/22/03)


The University of Arizona Museum of Art is located on the University of Arizona campus, near Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard in Tucson, AZ. For hours and admission fees please see the Museum's website.


Google Book Searches conducted in 2008 and 2013 by Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) located the following brochures, catalogues and gallery guides published on paper in connection with the Museum and with a topic of American representational art. The list may not include all relevant publications. Titles are listed by date of publication, with most recent listed first. Information on publications may be in error or incomplete. Titles may be followed by links to related essays published by Resource Library. See Definitions for more information on finding brochures, catalogues and gallery guides using TFAO's website.

Bruce McGrew: A Retrospective - an Exhibition at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona, January 27-March 24, 2002, By Bruce McGrew, University of Arizona Museum of Art. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 2002. Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized Nov 13, 2007. ISBN 1891800116, 9781891800115. 48 pages

Fritz Scholder, Monotypes: January 13-February 10, 1984. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1984. 8 pages

The New Deal in the Southwest, Arizona and New Mexico: Arizona and New Mexico. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1980. ISBN 9998092019, 9789998092013. 67 pages. Google Books says: "An exhibition organized by the University of Arizona Museum of Art, held at the museum, Jan. 18-Feb. 15, at Northern Arizona University Art Gallery, Mar. 27-April 28, and at Phoenix Art Museum, May 24-July 13."

Ernest Lawson, 1873-1939: A Retrospective Exhibition of His Paintings, Held at the University of Arizona, Museum of Art, February 11-March 8, 1979 : Essay and Catalogue, By Ernest Lawson, Adeline Lee Karpiscak. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1979. 76 pages

Isabel Bishop: First Retrospective Exhibition, By Isabel Bishop Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1974. 221 pages

De Grazia, By De Grazia, Jeffrey Mitchell. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1973. 126 pages

ROBERT VICKREY: A RETROSPECTIVE OF PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND WTAERCOLORS. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1973. 87 pages

Childe Hassam, 1859-1935. 1972. 150 pages. Google Books says: "Catalog of an exhibition held at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, Feb. 5-Mar. 5, 1972, and at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Mar. 26-Apr. 30, 1972."

The West and Walter Bimson; Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings, and Sculpture.. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1971. 223 pages

East Side, West Side, All Around the Town: A Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings, Watercolors, and Drawings. Published by University of Arizona Museum of Art, 1969. 175 pages


Why was this sub-index page prepared?

When Resource Library publishes over time more than one article concerning an institution, there is created as an additional resource for readers a sub-index page containing links to each Resource Library article or essay concerning that institution, plus available information on its location and other descriptive information.

See our Museums Explained to learn about the "inner workings" of art museums and the functions of staff members. In the exhibitions section find out how to get the most out of a museum visit. See definitions for a glossary of museum-related words used in articles.

To help you plan visits to institutions exhibiting American art when traveling see Sources of Articles Indexed by State within the United States.

Unless otherwise noted, all text and image materials relating to the above institutional source were provided by that source. Before reproducing or transmitting text or images please read Resource Library's user agreement.

Our catalogues provide many more useful resources.

American Representational Art has links to dozens of topics.

Distinguished Artists is a national registry of historic artists.

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Resource Library is a free online publication of nonprofit Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO). Since 1997, Resource Library and its predecessor Resource Library Magazine have cumulatively published online 1,300+ articles and essays written by hundreds of identified authors, thousands of other texts not attributable to named authors, plus 24,000+ images, all providing educational and informational content related to American representational art. Texts and related images are provided almost exclusively by nonprofit art museum, gallery and art center sources.

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