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Books and Exhibition Catalogues

Brandt, Beverly K. The Craftsman and the Critic: Defining Usefulness and Beauty in Arts and Crafts-Era Boston. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2009.

Byrdcliffe An American Arts and Crafts Colony, Exh. cat. Ithaca, New York: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art Cornell University, 2004.

Drawing on the Past: Selections from the Bobbie and John Nau Collection of Texas Art, Exh. cat. Abilene, Tx.: The Grace Museum, 2010.

Gerdts, William H. American Impressionism. 2nd ed. New York: Abbeville Press, 2001.

Gerdts, William H. Art Across America: Two Centuries of Regional Painting, 17101920: Volume Two: The South, The Near Midwest. New York: Abbeville Press, 1990.

Gerdts, William H. Masterworks of American Impressionism from the Pfeil Collection. Alexandria, Va.: New York: Harry N. Abrams; [Lugano-Castagnola, Switz.]: Thyssen-Bornemisza Foundation, 1990.

Joyes, Claire. The Taste of Giverny: At Home with Monet and the American Impressionists. Paris: Flammarion, 2000.

Knight, Joan MacPhail. Charlotte in Giverny. San Francisco, Ca.: Chronicle Books, 2000.

Lasting Impressions: American Painters in France 1865–1915. Exh. cat. Evanston, Ill.: Terra Foundation for the Arts, 1990.

McConkey, Kenneth, and Anna Gruetzner Robins. Impressionism in Britain. Exh. cat. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1995.

Reaves, William E., Jr. Texas Art and a Wildcatter’s Dream. College Station, Tx.: Texas A&M University Press, 1998.

Sedbergh & District History Society. John Dawson Watson RWS RBA RCA: a Sedbergh artist and his circle: Dawson Watson, Thomas James Watson, Myles Birket Foster, Dawson Dawson Watson, and their friends. Sedbergh: Sedbergh and District History Society, 2012.

The Spirit of America: American Art from 1829 to 1970, Exh. cat. New York: Spanierman Gallery, 2002.

Steinfeldt, Cecilia. Art for History’s Sake: The Texas Collection of the Witte Museum. [Austin, Tx.]: Texas State Historical Association, 1993.


Manuscript and Archival Sources Houston, Texas. Dawson Dawson-Watson City Directory Record. London, England. Dawson Dawson-Watson Record. New York. Dawson Dawson-Watson Record. Québec, Canada. Dawson Dawson-Watson Record. United States. Dawson Dawson-Watson Federal Census Record.

A Biographical Dictionary of Artists in Texas before 1942. Dawson-Watson, Dawson.

Brooklyn Museum. Dawson Dawson-Watson File.

Dawson Dawson-Watson Family Archives.

Early Painters and Engravers in Canada. Dawson-Watson.

Frick Art Museum. New York. Dawson Dawson-Watson File.

A History of Texas Artists and Sculptors. Dawson Dawson-Watson.

The Texas Landscape 1900-1986. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.