1945 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting. Exh. cat. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1945.
The Nineteenth Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings. Exh. cat. Washington D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1945.
Painting in the United States 1945. Exh. cat. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute, 1945.
First Biennial Exhibition of Drawings by American Artists. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1945.
American Painting Today. Exh. cat. Bloomington: Illinois Wesleyan University, 1945.
Fifty-Fifth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Exh. cat. Lincoln: Nebraska Art Association, 1945.
American Water Colors. Exh. cat. Montclair: Montclair Art Museum, 1945.
1st Summer Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Exh. cat. Iowa City: State University of Iowa, 1945.
Philip Guston. Exh. cat. New York: Midtown Galleries, 1945.
International Water Color Exhibition 13th Biennial 1945. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1945.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Art Room Books of Interest. Flyer. Carnegie Institute, 1945.
New York Sun. "One-man Shows of Interest." 1945.
Art Digest. "St. Louis Buys Another Guston." January 1, 1946, p. 12.
City Art Museum of Saint Louis Museum Adventures. Brochure. City Art Museum of Saint Louis, 1946–1947.
Nairn, Norman. "3 Art Shows of Wide Range to Open Today." Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY), January 13, 1946.
Iowa City Press-Citizen. "Critics to Judge 800 High School Paintings Here." April 8, 1946.
Abilene Reporter-News. "Representative American Art Exhibited by Abilene Museum", April 14, 1946.
M. T. "Reviews." Architectural Forum, May 1946.
Life. "Philip Guston: Carnegie Winner's Art is Abstract and Symbolic." May 27, 1946, pp. 90–92.
Hynds, Reed. "Yielding Place to New." ARTnews, June 1946 pp. 32–33, 61–63.
Toledo Sunday Times. "Painting Here." June 2, 1946.
Toledo Blade. "Selected American Paintings Now on Exhibit at Museum." June 6, 1946.
Longman, Lester. "Everybody Gets into the Act at Chicago's Watercolor Show." ARTnews, July 1946.
Bartlett, Fred. "29 Museums Select Their Best Buys of 1946." ARTnews, August 1946, p. 42.