Horace Pippin

John Brown Going to His Hanging. 1942. Oil on fabric. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, John Lambert Fund.

American Folk Art Masters

Foreword by Frank Holt; with essays by Wendell Garrett, Virginia M. Mecklenburg; Carolyn J. Weekley, Jane Kallir and Stephen May. Mennello Museum of American Folk Art (exhibition catalogue), 2001. 35 color illustrations. 72 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00

American Primitive Paintings

Smithsonian Institution (exhibition catalogue), 1958. Exhibition included works by Edward Hicks, Joseph Pickett, John Kane, Horace Pippin and Grandma Moses. 8 illustrations. 32 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00

Four American Primitives

ACA Galleries (exhibition catalogue), 1972. Exhibition included works by Edward Hicks, John Kane, Anna Mary Robertson (“Grandma”) Moses and Horace Pippin. 64 illustrations. 57 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $15.00

Masters of Naive Art

Edited by Hata International; with an essay by Jane Kallir. Daimaru Museum, 1989. Catalogue for an exhibition at the Daimaru Museum Kyoto, Yamagataya Art Gallery, Hakata Daimaru Art Gallery and Tokyo Daimaru Art Gallery. Exhibition included works by French, American, Haitian and Yugoslavian artists. Text in English and Japanese. 91 color plates; 86 black and white illustrations. 132 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $30.00

They Taught Themselves: American Primitive Painters of the 20th century

By Sidney Janis; with a foreword by Alfred H. Barr. Sanford L. Smith & Associates, 1999. Reprint of Janis' seminal 1942 publication. 9 color and 84 black and white illustrations. 236 pages.

Softcover: $30.00