ARTICLES AND LISTINGS IN PERIODICALS
Humanism in modern art. Barry Schwartz. The Humanist, July-August 1973, p 28. B&W illustration p 30.
[Article on show at Aaron Berman Gallery]. Dennis Anderson. Arts Magazine, April 1977, p 21. 2 B&W illustrations.
[Description of show at Aaron Berman Gallery]. Arts Magazine, June 1977, p 43. B&W illustration-
[Article on show at Allan Stone Gallery]. Peter Fingesten. Arts Magazine, May 1978, p 8.
Peter Dean: Living like a lion. Judy Henson. Contemporary Art Southwest, vol 2 no 3, 1979, p 12.
[Article on show at Allan Stone Gallery]. John Deckert. Arts Magazine, October 1980, p 13. B&W illustration.
[Listing of "I love New Yorko show at Sandy Monet Gallery, Brussels]. Artribune, July-August 1981, p 4.
An iconography of recent figurative paintings: Sex, violence, death, and the apocalypse. Marsha Tucker. Summer. International Art forum, 1982, p 75. B&W illustration.
[Article on show at Semaphore Gallery]. Carter Ratcliff. Art in America, December 1982, p 75. Color illustration.
[Article on show at Semaphore Gallery]. John Shanks. Arts magazine, June 1982, p 3. Color illustration.
[Article on show at Galleri Bellman). E R. Art News, Summer 1984, p 193. B&W illustration.
[Listing of show at Galleri Bellman]. Art Forum, March 1984, p 48. Full-page color illustration.
[Article on show at Galleri Bellmian]. Peter Fingesten. Arts Magazine, April 1984, p 18. B&W illustration.
The "Dean" of neoexpressionism [on Kerr Gallery show]. Claude LeSuer. Artspeak, 16 April 1986, p 6.
[Article on show at Semaphore Gallery]. Jane Bell. Art News, October 1987, p 177. Color illustration.
[Listing of shows at Shahin Requicha Gallery, Manhattan Beach; R H Love Galleries, Chicago; Gallery Naga, Boston; Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts; Alternative Museum, New York, and Reed Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio]. Art in America Annual, 1991-1992.
[Article on Peter Dean retrospective at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Art Museum). Sue Taylor. Art in America, January 1993, p 110.
(Show at Allan Stone Gallery]. Arts Magazine, May 1978, p 77. Color illustration.
[Show at Allan Stone Gallery]. Arts Magazine, October 1980, p 39. Color illustration.
[Show at Frumkin-Struve Gallery]. Gallery Guide Chicago Midwest, October 1984, p 9.
[Landscape show at Kerr Gallery]. Gallery Guide New York, May 1986, p 53. Color illustration.
[Reed Stremmel Gallery].. The Domain (a Texas-monthly), Fall 1988, p. 58. Color illustration.
[Show at R H Love Gallery]. Art in America, June 1992, p 28. Color illustration.
(Show at New.World Gallery]. Anguilla Life, Summer-Fall 1992, p 1. Color illustration.
modern and contemporary paintings, drawings, and sculpture. Sotheby's New York, 17 July 1981, p 165. "Table of plenty," oil on board, 18 x 2O, 1975.
Christie's London, 6 December 1983, item 588. "Star Gazers," oil on canvas, 50x6O, 1980.
Christie"s New York, 13 September 1989. "Night Landscape with Three Campers," oil on board, 10x8, 1975.
Rhino Horn. Introduction by Peter Fingesten. Published by Norman Shaefer, Custombook, Inc.
Rhino Horn. Introduction by D Stephen Pepper. Published by Norman Shaefer, Custombook, Inc.
Festival of German arts. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1970.
III bienal international del deporte en las bellas artes. Barcelona, Spain, 1971.
32nd biennal exhibition of contemporary American painting. Corcoran Gallery, Washington, 1971.
Counter currents: The new humanism. Gallery Association of New York State, 1974.
Portrait painting 1970-1975. Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, 1975.
Self-portraits. Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, 1976.
CAPS awards in visual art. New York, 1976.
U.S_ contemporary artists. Les Ateliers du Grand Hornu Galerie d'Art, Brussels, 1976.
Younger artists. The Artists, choice museum, New York, 1980.
The human figure. Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, 1982.
74th American exhibition. Art Institute of Chicago, 1982.
The Frito-Lay Collection, Dallas, 1982.
Bodies and souls. The Artists, Choice Museum, New York, 1983.
The apocalyptic vision: Four new imagists. Galleri Bellman, New York, 1983.
Victims and violations. Contemporary Arts Center, New. Orleans, 1983.
Venice biennale. Venice, Italy, 1984.
Painting and sculpture today. Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1984.
The Artists, Choice museum: The first eight years. The Artists' Choice Museum, New York, 1984.
Current thinking. Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, 1987.
Art and the law: Commemorating the bicentennial of the Constitution. West Publishing Company, St. Paul, 1987.
Vision and dialog. Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge, 1988.
The unquiet landscape. Arts Club of Chicago, 1989.
A different war: Vietnam in art. whatcom museum of Art and History, Bellingham, Washington, 1990.
Artists of conscience: Sixteen years of social and political commentary. The Alternative Museum,. New York, 1991. Stars and stripe forever: The flag in contemporary American art. R H Love Gallery Chicago, 1992.
Transforming the Western image in twentieth-century American art. Palm Springs Desert museum, 1992.
Peter Dean: Recent paintings. Allan Stone Gallery, 1970.
Peter Dean: Recent paintings. Galleri Bellman, New York, 1984.
Peter Dean. North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, 1989.
Peter Dean: A retrospective. The Alternative Museum, New York, 1990.
Peter Dean: Blazing paint. University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, 1991.
Peter Dean: Paintings and stories. University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, 1992.
Peter Dean: Paintings. R H Love Contemporary, Chicago, 1992.
Everything's a verb. Debra Marquart. New River Press, 1995.
New River Press Catalog. 1995.
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian InstitutionMicrofilms, papers, letters and records.