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Jack B Yeats: Drawings & Illustrations
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Bibliography

Exhibit Items

Arnold, B. (1998). Jack Yeats. New Haven: Yale University Press.

A.E. (George Russell). (1903). The nuts of knowledge, lyrical poems old and new by A.E. Dublin: Dun Emer Press.

Beckett, S. (1971). MacGreevy on Yeats. In R. McHugh (Ed.), Jack B. Yeats: a centenary gathering (71-74). Dublin: The Dolmen Press.

Birmingham, G. A. (1913). Irishmen all: with twelve colour illustrations by Jack B. Yeats. New York: The Frederick A. Stokes Company.

Hyde, D. (1906). Abhráin diadha chúige Connacht (The religious songs of Connacht). London: T.F. Unwin.

Hyde, D. (1904). The Love Songs of Connacht... Dublin: The Cuala Press.

Lynch, P. (1934). The turf-cutter’s donkey: an Irish story of mystery and adventure. London: J.M. Dent and Sons Ltd.

Lynd, R. (1912). Rambles in Ireland. London: Mills & Boon, Ltd.

Marriott, E. (1911).  Jack B. Yeats: his pictorial and dramatic art. London: Elkin Matthews.

MacGreevy, T. (1945). Jack B. Yeats: an appreciation and an interpretation. Dublin: Victor Waddington Publications, Ltd.

Miller, L. (1973). The Dun Emer Press, later the Cuala Press. Dublin: The Dolmen Press.

National Book League. (1973). The Cuala Press 1903-1973. Dublin: The Dolmen Press.

O’Kelly, S. (1918). Ranns & ballads. Dublin: The Candle Press.

O’Kelly, S. [1919?]. The weaver’s grave. Dublin: The Talbot Press.

Pyle, H. (1994). The different worlds of Jack B. Yeats: his cartoons and illustrations. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.

Synge, J. M. (1911). The Aran Islands: with drawings by Jack B. Yeats. Boston: John W. Luce and Company.

Yeats, J. B. (1971). A little book of drawings: gathered from “A Broadside.” Dublin: The Cuala Press.

Yeats, J. B. (1903). The shops at Christmastime. In S. J. Richardson (Ed.), The Gael (p.424). New York: The Gael Publishing Co.

Yeats, J. B. (1904). The woman who knew Raftery the poet. In S. J. Richardson (Ed.), The Gael (p.152). New York: The Gael Publishing Co.

Yeats, J. B. [1905]. The bosun and the bob-tailed comet. London: Elkin Matthews.

Yeats, J. B. (1908-1915). A Broadside for... Dublin: The Cuala Press.

Yeats, J. B. (1912). Life in the west of Ireland. Dublin: Maunsel and Co. Ltd.

Yeats, J. B. (1933). Sailing, sailing swiftly. London: Putnam.

Yeats, J. B. (1943). La la noo. Dublin, Ireland, The Cuala Press.

Yeats, J. B. (1947). The careless flower. London: The Pilot Press.

Yeats, J. B. (1964). In sand. Dublin: Dolmen Press.

Yeats, J. B. (1974). The charmed life. London: Routledge & K. Paul.

Yeats, W. B. (1902). The Celtic twilight. London: A. H. Bullen.

Yeats, W. B. (1938). On the boiler. Dublin: The Cuala Press.

References

Arnold, B. (1969). Irish art: a concise history. New York: Thames & Hudson.

Arnold, B. (1998). Jack Yeats. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Barrett, C. & Sheehy, J. (1996).  Visual arts & society, 1900-21. In W. E. Vaughan (Ed.), A new history of Ireland: VI, Ireland under the union, II, 1870-1921 (475-498). Oxford: Claredon Press.

Connolly, S. J. (Ed.), (2002). The Oxford companion to Irish history. New York: Oxford University Press.

McGuinness, N. A. (1992). The literary universe of Jack B. Yeats. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.

McHugh, R. (Ed.), (1971). Jack B. Yeats: a centenary gathering. Dublin: The Dolmen Press.

Mercer, V. (1996).  Literature in English. In W. E. Vaughan (Ed.), A new history of Ireland: VI, Ireland under the union, II, 1870-1921 (357-381). Oxford: Claredon Press.

Miller, L. (1971).  A brief account of the Cuala Press formerly the Dun Emer Press, founded by Elizabeth Corbett Yeats in 1903. Dublin: The Cuala Press.

Miller, L. (1973). The Cuala Press: an exhibition held in Trinity College, Dublin to celebrate the anniversary the seventieth anniversary of the Cuala Press. Dublin: The Dolmen Press.

Pyle, H. (1970). Jack B. Yeats: a biography. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Pyle, H. (1991). My unshatterable friend of clay: fantasy in the paintings of Jack B. Yeats. In D. E. Morse and C. Betha, (Eds.), More real than reality: the fantastic in Irish literature and the arts.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Pyle, H. (1993). Jack B. Yeats: His watercolours, drawings and pastels. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.

Pyle, H. (1994). The different worlds of Jack B. Yeats: his cartoons and illustrations. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.

Scott, Y. (Ed.). (2008). Jack B. Yeats: old and new departures. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Tinney, D. (Ed.). (1998). Jack B. Yeats at The Niland Gallery Sligo. Sligo: Sligo County Library.

Welch, R. (Ed.). (2000). Birmingham, George A.  In The concise Oxford companion to Irish literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Oxford Reference Online. Villanova University.  4 November 2009  http://www.oxfordreference.com/views/ENTRY.html?subview=Main&entry=t55.e187

Welch, R. (Ed). (2000). Raiftearaí, Antoine. In The concise Oxford companion to Irish literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Oxford Reference Online. Villanova University. 6 November 2009  http://www.oxfordreference.com/views/ENTRY.html?subview=Main&entry=t55.e2042

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