By William Dutterer

“Attavism: Reversion to a Primitive Type or State,” Tattooing on the East Coast, June 10, 2005, Vol. 1, No. 2.

Selected Books and Catalogues

Westfall, Stephen, Christian Viveros-Faune, and Caitlin Tucker-Melvin. William S. Dutterer. The William S. Dutterer Trust, 2019.

Wright, Rosemary, Ingrid Pimsner, Jamie Johnson-Dutterer, Lou Joseph, and Caitlin Tucker-Melvin. Humanoid Boogy: The Works of William S. Dutterer. Baltimore: Maryland Institute College of Art, 2014.

Rasmussen, Jack, et al. True Dutterer: The Work of William S. Dutterer. Washington, D.C.: American University Museum, 2007.

Vanderlip, Diane Perry. Collection in Progress: 200 or So Selections from the Collection of Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick. Philadelphia, PA: Moore College of Art Gallery, 1997.

Henry, Gerrit, and Carola van den Houten. Contemporary Nudes. New York: One Penn Plaza, 1989

Nygren, Edward J., and Linda Crocker Simmons. American Masters: Works on Paper from the Corcoran Gallery. Washington, DC: The Corcoran Gallery of Art and SITES, 1986.

Einreinhofer, Nancy. Drawings from the Collection of Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick. Philadelphia: Ben Shahn Galleries, William Patterson College, 1980.

Cain, Frederick, and Gene A. Schott. An American Flower Show. Sandwich, MA: Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, 1980.

Long, Glenn A. Recent Acquisitions: January 1977-December 1978. Charleston, WV: Sunrise Museum, 1979.

Slade, Roy. The Corcoran & Washington Art. Washington, DC: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1976.

Slade, Roy. 34th Biennial of Contemporary American Painting. Washington, DC: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1975.

Strelow, Hans. Prospect 73: Painters. Dusseldorf: Kunsthalle, 1973.

Osuna, Ramon, and Luis Lastra. Dibujos/Washington: 1972.

Guatemala City: Instituto Guatemalteco Americano, 1972.

Danese, Renato. Washington Art. SUNY Potsdam: State University at Potsdam, 1971.

Parkhurst, Charles, and Johnson. Washington: Twenty Years. Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1970.

Wagstaff, Samuel. Other Ideas. Detroit: The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1969.

Provincetown Art Association. First 1964 Show. Provincetown, MA, 1964.


Viveros-Faune, Christian, “Bill Dutterer: A Life in Pictures,” William S. Dutterer, 2019.

Wright, Rosemary: “Hommage of von Dutts,” Kawasaki Journal of Medical Welfare, 2009, Vol. 14, No. 20.

Gopal, George: “Washington D.C.’s Katzen Arts Center, located on the campus of American University, recently celebrated an Afghan-inspired retrospective…” Voice of America, August 9, 2007.

Lang, Doug: “True Dutterer,”, July 17, 2007

Gopal, Sriram: “New Summer Shows @ The Katzen Arts Center,”, July 2, 2007.

Welzenbach, Michael: “Weight and Wit,” Washington Post, January 27, 1990.

Swift, Mary: “William Dutterer,” Washington Review, Dec 1988/Jan 1989.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Washington’s Bad Case of Cultural Amnesia,” Washington Star, April 24, 1988.

Brenson, Michael: “Critics’ Choices,” The New York Times, December 13, 1987.

Ruhe, Barnaby: “Thea, McMillan, Dutterer, Kahlo, Gravity,” Art World, March 1, 1983.

Fleming, Lee: “Beyond Refinement: Washington, D. C. 1980,” Survey 80, Winter 1980/81.

Washington Review: “Art Reviews: Twenty-Five Washington Artists: Realism and Representation, and the Laundry Show: Images of January 1980,” April-May, 1980.

Swift, Mary: “Talking with William Dutterer,” Washington Review, Oct-Nov 1979.

Forgey, Benjamin: (gallery reviews), Washington Star, August 19, 1979.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Around the Galleries: A Survey of New Group Shows for Washington’s Summer,” Washington Star, July 16, 1978.

Johnson, Lincoln, F: “Hartigan’s Students Go Their Own Way,” Baltimore Sun, May 19, 1977.

Gold, Barbara: “Hartigan and Friends Avoid Rigid Imitation,” May 8, 1977.

Tannous, David: “Galleries: New Mastery, Old Techniques, Fresh Concepts,” Washington Star, December 19, 1976.

Richard, Paul: “American Dreams Unfolding,” Washington Post, November 27, 1976.

Washington Calendar Magazine: [Listings of Galleries and Museums,] November 1976.

Forgey, Benjamin: “The 34th Corcoran Biennial: Renewed Vitality and a Celebration of Painting,” Artnews, May 1975.

Artforum: “34th Corcoran Biennial of Contemporary American Painting,” May 1975.

Robbins, Daniel: “Daniel Robbins on Art,” The New Republic, May 1975.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Sizing up Corcoran’s Really Big Show,” Washington Star, March 30, 1975.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Corcoran Show is Mostly Big,” Washington Star, February 21, 1975.

Mitchell, Henry: “And All the Pilgrims Came, Corcoran 34th Biennial,” Washington Post, February 1, 1975.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Grant, Chief Curator for Corcoran,” Washington Star, January 24, 1975.

Richard, Paul: “The Complex and Costly Corcoran Biennial,” Washington Post, January 16, 1975.

Forgey, Benjamin: “deLooper Older—and Better,” Washington Star-News, April 29, 1974.

Baro, Gene: “Examining Apparent Irreconcilablves,” Washington Post, April 23, 1974.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Overcoming Art Cramp,” Washington Star-News, September 18, 1973.

Richard, Paul. “Revolting, the the Sense of Revolution,” Washington Post, June 1, 1969.

Forgey, Benjamin: “Chromium Walls, Strobes, Big Bulky Boxes,” Washington Star, June 1, 1969.