K. Baker, "What set Bay Area painters apart in '60s," San Francisco Chronicle, 24 January 2009, p. E3.
C. Lewallen, MATRIX Berkeley, 1978-1998, Berkeley, 1998, n.p.
P. Plagens, Sunshine Muse: Contemporary Art on the West Coast, New York, 1974, p. 38, fig. 18 (illustrated in color).
E. Thomas, MATRIX Berkeley: A Changing Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Berkeley, 2009, p. 85 (illustrated in color).
Carbondale, Southern Illinois University; East Lansing, Michigan State University; Northfield, Carleton College; Winnipeg, University of Manitoba; Gainesville, University of Florida; Huntington, Marshall College; San Francisco Museum of Art; Portland Art Museum; Seattle, University of Washington, Henry Gallery; Long Beach Municipal Art Center; Tucson Fine Arts Association; Atlanta Public Library; Laurel, Lauren Rogers Library and Museum of Art; Kalamazoo, Western Michigan College; Pittsburg, Kansas State Teachers College, Young American Painters, September 1956-July 1958.
London, Tate Gallery, Painting and Sculpture of a Decade, 54-64, April-June 1964, p. 199, no. 243 (illustrated).
Berkeley, University of California, University Art Museum, Richard Diebenkorn: MATRIX Berkeley 40, January-March 1981.
San Francisco, John Berggruen Gallery, Abstract and Figurative: Highlights of Bay Area Painting, January-February 2009, pp. 34-35, pl. 12 (illustrated in color).