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||A man in jodphurs and a woman in a swimsuit are in a large living room; a Katz painting
of a man lighting a woman's cigarette is prominent in the background.
||Advertisement for Calvin Klein and John Bartlett
||Page from an unidentified magazine features a charcoal drawing of a woman's head, shown in profile, against a gold background. Katz's signature is evident in the lower right
||This brochure, published by the Margeurite Lamy Gallery in Paris, features several photographs of paintings by Katz which hang in the gallery.
||Galerie Margeurite Lamy brochure
||Galerie Marguerite Lamy
||Features 10 Katz paintings: "Vincent," 2000; "Jessica," 2000; "Ramone," 2000; "Jacqueline," 2000; "Nabil," 2000; "Stuart," 2000; "Merlin," 2000; "Vivien," 2000; "Ena," 2000; "Ada," 2000.
||New York Contemporary Art Report
||A photograph of the interior design of a home includes an image of Alez Katz's Woman
in the Woods, which is hanging on the wall in the background.
|House and Garden Magazine
||"Woman in the Woods"
||Features detail of Katz's painting "The Red Smile."
||Whitney Membership Benefits brochure
||Whitney Museum of Amercian Art
||Features one of Katz's portraits of Ada, wearing a scoop-neck black shirt, standing in front of trees. Her hair is long and greying in the front, and she looks directly at the viewer.
||The Muse Ada Katz (A/K/A Mrs. Alex Katz)
||Katz painting of Lois Dodd and her son
||"Near Slab City, Maine..."
||Article with photographs of fashion models posing in front of various Katz paintings.
||New York Times Magazine
||Women are the Fashion of the Times
||Cover of this issue of "Time" features a portrait of John Updike painted by Alex Katz.
||Going Great at 50: Writer John Updike
||One of Katz's paintings of a cocktail party used as cover image
||New York Magazine
||Friendship in the City
||Drawing by Katz of women in bathing suits featured on front of invitation
||Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture
||Anniversary Awards Dinner
||Cover features Katz's drawing of the Statue of Liberty in white pencil against a
|New York Times Magazine
||The World of New York
||Article features various paintings by Katz
||Why Good Parents Have Bad Kids
||Drawing by Alex Katz of flowers in red ink against a white background; his signature
is evident in the lower right corner
||Drawing of Flowers
||Various Katz paintings used throughout magazine as illustrations
||Esquire, Vol. 4, No. 6
||New York: Manhattan Style
||Brief blurb about short basketball players, featuring Katz's "Basketball," 1991
||The Short of It
||Advertisement for Concord Watches featuring a photo of Alex Katz, sitting in a chair
in front of his painting, "Eileen."
||Concord Watch Advertisement
||This Gap advertisment features a black and white photograph of Alex Katz in a
long black coat, against a grey background.
|The New Yorker
||Self-Portrait in Gap pocket-t by Alex Katz
||Features reproduction of Katz's "Ada in Aqua," 1963.
||In Memory: Frederick R. Weisman
||Brochure features a large, full-color reproduction of Katz's painting "The Walk," 1994.
||Atlantic Center for the Arts brochure
||Atlantic Center for the Arts
||This list of books about art for children includes a book titled "Looking at Paintings: Dogs." The cover of this book is a Katz painting of his dog, Sunny.
||Art Start: An Introduction for Children
||Brochure of PaineWebber art collection includes Katz's "Good Morning"
||PaineWebber Art Collection
||Portrait of Mary Tyler Moore by Alex Katz, November 1996
||New York Times Magazine
||The Girls Next Door
||Alex Katz January Morning, 1992
||sponsored by Credit Suisse
||Brochure, Birth of the Cool group show at the Kunsthaus Museum, 1997
||Clipping from German newspaper featuring Katz's "January Morning," 1992
||Sch�n und k�hl: "Birth of the Cool" im Kunsthaus
||Summer calendar features detail of Katz's "The Green Cap" on cover
||National Gallery of Art, Washington
||Detail of Katz painting of woman in red hat and jacket featured on magazine cover
||Painting: A Case of 20th Century Decline?
||Advertisements for the movie "Your Friends & Neighbors" featuring a few Katz paintings
on the ads.
|New York Times
||Your Friends & Neighbors
||Movie advertisement features Katz's work
||New York Times
||Your Friends & Neighbors
||Subscription offer features a small reproduction of a painting by Katz
||Art in American
||Article features Katz's "Up in the Bleachers" and "Thursday Night #2"
||Article features Katz's "Boy with Branch 2," 1975-76
||Sit Back, Relax & Enjoy!
||Black and white reproduction of painting featuring "Alex Katz at Colby" catalogue in the foreground
||Art New England
||Katz at Colby
||"Round Hill 1977" features 5 figures seated or lying on a beach; foreground figure is back to the viewer. "Self Portrait (Cigarette)" is a young Katz in a dark suit and holding a cigarette.
||Images of Katz's "Round Hill 1977" & "Self Portrait (Cigarette) 1957"
||Photograph of Joel Shapiro and Ellen Phelan in their apartment, surrounded by works of art;
a large Katz portrait of a young man with dark hair is visible in the lower left corner of the background.
|ARTNews article by Valerie Steiker
||From Khmer to Kiki Smith
|| 6 images of Ada Katz , wearing a black dress. Five figures are standing, one is seated; a painting of a man in a suit is visible along right edge.
||S�ddeutsche Zeitung SZ Extra
||Image of Ada Six Times
||Reproduction of Katz's "Pari," which features the face of a young blonde woman against a black background.
||New York Times article by Grace Glueck
||Treasure Trail in Maine, A Rugged Muse
||Katz's painting of eight dancers against a black background is featured on one page of this magazine.
||The article features a pen and ink portrait of Frank Rich, from the shoulders up,
drawn by Alex Katz.
||View Man: Frank Rich by Maer Roshan
||Katz painting of five people having a picnic; the woman closest to the viewer sits back-to, with her black hair tied back.
||The Times (published in UK)
||...to pack the corkscrew
||Katz painting of house with red roof behind trees featured on magazine cover
||The Berlin Journal
||Advertisement for Christie's features a detail of Katz's painting "January IV."
||New York Times
||Advertisement for Organic Grooves party includes a reproduction of one of Katz's
cocktail party paintings
||Cover page for The Times Literary Supplement
||Times Literary Supplement
||Detail of Red Coat
||Portrait by Katz of Kate Moss against a green background
||Portfolio of Kate Moss by Artists & Photographers
||Photograph of architect Daniel Libeskind; a Katz portrait of Ada is visible in the background.
||Der Architekt mit den Cowboystiefeln
||Photograph of Georgina Brandolini with Katz painting in background
Volume 33, Issue 2
||An image of Katz's "Zac Posen" painting is used in an article about contemporary fashion.
||The New York Times Magazine, Fashions of the Times, Part 2/ Spring 2004
||Article on Yvonne Force Villareal features Katz's portrait of Force: "Yvonne in Isaac Mizrahi," 1994
||Alex Katz-12 Paintings
||Pace Wildenstein ad
||NY Times (page E 28
||Article by Verlyn Klinkenborg features a Katz� image of� "Autumn Rhapsody."
||Town and Coutry Travel Magazine,� Fall 2004, Vol. 2, No. 3
||An article that features the Alez Katz image, "Mae."
||Vogue Deutsch, October 2004, Vol.1, no. 25
||The cover features the Katz's portrait of a man wearing a white-collared shirt on a green background.
||Relax Magazine (Japanese)
||Cover page with portrait of man in a white-collared shirt.
||Katz's portrait of Natalia Vodianova is used in the "Intelligencer" section of the magazine to advertise for the "W Portraits" being shown at Pace Wildenstein.
||New York Magazine
||"Natalia Vodianova" Portrait
||An image of Katz's "The Realized Work" is included in an article.
||Posh Magazine, Dec. 2004, Issue 2, no. 8, p. 67
||The Realized Work
||An article about living with art includes a photograph of the interior of a home where
Katz's painting of "The Red Dance" is hung on the wall.
|Dallas Home Design Magazine, Jan. 2005, vol. 5, no. 5, p. 12
||"The Red Dance"
||The cover of the journal includes the Alex Katz image of "Ada in a Purple Dress" along
with a brief description on the back cover.
|Trusteeship, March/April 2005, Vol. 13, No. 2
||Title page with image of "Ada in a Purple Dress"
||A newspaper clipping giving the listing of local events includes a Katz image to advertise current exhibits at the CAC Malaga.
||Ciudadanos Malaga, p. 87
||Katz's portrait of "Rudy" is used in the title of an article in the "Arts and Entertainment"
section of the newspaper, about currently showing exhibits in six different states.
|Boston Globe, Sunday Edition, pages N6
||An article about poet Robert Creeley illustrated with image of� Katz's portrait of Creeley.
||Creeley Tribute Held at Farnsworth
||Cover include Katz image of "Vincent and Sunny"� in lower left corner.
||How Artists Decide What to Keep, What to Sell, and What to Buy Back
||Cover is an image of "Sunny #4," and included in the contents page is a brief
biography about Alez Katz.
|JAVMA - Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol. 226, Number 9
||An image of a Katz painting is used in the background of a page featuring purple violets
on a green background.
|Elle Decor Magazine, Dec. 2005, no. 122, p. 156
||An image of a Katz painting of many people is used in an advertisement for the magazine.
||Bomb Magazine, Winter 2005-6, no. 94, p. 37
||Katz image - nude female in front of yellow background
||Monica de C�rdenas Galleria advertisement
||Picture of Black Scarf in a brochure for New York Fine Art Pring Week
||Picture of Swamp Maple in the National Gallery of Art
||National Gallery of Art 2008 Annual Report
||Katz painting in background of picture in article
||Brother, Can you Spare a Painting?
||Alex Katz paintings in Burkhard Eikelmann gallery
||"Big Red Smile"
||MoMA Mother's Day handout