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Agnes Etherington Art Centre. From women's eyes : women painters in Canada : Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, 12 Dec. 1975 to 1 Feb. 1976. Dorothy Farr and Natalie Luckyj. Kingston [Ont.] : The Art Centre, c1975. 81 p.
Canadian Library Association. Canadian biographies : artists, authors and musicians. [Ottawa : s.n.], 1952.  p.
Contemporary Canadian artists. Toronto: Gale Canada, c1997. 627 p. Also available online as part of : CPI.Q
Les femmes artistes du Canada = Women artists in Canada [online]. Pham Van Khanh, c2000. [Cited May 30, 2002]. Access: http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/waic/index.html
Graham, Mayo. Some Canadian women artists = Quelques artistes canadiennes. Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, 1975. 112 p.
Inuit women artists : voices from Cape Dorset. Edited by Odette Leroux, Marion E. Jackson, and Minnie Aodla Freeman. 1st pbk ed. San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1996, c1994. 253 p. Also published in French, entitled Femmes artistes inuit : échoes de Cape Dorset
Lambton, Gunda. Stealing the show : seven women artists in Canadian public art. Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, 1994. 215 p.
LeBourhis, Jean Paul. Cinquante artistes de chez-nous. Préface d'André Bachand. Montréal : Galerie d'art Les Deux B, c1983. 357 p.
Luckyj, Natalie. Visions and victories : 10 Canadian women artists 1914-1945. London, [Ont.] : London Regional Art Gallery, . 112 p. Also published in French, entitled Visions et triomphes : les oeuvres de dix artistes canadiennes, 1914-1945
Lugus, Merike ; Anderson, Rod. Canadian artists on the web. [online]. Northumberland Hills, Cobourg, Ontario, 1995-2002. [Cited May 30, 2002]. Access: www.canadianartistsontheweb.ca/
MacDonald, Colin S. A dictionary of Canadian artists. 3rd ed. Ottawa : Canadian paperbacks pub., 1975, c. 1967- . 7 vols. (2427 p.). Vol. 1, A-F, was revised and expanded in its fifth ed., 1997. Vol. 7 is a first ed., 1990
McKendry, Blake. The new a to z of Canadian art. Kingston, Ont. : B. McKendry, c2001. 399 p.
McMann, Evelyn de Rostaing. Royal Canadian Academy of Arts / Académie royale des arts du Canada : exhibitions and members, 1880-1979. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c1981. 451 p.
Meadowcroft, Barbara. Painting friends : the Beaver Hall women painters. Montreal : Véhicule Press, c1999. 240 p.
National Gallery of Canada. Artists in Canada [online]. [Cited May 30, 2002]. Access: www.chin.gc.ca/English/Reference_Library/Aich/index.html. Also published in French, entitled Artistes au Canada
____. Canadian art. Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, 1988- . 2 vols. (414 ; 401 p.). Also published in French, entitled Art canadien
____. Cybermuse [online]. The National Gallery of Canada, 2000. [Cited May 30, 2002]. Available in English and French. Access: http://cybermuse.gallery.ca
Newlands, Anne. Canadian art : from its beginnings to 2000. Willowdale, Ont. : Firefly Books, 2000. 355 p.
North American women artists of the twentieth century : a biographical dictionary. Edited by Jules Heller and Nancy G. Heller. New York : Garland, 1995. 612 p.
The Saskatoon Women's Calendar Collective. Herstory : an exhibition : arts & gallery [online]. Digital Collections : Schoolnet, . [Cited May 30, 2002]. Also available in French. Access: http://library2.usask.ca/herstory/
Smart, Patricia. Les femmes du Refus global. Montréal : Boréal, 1998. 334 p.
Tippett, Maria. By a lady : celebrating three centuries of art by Canadian women. Toronto : Viking, 1992. 226 p.
Williams, Cam. Women in history [online]. Last Revised March 12, 2000. [Cited May 30, 2002]. Access: www.niagara.com/~merrwill/