The Art of William Woodward


Selected Bibliography

1961 July 25. Un Americain en Bretagne, Rene Pichavent (Le Telegramme)

1963 August 3. Camaret: Avec Nos Amis Les Artistes, René Leboutin (Le Telegramme)

1966 October 23. Artist Refuses to Non-Conform, Leroy Aarons (The Washington Post)

1967 January. Washington Mannerists, or the Foresight to Look Backward, Rafael Squirru (Americas; Vol. 19, No. 1)

1969 May 4. Woodward’s Stubborn Fight Against the Tide, Benjamin Forgey (The Washington Star)

1969 December 10. The Washington Scene: Some Preliminary Notes on the Development of Art in Washington, DC, Legrace Benson (Art International; Vol. 13)

1971 May. Woodward at Hirschl & Adler (The New Yorker)

1971 May 17. Realism Back in Art? Sarah Booth Conroy (The Washington Post)

1971 August 14. William Woodward, Le Peintre Americain, Rene Pichavent (Le Telegramme)

1971 November 10. Washington’s Most Skillful Painters, Paul Richard (The Washington Post)

1974 May 13. Alive With Knowledge, Translated from Eye to Hand, Benjamin Forgey (The Washington Star)

1975 January 19. Two Artists, Two Perspectives on the Nature of Life, Georgia Dupris (Palm Beach Post Times)

1976 December. William Woodward: Traditional Themes, Modern Methods, Jill Wechsler (American Artist)

1977 March 16. Washington Nous Envoyer Ses Eleves de Beaux Arts, René Leboutin (Le Telegramme)

1979. Arte de America: 25 Anos de Critica, Rafael Squirru (Ediciones Gaglianone, Buenos Aires)

1981 February 11. Sun Drenched Seclusion, Jo Ann Lewis (The Washington Post)

1982 April 21. Local Artist Chosen to do Rockville Mural (The Washington Post)

1985 March 2. Bolder Boulders, Jo Ann Lewis (The Washington Post)

1985 March 7. Artist Likes Area’s Seclusion, Kathy Dyson (The Fauquier Times Democrat)

1980 May 15. Is It an Art Gallery or a Restaurant, or Simply a Little of Both? Benjamin Forgey (The Washington Star)

1980 August 19. Restaurant Nudes Left Undraped By VA Authorities, Thomas Grubisich (Washington Post)

1984 July 26. William Woodward, Le Peintre de Washington, Rene Pichavent (Le Telegramme de Brest et le Ouest)

1984. 49 Artistas de las Americas un ltinerario Poetico, Rafael Squirru (Ediciones Gaglianone, Buenos Aires)

1985 September. Washington’s Hottest Artists, Nichols Coleman (Washingtonian)

1985. Making Art in Washington: The Washington Show, Benjamin Forgey (Catalog of The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

1989 March 24. Coincidence of Design? Bill McAllister (The Washington Post)

1989 June. New Designer Emerges, John Iddings (Coinage Magazine)

1990 December 29. William Woodward at Fendrick Gallery (The Washington Post)

1991. Commemorative Coins of the United States, Q. David Bowers (Bowers and Merena Galleries, Inc.)

1992 March. Coming, The Greatest Mural on Earth, Madeleine Schwartz (American Artist)

1992 June 25. Integrating Art and Life, Mary McCoy (The Washington Post)

1992-93 Winter. Bill Woodward’s Big Art, Theresa Reynolds. (Fauquier Magazine; Vol. 5, No. 12)

1995 March. William Woodward’s Seven Deadly Sins, Connie Sprague (The Fauquier Citizen)

1996 June. A Long View of Medicine, Jean Geddes (The Washington Post)

1996 July. Larger Than Life: The Intrigue of Giant Paintings, Carmi Weingrod (American Artist)

1996 November 11. William Woodward at Mickelson Gallery, Tom Harney (The Washington Daily News)

1998. The Best of Sketching and Drawing, Terry Sullivan (Rockport Publishers)

2000 October 12. William Woodward: An artist, an anachronism and a charismatic teacher, Mary Beth Martin (The Fauquier Citizen)

2000 Winter. William Woodward’s Ringling Circus Mural (The Georgetown University Alumni Newsletter)

2001-2002. Thomas Balch Library Mural: A Loudoun County Story (Friends of The Thomas Balch Library marquee)

2002 Summer. Professor William Woodward Brings Christo and Jeanne-Claude (The Georgetown University Newsletter)

2002 November 1. History as Art, Balch Ball to Unveil History Mural, Rachel Thompson and Charles Poland (The Journal of Loudoun County)

2013 Summer. Mural, mural on the wall, Betsy Burke Parker (Piedmont Business Journal)

2017 Winter. William Woodward: The Seven Deadly Sins (American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center)

2018 October 26. William Woodward’s Natural Beauty, Laurence Jarvik (

2019 April 5. William Woodward, Mark Jenkins (The Washington Post)

2021 May 30. Washington’s Little Inn That Could, Howie Kahn (Wall Street Journal Magazine)