Signature


Richard Kozlow's paintings are always signed with his
last name only and only in all-capital letters. Signatures
were placed either at the bottom-left or bottom-right,
whichever worked best with the painting.

Related Sites & Bibliography



  • Who's Who in American Art 2008

  • Annals of Vascular Surgery, January 2008. Painting on cover: Self-Portrait 2004. Article about the artist on page 4.

  • 100 Select Works from Wayne State University Art Collection,, Project Director & Curator: Richard J Bilitis, 2003.

  • Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institutions

  • An Inspirational Body Of Work, the Fine Art of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mighigan, compiled by www.artservemichigan.org/.

  • Butler Institute of American Art

  • More than Words: The Art of the Illustrated Letter, 2005, Princeton Architectural Press in conjunction with Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institutions.   Find on Amazon.com   Read Kozlow's illustrated letter.

  • Visions of Michigan   Describes the Michigan Library and Historical Center and Kozlow's "North Woods" commission.

  • Complete Guide to Acrylic Painting, by Wendon Blake

  • Of Man's Inhumanity to Man, Richard Kozlow, Author/Illustrator. Lark Press 1965 click to read Preface

  • Victims, a catalogue of Richard Kozlow's Victims/Holocaust series. Introduction by the artist.

  • JAMA (Journal of American Medical Assoc), Blue Wave, painting on cover, artist's biography by L. Feinberg.

  • Landscape Painting of Richard Kozlow, by Louise Bruner in American Artist Magazine.

  • Painting in Acrylic, by Guitierres-Rawkes.

  • To Life: The Art of Richard Kozlow, by Aimee Ergas, Journal of Michigan Jewish History, 2004 edition. Download Vol44.pdf

  • Prize-Winning Paintings, Abstract Edition Book IV, Margaret Harold compiler. pulished circa 1963.

  • Wikipedia


Acquisitions

Some recent and older Kozlow works are available for purchase through his studio.