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Published statements and writings by the artist
‘Conversation Piece: Graham Crowley, Christopher Hamer’, Arnolfini Review, Bristol, November-December 1977
‘Alan Miller in conversation with Graham Crowley and Stephen Farthing’, Alan Miller: selected paintings 1974-1984, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 1984
Artist’s statement, The Image as Catalyst: the younger generation of British figurative painters, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1984
Interview, ‘Under the Shadow’, FIRES, London, 1 (summer 1986)
Artist’s statement, John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 15, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Liverpool, 1987
Artist’s statement, Riverscape: four international artist residencies, River Trees, Cleveland, Cleveland Arts, Middlesbrough, 1993
Artist’s statement, John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 18, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 1993
Preface, A walk to the Marshes: paintings by Julian Perry, Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, 1995
‘Artist’s Eye: Graham Crowley’, Art Review, November 1998
Artist’s statement, John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 24, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 2006
Foreword, Precious Things: a selection of contemporary painting, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland, 2008
Interview with John Reardon, ch-ch-ch-changes: interviews with artists who teach, Ridinghouse, London, 2009

Artist’s book and illustration editions
Cover drawing, Artscribe, 40 (April 1983)
Gogol’s The Overcoat: Drawings by G.N. Crowley, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1984
Christopher Isherwood and Edward Upward, The Mortmere Stories, Enitharmon Press, London, 1994 (limited edition)
Stuart Hood, Marquis de Sade for Beginners, Icon Books, London, 1995

One-man exhibition publications
Brandon Taylor, ‘Graham Crowley’s new painting’, Graham Crowley: paintings and drawings, AIR Gallery, London, 1982
Marco Livingstone, Graham Crowley: Home Comforts, Museum of Modern Art, Oxord, 1983
Martin Holman, Graham Crowley: Table Manners, Stephen Farthing: Humble Friends (exhibition guide), Edward Totah Gallery, London, 1984
William Feaver, ‘Foreword’, Graham Crowley: In Living Memory, Orchard Gallery, Derry, 1987
Graham Crowley: Somewhere Else, Edward Totah Gallery, London, 1991
Andrew Lambirth, Graham Crowley: The Flower Show, Lamont Gallery, London, 1998
Andrew Lambirth, Graham Crowley: Familiar Ground, Beaux Arts, London, 2001
Andrew Lambirth, ‘The Evolution of an Artist’, Graham Crowley: are you serious?, Ipswich Borough Council, 2002
William Feaver, ‘New paintings’, Graham Crowley, Beaux Arts, London, 2002
John Slyce, ‘Sketches in Carberry: Graham Crowley’s Calligraphy in the landscape’, Graham Crowley, Beaux Arts, London, 2005

Selected books and publications
Ian Kirkwood, Graham Crowley: drawings and paintings (exhibition guide), Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic Art Gallery, 1978
Robert Ayers, Playing Live (exhibition catalogue), The Loseby Gallery, Leicester, 1984
Marco Livingstone, ‘Graham Crowley’, The Proper Study: Contemporary figurative paintings from Britain (exhibition catalogue), British Council, London, 1984
Sheena Wagstaff (ed.),  Comic Iconoclasm (exhibition catalogue), Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1987
Brandon Taylor, ‘Critical Realism’, Critical Realism: Britain in the 1980s (exhibition catalogue), Nottingham Castle Museum, 1987
Teresa Gleadowe and Kim Winter (eds.), Cried and Whispers: new works for the British Council collection, British Council, London, 1988
Tony Godfrey, Figuring out the 80s (exhibition catalogue), Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1988
Edward Lucie-Smith, Carolyn Cohen and Judith Higgins, The New British Painting, Phaidon Press, Oxford, 1988
Marco Livingstone, British figurative painters of the ’80s I, Kyoto Shoin International, Kyoto, Japan, 1989
Marco Livingstone, Pop Art: a continuing history, Thames and Hudson, London, 1990
Jane Sellars, The Flower Show: flowers in art and the 20th century (exhibition catalogue), Harewood Visual Arts, Leeds, 1999
Andrew Lambirth, Order and Event: Landscape Now (exhibition guide), Michael Richardson Contemporary Art/Art Space Gallery, London, 2000
Sara White Wilson, ‘Table Manners: Graham Crowley’ in Stephen Farthing (ed.), 1001 Paintings you must see before you die, Cassell, London, 2006

Selected articles and reviews
London is place of publication unless stated otherwise
‘Gallery guide’, Observer, 3 June 1979
William Feaver, ‘The Seal of Approval’, Observer, 15 July 1979
Christine Newton, ‘Modern Art: New Problems, The educational programme at MOMA’, Oxford Art Journal, 3 (October 1979)
William Feaver, ‘The Liverpool lottery’, Observer, 30 November 1980
William Feaver, ’81 for the road’, Observer, 12 April 1981
Richard Cork, ‘Inter-city dreamworld’, Evening Standard, 1 October 1981
William Feaver, ‘Evasive tactics’, Observer, 7 February 1982
John McEwen, ‘Dibbets, Crowley’, Art in America, New York, summer 1982
John Roberts, ‘Graham Crowley, AIR Gallery, London’, Aspects, 19 (summer 1982)
William Feaver, ‘Peep-shows from Paris’, Observer, 12 December 1982
Richard Cork, ‘Bird cure at the Brompton’, Evening Standard, 17 February 1983
Paul V. Kopeček, ‘Tolly Cobbold-Eastern Arts’, Aspects, 23 (summer 1983)
Marina Vaizey, ‘Picking up the pieces’, Sunday Times, 12 June 1983
Waldemar Januszczak, ‘A nasty shock for the still-life’, Guardian, 10 June 1983
William Feaver, ‘Boom and bust’, Observer, 12 June 1983
Robert Ayers, ‘Graham Crowley’, Artscribe, 40 (April 1983)
John McEwen, ‘Influenced’, Spectator, 30 July 1983
John McEwen, ‘A brush with the young masters’, Sunday Times Magazine, 23 October 1983
Robert Ayers, ‘”As of Now” at the Walker Art Gallery…’ Artscribe, 45 (February-April 1984)
William Feaver, ‘One True Faith’, Observer, 22 July 1984
Nigel Pillitt, ‘Graham Crowley: Nightlife’, City Limits, 22 July 1984
Tony Godfrey, ‘Graham Crowley and Stephen Farthing’, Art Monthly, November 1984
Adrian Lewis, ‘Graham Crowley and Stephen Farthing at Edward Totah’, Artscribe, 49 (November-December 1984)
E.H., ‘Graham Crowley, Totah-Stelling’, ARTnews, New York, summer 1986
William Feaver, ‘Mutation in the meadow’, Observer, 1 February 1987
William Feaver, ‘Comic-strip heroes’, Observer, 19th July 1987
Marina Vaizey, ‘The British scene shows signs of life’, Sunday Times, 11 October 1987
William Packer, ‘An idiosyncratic look at the one-man-show’, Financial Times, 13 October 1987
Brandon Taylor, ‘Graham Crowley’, Arts Review, 23 October 1987
‘First of a new generation’, Llandaff Gem, Wales, 21 November 1987
Judith Higgins, ‘Painted Dreams’, ARTnewsNew York, February 1988
David Lee, ‘The state of modern art’, The Times, 16 June 1988
William Feaver, ‘London: Graham Crowley’, ARTnews, New York, March 1988
Marco Livingstone, ‘In Every Dream Home a Heartache’, Art & Design, IV, 9/10 (1988)
William Feaver, Graham Crowley, Modern Painters, II, 3 (autumn 1989)
William Feaver, ‘Women with gloves off’, Observer, 9 October 1989
William Feaver, ‘Sticks, stones and a few gems’, Observer, 9 June 1991
William Feaver, ‘If you go down to the woods today’, Observer Magazine, 1 September 1991
‘Battlings with the elements for the sake of art in Teeside’, Darlington and Stockton Times, 2 May 1992
Alison Ferst, ‘Essex man’s artistic brush with Cleveland’, Evening Gazette, Hartlepool, 27 March 1992
William Feaver, ‘Congratulations to a blotter on the landscape’, Observer, 24 October 1993
John McEwen, ‘Death by Diary Milk’, Sunday Telegraph, 3 July 1994
‘Lessons with Old Masters’, Hampstead and Highgate Express, 15 July 1994
Tim Hilton, ‘Some are more equal than others’, Independent on Sunday, 24 July 1994
Andrew Lambirth, ‘Graham Crowley’, Galleries, XIII, 1 (June 1995)
Nicholas Usherwood, ‘Graham Crowley’, Modern Painters, X, 2 (summer 1997)
William Feaver, ‘Emigrating to avoid your critics seems a little extreme’, Observer, 12 June 1997
John McEwen, ‘The poetic beauty of an unhinged gate’, Sunday Telegraph, 8 June 1997
John McEwen, ‘Remembering a Jekyll-and-Hyde’, Sunday Telegraph, 15 November 1998
Julian Perry, ‘Graham Crowley’, Galleries, XVIII, 9 (February 2001)
Craig Burnett, ‘Graham Crowley’, Modern Painters, XIV, 1 (spring 2001)
John McEwen, Painting is still not dead’, Sunday Telegraph, 19 May 2002
Rebecca Geldard, ‘Graham Crowley: Beaux Arts’, Time Out, 19 February 2003
Sue Hubbard, ‘Graham Crowley at Beaux Arts’, Independent, 14 March 2005
Vanessa Thorpe, ‘Low morale devastates art colleges’, Observer, 10 February 2008
Aidan Dunne, ‘Paintings to be seen in the flesh’, Irish Times, 1 October 2008
Carol Gilbert, ‘Graham Crowley speaks of his early determination to paint’, Southern StarSkibbereen, Ireland, 7 February 2009

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