Rag Rug Creations
Rag Rug Creations: An Exploration of Colour and Surface by Lynne Stein (Bloomsbury). Covers every part of the process of making rag rugs. Includes Winifred Nicholson's 'Peacock' rug.
Christopher Wood letters
Christoper Wood's letters to Ben and Winifred Nicholson 1926-1930, ed. by Anne Goodchild, (Sansom & Company).
The Echoing Gallery presents thirty three of the finest poets associated with Bristol, each specially commissioned to write a response to art in the city, and includes a poem by John Wheway about Winifred Nicholson's Kate and Jake, Isle of Wight, 1932.
Music of Colour
Music of Colour (Kettle's Yard, 2012). Kettle's Yard houses the largest public collection of pictures by WInifred Nicholson. This book also includes writings by Jim Ede on WInifred Nicholson, as well as her essays 'Liberation of Colour', 'Blinks', and 'I Like to have a Picture in My Room', and a number of pictures previously unpublished.
Kettle's Yard and its artists
Kettle's Yard and its artists (Kettle's Yard, 2011) includes writings by Jim Ede about Winifred Nicholson and quotes from her own letters.
Kettle's Yard house guide
Kettle's Yard house guide, (Kettle's Yard, 2012) contains details of the pictures on permanent display in the house.
Alastair Morton and Edinburgh Weavers: Visionary Textiles and Modern Art, by Lesley Jackson (V & A Publishing, 2012) includes information about Winifred Nicholson's friendship with Alastair Morton and illustrates her textile design 'Sequence'.
Without From Within
Without From Within, an exhibition at the Djanogly Art Gallery,
Recent Exhibition at the Crane Kalman Gallery
An Exhibition of Paintings by Winifred Nicholson to mark the publication of the book: Winifred Nicholson by Christopher Andreae.
Art and Life
Art and Life: Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis, William Staite Murray, 1920-1931. Art and Life examines the artistic partnership of Ben and Winifred Nicholson in the 1920s and their friendship and collaboration with Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis and the potter William Staite Murray. Inspired by each other, the Nicholsons experimented furiously and often painted the same subject, one as a colourist the other more interested in form. Winifred wrote of her time with Ben, 'All artists are unique and can only unite as complementaries, not as similarities'. (Philip Wilson Publishers, 2013).
Winifred Nicholson in Cumberland
Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, which examines Winifred Nicholson's creativity in Cumberland over 70 years. (Abbot Hall art Gallery, 2016)
The St. Ives Artists
The St. Ives Artists, A Biography of Place and Time by Michael Bird (Lund Humphries) discusses Winifred Nicholson's trip to Feock and St. Ives in 1928, and illustrates Feock Creek 1928.
Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour
Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour by Jovan Nicholson (Philip Wilson Publishers) explores the whole of Winifred Nicholson’s career with a special emphasis on her theories of colour and her late ‘prismatic paintings’.
Portraits of Place
Portraits of Place: Works from Kettle’s Yard and Richard Long, The Heong Gallery at Downing College, Cambridge, 5th November 2016 – 15th January 2017. Published by Downing College, Cambridge.