Special Collections, Lloyd Sealy Library, John Jay College holds courtroom drawings by Richard Tomlinson, Aggie Whelan Kenny and Elizabeth Williams. These are featured in the exhibit ROGUES GALLERY: Forty Year Retrospective of Courtroom Art from Son of Sam to El Chapo On view November 30, 2017 to February 2, 2018
Prints and Photographs Division of The Library of Congress, Washington D.C. holds the courtroom drawings of Aggie Kenny, Howard Brodie, Bill Robles, Elizabeth Williams, David Rose and Marilyn Church. Selections from these were featured in the Exhibit "Drawing Justice: The Art of Courtroom Illustrations" in 2017
The Beinecke Library at Yale University holds drawings of a Black Panthers Trial by Robert Templeton
Belcher, E. (2017) The process of courtroom artists. Classified Information: Lloyd Sealy Library's Newsletter.
Church, M.. (2006). The art of justice: An eyewitness view of thirty infamous trials Philadelphia, Pa.: Quirk.
Reserve (3 day loan) NC953.8 .C47 A4 2006
Dengrove, I. L. (1990). My days in court: unique views of the famous and infamous by a court artist. New York: Morrow.
Stacks NC 953.8 .D46 A2 1990
Hobman, P. (2015). Trial & image: Courtroom artists capture the colors and gestures of justice. ArtNews 115(2), 110-117
Herz, Ruth (2012) The art of justice: the judge's perspective.
Stacks - NC953.5 .F8 H47 2012
Library of Congress, Washington D.C. (2017). Drawing justice: The art of courtroom drawing. Online exhibit.
Frost, Natasha. (August 2017). The dying art of courtroom illustration. Atlas Obscura Blog.
Williams, E.. (2014). The illustrated courtroom: 50 years of court art.
Reserve (3 day loan) NC953.5 .U6 W54 2014