• Minnesota Art Institute, 1940
  • Jacques Seligman Galleries, NY 1947
  • Print Club of Philadelphia, 1948, 1952, 1957, 1965
  • International Exhibition of Modern Graphic Art, organized by MOMA and exhibited in Salzburg, Austria, 1952, and Vienna, Austria, 1952
  • Young American Printmakers, 1953 organized by MOMA, NY, seen at- Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY, Balitmore Museum of Art, MD, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, Stephens College, Columbia, MS, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, Ohio State University, Columbus OH, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, Savannah State College, Savannah, GA, Marshall College, Huntington, WV, Renesselaer Polytechnic University, Troy, NY, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, Jewish Community Center, Milwaukee, WI, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ONT Can, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK, also sites in Norway
  • Ninth Brooklyn Museum Print Annual (traveling exhibition American Federation of Arts) 1955
  • International Colour Woodcuts, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1954-55, Glasgow, 1955, Barcelona, Spain, 1956
  • 14 Painter-Printmakers, Brooklyn Museum, Nov 55 – Jan 56
  • Fourth International Biennial of Contemporary Color Lithography, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH, 1956
  • New Expressions in Fine Printmaking 1947-1956, Tokyo, Japan
  • IV Bordighera International Biennial Exhibition, Italy, 1957
  • Tenth National Print Annual, American Federation of Arts, 1957
  • First International Biennial Exhibition of Prints, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan, 1957
  • The Riksgalleriet, Oslo, Norway, 1957
  • 14 Painter-Printmakers- Kraushaar Galleries, NY 5/57-6/57
  • American Federation of Arts, 9/57-9/58
  • Yamada Art Gallery, Kyoto, Japan, 1959
  • American Prints Today/1959, September 15-October 18, 1959
    condensed note from National Gallery of Art website: This exhibition displayed over 60 prints created by 55 American artists between 1956 and 1958. 8 identical sets were shown in 16 participating museums, so that an exhibition of original prints could be shown in 8 cities simultaneously. One complete set, purchased by the National Gallery of Art, was circulated for 2 years by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Another set, purchased by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, toured small French museums through the United States Information Agency. This was the first multiple print exhibition in the United States. All the prints were available for sale through the Print Council of America, a non-profit organization established to promote interest in the collecting of prints
  • Graphics 59, University of Kentucky Art Gallery, 11/59-1/60
  • American Federation of Arts, Graphics Today, 3/60-3/61-
    SUNY Oswego, NY
    MacMurray College, Jacksonville, IL
    State Teachers College, Indiana, PA
    Art Center, South Bend, IN
    Municipal Art Gallery, Davenport, IA
    Winston-Salem Public Library, Winston-Salem, NC
  • Victoria and Albert Museum. London, 1962
  • US Information Agency Soviet Union exhibition tour- Kazakhstan, Moscow, and southern Russia, 1963
  • American Federation of Arts- Thirteenth National Print Exhibition 9/62-9/64
  • The City Hall Museum, Hong Kong, 1973
  • Lantern Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI 1975
  • National Art Museum, Taiwan, 1975
  • Miller Gallery, Cincinnati, OH 1976
  • Kornbluth Gallery, NJ, 1976
  • Signature Gallery, Hartford, CT, 1977
  • Summit Gallery, NYC, 1978
  • Sylvan Cole Gallery, NYC, 1990
  • Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA 1991