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WORKS BY MARGARET PRESTON (courtesy Elizabeth Butel)

  1. `Why I became a Convert to Modern Art’. The Home. Vol. 4, no. 2. 1 June 1923.
  2. Preston, M. with Thea Proctor. `The Gentle Art of Arranging Flowers’. The Home. Vol. 5, no. 2. 1 June 1924.
  3. `Colour’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 9. October 1924.
  4. `Art for Crafts – Aboriginal Art Artfully Applied’. The Home. Vol. 5, no. 5. 1 December 1924.
  5. `The Indigenous Art of Australia’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 11. March 1925.
  6. `The Best Conditions – For Furnishing the Bedroom, Thereby Providing Some Sound Reasons For Not Sleeping Out’. The Home. Vol. 7. no. 7. 1 July 1926.
  7. `There and Back in Three Months’. The Home. Vol. 7, no. 10. 1 October 1926.
  8. `An Ideal Australian Tour’. The Home. Vol. 7, no. 11. 1 November 1926.
  9. `From Eggs to Electrolux’. Art in Australia – Margaret Preston Number. 3rd Series, no. 22. December 1927.
  10. `New Caledonia and New Hebrides’. The Home. Vol. 9, no. 10. 1 October 1928.
  11. `Australian Artists Versus Art’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 26. December 1928.
  12. `92 Aphorisms by Margaret Preston and Others’ in Margaret Preston: Recent Paintings, edited by Sydney Ure Smith and Leon Gellert. Sydney: Ure Smith 1929.
  13. `The Application of Aboriginal Designs’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 31. March 1930.
  14. `Pottery as a Profession’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 32. June-July 1930.
  15. `Away with Poker worked Kookaburras and Gum Leaves!’ Sunday Pictorial (Sydney). 6 April 1930.
  16. `Wood-Blocking as a Craft’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 34. October-November 1930.
  17. `Meccano as an Ideal’. Manuscripts. No. 2. June 1932.
  18. `Basket Weaving for the Amateur’. The Home. Vol. 13, no. 8. 1 August 1932.
  19. `An Exhibition – 1933′. Manuscripts. No. 4. February 1933.
  20. `Just a Tour of the Island’. The Home. Vol. 14, no. 11. 1 November 1933.
  21. `The Puppet Show of Osaka, Japan’. Manuscripts. No. 12. February 1935.
  22. `American Art Under the New Deal – Murals’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 69. November 1937.
  23. `Running Around the Americas’. The Home. Vol. 18, no. 11. 1 November 1937.
  24. `Crafts that Aid’. Art In Australia. 3rd Series, no. 77. November 1939.
  25. `Some Pioneer Women in Art’ in The Peaceful Army – A Memorial to the Pioneer Women of Australia 1788-1938, edited by F. S. Eldershaw. Sydney: Australian Government Printing Service 1939.
  26. `Paintings in Arnhem Land’. Art in Australia. 3rd Series, no. 81. November 1940.
  27. `Australia Ahoy!’ Australia National Journal. 1 January 1941.
  28. `O! for Orange’. Australia National Journal. 1 March 1941.
  29. `New Development in Australian Art’. Australia National Journal. 1 May 1941.
  30. `Newcastle of Australia’. Australia National Journal. 1 May 1941.
  31. `Aboriginal Art’. Art in Australia. 4th Series, no. 2. June 1941.
  32. `Tallong Trot’. Australia National Journal. 1 July 1941.
  33. `Aboriginal Art of Australia’ in Catalogue of Carnegie Exhibition, 1941.
  34. `Some Aspects of Painting in Australia’ in Cultural Cross Section. Adelaide: Jindyworobak 1941.
  35. `The Orientation of Art in the Post-War Pacific’ in Society of Artists Book 1942. Sydney: Ure Smith 1942.
  36. `Some Aspects of Contemporary Art’. Meanjin. Vol. 2, no. 1. March 1943.
  37. `Urunga – The Long Beach’. Australia National Journal. February 1944.
  38. `By Punt to Ettalong’. Australia National Journal. July 1944.
  39. `Artists’ Groundwork’ in Society of Artists Book 1944. Sydney: Ure Smith 1944.
  40. `An Art in the Beginning’ in Society of Artists Book 1945-46. Sydney: Ure Smith 1946.
  41. `Some Silk Screen Methods’ in Society of Artists Book 1946-47. Sydney: Ure Smith 1947.
  42. `On the Birthday of Jindyworobak’ in Jindyworobak Review. Melbourne: Jindyworobak 1948.
  43. `My Monotypes’ in Margaret Preston’s Monotypes, edited by Sydney Ure Smith. Sydney: Ure Smith 1949.