Books and Catalogues:
Blasberg, Robert W. George E. Ohr and His Biloxi Art Pottery. Port Jervis, NY: J.W. Carpenter, 1973. Reprinted in 2008 by the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art with a new forward and notes by the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art.
Blasberg, Robert W. The Unknown Ohr: A Sequel to the 1973 Monograph. Milford, PA: Peaceable Press, 1986.
Clark, Garth. American Ceramics: 1876 to the Present. New York: Abbeville Press Publishers, 1979.
The Biloxi Art Pottery of George E. Ohr. Jackson, MS: State Historical Museum, 1978.
Clark, Garth, Robert A. Ellison, Jr. and Eugene Hecht. The Mad Potter of Biloxi: The Art and Life of George E. Ohr. New York: Abbeville Press Publishers, 1989.
Ellison, Robert with Martin Edelburg. George Ohr, Art Potter: The Apostle of Individuality.London: Scala Publishers, 2006.
Grueneberg, Christopher, ed. A Secret History of Clay: from Gauguin to Gormley.London, England: Tate Liverpool with Tate Publishing, 2004.
Hecht, Eugene. After the Fire, George Ohr: An American Genius. Lambertville, NJ: Arts and Crafts Quarterly Press, 1994.
George Ohr Rising: the Emergence of an American Master. Biloxi, MS: Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, 2007. Published in conjunction with the traveling exhibition George Ohr Rising: the Emergence of an American Master.
Mohr, Richard D. Pottery, Politics, Art: George Ohr and the Brothers Kirkpatrick. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2003.
Anderson, Alexandra. “George Ohr’s Mud Babies.” Art in America 67 (January-February 1979).
Carpenter, J.W. “Geo. Ohr’s Pot Ohr-E.” Antique Trader Weekly 19 (September 1972).
Clark, Garth. “George E. Ohr.” Antiques 128 (September 1985).
“George Ohr: Clay Prophet.” Craft Horizons 38(October 1978).
“When I Found the Potter’s Wheel, I Felt it All Over Like a Wild Duck in Water.”American Ceramics 4 (1985).
Febres, George.“The Mad Potter of Biloxi: To Be Ohr Not to Be.” New Orleans Museum of Art Arts Quarterly 3 (October-December 1981).
Grootkerk, Paul. “George Ohr: The Biloxi Orh-na-ment.” Southern Quarterly (Fall-Winter 1985).
Watson, Bruce. “The Mad Potter of Biloxi.” Smithsonian (September 2004).