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A “catalogue raisonné” is a systematic and comprehensive scholarly reference text in which each work known to have been executed by a particular artist is illustrated, thoroughly documented, described, and assigned a permanent reference number. One of the main purposes of a catalogue raisonné is to establish a reliable corpus of authentic works. Catalogues raisonnés of Motherwell’s paintings and collages and of his drawings were published by Yale University Press in 2012 and 2022, respectively. The most recent edition of the catalogue raisonné of his prints appeared in 2003; a digital version of this catalogue may be accessed below.