Jim & Mary Barr, Contemporary New Zealand Painters, Vol. 1, (Alister Taylor, 1980), pp. 80-85.

D. H. Binney, “Testing Reality the Paintings of Dick Frizzell”, Art New Zealand, No. 37, Summer, 1985, pp. 26-31.

D. H. Binney, “Landscape Reassessed: Some Auckland Artists”, Art New Zealand, No. 48, Spring, 1988, pp. 72-74.

D. H. Binney, “Trust Myself not to go Wrong: Dick Frizzell’s Tiki Show”, Art New Zealand, No. 66, Autumn, 1993, pp. 70-73, 99.

Elizabeth Caughey & John Gow, Contemporary New Zealand Art 2, (David Bateman Ltd, 1999), p. 60.

John Chadwick, Robin Craw, George Hubbard, Hamish Keith & Stuart McKenzie, Dick Frizzell: ‘Tiki’, (Gow Langsford Gallery, 1992).

Wystan Curnow, “Speech Balloons and Conversation Bubbles”, And 4 , October 1985, pp. 125-149.

Michael Dunn, Contemporary Painting in New Zealand (Craftsman House, 1996), pp. 64-67.

Hamish Keith, “Out of Africa”, Sunday Star Times, 29 September 2002.

Robert Leonard & John McCormack, “Beyond the Pale: Dick Frizzell’s indigenuity”, Art and Asia Pacific, June 1993, pp. 36-41.

Paul Little, “Being Dick Frizzell”, Audi Magazine, December 2002, pp. 52-57.

William McAloon, Situation & Style: Vestiges of Regionalism in Recent New Zealand Art (Jonathan Jensen Gallery, 1990).

Merata Mita, Peter Shand talks to Ngahuia Te Awekotuku; Dick Frizzell interviewed by Paul Casserly, “Tiki’s Off”, Stamp, December/January, 1993.

Gregory O’Brien, Lands and Deeds: Profiles of Contemporary New Zealand Painters, (Godwit, 1996), pp. 36-47, 209.

Francis Pound, New Image: Aspects of Recent New Zealand Art (Auckland City Art Gallery, 1983).

Grant Smithies, “Accidental Artist”,  Sunday Star Times Magazine, 21 September 2008, pp. 14-18.