As if convinced his sources are too boundless ever to be squandered, (George Deem) is now making "lists of paintings." Typical of this new turn is his "List of Portraits," in which familiar old-master portraits are lined up college-yearbook fashion, with only the faces and busts extracted. I say "college yearbook" fashion, but there are also nuances of composition. This patchwork of ladies and gentlemen goes together extremely well, with lively reactions among their shapes and colors. (Sarah Lansdell, "Deem's Revised Old Masters at Merida," illus.The Courier-Journal & Times, Louisville, Kentucky, September 15, 1968).