Max Harris: 'The Christmas Cards of Anthony Harvey’, in Australian Letters, A Quarterly Review of Writing and Criticism, Volume 2, Number 3 (December 1959), pp 42-43 and front cover. “The leading talent is Anthony Harvey… has managed to produce designs unmistakably Australian in character and informed by a humour which is sophisticated but never vulgar or pseudo- funny. To these virtues must be added the superb quality of his hand-colour- printing…”
Hewson, Helen (Dr) (sister of Anthony Harvey). Information from Harvey family archive.
Hewson, Helen. Tony Harvey obituary: 'Artist had wit and style ahead of his time’. Sydney Morning Herald, 21 September 2014.http://www.smh.com.au/comment/obituaries/obituary-graphic-artist-tony-harvey-had-wit-and-a-style-ahead-of-its-time-20140921-10jwky.html
Anthony Harvey, The Melbourne Book. Introduction: Phillip Adams, Hutchinson 1982.
Helen Hewson. The Greeting Cards of Anthony Harvey, World of Art & Antiques, Issue 72, Feb-Aug, 2007, pp.180-6.
Hewson, Helen. Tony Harvey obituary: 'Versatile designer’s greeting cards brought wit and sophistication to Australian motifs’. The Melbourne Age, 13 September 2014.
Felix Behrend. Ulysses’ Father. Illus. Anthony Harvey, Melbourne: F.W.Cheshire, 1962.
Anthony Harvey. Commercial Art, Fashion Drawing, Cartooning Course. Stott’s Technical Correspondence College, Melbourne 1963.
The Eltham Cookbook for Shillinglaw Cottage. Anthony Harvey contributor. Melbourne: Jonker, 1964.
Anthony Harvey. Cartoon: 'It’s the way they draw these wretched tables.’ In The Bulletin Book-a selection from the 1960’s, Melbourne” F.W.Cheshire,1966 p.50.
E.H. Gombrich reproduced this cartoon in The Image and the Eye, London: Phaidon, (1982)1994, pp.201