This list is by no means complete. Most books and articles are in Dutch. Some may
still be available, most are not.
"Bart van der Leck", ed. Toos van Kooten, Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller,
Otterlo, 1994 (in Dutch)
This work is a catalogue of a Bart van der Leck exposition at the
museum in 1994. It contains pictures of a significant portion of Van der Lecks work,
as well as all texts Van der Leck has published and some very interesting articles
about Van der Leck. The book can be purchased at the Kröller-Müller Museum
'Vriendschap op afstand', correspondence between Bart van der Leck and H.P.
Bremmer, ed. Cees Hilhorst, edtion Thoth, Bussum, NL (in Dutch).
Cees Hilhorst assembled the correspondence between H.P. Bremmer and Van der Leck,
i.e. all letters that have remained.
"De beginjaren van de stijl, 1917-1920", Carel Blotkamp et al., 1984, edtion Reflex.
This book contains chapters about Mondriaan, Van Doesburg, Van der Leck, Huszar, Oud,
Wils, Vantongerloo, Van't Hoff and Rietveld, the main contributors to the magazine De
Stijl. It makes clear where Van der Leck stood relative to the other De Stijl
"Het Vlas", a tale by H.C. Andersen, translated by Marie Nuland-van der Meer de
Walcheren, drawings, text design and colors by Bart van der Leck, 1941, facsimile
edition in 1996, VH Cralijngen Foundation, Rotterdam, limited edtion of 550 copies.
A very remarkable work. In a series of translations of fairy tales, Van der Leck was
preceded by Charley Toorop and Dirk Nuland as illustrators. Rather than just provide
drawings, Van der Leck opted for creating the text as well. He drew the whole ten
pages manually in a specilally designed font, with small drawings between the lines
in his particular style. The facsimile reprinted edtion is available at the
Kröller-Müller museum (in limited quantities because of the limited number
that has been printed).