from The Berkshire Eagle, July 17, 1957
Art Review by Robert Kimball
"People as individuals and as groups, however, provide much of the theme and content of the work of Anthony Toney, as summed up in a one-man show currently at the Berkshire Museum. There are 24 paintings, making quite an impressive group, and the major ones all deal with real human beings."
"If for no other reason, this show is worth looking at as a reminder that the human body can be as important to art now as it ever was."