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Richard Diebenkorn: a retrospective

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1. Person/Familie Diebenkorn, Richard [KünstlerIn]
2. Person/Familie Nicholas, Sasha [VerfasserIn]
3. Person/Familie Nash, Steven A. [VerfasserIn eines Vorworts]
4. Person/Familie Thiebaud, Wayne [InterviewteR]
5. Person/Familie Berlant, Anthony [VerfasserIn von ergänzendem Text]
Titel Richard Diebenkorn: a retrospective
Verantw.-ang. Sasha Nicholas ; preface Steven Nash ; interview Steven Nash with Wayne Thiebaud ; contribution Tony Berlant ... [und 3 andere]
Verlagsort (RDA) New York
Verlag (RDA) Rizzoli
E-Jahr 2019
E-Jahr (RDA) 2019
Umfangsangabe 383 Seiten
Formatangabe 31 cm
Weitere Angaben Includes bibliographical references (pages 375-377) and index
ISBN 0-8478-6621-1 hardcover
ISBN 978-0-8478-6621-2 hardcover
Schlagwort / lok. Diebenkorn, Richard
Inhaltliche Zsfg. Preface /Steve Nash --Diebenkorn: the genius next door /Tony Berlant --Sausalito, Albuquerque, Berkeley, 1946-1955.A year of mourning /Gretchen Diebenkorn Grant --Berkeley, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, 1955-1968.Remembering Richard Diebenkorn /Kathan Brown --Santa Monica, 1969-1987.Reflections on Richard Diebenkorn's visit to the Soviet Union /William Luers --Healdsburg, 1988-1993.Everything all at once: Richard Diebenkorn and postwar American art /Sasha Nicholas --Wayne Thiebaud interview with Steven Nash --Chronology /compiled by Daisy Murray Holman.
2. Inhaltliche Zsfg. A fresh and new overview of this treasured West Coast artist, with hundreds of his paintings, drawings, and prints covering five decades of his illustrious career. The book surveys the extraordinary achievements of Diebenkorn, who successfully explored both abstract and figurative painting. Produced in a slipcase box, this is the ultimate source for art enthusiasts, from his early work of the mid-1940s to his Berkeley and Ocean Park series. The book includes not only his iconic paintings of the California landscape and interior figures but also many of his less-well-known and rarely published works. Art historian Sasha Nicholas discusses Diebenkorn ' place in postwar American painting and his independence from the art-world trends. Steven Nash conducts an interview with close friend Wayne Thiebaud, giving an artist s point of view. The two artists shared the inspiration of California and experimented with perspective to capture their surroundings
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