Berkeley #3

Date: 1953
Dimensions:
54 1/8 x 68 in. (137.5 x 172.7 cm)
Signed:"RD 53" lower right; "[up arrow]/Top/R Diebenkorn/Berkeley #3" reverse
Credit Line: Bequest of Josephine Morris, 2003.25.3
Cat. raisonné no.:1252
Obj. no.: 1102
References

Forbes Whiteside, "Three Young Americans," Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin 12, no. 3 (Spring 1955): 95, 97, cat. no. 2; Robert T. Buck Jr. et al., Richard Diebenkorn: Paintings and Drawings, 1943–1976 (Buffalo: Albright-Knox Gallery, 1976), 16, 21, 23, fig. 35; Maurice Tuchman, "Richard Diebenkorn: The Early Years," Art Journal 36, no. 3 (Spring 1977): 218, fig. 19; Nordland monograph 1987, 64; Linda Yablonsky, "California Dreaming: The Whitney Surveys a Left-Coast Master," Time Out New York, 23–30 October 1997, 44; Daniel Wolff, "Diebenkorn and the Cult of Originality," Threepenny Review no. 73 (Spring 1998): 23; Kenneth Baker, "S.F. Museums' Collection Beefed up by Bequest: Multimillion-dollar Gift of Five Prominent Paintings from Morris Estate," San Francisco Chronicle, 29 August 2003; "Fine Arts Museums Receives Major Bequest," Artweek, October 2003, 3; Timothy Anglin Burgard, Masterworks of American Painting at the de Young (San Francisco, 2005), 401–4, fig. 101; Monique Beeler, "Berkeley Through Diebenkorn's Eyes," Oakland Tribune, 17 May 2006; Timothy Anglin Burgard and John Held, Jr., "Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years, 1953–1966," San Francisco Art Quarterly 1, no. 13 (May–July 2013): 38, 40; Sarah E. Fensom, "Developing a Style—or Three," Art and Antiques, June 2013, 62; Steven Winn, "Artist's Many Dimensions Get Their Due," San Francisco Chronicle, 9–15 June 2013; Kenneth Baker, "Inimitable Diebenkorn," San Francisco Chronicle, 23 June 2013; Sura Wood, "Diebenkorn's Berkeley of the Mind," Bay Area Reporter, 4–10 July 2013; Christopher Knight, "Evolution of a Singular Figure," Los Angeles Times, 13 November 2013; Sophia Markoulakis, "Florists Riff on Artworks," San Francisco Chronicle, 9 March 2014.



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