Cigar Box Lid #3

Date: 1976
Dimensions:
6 1/2 x 5 3/4 in. (16.5 x 14.6 cm)
Signed:"RD 7[9 crossed out] 6" lower left
Credit Line: 1988.38
Cat. raisonné no.:4258
Obj. no.: 1510
References

Jeff Bahr, "Cigar Box Paintings Gathered for Sheldon Show," Lincoln Star (Neb.), 20 June 1985; Collette Creppel, "Once Upon a Time in the West," Phoenix (Brooklyn), 28 November 1985; Howard Halle, "Looking For Richard," Time Out New York, Fall 1997, 22; Kenneth Baker, "New York City Revisits Richard Diebenkorn," San Francisco Chronicle, 9 October 1997; Sonia Nolasco, "Diebenkorn, o manipulador das cores," Gazeta Mercantil (São Paulo), 24–26 October 1997; Edward J. Sozanski, "Retrospectives Affirm the Impact of Two Abstractionists," Philadelphia Inquirer, 30 November 1997; Lois Anzelowitz-Tanner, "Abstract-ism? Not!," Where New York, January 1998, 21; Stephen May, "Diebenkorn: A Different Drummer," World and I, February 1998; Peter Plagens, "Richard Diebenkorn: Whitney Museum of American Art," Artforum International, February 1998, 85; "Opening Exhibitions: Richard Diebenkorn," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art News, September–October 1998, cover; Catherine Maclay, "Lush California: Richard Diebenkorn Captured a State of Being," San Jose Mercury News, 1 November 1998; Peggy Wirta Dahl, Marla Daily, and Paul C. Mills, Richard Diebenkorn and Carey Stanton: A Private Collection (Santa Barbara, Calif., 2005), 8, 16, 92, 93; Josef Woodard, "Between Land and Mind," Santa Barbara News-Press, 2 September 2005; Kenneth Baker, "A Beautiful Friendship," San Francisco Chronicle, 26 July 2008; Tina Borgatta et al., "Arts & Power," Riviera Magazine, December 2011, 102.

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