Ocean Park #125

Date: 1980
Dimensions:
100 x 81 in. (254 x 205.7 cm)
Signed:"RD 80" lower left
Credit Line: Purchase, with funds from the Charles Simon Purchase Fund, the Painting and Sculpture Committee, and anonymous donors, by exchange, 80.36
Cat. raisonné no.:4434
Obj. no.: 1555
References

Hilton Kramer, "Art: A Strategy for Viewing the Whitney Biennial," New York Times, 6 February 1981; Dore Ashton, "Richard Diebenkorn," Flash Art, March–April 1981, 12; Muriel Emmanuel et al., eds., Contemporary Artists, 2nd ed. (New York, 1983), 260; Patricia Broder, The American West: The Modern Vision (New York, 1984), 291; Patterson Sims, Whitney Museum of American Art: Selected Works from the Permanent Collection (New York, 1985), 168–69; Patterson Sims, Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions, 1973–1986 (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1986), 32; Nordland monograph 1987, 210 (rev. ed. [2001], 220); Dan Hofstadter, "Almost Free of the Mirror," New Yorker, 7 September 1987, 68; Madison Gray, "How Magnificent Paint Is," Christian Science Monitor, 23 May 1988; Michael Kilian, "The Whitney Shows Off: 300 Famous American Paintings Highlight '15 Years of Acquisitions'," Chicago Tribune, 24 August 1989; Michael Kilian, "Whitney Brings Out Old Friends," Chicago Tribune, 15 August 1991; Lisa Phillips, The American Century: Art and Culture, 1950–2000 (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1999), 314, fig. 525; Maxwell L. Anderson, American Visionaries: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, 2001), 90; Laura Garrard, Colourfield Painting: Minimal, Cool, Hard Edge, Serial and Post-Painterly Abstract Art of the Sixties to the Present (Kent, U.K., 2007), 156, 162.

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