Urbana #2 (The Archer)

Date: 1953
Dimensions:
64 1/2 x 47 1/2 in. (163.8 x 120.7 cm)
Signed:"RD 53" lower left; "R. Diebenkorn/Urbana #2/3-11-53" reverse
Cat. raisonné no.:1245
Obj. no.: 1095
References

Forbes Whiteside, "Three Young Americans," Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin 12, no. 3 (Spring 1955): 92, cat. no. 5; Sara Giesen, "Richard Diebenkorn: Before and Behind the Eye," Arts Magazine, June 1975, 80; Gordon J. Hazlitt, "Problem Solving in Solitude," Art News, January 1977, 79; Maurice Tuchman, "Richard Diebenkorn: The Early Years," Art Journal 36, no. 3 (Spring 1977): 217, fig. 16; Beth Coffelt, "Doomsday in the Bright Sun," San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, 16 October 1977; Nordland monograph 1987, 54–55, 56; James Hall, "Embodying Movement," Times Literary Supplement (London), 25 October 1991; Marlena Donohue, "MOCA Exhibit Pays Homage to Diebenkorn," Daily Breeze (Torrance, Calif.), 4 September 1992; Kenneth Baker, "New York City Revisits Richard Diebenkorn," San Francisco Chronicle, 9 October 1997; Linda Yablonsky, "California Dreaming: The Whitney Surveys a Left-Coast Master," Time Out New York, 23–30 October 1997, 44; Lois Anzelowitz-Tanner, "Abstract-ism? Not!," Where New York, January 1998, 20; Leo J. O'Donovan, "Coming Home," Washingtonian, May 1998, 61; Barbara Weidle, "Richard Diebenkorn," Künstler: Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst 73, no. 2 (January–March 2006): 5, 7, fig. 4.



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