Urbana #6

Date: 1953
Dimensions:
69 1/4 x 58 in. (175.9 x 147.3 cm)
Signed:""RD 53" lower left; "[up arrow]/Top/R Diebenkorn/Urbana #6" reverse
Credit Line: Museum Purchase, Sid W. Richardson Foundation Endowment Fund, 1996.01.P.P.
Cat. raisonné no.:1249
Obj. no.: 1099
References

Nordland monograph 1987, 60; Wayne Lee Gay, Perry Stewart, and Janet S. Tyson, "Arts Notes," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 16 June 1996; Janet Kutner, "A Pause That Refreshes; Between Shows, Modern Displays Acquisitions," Dallas Morning News, 19 July 1996; "Richard Diebenkorn," Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Calendar, January–March 1998, 4; Janet Tyson, "Claim to Greatness: The Diebenkorn Retrospective in Fort Worth Confirms His Importance to Modern Art," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 28 March 1998; Jane Livingston, "Richard Diebenkorn," American Art Review, May–June 1998, 150; Leo J. O'Donovan, "Coming Home," Washingtonian, May 1998, 60; Thomas Larson, "Richard Diebenkorn and the Art of Crossing Borders," Revue, Fall 1998, 34; Stephen Westfall, "Richard Diebenkorn: A Reasoned Sensuality," Art in America, October 1998, 107; Barbara Hess, Abstract Expressionism (Cologne, 2005), 66, 67.



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