Ocean Park #125

Date: 1980
Dimensions:
100 x 81 in. (254 x 205.7 cm)
Signed:"RD 80" lower left
Credit Line: Whitney Museum of American Art, 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.

Gerald Nordland, Richard Diebenkorn (New York, 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.

Jane Livingston and Andrea Liguori, eds., Richard Diebenkorn: The Catalogue Raisonné (New Haven and London, 2016), 4: p. 304, cat. 4434, ill.
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