Untitled (Seated Nude)

Date: 1966
Dimensions:
33 x 23 1/2 in. (83.8 x 59.7 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of the Diebenkorn family and purchase through a gift of Leanne B. Roberts, Thomas W. Weisel, and the Mnuchin Foundation, 96.435
Cat. raisonné no.:3712
Obj. no.: 2181
References

John Elderfield, "Mastery Is Taken Off Its Guard: On the Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn," Museum of Modern Art Members Quarterly, Autumn 1988, 3.

Robert L. Pincus, "Drawings Illustrate Diebenkorn's Remarkable Talents," San Diego Union, 8 December 1988.

Robert Hughes, "Fine Lines: A Major Exhibition Proves That Richard Diebenkorn Is a Masterly Artist in the Full Sense of the Term," Hyatt Magazine, March–April 1989, 40.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, "The Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn," At the Modern, May–June 1989.

Kenneth Baker, "The Path to Abstraction," San Francisco Chronicle, 2 July 1989.

"The Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn," Phillips Collection Bulletin, Fall 1989, n.p.

Benjamin Forgey, "Diebenkorn's Dynamic Perspective," Washington Post, 23 September 1989.

"Richard Diebenkorn," Phillips Collection: News and Events, July–August 1998, 4.

Sandy Brooke, Drawing as Expression: Techniques and Concepts, 2nd ed. (Upper Saddle River, N.J., 2007), 37, fig. 3.3.

Harold B. Stone, Exploring Life Drawing (Clifton Park, N.Y., 2007), 148, fig. 6-16.

Sarah C. Bancroft, Edith Devaney, and Steven A. Nash, Richard Diebenkorn (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2015), 46, fig. 17.

Jane Livingston and Andrea Liguori, eds., Richard Diebenkorn: The Catalogue Raisonné (New Haven and London, 2016), 3: p. 690, cat. 3712, ill.

Alex Belth, "A Good Reason to Visit Baltimore," Esquire, 26 October 2016.



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