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

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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.

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