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RICHARD DIEBENKORN

BANCROFT C.SARAH

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DetallsPRESTEL VERLAG
2011
0 pàgines
Format: Tela
ISBN: 9783791351384
Idioma: INGLÉSMatèria: monografies
DescripcióAs he traversed the worlds of abstract expressionism and figurative painting, Diebenkorn became one of America's most beloved post-w ar artists. The Ocean Park series, begun in 1967 and comprising works in a variety of media, is arguably the most celebrated of his illustrious career. This book features beautifully reproduced works that radiate with colour, allowing readers to appreciate the art ist's evolving palette as well as his brilliant geometric explorations. The paintings, prints, drawings and collages that make up th e series are examined from diverse perspectives in essays that bring to light new influences and conceptual frameworks that repositi on the Ocean Park series, as well as the artist's role in the history of post-war art. The result is a timely re-examination of a ma jor body of work that will excite the numerous fans of this quintessential California artist. This stunning exhibition catalogue celebrates in-depth for the first time Richard Diebenkorn's seminal Ocean Park works, serving as a major reference and a source of new scholarship on the series. As he traversed the worlds of abstract expressionism and figurative painting, Diebenkorn became one of America's most beloved postwar artists. The Ocean Park series, begun in 1967and comprising works in a variety of media, is arguably the most celebrated of his illustrious career. This book features beautifully reproduced works t hat radiate with color, allowing readers to appreciate the artist's evolving palette as well as his brilliant geometric explorations . The paintings, prints, drawings, and collages that make up the series are examined from diverse perspectives in essays that bring to light new influences and conceptual frameworks that reposition the Ocean Park series, as well as the artist's role in the history of postwar art. The result is a timely re-examination of a major body of work that will excite the numerous fans of this quintessen tial California artist

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