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Richard Clifford Diebenkorn Jr. was born in April 1922 in Portland, Oregon. When he was two years old his father, who was a hotel supply sales executive, relocated the family to San Francisco. Diebenkorn attended Lowell High School from 1937–40, and entered Stanford University in 1940. There he concentrated in studio art and art history, […]
Texts by Emma Acker, Timothy Anglin Burgard, and Steven A. Nash. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2013.
Texts by Sarah C. Bancroft, Susan Landauer, and Peter Levitt. Newport Beach, Calif.: Orange County Museum of Art; New York: DelMonico Books, Prestel, 2011.
‘HE’S ENTERING THE CANON’: RICHARD DIEBENKORN FOUNDATION WILL ISSUE CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ THIS FALL WITH YALE Richard Diebenkorn, the versatile artist best known for his association with the Bay Area Figurative Movement and later for his “Ocean Park” series of paintings, will have his catalogue raisonné published this fall by Yale University Press in conjunction with […]
Texts by Mark Lavatelli, Gerald Nordland, and Charles Strong. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press; Taos: Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico, 2007.
Texts by Marla Daily and Paul Chadbourne Mills. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Santa Cruz Island Foundation, 2005.
Texts by John Elderfield and Ruth E. Fine. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art; Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997.