The Artist


“Art: Ethics of Adversity.” Newsweek, 30 Nov. 1964.

“Artist-In-Residence Won’t ‘Putter’ for Public.” San Jose Mercury (Calif.), 10 Oct. 1963.

“Halfway House.” Time, 1 Aug. 1969.

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“The Human Figure Returns in Separate Ways and Places.” Life, 8 June 1962.

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Eichelbaum, Stanley. “An Abstract Artist’s Return to Landscapes and Figures.” San Francisco Examiner, Highlight, 23 Oct. 1960.

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—. “Two Privacies.” New Republic, 5 Dec. 1964.

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McCue, George. “Visit with Richard Diebenkorn: Californian Combines Figurative and Abstract Painting.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 15 May 1960.

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