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Richard Diebenkorn

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Produced on the occasion of the traveling retrospective exhibition organized by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Richard Diebenkorn: Paintings and Drawings, 1943–1976. Features the artist at the exhibition’s opening in Los Angeles and in his Ocean Park studio with appearances by Irving Blum, Maurice Tuchman, Paul Kantor, William Brice, and Billy Al Bengston. Presented by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and TVTV Inc; directed by Tom McGuire.

From the archives: Artist Richard Diebenkorn

CBS Sunday Morning

In this report for “Sunday Morning,” which originally aired on December 27, 1988, correspondent David Browning visited Diebenkorn’s studio in California’s Sonoma County, to discuss the artist’s “trial and error” approach; and New York’s Museum of Modern Art, where Diebenkorn was being celebrated by a one-man show of his drawings.

Richard Diebenkorn: Two Weeks in January, 1986

Crown Point Press

The artist at work on three etchings in Crown Point Press’s Oakland studio: the large aquatint Green, an unnamed image that was never editioned, and the softground etching, Red Yellow Blue. Features the printers Marcia Bartholme, Hidekatsu Takada, Larry Hamlin, and Renee Bott. A film by Kathan Brown; distributed by Crown Point Press, San Francisco.