Large Still Life

Date: 1966
64 1/2 x 70 1/4 in. (163.8 x 178.4 cm)
Signed:"RD 66" lower left; "R. Diebenkorn/1963" reverse
Credit Line: Gift of the Family of Richard Diebenkorn, 315.2004
Cat. raisonné no.:3643
Obj. no.: 1406

Hilton Kramer, "Diebenkorn's Mastery," New York Times, 12 June 1977; Henry J. Seldis, "Diebenkorn's Triumphant Retrospective," Los Angeles Times, 21 August 1977; Linda L. Cathcart, Richard Diebenkorn: 38th Venice Biennial (New York: American Federation of Arts, 1978), 23; Susan C. Larsen, "Cultivated Canvases," Artforum International, January 1986, 70; Nordland monograph 1987, 134, 139; Andrew Graham-Dixon, "New World View," British Vogue, September 1991, 257; Jack Flam, Richard Diebenkorn: Ocean Park (New York: Gagosian Gallery, 1992), 14–15, fig. 4; Grace Glueck, "A Painter Unafraid to Change Styles," New York Times, 10 October 1997; Hilton Kramer, "Hail, Richard Diebenkorn! So Heroic, So Underrated," New York Observer, 20 October 1997, 31; "Literary Lives," Hungry Mind Review no. 44 (Winter 1997–1998): cover; John Loughery, "American Art: The Center and the Edge," Hudson Review 51, no. 1 (Spring 1998): 187; Daniel Wolff, "Diebenkorn and the Cult of Originality," Threepenny Review no. 73 (Spring 1998): 24; Leo J. O'Donovan, "Coming Home," Washingtonian, May 1998, 62; Victoria Dalkey, "Richard Diebenkorn: Master of Color and Space," Sacramento Bee, 8 November 1998; Morton P. Levitt, "Cézanne Is to Diebenkorn as Joyce Is to Joyce: Realizing the Modernist Imagination," James Joyce Quarterly 39, no. 2 (Winter 2002): 309; Jean Arrouye, ed., Cézanne, d'un siécle à l'autre (Marseille, 2006), 194; Carol Moldaw, So Late, So Soon: New and Selected Poems (Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 2010), cover; Bart Schneider, ed., Richard Diebenkorn: Still Lifes and Landscapes (Berkeley, Calif., 2014), 64, 65 (detail).

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