Ocean Park #94

Date: 1976
Dimensions:
93 1/8 x 81 1/8 in. (236.5 x 206.1 cm)
Signed:"RD 76" lower left; "Top/R. Diebenkorn/Ocean Park #94 – 1976" reverse
Credit Line: Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, Gift of Phyllis G. Diebenkorn, 1998.142
Cat. raisonné no.:4264
Obj. no.: 1515
References

John Russell, "Diebenkorn's Stunning Achievement," New York Times, 5 December 1976.

"The Ocean Park Series: Bay Artist in Major Exhibition," Evening Outlook (Santa Monica), 30 July 1977, as "Ocean Park Series, No. 4, 1954."

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "Richard Diebenkorn: Paintings and Drawings, 1943–1976," Members' Calendar, August 1977, cover.

Henry J. Seldis, "Diebenkorn's Triumphant Retrospective," Los Angeles Times, 21 August 1977.

Gordon J. Hazlitt, "Diebenkorn: The Painter's Painter," Hughes Airwest Sundancer, September 1977, 43.

Terry St. John, "Diebenkorn: A Retrospective Exhibition," Art (Art Guild of the Oakland Museum Association), September–October 1977, 2.

Ann Gold, "Diebenkorn Magic Returns to the Oakland Museum," San Francisco, October 1977, 108.

Phil Mumma, "A Quiet Californian Is U.S.' Hottest Artist," The Museum of California 1, no. 4 (October 1977): 15.

Beth Coffelt, "Doomsday in the Bright Sun," San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, 16 October 1977.

Nancy Marmer, "Richard Diebenkorn: Pacific Extensions," Art in America, January–February 1978, 97.

William Wilson, "Digging for Roots at Venice's Biennale," Los Angeles Times, 9 July 1978.

William Wilson, "The Year of the Buck," Los Angeles Times, 31 December 1978.

Art in Embassies, U.S. Department of State, Arte en la Embajada (Caracas, 1979), cover (detail), n.p.

"Art Collection at U.S. Embassy Residence," Daily Journal (Caracas), 15 May 1979.

Baiba Pecins, "Richard Diebenkorn among U.S. Artists Visiting Venezuela," Daily Journal (Caracas), 20 May 1979.

Jacques Maquet, The Aesthetic Experience: An Anthropologist Looks at the Visual Arts (New Haven, 1986), 192.

Gerald Nordland, Richard Diebenkorn (New York, 1987), 192 (rev. ed. [2001], 196).

Kenneth Baker, "Visit a Museum Without a Set Purpose," San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, 7 June 1992.

Carol Vogel, "Inside Art; Reopening in Midtown," New York Times, 14 August 1998.

Kenneth Baker, "A New Force In Art Education," San Francisco Chronicle, 10 January 1999.

"Acquisitions, 1997–1999," Journal of the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University 1, 1998–99 (2001): 91.

Suzanne Loebl, America's Art Museums: A Traveler's Guide to Great Collections Large and Small (New York, 2002), 104.

Sarah C. Bancroft, Susan Landauer, and Peter Levitt, Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series (Newport Beach, Calif.: Orange County Museum of Art, 2011), 107, pl. 41.

Kenneth Baker, "Cantor Center Swaps Its Layout," San Francisco Chronicle, 13 January 2011.

Iva Gueorguieva (New York, 2016), 12; Eric Huang, "'Figuration/Abstraction' Features Cantor's Best," Stanford Daily, 8 April 2016.

Jane Livingston and Andrea Liguori, eds., Richard Diebenkorn: The Catalogue Raisonné (New Haven and London, 2016), 4: pp. 226–27, cat. 4264, ill.

Elyn Zimmerman, "What Diebenkorn and Matisse Taught Me about the Hard Work of Making Art," Getty Iris (online), 6 December 2016.

Rebekah Kirkman, "Dance of Anxiety," City Paper (Baltimore), 11–18 January 2017.

Sean Martinfield, "Janet Bishop—On the Matisse/Diebenkorn Exhibit at SFMOMA, Now Through 5/29," Huffington Post, 4 April 2017.

Carlos Valladares, "Art ++: Diebenkorn/Cassavetes," Stanford Daily, 27 February 2018.

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