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Diebenkorn Ocean Park Series 6

2.00 LBS
$18.95 (Fixed shipping cost)

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Richard Diebenkorn Art Print


Medium: Art Print

Condition: New

28 x 27 Inches



Richard Diebenkorn Art Print, This is a wonderful exciting Art Print.Sophisticated and elegant abstract with ocean blue colors Featured in several important published works on the artist. Limited Edition features sophisticated brilliant color tones in this print, excellent!


Made of the very Finest Archival Museum quality papers in MINT CONDITION is highly desirable for collectors. This item selling in Upscale Art Galleries and Museum galleries when and if it can be found. This item is subject to availability. This is perfect for any elegant home, office, restaurant or place of business. WE CARRY SEVERAL of this artist Art works in our inventory.




Richard Diebenkorn, Jr. (April 22, 1922 – March 30, 1993) was a well-known 20th century American painter. Diebenkorn was born in Portland, Oregon; his family moved to San Francisco, California when he was two. In 1940, Diebenkorn entered Stanford University. At first, he painted and drew in a representational style that was in a large part influenced by Edward Hopper. However, during the late 1940s and early 1950s he lived and worked in various places: New York City, Woodstock, New York, Albuquerque, New Mexico,  Illinois, Berkeley, California and he developed his own style of abstract expressionist painting. He became a leading abstract expressionist on the west coast. By the mid-1950s Diebenkorn had become an important figurative painter, in a style that bridged Henri Matisse with abstract expressionism. Diebenkorn, Elmer Bischoff, David Park, James Weeks, and others participated in a renaissance of figurative painting, dubbed the Bay Area Figurative Movement.
 The "Ocean Park" series, began in 1967 and developed for over twenty-five years, became his most famous work and resulted in more than 140 paintings.These large-scale abstract compositions are named after a community in Santa Monica, California, where he had his studio. The Ocean Park series bridges his earlier abstract expressionist works with Color field painting and Lyrical Abstraction.  Diebenkorn died from emphysema in Berkeley on March 30, 1993.



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