"1963 Cityscape 1 (Landscape #1)" by Richard Diebenkorn

Cityscape I, 1963

Diebenkorn, Richard [American Abstract Painter, Cityscape I (Landscape No. 1963 Oil on canvas 60 ¼ x 50 ½ in San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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10 Rules for Creative Projects from Iconic Painter Richard Diebenkorn

10 Rules for Creative Projects from Iconic Painter Richard Diebenkorn.Richard Diebenkorn’s Girl On a Terrace, Illustration: 2014 The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

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Richard Diebenkorn, Untitled (Yellow Collage), 1966, cut-and-pasted paper, gouache, and ink on paper

Richard Diebenkorn, Untitled (Yellow Collage), 1966 cut-and-pasted paper, gouache, and ink on paper 28 × 22 in 73 × cm

Richard Diebenkorn -- A surprising difference in subject matter from the typical Diebenkorns. #tea #cupa #cupoftea

Jen Maloney "Diebenkorn" - (Old caption: Richard Diebenkorn -- A surprising difference in subject matter from the typical Diebenkorns.

Richard Diebenkorn in front of his painting Cityscape in his Stanford University studio in Palo Alto, California, 1963.    Love this photo. Especially for the Mustache.   The perfect mark of great times past. Few artists have mustaches in the present, but the all don mustaches in old photos!

Richard Diebenkorn in front of his painting Cityscape in his Stanford University studio in Palo Alto, California, Photo by Leo Holub. Courtesy of The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Richard Diebenkorn (April 22, 1922 – March 30, 1993) was an American painter. His early work is associated with abstract expressionism and the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. His later work (best known as the Ocean Park paintings) were instrumental to his achievement of worldwide acclaim. (Wikipedia)

Henry Pierre Villierme is an American painter associated with abstract expressionism and the Bay Area Figurative Movement. Villierme is considered one of the "Second Generation" members of the Bay Area Figurative Movement.

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