Nov 16, 2017 to Jan 7, 2018
In praise of his contributions to the Bay Area figurative movement, as well as his abstract pieces—in particular his Ocean Park series—The Guardian has called Richard Diebenkorn “one of the greatest and most doggedly independent American painters of the 20th century.” An exhibit at the Crocker displays a selection of the late California artist’s earliest creations—78 drawings and 22 paintings—as well as sketches and watercolors from his time serving in the Marines. Images worth an extra linger include Urbana No. 2 (The Archer) and an untitled work that depicts the Pearl Harbor attack.
Museum hours are Tues.-Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thurs. 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Crocker Art Museum
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