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SUMMER BREAK, Part I Art Selections July 2018

DAVID RICHARD GALLERY


ISBN : 978-0-9907011-7-0

Front Cover: Sanford Wurmfeld, II-4, 1974, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48” One of three spectacular and important paintings by Sanford Wurmfeld that have never been presented in an exhibition. They are from the seminal series initially exhibited in the inaugural show of the Susan Caldwell Gallery and at Denise Rene Gallery in 1974, where the larger horizontal paintings measuring 72 inches in length were presented. These early works experimented with combinations of multiple hues in grids migrating across the canvas and variations with fully saturated colors and ranges of values with and without white. These led to the artist’s understanding of color, value and pattern with respect to visual perception and gave rise to his more monumental paintings and ultimately the fully immersive cycloramas. Title Page: (Opposite): Leon Berkowitz, Oblique #6, 1968, Oil on canvas, 114 x 37” Printed on the occasion of the production of the online exhibition and digital catalogue for SUMMER BREAK Part I, Art Selections, July 2018

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All rights reserved by David Richard Gallery, LLC. No part of this catalogue may be reproduced in whole or part in digital or printed form of any kind whatsoever without the express written permission of David Richard Gallery, LLC. Catalogue: © 2018 David Richard Gallery, LLC, Santa Fe, NM | New York, NY Catalogue Design: David Eichholtz and Richard Barger, David Richard Gallery, LLC, Santa Fe, NM | New York, NY

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Thomas Downing Twenty-two, 1972 Acrylic on shaped canvas 90” x 47”

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Albert Stadler Ballast, 1964 Oil on canvas 59” × 24”

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This artwork was included in the exhibition, “Post-Painterly Abstraction”, organized by Clement Greenberg at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1964.


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Mokha Laget Catwalk, 2017 Flashe and pigment on shaped canvas 42.5” x 99” x 2”

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Mokha Laget Upwind, 2017 Flashe and pigment on shaped canvas 57.75” x 39” x 2”

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Robert Swain Untitled 6x6 - 29x11, 2016 Acrylic on canvas 72” x 72”


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Robert Swain Untitled 7x7 - 3x15F, 2015 Acrylic on canvas 84” x 84”

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Ronnie Landfield Irresistible Force, 1999 Acrylic on canvas 57” x 58”

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Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5346), 1969 Oil On Canvas 24” x 20”

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Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5238), 1961 Oil On Canvas 42” x 38”

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Marge Rector Abstract X, 1992 Acrylic on canvas 53” x 51”

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Phillis Ideal Brown Spots, 2016 Acrylic, collage, spray paint, resin on panel 20” x 16”

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Phillis Ideal Lemon Yellow Slat, 2016 Acrylic, collage, resin on canvas 24” x 24”


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Marge Rector Abstract 9, 1970 Acrylic on canvas 56” x 48”

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Henry Charles Pearson Red Band Flat #3, 1967 Acrylic on canvas 30” × 25”

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Deaccessioned from Bass Museum.


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Julian Stanczak Accumulating Warm, 2002 Acrylic on canvas 38” x 38”

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Julian Stanczak Structure In Yellow, 1989 Acrylic on canvas 60” x 60”

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Julian Stanczak Centered Duality Blue II, 1981 Acrylic on canvas 30” x 30” 1981-1982

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Tadasky C107, 1964 Acrylic on canvas 32” x 32”

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Tadasky E142, 1969 Acrylic on canvas 34” X 34”

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Rakuko Naito RN1332-65, 1965 Acrylic on cotton canvas 32” x 32” x 1.5”

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Rakuko Naito RN1432-65, 1965 Acrylic on cotton canvas 32” x 32” x 1.5”

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Edna Andrade Presence II, 1969 Acrylic on canvas 60” × 40”

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Ludwig Wilding Untitled, 1977 Serigraph on paper Image size: 18.875” x 18.875” Paper size: 23.5” x 23.5”

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Ernst Benkert Untitled Lithograph 27.5” x 27.5”

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Print of the artist’s painting presented in the exhibition, “The Responsive Eye”, 1965 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.


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Beth Radford Magnetic series Acrylic on canvas 96” x 96” x 1.25”

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Four panels each 48” x 48” x 1.25”


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Jean Dewasne Untitled, ca 1978 Lithograph 26.75” x 20.75”

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Rupprecht Geiger Modulation, Blue Grey / Orange orb, 1969 Silkscreen on paper 18.875” x 12.5”

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Publisher Gernot v. Pape, Munich 1969.


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Gloria Klein Untitled 20, 1981 Acrylic on canvas 60” x 60”

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Gloria Klein Untitled, 1983 Acrylic on canvas 59” x 40”

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Josef Levi Untitled (Orange / Pink) Serigraph on paper Image size: 16.5” x 16.5”

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Paper size” 17” x 16.5”


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Josef Levi N-BRG (Blue Yellow), 1969 Serigraph on paper Image size: 18.375” x 18.375”

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Paper size: 24” x 24.125”


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Michael Scott #80, 2009 Enamel on aluminum 60� x 60�

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Michael Scott #108, 2015 Enamel on aluminum 63� x 63�

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Tadaaki Kuwayama TK4935-1/2-’65, 1965 Acrylic on canvas 35.5” x 35.5”

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Paul Mogensen Dot Dash Painting on Black, 1977 Acrylic on canvas 89” × 200“

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lllustrated in Claudine Humblet’s, The New American Abstraction, 1950-1970.


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Leo Valledor The Impossible Dream, 1981 Acrylic on canvas 120” x 132”

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Three panels 48” x 72” 48” x 121” 24” x 120”


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Leo Valledor Pow Wow Now, 1980 Acrylic on canvas 72” x 48”

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Oli Sihvonen Plus X Minus - Today 1/2 Cent (141), 1968 Oil on canvas 96” x 82”

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Oli Sihvonen Untitled (076), 1988 Oil and acrylic on canvas 72” x 82”

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Ernest Dieringer Announcement, 1966 Acrylic on canvas 93” × 93”

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This painting was used for the invitation for Dieringer’s first solo show at Poindexter Gallery on W 56 ST, New York. While not widely known today, Dieringer exhibited alongside preeminent artists of the mid-20th-century such as Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Ellsworth Kelly, and Frank Stella. Dieringer began his career in association with the Chicago-based Wells Street Gallery in 1957, where he showed his work with other abstract artists such as Robert Natkin and John Chamberlain. The gallery was considered a vanguard space in Chicago for exhibiting abstract artists from the surrounding area who were not yet established. Artists associated with the gallery eventually became known as the Wells Street Group. Due to the success of the gallery, Dieringer and other group members were invited by the Manhattan-based, contemporary art dealer Elin Poindexter to join her gallery in the 1960s. Courtesy The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York


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Christian Haub Float for Ritchie Valens, 2014 Cast acrylic sheet 36” x 39” x 3.5”

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Christian Haub Float for Roger McCormick, 2015 Cast acrylic sheet 24” x 24” x 2.5”

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Li Trincere Blueband1, 2018 Acrylic on canvas 24” x 24”

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Li Trincere LG red bands, 2018 Acrylic on canvas 40” x 20”

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Stephen Westfall Other Places, 2015 Oil and alkyd on canvas 45” x 54”

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Stephen Westfall Jewel Curtain, 2015 Oil and alkyd on canvas 75” x 50”

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Richard Roth Blue Angel, 2017 Acrylic on wood panel 12” x 8” x 4”

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Richard Roth I Put a Spell on You, 2018 Acrylic on wood panel 12” x 8” x 4”

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Jeff Kahm Transformation No 2, 2018 Acrylic on canvas 99” x 78” x 3.25”

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Jeff Kahm Utterance, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 44” x 44”

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Angela Johal Polychromatic Scale No.3, 2018 Acrylic polymer on canvas 48” x 48”

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Angela Johal Variations On A Theme No.2, 2017 Acrylic polymer on canvas 48” x 60”

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Andrew Huffman Modulated 18, 2017 Acrylic on canvas over board 24” x 24”

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Andrew Huffman Modulated 23, 2017 Acrylic on canvas 24” x 24”

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