Ed Ruscha

Dimple

signed E.Ruscha and dated '64

tempera and ink on paper

sheet: 11½ by 14½ in.

29.2 by 37.1 cm.

framed: 19⅛ by 22 in.

48.6 by 55.9 cm.

Executed in 1964.

Price upon request

Details
Up arrow
Ed Ruscha
Dimple

signed E.Ruscha and dated '64

tempera and ink on paper

sheet: 11½ by 14½ in.

29.2 by 37.1 cm.

framed: 19⅛ by 22 in.

48.6 by 55.9 cm.

Executed in 1964.
Provenance

Robert Fraser Gallery, London

Clive Barker, London

Robert Fraser Gallery, London

Collection of the artist

Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles

Ulrike Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles

Private Collection

Sotheby's Parke Bernet, New York, 6 November 1985, lot 139 (consigned by the above)

Collection of the artist (acquired from the above)

Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London

Private Collection, Baltimore (acquired in 1999)

Christie's, New York, Wednesday, 12 May 2010, lot 148 (consigned by the above)

Van de Wegh Fine Art, New York (acquired from the above)

Neal Meltzer Fine Art, New York

Acquired from the above by the present owner

Exhibition

London, Robert Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles Now, January - February 1966

London, Hayward Gallery, Pop Art Redefined, July - September 1969, fig. 91, illustrated and p. 238 (text)

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art; Vancouver Art Gallery; The San Antonio Museum of Art; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Works of Edward Ruscha, March 1982 - May 1983, no. 64, pl. 17, pp. 52 and 176, illustrated

Vero Beach, The Gallery at Windsor, Ed Ruscha: The Drawn Word, December 2003 - February 2004, illustrated

New York, Edward Tyler Nahem, Ed Ruscha Selected Works, May - June 2005, p. 15, illustrated in color

Literature

Exh. Cat., Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Edward Ruscha (Ed-wud Rew-shay), Young Artist, 1972, illustrated

"Painted Words," Saturday Review, March 1982, p. 9, illustrated

Ed Ruscha, They Called Her Styrene, London, 2000, illustrated in color