The Collector's Eye: Property from the Collection of Dr. M. Wallace and Mrs. Faega
1924 – 2010
signed, titled and dated 1960 on the reverse
acrylic on canvas
70½ by 70⅛ in. 179.1 by 178.1 cm.
framed: 71½ by 72 in. 186.6 by 182.9 cm.
This work is in very good condition overall. Please email email@example.com for a condition report prepared by Amann + Estabrook Conservation Associates. Framed.
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Lawrence Rubin Gallery, New York
André Emmerich Gallery, Inc., New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner in March 1977
E.C. Goossen, Kenneth Noland, Zurich 1962, n.p., illustrated
R.J. Reese, "Kenneth Noland at the Rutland Gallery," Studio International, January/February 1975 (text)
Kenworth Moffett, Kenneth Noland, New York 1977, n.p, pl. 86, illustrated
Ellen Johnson, American Artists on Art from 1940-1980, New York 1982, n.p., pl. 13, illustrated
Robert Perley and Mary Hall, Eds., Art and Mass Media, New York 1985, illustrated on the cover
The New York Cultural Center, On Loan: Works from 15 New York Galleries, January 1974
London, Rutland Gallery, Kenneth Noland: Painting, November - December 1974, p. 2, illustrated in color
University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, Kenneth Noland / Matrix 74, August - September 1984, n.p. (text)