Contemporary Evening Auction

Contemporary Evening Auction

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Philip Guston


Auction Closed

November 17, 01:40 AM GMT


2,000,000 - 3,000,000 USD

Lot Details


Philip Guston



signed Philip Guston, titled Stranger, dated 1964 and variously inscribed (on the reverse)

oil on canvas

71 by 78 in.

180.3 by 198.1 cm.

Executed in 1964.



1913 - 1980年


款識:藝術家簽名Philip Guston、書題目Stranger、紀年1964並於多處題款(背面)


71 x 78 英寸

180.3 x 198.1 公分


Marlborough Gallery, New York
The Collection of Gertrude Kasle, Michigan (acquired from the above in 1970)
Christie's New York, 18 November 1992, lot 18 (consigned by the above)
McKee Gallery, New York
Buck A. Mickel, South Carolina 
Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago 
Private Collection, New York (acquired from the above in 2012) 
Acquired by the present owner from the above 

Harold Rosenberg, "Liberation from Detachment," The New Yorker, 7 November 1970, pp. 139 (text) 
Harold Rosenberg, The De-Definition of Art: Action Art to Pop to Earthworks, New York 1972, p. 137 (text) 
Aaron Peasley, "Defiant Strokes: Hauser & Wirth Hosts Philip Guston's Transitional Work," Wallpaper, 29 April 2016, (text), illustrated in color (in installation at Hauser & Wirth in 2016) (online)
Thomas Micchelli, "Flesh and Bones: Philip Guston's 'Thingness,'" Hyperallergic, 30 April 2016, illustrated in color, (text) (online) 
Nora Griffin, "Philip Guston: Burning the Midnight Oil," The Brooklyn Rail, June 2016, section Artseen (text) 
William Eaton, "Guston, Schapiro, Rosenberg,...Dialogue," Zeteo Journal, 13 July 2016, illustrated in color (online)  
R.C. Baker, "Tragicomic Soothsayer: Philip Guston Rides Again," Village Voice, 22 October 2021 (text) (online) 
The Guston Foundation, The Philip Guston Catalogue Raisonné, ongoing, no. P49.009, illustrated in color (online)