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Philip Guston

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Philip Guston

Philip Guston

Nile

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Property Sold to Benefit the O'Donnell Foundation

Philip Guston

1913 - 1980

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signed Philip Guston (lower left); signed againtitled, and dated 1958 (on the reverse)

oil on canvas

64 ⅞ by 75 ½ in. 164.8 by 191 cm.

Executed in 1958. 


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收益惠捐奧當尼基金會

菲利普・加斯頓

1913 - 1980年

《尼羅河》


款識:藝術家簽名Philip Guston(左下);再次簽名、書題目並紀年1958(背面)

油彩畫布

64 ⅞ x 75 ½ 英寸;164.8 x 191 公分

1958年作

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Sidney Janis Gallery, New York
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Blake, Dallas (acquired from the above in 1958)
Mr. Douglas Blake, Dallas (acquired as a gift from the above)
Janie C. Lee Gallery, Houston
Peter and Edith O'Donnell, Dallas (acquired from the above in 1978)
Thence by descent to the present owner
Michel Ragnon, “L'Art Actuel aux Etats-Unis/Art Today in the United States,” Cimaise, Paris, January–March 1959, p. 10, illustrated 
John Canaday, "Art: Stylistic Poles Apart: Philip Guston, Abstractionist and Jack Levine, Satirist, Have Shows Here," The New York Times, 30 December 1959, p. 44 (text)
"Guston Exhibit Draws Acclaim at Janis Gallery," Kingston Daily Freeman, 11 January 1960, p. 14 (text)
Edward B. Henning, "Some Contemporary Paintings," Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art 49, No. 3, 1962, p. 53 (text) 
Frank O'Hara, "Growth and Guston," Art Chronicles 1954-1966, New York, 1975, p. 140 (text) 
Carter Ratcliff, "The Mastery of Philip Guston," Saturday Review, January 1981, p. 81, illustrated
Christopher Bucklow, What is in the Dwat: The Universe of Guston's Final Decade, Grasmere, 2007, pp. 60, 201 (text); pl. 5, p. 171, illustrated in color 
Guston Foundation, The Philip Guston Catalogue Raisonné, digital, ongoing, no. P58.003, illustrated in color
Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, New York and Paris: Paintings in the 50s, 1959 
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum & Its Friends: Eighteen Living American Artists Selected by the Friends of the Whitney Museum, Second Loan Exhibition, 1959, p. 19, illustrated; p. 47 (text)
New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, 29 Recent Paintings by Philip Guston, 1959–1960, no. 4, p. 7, illustrated; p. 47 (text)
Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts, To Be Continued:  The Museum Collection Now and In Prospect, 1960, no. 49, n.p. (text) 
New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum; London, Whitechapel Gallery; Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts; and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Philip Guston, 1962–1963, no. 44, p. 42 (text)
Austin, University of Texas, Recent American Paintings, 1964, no. 17, n.p. (text) (incorrectly dated 1960)
Houston, University of St. Thomas, Six Painters: Mondrian, Guston, Kline, De Kooning, Pollock, Rothko, 1967, no. 19, p. 39, illustrated in color 
Dallas, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Collects, 1968 
Fort Worth Art Museum, Twentieth Century Art from Fort Worth and Dallas Collections, 1974, n.p. (text)
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1975 (short term loan)
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1978 (short term loan)