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  • Mr Longmuir

    Richard Diebenkorn, "Berkeley #57" (1955) | painting | oil on canvas San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

  • Ali Todd

    RIchard Diebenkorn. Berkeley #57. My favorite artist!


    RIchard Diebenkorn. Berkeley #57.. #RichardDiebenkorn - Pinned by from #TommyAndersson

  • Dahlia Riley

    reminds me of (an abstract version of) the aerial landscapes i've been wanting to paint. might be good inspiration for a painting for o's new rm.

  • Dani Ponzio

    Richard Diebenkorn. I love abstract art

  • Richard Fahey

    “Berkeley #57” Oil Painting by Richard Diebenkorn.

  • Forrest Babington

    Richard Diebenkorn. I love his abstract paintings!!

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