February 21, 2016

MODERN ART & DESIGN AUCTION

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Lot 335: Frederick Sommer

Lot 335: Frederick Sommer

Untitled

1951
Gouache on black construction paper
Signed and dated in graphite verso
Sheet: 12" x 18.5"
Provenance: Gerald Nordland, Chicago, Illinois (acquired directly from the artist)
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000
Price Realized: $4,166
Inventory Id: 21335

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An author, curator, essayist, educator, and museum director, Gerald Nordland (born 1927) has enjoyed a remarkably rich and distinguished life in the arts. He served as head of the San Francisco Museum of Art, the Milwaukee Art Museum, and the Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery at the University of California, Los Angeles. As a dean of the Chouinard Art Institute in the early 1960s, he helped organize the school's transition into a wing of the nascent California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). Nordland's vast literary output includes seminal monographs on Richard Diebenkorn and the sculptures of Gaston Lachaise. He was the friend and acquaintance of many of the greats of 20th century art including Man Ray, Mark Rothko, Robert Motherwell, and Frederick Sommer. Nordland is a true connoisseur.

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