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Description: Urban city scene influence by Richard Diebenkorn by Sally Kissinger Wilt (American, 1936-2004). A young artist immersed in the Figurative movement in San Francisco in the early 1960's, her mentors and often subjects were Wayne Theabaud, Richard Diebenkorn and Joan Brown. From a collection discovered in the bay area 25 years ago. Signed "Wilt" on verso. Unframed. Image size, 54"H x 43"W. Wilt, a California artist and writer, was raised in South Bend, Indiana. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with special honors in English from Indiana University. As a painter and printmaker, she studied in Austria with Oskar Kokoshka and then moved to San Francisco in 1962 to study with Richard Diebenkorn at the San Francisco Art Institute. One of her subjects and class mates was Joan Brown, also Manuel Neri and teacher was Wayne Theibaud. She later taught art and nature classes for the Audubon Society and the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum.
Condition Report: Excellent
Dimensions: 54"H x 2"D x 43"L
Artist or Maker: Sally Kissinger Wilt
Medium: Oil on canvas
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