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And Again

Photo: Susan Cole

And Again

1964

Kenneth Noland

American, 1924 - 2010

Acrylic resin on unprimed canvas
69 1/2 x 69 1/2 in. (176.5 x 176.5cm)
Gift of the Virginia and Bagley Wright Collection, in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Seattle Art Museum
2020.15.25
Photo: Susan Cole
location
Not currently on view

Resources

Exhibition HistorySeattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, "SAM at 75: Building a Collection for Seattle", May 5, 2007 - September 9, 2007

Pullman, Washington, Museum of Art Washington State University, “Art and Context: the 1950s and 60s”, September 29 – December 15, 2006.

Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, "The Virginia and Bagley Wright Collection of Modern Art", March 4, 1999 - May 5, 1999

Washington, D.C., Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Twentieth Century Painting from Collections in the State of Washington, (dates not recorded),1966 (Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum Pavilion, December 8, 1966-January 8, 1967).

New York, New York, Museum of Modern Art, "The Responsive Eye," February 23-April 25, 1965. Circuit to: St. Louis, Missouri, City Art Museum of St. Louis, May 20-June 20, 1965; Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, July 15-August 23, 1965; Pasadena, California, The Pasadena Art Museum, September 25-November 7, 1965; Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Museum of Art, December 14, 1965-January 23, 1966

Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, City of Tomorrow: Jinny Wright and the Art That Shaped a New Seattle, Oct. 23, 2020 - Jan. 18, 2021.

Published ReferencesIshikawa, Chiyo, ed. "A Community of Collectors: 75th Anniversary Gifts to the Seattle Art Museum." Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 2007, p. 50, illus. p. 52

Hudson, Andrew. "A 'Freshness of Eye' Wafted in From the West Coast," in The Washington Post, 1966 (date unknown)

Seitz, William C. "The Responsive Eye," exh. cat. New York: Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1965. Ill. p. 44

Bruce, Chris and Keith Wells. “Art & Context: The ‘50s and ‘60s.” Pullman, Washington: Museum of Art, 2006. Pp.56-57 (illustrated).

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