Oil on canvas
40 Inches x 46 InchesFramed Size: 41½ Inches x 47½ Inches
Monterey Museum of Art, "Crossing the Bridge: Emiko Nakano—Abstract Landscapes." May 1st through January 15, 2015.
Estate of Emiko Nakano
Carlson Gallery, Carmel, CA.
Private collection, Novato, CA.
The painting is housed in a custom two-inch by one-half inch gold leaf and walnut-stained wood frame.
EMIKO NAKANO (1925 – 1990)
Emiko Nakano studied at the California School of Fine Arts from 1947-51 under Clyfford Still, James Budd Dixon, Edward Corbett, Richard Diebenkorn, Hassel Smith, and Elmer Bischoff. Nakano also studied art history at the University of California under Laslo Moholoy-Nagy.
2005 AskART.com Inc. – Dunbier, Lonnie Pierson (Editor). The Artists Bluebook; 34,000 North American Artists to March 2005
2005 Davenport, Ray. Davenport’s Art Reference: The Gold Edition
2004 Landauer, Susan, et al. San Francisco, and Second Wave: The Blair Collection of Bay Area Abstract Expressionism
1997 Wechsler, Jeffrey (Ed.). Asian Traditions, Modern Expressions: Asian American Artists and Abstraction, 1945-1970
1996 Landauer, Susan. The San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism
1992 Brown, Michael D. Views from Asian California: An Illustrated History 1920-1965
1958 Art Bank of the SFAA. San Francisco Art Association; Painting and Sculpture
Museums and Group Exhibitions:
2014 Monterey Art Museum, Monterey, California
1958 San Francisco Woman Artists, Richmond Art Center, California State Fair
1954 Stanford University Museum and Art Gallery, Stanford, Palo Alto, California
1954 Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Santa Barbara, California
1953 San Francisco Woman Artists, Richmond Art Center, California State Fair
1953 San Francisco Museum of Art; San Francisco Art Association and Open Members Exhibition
1953 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1953 III Biennial, Sao Paulo, Brazil
1952 De Young Museum, San Francisco, California
1952 San Francisco 6th Art Festival, San Francisco
1952 San Francisco Woman Artists, Richmond Art Center, California State Fair
1952 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1952 San Francisco Museum of Art; San Francisco Art Association and Open Members Exhibition
1952 Long Beach Museum of Art; Second West Coast Biennial
1951 San Francisco Museum of Art; San Francisco Art Association and Open Members Exhibition
1951 San Francisco Woman Artists, Richmond Art Center, California State Fair
1951 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Staempli Gallery, New York
Richmond Art Center, two person exhibition with Clayton Pinkerton.
Sources: David Carlson, Carlson Gallery
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