American & 20th-21st Century International Art

October 05, 2017

LOT 67

Lot 67

David Deutsch (1943-)

David Deutsch (1943-)
Lot 67 Details
David Deutsch (1943-), American


Gouache and gum arabic on paper, mounted on canvas mounted on an irregularly shaped panel; signed, titled, dated Feb 1985 and inscribed “In honor of Patrick Hogan” in ink to the right selvage.
Irregular 7.25" x 53.5 ins x 1.5" — 18.4 x 135.9 x 3.8 cms

Estimate $700-$1,000

Realised: $720
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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David Deutsch (1943-)
  • David Deutsch (1943-)
  • David Deutsch (1943-)

Blum Helman Gallery Inc., New York, NY, USA, Inventory No. 5690;
Richard Green Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Inventory No. 1189L1108;
Prominent Private Collection


Jane Livingston, LOMA: Literature on Modern Art: an Annual Bibliography, Vol. 3, Lund Humphries Publishers, 1971, p. 10, 33, 55


In 1970, David Deutsch and Patrick Hogan, along with John Alberty, were named the Contemporary Art Council new talent award winners, by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles, USA).

Deutsch and Hogan, and their Los Angeles contemporaries would exhibit a number of times together before Hogan’s death in 1988.


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LOT 67

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