Detail View: Clyfford Still Archives:

PSCCS 2011-36-16-01-008
Installation view, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Creation Date: 
Work Creator Name: 
Still, A. Patricia
Work Display Measurement: 
2 x 2 inches (5.08 x 5.08 cm)
Work Material Medium Name: 
color film (film)
Work Material Support Name: 
Work Technique Name: 
color photography
Work Style Period: 
realism (artistic form of expression)
Current Work Location Name: 
Clyfford Still Museum
Creation Location: 
Los Angeles, California
Work Inscription: 
Work Inscription: 
LA County Museum
Work Inscription: 
Mr. Freeman
Work Relation: 
Work Relation: 
Work Description: 
This color slide features an installation view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in California. Photographed through a doorway, a portion of PH-246 (1951-52, cropped) appears on the left. John Stephan, who purchased PH-246 directly from the artist, loaned the painting to LACMA prior to gifting it to the Art Institute of Chicago in 1962. On loan to the museum from 1961-63, PH-337 (1950, cropped) is on display to the right. Stanley Freeman stands in the doorway. Freeman's wife, Betty, composed an unpublished manuscript about Still and his artwork in 1968.
Installation view, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, 1961. Photo by Patricia Still. Courtesy the Clyfford Still Archives
Work Rights Statement: 
Courtesy the Clyfford Still Archives
Image Date Type: 
Image Type Format: 
Image Holding Institution: 
Clyfford Still Museum
Image Collection Name: 
CSM Archival Collection: Objects
Image Rights Statement: 
Photo: Patricia Still, courtesy the Clyfford Still Archives
Image Cataloger Name: 
Kate Landers
Image Cataloger Role: 
Assistant Archivist