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  • Provenance

    Herbert Palmer Gallery, Los Angeles; Foster Goldstrom Gallery, New York; Sale: Christie's, New York, Post-War and Contemporary Art, September 15, 2004, lot 122

  • Exhibited

    Minneapolis, Walker Art Center; Kansas City, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; San Diego, Museum of Contemporary Art; and Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Jennifer Bartlett, April 1985-June 1986; Beverly Hills, Lewis Stern Galleries, Stamens and Pistils, Interpreting the Flower, 1790-1990, November 1990-January 1991.

  • Literature

    M. Goldwater, Jennifer Bartlett, Minneapolis: Walker Art Center; New York: Abbeville Press, 1985, no.37

  • Catalogue Essay

    I think that an abstract painting is actually more figurative than a figurative painting, because it frequently is closer to the thing it is depicting. If you paint a red square, you have a red square of a certain measurable dimension. If you paint a vase of flowers, the vase of flowers is not measurable, more abstract than the red square.
     
     
    (Jennifer Bartlett, in conversation with Elizabeth Murray, BOMB Magazine, Fall 2005)

198

Morning Glories (from The Creek series)

1984
Oil on canvas.
19 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. (49.5 x 49.5 cm).
Signed, titled and dated "Morning Glories, Jennifer Bartlett 1984" on the stretcher.

Estimate
$8,000 - 12,000 

Sold for $8,750

80s

17 December 2010
New York