Ocean Park #54 is an artwork created by Richard Diebenkorn in 1972. It is an oil and charcoal painting on canvas, with dimensions of 100 × 81 inches. This piece belongs to Diebenkorn’s “Ocean Park” series, which was inspired by the artist’s Santa Monica neighborhood.
Diebenkorn was known for capturing the essence of the light on the streets and hillsides of his surroundings. “Ocean Park #54” is considered a Color Field Painting, which is characterized by abstract illusions of depth. The artwork’s use of color and shading creates a unique representation of the ocean and sky.
Richard Diebenkorn was a renowned American painter of the 20th century. His “Ocean Park” series is considered to be his most significant accomplishment, with works featuring geometric shapes, angles, and lines. “Ocean Park #54” is part of the outstanding collection at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.