David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art
David Park, ‘Woman at Piano’, 1954, Heather James Fine Art

Woman and Piano is one of several views of musicians made by Park in this period including “The Band” and “Jazz Band." Park famously rejected abstraction in the summer of 1949 and disposed of his most non-objective paintings at a dump near his home in Berkeley

Signature: Signed lower left, "David Park"

Staempfli Gallery, David Park: A Retrospective Exhibition, December 5-30, 1961;
Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida, Loan 1963-1965;
Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, David Park: A Singular Humanity, September 4- November 1, 2003

David Park: A Singular Humanity, Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2003, P. 11

Staempfli Gallery, New York
Maxwell Galleries, California;
Private Collection, California;
Hackett Freedman Gallery, California;
Private Collection, Florida

About David Park

American, 1911-1960, Boston, Massachusetts, based in San Francisco, California