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Only the Brave Sea… in a close Brush with Death

Watercolor and lithograph on paper
23 3/4 × 17 3/4 in
60.3 × 45.1 cm
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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ARTIST MANUEL NERI

EXHIBITED: EXHIBITEDWiley Territory Walker Art …

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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ARTIST MANUEL NERI

EXHIBITED: EXHIBITEDWiley Territory Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 12/9/79-1/27/80, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 5/10- 6/21 1980, Des Moines Art Center, 7/19 - 8/31 1980, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 12/12- 1/25 1981; Arts Benicia Gallery, Benicia, California, …

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William T. Wiley
American, b. 1937
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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been invented by Thomas Pynchon.” Wiley was one of the founding fathers of West Coast Funk Art, alongside Robert Arneson, Roy Robert Hudson, and Roy DeForest. He rose to prominence in the 1970s with his offbeat …

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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ARTIST MANUEL NERI

EXHIBITED: EXHIBITEDWiley Territory Walker Art …

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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ARTIST MANUEL NERI

EXHIBITED: EXHIBITEDWiley Territory Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 12/9/79-1/27/80, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 5/10- 6/21 1980, Des Moines Art Center, 7/19 - 8/31 1980, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 12/12- 1/25 1981; Arts Benicia Gallery, Benicia, California, …

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William T. Wiley
American, b. 1937
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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been …

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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been invented by Thomas Pynchon.” Wiley was one of the founding fathers of West Coast Funk Art, alongside Robert Arneson, Roy Robert Hudson, and Roy DeForest. He rose to prominence in the 1970s with his offbeat …

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Only the Brave Sea… in a close Brush with Death

Watercolor and lithograph on paper
23 3/4 × 17 3/4 in
60.3 × 45.1 cm
Bidding closed
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