Victor Di Gesu (USA 1914-1988) Pencil on Paper
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Victor Di Gesu (American 1914-1988) Pencil on Paper. Circa 1955. Di Gesu was a California based artist, though his works and career have had a global impact. His exhibition history includes the San Francisco Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum, San Francisco Civic Center, the Salon D'Automne - Grand Palais, Paris, Louvre - Paris, Exposition des Artists Etrangers a Paris ... He was featured by the Carmel Art Association in their 75th Anniversary Historical Exhibition, (August 8 - September 4, 2002). This exhibit bridged the seventy five years of the association with those who played an integral role in its history. Regarded highly through his career- this is best exemplified by the invitation from the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1948, to exhibit along with Richard Diebenkorn, Samuel Francis, Frank Lobdell, David Park, Elmer Bischoff, Hassel Smith and Barbara Stevenson.
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