Billy Al Bengston, 1960’s Artwork

A dramatic, lacquer-and-polyester-resin-on-aluminum, 1968 artwork from the Alamo series by important, West Coast American artist, Billy Al Bengston (b. 1934). The piece from an edition of 20. Initialed "A.B.". Unframed: 36"H x 24"W Bengston had his first one-man show at age 24 at the legendary Ferus Gallery, a mecca for young artists in Los Angeles, where he won instant acclaim. Select public collections: Phoenix Art Museum; Whitney Museum of American Art; Guggenheim Museum; Museum of Modern Art; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; Art Gallery of Ontario; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art  

Additional information


37.5in. Height x 35.5in. Width


Aluminum, lacquer, resin

Place of Origin

United States



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