Vija Celmins  Untitled (Big Sea #2)  1969  graphite on acrylic ground on paper  33 1/2 x 44 in.

Vija Celmins Untitled (Big Sea #2) 1969 graphite on acrylic ground on paper 33 1/2 x 44 in.

Vija Celmins, Starfield I, graphite on paper, 1982 Vija Celmins (b. October 25, 1938), American painter, sculptor, object-maker and draughtswoman, of Latvian birth. In 1944 her family fled to eastern Germany, eventually settling near Esslingen am...

Vija Celmins, Starfield I, graphite on paper, 1982 Vija Celmins (b. October 25, 1938), American painter, sculptor, object-maker and draughtswoman, of Latvian birth. In 1944 her family fled to eastern Germany, eventually settling near Esslingen am...

Vija Celmins, Working Photos — from "Vija Celmins" (interviewed by Chuck Close, edited by William S. Bartman), A.R.T. Press, 1992

Vija Celmins, Working Photos — from "Vija Celmins" (interviewed by Chuck Close, edited by William S. Bartman), A.R.T. Press, 1992

Vija Celmins: Always on the Surface / Blog: paper + people / Cunningham Center / Collections / Smith College Museum of Art - Smith College Museum of Art

Vija Celmins: Always on the Surface / Blog: paper + people / Cunningham Center / Collections / Smith College Museum of Art - Smith College Museum of Art

Vija Celmins, “Eraser,” 1967. Painted wood. 4 x 21 x 8 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington

Vija Celmins, “Eraser,” 1967. Painted wood. 4 x 21 x 8 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington

6.4 Vija Celmins, Untitled, 1970. Directly related to Magritte's work. Making herself diminuitive in relation to this comb that she created.

6.4 Vija Celmins, Untitled, 1970. Directly related to Magritte's work. Making herself diminuitive in relation to this comb that she created.

Vija Celmins, born October 25, 1938, Riga, Latvia. Influenced by Chuck Close, Brice Marden, Giorgio Morandi

Vija Celmins, born October 25, 1938, Riga, Latvia. Influenced by Chuck Close, Brice Marden, Giorgio Morandi

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