Four Paintings by Alfred Leslie

BOMB 13 Fall 1985
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Alfred Leslie, Drive-in Movie, Santa Barbara, California, 1977–81, watercolor, 18 × 24 inches. Courtesy Oil and Steel Gallery.

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Alfred Leslie, Drive-in Movie, Santa Barbara, California, 1977–81, watercolor, 18 × 24 inches. Courtesy Oil and Steel Gallery.

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Alfred Leslie, Rocky Beach: Santa Barbara California, 1977–81, watercolor, 40 × 60 inches. Collection Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

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Alfred Leslie, Full Moon and Rising Sun Near Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1977–81, watercolor, 18 × 24 inches. Courtesy Oil and Steel Gallery.

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