Tony DeLap

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Tony DeLap
Tony DeLap with Goky at home in Corona del Mar, CA.JPG
DeLap with Goky at home in Newport Beach, California
Born
Truman Henry DeLap

(1927-11-04)November 4, 1927
DiedMay 29, 2019(2019-05-29) (aged 91)
EducationCalifornia College of the Arts, Academy of Art San Francisco, Claremont Graduate University
OccupationArtist
Spouse(s)Kathy DeLap
Websitewww.tonydelap.com

Truman Henry "Tony" DeLap (4 November 1927[1] – 29 May 2019[2])[3] was an American artist who worked mainly in California. He was known for his abstract sculpture using illusionist techniques and craftsmanship. His works were important in the West Coast minimalism and Op Art field.

DeLap was included in several important group exhibitions of the 1960s including; Primary Structures at the Jewish Museum; American Sculpture of the Sixties at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and The Responsive Eye at The Museum of Modern Art, New York City.

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