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    Sale 12040


    14 September 2016, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 486

    David Breuer-Weil (London b. 1965)


    Price Realised  


    David Breuer-Weil (London b. 1965)
    oil on canvas
    34 x 46 ¼ in. (86.4 x 117.4 cm.)
    Painted in 2007.

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    Please note that the title for this work should read: Mortal and not as printed in the catalogue. Painted in 2004. Please refer to www.christies.com for additional literature reference.


    M. Bohm-Duchen, J. Hyman, David Breuer-Weil: Radical Visionary, 2001, Skira, Italy, p. 102, illustrated.