PETER DOIG (B. 1959)
PETER DOIG (B. 1959)
PETER DOIG (B. 1959)
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PETER DOIG (B. 1959)


PETER DOIG (B. 1959)
titled twice, inscribed and dated ‘SWAMP’ED ‘WHITENOISE’ SWAMP-ED APRIL-JUNE 90’ (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
77 ½ x 95 in. (197 x 241 cm.)
Painted in 1990.
Private collection, London, acquired directly from the artist, 1990
Anon. sale; Sotheby’s, London, 7 February 2002, lot 4
Private collection, Europe
Anon. sale; Christie's, New York, 11 May 2015, lot 5A
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner
G. Jones, "Weird places, Strange folk", frieze, no. 6, September/October 1992, p. 26
I. Kleijn, P. van den Bosch and F. Cohen, eds., Peter Doig: Charley’s Space, exh. cat., Maastricht, Bonnefanten Museum, 2003, pp. 19, 53 and 135 (illustrated).
P. Bonaventura, "Peter Doig: A Partial Record," Parkett, no. 67, May 2003, pp. 56 and 59 (illustrated).
A. Searle, K. Scot and C. Grenier, eds., Peter Doig, London, 2007, pp. 72-73, 79, 103 and 158 (illustrated).
R. Shiff and C. Lampert, eds., Peter Doig, New York, 2011, pp. 136, 296, 329 and 332 (illustrated).
J. O'Brian and P. White, eds., Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art, Quebec, 2017, p. 5 (illustrated).
Kunsthalle zu Kiel; Kunsthalle Nürnberg and London, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Peter Doig: Blizzard seventy-seven, June-August 1998, pp. 68, 78-79 and 133, no. 3 (illustrated and detail view illustrated).
Kunsthaus Glarus, Peter Doig - Version, April-June 1999, p. 47, no. 2 (illustrated).
London, Tate Britain; Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris and Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle, Peter Doig, February 2008-January 2009, pp. 31, 51 and 156 (illustrated).
Basel, Fondation Beyeler and Humlebaek, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Peter Doig, November 2014-August 2015, no. 65 (illustrated and detail view illustrated on the exhibition poster, Basel).
Beijing, Faurschou Foundation, Cabins and Canoes: The Unreasonable Silence of the World, March-June 2017, pp. 21, 172-175, 177, 259 and 274 (illustrated and detail view illustrated on the front cover).
Tokyo, National Museum of Modern Art, Peter Doig, February-October 2020.
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