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Bedroom Scene #6 (Surviving the Fall Meant Using You for Handholds)

Bedroom Scene #6 (Surviving the Fall Meant Using You for Handholds)
signed, titled and dated 'Eric Fischl 2004 BEDROOM SCENE #6 SURVIVING THE FALL MEANT USING YOU FOR HANDHOLDS' (on the reverse)
oil on linen
72 x 90 in. (182.9 x 228.6 cm.)
Painted in 2004
Mary Boone Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the late owner, 2005.
D. Kuspit, "Eric Fischl: Mary Boone Gallery," in Artforum, vol. 43, no. 10, summer 2005, p. 326.
C. Dantzic, 100 New York Painters, Atglen, 2006 (illustrated in color, p. 98).
A. Danto, et al., Eric Fischl: 1970-2007, New York, 2008 (detail illustrated in color on the cover).
New York, Mary Boone Gallery, Eric Fischl, March-April 2005.
Seattle, Experience Music Project, DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein, April 2006-January 2007, pp. 10-11 (illustrated in color).
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