RAMMELLZEE (1960-2010)
RAMMELLZEE (1960-2010)
RAMMELLZEE (1960-2010)
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RAMMELLZEE (1960-2010)

You Will Read the Law

RAMMELLZEE (1960-2010)
You Will Read the Law
signed and inscribed 'RAMMELLZEE (T. M. K.) (L. A. W.)' (on the reverse)
ink, marker and graphite on paperboard
14 3/8 x 19 7/8 in. (36.6 x 50.5 cm.)
Executed in 1982.
Galerie Yaki Kornblit, Amsterdam
Martin Visser, Bergeijk, circa 1980s
His sale; Christie's, New York, 4-13 April 2017, lot 101
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner
T. van Kooten, ed., Little Arena: Drawings and sculptures from the collection Adri, Martin and Geertjan Visser, Otterlo, 1984, p. 87, no. 2 (illustrated).
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hip Generation, October 2020-July 2021.
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