André Brasilier (b. 1929)
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André Brasilier (B. 1929)

Bocage normande

André Brasilier (B. 1929)
Bocage normande
signed 'André Brasilier.' (lower centre); signed and inscribed 'Le Bocage A.B.' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
59 x 76 3/4 in. (150 x 195 cm.)
Painted in 1988
Galerie Etienne Sassi, Paris.
Anonymous sale, Mainichi, Tokyo, 8 November 2014, lot 273.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
X. de Coulanges, André Brasilier, Catalogue raisonné, 1982-2002, vol. 1, Lausanne, 2002, no. 1988/14 (illustrated p. 130; with erroneous measurements)
L. Harambourg, R. Bouillot, André Brasilier, Lausanne, 2002 (illustrated p. 315).
Y. le Pichon, André Brasilier, ses transfigurations (illustrated p. 39).
Vancouver, Galerie Buschlen-Mowatt, In Search of the Invisible, April - May 1988.
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