CLAUDIO BRAVO (1936-2011)
CLAUDIO BRAVO (1936-2011)
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CLAUDIO BRAVO (1936-2011)

Apollo, 1998

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CLAUDIO BRAVO (1936-2011)
Apollo, 1998
Signé et daté en chiffres romains 'CLAUDIO BRAVO MCMXCVIII' (en bas à droite)
Huile sur toile
199,5 x 149,5 cm.
Provenance
L'artiste, 2006.
Literature
P. Bowles, F. Calvo Serraller et E. Sullivan, Claudio Bravo: Paintings and Drawings 1964-2004, New York, 2005, p. 461 (ill. en couleurs p. 323).
Exhibited
Naples, Naples Museum of Art, Claudio Bravo, janvier-avril 2006 (ill. en couleurs au catalogue d'exposition pp. 30-31).
Chenonceau, Château de Chenonceau, Claudio Bravo, Peintures, juin-novembre 2006.
Special notice

Artist's Resale Right ("droit de Suite"). If the Artist's Resale Right Regulations 2006 apply to this lot, the buyer also agrees to pay us an amount equal to the resale royalty provided for in those Regulations, and we undertake to the buyer to pay such amount to the artist's collection agent.
Veuillez noter que tous les lots seront transférés vers un entrepôt extérieur. Le retrait des lots sera possible à partir du 24 juin 2022.
All items will be transferred to an offsite warehouse after the sale and will be available on 24 June 2022. Please refer to department for information about storage charges and collection details.
Post lot text
CLAUDIO BRAVO (1936-2011)
Apollo, 1998
Signed and dated in roman numerals 'CLAUDIO BRAVO MCMXCVIII' (lower right)
Oil on canvas
78,1/2 x 58,7/8 in.

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Lot Essay

“The art of Claudio Bravo is characterized by a constant search for flawlessness in technique.'' - Edward J. Sullivan

'' L'art de Claudio Bravo se caractérise par une recherche constante de l'irréprochabilité de la technique ''. - Edward J. Sullivan


“He often speaks of the grand "fluidity" of the old masters' vision. […] He often reaches a sense of poetic evocation analogous to certain elements of the art of his Renaissance and Baroque heroes.” - Edward J. Sullivan

''Il parle souvent de la grande "fluidité" de vision des anciens maîtres. [...] Il atteint souvent un sens de l'évocation poétique analogue à certains éléments de l'art de ses héros de la Renaissance et du Baroque''. - Edward J. Sullivan



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