26 June 2014
Ben Nicholson, O.M. (1894-1982)
1966 (Interior Tuscan Cathedral)
signed, inscribed, dedicated and dated 'NICHOLSON/1966/(Interior Tuscan Cathedral)/for/Norman/& Jean/Brissago/68' (on the reverse)
ink and gouache on an etched ground, on the artist's prepared board, in the artist's frame.
12 X 8 ¾ in. (30.5 x 22.2 cm.)
A gift from the artist to Sir Norman and Jean Reid, 1968, and by descent.
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Hannover, Kestner-Gesellschaft, Ben Nicholson: Recent oilwash drawings, February - April, 1967, no. 39.
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