London, South Kensington
10 December 2008
Francis Picabia (1878-1953)
Portrait de femme
signed, inscribed and dated 'Francis Picabia Paris/1948' (lower right)
charcoal and gouache on paper
14¾ x 10¼in. (37.5 x 25.9cm.)
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Florence, Galerie Vivita, Francis Picabia, Oct-Dec 1988, p.36 (illustrated, p. 37)
Sold with a photo-certificate from the Comité Picabia, dated Paris, le 24 octobre 2008.
This work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Francis Picabia being prepared by the Comité Francis Picabia and is registered under no.2637.
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