9 - 10 December 2008
signé des initiales et daté 'J.D. 63' (en bas à droite)
gouache et pièces rapportées collées sur papier
67 x 30 cm. (26 3/8 x 11¾ in.)
Réalisé le 8 février 1963.
Vente anonyme, Christie's, Paris, 25 mai 1992, lot 87 Galleria d'Arte Maggiore, Bologne
Acquis auprès de celle-ci par le propriétaire actuel
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M. Loreau, Catalogue des travaux de Jean Dubuffet, L'Hourloupe I, vol. XX, Lausanne, 1966, no. 116 EG.55 (illustré p. 59).
Venise, Palazzo Grassi, L'Hourloupe di Jean Dubuffet, juin-septembre 1964, no. 23.
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