30 - 31 October 2012
JON PYLYPCHUK (B. 1972)
BLUE JAYS FOR BLUE DAYS
I) SIGNED, TITLED AND DATED '"BLUE JAYS FOR BLUE DAYS" CHUCK'03' (ON THE REVERSE)
II) SIGNED, SIGNED WITH THE ARTIST'S INITIALS, DATED AND INSCRIBED 'JOHN PYLYPCHUCK 2002 JPO 347' (ON THE REVERSE)
III) SIGNED WITH THE ARTIST'S INITIALS AND INSCRIBED 'JPO 350' (ON THE REVERSE)
FABRIC, GLITTER, PEN, PLASTIC ELEMENTS, WATERCOLOUR ON PAPER COLLAGE LAID DOWN ON A SUPPORT CARDBOARD
I) 28.5 X 23 CM.
II) 23.5 X 23 CM.
III) 26.5 X 23 CM.
EXECUTED IN 2002-2003 (3)
GALLERIA GIAN FERRARI, MILAN.
PRIVATE COLLECTION, MILAN.
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