22 - 23 October 2015
Paul Delvaux (1897-1994)
Julie et son amie
signé et daté 'P. DELVAUX 23-1-67' (en bas à droite)
aquarelle, encre de Chine et lavis d'encre sur papier
60.6 x 46.1 cm.
Exécuté le 23 janvier 1967
signed and dated 'P. DELVAUX 23-1-67' (lower right)
watercolour, India ink and ink wash on paper
23 7/8 x 18 1/8 in.
Executed on the 23rd of January 1967
Collection particulière, Bruxelles (acquis auprès de l'artiste).
Collection particulière, Bruxelles (par succession).
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