11 February 2014
Rosemarie Trockel (b. 1952)
titled and dated ‘1983’ (on the reverse)
ink and gouache on paper
image: 5¾ x 41.1/8in. (14.7 x 10.4cm.)
framed: 21.5/8 x 17¾in. (55 x 45cm.)
Executed in 1983
This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate signed by the artist.
J. W. Froehlich Collection, Leinkelden-Echterdingen.
Galerie Monika Spruth, Cologne.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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A small gouache on paper by Rosemarie Trockel, precious for its date, 1983, but especially because it is one of the first drawings sketched by the artist on the female figure (the source is Monika Spruth, her great gallerist).
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