3 - 4 June 2015
ZAO WOU-KI (1920-2013)
signé en chinois et en pinyin et daté 'ZAO WOU-KI 72' (en bas à droite)
aquarelle sur papier
24.5 x 35 cm. (9 5/8 x 13.6/8 in.)
Réalisé en 1972.
Galerie Flak, Paris
Acquis auprès de celle-ci par le propriétaire actuel
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'UNTITLED'; SIGNED IN CHINESE AND IN PINYIN AND DATED LOWER RIGHT; WATERCOLOUR ON PAPER.
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