7 October 2016
Callum Innes (b. 1962)
Exposed Painting, Paynes Grey/Yellow Oxide/Red Oxide on White
signed ‘CALLUM INNES’ (on the stretcher); signed and dated ‘Callum Innes.99.’ (on the overlap)
oil on canvas
85 7/8 x 82 ½in. (218 x 209.5cm.)
Painted in 1999
Frith Street Gallery, London.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2001.
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Prime, exh. cat., Dundee, Dundee Contemporary Arts, 1999 (illustrated in colour, unpaged).
Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Callum Innes, 1999. This exhibition later travelled to Kendal, Abbott Hall Museum and Art Gallery.
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