London, South Kensington
11 June 2009
Property from the Estate of the late Bernard Lyons C.B.E.
Constantine Terechkovitch (1902-1978)
La maison de Legueult à Glos
signed 'C. Terechkovitch' (lower left)
oil on canvas
50¾ x 37½ in. (128.8 x 95.2 cm.)
and a copy of Crespelle book with an ink drawing by the artist on the frontispiece and two copies of the invitation to the Terechkovitch exhibition at Galerie Pétridès. (4)
with Galerie Paul Pétridès, Paris. Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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J.-P. Crespelle, Terechkovitch, Geneva, 1958, no. 53 (illustrated).
Paris, Galerie Paul Pétridès, C. Terechkovitch, 25 October - 10 November 1960.
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