1 July 2008
Daniel Richter (b. 1962)
signed, titled and dated 'D. Richter Stählerne Erbsen 2000' (on the reverse)
oil and enamel on canvas
66¾ x 51¾in. (169.6 x 131.5cm.)
Painted in 1999-2000
Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Bremen, Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Tal R und Daniel Richter: Für Immer, June-August 2000 (illustrated in colour, no. 14).
Kiel, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Daniel Richter: Billard um halb Zehn, May-July 2001 (illustrated in colour, p. 49).
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