2 July 2014
Dexter Dalwood (b. 1960)
Brian Jones' Swimming Pool
signed and dated 'Dexter Dalwood 2000' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
108 ¼ x 86 ¼in. (275 x 219cm.)
Painted in 2000
Gagosian Gallery, New York.
Private Collection, Denmark.
Anon. sale, Sotheby's London, 8 February 2007, lot 317.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
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London, Gagosian Gallery, Dexter Dalwood, New Paintings, 2000 (illustrated in colour, p. 13).
London, Royal College of Art, This Much is Certain, 2004.
St. Ives, Tate St. Ives, Dexter Dalwood, 2010, p. 156 (illustrated in colour, p. 41).
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