28 May 2014
Fernando De Szyszlo (Peruvian b. 1925)
Mar de Lurín
signed 'Szyszlo' (on lower right of right panel), inscribed and dated 'MAR DE LURIN ORRANTIA/90' (on the reverse of each panel)
acrylic on canvas
70¾ x 157¾ in. (179.7 x 400.6 cm.) overall
Painted in Orrantia in 1990.
Durban Segnini Gallery, Miami.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Fernando de Szyszlo, Bogotá and New York, Ediciones Alfred Wild, 1991, p. 78 (illustrated in color).
D. Ashton, Fernando de Szyszlo, Barcelona, Ediciones Polígrafa, S.A., p. 142 (illustrated in color).
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