London, South Kensington
28 March 2012
Hermann Nitsch (b. 1938)
Kreuzwegstation 2 (Station of the Cross 2)
signed and dated 'H. Nitsch 1992' (on the reverse)
oil, fabric, blood and wood on jute
79 x 118in. (200.7 x 300cm.)
Executed in 1992
Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner.
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Augsburg, Galerie Noah, Hermann Nitsch, 2004.
Mistelbach, Hermann Nitsch Museum MZM, 2007-2009.
Tilburg, De Pont Museum, Hermann Nitsch, Stations of the Cross, 2009.
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