28 May 2008
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Un pas H.T. (la poutre)
signé des initiales 'H.T.' (en bas à gauche); signé, titré et daté 'un pas H.T. (la poutre) H. Télémaque 1976' (au dos)
acrylique sur toile
diamètre: 150 cm. (59 1/8 in.)
Peint en 1976.
Galerie Joan Prats, Barcelone
Acquis auprès de celle-ci par le propriétaire actuel
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C. Franqui, Télémaque, catalogue d'exposition Galerie Joan Prats, Barcelone, 1977, No. 7 (illustré en couleurs p. 71).
Barcelone, Galerie Joan Prats, Télémaque, 1977.
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'UN PAS H.T. (LA POUTRE)'; SIGNED WITH INITIALS LOWER LEFT; SIGNED, TITLED AND DATED ON THE REVERSE; ACRYLIC ON CANVAS.
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