12 February 2009
Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988)
acrylic and oilstick on paper in a painted Plexiglas and cardboard vitrine
overall: 22¼ x 16¼ x 1¼in. (51.4 x 41.2 x 3.5cm.)
sheet: 19¾ x 15¾in. (50 x 39cm.)
Executed in 1983-1984
Robert Miller Gallery, New York.
Private Collection, Brussels.
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K. Tsuzuki, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kyoto 1992.
E. Navarra, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Paris 1996 (illustrated, p. 136).
Brussels, Galerie Eric van de Weghe, Jean-Michel Basquiat, April-May 1992 (illustrated).
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