London, South Kensington
15 January 2008
John Keane (British, b.1954)
Clearing Bomb Damage, May Street
signed, inscribed and dated 'Clearing Bomb Damage/May St/John Keane 1989' (lower centre)
PVA (polyvinyl acetate), pastel, acrylic and collage on paper
44½ x 33 in. (113 x 83.8 cm.)
Purchased by the present owner at the 1990 exhibition.
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London, Flowers East, John Keane: The Other Cheek? : Paintings of Northern Ireland, March - April, 1990, no. 16.
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