London, South Kensington
31 March 2010
PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE SWISS COLLECTION
John Plumb (1927-2008)
inscribed and dated '"OSTERLEY"/62' (on the backboard)
oil, coloured tape and hessian on board
72 x 48 in. (182.9 x 121.9 cm.)
with New London Gallery, London.
Purchased at the 1963 exhibition by the present owner.
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Basel, Kunsthalle Basel, 7 Junge Englische Maler, January - March, 1963, no. 62.
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