28 May 2014
Luis Armando Zesatti (Mexican b. 1967)
signed, dated, and titled 'Armando Zesatti, 2006, Vidas atadas' (on the reverse)
acrylic on canvas
51¼ x 76¾ in. (130.2 x 194.9 cm.)
Painted in 2006.
Galería Interart, Mexico City.
Acquired from the above (2006).
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