1 July 2008
PROPERTY FROM THE JUDITH AND ABRAHAM AMAR FOUNDATION SOLD TO BENEFIT CHARITY
oil on canvas
24 x 29 1/8in. (61 x 74cm.)
Painted in 1953-55
Galerie Ile de France, Paris.
Galleria Gissi, Turin.
Anon. sale, Sotheby's London, 6 February 2004, lot 168.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
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Turin, Galleria Gissi, Linea Europea, 1968.
This work is accompanied by a certificate from Mrs. Matta Ferrari dated 9 December 2003.
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