12 February 2010
MIMMO ROTELLA (1918-2006)
PER LA PATRIA
SIGNED 'ROTELLA' (LOWER CENTRE); SIGNED, TITLED AND DATED '"PER LA PATRIA" 1963 ROTELLA' (ON THE REVERSE)
DéCOLLAGE ON CANVAS
23¾ X 28 7/8IN. (60.3 X 73CM.)
EXECUTED IN 1963
ACQUIRED DIRECTLY FROM THE ARTIST BY THE PRESENT OWNER.
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