24 November 2014
PROPERTY FROM A NEW YORK COLLECTION
Oscar Rabin (b. 1928)
House and cheese in Normandy
signed and dated ‘Oscar Rabine 2000’ (lower left) and inscribed in Russian with title, further dated and numbered 'N 1241 2000' (on the reverse)
oil and collage on canvas
18 x 21 in. (46 x 55 cm.)
Acquired from the artist by the present owner.
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Exhibition catalogue, Oscar Rabine, 2001, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, illustrated p. 27.
New York, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, Oscar Rabine, 2001.
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