29 October 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
SQUEAK CARNWATH (NÉ EN 1947)
People Need to dream, it is Difficult to Trust
signé, titré et daté 'PEOPLE NEED 1990 S.CARNWATH' (au dos); titré deux fois 'PEOPLE NEED' (sur les tranches)
huile et alkyde sur toile
178 x 178 cm. (70 x 70 in.)
Réalisé en 1990.
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
Acquis auprès de cellec-ci en 1991
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Hamilton, Bermuda National Gallery, Abstraction, 1995.
This lot is offered without reserve.
Post Lot Text
'PEOPLE NEED TO DREAM, IT IS DIFFICULT TO TRUST'; SIGNED, TITLED AND DATED ON THE REVERSE, TITLED TWICE ON THE OVERLAP; OIL AND ALKYD ON CANVAS.
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