28 - 29 May 2008
Tomás Sánchez (Cuban b. 1948)
La garza y el meditador
signed and dated 'Tomás Sánchez 2002' (lower right) also signed, titled and dated 'Tomás Sánchez, LA GARZA Y EL MEDITADOR, 2002' (on the reverse)
acrylic on canvas
29 7/8 x 39½ in. (75.8 x 100.3 cm.)
Painted in 2002.
Marlborough Gallery, New York.
Abbott Family collection, New York and Boston.
David Castillo Gallery, Miami.
Acquired from the above by the present onwer.
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G. García Márquez and E.J. Sullivan, Tomás Sánchez, Milan, 2003, p. 210, no. 179 (illustrated in color).
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