17 October 2015
Turi Simeti (b. 1929)
Sei ovali in bianco (Six Ovals in White)
signed and dated 'Simeti 2002' (on the stretcher)
acrylic on shaped canvas
59 x 78 ¾in. (150 x 200cm.)
Executed in 2002
Jerome Zodo Gallery, Milan/London.
Private Collection, Italy.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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L. Beatrice, Turi Simeti, Opere 1990/2004, exh. cat., Milan, Galleria Poleschi, p. 104 (illustrated).
Milan, Jerome Zodo Gallery, Cinetica Monocroma Spaziale Astratta, 2014.
This work is registered in Archivio Turi Simeti a cura della Dep Art, Milan under no. 2002-B1502.
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