3 - 4 November 2015
Walter Leblanc (1932-1986)
Twisted Strings 25F FX 54
(i) titled, numbered and dated '25FFX54 I 1970' (on the reverse)
(ii) titled, numbered and dated '25FFX54 II 1970' (on the reverse)
(iii) signed, titled, stamped with title and dated 'walter leblanc 1970 TWISTED-STRINGS 25F.FX54' (on the reverse)
cotton threads and latex on canvas laid down on board in artist's frame, in three parts
each: 81 x 65 cm.
Executed in 1970
Fondation Walter & Nicole Leblanc, Brussels.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2010.
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N. Leblanc and D. Everarts de Velp-Seynaeve, Walter Leblanc. Catalogue raisonné, Ghent 1997, no. 875 (illustrated, p. 235).
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