London, South Kensington
17 March 2015
A FRENCH RED EPOXY RESIN MODEL OF A HOWLING WOLF
2014, BY RICHARD ORLINSKI (b.1966)
Prism cut, with a silvered metal plaque with artist signature and edition number 3/8
22 in. (56 cm.) high; 24 ½ in. (62 cm.) long
Acquired by the vendor direct from the artist.
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A larger, similar epoxy model of a panther by Orlinski, also from an edition of 8, was sold at Louiza Auktion & Associés, Belgium, Saturday, June 14, 2014 , lot 234, price realised £110,000.
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