12 February 2010
ALEXANDER CALDER (1898-1976)
INCISED WITH THE ARTIST'S MONOGRAM 'CA' (ON THE BASE)
STANDING MOBILE: PAINTED SHEET METAL AND WIRE
7 5/8 X 10 7/8 X 3¾IN. (18.6 X 27.7 X 8.7CM.)
EXECUTED IN 1965
A GIFT FROM THE ARTIST TO THE PREVIOUS OWNER IN 1965 AND THENCE BY DESCENT TO THE PRESENT OWNER.
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THIS WORK IS RECORDED IN THE ARCHIVES OF THE CALDER FOUNDATION, NEW YORK, UNDER APPLICATION NUMBER A19821.
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