7 November 2007
Baltasar Lobo (1910-1993)
Femme se coiffant
signed and numbered 'Lobo 1/8' (on the top of the base); inscribed with foundry mark 'Susse Frères, Paris' (on the side of the base)
bronze with black patina
Height: 33¼ in. (84.5 cm.)
Conceived in 1970; larger version conceived in 1991; this bronze version cast in 1992
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J.-E. Muller, Lobo, Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre sculpté, Paris, 1985, no. 339 (smaller bronze version illustrated).
This bronze is registered as no. 9116 in the Galerie Daniel Malingue archives.
Please note the height of this sculpture is 33¼ in. (84.5 cm.).
This bronze is registered as no. 9116 in the Galeria Freites archives.
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