London, South Kensington
26 June 2015
Balthasar Lobo (1910-1993)
signed and numbered 'Lobo HC 1/2' (on the base); with the foundry stamp 'Susse Fondeur Paris' (on the base)
bronze with black-green patina
Height: 10 3/8 in. (26.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1943 and executed in an edition of 6 plus 4 artist proofs, this sculpture is one of 2 hors commerce examples, cast in 1989
Galerie Daniel Malingue, Paris.
Private collection, Spain.
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J.-E. Muller, Lobo, Catalogue raisonné de l'œuvre sculpté, Paris, 1985, no. 30 (another cast illustrated p. 35).
Galería Freites will include this work in their forthcoming Baltasar Lobo catalogue raisonné under the archive number 4303.
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