28 May 2014
Fernando Botero (Colombian b. 1932)
Man and Woman
signed and numbered 'Botero 5/6' and stamped with foundry mark (on the base)
14 7/8 x 17½ x 10¼ in. (37.8 x 44.5 x 26 cm.)
Executed in 1989.
Edition five of six.
Marlborough Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner (8 May 1996).
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Exhibition catalogue, Botero, New York, Marlborough Gallery, 1990, p. 13 (another cast illustrated).
Botero Sculptures, Bogotá, Villegas Editores, 1998, no. 139 (another cast illustrated in color).
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