3 December 2007
MAX ERNST (1891-1976)
signé, numéroté et avec la marque du fondeur 'Max Ernst II/VI Susse Fondeur Paris (sur le côté de la base)
bronze à patine vert foncé
Hauteur: 37.2 cm. (14 5/8 in.)
Plâtre exécuté en 1967; cette épreuve fondue entre 1967-75
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W. Spies, S. et G. Metken et J. Pech, Max Ernst Oeuvre-Katalog, Werke 1964-1969, Cologne, 2007, p. 378, no. 4593.I (une autre épreuve illustrée).
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Post Lot Text
'TWO ASSISTANTS'; SIGNED, NUMBERED AND WITH THE FOUNDRY STAMP ON THE SIDE OF THE BASE; BRONZE WITH DARK GREEN PATINA; PLASTER EXECUTED IN 1967; CAST BETWEEN 1967-75.
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