4 - 5 November 2014
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF EMIEL DE HANTSETTERS
Reinhoud D'Haese (1928-1996)
Le temps d'une méditation
welded copper on a stone base
48 x 23 x 18 cm. (including the base)
Executed in 1973, this piece is unique
Lens Fine Art, Antwerp.
Acquired from the above by Emiel De Hantsetters in 1974.
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Reinhoud. Catalogue raisonné Tome 2. Sculptures 1970-1981, Paris 2005 (illustrated, p. 142).
Antwerp, Lens Fine Art, Reinhoud. Nobody is perfect, 1974.
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