29 June 2011
Yves Klein (1928-1962)
glass, Plexiglas and pink pigment
14 x 49 x 39¼in.(35.7 x 124.5 x 99.7cm.)
This work is from an edition begun in 1963, under the supervision of Rotraut-Klein-Moquay based on the model created by Yves Klein and is accompanied by a plaque signed 'R. Klein Moquay' and numbered '10 DE-LAE' (on a label affixed to the underside)
Tête ©a Tête Arts, Paris.
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