28 June 2012
Miquel Barceló (b.1957)
Marché de Sangha, la Jupe Verte
signed and dated '11.II.00 Barceló' (lower centre); titled and dated '00.2.11. Marché de Sangha, la Jupe Verte' (on the reverse)
watercolour and sand on paper
22¾ x 30¼in. (58 x 77cm.)
Executed in 2000
Paolo Curti, Milan.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Milan, Paolo Curti & Co. Gallery, Raccolta di polvere (Dust Collection), 2002 (illustrated, p. 21).
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