London, South Kensington
5 April 2007
Alexander Calder (1898-1976)
printed with the artist's and publisher's names 'Ascher Calder' (along the lower edge)
screenprint on silk
35 x 35in. (89 x 89cm.)
Executed in 1947
Private Collection, London.
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V. Mendes & F. Hinchcliffe, Ascher Fabric, Art, Fashion, Victoria & Albert Museum, London 1987 (illustrated, p. 65).
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