15 December 2010
DIEGO GIACOMETTI (1902-1985)
A Glazed Ceramic Picture Frame, circa 1942
12 in. (31.1 cm.) high, 10½ in. (26.6 cm.) wide, 3½ in. (8 cm.) deep
Lydia Parzer, Paris.
Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval, Paris.
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cf. D. Marchesseau, Diego Giacometti, Paris, 1986, p. 38 for another example.
This picture frame was reputedly a gift from Diego Giacometti to Lydia Parzer, a close friend of both Alberto and Diego Giacometti in the 1950s.
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