16 November 2006
Victor Vasarely (1908-1997)
signed 'Vasarely' (right edge); signed again, titled and dated '"ÉG" 1965 Vasarely' (on the reverse)
tempera on panel
31½ x 31½ in. (80 x 80 cm.)
Painted in 1965.
Hanover Gallery, London
Estate of Sigmund Edelstone, Chicago
His sale; Christie's, New York, 2 November 1984, lot 279
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner
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A. Elrod, E. Grunsfeld III, and W. Raiser, "The Quintessential Design for Art," Architectural Digest, May-June 1972, p. 17 (illustrated).
This work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné being prepared by Madame Michèle Vasarely.
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