14 February 2013
THE PROPERTY OF A DISTINGUISHED LADY
Agnes Martin (1912-2004)
signed 'a. martin' (on the reverse)
pencil and ink on etching proof
13 1/8 x 13in. (33.4 x 33cm.)
Executed circa 1960
Dorothea Elkon Gallery, Inc., New York.
PaceWildenstein Gallery, New York.
Private Collection, Switzerland.
Peter Blum Gallery, New York.
Private Collection, New York.
Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2007.
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New York, The Drawing Center, 3 x Abstraction: New Methods of Drawing by Emma Kunz, Hilma af Klint and Agnes Martin, 2005. This exhibition later travelled to Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art.
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