15 February 2012
Manolo Valdés (b. 1942)
Zapato en un escaparate amarillo (Shoe in a Yellow Shop Window)
signed, titled, inscribed and dated 'ZAPATO EN UN ESCAPARATE AMARILLO M VALDES 1994 N.Y.' (on the reverse)
oil on burlap
55 1/8 x 63 1/8in. (140 x 160.5cm.)
Executed in 1994
Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco.
Marlborough Gallery, New York.
Marlborough Gallery, Madrid.
Private Collection, Madrid.
Anon. sale, Christie's Madrid, 3 October 2007, lot 129.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
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T. Llorens, Manolo Valdés, The Timeless of Art, Bogotá 2000 (illustrated, p. 250).
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