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THE HISTORY OF NOW: THE COLLECTION OF DAVID TEIGER SOLD TO BENEFIT TEIGER FOUNDATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Marlene Dumas and Bert Boogaard
CATSUIT – AFTER WILLIAM MORRIS
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THE HISTORY OF NOW: THE COLLECTION OF DAVID TEIGER SOLD TO BENEFIT TEIGER FOUNDATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Marlene Dumas and Bert Boogaard
CATSUIT – AFTER WILLIAM MORRIS
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Marlene Dumas and Bert Boogaard
B. 1953 & B. 1952
CATSUIT – AFTER WILLIAM MORRIS
signed by both artists, titled and dated 1999
acrylic and watercolor on paper
49 1/8 by 27 5/8 in. 124.8 by 70.2 cm.
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Provenance

Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam
Acquired from the above by David Teiger in July 2003

Exhibited

Amsterdam, Galerie Paul Andriesse, Bert Boogaard/Marlene Dumas, January - February 2002

Literature

Peter Kattenberg, "Oog voor decorum: nieuw werk van Bert Boogaard bij galerie Paul Andriesse," Financieel Dagblad, 26 January 2002, p. 25 
Exh. Cat., Städtische Galerie Ravensburg, Marlene Dumas. Wet Dreams, September - December 2003, pp. 100-101, illustrated in color

Catalogue Note

"Two independent artistic worlds encounter each other in the collaborative work of Bert Boogaard and Marlene Dumas...Bert Boogaard's paint-overs expand the nude watercolor painted by Marlene Dumas, whose monochrome elements are intermixed with the fluidity of the watercolor paints, into something colorful, ornamental, choreographic. His colors – his complexly calculated color forms constructed with stencils – clothe the female figures."

Tilman Osterwold, "Water-colors as Physiognomies," in Exh. Cat., Städtische Galerie Ravensburg, Marlene Dumas: Watercolor - Wet Dreams, 2003, pp. 37-38

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