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1890 - 1967


Signed v Rebay and numbered 67 (lower right)

Gouache and collage on paper mounted on paper

Sheet: 12½ by 9¼ in. (31.8 by 23.5 cm)

Mount: 13⅛ by 10 in. (33.3 by 25.4 cm)

Framed: 21¾ by 18⅛ in. (55.3 by 46 cm)

Executed circa 1927-35.

This work is in very good condition. Executed on thin beige paper mounted on paper, hinged to a mount at two places on the verso. Adhesive from the mount is slightly visible at the upper right and upper left corners, with some light creasing to the page throughout. The medium is well-preserved.

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Acquired from the above by the present owner

New Rochelle, New York, The Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle & traveling, Champions of Modernism, 1996-98, n.n.

Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, Art of Tomorrow Exhibition, 2007, n. n. 

Wendt Gallery, Laguna Beach, Champions of Modernism III, 2009, n.n.