DÉNES FARKAS | SVALBARD #002
DÉNES FARKAS | SVALBARD #002
DÉNES FARKAS | SVALBARD #002
DÉNES FARKAS | SVALBARD #002
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DÉNES FARKAS | SVALBARD #002

Estimate: 6,000 - 8,000 GBP

DÉNES FARKAS | SVALBARD #002

Estimate: 6,000 - 8,000 GBP

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Starting Bid:4,800GBP
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Lot Details

Description

DÉNES FARKAS

Hungarian, b. 1974

SVALBARD #002


archival pigment print on paper, mounted on dibond

120 by 150cm., 47 by 59in.

framed: 125.5 by 154.5cm., 49½ by 60½in.

Printed in 2017.


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Condition Report

Inspected under glass.

This work appears to be in very good original condition and is ready to hang.

Presented in a modern black frame. 


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