EUGÈNE ZAK | SAILOR
Property from a Central American Private Collection
Polish, 1884 - 1926
signed Eug. Zak. lower left
tempera and crayon on board
30 by 24cm., 12 by 9½in.
framed: 52.5 by 42.5cm., 20½ by 16½in.
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Please note, Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable to this lot.
The artist's board is flat, even, and ensuring a stable support. The medium is well preserved.
This work is in good condition and is ready to hang.
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José Jorge Ortega Asturias, Paris (purchased in 1909 from the Society of Friends of Fine Arts in Krakow)
Irene Ortega Asturias (by descent from the above, her husband)
Private collection, Guatemala (purchased from the above in 2002)
Purchased from the above by the present owner
Krakow, Society of Friends of Fine Arts, 1909, no. 678 (label on the reverse)