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RICHARD PHILLIPS | LIBERATION MONUMENT

The History of Now: The Collection of David Teiger Sold to Benefit Teiger Foundation for the Support of Contemporary Art

RICHARD PHILLIPS | LIBERATION MONUMENT

RICHARD PHILLIPS | LIBERATION MONUMENT

The History of Now: The Collection of David Teiger Sold to Benefit Teiger Foundation for the Support of Contemporary Art

RICHARD PHILLIPS

b. 1962

LIBERATION MONUMENT


charcoal and chalk on paper

Sheet: 19½ by 26⅛ in. (47 by 66.3 cm.)

Framed: 27½ by 33¾ in. (69.8 by 83.2 cm.)

Executed in 2001.

This work is in excellent condition overall. The sheet is hinged along the upper edge of the reverse to the backing board. There are artist pinholes at each corner. Framed under Plexiglas.


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Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York

Acquired from the above by David Teiger in June 2001