AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT
AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT
AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT
AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT
AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT
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Works from the Collection of Joe R. and Teresa L. Long

AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT

Estimate: 8,000 - 12,000 USD

Works from the Collection of Joe R. and Teresa L. Long

AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER | LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT

Estimate: 8,000 - 12,000 USD

Lot Sold:21,250USD

Lot Details

Description

Works from the Collection of Joe R. and Teresa L. Long

AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER

1898 - 1976

LE PROFIL QUI DISPARAIT


Handwoven Aubusson wool tapestry, circa 1970, with the artist's signature and the monogram of the weaver, Pinton Frères, Felletin, France, in the weave, stamp-numbered 2/6 on a Pinton label affixed to the reverse, also numbered 2/6 in the weave on the reverse, framed

overall: 1375 by 1855 mm 54⅛ by 73 in

framed: 1556 by 2020 mm 61¼ by 79½ in

Condition Report

The tapestry is in good condition. (Very faint traces of soiling and a tiny pale stain at lower edge at center.)


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