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Property from the Azari Collection, Los Angeles



Property from the Azari Collection, Los Angeles


1933 - 2016



signed in Farsi 

oil on canvas

188 by 231cm. 74 by 91 in.

Executed circa 1960s. 

Please note: Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable to this lot.

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This work is in very good condition. There is an apparent horizontal line alongside the centre, showing the attachment of two canvases together. Some minor losses to the canvas in the top right corner. There is some paint loss in the dental green triangles on the right side of the canvas. No signs of restoration under UV light.

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Acquired from the artist by the present owner's parents in the 1960s.