L'ÉSCLAVE MOURANT D'APRÈS MICHEL-ANGE
Yves KleinL'ÉSCLAVE MOURANT D'APRÈS MICHEL-ANGE
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Yves Klein

L'ÉSCLAVE MOURANT D'APRÈS MICHEL-ANGE

Estimate: 35,000 - 45,000 EUR

Yves Klein

L'ÉSCLAVE MOURANT D'APRÈS MICHEL-ANGE

Estimate: 35,000 - 45,000 EUR
Lot sold:69,300EUR
(10 bids, reserve met)

Description

YVES KLEIN

1928 - 1962

L'ÉSCLAVE MOURANT D'APRÈS MICHEL-ANGE


signed by R. Klein Moquay and numbered 75/300 on the label under the base

IKB pigment and syntetic resin on plaster cast

Conceived in 1962, this work is a posthumous edition executed in 1992


(firmato da R. Klein Moquay e numerato 75/300 sull'etichetta sotto la base

pigmento IKB e resina sintetica su calco in gesso

Ideato nel 1962, quest'opera fa parte di un'edizione postuma eseguita nel 1992)


cm 59x18x13; inches 23.22 by 7.08 by 5.11

Plexiglas box (scatola di Plexiglas): cm 67,2x31,8x25; inches 26.45 by 12.51 by 9.84


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Condition report

This work is in very good condition. (L'OPERA E' IN CONDIZIONI CONSERVATIVE MOLTO BUONE.)


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Provenance

Private collection, Milan

Literature

Nicolas ​Charlet, Yves Klein, Paris, 2000, p. 230, illustrated (edition number unknown)

Jean-Paul Ledeur, Yves Klein: Catalogue raisonné des éditions et sculptures éditées, Knokke-le-Zoute, 1999, p. 248, illustrated (edition number unknown)

Paul Wember, Yves Klein, Catalogue raisonné, Cologne, 1969, p. 98, no. S 20, illustrated

Catalogue note

"It took Michelangelo three years, from 1513 to 1515 to create this sculpture, usually known as The Dying Slave, for the tombstone of Pope Jules II. This tragic and grandiose figure could not fail to appeal to Yves Klein. It was to be the artist’s final creation that appropriated museum and antique pieces."


Jean-Paul Ledeur, Yves Klein, Catalogue raisonné des éditions et sculptures éditées, Knokke-le-Zoute 2000, p.250


"Michelangelo impiegò tre anni, dal 1513 al 1515, per creare questa scultura, comunemente nota come

Lo schiavo morente, per la lapide di papa Giulio II. Questa figura tragica e grandiosa non poteva non piacere a Yves Klein. Doveva essere l'ultima creazione dell'artista che si appropriava delle opere di antiquariato e musei."