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JOAN MIRÓ | SANS TITRE (MUSIC-HALL)

估價:

40,000 - 60,000 USD

Property from a Private American Collection

JOAN MIRÓ | SANS TITRE (MUSIC-HALL)

JOAN MIRÓ | SANS TITRE (MUSIC-HALL)

估價:

40,000 - 60,000 USD

Property from a Private American Collection

JOAN MIRÓ

(1893 - 1983)

SANS TITRE (MUSIC-HALL)


Signed Miró and dated 1918. (lower left)

Pen and ink and crayon on paper

9⅞ by 6⅜ in. (25 by 16.1 cm)

Framed: 13¾ by 10 in. (35 by 25.4 cm)

Executed in 1918.


ADOM has confirmed the authenticity of this work.

Executed on cream wove paper. The sheet is hinged to a mount at several places along its verso. There is a flattened crease which extends along the upper register, one inch from the upper edge. There appear to be two small repaired tears along the upper edge, the largest of which measures one inch. There appears to be another repaired tear extending 1/2 inch in from the center of the right edge of the sheet. There is a possible spot of foxing in the lower right corner. The work is in good condition.


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Private Collection, Palm Beach (acquired from the artist circa 1955 and sold: Christie's, New York, May 13, 2016, lot 1002)

Acquired at the above sale