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FRANK AUERBACH | STUDY LOOKING TOWARDS EVERSHOLT STREET

FRANK AUERBACH | STUDY LOOKING TOWARDS EVERSHOLT STREET

FRANK AUERBACH | STUDY LOOKING TOWARDS EVERSHOLT STREET

FRANK AUERBACH

b.1931

STUDY LOOKING TOWARDS EVERSHOLT STREET


inscribed on the reverse

pencil and felt tip pen on paper

21 by 23cm.; 8¼ by 9in.

Executed in 2003.

The sheet is attached to the mount with an adhesive tab at each corner. The left edge is very faintly deckled. The sheet undulates. There is some very minor rounding to the lower right corner. There are Artist's pinholes to the upper left and right corners and to the lower left corner, with pinhead marks to the upper right and lower left corners. There is light smudging and some faint handling marks to the sheet. There is some possible fading to areas of the felt tip black pen. There is dust and studio detritus to the sheet. This excepting, the work appears to be in very good overall condition.

The work is floated in a wooden frame under glass.

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Marlborough Fine Art, London

Private Collection, U.K.