1893 - 1984
Two Red Forms
oil and mixed media on canvas
unframed: 73 by 116cm.; 28½ by 45½in.
framed: 76 by 119cm.; 30 by 46¾in.
Executed in 1968.
Original canvas. The work appears in excellent overall condition.
There are a few tiny lines of craquelure to corners and extreme edges. One or two possible tiny losses to tips of impasto. Light surface dust.
Held in a painted wooden frame.
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Whitford Fine Art, London
Private Collection, UK
London, Tate, Paule Vezelay, 23 February - 22 May 1983, no. 41, where lent by the Artist
Machynlleth, Powys, The Tabernacle Cultural Centre, Paule Vezelay: Journey into Abstraction, 14 September - 10 October 1992, no. 24