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Jean Dubuffet
1901 - 1985年
PAYSAGE AUX FILIGRANES 
signed and dated octobre 52
India ink on paper
19 3/4 by 25 5/8 in. 50.2 by 65.1 cm.
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來源

Galerie Daniel Cordier, Paris
Collection of H. Scharf, Hamburg
Galerie Daniel Varenne, Geneva
Richard Gray Gallery, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2016

展覽

Paris, Galerie La Hune, Exposition de lithographies par Jean Dubuffet, Terres radieuses, December 1953, cat. no. 16
Paris, Cercle Volney, Exposition de peintures, dessins et divers travaux exécutés de 1942 à 1954 par Jean Dubuffet, March - April 1954, cat. no. 173
London, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, Sculptures by Jean Dubuffet, March - April 1955, cat. no. 14
Paris, Galerie Berggruen, Rétrospective des dessins de Jean Dubuffet, October - November 1960
New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Jean Dubuffet: A Retrospective, April - July 1973, cat. no. 177, p. 197, illustrated
Paris, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Dubuffet: A Retrospective, September - December 1973, cat. no. 242
Kunsthalle Tübingen; Hanover, Kunstmuseum; Munich, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Jean Dubuffet: Zeichnungen 1942-1981, January - July 1983, cat. no. 42

出版

Daniel Cordier, The Drawings of Jean Dubuffet, Paris 1960, cat. no. 81, illustrated
Lorenza Trucchi, Jean Dubuffet, Rome 1965, cat. no. 129, p. 161, illustrated
Max Loreau, Ed., Catalogue des travaux de Jean Dubuffet, Fascicule VII: Tables paysagées, paysages du mental, pierres philosophiques, Paris 1967, cat. no. 281, p. 188, illustrated
Max Loreau, Jean Dubuffet: délits, déportements, lieux de haut jeu, Paris 1971, p. 156, illustrated
Sophie Berrebi and Hubert Damisch, Jean Dubuffet: Entrée en matière, Zurich 2016, p. 154, illustrated 

相關資料

"From this point on, Dubuffet's line was to leap boldly forward in search of unknown combinations, to explore them unhesitatingly, and to organize with equal confidence the most reasonable or the most delirious effects. Certain drawings reflect an imaginary geometry, weaving a mobile network that envelops our curiosity and delights us with views seen through an imaginary microscope, aerial views or celestial spaces that scintillate indefinably. Others are encrusted with human figures and resemble certain mineral structures in which we can imagine an object or human figure."
Daniel Cordier, The Drawings of Jean Dubuffet, Paris 1960, n.p.

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