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Sale: 466 / Modern Art II, June 07. 2018 in Munich Lot 192

 
Lot description
Natura morta. 1963.
Pencil drawing.
Not in Tavoni. Signed and dated bottom center. 18.5 x 26.8 cm (7.2 x 10.5 in) , size of sheet.
[EH].
Our drawings are preliminary works for a series of small oil paintings (e.g. Vitali 1265-1267) made around the same time.

PROVENANCE: Private collection Switzerland.

EXHIBITION: Giorgio Morandi, Kunstmuseum Winterthur April 1 - July 2, 2000, cat. no. 83 with illu. (with a label on verso of the frame).

"Morandi's art, which finds expression through variations of a few dominant motifs, is an art of allusion, not of deceit. This way Morandi builds up a complete emotional world that offers something for lovers of intellectual speculation. He combines extraordinary grace with a lucid and strict reason.." Lamberto Vitali, in: Giorgio Morandi. Natures Mortes. Exhibition Galerie Schreiner SA, June-July 1977, no. p. (p. 30).

Called up: June 7, 2018 - ca. 17.40 h +/- 20 min.

192
Giorgio Morandi
Natura morta, 1963.
Pencil drawing
Estimate:
€ 18,000 - 24,000

 
$ 21,600 - 28,800

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