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Sale: 485 / Editions, June 07. 2019 in Munich Lot 52

 
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9 Objekte. 1969.
The portfolio comprising nine Offset lithograph s and a title sheet.
Butin 26. Each sheet signed, dated and numbered. From an edition of 80 copies. On light smooth board. 32 x 31.7 cm (12.5 x 12.4 in). Sheet: 44,8 x 44,8 cm ( 17,6 x 17,6 in).
The complete set. In original portfolio of creme board with black-lettered title. Printed by Hoppe + Werry OHG, Mühlheim an der Ruhr. Published by Galerie Heiner Friedrich in Verlag G. v. Pape, Munich. The 9 objects are wooden figures that Richter built and photographed. [FS].

PROVENANCE: Private collection Switzerland.

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Gerhard Richter
9 Objekte, 1969.
Offset lithograph
Post auction sale: € 16,200 / $ 18,306
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