Francisco Salazar (1937-2019)Marking(s); notes:
signed, marking(s); 2008Country of origin; materials:
Venezuelan; acrylic on canvas, corrugated cardboard and woodDimensions (H, W, D):
60.5"h, 60.5"w, 2.5"dAdditional Information:
Work is titled "Le vide est la synthese de l'espace no. 6." Lot is accompanied by the Certificate of Authenticity issued by Espace Meyer Zafra, dated 2.4.2009 along with exhibition catalogs from the artist's show at Espace Meyer Zafra. Provenance: Private Collection, Aventura, Florida. About the collection: "My family has been collecting art since my grandmother moved to Vienna in 1945. My mother was born in Eastern Europe and grew up in Vienna where she acquired a deep knowledge and love of Biedermeier and Art Deco furniture. Throughout her life she taught my sister and I to love, collect, create, and support the arts. As my mother traveled and lived in many places around the world, her interests grew and she expanded her collection to all different types of art. My sister and I part with some of these treasures and hope that they will find loving homes." Bidders are welcome to preview in person from Monday, January 24th through Friday, January 28th, 10am-5pm ET and beginning at 9am the day of the sale. Video preview is also available. Please direct any questions and/or consignment inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
very good, a few small nicks and marks, some very minor craquelure in groovesAll bidders in our auctions should be aware of the following:
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