Alan Davie (born 1920) Little Tut's Wagon 1963  signed, titled and dated DEC 1963 on the reverse oil on masonite  120 by 151 cm. 47 1/4 by 59 7/16 in.
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Alan Davie (born 1920) Little Tut's Wagon 1963 signed, titled and dated DEC 1963 on the reverse oil on masonite 120 by 151 cm. 47 1/4 by 59 7/16 in.
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Alan Davie (born 1920)
Little Tut's Wagon
1963

signed, titled and dated DEC 1963 on the reverse
oil on masonite

120 by 151 cm.
47 1/4 by 59 7/16 in.

Footnotes

  • Provenance
    Gimpel Fils, London
    Acquired directly from the above by the present owner in 1973

    Exhibited
    London, Gimpel Fils, Alan Davie, 1966, no. 9
    Hannover, Kestner-Gesellschaft, Alan Davie, 1967-1968, p. 49, no. 33, illustrated in black and white
    Dusseldorf, Kunstverein, Alan Davie, 1968, no. 31, illustrated in black and white
    Edinburgh, Richard Demarco Gallery, Alan Davie, 1968, no. 30
    New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 2nd Indian Triennale, 1971, no. 7
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