HENRI LAURENS (1885-1954) Guitare 59 7/8 in (152 cm) (height) (Conceived in 1926)
Lot 20W
HENRI LAURENS
(1885-1954)
Guitare 59 7/8 in (152 cm) (height)
Sold for US$ 75,000 inc. premium

Impressionist & Modern Art

13 Nov 2018, 17:00 EST

New York

Lot Details
PROPERTY FROM THE HISTORIC BUILDING OF CHARLES TEMPLETON CROCKER, SAN FRANCISCO
HENRI LAURENS (1885-1954)
Guitare
signed with the artist's monogram (lower right)
iron
59 7/8 in (152 cm) (height)
Conceived in 1926

Footnotes

  • Provenance
    C. Templeton Crocker Collection, San Francisco.
    Acquired from the above.

    Literature
    Henri Laurens, Exposition de la donation aux Musées Nationaux (exhibition catalogue), Grand Palais, Paris, 1967, no. 9 (illustration of another cast).
    Sculpture and Drawings by Henri Laurens (exhibition catalogue), Arts Council of Great Britain, Hayward Gallery, London & The Ulster Museum, Belfast, 1971, no. 21 (illustration of another cast p. 37).
    Groups V (exhibition catalogue), Waddington Galleries, London, 1982, no. 48 (illustration of another cast).
    Joan Miro, Henri Laurens (exhibition catalogue), Waddington Galleries, London, 1984, no. 6 (illustration of another cast p. 35).
    Henri Laurens, 1885 - 1954, 60 Oeuvres, 1915 - 1954 (exhibition catalogue), Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris, 1985, no. 19 (illustration of another cast).
    The Non-Objective World Revisited (exhibition catalogue), Annely Juda Fine Art, London, 1988, no. 48 (illustration of another cast p. 46).
    Braque/Laurens un dialogue (exhibition catalogue), Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris & Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, 2005-2006, n.n. (illustration of another cast p. 92).
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