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Listing By Artist: Marca-Relli, Conrad

Listing By Category / Medium: Collage

B & P Catalog #: F-362 Artist: Marca-Relli, Conrad Artist’s Nationality: America Artist’s Dates: 1913 Title: Reclining Figure Category / Medium: Collage Description: Painted Canvas Collage, Mixed Media, Colored Enamel - Semi-Abstract

$4000

Figurative Composition Year Created: Dated F-L-6'-67 Height (In Inches): 57 Width (In Inches): 69.5 Signature: Signed Lower Right And On The Verso Condition: Very Good Frame Description: Strip Molded Wood Frame Provenance: Marlborough Gerson Gallery, NY. Documentation And Exhibition: Exhibited: Whitney Museum Of American Art, October 4-

November 12, 1967 And Waltham MA Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, December 3, 1967-January 28, 1968. For Biographical Data See Who's Who In

American Art, Published By R.R. Bowker & Co.,

Also,

E.

Benezit.

Collections:

MOMA,

Whitney,

New York, London, 1982. See Wadsworth, Metropolitan Museum

Of Art, Nat Collection Of Fine Arts, Washington, DC; One-Man Shows Carnegie Institute, Art Institute Of Chicago, American Federation Of Arts, New School For Social Research, NY, Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

Listing By Artist: Nevelson, Louise

Listing By Category / Medium: Collage

$11000 B & P Catalog #: F-357 Artist: Nevelson, Louise Artist’s Nationality: America Artist’s Dates: 1900-1987 Title: Untitled Category / Medium: Collage Description: Painted Wood, Paper And Metal Collage - Abstract Composition Year Created: 1985 Height (In Inches): 41 Width (In Inches): 34 Signature: Signed Nevelson, Lower Right And Dated Condition: Very Good Frame Description: Strip Molded Wood Frame; Painted Black Provenance: Pace Gallery, New York City, NY Documentation And Exhibition: Exhibited: London, Wildenstein And Company, Louise

Nevelson Sculpture And Collages, April - May, 1986. Artist Studied T. Bernstein, W. Meyerowitz In New York City; ASL With K.H. Miller; Nicolaides (1929-1933). H. Hoffman In Munich, 1931 And At ASL 1933. Work: MOMA; WMAA; Other Museums. Little Of Her Sculpture Survives From The 1930's. She Is Best Known For Her Work After 1955, Especially Assemblages Of Discarded Objects, Painted Black And Other Monochromes. For Additional Biographical Data See Who's Who In American Art, Published By R.R. Bowker & Co., New York, London, 1982, P. 690. See Also, E. Benezit, Vol. 7, P. 699.

Listing By Artist: Reingold, Faith

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