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"JUDIT REIGL (HUN/ 1923-2020) Proceedings signed and dated '73. Reigl' (on the reverse) acrylic and glycerophtalic paint on canvas, mounted on a second canvas by the artist 33 x 46 cm. Painted in 1973 This work is registered in the Judit Reigl Endowment Fund. A certificate of authenticity can be given at the expense of the purchaser. PROVENANCE Artist's studio, Marcoussis. Le Studiolo-Galerie de France, Paris (gallery label, reverse side, inventory no. JRe/CRT.007). Acquired from it by the current owner. EXHIBITION Paris, Le Studiolo-Galerie de France, Judit Reigl, Fragments of paintings, March-May 2016. Paris, Le Studiolo-Galerie de France, ...with them, September-October 2018. The present work is the result of the cutting up of a composition initially created by Judit Reigl as an autonomous monumental work from the 1960s and 1970s. These fragments, exhibited for the first time in 2016 at the Galerie de France, are ""cut out of unfinished paintings that are doomed to abandonment, offering new possibilities, new choices, through reframing that gives rise to an unsuspected vision"". (Valérie de Maulmin, quoted in Connaissance des Arts hors série, no. 705, Judit Reigl, five exhibitions in Paris, March 2016)."
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"JUDIT REIGL (HUN/ 1923-2020) Proceedings signed and dated '73. Reigl' (on the reverse) acrylic and glycerophtalic paint on canvas, mounted on a second canvas by the artist 33 x 46 cm. Painted in 1973 This work is registered in the Judit Reigl Endowment Fund. A certificate of authenticity can be given at the expense of the purchaser. PROVENANCE Artist's studio, Marcoussis. Le Studiolo-Galerie de France, Paris (gallery label, reverse side, inventory no. JRe/CRT.007). Acquired from it by the current owner. EXHIBITION Paris, Le Studiolo-Galerie de France, Judit Reigl, Fragments of paintings, March-May 2016. Paris, Le Studiolo-Galerie de France, ...with them, September-October 2018. The present work is the result of the cutting up of a composition initially created by Judit Reigl as an autonomous monumental work from the 1960s and 1970s. These fragments, exhibited for the first time in 2016 at the Galerie de France, are ""cut out of unfinished paintings that are doomed to abandonment, offering new possibilities, new choices, through reframing that gives rise to an unsuspected vision"". (Valérie de Maulmin, quoted in Connaissance des Arts hors série, no. 705, Judit Reigl, five exhibitions in Paris, March 2016)."

Estimate 13 000 - 15 000 EUR
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France - 78000 - versailles