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Lot 3237: DALÍ, SALVADOR (1904 Figueras 1989) Benvenuto

Modern Art

Platinum House

by Koller Auctions

December 7, 2012

Zurich, Switzerland

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Description: DALÍ, SALVADOR
(1904 Figueras 1989)
Benvenuto Cellini and Jupiter. 1945.
Watercolour, pencil and ink on fine board. Signed and dated lower left: Dalí 1945. Also inscribed by Gala on the lower margin, outside the image: volume 2ieme page 42 'j'allumai m'a torche et comme elle se trouvait un peu au dessus de la tête du Jupiter, ... produisaient un effet merveilleux.'
18.8 x 10.8 cm.

Nicolas Descharnes has confirmed the authenticity of this work: May 2012. The certificate is signed by Robert, Nicolas and Oliver Descharnes.

Provenance:

- Galerie du Dragon, Paris.

- Christie's London, 5. December 1978, Lot 170 (with ill).


German Text
DALÍ, SALVADOR
(1904 Figueras 1989)
Benvenuto Cellini und Jupiter. 1945.
Aquarell, Bleistift und Tinte auf feinem Karton. Unten links signiert und datiert: Dalí 1945. Zudem am unteren Rand, ausserhalb der Darstellung von Gala bezeichnet: volume 2ieme page 42 'j'allumai m'a torche et comme elle se trouvait un peu au dessus de la tête du Jupiter, ... produisaient un effet merveilleux.'
18,8 x 10,8 cm.

Die Authentizität des Werkes wurde von Nicolas Descharnes bestätigt, Mai 2012, das Zertifikat ist von Robert, Nicolas und Oliver Descharnes unterschrieben.

Provenienz:

- Galerie du Dragon, Paris.

- Christie's London, 5. Dezember 1978, Los 170 (mit Abb).

- Privatsammlung Deutschland, an obiger Auktion erworben.

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