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Miguel Berrocal, Via Appia
(High-Res Derivative Image)
($62,500*0.00001 = $0.63)
Estimate: 50,000-70,000 USD
Sold for 62,500 USD
Price Point Value $62,500 USD
Auctioned on Nov 12 2014

Description & Provenance & Exhibitions & Literature
Miguel Berrocal
1933-2006
VIA APPIA
stamped with the artist's name and number /6
bronze
47 1/4 by 60 5/8 by 15 3/4 in. 120 by 154 by 40 cm.
Executed in 1961, this work is number 2 from an edition of 6 plus one artist's proof.

Provenance
Albert Loeb Gallery, New York
São Schlumberger (acquired from the above in May 1969)
By descent to the present owner from the above

Exhibited
New York, Albert Loeb Gallery, Three Sculptors: Berrocal - Ipousteguy - Muller, October - November 1962 (another example exhibited)
Paris, Galerie Kriegel, Berrocal: Sculptures de la "Serie del Crimen de Cuenca," November 1962, pp. 39-41 (another example exhibited)
New York, Albert Loeb Gallery, Berrocal, April - May 1965, n.p., illustrated
Paris, Galerie Kriegel, Berrocal, 1965, n.p., illustrated (another example exhibited)
Paris, Artcurial; Tokyo, 1982 Gallery Gekkoso, Berrocal: 25 Ans de Sculptures Editées 1964-1984, 1984, pp. 24 and 26, illustrated in color (another example exhibited)
Verona, Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Palazzo Forti, Berrocal: Sculture e Disegni 1958-1995, 1995, p. 49, illustrated (another example exhibited)

Literature
Miguel Berrocal, Berrocal: Lamini Zoraida, Hommage a Paloma, Verona, 1971, p. 15
Giuseppe Marchiori, La sculpture de Berrocal, Brussels, 1973, cat. no. 50, p. 45, illustrated
Miguel Berrocal and Michel Tapié, Berrocal: Catalogo General Obras Recientes 1974, Madrid, 1974, p. 67, illustrated
Exh. Cat., Ulm, Ulmer Museum, Miguel Berrocal: Skulpturen, 1987, p. 48, illustrated in color
Jean-Louis Ferrier, Berrocal, Paris, 1989, p. 121, illustrated

Abitare, No. 351, May 1996, pp. 126-127, illustrated in color


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