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Cy Twombly

United States (Lexington 1928 -  2011 ) Wikipedia® : Cy Twombly
TWOMBLY Cy Sarajevo

Est-Ouest Auctions /Dec 1, 2015
3,650.52 - 6,084.20
3,733.76

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Cy Twombly - Octavio Paz, Eight Poems

Cy Twombly - Octavio Paz, Eight Poems

Original 1993
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Lot number: 187
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Cy Twombly (1928-2011) Octavio Paz, Eight Poems, Cy Twombly, Ten Drawings, Köln, Udo and Anette Brandhorst, 1993 the complete set of four unsigned etchings in colours by Cy Twombly and eight poems by Octavio Paz, hors-texte, title, justification, colophon, and reproductions of the artist's drawings, text in English and German, on smooth wove and laid papers, signed on the colophon by Octavio Paz and Cy Twombly, copy 18 of 100 of the Special Edition (the total edition was 1,000), bound in two volumes (as issued), with full margins, in good condition, original paper-covered portfolios, and original paper covered slipcase 340 x 260 x 24 mm. (overall) Saleroom Notice Please note that this lot should only be marked with a ? symbol in the catalogue as this a bound book and therefore no import VAT is payable on the hammer price or the buyer's premium.
Cy Twombly - Untitled

Cy Twombly - Untitled

Original 1983
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Lot number: 3727
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Description: TWOMBLY, CY (Lexington 1928 - 2011 Rom) Untitled. 1983. Colour etching and lithograph on chamois plate. XVII/L. Monogrammed lower right: CT. Image 75.5 x 54.5 cm on vélin by Arches 85 x 62 cm. Published by Visconti Art Spectrum, Vienna. Printed by Pressing Company, Rome. From the portfolio 'Art & Sport', 1984 for the Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo. Catalogue raisonné: Bastian, no. 76.
Cy Twombly - Natural History Part I - Mushrooms

Cy Twombly - Natural History Part I - Mushrooms

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Lot number: 532
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Cy Twombly 1928 Lexington - 2011 RomNatural History Part I - Mushrooms (No. VI). 1974.Lithograph in colors with helioprint, photochrome print and collage with color chalk. Bastian 47. Monogrammed and numbered as well with embossed Roman sheet number and copyright note. From an edition of 98 copies. On wove paper by Rives (without watermark). 75.8 x 55.8 cm (29.8 x 21.9 in), size of sheet. Printed by Matthieu Studio, Zurich-Dielsdorf (with blindstamp). [JS].Called up: December 4, 2015 - ca. 13.45 h +/- 20 min.
Cy Twombly - Sarajevo

Cy Twombly - Sarajevo

Original 1983
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Lot number: 190
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TWOMBLY Cy SARAJEVO Technique color lithograph, etching, aquatint on paper framed Sign signed, numbered on the margin labeled on the reverse of the frame ”HIRSCHL&ADLER MODERN” sheet size : 93.8×69.3 cm image size : 75.2×54.5 cm 1983-84 ed. 5/12 HC (aside from the edition of 150)
Cy Twombly - Sperlonga Collage

Cy Twombly - Sperlonga Collage

Original 1959
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Lot number: 619
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Cy Twombly (1928-2011) Signed and dated 'Twombly 59' verso. Having spent some time in Rome in 1952 in the course of a European tour, Cy Twombly moved permanently there from New York in February 1957 in order on the one hand to be inspired by the ancient art, and on the other to maintain and build his numerous contacts to art colleagues and galleries. Influenced by the ancient buildings and the old and modern street drawings he found there, he developed white-grounded pictures with light strokes and fragments of letters. ''In his experience and his art occupied a new feeling for the ancient traditions of a new space of lived contemporary freedoms. He experienced the contrasts as belonging together and surprised the Italian by showing him his own unacknowledged or scorned cutural and visual environment as the material for a truly contemporary and personal art. (…) It is exactly that what he brought with him - an affinity to white and what he called in 1956 his 'deep aesthetic sense for the eroded or antique surfaces of time', as well as a recently formed vocabulary of superimposed linial markings -, which should get him in the mood for the scarred marble of Rome. In a similar way, his feeling for the modern art of collage should make him sensitive to the manifold walls composed of re-used stones together with fragments of ancient figures and inscriptions.'' (Kirk Varnedoe, Cy Twonbly, a Retrospective, Munich et.al. 1994, p. 31). The Gallery Tartaruga held one of the first exhibitions of the current work of Cy Twombly in Rome in May 1958. It initially received little resonance, but after the opening in Milan in the autumn of 1958 it celebrated an overwhelming success. This was the starting point for a series of exhibitions of Twombly's work in Gallery Tartaruga over the following years; the present collage was also exhibited there. Condition Report: Traces of studio and minor traces of age. Notes: Droit de suite according to conditions of sale Provenance: Galleria La Tartaruga, Rome; Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne; private collection, Rhineland Dimensions: 27.5 x 21.7 cm Cy Twombly Medium: Collage: paper, glue and crayon Framed under glass Date: 1959
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