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"La Source De Calm 2002 48x41 Huge" by Roberto Sebastian Matta - 🔥Wow! Huge Framed - Handmade French Paper - Blue Chip - a Steal
La Source De Calm 2002 48x41 Huge Limited Edition Print by Roberto Sebastian Matta
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Roberto Sebastian Matta

"La Source De Calm 2002 48x41 Huge"

2002
  • Limited Edition Print : Carborundum Etching on Handmade Paper

    Size : 48x41 in  |  122x104 cm
    Framed : 52.5x45.5 in  |  133x116 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 125

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Hand SignedLower Right Corner 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with Plexiglass.Antiqued Gold Finish Wood Frame 
Purchased fromGallery 2002 
Provenance / HistoryPurchased from Weinstein Gallery San Francisco 
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Certificate of AuthenticityWeinstein Gallery 
LID108109
Roberto Sebastian Matta - Chile

Art Brokerage: Roberto Sebastian Matta Chilean Artist: b. 1911-2005. Roberto Sebastian Antonio Matta was born in Santiago, Chile in 1911. He studied architecture at the Universidad Catolica in Santiago. In 1933 Matta traveled to Paris and worked for two years as a draftsman in the Paris studio of famed architect Le Corbusier. While visiting his aunt in Madrid, he met Federico Garcia Lorca and Pablo Neruda. Neruda introduced Matta to Salvador Dali and Andre Breton. Impressed by Matta's drawings, Breton invited him to join the Surrealist group in 1937. Influenced by his association with the Surrealists and by Marcel Duchamp's theories of movement and process, Matta began to explore the realm of the subconscious and to develop an imagery of cosmic creation and destruction. Robert Matta passed away in 2005. All Matta original works must have authentication and provenance before listing. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage. Check out our new sister site Bluechipartbrokerage.com

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