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Chambre professionnelle belge de la Librairie Ancienne et Moderne (CLAM)

Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Brussels, 1525-1569) Invidia, Envy, one of the seven vices, circa 1558 Engraving by Pieter van der Heyden (1530-1572) Published by Hiëronymus Cock (Antwerp, 1518-1570) 29.7 x 22.6 cm References: New Hollstein Dutch 26 1(2), first state Lex Antiqua, Antiquarian Bookseller


Galerie Mathivet

Claude Lalanne (Paris 1925-2019 Fontainebleau) Pomme d'Or, 1970 18k yellow gold H 10.5 cm Monogrammed CL, numbered 3/5, guarantee hallmark Provenance: André Mourgues; Alexandre Iolas collection (Alexandre Iolas, a dealer who was a great supporter of the Surrealists and the New Realists) Claude Lalanne's world is poetic. She moulds bodies, leaves, apples and cabbages, then combines them. Her creations include L'Homme à tête de chou, La Pommebouche and L'Escargot doigt. These pieces are dreamlike, reminiscent of the Baroque world. Yves Saint Laurent, one of her most loyal customers, said: "What moves me about her is that she has managed to combine craftsmanship and poetry in the same exacting way. Her beautiful sculptor's hands seem to push aside the mists of mystery to reach the shores of art". This 'pomme bouche' could also be reminiscent of the world of Magritte...


Galeria Jordi Pascual

manolo valdés

Manolo Valdés (Valencia, 1942) Matisse como pretexto, 1987 Mixed media on burlap 170 x 240 cm Provenance: collection Guillermo Caballero de Luján, Valencia Literature: Fundación Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Art of this Century, 2022. Manolo Valdés. Painting and sculpture, 18 October 2002-19 January 2003, p. 105; de Barañano, Kosme, 1999, Manolo Valdés. Ediciones Polígrafa and Caja de Ahorros del Mediterráneo, p. 51


Brame & Lorenceau

günther forg

Günther Förg (Germany, 1952-2013) Composition, 1993 Watercolour on paper 59.5 x 42 cm Signed et dated in the lower right: Förg 93 Provenance: Galerie Friedrich, Basel; private collection, Switzerland; private collection, Paris


Gilden's Art Gallery

Marc Chagall (Vitebsk 1887-1985 Saint-Paul de Vence) Study for Commedia dell’arte (Foyer of Frankfurt Opera House), 1958 Brush and India ink with charcoal and pencil on wove paper 36.5 x 56.5 cm Signed lower right: Marc Chagall The work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Chagall Committee from 27 February 2023 The composition is a study for the largest painting undertaken for a project in the foyer of Frankfurt Opera House, Germany Provenance: estate Marc Chagall


Collectors Gallery

Claude Wesel (Belgium, 1942-2014) For Maison Fernand Demaret Necklace in 18ct gold and coral, 1968 Unique piece


Osborne Samuel Gallery

henry moore

Henry Moore (Castleford 1898-1986 Much Hadham) Reclining Woman N° 2, 1980 Bronze H 15 x W 29 x D 15 cm Edition of 9 + 1, cast by Morris Singer Foundry Provenance: the artist's studio; The Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, 1981; private collection, London (acquired from the above); Osborne Samuel, London Literature: John Hedgecoe, A Monumental Vision: The Sculpture of Henry Moore, Collins & Brown, London, 1998, p. 224, cat. n° 685 (ill. col. p. 245); A Bowness (ed), Henry Moore: Volume 6 Complete Sculpture 1980-86, Lund Humphries, London, 1988, p. 40, cat. n° 811 (ill. b&w p. 41)


Axel Vervoordt

pierre culot

Pierre Culot (Malmedy 1938-2011 Roux-Miroir) Vase, circa 1990 Partially glazed earthenware H 84 x W 64 x D 25 cm Provenance: estate of the artist Exhibition: 2023, Resilience, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Kanaal


Willow Gallery

Marc Chagall (Vitebsk 1887-1985 Saint-Paul de Vence) Flûtiste jaune et bouc dans l’arbre en fleurs, circa 1960-1964 Gouache, pastel, oil pastel and Indian Ink on paper 51 x 34 cm - framed: 70 x 53 cm Stamped with artist’s signature This painting is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Comité Marc Chagall Provenance: estate of the artist; thence by descent


Artimo Fine Arts

jean de bay

Jean Baptiste Joseph De Bay (Nantes 1802-1862 Paris) Le Génie de la Marine, 1832 White Carrara marble, finely carved H 101 x W 48 x D 85 cm Signature engraved on the boat's anchor: JEAN DEBAY Executed in Rome in 1832 Provenance: 1832, Rome; 1832 (June, Paris, Exposition at Petits-Augustins; 1833, Paris, Exposition at Salon de Paris; 1833, Mr. Hoppe Collection, Amsterdam; 1833-2010, private collection Literature: S. Lami (1916). Dictionnaire des sculpteurs de l'école française au dix-neuvième siècle, Paris, Librairie Ancienne Honoré Champion Edouard Champion, tome 2, pp. 126-132; A. Lenormand (1981), La Tradition classique et l’Esprit romantique. Les Sculpteurs de l’Académie de France à Rome de 1824 à 1840, Rome, Edizioni dell'Elefante, 1981 Exhibitions: 1832, Rome; 1832 (June), Paris, Exposition at the Petits-Augustins; 1833, Paris, Exposition at the Salon de Paris This masterful work entitled 'Le Génie de la Marine' is the work of the talented French sculptor Jean Baptiste Joseph De Bay. An emblem of marine allegory, the sculpture depicts a daring Cupid, bravely sailing against the currents on a delicate shell-shaped craft. In a posture of determination, Cupid steers his boat with an oar while seated on a folded sail, which envelops an ink at his feet. This representation of the Cupid's determination to follow his own course and speed without wishing to stop may allude to the persistence of love against all odds. Designed in Rome in 1832, this exquisite marble sculpture was later exhibited, albeit unfinished, at the Petits-Augustins in Paris. It was finally presented in all its splendour at the Paris Salon the following year, where it attracted the attention of the famous Amsterdam banker, Monsieur Hoppe. Jean Baptiste Joseph De Bay, better known as Jean De Bay, was born in Nantes on 31 August 1802. The son of a renowned sculptor and a pupil of Baron Bosio, De Bay quickly established himself as an emblematic figure of nineteenth-century French sculpture. After training at the École des Beaux-Arts in 1820, where he won numerous awards including the prestigious Prix de Rome, the sculptor succeeded in establishing himself in the art of bas relief and ronde bosse. Equally at ease working in marble and bronze, Jean De Bay contributed to numerous national projects, notably for the Louvre Palace and the Hôtel de Ville in Paris. Several of his works are also preserved at the Musée de Versailles. Many of his works can be found in various French museums, testifying to his artistic genius. This great sculptor died a few years later at his home in Paris on 7 January 1862.


Galerie Ary Jan

léon spilliaert

Léon Spilliaert (Ostend 1881-1946 Brussels) Tree in the winter, 1943 Ink drawing 51.2 x 35.2 cm Signed lower right and dated lower left Provenance: Madeleine Spilliaert, sister of the artist and in her family by descent


Röbbig München

philipp ernst schindler (1694–1765)

Philipp Ernst Schindler (1694-1765) and Christian Friedrich Herold (1700-1779) Snuff box with river landscapes and genre scene (noblemen playing cards) Meissen, 1740s H 5.8 x W 13.6 x D 7.5 cm Provenance: private collection, Germany


Galerie Oscar De Vos

emile claus

Emile Claus (Sint-Eloois-Vijve 1849-1924 Astene) Return from school/Girls in the field, 1892 Oil on canvas 132 x 99 cm Signed lower left: Emile Claus Provenance: collection Mrs. G.C., Brussels; Galerie Georges Giroux, Brussels, 1929, n° 28; collection Mrs. F. Soethoudt, Brussels; auction Guillaume Campo, Antwerp, 1982, n° 25; Galerie Oscar De Vos, Sint-Martens-Latem; private collection, Belgium Literature: G. Giroux, Catalogue de la collection de Madame G.C. (Brussels: Galerie Georges Giroux, 1929), n° 28, ill. n° 12 (ill.); P. Eeckhout, Retrospectieve tentoonstelling Emile Claus 1849-1924, cat. (Gent: MSK, 1974), p. 49, n° 49; R. Bombeke, e.a., Schilders van het Leieland, cat. (Deinze: MuDeL, 1991), n° 144; P. Boyens, Sint-Martens-Latem. Kunstenaarsdorp in Vlaanderen (Tielt: Lannoo, 1992), 535 (ill.); M. Ruyters, Campo 1897-1997 (Antwerpen: Stefan Campo, 1997), p. 85, n° 11 (ill.); J. De Smet, e.a., Emile Claus en het landleven, cat. (Gent: MSL, 2009), p. 145, p. 93 (ill.); R. Hoozee, e.a., Lights of Flanders. Images of a beautiful Belgian village, cat. (Tokyo: The Mainichi Newspapers, 2010), p. 71, n° 36 (ill.); J. De Smet, e.a., Emile Claus and Belgian Impressionism, cat. (Kobe: The Kobe Shimbun, 2013), p. 46, n° 6 (ill.) Exhibitions: 1929, Brussels, Galerie George Giroux, n° 28; 1974, Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Retrospective Exhibition Emile Claus 1849-1924, n° 49; 1982, Antwerp, Guillaume Campo, 1982, n° 25; 1991, Deinze, Museum van Deinze en de Leiestreek, Schilders van het Leieland, n° 144; 2009, Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Emile Claus and Rural Life, n° 93; 2010-2011, Himeji, City Museum of Art; Tokyo, The Bunkamura Museum of Art; Miyoshi, Okuda Genso Museum, Light of Flanders. Images of a beautiful Belgian village, n° 36; 2013, Himeji, City Museum of Art; Tokyo, Station Gallery; Ishikawa, Prefectural Museum of Art; Hekinan, City Tatsukichi Fuji Museum of Contemporary Art, Emile Claus and Belgian Impressionism, n° 6; 2021, Mechelen, Heilige Geestkapel, Het Kunstuur


Bernier/Eliades Gallery

susan rothenberg

Susan Rothenberg (USA, 1945-2020) Untitled, 2002 Oil on paper H 56 x W 76 cm - framed: H 76 x W 96.5 cm


Galerie Van den Bruinhorst

Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (Utrecht, 1888-1964) Original ‘Red Blue chair’ Designed in 1919/1923 Executed by G.A. van de Groenekan, circa 1970, De Bilt, The Netherlands Frame; solid beech wood slats with beech wood dowels, stained dark brown/black, the ends finished with chromate yellow paint. Seat; plywood, finished monochrome with ultramarine blue paint. Back: plywood finished monochrome with vermilion red paint H 86 x W 65.9 x D 82.5 cm The chair is marked with the paper label of Rietveld’s regular cabinet maker, Gerard van de Groenekan Provenance: from the first owner Architect Ruud Wilmink from Amsterdam. At the end of his architecture studies, he personally ordered the chair from Gerard van de Groenekan in De Bilt around 1970 for the furnishing of his first home In 1919, architect Gerrit Rietveld joined the legendary ‘De Stijl’ group, an esthetic movement founded by Dutch artists and architects two years earlier. Inspired by the work of his fellow ‘De Stijl’ member Bart van der Leck, Rietveld started experimenting with the use of primary colors in the designs for furniture around 1921-1922. Probably about 1923 – a hundred years ago! – he made the first copy of his wooden-slat easy-chair using Red Yellow and Blue, the color scheme that would bring the chair its world fame as an icon of De Stijl movement.


Galerie Jean-François Cazeau

André Masson (Balagny-sur-Thérain 1896-1987 Paris) La Ville abandonnée, 1923-1924 Pastel, coloured wax and charcoal on paper 62.2 x 47 cm 98.5 x 83.3 cm (framed) Study for the final painting entitled La Ville abandonnée, 1923-1924 Signed lower left: André Masson Provenance: the Artist's studio; Collection T. Mesens, Belgian surrealist artist; Gallery Knoedler, New York; Galerie Odermatt-Cazeau, Paris; Private collection, Paris Literature: André Masson, oeuvres maîtresses, Galerie H. Odermatt - Ph. Cazeau, Paris, 1990, ill. in colour, p. 99, n° 43 Exhibition: New York, Surrealism in Art, M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., February-March 1975, catalogue n° 86 Study for the final painting entitled La Ville abandonnée, 1923-1924, oil on canvas, 73 x 60 cm, property of Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris. Literature: Paris, André Masson, oeuvres maîtresses, Galerie H. Odermatt - Ph. Cazeau, 5 December 1990-2 February 1991, p. 99; de Joinville, France, Château du Grand Jardin, Beauvais, Musée Départemental de l'Oise; Tchécoslovaquie, Sovinec, Ostrava, Bratislava, Prague: André Masson : Dessins Surréalistes 1925-1965. 17 April 1993-31 January 1994; Paris, André Masson: peintures et œuvres sur papier 1919-1927, Galerie Louise Leiris, 14 May-13 July 1996. Definitive painting after the drawing, ill. on the cover of the catalogue, p. n°9. Property of Galerie Louise Leiris. Illustrated on the cover of the catalogue; André Masson: Dessins Surréalistes 1925-1965, 1993. The catalogue is published by the AFAA (L'Association Française d'Action Artistique), Le Château du Grand Jardin (Conseil Général de la Haute Marne) and the Musée Départemental de l'Oise, Beauvais and produced by Soft Publicité Reims.


De Brock

serge poliakoff

Serge Poliakoff (Moscow 1900-1969 Paris) Composition Abstraite, 1968 Oil on canvas 161.9 x 129.9 cm Signed lower center: Serge Poliakoff Provenance: the artist's studio, Paris, France; collection Doctor Bachmann, Teufen, Switzerland; Galerie Malingue, Paris, France; private collection, Italy; Connaught Brown, London, UK; private collection, Belgium; De Brock, Knokke, Belgium Literature: Programme des concerts du domaine musical de la ville de Paris, Saison 1969-1970 (ill. in colour); Plaisir de France, nº 372, p. 34, November 1969 (ill. in colour); Giuseppe Marchiori, Serge Poliakoff, Paris, Les Presses de la Connaissance, p. 107, 1976; Françoise Brütsch, Serge Poliakoff, Neuchâtel, Ides et Calendes, p. 144, 1993 (ill. in colour); La Collection T, une collection privée suisse, Zurich, J & P Fine Art, nº 15, p. 31, 2003 (ill. in colour); Marie Victoire Poliakoff, Serge Poliakoff, mon grand-père, Paris, Éditions du Chêne, p. 82, 2011 (ill. in colour); Beaux-Arts Éditions, hors série, p. 41, 2013 (ill. in colour); Connaissance des Arts, hors série, nº 601, p. 32, October 2013 (ill. in colour)


Galerie Hurtebize

alfred sisley

Alfred Sisley (Paris 1839-1899 Moret-sur-Loing) Matinée d'octobre près de Port-Marly, 1876 Oil on canvas 46.5 x 54.3cm Signed lower left: Sisley Provenance: Durand-Ruel and Co. Gallery, Paris; Feder & Picq, Paris; Galerie Durand-Ruel et Cie., Paris, June 1892; Martin A. Ryerson, Chicago, August 1892; Durand-Ruel Galleries, New York, March 1893; J.M. Schley, New York, February 1899; Katherine Schley Variell, New York by descent from previous owner, August 1915; Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk, Maine by bequest of previous owner, 1960; sale, Sotheby's, London, April 24, 1963; O'Hana Gallery, London; acquired from the latter by the family of the last owner, October 1963 Literature: F. Daulte, Alfred Sisley: Catalogue raisonné of the painted work, Lausanne, 1959, n° 224 (ill. titled Morning of October); S. Brame and F. Lorenceau, Alfred Sisley: Critical catalogue of paintings and pastels, Paris, 2021, p. 118, n° 236, ill. p. 43 Exhibitions: New York, Galeries Durand-Ruel, Works by Alfred Sisley, February-March 1899, n° 23; Waterville, Colby College Bixler Art and Music Center, 1961-62 (on extended loan); London, O'Hana Gallery, Summer Exhibition of French Paintings and Sculpture of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, June-September 1963, n° 52


Huberty & Breyne

gilles barbier

Gilles Barbier (France, 1965) Still Memory #4, 2023 Magazines, artificial plants, flocking, acrylic resin H 65 x W 57 x D 50 cm


De Wit Fine Tapestries

Richard Mortensen (Copenhagen, 1910-1993) Venise, 1963 Wool Tabard workshop, frères et sœurs, tapestry Aubusson, France For the Galerie Denise René H 288 x W 234 cm Signed lower left


Dei Bardi Art

A pierced Gothic Flamboyant canopy North of France, 15th century Limestone H 30 x W 32 x D 35 cm


Thomas Deprez Fine Arts

gisbert combaz

Gisbert Combaz (Antwerp 1869-1941 Brussels) Poster project for the 75th anniversary of Belgian independence, 1905 Oil, gouache, pencil and ink on canvas 102 x 62 cm Signed and dated middle right: Gisbert Combaz 1905 Provenance: the artist's studio by his death in 1941 (?); former collection Wittamer-Descamps, Brussels; former collection Wéry, Brussels; private collection, Brussels Literature: Jane Block, Gisbert Combaz (1869-1941)-Fin de siècle Artist, Antwerp, Pandora, 1999, cf. p. 99, n° 141 & 142 Unpublished as a poster, the design was taken up by Octave Maus as a chromolithography for the frontispiece of the section 'L'Art Appliqué en Belgique' in the milestone publication: 'L'Art et La Vie en Belgique 1830-1905', Bruxelles & Paris: Librairie Nationale d'Art et d'Histoire, G. Van Oest & Cie, 1921, p. 117. The design was later also used as the cover for Th. Quoidbach, 'Le Chansonnier de la Jeunesse belge', Brussels, Schott, 1934


Francis Maere Fine Arts

paul delvaux

Paul Delvaux (Antheit 1879-1994 Veurne) Femmes devant la mer, 1928 Oil on canvas 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated upper right: P. DELVAUX 28 Provenance: Jean Giron, Brussels; private collection, Belgium Literature: A. Eggermont, Les arts plastiques in Le Thyrse, Brussels, March 1931, p. 104; M. Butor, J. Clair, S. Houbart-Wilkin, Paul Delvaux-catalogue de l'oeuvre peint, Cosmos Monographies, Brussels, 1975, cat. n° 35, p. 156 Exhibitions: 1928 Brussels Galerie Manteau, Paul Delvaux et Robert Giron, 1931 Brussels Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paul Delvaux, 1969 Paris, Musée des Arts décoratifs; 1974, Sint Martens Latem, Georges Buysse Gallery, Delvaux, Spilliaert, Pérot; 1985 Paris, Centre Culturel Wallonie-Bruxelles, Hommage à Paul Delvaux © Foundation Paul Delvaux, Belgium/SABAM, 2023-2024


Galerie von Vertes

yayoi kusama

Yayoi Kusama (Matsumoto, 1929) Hat (ATE), 2001 Acrylic on canvas 22 x 27.3 cm Signed, dated and titled on verso Provenance: private collection, Japan; Mallet Japan, January 25, 2008, lot 92; Opera Gallery, Geneva; private collection, Geneva Literature: Certificate of authenticity from the Yayoi Kusama Studio on 7 December 2007


Whitford Fine Art

joseph lacasse

Joseph Lacasse (Tournai 1894-1975 Paris) Recherche, 1954-58 Oil on canvas 54 x 73 cm Signed lower left, signed and dated verso Lacasse Estate inventory dia n° 287 Certificate of authenticity by Mme Joostens-Koob Provenance: the artist's estate


Nicolás Cortés Gallery

francisco de zurbarán

Francisco de Zurbarán (Fuente de Cantos, Badajoz 1598-1664 Madrid) Still Life of Lent Oil on canvas 62.5 x 82.5 cm Provenance: private collection, Madrid, Spain; collection of Cardinal Despuig (1745-1813), Palacio de Montenegro, Palma de Mallorca [inv. n° 71]; Truyols collection (from 1972), Palma de Mallorca Francisco de Zurbarán, one of the foremost figures of the Spanish Baroque is renowned for his masterful works. Among them, 'Still Life of Lent' stands as a testament to his artistic genius. In this intriguing composition, Zurbarán skillfully brings to life a multitude of objects emerging from the shadows of an enigmatic, undefined background- captivating the viewer in the interplay of light. This masterpiece, dating back to the 1600s, has a fascinating history. It was once part of the esteemed collection of Antonio Despuig Dameto (1745-1813), the son of the Count and Countess of Montenegro y Montoro. During the tumultuous era of Napoleon's annexation of the Pontifical States to the French Empire, Despuig faced arrest and was transported to Paris, leaving behind this remarkable artwork. Astonishingly, 'Still Life of Lent' remained within the Despuig family's collection throughout the centuries. Through intensive scientific examination, Zurbarán's hidden signature beneath layers of the canvas has been uncovered, offering us a unique glimpse into Zurbarán's mastery and the rich historical tapestry that surrounds it.


Galerie Van den Bruinhorst

Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (Utrecht, 1888-1964) Metz & Co sideboard ‘r54', 1936 Executed in The Netherlands, circa 1941 White laquered beech wood and plywood, metal and wire glass H 93 x W 200 x D 51.5 cm Provenance: Mr and Mrs Montagne-Van Lommel, Rotterdam 1941; Mrs. H.H. Van Domisse-Van Lommel, 1947 the Hague; Mrs. Foss-Montagne 1991; Sotheby’s Amsterdam 1995; private collection, Amsterdam Exhibition: Bas van Pelt, The Netherlands, The Hague, 1960 Commissioned by the avant-garde department store Metz & Co in Amsterdam, the Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld designed a small sideboard in 1932 consisting of wire glass sliding doors on a chromed steel base that could be combined with a separate drawer unit. With this design as a starting point he created sideboard r54 in 1936 which is a combination of the small sideboard and the drawer unit in one piece. The first owners bought this sideboard in 1941.


Samuel Vanhoegaerden Gallery

tom wesselmann

Tom Wesselmann (Cincinnati 1931-2004 New York) Wildflower bouquet (two handled vase), 1988 Enamel on laser-cut steel H 147.5 x W 223.5 cm Signed, dated and titled on the verso Provenance: Opera Gallery, Paris; private collection, Belgium Literature: Tom Wesselmann: a Pop Art Legend, Samuel Vanhoegaerden Gallery, Knokke, 2023, ill.


Galeries AB & BA

henri michaux

Henri Michaux (Namur 1899-1984 Paris) Composition, 1950 Gouache on canvas 48 x 62.5 cm Signed lower right This work is registered in the Michaux Archives by Franck Leibovici under n° hm4112 and will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné currently in preparation Provenance: collection of M. Chatelus, Paris; collection of M. René Schneider; private collection, Paris Literature: Wieland Schmied, Hanovre (1972), p. 71; Wieland Schmied, Michaux (1973), p. 79; Marseille (1993), p. 124; Franck Leibovici, Henri Michaux, (2014), p. 31 Exhibitions: Retrospective, Musée Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hanover, 1972; Henri Michaux, peintures, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, 3 April -10 June 1976; Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris, 1985; Henri Michaux, selected works 1927-1984, Musée Cantini, Marseille, 1993; Henri Michaux, selected works 1927-1984, Julio Gonzalez Art Center (i.v.a.m), Valencia, 1993; Henri Michaux, selected works 1927-1984, Musée Rath, Geneva, 1994; Henri Michaux, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 1999; Untitled passages by Henri Michaux, Drawing Center Art Center, New York, 2000


De Brock

antoni tàpies

Antoni Tàpies (Barcelona 1923-2012) Ocre Amb Cinc Entallats, 1964 Marble dust and oil on canvas 162 x 130 cm Signed and dated on the reverse: Tàpies 1964 Provenance: the artist's studio, Barcelona, Spain; Galerie Stadler, Paris, France; private collection, Madrid, Spain; Josep Suñol Soler collection, Barcelona, Spain; Christie’s, London, UK; private collection; De Brock, Knokke, Belgium Literature: A. Cirici, Tàpies: Witness of Silence, Barcelona, 1972, p. 273, n° 268 (ill. and titled 'Ochre with five incisions'); A. Agustí, ed., Antoni Tàpies: The Complete Works, vol. 2, 1961-1968, Barcelona, 1996, p. 211, n° 1301 (ill. in colour); Fundació Josep Suñol, Col·lecció Josep Suñol Catàleg raonat, Barcelona, 2004, p. 110, n° 736 (ill. in colour); Fundació Josep Suñol, Col·lecció Josep Suñol Les Escales, Barcelona, 2004, pp. 79 and 164 (installation view ill. in colour) Exhibitions: Cannes, Galerie Jacques Verrière, Tàpies. Oeuvres récentes, September 1966, n° 6; Barcelona, Fundació Antoni Tàpies; Valencia, Institut Valencià d’art Modern Centro Julio González; London, Serpentine Gallery, Tàpies. Comunicació sobre el mur, January-August 1992; Barcelona, Fundació Suñol, Col·lecció Josep Suñol 1915-1995, May 2007-January 2008