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"Farbfelder. Anordnung von 1260 Farben (Gelb-Blau-Rot)" by Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter

"Farbfelder. Anordnung von 1260 Farben (Gelb-Blau-Rot)", 1974

Colour offset on light cardboard
64.5 x 79.2 cm (25.39 x 31.18 in)
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Last recorded sale at Grisebach, Berlin (01 Mar 2024)

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Past Sales
ImageSale dateAuction houseLocationSale nameLot No.EstimatePrice SoldConditionTitle
Mar 1, 2024
GrisebachBerlinContemporary Online Only, 1.-10.3.20241946
$****** - ******
"Farbfelder. Anordnung von 1260 Farben (Gelb-Blau-Rot)"
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Artwork Description

Prints & Multiples


64.5 x 79.2 cm (25.39 x 31.18 in)


Colour offset on light cardboard


Private Collection, Berlin


Gerhard Richter (Dresden 1932 - lives in Cologne). "Farbfelder. Anordnung von 1260 Farben (Gelb-Blau-Rot)". 1974

Colour offset on light cardboard. 64,5 × 79,2 cm (25 ⅜ × 31 ⅛ in.). Inscribed.

Butin 51c. With a certificate by Hubertus Butin dated 14 November 2023.-

One of 7 unsigned single sheets outside the edition of 32 portfolios. Munich, Galerie Heiner Friedrich, 1974. [3961] Framed.

Condition report: In good condition. The colours slightly faded, the cardboard on the edges with minimal time staining. The corners and isolated the edges lightly bumped. The left upper corner with slight scuff marks and slight loss in the top layer of the paper. In the left upper corner with light pinpoint foxing. Isolated minuscule stains. On the reverse at the lower side margins with traces of former mount. On the reverse in the upper corners mounted to the support cardboard with paper tape. Fine, harmonious overall appearance.