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Olga de Amaral

Sol cuadrado No. 16, 1994

Gesso, acrylic and gold leaf on linen
57 × 35 1/2 in
144.8 × 90.2 cm
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This work is registered in the artist's archives under reference number OA0759 and is …

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This work is registered in the artist's archives under reference number OA0759 and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.

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Born in Colombia in 1932, Olga de Amaral began her formal training as an architect but—dissatisfied with her schooling—she enrolled in the …

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Signed, titled and dated "Sol Cuadrado 16 - 1994 - Olga de Amaral" on the reverse
Olga de Amaral
Colombian, b. 1932
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Concerned primarily with color and structure, Olga de Amaral creates gold-leaf, textile-based …

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Concerned primarily with color and structure, Olga de Amaral creates gold-leaf, textile-based works, which she thinks of as “golden surfaces of light.” Their sculptural presence reveals the artist’s background in architectural design, while their technical finesse has earned her great acclaim. With series titles such …

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About the work
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P
Phillips

This work is registered in the artist's archives under reference number OA0759 and is …

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This work is registered in the artist's archives under reference number OA0759 and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.

From the Catalogue:
Born in Colombia in 1932, Olga de Amaral began her formal training as an architect but—dissatisfied with her schooling—she enrolled in the …

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Signature
Signed, titled and dated "Sol Cuadrado 16 - 1994 - Olga de Amaral" on the reverse
Olga de Amaral
Colombian, b. 1932
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Concerned primarily with color and structure, Olga de Amaral creates gold-leaf, textile-based …

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Concerned primarily with color and structure, Olga de Amaral creates gold-leaf, textile-based works, which she thinks of as “golden surfaces of light.” Their sculptural presence reveals the artist’s background in architectural design, while their technical finesse has earned her great acclaim. With series titles such …

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Olga de Amaral

Sol cuadrado No. 16, 1994

Gesso, acrylic and gold leaf on linen
57 × 35 1/2 in
144.8 × 90.2 cm
Bidding closed
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