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LOT 38

Lot 38

Freeman Wilford Patterson (1937-)

Freeman Wilford Patterson (1937-)
Lot 38 Details
Freeman Wilford Patterson (1937-), Canadian

FROM THE ODYSSEYS SERIES, 1998

Chromogenic colour print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper. Unsigned and unumbered.
Image/Sheet 10.6 ins x 15.9 ins; 27 cms x 40.5 cms; 11.2 ins x 19.6 ins; 28.5 cms x 49.7 cms

Estimate $500-$700

Realised: $420
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Freeman Wilford Patterson (1937-)
  • Freeman Wilford Patterson (1937-)
  • Freeman Wilford Patterson (1937-)
Provenance:

Tatar Alexander, Toronto gallery label verso;
Private Collection, Toronto

Note:

Published in 1998, the Odysseys series is a collection of Patterson's pictures and meditative reflections on life, created among the abandoned diamond mining towns in the desert of southern Namibia. Every year, Patterson embarks on a journey of discovery and renewal to the desert of South West Africa.

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