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LOT 52

Lot 52

Roger-François Thépot (1925-2003)

Roger-François Thépot (1925-2003)
Lot 52 Details
Roger-François Thépot (1925-2003), French/Canadian

ECHEC AU CARRE - BLACK/RED, 1966

Colour silkscreen; signed, dated '66 and numbered 16/50 in pencil to margin
19 x 20.5 in — 48.3 x 52.1 cm

Estimate $200-$300

Realised: $264
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

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Roger-François Thépot (1925-2003)
  • Roger-François Thépot (1925-2003)
  • Roger-François Thépot (1925-2003)
Provenance:

Gallery Moos Ltd., Toronto gallery label verso;
Shiplake Investments Limited collection inscribed to The Twenty First Century Gallery Limited, Toronto gallery label verso;
Corporate Collection, Toronto

Note:

Born in 1925 in Landeleau Finistère, France, Roger-François Thépot was largely self-taught. In 1964, the artist received a grant from the Arts Council of Canada and moved to Toronto. Thépot taught for several years at the Ontario College of Art in Toronto.

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