Autograph letter signed francis picabia to a gallerist betting, November 27, 1938, 1 p. In-4 on paper peeling binder holes, tiny tear on the right margin without affecting the text.Picabia declines to exhibit her works in a gallery. I want to write to you so that it doesn't bother your business and exhibitions [because] that it is impossible for me to exhibit at your home as we hoped to do my friend g. Sorel when talking to me about the carpenter gallery thought that you were a painting merchant and that's what prompted me to go to see you I apologize for the inconvenience that it caused you, but believe well that for my part I'm happy to have made your acquaintance I hope you won't want to, and now that I know the way to the gallery it will be a great one for me. Very nice to you francis picabia. At the end of the 30s francis picabia came out of a great diversity in his works: naturalistic, figurative canvases; new superpositions in dominant green tones; landscapes reminiscent of his Impressionist and Fauve period; incursions into geometrical labstraction, and finally a tribute to the war despatches with the powerful painting, "the Spanish revolution" of 1937.
The carpenter's gallery is an old and modern art gallery located in Paris at 76 rue du faubourg-saint-honoré. The item "francis picabia / letter autograph signed / painting / surrealism / exhibition" has been on sale since Friday, May 7, 2021.It is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\others". The seller is "laurent-autographs" and is located at/in versailles.
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