A signed pencil sketch of a seated woman by the Swiss-born Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966). Signed Alberto Giacometti on the bottom left.File of material relating to a pencil drawing of a girl by Alberto Giacometti. Includes photocopy of information card with photocopy of image of object (date unspecified). Word ‘loan’ is written on the information card; colour photograph of drawing (date unspecified); three sets of notes (dates unspecified), two of which are from unidentified published sources, comprising biographical details of Giacometti and information about his career; photocopy of extract from ‘Apollo’ (c. May 2001) comprising exhibition review in English by John Finlay entitled ‘Giacometti: ‘Le dessin à l’oeuvre’; printout from website (28 February 2002) comprising image of another Giacometti drawing, ‘Annette in the Studio’; photocopy of extract from ‘Art in America’ (c. January 1997) which comprises review by Carter Radcliff of ‘Looking at Giacometti’ (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1996); photocopy of article from the ‘Antiques Trade Gazette’ (23 January 1999) relating to the sale of Giacometti pieces. Article is entitled ‘Giacomettis sell without foundation’; postcard (c. 1997) with Giacomettis drawing ‘Seated Man’; postcards (dates unspecified) with images from Giacomettis ‘L’Homme qui marche’; postcard (date unspecified) with Giacomettis ‘Femme de Venise.’


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