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OSWALDO VIGAS (1926-2014)

 
OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in. OSWALDO VIGAS - Formas Tensionales - oil, cardboard on masonite - 42 x 31 in.
Formas Tensionales195642 x 31 in. oil, cardboard on masonite
Provenance
Odalys Gallery, Caracas, Venezuela
Private Collection, Boca Raton, Florida

100,000

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