Lot 141: Milton Avery American, 1885-1965 Approaching Storm, 1938 Signed Milton Avery (lr), signed Milton Avery...

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Description: Milton Avery
American, 1885-1965
Approaching Storm, 1938
Signed Milton Avery (lr), signed Milton Avery, dated 1938, numbered B7395 and inscribed as titled on the reverse
Watercolor on paper
22 1/4 x 30 3/4 inches (56.51 x 78.1 cm)

Provenance:
Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York
Waddington Fine Art, Ltd., London
Exhibited:
The Gaspe by Milton Avery: Paintings and Watercolors, Mar. 4 - 27, 1982, Theo Waddington Inc., Montreal
Milton Avery: Paintings of Canada, Feb. 1986 - Mar. 1987, The Agnes Etherton Art Centre, Queens University, Ontario, traveled to: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Jul. 17- Aug. 24, 1986; Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Sep. 12 - Oct. 26, 1986; Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, Nov. 30, 1986 - Jan 11, 1987; Concordia Art Gallery, Montréal, Feb. 4 - Mar. 11, 1987
Milton Avery: Paintings and Watercolours, Waddington Galleries, London, May 22 - Jun. 15, 1996
Literature:
Milton Avery: Paintings and Watercolours, Waddington Galleries, London, May 22 - Jun. 15, 1996, Catalogue no. 20, listed p. 33; color illus p. 26.

We thank the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation for confirming the authenticity of this work, which has been assigned identification number A 23716.

Condition Report: Minor toning along the edges of the sheet.


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