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Lot 0135 Details

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  • Artist: Hiroshi Sugimoto
  • Title: North Atlantic Ocean, Cape Breton, 1996
  • Medium: Photo Litho, 2005, Germany
  • Dimensions: 8.45x6.6"

    Heat Wax Mounted on 11x14" Conservation Board

    Hiroshi Sugimoto (1948) is a Japanese photographer and architect. He leads the Tokyo-based architectural firm New Material Research Laboratory. One night in 1980 he asked himself "Can someone today view a scene just as primitive man might have? Although the land is always changing it's form, the sea he thought was immutable. So he began his travels back through time to the ancient seas of the world. This photo is from the resulting "Seascape" Series.

    Reserve: $50.00

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  • Condition
    Very Good, with COA
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    HIROSHI SUGIMOTO - North Atlantic Ocean, Cape Breton

    Estimate $125 - $225Mar 18, 2020
    Starting Price $30
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