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Oldenburg: An Anthology

Tricia Beanum, Private Collection

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Oldenburg: An Anthology
Oldenburg: An Anthology
Oldenburg: An Anthology

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Contemporary; 1990s
Very Good; very little wear on edges
9" L x 2" W x 12" H

Why We Love This

Claes Oldenburg by Germano Celant, et al. New York: National Gallery of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1995. Quarto. 575 pp. Softcover. In very good condition with minimal edge wear to extremities, no marks. Full of color photographs of Oldenburg's art. Claes Oldenburg, one of America's most influential artists. His subject matter is the everyday objects of food, clothing, and mechanical devices, which he reincarnates in provocative sculpture, drawings, and performances.
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About Tricia Beanum, Private Collection

Tricia Beanum, of the Estate Sale Company of Los Angeles, is best known for designing spaces with pieces collected from estate sales, flea markets and salvage yards. She seeks only the finest eclectic vintage and modern pieces, antiques and collectibles. She deals in textiles, lamps, chairs, pillows, furniture, lighting, books, rugs and one-of-a-kind paintings, Tricia is opening her private collection to the public.