Mario Murua (Chilean, b.1952) Mixed Media Works on Paper

Lot 161

    

Mario Murua (Chilean, b.1952) Mixed Media Works on Paper

(5) paintings by Mario Murua, most dated 1987, signed lower left or right, all abstract compositions, all housed in wood frames under glass; together with Heriberto Cogollo (Columbian, b.1945) lithograph, 1984, signed lower right, #2/100, depicting a figure standing on one leg backwards atop a horse, framed under glass; and a lithograph after Hononore Daumier "Gare la culbulte (Careful of falling)" depicting a soldier atop four horses, in a black frame
dimensions:  Height 22 inches, Width 29 3/4 inches (sight / largest), frame size: 25 3/4 inches by 33 inches
condition*:  Very Good to Good, light dirt accumulation to all; yellowing to Daumier print; Daumier print missing glass; mat having chip with loss at lower right, frames having nicks, scratches and scuffs; not examined out of the frames
estimate:  $300-500
hammer price:  $275

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