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About This Lot

Please be advised that the physical artwork is expected to ship in January 2022.

The paraboloid extends through into his history; a conic section cut, twisted, dissected, applied mechanically to a shade, the paraboloid is “peerless”—its cyclic motion transfixed him. When Desmond Paul Henry (United Kingdom, 1921-2004) constructed drawing machines, in 1960, ‘63, and ‘67, he gazed at the paraboloid,...

This work appears to be in very good condition overall.

Acquired directly from the artist's studio by the present owner

Ships From: Zurich, Switerland Shipping Dimensions: 25 x 25 cm.

About This Lot

Please be advised that the physical artwork is expected to ship in January 2022.

The paraboloid extends through into his history; a conic section cut, twisted, dissected, applied mechanically to a shade, the paraboloid is “peerless”—its cyclic motion transfixed him. When Desmond Paul Henry (United Kingdom, 1921-2004) constructed drawing machines, in 1960, ‘63, and ‘67, he gazed at the paraboloid,...

This work appears to be in very good condition overall.

Acquired directly from the artist's studio by the present owner

Ships From: Zurich, Switerland Shipping Dimensions: 25 x 25 cm.