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Chryssa, neon sculpture, 1972

Lot 2105 Details

Description
Chryssa, neon sculpture, 1972, Chryssa Vardea (Greek-American, 1933-2013), "A Valentine for Litsa", red pigment on canvas with neon form in acrylic shadow box, signed, titled and dated lower edge, partial paper information label verso, 19"h x 19"w x 6"d

Provenance: The Collection of Litsa Tsitsera, New York; Gift of the artist

Notes/Literature: Born in North Carolina, but of Greek descent, Litsa Tsitsera was a female pioneer in electrical engineering, starting her professional career in 1960s NYC working for the global electrochemical giant Vittorio de Nora. In addition to her professional life she was an avid supporter of the visual arts, building an impressive wide-ranging collection, and becoming patron to numerous living artists, particularly those of Greek descent, including Theodors Stamos, Chryssa, Michael Lekakis, Frank Minei, Ed Meneely, and Richards Ruben.
Condition
A condition report for this item is available upon request. Please note that the absence of a condition report does not imply that the item has no condition issues. Millea Bros. strongly recommends that you request and review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Please email info@milleabros.com to request a report. **Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports.
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Chryssa, neon sculpture, 1972

Estimate $3,000 - $5,000
May 20
Starting Price $1,500
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2105: Chryssa, neon sculpture, 1972

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Est. $3,000 - $5,000Starting Price $1,500
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Lot 2105 Details

Description
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Chryssa, neon sculpture, 1972, Chryssa Vardea (Greek-American, 1933-2013), "A Valentine for Litsa", red pigment on canvas with neon form in acrylic shadow box, signed, titled and dated lower edge, partial paper information label verso, 19"h x 19"w x 6"d

Provenance: The Collection of Litsa Tsitsera, New York; Gift of the artist

Notes/Literature: Born in North Carolina, but of Greek descent, Litsa Tsitsera was a female pioneer in electrical engineering, starting her professional career in 1960s NYC working for the global electrochemical giant Vittorio de Nora. In addition to her professional life she was an avid supporter of the visual arts, building an impressive wide-ranging collection, and becoming patron to numerous living artists, particularly those of Greek descent, including Theodors Stamos, Chryssa, Michael Lekakis, Frank Minei, Ed Meneely, and Richards Ruben.
Condition
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A condition report for this item is available upon request. Please note that the absence of a condition report does not imply that the item has no condition issues. Millea Bros. strongly recommends that you request and review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Please email info@milleabros.com to request a report. **Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports.

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