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YVES KLEIN for LALIQUE, Pop Art crystal monochrome IKB Blue sculpture " La Victoire de Samothrace 62 " 2011 - Pignolet Gallery

YVES KLEIN for LALIQUE, Pop Art crystal monochrome IKB Blue sculpture " La Victoire de Samothrace 62 " 2011


"Victoire de Samothrace" blue monochrome sculpture by Yves Klein by Lalique France in 2011, original exemplary numbered 39/83.
A monument to New Realism linked to Pop Art, this sculpture is made in blue crystal using the lost wax technique and is presented on its bronze base.
Monogrammed YK 62 + inscription "(R) Lalique France 39/83".
Dimensions: 49.5 x 22 x 24.5 cm.

All original and in perfect condition.
Provenance: Belgian collector.
Supplied with the purchase invoice of the current owner.
Supplied with its photo certificate from Rotraut Klein-Moquay (Yves Klein Archives) and Silvio Denz (CEO of Lalique SA).
Supplied with its Lalique transport case (custom-made flight case on wheels).

A few last items of this exceptional edition are still available from Lalique France at a price of €150,000 (visible on the web).

  • Artist / Designer:Yves Klein (1928 - 1962).
  • Signature / Monogram:Signed "YK 62 + (R) Lalique France 39/83".
  • Issuer / Manufacturer:Lalique France.
  • Mark / Label:Yes.
  • Period:20th Century / 1962 / 2011.
  • Country of Origin:France.
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):49,5 x 24,5 x 22 cm.
  • Weight:9,8 Kg.
  • Condition:Excellent.
  • Style:New Realism / Pop Art.
  • Materials:Crystal / Bronze.
  • Price:On request

  • Pick-up:Free.
  • Insured Worldwide Delivery:On Request

In 1962, Yves Klein acquired casts of this emblematic sculpture of Greek antiquity and, using the blue developer IKB , revealed the effervescent sensitivity of its flesh...

Lalique is a French luxury goods company founded by master glassmaker and French jewellery designer René Lalique in 1888. It manufactures and distributes items (vases, sculptures, bottles, etc.) in a variety of fields: decorative objects, interior design, jewellery, perfumes and works of art.

Lalique is famous for its iconic vases, handcrafted in the Wingen-sur-Moder factory (Alsace, France), opened by René Lalique in 1921.

Over the years and to this day, Lalique collaborates with a number of luxury brands or artists and designers to create unique pieces or limited editions, such as the world-famous architect Zaha Hadid, Bentley Motors, The Macallan whisky, Hardy cognac, Caran d'Ache, Tom Ford, Nina Ricci, THG, and others.

The pieces are sought after by collectors and can fetch record prices. On 18 January 2014, The Macallan, a 6-litre bottle of whisky made by Lalique was sold by Sotheby's Hong Kong in an auction for the record price of US$ 628,000.