Matthias Oberli, an art historian at the Swiss Institute for Art Research in Zurich who is working on the complete catalogue of the artist's works, says the painting is one of four on the same subject produced by the artist, and that it is considered the finest of the four.
What does SIAR stand for?
SIAR stands for Swiss Institute for Art Research (Zurich, Switzerland)
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- Substantive Intelligence Analysis & Production Subsystem
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- Sids Initial Assessment Report
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- Step-In Assistant Referee (soccer)
- Stockholm International Arbitration Review (Juris Publishing)
- Sociedad de Investigacion del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia (Spanish: Bolivian Rock Art Research Society; La Paz, Bolivia)
- SAS and Intel Advanced Research Center (Cary, NC)
- Silicon-Containing Anti-Reflective Coating Layer
- Sudan Inter-Agency Reference Group
- Self-Injury and Related Issues (UK)
- Sistema Informativo Agricolo Regione Lombardia (Italian: Agricultural Information System for the Lombardia Region)
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- Solomon Islands Association of Rural Training Centres
- Say It Ain't So
- Scandinavian Institute of African Studies
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The exhibition was organized by the Swiss Institute for Art Research, in cooperation with the Swiss Cultural foundation Pro Helvetia, and the Trust for Museum Exhibitions, Washington, D.
The Swiss series, which began with the Museum of Art and History in Geneva, is produced in collaboration with the Swiss Institute for Art Research in Zurich, which edits the material prepared by experts at the museums.