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Lot 48 - February 2020

Witcomb, Phillip Contemporary British AR, Courtyard to the Rectory of the Parish Church of San Andres, Mallorca | Grand Auctions
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Lot 48
Witcomb, Phillip Contemporary British AR, Courtyard to the Rectory of the Parish Church of San Andres, Mallorca

Auction: February 2020

3.75 x 19.75 ins., (60 x 50 cms.), Oil on Canvas. Signed verso by Philip Witcomb and Roberto Sandoyo Escobar. Also a message A special painting for a special friend. Escobar was his birth name, which was changed to Phillip Witcomb very early in his life. I Witcomb, Phillip Contemporary British AR, Courtyard to the Rectory of the Parish Church of San Andres, Mallorca.23.75 x 19.75 ins., (60 x 50 cms.), Oil on Canvas. Signed verso by Philip Witcomb and Roberto Sandoyo Escobar. Also a message A special painting for a special friend. Escobar was his birth name, which was changed to Phillip Witcomb very early in his life. It is very seldom indeed that he signed in both his names. Please see our blog about the amazing life of Phillip Witcomb (Roberto Escobar). it is absolutely extraordinary tracing his background and escape from Colombia, his birth father being the king of cocaine with enough power and resources even to murder presidential candidates, apart from the billions he accrued from his dominance of the cocaine trade.

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

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