31 March 2010
Israhel van Meckenem
Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata (B. 97; G. 279; L., Holl. 337)
engraving, circa 1490, without watermark, third, final state of this very rare print, with some touches of pen and ink, trimmed to or just inside the platemark, retaining a fillet of blank paper on all sides, in excellent condition
S. 169 x 118 mm.
Two stamps verso, overlapping and unidentified.
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