7 June 2016
Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972)
Magic Mirror (B. 338)
lithograph, 1946, on wove paper, signed in pencil, numbered no 18/36, with margins, margins timestained, few handling nicks and folds in places, right edge irregularly cut, soft surface dirt in places, remnants of papertape along the upper edge, sheet attached to the mount with two paper hinges at the reverse upper edge, a few soft spots of paper cuffing in the lower margin, a numbered ex libris attached to the reverse, generally in good condition
L. 277 x 444 mm.; S. 438 x 580 mm.
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F. Bool, M.C. Escher: His Life and Complete Graphic Work With a Fully Illustrated Cataloque, Amsterdam, 1981, no. 338, p. 288-289 (illustrated).
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