30 - 31 October 2007
DUPLICATES FROM THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
L'Arpenteur, from Les phénomènes, Paris, Fequet et Baudier, 1960 (W. 655-64)
the complete set of ten lithographs in colors, title page and justification, on Arches, signed in pencil on the justification, copy VIII of XX (there were also three lettered A-C), the full sheets, loose (as issued), all with minor surface soiling and and the palest offset and time staining, with pinholes in the central upper and lower margins, (W. 657) with scattered foxing in the lower margin, otherwise generally in good condition, original brown cloth-covered clamshell box with the printed paper title on the cover (minor fading and wear). 641 x 483 mm.
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