2 April 2008
Le Peintre devant le Village (M. 604)
lithograph in colours, 1969, on Arches, signed and inscribed Épreuvre d'artiste in pencil, numbered VII/XXV, aside from the published edition of fifty, with wide margins, a deckle edge at right, the colours fresh, mount staining, pale light-staining, hinged to the mount at places along three sheet edges verso, framed
L. 392 x 290 mm., S. 605 x 480 mm.
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