28 March 2007
Notre-Dame en Gris (Mourlot 113)
lithograph in grey, black and white, 1955, on grey Canson paper, signed in black ink, numbered 4/75 (apparently the edition of 75 was never completed and Mourlot in his errata, vol. II, p. 15, calls for thirty impressions only), with margins, some pale light-staining, otherwise in good condition, framed
B. 680 x 530 mm., S. 740 x 590 mm.
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