London, South Kensington
29 October 2009
Lutte entre Térée et sa Belle Soeur Philomèle, from Metamorphoses d'Ovide (Bloch 110)
etching printed in black with bistre remarque, 1930, on Arches paper, with partial watermark MBM and J. Perrigot, probably a proof aside from the total edition of 145, published by A. Skira, Paris, with margins, a deckle edge at the lower margin, a few stains to the lower left corner, some scattered foxmarks and faint time staining, otherwise in generally good condition
P. 310 x 255 mm., S. 323 x 254 mm.
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