25 March 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 325
GBP 300 - GBP 500
Dame Elisabeth Frink, R.A. (1930-1993)
The Reeve's Tale, from The Canterbury Tales I, Leslie Waddington Prints Ltd, London, 1972 (Wiseman 30a)
etching and aquatint, 1970, on wove paper, signed and titled in pencil, numbered 10/70 (there were also 10 proofs), with margins, published by Leslie Waddington Prints Ltd, London, framed
P. 270 x 311 mm., S. 403 x 591 mm.
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with Waddington Galleries, London, where purchased by Olga Davenport, 9 March 1971.
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