18 - 19 September 2007
After Georges Braque
Pichet Noir et Citrons (Maeght 1004)
etching with aquatint in colours, 1952, on Rives, signed in ink, annotated Pour III Visat, an hors commerce impression dedicated to the printer, aside from the edition of two hundred, published by Maeght, Paris, with margins, pale mount staining, time staining and minor soiling at the sheet edges, two very small repaired tears at the lower sheet edge at right, minor soiling on the reverse, framed
P. 376 x 456 mm., S. 495 x 564 mm.
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