18 - 19 September 2007
Camille Pissarro (1831-1903)
Femmes portant du Foin sur une Civière (D. 134)
lithograph, circa 1874, on thin wove, a rare impression of this subject (Delteil records only four impressions, including one in the New York Public Library), with margins, narrow margins below, pale time and mount staining towards the sheet edges, the upper right sheet corner re-attached, a small paper loss at the upper right sheet edge, a repaired 11 mm. tear at the upper left sheet edge, otherwise in good condition
L. 215 x 292 mm., S. 225 x 352 mm.
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