2 April 2008
La Grande Margot (S. 111)
lithograph in colours, 1951, on Arches, signed in ball-point pen, inscribed Epreuve d'artiste, aside from the edition of 75, published by Galerie L. Leiris, Paris, the full sheet, with deckle edges above and below, the colours fresh, pale mount and light-staining, remains of tape at the sheet edges, foxing on the reverse just visible recto, otherwise in good condition
L. 485 x 341 mm., S. 655 x 502 mm.
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