8 April 2009
Paris (Nature morte sur une Table) (V. 3)
drypoint, 1910-11, on cream wove paper, signed in pencil, numbered 28/30, printed by G. Visat and published by Maeght, Paris, 1954 (only a few proofs were printed in 1910-11), the full sheet, deckle edges at left and right, mount and light-staining, occasional foxmarks mostly in the right margin, framed
P. 199 x 277 mm., S. 375 x 570 mm.
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