21 September 2016
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901)
the set of three lithographs, 1896, on wove paper, W. 151 with the artist's red signature stamp, from the edition of one hundred, published by Kleinmann, Paris, with his blindstamp on two plates, the full sheets, light- and time-staining, the upper left corner of W. 151 made-up; with Etude de Femme (W. 11), lithograph, 1893, from the First song sheet edition, with text, folded (as published); and Carnot malade! (W. 12), lithograph in olive-green, 1893, one of four hundred impressions from the posthumous Floury edition, 1927
Image and Sheet 458 x 630 mm. (and smaller)
Maurice Joyant, Paris (1864-1930); then by descent.
Acquired from the above by the present owners.
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Delteil 191-193, 24, 25; Adhémar 192-194, 26, 24; Wittrock 149-151, 11, 12; Adriani 168-170 ,33, 34
Please note the provenance for this lot is: Maurice Joyant, Paris (1864-1930); then by descent.Acquired from the above by the present owners.
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