31 March 2010
Nu sur Chaise de Repos sur Fond moucharabieh (D.-M. 426)
lithograph, 1922, on Chine, signed in black ink and inscribed épr. d'artiste, numbered 6/10, an artist's proof aside from the edition of fifty, dedicated in pencil à W. Pach Cordl= HM., inscribed by Walter Pach in black ink 50a for Nikifora W.P. in the lower margin, the full sheet, with a faint pencil line around the subject, a small paper loss at the tip of the lower right sheet corner, a short hard crease across the lower left corner, the top corners with remains of red sealing wax verso, with slight associated cockling of the sheet recto, otherwise in good condition
L. 492 x 400 mm., S. 610 x 475 mm.
Given by the artist to Walter Pach (1883-1958), New York. Then by descent to the present owners.
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