London, South Kensington
1 July 2009
Henry Moore (1898-1986)
Thirteen Standing Figures from 'Heads, Figures and Ideas' (Cramer 41)
lithograph in colours, 1958, on handmade paper, signed and dated in blue ink, one of a few unnumbered artist's proofs (the total edition size was 150), inscribed 'For John & Desmond' lower left, published by George Rainbird Ltd, London and The New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, with full margins, three horizontal creases just inside the right image, two creases in the lower margin, one pale stain in the left margin, remains of adhesive tape with attendant staining on the sheet edges of the reverse, otherwise in generally good condition, framed
L. 305 x 250 mm., S. 463 x 314 mm.
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