London, South Kensington
5 December 2012
From the Collection of the Late Professor John Golding
Jim Dine (b. 1935)
Girl and her dog I (Krens 36)
etching in red and black, 1971, on J. Green mould made paper, one of 15 artist's proof, signed, dated and dedicated 'for John with friendship, Jim. London 1971' in pencil, aside from the published edition of 75, published by Petersburg Press, London, full margins with deckle edges, time-staining overall, soiling in lower left corner of the sheet, otherwise in good condition.
P. 689 x 545 mm., S. 885 x 710 mm.
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