15 September 2010
Equinoxe (D. 428)
etching with aquatint and carborundum in colours, 1967, on Mandeure paper, signed in pencil, numbered 22/75, published by Maeght, Paris, the sheet very slightly reduced at the right edge, a tiny nick at the upper right sheet edge, adhesive tape at the upper sheet edge verso with associated pale stains visible recto, otherwise in good condition
S. 1041 x 731 mm.
Collection of Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bérge, Part II, Christie's, Paris, 17-20 November 2009, lot 1021.
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