29 March 2011
One plate, from: La Bague d'Aurore (D. 143; cf. C. books 45)
aquatint printed in black only with extensive handcolouring in crayon, 1957, on wove paper, signed in pencil, numbered VII/XII, aside from the edition of sixty printed in colours (there were also 17 on Japon nacré and ten artist's proofs), published by L. Broder, Paris, with wide margins, a deckle edge at the left, mount staining, otherwise in good condition, framed
P. 115 x 140 mm., S. 380 x 280 mm.
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