17 September 2009
Joan Miro (1893-1983)
One plate from: Series III (D. 90)
etching with aquatint and extensive handcolouring in orange, blue, brown, pink and green watercolour, 1952-53, on vellum, signed in black ink, numbered IV/XIII, from the edition of thirteen unique handcoloured impressions on this support, printed from the black state, aside from the edition of fifty on paper printed in colours, published by Editions Maeght, Paris, the full sheet, some pale discolouration and cockling (as usual with vellum), generally in very good condition, framed
P. 230 x 285 mm., S. 525 x 850 mm.
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