London, South Kensington
9 April 2009
Joseph Webb (1908-1962)
A Master's House (Guichard 24)
etching and drypoint in brown-black, 1930, third state (of three), on wove paper, signed in pencil, from the edition of 50, with full margins, indistinct collector's stamp in the lower right corner, one soft fold in the upper right corner, remains of old tape-tabs in the upper corners on the reverse, minor marginal handling creases, otherwise in excellent overall condition
P. 175 x 347 mm., S. 255 x 440 mm.
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