2 April 2008
Degrees (P. 121)
lithograph in black and grey, 1924, on smooth wove paper, signed in pencil, very rare, from the edition of unknown size, probably the full sheet, traces of a French customs stamp at upper right and another on the reverse just showing through, pale time staining, the very tip of the lower left sheet corner missing, otherwise in good condition
L. 480 x 253 mm., S. 602 x 440 mm.
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