18 - 19 September 2007
One plate, from Cirque (M. 527; cf. C. books 68)
lithograph in colours, 1967, on wove, from the edition of 250 (there were also 24 signed and numbered copies with wide margins), published by Tériade, Paris, printed close to the edges of the full sheet as published, the colours slightly attenuated, mount and light-staining; together with the justification, signed in pencil, numbered 88
L.,S. 425 x 325 mm.
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