1 October 2008
Paysage au Coq (M. 208; cf. C. books 36)
lithograph in colours, 1958, on Arches, signed in pencil, bearing the inscription HC, aside from the numbered edition of one hundred published by Maeght, Paris, the full sheet, a deckle edge at left and right, mount and light-staining, tiny scattered foxmarks in the right margin close to the sheet edge, two pinholes in the left and right margins respectively, generally in good condition, framed
L. 560 x 390 mm., S. 487 x 660 mm.
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