30 October 2007
Edward Schari (B. 94)
drypoint, circa 1889, on Britannia Lifeline, Breeskin's only state, initialed 'M.C.' in pencil, with full margins, rippling throughout, the R. Hartshorne inkstamp at the reverse of the lower left image corner (showing through), occasional foxing, some printing and soft handling creases, staining at the upper margin corners, two pinholes in the lower right and left corners, otherwise in good condition
P. 14 3/8 x 10¼ in. (365 x 260 mm.)
S. 16 5/8 x 12 1/8 in. (422 x 308 mm.)
Robert Hartshorne, New Jersey (L. 2215b)
By descent to the present owner.
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A.D. Breeskin, The Graphic Work of Mary Cassatt, New York, 1979, cat. 94.
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