30 October 2007
Margot Wearing a Bonnet (No. 4)(B. 182)
drypoint, circa 1902, on laid paper, a fine impression with delicate lines and strong burr, Breeskin's second (final) state, with full margins (deckle along three sides), minor surface soiling, a few foxmarks (some affecting the image), pinholes in lower left and right margins, the palest time staining, a small loss at the extreme upper left margin corner, hinge and glue remains at the reverse of the upper margin corners, staining on the reverse, otherwise in good condition
P. 7¾ x 5 7/8 in. (197 x 149 mm.)
S. 12 x 8¾ in. (305 x 222 mm.)
Roger Marx (L. 2229)
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. 182.
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