20 November 2012
Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972)
Day and Night
woodcut, printed in grey and black, 1938, on Japan, with margins, signed in pencil, inscribed eigen druk, the sheet edges laid down onto the mount with plastic tape, the tape discoloured, one minor paper damage in lower right margin, otherwise generally in very good condition
392 x 677 mm.
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Christiaan van Rechteren
F.H. Bool (a.o.), Leven en werk van M.C. Escher, Amsterdam, 1981, no. 303, p. 273 (another print illustrated).
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