London, South Kensington
25 October 2007
Jeux de Pages (B. 685; M. 199)
lithograph, 1951, on Arches, aside from the signed edition of 50 (Mourlot calls for 5 proofs), with margins, a deckle-edge at left and right, pale time-staining, soft creasing towards the sheet corners, a pencil inscription in the right margin and a pen inscription on the reverse, otherwise in good condition
320 x 425 mm., S. 376 x 564 mm.
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