29 March 2011
FROM A PRIVATE AMERICAN COLLECTION
Jacqueline lisant (B. 851; Mourlot 309)
lithograph, 1958, on Arches wove paper, an unsigned proof of the first state (of three), aside from the edition of fifty (there was also an edition of fifty of the third, final state), one of a small number of artist's proofs, the full sheet, deckle edges above and below, some pale mount staining, otherwise in good condition, framed
L. 556 x 440 mm., S. 660 x 507 mm.
Succession Pablo Picasso, Marina Picasso, with her stamp verso.
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