29 March 2011
Le Corsage à Carreaux (B. 601; M. 175 bis)
lithograph, 1949, on Arches wove paper, an unsigned proof aside from the signed and numbered edition of fifty, initialled and numbered 5/6 in pencil by the printer Fernand Mourlot on the reverse, the full sheet, with deckle edges above and below, in very good condition, framed
L. 645 x 495 mm., S. 656 x 501 mm.
Succession Pablo Picasso, Marina Picasso, with her stamp verso.
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