London, South Kensington
1 July 2009
Paul Cesar Helleu (1859-1927)
Portrait of a lady, possibly Madame Letellier
drypoint in colours, on wove paper, signed in the plate, with wide margins, time staining, discoloration along the upper sheet edge, one short tear in the the lower left sheet edge, minor handling creases, otherwise in generally good condition
P. 540 x 333 mm., S. 720 x 538 mm.
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Please note that this lot is signed in pencil
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