20 March 2013
Le Porteur de Féï (G. 64; M., K. & J. 46II)
woodcut, 1898-1899, on tissue-thin laid Japan paper, a very good impression of this rare print, second, final state, initialed and numbered 3 in black ink, from the edition of no more than forty impressions printed by the artist, with irregular margins, some minor staining in the left margin extending slightly into the subject, small paper losses and remains of glacine hinges at the sheet corners, otherwise in very good condition
B. 162 x 287 mm., S. 228 x 304 mm.
G. D. de Monfreid (1856-1929).
H. M. Petiet (b. 1894), Paris (cf. L. 2021a).
(This impression cited in M.K. & J.).
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