London, South Kensington
29 November 2007
La Temperature de la Tete (S. 302)
lithograph in colours, 1972, on Arches, signed in pencil, numbered 35/125, (there were also 20 hors commerce copies numbered in roman numerals), with margins, published by Charles Zalber-Aleda, Paris, soft vertical crease on the right of the sheet, otherwise in good condition
L., S. 565 x 715 mm.; with La Temperature de La Tete (S. 302) lithograph in colours, 1972, on Arches, signed in pencil, numbered 67/120 (Sabatier calls for an edition of 125), there were also 20 hors commerce copies numbered in roman numerals and Le Cube (S. 216), lithograph in colours, 1970, on Arches, signed in pencil, numbered EA I/X, aside from the edition of 110 (Sabatier calls for 25 HCs) (3)
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