London, South Kensington
1 July 2009
Rockwell Kent (1982-1971)
Night watch (Burne-Jones 34)
woodcut, 1929, on wove paper, signed in pencil, with full margins, laid to the mount at sheet edges, one tear to the upper margin, three short tears and handling creases to the lower sheet edge, creases in the left margin, one small fox mark in the lower right margin, a small surface abrasion to the upper edge
B. 200 x 138 mm., S. 360 x 274 mm.
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