18 - 19 September 2007
The Morning of Life (L. 10)
etching, circa 1860, a touched proof of the sixth state (of seven), with additional work to the group of sheep washers and the far river bank and elsewhere in pencil, pen and ink, titled in pencil, signed and inscribed Touched Proof, on wove paper with wide margins, occasional pale foxing and mount staining, taped to the mount on the reverse at the upper sheet edge, generally in good condition, framed
P. 145 x 210 mm.
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