London, South Kensington
29 November 2007
Stanley William Hayter
J.M.G. le Clézio, Parkinson, A.P.I.A.W., Liège, 1966 (B&M. 300)
etching, soft-ground etching and engraving in colours, 1966, on Barcham Green, with text, the etching signed and dated in pencil, numbered 29/50 (there were also 20 hors commerce copies), with full margins, pale discoloration at the extreme right sheet edge, a soft crease at the lower right sheet corner, otherwise in good condition, loose in a paper folder with title to the front(text and print)P. 276 x 197 mm., S. 350 x 270 mm.
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