London, South Kensington
28 February 2008
Stanley William Hayter
Georges Hugnet, L'apocalypse, Paris, 1937 (B&M. 105)
engraving, on Montval laid paper, with title, text and justification, the front fly-leaf dedicated 'á Yves Tanguy, dont l'amitié est précieuse comme l'oiseau-lyre de tout coeur - Georges Hugnet, 1938' the justification signed in red pencil, copy number 30, from the edition of 70, with full margins, a vertical fold crease to the centre of the engraving as published, in good condition, bound in paper wrappers, with the original dust wrapper(booklet)Engraving: P. 90 x 153mm., S. 150 x 190mm.
Booklet: 165 x 110mm.
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