30 - 31 October 2007
Man with Megaphone; and Man with Megaphone Cluster
two etching and aquatints in black with blue pastel additions, 1998, on Fabriano, both signed in pencil, both numbered 48/70, co-published by Kunstverein, Munich and the artist, both with full margins, both with creasing at the upper left margin corners, Man with Megaphone with a small area of stray printing ink in the lower left margin and a crescent shaped crease at the center of the upper margin, otherwise both in very good condition
both P. 9¾ x 15 in. (248 x 381 mm.)
both S. 13 7/8 x 19½ in. (352 x 495 mm.) (2)
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