1 - 2 October 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A SET OF TWELVE 'ZODIAC' AUBUSSON WOOL TAPESTRIES,
BY JEAN LURCAT AND EACH SIGNED IN THE WEAVE WITH MAKER'S MONOGRAM, MID-20TH CENTURY,
each with factory label on back with title and signature of the artist; together with leather suitcase with intials 'N.B.'
Each approximately 28 x 38½in. (71.1 x 97.8cm.)
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Lurcat later created a series of lithographs based on these tapestries published in 1959 as a limited edition of 135.
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