28 March 2007
After Joan Miró
Femme, Lune, Etoile (Mourlot 1726)
lithograph in colours, 1963, on Rives, signed in pencil, inscribed HC, an hors commerce impression aside from the edition of three hundred, published by Maeght, Paris, with wide margins, a deckle edge at right, some scattered foxing in the lower margin, pale discolouration and soft creasing in the margins, otherwise generally in good condition
L. 496 x 626 mm., S. 650 x 835 mm.
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