28 March 2007
After René Magritte
Le Fils de l'Homme (not in K. & B.)
lithograph in colours, 1973, on wove, inscribed in pencil by the artist's widow lithographie d'après l'oeuvre originale de mon marie René Magritte "Le Fils de l'Homme", Georgette Magritte, further inscribed E.A., an artist's proof aside from the edition of 150, printed by F. Mourlot, Paris, with his blindstamp, with wide margins, a deckle edge below, pale time and mount staining in the margins, a short crease at the lower right sheet edge, pale discolouration on the reverse, otherwise in good condition
L. 776 x 595 mm., S. 892 x 665 mm.
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