20 - 21 September 2006
After René Magritte (1898-1967)
Le Prêtre Marie, plate I from Signe de Survie au Temps d'Amour (Kaplan & Baum 13)
etching with aquatint in colours, 1968, on Japon nacré, with the stamped signature, numbered 124/150 (there was also an edition of the same size on wove paper, a small number of artist's proofs, and a total of fifty hors commerce copies), published by G. Visat, Paris, 1968, with the Atelier Magritte blindstamp, with wide margins, deckle edges at right and below, in very good condition
P. 95 x 140 mm., S. 275 x 220 mm.
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