29 March 2006
Atelier au Chevalet (L. 72)
etching, 1965, on wove, inscribed Epreuve d'artiste, an artist's proof aside from the edition of 125, published by the Schweizerische Graphische Gesellschaft, Zurich, with wide margins, a deckle edge at the right, pale mount staining, occasional pinpoint foxing (also showing verso), otherwise in good condition, framed
P. 413 x 312 mm., S. 563 x 449 mm.
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The artist authorised the printing, but did not live to sign the edition of the prints.
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