London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
Squelette d'oiseau (S. 48)
drypoint with plate tone, 1964, on cream Arches, signed, inscribed E.A. and dedicated Pour Sarine et Sauveur in pencil, with full margins, overall time-staining, pale scattered foxing mainly in the margins, some other minor blemishes
P. 640 x 490mm., S. 755 x 565mm.; and Le Coquillage, drypoint, on cream Arches, signed, inscribed I'etat and dedicated Pour Sarine et Sauveur in pencil, trimmed within the platemark
S. 500 x 450mm.
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