28 March 2007
La Charrue (D. 194)
lithograph in yellow, blue and orange, 1901, on smooth wove, third, final state, with the printed signature, from the edition of unknown size printed as the frontispiece for Les Temps Nouveaux, with wide margins, some pale time staining at the sheet edges, minor soiling in the left margin, occasional soft handling creases in the margins, otherwise in good condition
L. 214 x 150 mm., S. 372 x 280 mm.
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