29 March 2006
Paper Pools (T. 234)
the book comprising one lithograph in colours, 1980, with title, text and justification, signed by the artist on the justification in red ink, stamp numbered 106, from the edition of one thousand, published by Thames & Hudson, London and New York, the lithograph Pool made with Paper and blue Ink for Book (T. 234) on wove, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 106/1000, printed close to the edges of the full sheet, in very good condition, loose, the book in the original blue canvas binding, both within the original card slipcase(book)
L., S. 266 x 229 mm.
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