29 June 2005
Fernando Botero (B. 1932)
Mario Vargas Llosa, Botero: Dessins et Aquarelles, Editions de la Différence, Paris, 1984
the complete set of two signed offset lithographs in colors, 1984, on wove paper, and the bound book (but lacking the signed justification page), each signed in pencil, numbered XXIX/L (there was also a separate edition of 150), both with full margins, one with remains of old glue at the upper sheet edge and a short pressure mark in the left margin just touching the image, within the original brown cloth-covered portfolio with a black printed design on front and the title on spine, a few scuffs to the cover, otherwise in very good condition (portfolio)
overall 610 x 505 mm.
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