20 - 21 September 2006
White Fog Sound of a Mandarin (Krombholz & Schnake 106)
woodcut in colours, 1992, on Japon, signed, inscribed with the work number, and dated in brown ink, numbered 160/200 (there were also three specimen proofs), published by Museums Betriebs Gesellschaft, with wide margins, a deckle edge at left, a 4 mm. diagonal right-left crease at the right sheet edge (not touching the subject), apparently in good condition, not examined out of the frame
B. 500 x 383 mm., S. 571 x 419 mm.
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