29 June 2005
Kandinsky (F. 6; H. 5)
linocut in eight colours and black, 1906, one of only six known impressions printed in different colour variations (there is also one impression printed in black only), on very soft machine-made laid paper, with margins, with the monogram printing very clearly, some colours possibly a little attenuated, a few unobtrusive foxmarks, the paper slightly rubbed in places, stuck to a backboard at the upper corners, generally in good condition
B. 244 x 178 mm., S. 265 x 190 mm.
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