28 March 2007
Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964)
Natura Morta (Vitali 100)
etching, 1933, on beige laid paper with an Armorial Cross watermark, fourth state (of five), signed in pencil, numbered 2/21 (there were also a few proofs), with wide margins, some pale staining mostly in the upper and left margins, with a pencil number in the lower margin, the stamp of Sindagato Nazionale and a small old label on the reverse, generally in good condition, framed
P. 237 x 242 mm., S. 321 x 367 mm.
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