1 May 2007
HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
La Gitane (D. 368; W. P30; Adr. 355)
lithograph in colors, 1899, on wove paper, Wittrock's only state, a very rare impression of the artist's last poster, the colors vibrant, printed by Eugène Verneau, the full sheet (printed to one side), with a central vertical and three horizontal folds (touched-in areas), minor splits mostly associated with the folds (most touched-in), a few flattened creases or backed tears, the lower right corner partially re-attached, thinning at the upper right margin corner and in places along the edges, otherwise in good condition, laid down to canvas, framed
S. 38¼ x 25 9/16 in. (971 x 649 mm.)
Sotheby's, New York, May 12, 1994, sale 6560, lot 719.
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Roslyn Harbor, New York, Nassau County Museum of Art, La Belle Époque & Toulouse-Lautrec, June 8 - September 7, 2003.
Commissioned by Théâtre Antoine.
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