28 March 2007
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Le Photographe-Amateur (Adr. 102; W. 86)
lithograph, 1895, on wove, printed on both sides, signed in pencil and numbered 3 in blue pencil at the lower left, from the un-folded deluxe edition of twenty, published by La Revue Blanche and sold separately as one of the publications artistiques for 10 francs, extremely rare (Wittrock records only one impression, in the Gerstenberg collection), occasional unobtrusive soft creasing, otherwise in very good condition
S. 380 x 563 mm.
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