1 May 2007
HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
Mademoiselle Marcelle Lender, en buste (D. 102; W. 99; Adr. 115)
lithograph in colors, 1895, on wove paper, the colors fresh and bright, Wittrock's fourth state (final) state, from the Pan edition of 1,211 with letterpress text (there was also a French edition of 100 without text), printed by Ancourt, with full margins (the left slightly trimmed), the palest light-staining, five minor losses to the left margin edge (a result of removal from the original binding), a minor crease at upper left, otherwise in very good condition, framed
L. 13 x 9¾ in. (329 x 246 mm.)
S. 14½ x 11 in. (368 x 279 mm.)
Sotheby's, New York, November 1996, sale 6908, lot 608.
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