24 September 2003
PROPERTY FROM THE SEAGRAM COLLECTION
This lot is offered without a reserve
Composition; and Coursier I (G. & P. E660; and App. 101)
one etching and aquatint in colors and one lithograph in colors, 1928 and 1958 respectively, both on Arches, signed in pencil, numbered 166/200 and 36/120 respectively (G. & P. call for the edition of 220 for [G. & P. App. 101]), both with full margins, pale mat staining, minor surface soiling in the margins, (G. & P. E660) with pale light- and time staining, areas of pale moisture staining at the lower margin edge, old glue remains in two places at the reverse of the upper margin edge, (G. & P. App. 101) with old glue remains along the reverse of the upper margin edge, the palest foxing showing mostly in the margins, otherwise both in good condition, both framed
various sizes (2)
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