19 March 2014
James Ensor (1860-1949)
Pêcheur d'Ostende (Ostend Fisherman) (D., Cr., T. 118; E. 123)
drypoint and etching, 1900, on simili-Japan paper, second, final state, signed in pencil, countersigned (and titled?) in pencil verso, old brown paper tape along the sheet edges verso, partially obscuring an inscription (possibly the title), otherwise in good condition
P. 142 x 100 mm., S. 232 x 154 mm.
Mira Jacob Wolfovska (1912-2004), Paris, with her blindstamp (not in Lugt).
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Bateau Lavoir, Paris, 1978, no. 118.
Strasbourg/Basel, 1995-96, no. 141.
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