28 March 2007
Mannequin Parade in Bahia (M. 628)
lithograph in colours, 1969, on wove, signed in pencil, numbered 22/75, published by Maeght, Paris, with margins, a small (35 mm.) stain at the lower edge of the subject, a small crease in the lower margin, the margins overlaid with white chalk (with traces at the edges of the image), a blue stain and discolouration on the reverse, taped to the mount at places along the sheet edges verso, framed
L. 1195 x 797 mm., S. 1248 x 858 mm.
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