3 December 2002
Polyphème (D. 450)
engraving with aquatint, carborundum and embossing in colours, 1968, on wove paper, signed in pencil, numbered 16/75 (there were also a few hors commerce impressions), published by Maeght, Paris, with margins, some pale discoloration, a small tear in the lower of the subject, a further small tear and nick at the right sheet edge, a few creases in the margins and one or two minor surface abrasion in the lower margin
P. 935 x 645mm., S. 1035 x 750mm.
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