28 March 2007
Emmaus (S. H 205)
woodcut, 1918, on thin Japon, signed in pencil, inscribed with the artist's work number 183, a good impression, one of only a small number on this paper (the total edition was approximately 25), probably the full sheet, with deckle edges at left and below, the paper creased at the upper edges due to hinging, some pencil inscriptions at the lower sheet edge recto and verso, otherwise in good condition
B. 292 x 358 mm., S. 355 x 470 mm.
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