28 March 2007
Circé, from L' Odyssée I (M. 780; cf. C. books 96)
lithograph in colours, 1974-75, a rare proof without the central fold, aside from the total book edition of 270 (there was also a separate edition of thirty on Japon Nacré), published by F. Mourlot, Paris, with wide margins, a deckle edge below, the red slightly attenuated, minor creasing at the lower sheet edge, pale discolouration at the upper sheet edge, skinning due to the removal of old hinges along the upper and lower sheet edges verso, generally in good condition
L. 429 x 654 mm., S. 540 x 700 mm.
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