26 September 2006
Miguel Covarrubias (MEXICAN, 1904-1957)
Rice granary, Bali
lithograph, on wove paper, signed in pencil, reverse upper edges laid down to the passepartout with two strips of papertape, framed and glazed, otherwise in our opinion in very good condition
330 x 260 mm.
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