28 March 2007
Centaure et Bacchante avec un Faune (B. 417; M. 63)
lithograph, 1947, on Arches, a proof before the edition of fifty (Mourlot calls for five artist's proofs), inscribed by F. Mourlot in pencil with his reference number 63 and numbered and initialled 6/6 FM on the reverse, printed close to the edges of the full sheet, deckle edges at left and right, the paper tone slightly darkened, otherwise in very good condition, framed
S. 500 x 652 mm.
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