28 March 2007
Le Chevalier et le Page (B. 684; M. 200)
lithograph, 1951, on Arches, signed in coloured pencil, numbered 21/50 (there were also five artist's proofs), with wide margins, a deckle edge below, mount and light-staining, remains of tape in places at the upper and lower sheet edges on the reverse, backboard staining, framed
L. 370 x 266 mm., S. 522 x 379 mm.
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