7 October 1999
Paul Klee (1879-1940)
Die Hexe mit dem Kamm
lithograph, 1922, on yellowish simili-Japan, signed in pencil, from the edition of 200 (there was also an edition of fifteen on Japan), published in Knstlerspende fr das Deutsche Buchmuseum, Leipzig, with margins, pale light-staining, some tiny scattered foxmarks, a skinned area due to removal of tape at the upper left reverse corner, otherwise generally in good condition, framed
L. 310 x 214mm., S. 408 x 283mm.
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E. W. Kornfeld, Verzeichnis des graphischen Werkes von Paul Klee, Bern, 1963, no. 86Bb
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