28 March 2007
The Wailing Wall (not in M. & L.)
lithograph with embossing in colours, 1975, on wove, signed in ink, extensively dedicated Pour Daninos... and with an ink sketch of a horse and rider, inscribed E.A. (an artist's proof aside from the edition of 250), with wide margins, mount and light-staining, a 50 mm. scratch in left margin, some rippling and soft handling creases in the margins, backboard staining, framed
L. 753 x 558 mm., S. 980 x 682 mm.
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