28 March 2007
Tsuguharu Leonard Foujita
Femme et Enfant avec Chaton
lithograph in colours, 1964, on wove, signed in pencil, inscribed H.C. (an hors commmerce impression aside from the edition of one hundred), with wide margins, occasional soft handling creases, otherwise in very good condition; with Deux Enfants revenant du Marché, lithograph, by the same hand, signed and numbered 182/220 in pencil, both with the authentication stamp and signature of L. Buisson verso
L. 440 x 300 mm., S. 611 x 439 mm.
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