2 December 2003
Bonnard, la Femme au Chien, after Pierre Bonnard (G. & P. E643)
aquatint in colours, 1924, on wove paper, second (final) state in colours, signed in pencil, numbered 117/200 (there were nine impressions in the first state in black only), published by Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, with margins, a deckle edge at the top, some pale light-staining, a few foxmarks in the margins, otherwise generally in good condition
P. 503 x 245 mm., S. 624 x 448 mm.
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