1 October 2008
Danseuse au Miroir (D.-M. 492)
lithograph, 1927, on Japon Impérial, signed in pencil, numbered 9/50 (there were also six trial proofs and ten artist's proofs), with margins, very pale light staining, otherwise in very good condition
L. 418 x 263 mm., S. 570 x 398 mm.
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