London, South Kensington
29 October 2009
Fragments de Corps de Femme, from Metamorphoses d'Ovide (Bloch 125)
etching printed in black with bistre remarque, 1931, on wove paper, probably a proof aside from the total edition of 145, published by A. Skira, Paris, with a deckle edge to the right sheet edge, some unobtrusive handling creases, pale time staining, otherwise in good condition
P., S. 327 x 260mm.
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