29 March 2011
La Femme à la Résille (Femme aux Cheveux verts) (cf. B. 612; cf. M. 178)
lithograph printed in colours, 1956, on Arches wove paper, an unsigned proof of the three colour plates and the first state of the black plate (not recorded by Mourlot), before the signed and numbered edition of fifty printed from the completed colour and black plates, inscribed by the printer Fernand Mourlot on the reverse in ballpoint pen epreuve exposition and titled, dedicated, initialled and dated Femme à la résille pour Castor FM 6/4/87, the full sheet, with deckle edges above and below, generally in good condition, framed
L., S. 651 x 500 mm.
Fernand Mourlot, Paris; then given to the author Castor Seibel.
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