31 March 2010
Grande Liseuse (D.-M. 437)
lithograph, 1923, on wove paper watermarked J PERRIGOT ARCHES and MBM, signed in pencil and inscribed epr. d'artiste, numbered 9/12, an artist's proof aside from the edition of fifty, the full sheet, with deckle edges at left and right, with small, unobtrusive black ink marks just outside the corners of the subject, otherwise in very good condition
L. 491 x 390 mm., S. 653 x 508 mm.
Walter Pach (1883-1958), New York. Then by descent to the present owners.
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