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Marcel Duchamp Obligation Monte Carlo original lithograph bond Marcel Duchamp "Obligation Monte Carlo" original lithograph | Monte Carlo Bond

Medium: original lithograph. Also called "Monte Carlo Bond". A fine impression on wove paper, printed in 1938 for XXe Siecle (the very rare Christmas Issue No. 4) in an edition of approximately 1200 and published in Paris by San Lazzaro. Sheet size 12 5/8 x 9 1/8 inches (320 x 230 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

The fine print in the background reads, "moustiques domestiques demistock"; literally, half-priced mosquitos, reflecting Duchamp's whimsical sense of humor and his love of word-play. In the center is the famous portrait of Duchamp taken by his friend Man Ray. There has been much debate over this: is the artist wearing shaving cream or soap? And the "horns" on his head have been given various interpretations. On back of the sheet is printed the rules and instructions for actually redeeming the bond.

This work has acquired a certain cult status among twentieth century prints. However, it was first created not so much for the sake of art but rather as a get-rich-quick scheme whereby Marcel Duchamp could raise money by issuing bonds, and then "break the bank" at the roulette wheels of Monte Carlo. The first appearance of this piece was the actual edition of bonds, printed in 1924. Very few of the original 1924 bonds were printed and almost none have survived; one can be found in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art, donated to the museum by the artist; another was auctioned by Christie's in 2010 for over one million dollars. The version we offer here was executed by Duchamp as a lithographic recreation of bond number 12, and was issued in 1938 for the XXe Siecle edition, and has since become very scarce and highly sought after.

Condition: there is minor age-toning, and small bumps at two corners of the sheet. There are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this piece.

$4,000.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Le chapeau epinglé" original etching Renoir "Le chapeau epingle" pair of etchings on japon paper - two states

Medium: original etching and drypoint. Also called "Jeunes filles fleurissant leurs chapeaux". This pair of etchings was printed on japon paper -- one impression in black and the other in sanguine -- for the deluxe edition of 150 of "Renoir et ses amis" published in 1921 by Henri Floury. The catalogue reference is Delteil 8.

This is the third etched variation of "Pinning the Hat", one of the best known Renoir etchings and one of his most engaging compositions. The young ladies are Julie Manet (Berthe Morisot's daughter and Edouard Manet's niece) and her cousin Jeanne. The plate size is 4 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches (118 x 85 mm). Signed in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: there is foxing and creasing to the paper.

$2,000.00
Joan Miro Femme original linocut 1938 XXe Siecle Joan Miro "Femme" original linocut 1938 (rare 1st edition)

Medium: original linoleum cut. A fine impression on wove paper, executed in 1938 for XXe Siecle (for the very rare Christmas Issue No. 4). Sheet size 12 5/8 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 248 mm). This work has the distinction of being Miro's first (and only) linocut. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: there is a small bump to the bottom left corner of the sheet. There are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work. Note: a later edition was also issued by XXe Siecle in 1959, but this is the original, first edition. The definitive way to tell is that the original first edition has the pinholes in the margin (glue was used for later issues of XXe Siecle rather than staples). Also, the later edition has a text inscription printed on back; the original has no text on the back.

$1,750.00
Henri Matisse original lithograph Henri Matisse original lithograph for Portraits, 1954

Medium: original lithograph. Printed at the atelier Mourlot for inclusion as the frontispiece of "Portraits", published in Paris in 1954. The sheet measures 12 3/8 x 9 5/8 inches (314 x 245 mm). Sometimes called "Madame Pompadour", this work is part of the permanent collection of MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) in New York. Not signed.

$1,500.00
Alexander Calder original lithographs Flying Colors Collection Alexander Calder large original lithographs (Four Works)

Medium: original lithographs. The titles are Skyswirl, Skybird, Beastie and Convection. These four magnificent original lithographs were executed by Calder for the Braniff Airlines "Flying Colors Collection". Each was printed in 1975 on Arches rag paper and and embossed with The Flying Colors Collection drystamp.

Size: 26 x 20 inches (Skyswirl) and 20 x 26 inches (Skybird, Beastie and Convection). Each is signed in the plate (not hand-signed) .

$1,500.00
Alfred Sisley lithograph "Le Loing pres Saint-Mammes" Alfred Sisley original lithograph "Le Loing pres Saint-Mammes"

Medium: original lithograph. This impression is from the rare 1897 portfolio "Art et Nature" by Leon Roger-Miles, published in Paris by Boudet in an edition of 525. Printed in sanguine/brown ink on Marais wove paper, the image size is 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (142 x 222 mm). The full sheet measures 9 3/4 x 12 5/8 inches (247 x 322 mm). Signed in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins.

$1,250.00
Wassily Kandinsky "Holzschnitt fur XXe Siecle" original color woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "Holzschnitt fur XXe Siecle" original color woodcut

Medium: original color woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 201. Published in Paris in 1939 for XXe Siecle (issue No. 5-6). The total sheet measures 9 5/8 x 12 1/2 inches (245 x 317 mm). Signed in the block (not by hand).

Condition: there are a few spots of foxing. There are six pinholes along the top edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work.

$1,250.00
Edvard Munch Norwegische Landschaft original etching Cassirer Edvard Munch "Norwegische Landschaft" original etching Norwegian Landscape

Medium: original etching and drypoint. Catalogue reference Schiefler 268, final state. This original Edvard Munch etching was printed in Berlin in 1920 for Paul Cassirer. Plate size: 4 1/8 x 5 7/8 inches (105 x 150 mm) with good margins. Not signed.

This is a fine impression on laid paper. Munch was associated with Die Brücke (The Bridge) and is the most famous member of that group of Expressionist artists. This is the first work executed by Munch after his nervous breakdown in the autumn of 1908, while a patient at Dr. Jacobson's clinic in Copenhagen. Paul Cassirer was an important German art dealer, who was instrumental in promoting various Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Expressionist artists, including Van Gogh, Cezanne, Manet and Munch, among many others.

$1,250.00
Wassily Kandinsky "The Archer" original color woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "The Archer" original color woodcut

Medium: original color woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 79. Published in Paris in 1938 for XXe Siecle (No. 3). Image size 6 1/2 x 6 inches (165 x 153 mm), with full margins. Signed in the block (not by hand). A beautifully printed, richly inked impression with strong, fresh color.

Condition: there are a few spots of foxing (not affecting the image). There are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work.

$1,250.00
Josef Albers Structural Constellations Josef Albers "Structural Constellations" Four Works

Set of four engravings (after the drawings). From a rare portfolio printed in Switzerland by Spiral Press and published by George Wittenborn of New York. Presumably issued circa 1958, the publisher did not state the date or edition size. Printed on smooth wove paper, each sheet measures 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 320 mm). Not signed.

$1,000.00
Wassily Kandinsky "Orientalisches" original color woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "Orientalisches" original color woodcut

Medium: original color woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 106. Published in Paris in 1938 for XXe Siecle (issue No. 3). Image size: 4 7/8 x 7 1/2 inches (125 x 190 mm). Sheet size: 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (318 x 244 mm). A good impression that brings out the subtle colors of this composition. Not signed.

Condition: there are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work.

$1,000.00
Henri Matisse "Teeny" original linocut (1938 1st edition Henri Matisse "Teeny" original linocut 1938 1st edition

Medium: original linoleum cut. A fine impression on wove paper, executed in 1938 for the very rare XXe Siecle (issue No. 4). A later edition was also issued by XXe Siecle in 1959, but this is the original, first edition Matisse linocut. Sheet size: 12 5/8 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 248 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: there is a small bump to the bottom left corner of the sheet. There are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work.

$1,000.00
Pablo Picasso "La Petite Colombe" original lithograph Pablo Picasso "La Petite Colombe" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference: Mourlot 174. Executed in 1949 and issued as the frontispiece of the Picasso Lithographe I catalogue raisonné, published in Paris by Andre Sauret. Printed by Mourlot Frères on Renage wove paper in an edition of 2500. Image size: 10 3/8 x 8 1/8 inches (265 x 205 mm). Sheet size: 12 x 8 1/8 inches (305 x 205 mm). Not signed.

Condition: the margins have been trimmed on two sides.

$850.00
Pablo Picasso woodcut Pablo Picasso woodcut (Tete de femme) 1939

Medium: woodcut (after the gouache). This richly inked impression was published in Japan in 1939 by the Takamizawa Colour Print Studio in an edition of 500. The image size is 8 1/2 x 5 inches (215 x 125 mm). Signed in the plate, not by hand. Rare!

$850.00
Wassily Kandinsky "Motif aus Improvisation 25: The Garden of Love" original woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "Motif aus Improvisation 25: The Garden of Love" original woodcut

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 105. Published in Paris in 1938 for the rare XXe Siecle (issue No. 3). Image size 8 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (217 x 220mm), with full original margins; the sheet size is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (318 x 244 mm). Signed in the block (not by hand).

Condition: there are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work.

$850.00
Wassily Kandinsky "Reiterweg" original woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "Reiterweg" original woodcut

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 111. Published in Paris in 1938 for the rare XXe Siecle (issue No. 3). Image size 6 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches (165 x 213 mm), with full original margins. Signed by Kandinsky in the block (not by hand).

Condition: there are pinholes from the publisher's original binding along the left edge of the sheet.

$850.00
Wassily Kandinsky "Schwartzer Fleck" original woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "Schwartzer Fleck" original woodcut

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 145. Published in Paris in 1938 for XXe Siecle (issue No. 3). Image size 7 x 8 1/2 inches (170 x 218 mm); with full original margins the sheet measures 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (318 x 242 mm). Signed in the block (not by hand).

Condition: there is minor foxing and age-toning. There are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this work.

$850.00
Jean Arp original linocut Constellations 1938 XXe Siecle Jean Hans Arp original linocut "Constellations" 1938 1st edition

Medium: original linoleum cut. A nice impression on wove paper, published in 1938 for the very rare XXe Siecle issue No. 4. Sheet size 12 5/8 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 248 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is a bump to the bottom left corner of the sheet. There are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this piece. Note: a later edition was also issued by XXe Siecle in 1959, but this is the original, first edition. The definitive way to tell is that the original first edition has the pinholes in the margin (glue was used for later issues of XXe Siecle rather than staples). Also, the later edition has a text inscription printed on back; the original has no text on the back.

$650.00
Auguste Rodin Ames du Purgatoire original drypoint Auguste Rodin "Ames du Purgatoire" original drypoint

Medium: original etching and drypoint. This impression on laid paper was printed in 1893 for Gustave Geffroy's "La Vie Artistique". Catalogue reference: Delteil 11. Plate size: 6 x 3 3/4 inches (148 x 95 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

$600.00
Jasper Johns original lithograph "Cup 2 Picasso" Jasper Johns original lithograph "Cup 2 Picasso"

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue references: Field 168 and Gemini 276. The plates for this lithograph were prepared at the ULAE studios in New York, printed by Mourlot and published in Paris by XXe Siecle in 1973. After printing, most impressions were trimmed to fit into the XXe Siecle book but this one remains untrimmed. The full sheet measures 15 x 10 1/2 inches (377 x 268 mm). Signed and dated in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: there is minor creasing around the edges of the sheet.

$500.00
Jasper Johns lithograph Jasper Johns lithograph, 1967

Medium: lithograph. From the "In Memory of My Feelings" portfolio, printed in 1967 on Mohawk Superfine Smooth paper in a limited edition of 2500 and published in New York by The Museum of Modern Art. Not signed.

Jasper Johns was one of the New York artists invited to contribute original compositions in homage to poet Frank O'Hara (1926-1966) for the "In Memory of My Feelings" project in 1967. Size: 12 x 18 inches. There is a center fold, as issued.

$450.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir lithograph "Tete de Jeune Fille" Pierre-Auguste Renoir lithograph "Tete de Jeune Fille"

Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). Beautifully printed in sanguine ink and published in Paris in 1921 by Henri Floury for "Renoir et ses amis" by Georges Riviere. Sheet size: 10 1/4 x 7 5/8 inches (262 x 194 mm). There is text printed over the image, as issued. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: this lithograph served as the dustjacket cover and is now quite scarce; there is some wear.

$450.00
Henri Matisse pochoir "Algue blanche sur fond rouge" Henri Matisse pochoir "Algue blanche sur fond rouge"

Medium: pochoir (after the découpage). This small but rare print was hand-colored in 1953 in the Ateliers du Coloris Moderne under the direction of Y. F. Wils, and published in Paris the same year by Galerie Berggruen. Issued in an edition of 1000, this is a recreation in pochoir format of one of the delightful Matisse paper cut-outs -- his "Papiers Découpés". The image measures 6 x 3 3/4 inches (150 x 95 mm). There is a different composition on the back, as issued. The colors are rich and vivid. Not signed.

$350.00
Henri Matisse pochoir "Algue blanche sur fond orange et rouge" Henri Matisse pochoir "Algue blanche sur fond orange et rouge"

Medium: pochoir (after the découpage). This small but rare print was hand-colored in 1953 in the Ateliers du Coloris Moderne under the direction of Y. F. Wils, and published in Paris the same year by Galerie Berggruen. Issued in an edition of 1000, this is a recreation in pochoir format of one of the delightful Matisse paper cut-outs -- his "Papiers Découpés". The image measures 5 x 3 3/4 inches (130 x 95 mm). There is a different composition on the back, as issued. The colors are rich and vivid. Not signed.

$350.00
Ad Reinhardt serigraph (Composition in Black) Ad Reinhardt serigraph Composition in Black

Medium: serigraph (after the original). Printed in Germany by Siebdruck Michel of Dusseldorf and published in Amsterdam in 1972 for inclusion as a special loose insert with the catalogue for the Ad Reinhardt exhibition at the Stadtische Kunsthalle of Dusseldorf, Germany. The exhibition was held for one month (September 1972 to October 1972) and this is a nice impression of this now quite scarce print. Image size: 7 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches (190 x 190 mm); the full sheet measures 11 x 9 inches (280 x 230 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is minor surface wear (scratches / scuffs) and creasing in the margin.

$350.00
Henri Matisse lithograph Henri Matisse lithograph for Portraits, 1954

Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). Executed by Matisse especially for the cover of "Portraits", printed at the atelier Mourlot and published in 1954. The image measures 8 5/8 x 8 5/8 inches (220 x 220 mm) and the full sheet size is 12 1/4 x 9 3/8 inches. Not signed.

Condition: this was the actual cover and there is minor wear. There is printed text beneath the image, as issued (see the second photo).

$300.00
Edgar Degas monotype Edgar Degas monotype "La Chanteuse du Cafe-Concert"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 6 1/2 x 5 inches. Signed in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: there is a pinhole at the bottom platemark.

$300.00
Edgar Degas monotype Danseuse Edgar Degas monotype "La Danseuse de dos"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 8 1/2 x 6 inches. Signed in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: there is age-toning and soiling.

$300.00
Josef Albers silkscreen, White Line Squares | Homage to the Square Josef Albers serigraph | Homage to the Square

Medium: silkscreen / serigraph (after the original). This particular variation of Albers' Homage to the Square series is called "White Line Squares". Printed in Germany by Atelier Herbert Geier and published in 1968 by George Wittenborn of New York, for a now very scarce catalogue raisonne. Image size: 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches (225 x 225 mm). Including the border, the total sheet size: 10 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (267 x 250 mm). There is another composition on the back, as issued. A beautiful, rich impression. Not signed.

$300.00
Josef Albers silkscreen, Albers Homage to the Square Josef Albers silkscreen | Homage to the Square

Medium: silkscreen / serigraph (after the original). Printed in Germany by Atelier Herbert Geier and published in 1968 by George Wittenborn of New York, for a now very scarce catalogue raisonne. Image size: 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches (225 x 225 mm). Including the border, the total sheet size: 10 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (267 x 250 mm). There is another composition on the back, as issued. A rich impression in electric color. Not signed.

Condition: there is age-toning to the margins.

$300.00
Josef Albers silkscreen, White Line Squares | Homage to the Square Josef Albers serigraph | Homage to the Square

Medium: silkscreen / serigraph (after the original). This particular variation of Albers' Homage to the Square series is called "White Line Squares". Printed in Germany by Atelier Herbert Geier and published in 1968 by George Wittenborn of New York, for a now very scarce catalogue raisonne. Image size: 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches (225 x 225 mm). Including the border, the total sheet size: 10 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (267 x 250 mm). There is another composition on the back, as issued. A beautiful, rich impression. Not signed.

$300.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"

Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 6 3/4 x 4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!

$250.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"

Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 6 3/4 x 4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!

$250.00
Edgar Degas monotype Edgar Degas monotype "La Pianiste et le Chanteur"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 6 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches. Not signed.

Condition: there is some age-toning and discoloration to the paper.

$250.00
Edgar Degas monotype Famille Cardinal Edgar Degas monotype "Famille Cardinal"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 6 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches. Not signed.

Condition: there is some age-toning to the paper.

$250.00
Edgar Degas monotype Famille Cardinal Edgar Degas monotype "Famille Cardinal"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches. Not signed.

Condition: there is some age-toning to the paper.

$250.00
Edgar Degas monotype Famille Cardinal Edgar Degas monotype "Famille Cardinal"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 9 x 6 inches. Not signed.

Condition: there is some age-toning and discoloration to the paper.

$250.00
Edgar Degas monotype Famille Cardinal Edgar Degas monotype "Famille Cardinal"

This recreation in pochoir (after the original monotype) was printed in a limited edition of 1000 and published in Paris in 1948 by Quatre Chemins. This impression was printed on Marais paper by Ateliers Dreux-Barry and shows a platemark similar to an etching; the actual original Degas monotypes are virtually unobtainable and this edition makes an affordable alternative. Plate size: 6 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches. Not signed.

Condition: there is some age-toning and discoloration to the paper.

$250.00
Henri Matisse pochoir "Composition fond vert" Henri Matisse pochoir "Composition fond vert"

Medium: pochoir (after the découpage). This small but rare print was hand-colored in 1953 in the Ateliers du Coloris Moderne under the direction of Y. F. Wils, and published in Paris the same year by Galerie Berggruen. Issued in an edition of 1000, this is a recreation in pochoir format of one of the delightful Matisse paper cut-outs -- his "Papiers Découpés". The image measures 7 1/2 x 3 inches (190 x 75 mm). The colors are rich and vivid. Not signed.

$250.00
Henri Matisse pochoir "Composition noir et rouge" Henri Matisse pochoir "Composition noir et rouge"

Medium: pochoir (after the découpage). This small but rare print was hand-colored in 1953 in the Ateliers du Coloris Moderne under the direction of Y. F. Wils, and published in Paris the same year by Galerie Berggruen. Issued in an edition of 1000, this is a recreation in pochoir format of one of the delightful Matisse paper cut-outs -- his "Papiers Découpés". The image measures 3 x 3 3/4 inches (75 x 97 mm). The colors are rich and vivid. Not signed.

$200.00
   
 

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