Untitled (from Cahiers d'Art), 1926


Limited Edition of 700

Size: 28 x 22 cm


Published by Christian Zervos, Paris for the deluxe art revue Cahiers d'Art

Artwork Details

Pochoir (after the 1920 watercolour)

Size: 28 x 22 cm

Image size: 19.7 x 15.3 cm (7.8 x 6 in)

Limited Edition of 700

Signed in the plate

In excellent condition; few spots of foxing in the margin, not affecting the image

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