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Lot 0168 Details

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Medium: original lithograph. This impression is from the edition of 180 printed on Arches cream wove paper (a small edition of 20 were printed on japon paper, for a total edition of 200). All were printed by Andre Clot for the rare "Eloge de Pierre Bonnard" by Leon Werth, published in 1946 by Manuel Bruker.
The lithographs from Eloge are beautiful and subtle -- fine examples of the artist's later work (Bonnard died the next year in 1947). Image size: 4 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches (120 x 115 mm); the total sheet measures 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 (325 x 250mm). There is printed text above and beneath the image and on the back, as published. Not signed -- no impressions were hand-signed.
Condition: there is some foxing.

Reserve: $80.00

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    Pierre Bonnard "Nu penché" original lithograph

    Estimate $100 - $120Jul 01, 2020
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