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Lot 113: ERICH HECKEL | Liegendes Kind (Dube V.II 79A)
28 October 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Description: Drypoint and burnishing with plate tone, 1910, signed in pencil, dated, a proof aside from the edition of 40, on wove paper, framed
The print is in good condition, with margins. Faint light-stain. A few tiny inconspicuous fox marks in the margins. The corners are slightly soft, with flattened creases in the upper and lower left corners. The verso in good condition with two small irregularities at center a few spots of discoloration. Remnants of adhesive from previous hinge tape visible at upper corners. Some surface soiling.
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Provenance: Pace Prints, New York
Dimensions: plate: 131 by 192 mm 5 1/8 by 7 1/2 in