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Lot 264: HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC | Au Hanneton (D. 272, Adr. 303, W. 296)
28 October 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Description: Lithograph printed in dark brown, 1898, signed in pencil, with an indecipherable inscription by the artist above his signature, aside from the numbered edition of 100, on wove paper, with the blindstamp of Goupil & Cie (Lugt 1090), framed
The print is in generally good condition, with full margins. Traces of mat- and light-stain. A few remnants of foxing visible. The upper edge with remnants of old hinging and related skin spots. The verso with faint discoloration from previous backing board and scattered, faint fox marks.
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Dimensions: image: 355 by 255 mm 14 by 10 in