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Lot 79: JOHN SLOAN | Memory (M. 136)
28 October 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Description: Etching, 1906, signed in pencil, titled, inscribed with the initials of the sitters, also inscribed '100 proofs' (from the total edition of 110), on laid paper, framed
The print is in generally good condition, with full margins. Light- and mat-stain. Tack holes in the outer margins for drying. The verso with discoloration and an old tape stain in the upper margin.
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Provenance: Ex coll. unidentified (initials 'PGN' in an oval in black on verso).
Dimensions: plate: 190 by 226 mm 7 1/2 by 8 7/8 in