CHARLES SORLIER AFTER MARC CHAGALL | THE TRIBE OF GAD (M. CS 19)
CHARLES SORLIER AFTER MARC CHAGALL
1921 - 1990
THE TRIBE OF GAD (M. CS 19)
Lithograph printed in colors, 1964, signed in pencil and numbered VI/LXXV (total edition includes ten artist's proofs and 150 in Arabic numerals), from Twelve Maquettes of Stained Glass Windows for Jerusalem, on Arches wove paper, published by Mourlot, Paris, unframed
image: 618 by 462 mm 24⅜ by 18¼ in
sheet: 744 by 525 mm 29¼ by 20⅝ in
The print is in generally good condition except the colors slightly attenuated. Pale light- and mat-stain and a few small tears and losses at the sheet edges. Some faint surface soiling in the margins. The verso with mottled discoloration and several hinge remnants, a few with associated slight skinning or adhesive stain.
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