HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
1864 - 1901
CARNAVAL (DELTEIL 64; ADHÉMAR 42; WITTROCK 61)
Lithograph printed in olive-green and red, from the edition of approximately 2,000 impressions published in La revue blanche, vol. VI, no. 29, on wove paper
Image: 247 x 161 mm, 9¾ x 6⅜ in.
Framed: 425 x 340 mm, 16¾ x 13⅜ in.
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The full sheet with mottled discoloration at the edges, recto and verso. A small tear in the center of the sheet and a 45 mm repaired tear extending from the right edge towards the center. (A 2 mm tear in the left sheet edge near center.) The sheet with a long, soft, vertical crease, most apparent under raking light, and soft creasing in the lower left corner. The verso with remnants of prior hinging.
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