1891 - 1969
STUDY FOR THREE NUDES
signed, pencil on paper, executed in 1924 circa
(firmato, matita su carta, eseguito nel 1924 circa)
inches 13.5 by 7.4, cm 34x18.7
Framed: inches 19.7 by 16.3 by 1, cm 50x41.3x2.5
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Overall, this work is in generally good condition. There is shallow scattered browning across the surface. There are traces of glue residues along the upper left edge and towards the lower right corner. There is a trace of a fold by the lower right corner. The paper is slightly wavy and uniformly yellowed.
(IN GENERALE, L'OPERA È IN BUONE CONDIZIONI. VI SONO DELLE LEGGERE BRUNITURE SPARSE SULLA SUPERFICIE. VI SONO TRACCE DI RESIDUI DI COLLA LUNGO IL MARGINE SINISTRO SUPERIORE E IN CORRISPONDENZA DELL'ANGOLO INFERIORE DESTRO. VI È UNA TRACCIA DI PIEGATURA VERSO L'ANGOLO INFERIORE DESTRO. LA CARTA È LEGGERMENTE ONDULATA E UNIFORMEMENTE INGIALLITA.)
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