1893 - 1983
LE GRAND SORCIER (D. 453)
Etching, aquatint and drypoint printed in colors with carborundum, 1968, signed in pencil and numbered 27/75, on Mandeure rag paper, printed and published by Maeght, Paris, framed
sheet: 893 by 672 mm 35⅛ by 26½ in
The print is in good condition and the sheet is full. A few faint scuffs in the black, a small inconspicuous scratch at lower left and an occasional inconspicuous crease. Very pale light-stain and a few tiny specks of foxing, primarily in the margins and on the verso.
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