HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC | LE MARCHAND DE MARRONS; AND MADAME RÉJANE (DELTEIL 335, 266; WITTROCK 232, 266; ADRIANI 211, 275)
Estimate: 1,200 - 1,800 USD
HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
1864 - 1901
LE MARCHAND DE MARRONS; AND MADAME RÉJANE (DELTEIL 335, 266; WITTROCK 232, 266; ADRIANI 211, 275)
Two lithographs, 1897 and 1898, the first printed in 1925, the second printed in 1951, from the editions of 625 and 100 respectively, the first on China paper, published by Edmond Frapier (Galerie des Peintres Graveurs), the second on Arches wove paper, published by La Société des Amis du Musée d'Albi, Paris, unframed (2 prints)
the first image: 257 by 178 mm 10⅛ by 7 in
the first sheet: 363 by 279 mm 14¼ by 11 in
The prints are in good condition, with wide margins. The first sheet with very pale light-stain, some mottled fox marks and the lower sheet edge with a tiny horizontal cut at left. Two inconspicuous creases in the margins at upper right and a slight ripple in the right half of sheet. The second sheet is faintly discolored and with an occasional spot of surface soiling or fox mark in the margins and on the verso as well as a few inconspicuous handling creases. The verso of the first with two prior hinge remains along right sheet edge.
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