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EDVARD MUNCH | VAMPIRE II (SCHIEFLER 34; WOLL 41)

EDVARD MUNCH | VAMPIRE II (SCHIEFLER 34; WOLL 41)

EDVARD MUNCH | VAMPIRE II (SCHIEFLER 34; WOLL 41)

This lot has been withdrawn

Property from the Collection of Catherine Woodard & Nelson Blitz, Jr.

EDVARD MUNCH

(1863 - 1944)

VAMPIRE II (SCHIEFLER 34; WOLL 41)


Lithograph and woodcut printed in colors, 1895-1902, Woll's VI of X, signed in pencil, on tissue-thin Japan paper, framed

Image: 15⅛ by 21¾ in. (38.4 by 55.3 cm). Sheet approx.: 17⅜ by 26¼ in. (44.1 by 66.7 cm)

Framed: 29¾ by 36½ in. (75.6 by 92.7 cm)

The print is in good condition, with full margins. (Pale mat-stain, a tiny hole above the female figure's head in the black (inherent), and a few inconspicuous printer's creases.)


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