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HENRI MATISSE | LE LANCEUR DE COUTEAUX (SEE DUTHUIT BOOKS 22BIS)

Estimate:

10,000 - 15,000 USD

HENRI MATISSE | LE LANCEUR DE COUTEAUX (SEE DUTHUIT BOOKS 22BIS)

HENRI MATISSE | LE LANCEUR DE COUTEAUX (SEE DUTHUIT BOOKS 22BIS)

Estimate:

10,000 - 15,000 USD

HENRI MATISSE

1869 - 1954

LE LANCEUR DE COUTEAUX (SEE DUTHUIT BOOKS 22BIS)


Pochoir printed in colors, 1947, from the edition of 250 with the vertical fold (there is also an edition of 100 without the fold), from Jazz, on Arches wove paper, published by Tériade, Paris, framed

sheet: 422 by 652 mm 16⅝ by 25⅝ in

The full sheet, in good condition apart from pale light-stain and a few spots of very faint offprinting. A tiny touched-in spot in the black form at lower left. Two small nicks in the bottom right sheet edge and an occasional soft handling crease. The verso with some pale foxing, showing faintly through at left, and two small remnants of old tape in the lower corners.


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