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Femme. 1965. - Joan Miró

Joan Miró Femme. 1965.
This work was painted in 1965 by Miró to accompany the album ‘Femmes’ which contained 23 reproductions of his paintings. The album of reproductions was issued by Galerie Maeght, Paris, in an edition of 50, but each originally included an individual watercolour. During the mid 1960’s Miró was very interested in mixed-media works and for this version he included forms printed from elements of woodblock which he had used, in print form, to decorate the title and introduction pages of the ‘Femmes’ album.
It is extremely rare for any of the watercolours from the ‘Femmes’ series to appear on the market.

Martes. Tuesday. 2013. - Carlos Cruz-Diez

Carlos Cruz-Diez Martes. Tuesday. 2013.
Superb fresh impression with perfect colours. On pale cream wove paper. Excellent fresh condition. Printed to the full sheet size as issued.

Sunset Nude with Yellow Tulips. 2004 - TOM WESSELMANN

TOM WESSELMANN Sunset Nude with Yellow Tulips. 2004

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