Marc Chagall: "Monotypes Volumen II (1966-1975)" 11/120

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Author: Marc Chagall (1887-1985). Title: Monotypes Volume II (1966-1975). Description: copy 11 of 120 of the Catalog of Monotypes of Marc Chagall made by Gérald Cramer. Copy signed in pencil by Chagall. It contains an etching on Japan paper entitled "Le Peintre et son modèle" measuring 27x20 cm. Book measures 28x22x2 cm. Artwork in good condition.


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