Salvador Dalí: litografía sin título MCCLV/MM

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Autor: Salvador Dalí. Título: sin título. Descripción: litografía sobre papel BFK Rives firmada a mano y numerada MCCLV/MM. Editada por Rizzoli editori 1984. Certificada en el dorso. Procede del stock de Rizzoli editori tras pasar a formar parte en 1993 de de RCS. Medidas sin marco 66x50 cm. Obra en buenas condiciones.


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