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The Tower Had One Window; Straw On The Left, Gold On The Right; And Pleading For The Child, Plates 16, 36 And 37 From Illustrations For Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm

David Hockney-The Tower Had One Window; Straw On The Left, Gold On The Right; And Pleading For The Child, Plates 16, 36 And 37 From Illustrations For Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm-1969

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Artwork:
The Tower Had One Window; Straw On The Left, Gold On The Right; And Pleading For The Child, Plates 16, 36 And 37 From Illustrations For Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm
Size:
all image various sizes; one sheet 44.5 x 40.5; two sheet approx. 62 x 45 cm
Edition Size :
100 (+ 15 AP, + total book edition of 460 copies)
Medium :
Three etchings, one with aquatint and one with soft-ground etching, on hodgkinson hand-made wove paper watermarked 'dh / pp', with full margins
Creation Year:
1969
Category :
Print-Multiple

Phillips London

Date:
2017-06-07
Lot Number :
111
Low Estimate :
$2,598
High Estimate :
$3,898
Hammer Price :
Not sold
Notes :
Each signed and numbered 26/100 in pencil on the front and inscribed 'Grimm Portfolio' in sepia ink on the reverse (there were also 15 artist's proofs and a total book edition of 460 copies), co-published by Petersburg Press, New York and Kasmin Gallery, London, one framed