Etching - Hand signed - 20 EdA black / green - 1969
|Title of artwork:||Eva Nymphe, im Griff der Sphinx|
|Edition:||20 EdA black / green|
|Image size:||395×238 mm|
|Total dimensions:||0×550×700 mm|
|Sold with frame:||Yes|
Prof. Ernst FUCHS, 1930 - 2015*
"Eva Nymphe - im Griff der Sphinx"
Aquatint etching 1969,
Signed by the artist with pencil,
one of 20 described with EA. Test prints.
Catalogue raisonné "Das grafische Werk 1967 - 1980"
Page 132, no. 132/III e
Plate size 395 x 238 mm.
Old framing behind glass 700 x 550 mm.
Very good overall condition!
Catawiki member since July 23, 2019, received 6 reviews in total (6 in last 12 months)
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Ultra quick shipping, safe packed, top seller! Danke nach Wien
Arrived timely with only slight damage to the mount. Title advertised a “lithograph signed in the plate”, but it is just a print (“grano-lithograph”). No signature, only the paper tag added to back.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.When I opened the parcel I found that the frame and the glass were broken.
Luckily the etching it's ok.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Hello Mr. Calzi,
thank you for your feedback!
Sorry ......, fortunately, the picture has not happened, the frame was not very nice anyway!
Nevertheless ..., have fun with this rare etching!
Greetings from Vienna,
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