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LOT 101

Lot 101

Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)

Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
Lot 101 Details
Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943), French

LION’S HEAD; GREY BEAR, CIRCA 1925

Two black pigment transfer prints, the first on heavy paper, the second on tissue thin paper, each signed with initial monogram in the block lower right; the bear inscribed “No. 22” in orange crayon verso, each with circular “Douane Centrale, Paris” stamps verso. Matted and unframed.

Sheets 13.1 ins x 19.8 ins; 33.3 cms x 50.3 cms; 10.1 ins x 13 ins; 25.7 cms x 33 cms

Estimate $500-$700

Realised: $510
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

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Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
  • Henri Deluermoz (1876-1943)
Provenance:

Purchased by the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1927, Accession Nos. 892-B and 892-D;
Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO

CONDITION DETAILS

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