Original Drypoint Etching with stencil on Arches paper, 1975 in black ink with stencil colours on paper, signed & numbered by artist in pencil
Paper: 760x560 mm, Image 583x390 mm
Michler-Lopsinger - Dali Etchings #818 Albert Field 75-8 I (Page 107)
Printed by: Ateliers Regal.
Published by: Editions de Francony/Editions
Note: This was Issued in a porfolio entitled “Hommage Leonardo da Vinci (American Inventions), 1975, consisting of 12 drypoint etchings The small technical details were etched by J J J Rigal, the remainder etched by Dali. The first 50 suites was printed for Leon Amiel. The portfolio was not marketed until 1980.
Jacquard Tapestry (Cotton/wool blend), woven 1988 - signed by artist in tapestry.
54” x 42” (105 x 137 cms)
There were also 20 H/C Copies made.
Public Collections: Salvador Dali Museum, St Petersburg, Florida
Salvador Dali Archives, Astoria, New York
Note: This was made after an oil on canvas painting 1947.
Publisher: Demart Proarte Edition: 347/600
Original Linocut ,1966, Mougins, in black, on Arches paper, dated
Paper: 145x215 mm; Image: 114x17
Bloch I n° 1240, Kramer Picasso Linoleum Cuts 110, Baer VI no 1850.B.b
Note: This is a greetings card for the Gallerie Madoura for 1968. Printed within : "Linographie originale de Picasso Specialiement gravee par l'autour a l'intention des amis de Suzanne et Georges RAMIE". On the second page is printed "En gage D'Heureuse Anne 1967 et avec le meilleurs compliments de Madoura ". The original linoleum still exists for this work.
Printed by: Arnera, Vallauris
Published by: Gallerie Madoura, Cannes and Vallauris, 1970
Edition: HC 18/400
There were 125 proofs on Velin d'Arches paper, with margins
There were 400 proofs on velin Light paper, with text and typographe verso and on the second page. Each is annotated HC. This is our present example.