Here we have a good strong impression with good drypoint of Margot Wearing a Bonnet , Created in c.1902, this work is presumably an early impression from the only state created of the image. The work is occasionally printed in black and white; Other examples of this work can be found in the collections of the Delaware Art Museum, Amherst College Massachusetts, the Cincinnati Art Museum, and the Wadsworth Athenaeum Connecticut. Please note the fine printing the burr of the Drypoint .
This is a work listed in the Breeskin catalogue , # 179 , printed on early laid paper . The work measure 6 by 8.75 inches with good plate tone . There is a resored area of the paper OUT SIDE of the etched work with little discoloartion far from the work and can be matted over with a proper matting.
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