Pair of closed spectacles seen from above and aligned vertically, shadow beneath. 13 May 1975 Sugar-lift aquatint on Rives paper
- Height: 133 millimetres
- Width: 87 millimetres
Inscription ContentDated '13.V.75' on the plate in reverse
Signed and numbered 72/75 in pencil
The spectacles and their shadow are entwined, evoking the theme and its counterpoint. Printed by Aldo Crommelynck, Paris in a numbered edition of 75 (plus 15 artist's proofs numbered in roman numerals) on vélin de Rives paper.
Israeli XXc Mounted Roy
2006-7 July-Jan, BM, Avigdor Arikha From Life, no.26
28 June 2005
Reason for treatment
Mount - Overthrow - R
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Object reference number: PPA86465
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