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Edvard Munch, Two Human Beings. The Lonely Ones (w. 157; Sch. 133)
(High-Res Derivative Image)
($371,840*0.00001 = $3.72)
Estimate: 250,000-350,000 GBP
Sold for 290,500 GBP
Price Point Value $371,840 USD
Auctioned on Sep 16 2014

Description
Edvard Munch
1863 - 1944
TWO HUMAN BEINGS. THE LONELY ONES (W. 157; SCH. 133)
The very rare woodcut printed in black and charcoal grey, 1899, a fine and richly inked impression with strong contrast, with the additional work on the rocks in the foreground, and the vertical cut in the block above the woman's head, signed in pencil, on wove paper, framed
image: 393 by 555mm 15 1/2 by 21 7/8 in
sheet: 486 by 641mm 19 1/8 by 25 1/4 in

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