Group of three prints including a work by Picasso, Renoir, and Lebadang:
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973). Lithograph titled "The Cape" depicting a bull fight in loose black strokes. Dated June 3, 1961 in plate and further numbered III in Roman numerals in plate along the lower left.
Pierre Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919). Etching titled "On the Beach" depicting two figures seated on the shore while others frolic in the water. Signed in plate along the lower right.
Touty AKA Hoi Lebandang (Vietnamese/French, 1921-2015). Abstract lithograph in orange titled "The Yellow Sampan" depicting a figure confronting a large bird next to a river. Pencil signed "Touty" along the lower right; numbered 19/120 along the lower left.Sight; height ranges from 4 1/2 in to 10 in x width ranges from 5 in to 11 1/2 in. Framed; height ranges from 10 3/4 in to 14 1/2 in; width ranges from 11 1/4 in to 13 3/4 in.
There are no visible tears, soiling, creases or losses to all three items. There is toning on all prints. No visible foxing to Renoir print and Picasso print. The Picasso print has a vertical area to the center and along the upper margin that shows a different color from the rest, possibly transmitted from the verso; please see the listing image. Along with it, there is horizontal line along the upper margin that shows different level of toning. The Renoir print has light undulation to the sheet. The Lebadang print has minor foxing along the lower center margin. There are visible signs of browning along margins. All three prints do not show a sign of restoration under UV light. All framed under plexiglass. Not inspected out of frame. Wear and losses to the frames.
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