Lot 72 of 271:
Three signed lithographs of Metropolitan Opera set designs  

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Lot closed - unsold
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Three lithographs of Metropolitan Opera set designs

Author:

Place:
[New York]

Publisher:

Date:
1975-77

Description:

3 color lithographs on paper. Image size: 32x50 cm (12½x19½"); sheets: 48.5x65 cm (19x25½"). Includes:

  • Benois, Nicola. L'assedio Di Corinto, Act 2.  No. 287 of 500 copies. 1975
  • Lee, Ming Cho. I Puritani, Act 1 Sc. 3. No. 143 of 500 copies. 1976.
  • Scheider-Siemssen, Gunther. Tannhausern Act. 1, Sc.2. No. 65 of 500 copies. 1977.

All pieces are signed by the artist/set designer in the lower margin. Three color lithographs showcasing beautiful and elaborate set designs for the Metropolitan Opera. 


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Occasional bit of edgewear; all pieces near fine or better.


 
Item number:
304269
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