Christopher Richard Wynne  Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) Acetlyene Welders Lithograph, 1917/18, signed in pencil, from the series "Building Aircraft" published in an edition of 200, not all signed; in good condition, 400 x 295mm (15 3/4 x 11 5/8in)(I)
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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) Acetlyene Welders Lithograph, 1917/18, on wove, signed in pencil, from the series "Building Aircraft" published in an edition of 200, not all signed; in good condition, 400 x 295mm (15 3/4 x 11 5/8in)(I)
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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946)
Acetlyene Welders
Lithograph, 1917/18, on wove, signed in pencil, from the series "Building Aircraft" published in an edition of 200, not all signed; in good condition, 400 x 295mm (15 3/4 x 11 5/8in)(I)
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