Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Das Rheingold Scene 1 (Postan W58) The rare woodcut, 1925, on laid japan, signed, dated, inscribed 'Gotterdämmerung' and numbered 3/12 in pencil, with full margins, 78 x 92mm (3 x 3 5/8in)(PL)
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Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946) Das Rheingold Scene 1 (Postan W58) The rare woodcut, 1925, on laid japan, signed, dated, inscribed 'Gotterdämmerung' and numbered 3/12 in pencil, with full margins, 78 x 92mm (3 x 3 5/8in)(PL)
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Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946)
Das Rheingold Scene 1 (Postan W58)
The rare woodcut, 1925, on laid japan, signed, dated, inscribed 'Gotterdämmerung' and numbered 3/12 in pencil, with full margins, 78 x 92mm (3 x 3 5/8in)(PL)
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