Madam Nougat

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Madam Nougat was a stall holder in the Flea Market in northern Paris. This is one of a series of prints drawn on prepared plates in Paris then etched and printed in Islington Studio, London.

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Madam Nougat




etching & aquatint on paper


H 25 x W 22.5 cm

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Scottish Arts Council Bequest, 1997

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