William SCOTT Portrait of a Girl  (1948)
An original lithograph in colours on fine paper. Signed William Scott in pencil and numbered from the limited edition of 60. Referenced in Balfour-Oatts, William Scott: A Survey of his Original Prints, Archeus Fine Art, London, 2005, p51, no 3
The Victoria and Albert Museum commissioned this print to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the invention of lithography by Alois Senefelder
In good condition, the pink ink rather faded as is more often than not the case with this early print, some faint unobtrusive marks in the margins, and very faint discolouration from a previous mount around the image which would be covered by a mount. An exquisite early William Scott print which is extremely rare - we can find very few auction sales although there are several in museum collections such as in The Hepworth Wakefield
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