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The Impure Innocence, from "Occupations"
L'innocence impure, from "Occupations"
Van de Loo 56
Sheet: 28.3 x 37.9 cm (11 1/8 x 14 15/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
“Occupations” is a set of twenty-three etchings accompanied by a title page, an essay by the poet René Bertellé, a list of plates, and a colophon signed by Jorn and Bertellé. It is encased in a green burlap portfolio cover. “Occupations” was printed by the master printer R. Tamburro in 1960 and published by the Galerie Rive Gauche in an edition of 50.
Sotheby's London, Lot 320, (November 8, 2001); to Charles M. Young Fine Prints and Drawings (Portland, CT); from whom purchased by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Accession date: April 22, 2009)
Lee M. Friedman Fund