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LOUISE BOURGEOIS (1911-2010)

 
LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in. LOUISE BOURGEOIS - Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence - engraving - 8 x 6 in.
Plate 5 of 9 from He Disappeared Into Complete Silence1946 - 19478 x 6 in. engraving
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Private Collection, Houston
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He Disappeared into Complete Silence, first edition, 1947

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