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Piero Guccione

The Manifestation - Etching and Drypoint by Piero Guccione - 1964
Located in Roma, IT
The Manifestation is an original Etching and Drypoint realized by Piero Guccione in 1964. Hand
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1960s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Etching, Drypoint

The Figure - Etching and Drypoint by Piero Guccione - 1964
Located in Roma, IT
The Figure is an original Etching and Drypoint realized by Paul Petit in 1964. Hand-signed. Numbered, 41/50. The artwork is depicted through confident strokes in a well-balanced c...
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1960s Modern Figurative Prints

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Etching, Drypoint

Images
Located in Kansas City, MO
PIERO GUCCIONE "Images" Year: 1968 Medium: Lithograph in four colors Edition: 100 Size: 23.6 x 17.6
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1960s Modern Prints and Multiples

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Lithograph

Images
Images
H 23.6 in W 17.6 in
Composition - Etching and Drypoint by P. Guccione - 1964
Located in Roma, IT
Composition is an original Etching and Drypoint realized by Paul Petit in 1964. Hand-signed. Numbered, 41/50. The artwork is depicted through confident strokes in a well-balanced ...
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1960s Contemporary More Prints

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Drypoint, Etching

(Partial) Portfolio containing 3 (three) lithographs and etchings
By Grafica
Located in Kansas City, MO
in. Publisher: Il Torcoliere, Rome - Italy Signed and numbered Ref: LDV_1909_01 PIERO GUCCIONE
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1960s Modern Figurative Prints

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Etching, Lithograph, Screen

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