After David Alfaro Siqueiros "Los Centauros"

The seller in Spitafields Market in London told me this print is from 1920x but there is no signature of Henri Matisse on it as well as there is no writing of the edition.


Approximately 30x40 cm

Acquired From:

Flea Market

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Anne M.

Mearto specialist

June 3, 2024
Fair Market Value:

Hello Olga, Thank you very much for submitting your item for an appraisal and for your patience! The presented object appears to be a print after an original Henri Matisse drawing. It measures approximately 30 x 40cm and is in relatively good condition, with some wear visible in the bottom corners and some creasing of the paper. There is no signature or edition number. To my knowledge, there have been at least two runs of this print: one published by San Lazzaro in a numbered edition of 500 for the art review "XXe Siècle 3" and one for Editions Chroniques du Jour in an edition of 650, which was published in 1929 and not numbered. Based on the information provided by the seller when you purchased the piece and the fact that it is not numbered, I would surmise that yours is from the latter run. I've seen a few of these on the market, however they do not fetch more than $100 at auction or at retail value: Therefore, I would estimate the current fair market value at $50 to 100. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments section below. Thank you again and have a wonderful day! Kind regards, Anne