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    One of Only Twenty Sets, With Lithographs Signed by the Artist

    Chaim Gross. The Song of Songs, A Suite of Nine Lithographs After the Water Colors Painted by the Artist. New York: The Print Club, 1980.

    Special "Sponsor's Edition" limited to 20 copies, of which this is numbered v/xx. Portfolio with loose sheets of handmade Japanese Kozo Kyokushi paper (approximately 21 x 17 inches) laid in, as issued. Nine color lithographs, each signed in pencil by Chaim Gross.

    Lithographs laid in printed wrapper, housed in a gilt-stamped blue cloth clamshell box. Fine.

    After Gross' original watercolors, inspired by the biblical text of King Solomon's famed love poems.

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    The overall edition was published in four separate named "editions" containing 250 set in total: the Sponsor's Edition is considered quite desirable as it was printed on superior Japanese handmade paper known for allowing particularly sharp and precise ink transfer.

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