13 on fabric; plus an edition of 10 on paper with 3 A.P., 2 P.P., and 1 B.A.T.
There are variations in the fabrics used in this edition, as is commonly found in the old fabrics Bourgeois chose to use as printing surfaces.
The logo at the bottom of this work is that of the French department store, Le Bon Marché. This selvage marking was printed on their bolts of fabric sold by length. Bourgeois owned the original fabric and Solo Impression later reproduced the logo as seen here. The drawing, "Medical Plate," included in the Related Works in Other Mediums below, was drawn on fabric from the same bolt.
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