Original Etching in colours, 1990, signed by the artist in pencil (I cannot make out the watermark on this paper - it appears to be Morium du Gil 999)
Size: 770 x 580 mms (Paper size) ;462 x 614 mms (Plate size)
Edition: EA (Artists proof) - From an unknown edition size
Literature: This is too late to have been included in the catalogue raisonne which was published several years before the death of the artist.
Published by: Editions Maurice Garner, Paris
Public Collections: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France
Note: This comes from a small series Buffet made in 1989/1990 of the Russian Palaces. The Pavlovsk Palace, an 18th century Imperial residence built by Tsar Paul I near Saint Petersburg. After his death it became the home of his widow, Maria Feodorovna. It is now a state museum and a public park.