Created in c.1904, this piece was printed on Japon paper from the extremely rare deluxe edition of only 50. The luxurious handmade Japan paper is a heavyweight organic medium, which produces darker and more saturated impressions than the traditional vellum. In addition, the piece has deckle, or hand-torn edges, which accentuate the texture and quality of the paper and print. This work was printed by Ambroise Vollard in 1919 for the Album des douze lithographies originales de Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Printed by Auguste Clot, Paris, this work is signed in the stone in the lower left. All of the stones were de-faced after the publication, as documented by Joseph Stella.