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59. Gaetano Pesce, a ‘Broadway’ chair, produced by Bernini, Italy, 1993.


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1. Piero Fornasetti, a set of 12 ‘Maschere Italiane’ porcelain plates, Milan, Italy. Different printed and painted Commedia dell’Arte motifs, marked FORNASETTI MILANO MADE IN ITALY 1–12, diameter 26,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790

2. Piero Fornasetti, a set of six ‘Piscibus’ porcelain plates, Milano, Italy. Decorated with printed and painted patterns of different fish, stamped maker’s marks in black and one in blue: ‘PISCIBUS FORNASETTI MILANO MADE IN ITALY 1955’ with different numbers: 1, 1, 3, 3, 4 and 5. Diameter 25,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 680 – 1 860

3. Piero Fornasetti, a pair of bookends, Milano, Italy 1960’s. Lacquered metal with printed decorations in gold, marked underneath Milano Made in Italy, height 15,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 4 000 – 5 000 / EUR 380 – 470


77. Jonatan Nilsson, ‘Mirror lamp’, a unique wall lamp, Studio Jonatan Nilsson, 2017.


4. Aldo Tura, a bar cabinet, Italy 1950–60’s. Lacquered goatskin on wood, mahogany, brass details, interior with mirror glass and two glass shelves. Label marked: Vetri CB Seveso and the back: Ferd. Lundquist Stockholm Göteborg Malmö and with pen: 1264. Height 123 cm, width 60 cm, depth 40 cm. Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

5. Aldo Tura, attributed to, a side table, Italy 1950–60’s. The top covered in painted goat leather with motifs of instruments, base in stained wood, height 42 cm, 93 x 53 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

6. Piero Fornasetti, an umbrella stand, Milan, Italy. Printed architectural decoration in black and white, brass details, maker’s mark underneath. Height 57 cm, diameter 26,5 cm. Literature: Patrick Mauries, ‘Fornasetti, designer of dreams’, Thames & Hudson 1991, reprinted 2010, compare the model illustrated p 158.

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


7. A pair of 1940’s easy chairs, probably for Berga Möbler, Sweden. Upholstered in sheepskin with two buttons, feet in stained beech, seat height 42 cm, height 85 cm. Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

8. Falkenbergs belysning, model ‘7070’, two floor lamps, Sweden 1960's. Lacquered metal, brass, perforated shades in metal, adjustable height 86–135 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

9. Harry Bertoia, a ‘Diamond Chair Wide’, for Knoll International, possibly on licence by Nordiska Kompaniet, 1950–60's. White and black lacquered steel, sheepskin included, height 66,5 cm, width 111,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


79. Sigurdur Gustafsson, a ‘Copy and Paste’ chair for Källemo, Värnamo.


10. Olle Baertling, a carpet, ‘Yoy’, handtufted, Baertling/Asplund, circa 201,5 x 99 cm. A design in green, violet and black by Olle Baertling. The carpet is produced by Asplund in connection with the Baertling–stiftelsen (the Baertling–foundation) after the first painting in this series. It is handtufted in India around 1999. ‘Yoy’ is produced in 50 examples. Two labels at the back. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

11. Ib Kofod Larsen, a ‘FA–66’ teak sideboard, for Faarup Møbelfabrik, Denmark 1950–60's. Four drawers and four doors, interior with shelves and one section with five drawers. Marked with stamp (blurred) to the back. Length 230 cm, depth 49,5 cm, height 76,5 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

12. John Kandell, six oak chairs for S:t Nicolai chapel, Helsingborg, Sweden 1956, probably executed by cabinetmaker David Sjölinder. Seat height 45 cm, height 80 cm. Literature: Gunilla Lundahl, John Kandell: balanskonstnär : solitär : rävröd, Raster, Stockholm 1992, see the chairs illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860


13. Florence Knoll, an ‘Oval 96’ table for Knoll International, post 1961. Oval shaped top in walnut veneer, the base in chromed plated and lacquered metal, height 72 cm, length 195 cm, width 120 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

14. Ettore Sottsass, a black glazed ceramic ‘Cubic vase model 585’, Società Ceramica Toscanadi Figline, Italy, 1962. Height 22 cm, width and depth 22 cm, signed Sottsass Il Sestante 585 Italy. Literature: Ferrari Fulvio, Sottsass: Tutta la Ceramica, p. 100.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

15. Bruno Mathsson, a beech daybed for Karl Mathsson, Sweden 1968. Seat upholstered with a beige fabric, leather buttons, marked underneath Firma Karl Mathsson 1968, width 95 cm, length 195 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720


27. Charles and Ray Eames, ‘La Chaise’, Vitra 2012.


16. Sam Larsson, a ‘Fenix’ chaise longue, Dux, Sweden 1960's. Base in brushed stainless steel, armrests and cushion covered in leather, seat and back covered in original canvas, adjustable seat position, height 70–94 cm, length circa 158 cm. Literature: Illustrated in the ‘Bra Bohag’ product catalogue, 1967/68. The model Fenix was just released at this time.

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

17. Anders Pehrson, a ‘Bumling’ table for Ateljé Lyktan, Sweden 1960–70's. Base in white lacquered aluminium, top in white transparent plastic with light socket inside, marked with label Ateljé Lyktan, height 48 cm, diameter 89 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

18. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a ceiling lamp, model T606/95, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70's. Polished brass, 6 shades with silk fringes, marked with label Hans Agne Jakobsson AB Markaryd, diameter 95 cm, height circa 70 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


19. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, a ceiling lamp, model T607, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70's. Polished brass, silk fringes, marked with label Hans Agne Jakobsson AB Markaryd T607, length 51 cm, adjustable height circa 145 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

20. Olle Baertling, a carpet, ‘Erey’, handtufted, Baertling/ Asplund, circa 199 x 100,5 cm. A design in green, red and black by Olle Baertling. The carpet is produced by Asplund in connection with the Baertling–stiftelsen (the Baertling–foundation) after a painting. It is handtufted in India around 1999. ‘Erey’ is produced in 50 examples. Two labels at the back. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

21. Henrik Thor–Larsen, an ‘Ovalia’ easy chair, for Torlan AB, Sweden 1960–70's. Fiberglass reinforced plastic, orange velvet uppholstery, aluminium base, height circa 130 cm, width circa 95 cm, depth circa 95 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790


84. Mats Theselius, an ‘El Dorado’ easy chair for Källemo, Sweden, post 2002.


22. Erling Viksjø, a coffee table for A/S Conglo, Norway, 1960–70's. Topp in polished stone conglomerate with brass lining, base in mahogany, height 42,5 cm, diameter 100 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

23. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, an ‘Estrella’ ceiling lamp, model T580/75, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70's. Polished brass, 112 clear glass rods, marked with label Hans Agne Jakobsson AB Markaryd T580/75, diameter 75 cm, height 45 cm. Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 75 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 970

24. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, an ‘Estrella’ ceiling lamp, model T581/35, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70's. Polished brass, 24 clear glass rods, diameter 35 cm, marked with label Hans Agne Jakobsson AB Markaryd T581, height 33 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


25. Joe Colombo, an ‘Elda’ lounge chair, for Comfort, Italy 1960–70's. Fiberglass reinforced plastic frame with swivel base, separable black leather cushions, height 92 cm, seat height circa 38 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

26. Maria Boström, a carpet, ‘Sideways’, a printed decor after a painting by Maria Boström for Moooi carpets 2018, circa 301,5 x 298 cm. An ivory ground with an abstract polychrome pattern. A label at the back. (d)

Estimate: SEK 9 000 – 10 000 / EUR 840 – 930

27. Charles and Ray Eames, ‘La Chaise’, Vitra 2012. Glassfiber reinforced white plastic, base in chrome plated steel on oak legs, marked with label and date of manufacture, height 90 cm, width 150 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790


28. Gino Sarfatti, a ‘2109/Le Sfere’, ceiling lamp for Flos, Italy. Chrome plated metal, 12 shades in clear glass, height 110 cm, diameter circa 82 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

29. Arne Norell, ‘Ari’, a pair of white leather easy chairs and one ottoman for Norell Möbel AB, Sweden. Base in brushed steel, marked with label, height 76 cm. Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

30. Achille Castiglioni, & Pier Giacomo, a pair of table lamps, ‘Taccia’, for Flos, Italy 1960–70's. Aluminium base, glass shade with metal lid, marked with label FLOS Taccia 121, height 59 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860


31. Rolf Rickard Thies, a unique executive desk and chair, 1970's, made for the architect’s private home. Base in steel, top in white laminate with pine lining, height 74 cm, 204 x 102 cm. The chair in beech, the seat covered in violet leather with details in brass nails, height 110 cm, seat height 42 cm. Provenance: Rolf Rickard Thies’ private home, Furuboda, Skåne, Sweden, executed 1977–2006. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

32. Paolo Venini and Massimo Pistilli, a ‘Palotta’ glass ceiling lamp, Venini, Italy 1960–70's. Glass bowl in grey tones with 18 smaller glass bowls in blue, clear and grey toned colours, fixture in chrome plated metal, the diameter of the large bowl circa 40 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

33. Arne Norell, ‘Ari’, a pair of white leather easy chairs for Norell Möbel AB. Base in brushed steel, marked with label, height 76 cm. Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720


34. Robert & Trix Haussmann, a floor lamp for Swiss Lamps International, 1970’s.


21. Henrik Thor–Larsen, an ‘Ovalia’ easy chair, for Torlan AB, Sweden 1960–70’s.


34. Robert & Trix Haussmann, a floor lamp for Swiss Lamps International, 1970's. Brushed white metal, 13 arms with sockets, height 164 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

35. Werther Toffolino & Piero Palange, a ‘Hoop’ easy chair for Germa, Italy 1970's. Natural leather, beech, height 105 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

36. Rolf Rickard Thies, a unique side table, Sweden 1970's, for the architect’s private home. Base in laqcuered steel, top in white laminate with pine lining, height 52 cm, 154 cm x 54 cm. Provenance: Rolf Rickard Thies private home, Furuboda, executed 1977–2006. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


37. Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm, a ‘Bo 561’, easy chair for Bo–Ex, Denmark 1960–70's.

38. Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm, a ‘Bo 561’, easy chair for Bo–Ex, Denmark 1960–70's.

Brushed steel, black leather, height 65 cm.

Brushed steel, black leather, height 65 cm.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

39. Robert Indiana, a carpet, ‘White on Black’, Chosen Love, hand tufted in 1995, circa 302 x 305 cm, Robert Indiana. A cut decoration and a signature in relief. A signed label at the back: numbered 112/125. ‘Hand made in Israel. Materials: Skein dyed, hand carved and hand tufted, Archival New Zealand wool on stretched canvas with natural latex backing’. The design LOVE was created by Robert Indiana in the 1960's. Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720


58. Frank Gehry, ‘Wiggle side chair & stool’, Vitra, 21st century.


25. Joe Colombo, an ‘Elda’ lounge chair, for Comfort, Italy 1960–70’s.


40. Piero Fornasetti, a room divider, Milano, Italy 2013. Black and white printed decoration of facades. Maker’s mark FORNASETTI MILANO MADE IN ITALY N.1 Di2 –2013. Height 205 cm, each section 50 cm, total width 200 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

41. Angelo Mangiarotti, a Cararra marble ‘Eros’ dining table for Skipper, Italy 1970–80's. Oval shaped top on four cone shaped legs, length 240 cm, width 145 cm, height 72 cm. Provenance: Bought by the present owner’s parents during the 1970–80's.

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

42. Piero Fornasetti, a ‘Sole Raggiante’ cube table/ cabinet, Milano, Italy 2008. Printed black and white lacquered decoration on wood, interior with a mahogany drawer, glass top, Maker’s mark Fornasetti Milano Made in Italy N1 d,3 /2008, 50 x 50 cm, height 50 cm. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


43. Nils Kölare, a wall textile, a triptych, ‘TRE–SAM I’, ‘TRE–SAM II’ and ‘TRE–SAM III’, Nils Kölare, Handarbetets Vänner, Stockholm, 1987. Circa 465,5 x 59, 464,5 x 58,5 and 465 x 59 cm. A polychrome design in a variety of textile material and silver coloured fabric, applications and machine embroidery. ‘TRE–SAM I’ and ‘TRE–SAM III’ made by Gunnel Andersson, ‘TRE–SAM II’ made by Gun Aschan. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

44. Jonas Bohlin, a ‘Concrete’ armchair, Källemo, Värnamo, Sweden 1981. Concrete and iron. Signed 6/100 JONAS BOHLIN. Height 90 cm, width 49 cm, depth 57 cm, seat height 45,5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940

45. Johanna Lagercrantz, a green lacquered ‘Parad’ cabinet for Lammhults Möbel AB, Sweden, executed in an edition of 55 examples, post 1989. Metal and glass, feet handles and the middle shelf in cherry, four shelves in glass, height 200 cm, width 74 cm, depth 37 cm. Exhibitions: The model was shown at the exhibition ‘Skåp’ (Cabinets) at Millesgården, Stockholm 1992.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


23. Hans–Agne Jakobsson, an ‘Estrella’ ceiling lamp, Markaryd, Sweden 1960–70’s.


60. Lindsey Adelman, a bronze ceiling lamp, ‘Branching Disc, BD.09.01’, Studio Lindsey Adelman, Los Angeles, USA, 2006.


46. Ettore Sottsass, an ‘Quisisiana’ ceiling lamp, Memphis, Italy post 1981. Metal, enamelled in different coloures, marked with label Memphis Milano E. Sottsass 1981 Made in Italy, length circa 103 cm. Literature: Memphis: Furniture Milano, manufacturer’s catalogue, 1981.

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

47. Ueli Berger, Eleanora Peduzzi–Riva and Heinz Ulrich, a ‘DS–600’ ‘Non–Stop’ sofa for De Sede, Switzerland, 1970's. Adjustable form comprising 22 interchangeable elements, seat upholstered in brown suede, length 530 cm, seat height 43 cm, height 75 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

48. Angelo Mangiarotti, a Carrara marble ‘Eros’ sofa table for Skipper, Italy 1970–80's. Oval shaped top on four cone shaped legs, length 200 cm, width 140 cm, height 40 cm. Provenance: Bought by the present owner’s parents during the 1970–80's.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


49. Nils Kölare, a carpet, ‘Kohlare – 1’, handtufted, Nils Kölare/Asplund, circa 219,5 x 158,5 cm. Handtufted in India 2006, made in only 2 examples. A modernist composition in white, black, sand colour and yellow. Two labels at the back. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

50. Jasper Morrison, a dining table and six birch laminate ‘Ply chairs / Open back’ by Jasper Morrison, Vitra, 1988–89. The table in birch plywood and chrome–plated legs, height 74 cm, 180 x 65 cm. Chairs in birch plywood, seat height 48, height 85 cm. Provenance: Acquired circa 1989 at ‘C and Bi’ in Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

51. Gérard Rigot, a sculptural chair, France, signed and dated 1992. Carved and painted wood, signed Gérard Rigot 92, height 68 cm, seat height 41 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


69. Mats Theselius, a motorcycle ‘MC hommagé à Royal Enfield’, 500 CC, for Källemo, Sweden.


85. Sigurdur Gustafsson, ‘A–EKI’ chair for Källemo, Sweden post 2016.


52. Mats Theselius, an easy chair, ‘Järn/Moccafåtöljen’, Källemo, Sweden post 1994. Sheet iron, beech wood, marked JÄRN/MOCCAFÅTÖLJEN Mats Theselius No 236/360 KÄLLEMO AB VÄRNAMO SWEDEN, height 73 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 45 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 190

53. Lars Englund, a ‘Skelder’ ceiling lamp for Källemo, Sweden, post 1995. Shade in white acrylic, rubber details, marked with label Skelder, diameter 38 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

54. Verner Panton, a set of 4 ‘Vilbert’ chairs for IKEA 1993–94. Laminated fiber board, one with label IKEA Verner Panton, seat height 45 cm, height 84 cm. Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860


55. Borek Sipek, a ‘Principessa’ ceiling lamp for Driade Italy, post 1995. Arms in brass, ceiling cup in steel, shades in white, blue and clear glass, marked with label DRIADEKOSMO, height circa 84 cm, adjustable arms with diameter 145–165 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

56. Mats Theselius, an easy chair, ‘Älgskinnsfåtöljen’, Källemo, Sweden post 1991. Iron plate, beech wood, seat in elk leather, marked ÄLGSKINNSFÅTÖLJ MATS THESELIUS 1991 49/360 KÄLLEMO SWEDEN, height 78 cm, seat height 47 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

57. Mats Theselius, an easy chair, ‘Älgskinnsfåtöljen’, Källemo, Sweden post 1991. Iron plate, beech wood, seat in elk leather, marked ÄLGSKINNSFÅTÖLJ MATS THESELIUS 1991 48/360 KÄLLEMO SWEDEN, height 78 cm, seat height 47 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


72. Francesco Binfaré, a ‘Gran Khan’, sofa for Edra, Italy post 2008.


39. Robert Indiana, a carpet, ‘White on Black’, Chosen Love.


58. Frank Gehry, ‘Wiggle side chair & stool’, Vitra, 21st century. Cardboard with paper edges, marked with labels, height of the chair 85 cm, height of the stool 40 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

59. Gaetano Pesce, a ‘Broadway’ chair, produced by Bernini, Italy, 1993. Base in steel, seat and back in green and yellow moulded resin, feet in plastic with springs, marked under the seat Gaetano Pesce Bernini Italy, height 76 cm. Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 560 – 750

60. Lindsey Adelman, a bronze ceiling lamp, ‘Branching Disc, BD.09.01’, Studio Lindsey Adelman, Los Angeles, USA, 2006. Base in oil rubbed bronze, 9 shades in porcelain, marked in the ceiling cup, length 165 cm, depth 104 cm, height circa 85 cm (a shorter arm included). Provenance: Bought directly from Studio Lindsey Adelman, Los Angeles.

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300


61. Jonas Lindvall, ‘Sacred box / Bookworm’, a storage unit, limited edition for Fosieplast 2004–2008. Yellow polyester, 5 parts on wheels, height 73 cm, length 183–275 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Jonas Lindvall.

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

62. Karim Rashid, ‘Superblob’, a chaise longue, for Edra, Italy post 2002. Black textile with details in pink transparent plastic, filled with polystyrene, marked with label Edra, length circa 210 cm. Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

63. Hanna Hansdotter, a ‘Dripping print’ glass sculpture, The Glass Factory, Boda Glasbruk, Sweden 2018. Mould blown and silvered glass, color: soft pink metallic, signed Hanna Hansdotter AP2 2018, height 46 cm. This is the AP2 in an edition of 1+2 AP (Artist’s proof). Glassblower Björn Friborg + Mikael Jacobsson. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790


44. Jonas Bohlin, a ‘Concrete’ armchair, Källemo, Värnamo, Sweden 1981.


62. Karim Rashid, ‘Superblob’, a chaise longue, for Edra, Italy.


64. Hanna Hansdotter, a ‘Clam print’ glass sculpture, The Glass Factory, Boda Glasbruk, Sweden 2018. Mould blown and silvered glass, color: silver metallic, signed Hanna Hansdotter AP1, height 44 cm. This is the AP1 in an edition of 1+2 AP (Artist’s proof). Glassblower Björn Friborg + Mikael Jacobsson. Provenance: Handelsbankens Konstförening. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

65. Ulf Rollof, a carpet, ‘The Art of War Sun Tzu’, Kasthall, tufted around 2010, circa 388,5 x 394 cm. Produced at Kasthall. Probably only one example is made in this size and colour scheme. Two labels among which one describes the quality as ‘Moss’ special at the back. A metal strip comes with this lot. Literature: About the motif: The Art of War, Sun Tzu, foreword by James Clavell, London 1981 and revised edition in 2006: ‘In the fifth century BC, Sun Tzu wrote: In peace prepare for war, in war prepare for peace. The art of war is of vital importance to the state. It is a matter of life and death. A road either to safety or ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected...’ (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

66. Åsa Jungnelius, a unique sculpture ‘Lipstick’, Myggdal, Denmark 2007. Blown and silvered glass, signed and dated Åsa Jungnelius 2007, base in brass, height 73,5 cm. Provenance: Gallery Crystal Palace. Exhibitions: First exhibited at Blås och Knåda, Stockholm, 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


67. Åsa Jungnelius, a mould blown silvered glass sculpture ‘Snippan’, edition of 3 pieces, Konstfack Sweden 2004/2009. Mould blown mirrored glass, signed Åsa Jungnelius 2009, measurements circa 54 x 34 cm, height circa 25,5 cm. Provenance: Gallery Crystal Palace. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

68. Åsa Jungnelius, a unique sculpture, ‘Storstake’, Myggdal Danmark 2004–2005. Mould blown pink glass, Swarowski stones, glass and brass chains and tassles, cast candle on top, height circa 60 cm including the candle. Provenance: Gallery Crystal Palace. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

69. Mats Theselius, a motorcycle ‘MC hommagé à royal enfield’, 500 CC, for Källemo, Sweden post 2001, edition of 9 examples. Seat height 75 cm, length circa 200 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720


32. Paolo Venini and Massimo Pistilli, a ‘Palotta’ glass ceiling lamp, Venini, Italy.


47. Ueli Berger, Eleanora Peduzzi–Riva and Heinz Ulrich, a ‘DS–600’ ‘Non–Stop’ sofa for De Sede, Switzerland, 1970’s.


70. Sigurdur Gustafsson, a ‘Rock n Roll’ rocking chair, Källemo, Sweden, post 1999. Stainless steel, numbered 18/99. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

71. Mats Theselius, a ‘The Ritz’ easy chair for Källemo, Sweden post 1994. Black lacquered steel frame, the armrests with inlays of elk horn, upholstered in black leather, the back legs with wheels. Marked with metal plaque: THE RITZ Mats Theselius 1994 No 79/90 KÄLLEMO VÄRNAMO SWEDEN. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

72. Francesco Binfaré, a ‘Gran Khan’, sofa for Edra, Italy post 2008. Upholstered base, covered with white leather, marked Edra and the leather embossed with signature, seat height 38 cm, height 64 cm, length 270 cm, depth 100 cm. Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


73. Ariadna & Nani Miquel & Marquina, a carpet, ‘Bicicleta Rug’, handmade of recycled rubber, designed for Nanimarquina. Black nuances. Circa 243,5 x 167 cm. Made in India. Two labels comes with zhis lot. From the website: ‘Bicicleta Rug designed by Ariadna Miquel & Nani Marquina for Nanimarquina. Reuse, reduce, recycle. The flexible tubes of bicycles tires from India intertwine to create textures. A conceptual rug, sustainable, and unprecedented, made from 100% recycled material, ideal for indoors and outdoors. Each piece is created with 130 to 140 bicycle tubes collected and manipulated in India. In addition to raising awareness of recycled products, Bicicleta also represents a transgressive aesthetic for the most avant–garde spaces.’ (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

74. Peter Hermansson, a ‘Pollock’ glass vase, Boda 2016. Decorated in blue, yellow, green and red against white glass ground, signed Peter Hermansson POLLOK 2016 BODA. Height 39 cm, circa 32 x 12 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

75. Peter Hermansson, two ‘graal’ glass sculptures, Boda, Sweden 2014. Decorated with faces in yellow, light blue, white and clear glass, signed Peter Hermansson BODA 2014. Length 26 and 22 cm, height 13 and 16 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 560 – 750


76. Jonatan Nilsson, a unique ‘Concretely Happy’, table/object, Studio Jonatan Nilsson, 2017. Coloured concrete, marked underneath with monogram, height 34 cm, width 33 x 33 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 5 000 – 7 000 / EUR 470 – 650

77. Jonatan Nilsson, ‘Mirror lamp’, a unique wall lamp, Studio Jonatan Nilsson, 2017. Laser cut acrylic, details in jesmonite and decorated with bolts, one light source, signed Jonatan Nilsson and with his monogram, height 62 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 560 – 750

78. C Göran Karlsson, a carpet, ‘Goran 4’, handtufted, C Göran Karlsson/Asplund, circa 223 x 163 cm, signed CGK04. Handtufted in India 2006, made in only 2 examples. A polychrome modernist composition. A label at the back. Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


79. Sigurdur Gustafsson, a ‘Copy and Paste’, chair, for Källemo, Värnamo, post 2007, edition 66/99. Oak, red, black, white and natural with poly carbonate plates, marked with label Sigurdur Gustafsson 2007 Copy and Paste no 66/99 Källemo AB Sweden, height 85 cm, seat height 45 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

80. Mats Theselius, a pair of white stained ash ‘Theselius Trä’ easy chairs for Källemo, Sweden 21st century. Beech upper rim, seat and back covered in leather, legs in chrome plated metal, seat height 48 cm, height 75 cm. Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260

81. Åsa Bengtsson, a tapestry, ‘Möte i parken’, flat weave, circa 159 x 152 cm, signed HV MF ÅB. (Handarbetets Vänner, Maria Franzén, Åsa Bengtsson), Stockholm 1991. Two labels at the back. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120


41. Angelo Mangiarotti, a Cararra marble ‘Eros’ dining table for Skipper, Italy.


82. Johan Linton, a ‘Caravaggio’ easy chair for Källemo, 1998–2002. Iron frame, seat with girths, details of oak, marked with label, VILSTOL 1 Johan Linton No 21/90 KÄLLEMO AB, height 92 cm, length circa 160 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

83. Joakim Ojanen, a stoneware object/vase, in an edition of 10 examples for Artlover Magazine 2017. Carved details, motifs in white on grey, signed Joakim Ojanen 2017, height 17 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


84. Mats Theselius, an ‘El Dorado’ easy chair for Källemo, Sweden, post 2002. Brass, natural brown leather, birch, label marked EL DORADO by Mats Theselius 2002 No 284/360 KÄLLEMO AB SWEDEN, seat heigt circa 47 cm, height 78 cm, width 65 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

85. Sigurdur Gustafsson, a plexiglass and plywood ‘A–EKI’ chair for Källemo, nr 9 in an edition of 19 examples, Sweden post 2016. Partly gilt, marked with label A’EKI Sigurdur Gustafsson No 9/19 Källemo AB Sweden, height 102 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

86. Fredrik Mattson, ‘TBC (The Black Chair Collection)’ a chair, executed in a limited edition, nr 19/22 for Blå Station, Sweden 2008. Gilt wood with a carved detail of a heart, marked with label Design Fredrik Mattson Blå Station 2008, gilt and signed by Pontus Tunander nr 19 2008, height 75 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


93. Charlotte Gyllenhammar, ‘Hang V’, 2006 (detail). Signed Charlotte Gyllenhammar on label verso. Edition 1/5. C–print silicone mounted on glass 120 x 147 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940


87. Norman Parkinson, ‘After Van Dongen’, 1959. Signed Norman Parkinson on verso. Cibachrome, image 35.5 x 25.5 cm. Sheet 43.3 x 33 cm. Provenance: Hamiltons Gallery, London. Acquired by the current owner in 1992. Literature: Terence Pepper, ”Photographs by Norman Parkinson Fifty Years of Portraits and Fashion”, 1981, illustrated on cover. Norman Parkinson, ”Lifework”, 1983, illustrated on p. 65. Louise Baring, ”Norman Parkinson: A Very British Glamour”, 2009, illustrated on p.84. Robin Muir, ”Norman Parkinson: Portraits in Fashion”, 2010, illustrated on p. 83 and cove. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

88. Christer Strömholm, ‘Pigalle, Paris’, 1955. Signed CHR Strömholm with finger print on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 27.7 x 19.6 cm. Provenance: Galleri Camera Obscura, Stockholm. Lars & Karin Hall Collection. Private Collection, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm, ‘396 Fotografiska förälskelser’, 2001. Literature: Anders Jonason & Christer Strömholm, "Konsten att vara där", 1991, illustrated on full page p. 119. Lars Hall & Gunilla Knape (ed.), "Imprints by Christer Strömholm – CHR", 1998, illustrated on full page p. 97. Joakim & Jakob Strömholm, "Christer Strömholm 1918–2002, On verra bien", 2002, illustrated on full page p. 63. Joakim Strömholm & Patric Leo (ed.),"Post Scriptum Christer Strömholm", 2012, illustrated on full page p. 3. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

89. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘1993’, 1993. From the series ‘Jobb/Work’. Signed Dawid and dated 2011. Frame designed by the photographer. Pigment print 100 x 70 cm. Literature: Dawid, ‘Jobb/Work’, 2010, illustrated on full page p. 92. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


90. Helena Blomqvist, ‘Midwinter’s Day’, 2011. Signed Helena Blomqvist and dated 2011 and numbered 3/6 on label verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Pigment print, 87 x 110 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Helena Blomqvist och Angelika Knäpper Gallery, ‘Helena Blomqvist’, 2012, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

91. Helena Blomqvist, ‘Orchard Ground’, 2011. Signed Helena Blomqvist and dated 2011 and numbered 1/6 on label verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Pigment print, 110 x 87 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Helena Blomqvist and Angelika Knäpper Gallery, ‘Helena Blomqvist’, 2012, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

92. Cecilia Ömalm, ‘Malmaison, #6 (Hunting Pavillion)’, 2007. Signed Cecilia Ömalm Krajcikova and dated 2007 and numbered 2/5 on label verso. Total edition of 5 + 1 AP. Archival cotton rag pigment print, 137 x 108 cm. Provenance: Natalia Goldin Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720


93. Charlotte Gyllenhammar, ‘Hang V’, 2006. Signed Charlotte Gyllenhammar on label verso. Edition 1/5. C–print silicone mounted on glass 120 x 147 cm. Provenance: Dep,art,ment, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940

94. Denise Grünstein, From the series ‘Jaisana’, 1999. Signed Denise Grünstein and dated 1999 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 82 x 110 cm. Literature: Denise Grünstein, Bo Nilsson e.a, ‘Figure Out’, 2010, compare image p. 15–19. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

95. Denise Grünstein, ‘Dear Prudence 3’, 2008. Signed Denise Grünstein and dated 2008 and numbered 3/6 on verso. C–print, silicone, glass 30 x 37 cm. Provenance: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm. Literature: Denise Grünstein, Bo Nilsson e.a, ‘Figure Out’, 2010, illustrated on p. 44. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860


96. Albert Watson, ‘Uma Thurman, New York City, 1993’. Signed Albert Watson and numbered 5/10 on label verso. Printed later. Archival pigment print, image 92 x 66 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

97. Andreas Kock, ‘Stalker II’, 2010. Signed Andreas Kock on label verso. Edition 6/15. C–print mounted on aluminum and framed 119 x 159 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

98. Mats Bäcker, ‘Keith Richards, Ullevi 82’, 1982. Signed Mats Bäcker and numbered 1/3 on verso. Printed in 2008. C–print, 140 x 92.5 cm. Literature: Musiktidskriften ‘Schlager’, 1982, illustrated. Lars Nylin, ‘Rockboken’, 1984, illustrated on p. 12. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580


99. ‘SUMO’, 1999. Signed Helmut Newton and numbered 00144/10000. Book published by Taschen, Monte Carlo, 1999, 71 x 51 cm. Comes in the original box from Taschen. With a metal table designed by Phillipe Starck. Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

100. Jacob Felländer, ‘The 57th Street Plan’, 2013. Signed Jacob Felländer and numbered 5/5 on verso. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. Also signed on the certificate. C–print mounted to glass 80 x 180 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

101. Terry O’Neill, ‘Faye Dunaway, Hollywood, 1977’. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered 5/50. Total edition of 50 + 10 AP. C–print, image 66 x 66 cm. Literature: Terry O’Neill, ‘Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame’, 2013, compare image on p. 104 and p. 105. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940


102. Hans Gedda, ‘Carl XVI Gustaf’, 2010. Signed Hans Gedda. Edition 4/25. Printed in 2016. Gelatin silver print, image 42.5 x 42 cm. Literature: Magnus Olausson e.a, ‘Hans Gedda, Det tredje ögat’, 2013, compare illustration on p. 106. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

103. Larry Clark, ‘Acid Lower East Side’, 1968. From the series ‘Teenage Lust’. Signed Larry Clark on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 21.3 cm. Sheet 35.5 x 27.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Larry Clark, ‘Teenage Lust’, 1983, illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

104. Larry Clark, ‘Jack Kennedy sticker’, 1963. Signed Larry Clark on verso mount. Gelatin silver print mounted to cardboard 18 x 14.5 cm. Mount 32 x 22.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


105. Larry Clark, ‘Untitled (Smoking with baby)’, 1963. From the series ‘Tulsa’. Signed Larry Clark and numbered 23/25 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 31.7 x 21 cm. Sheet 35.5 x 27.7 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: LLarry Clark, "Tulsa", 1971, illustrated. Larry Clark, "Tulsa", 2000, illustrated. Andrew Roth (ed.), "The open book: a history of the photographic book from 1878 to the present", 2004, illustrated p. 75. Anna Tellgren, "Åter till verkligheten. Fotografi ur Moderna Museets samling", 2010, illustrated on fullpage p. No. 72. Hans–Michael Koetzle, "Photographers A–Z", 2011, illustrated p. 273. Juliet Hacking (ed.), "Det här är fotografi – Hela historien från 1826 till idag", 2013, illustrated on p. 386.

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

106. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘3000’, 1988. From the series ‘Arbetsnamn skulptur’. Signed on verso. Executed in 1988. Vintage. The frame executed by the photographer. Gelatin silver print, image 24.6 x 19.6 cm. Including the original frame 54.7 x 49.6 cm. Exhibitions: Thielska Galleriet, Stockholm, ‘Mot fotografiet’, November 1989 – January 1990. Literature: Ulf Linde and Dawid, ‘Mot Fotografiet / Arbetsnamn skulptur’, 1989, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

107. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘2058’, 1985. From the series ‘Arbetsnamn skulptur’. Signed on verso. Executed in 1988. Vintage. The frame executed by the photographer. Gelatin silver print, image 19.3 x 24.5 cm. Including the original frame 49.7 x 54.7 cm. Exhibitions: Thielska Galleriet, Stockholm, ‘Mot fotografiet’, November 1989 – January 1990. Literature: Ulf Linde och Dawid, ‘Mot Fotografiet / Arbetsnamn skulptur’, 1989, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


108. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘1133’, 1983. From the series ‘Arbetsnamn skulptur’. Signed on verso. Edition 1. Executed in 1983. Vintage. The frame executed by the photographer. Gelatin silver print, image 19.4 x 24.4 cm. Including the original frame 49.6 x 54.7 cm. Exhibitions: Thielska Galleriet, Stockholm, ‘Mot fotografiet’, November 1989 – January 1990. Literature: Ulf Linde and Dawid, ‘Mot Fotografiet / Arbetsnamn skulptur’, 1989, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

109. Cecilia Edefalk, ‘Cut Out’, 1991. Triptych. All parts signed Cecilia Edefalk and dated 1998 and numbered 1 AP on the back of the frame. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Silkscreen each part 150 x 100 cm including frame. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. Literature: Västerås konstmuseum, ‘250 konstnärer från a–ö’, illustrated on p. 67. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

110. Ann Eringstam, ‘In search of wonderland 12’, 2013. Signed Ann Eringstam and numbered 3/5 on label verso. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. Digital C–print mounted to aluminum and acrylic glass 100 x 150 cm. Exhibitions: Passagen Linköpings konsthall, ‘Ann Eringstam Selected Works’, 21 March – 10 May 2015. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580


111. Anneè Olofsson, ‘The Conversations – Grande Corniche/The Dealer’, 2006. Signed Anneè Olofsson and numbered 1/3 on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum 120 x 156 cm. Provenance: Mia Sundberg Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

112. Maria Friberg, ‘Still Lives #6’, 2005. Signed Maria Friberg on verso. Edition 1/6. Cibachrome, laminate, wood 70 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

113. David Molander, ‘Klara Natt’, 2010. Signed David Molander and numbered 2/5 on label on verso. C–print mounted to aluminum and framed, 49.5 x 110 cm. Provenance: Konsthandeln, Stockholm. Literature: David Molander, ‘An Urban Anatomy’, 2013, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


114. Vik Muniz, ‘Summer, from the series Pictures of Wire’, 1996. Signed Vik Muniz and dated 1997 and numbered 3/5 on verso. Gelatin silver print 36.5 x 36 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

115. Georg Oddner, ‘Kabukiskådespelaren’, 1956. Signed Georg Oddner on verso. Copyright–stamp on verso. Printed in 1977. Gelatin silver print, image 25.5 x34 cm. Literature: Georg Oddner, ‘Närvarande’, 1984, illustrated on full page p. 109. Tio Fotografer: 40, 1998, illustrated on p. 43. Georg Oddner & Marianne Höök, ‘Georg Oddner – Genomresa’, 2003, illustrated on full page p. 209. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

116. Lennart Durehed, ‘Skarviken, 1978’. Signed Lennart Durehed and numbered 12/25 on verso. Printed in 2005. Gelatin silver print, image 36.5 x 26.5 cm. Sheet 40.5 x 30.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


140. Mikael Jansson, ‘Nürburg #4’, 2006. Signed Mikael Jansson and dated 2017 and numbered AP1 on label verso. C–print silicone mounted to glass 100 x 150 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940


117. Lennart Olson, ‘Composition’, 1952. Signed Lennart Olson and dated 1952 on verso. Vintage. Gelatin silver print 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Pontus Hultén, ‘Looking back – Vintage Photographs by Lennart Olson’, 2001, illustrated on p. 17. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

118. Hans Hammarskiöld, ‘Edward Steichen’, 1968. Signed Hans Hammarskiöld and numbered 55/100 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 47 x 47.3 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Fotografiska Museet, ‘Hans Hammarskiöld – Subjektivt sett’, 1993, illustrated. Kurt Mälarstedt, ‘Foto Hammarskiöld – Tiden och ljuset’, 2008, illustrated on full page p. 90. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

119. Gerard Malanga, ‘Timothy Baum Screen Test’, 1965. Signed Gerard Malanga. Stamped ‘Screen test by Malanga/Warhol’ on verso and with embossed stamp. Gelatin silver print, image 49 x 36.5 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


120. Gerard Malanga, ‘Jorge Luis Borges, 1975’. Signed Gerard Malanga. The photographers copyright–stamp on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 24.7 x 16.5 cm. Sheet 35.5 x 28 cm. Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 560 – 750

121. Emil Heilborn, ‘Gaslyktan, Stockholm’, 1930’s. Signed Emil Heilborn on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 24.5 cm. Sheet 40.5 x 30.5 cm. Literature: Petter Österlund (ed.), ‘Emil Heilborn’, 2003, illustrated on full page p. 53. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

122. Emil Heilborn, ‘Hundutställningen’, 1934. Signed Emil Heilborn on verso. Printed in 1999. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 26 cm. Sheet 40.5 x 30.5 cm. Literature: Petter Österlund (ed.), ‘Emil Heilborn’, 2003, illustrated on full page p. 76. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


123. Emil Heilborn, ‘Soldyrkaren/Solrökaren’, 1938. Signed Emil Heilborn on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 22.5 cm. Sheet 40.5 x 30.5 cm. Literature: Petter Österlund (ed.), ‘Emil Heilborn’, 2003, illustrated on full page p. 71. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

124. Hans Hammarskiöld, Untitled, 1949. Signed Hans Hammarskiöld and numbered 34/100 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 47.3 x 37.5 cm. Sheet 49.2 x 39 cm. Literature: Kurt Mälarstedt, ‘Foto Hammarskiöld – Tiden och ljuset’, 2008, illustrated on full page p. 53. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

125. Bill Brandt, ‘Top Withens, West Riding, Yorkshire’, 1945. Signed Bill Brandt on the mount. Gelatin silver print glued to cardboard, image 34 x 29 cm. Cardboard 51 x 40.5 cm. Literature: Bill Brandt, ‘Shadow of Light’, 1977, illustrated on pl. 106. Mark Haworth–Booth, ‘Bill Brandt Behind the Camera: Photographs 1928–1983’, 1985, illustrated on p. 58. Ian Jeffrey (ed.), ‘Bill Brandt Photographs 1928–1983’, 1993, illustrated on p. 140. Nigel Warburton, ”Bill Brandt; Selected texts and bibliography”, 1993, illustrated on p. 9. Bill Jay and Nigel Warburton, ”The Photography of Bill Brandt”, 1999, illustrated on pl. 163. Bill Brandt Archive, ”Brandt: Icons”, 2004, illustrated. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, ”Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light”, exhibition catalogue, 2013, illustrated on p. 140. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720


126. Gunnar Smoliansky, ‘Kocksgatan juli 2008’. Signed Gunnar Smoliansky on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 19 x 19 cm. Provenance: Directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

127. Andreas Kock, ‘Late Afternoon Sun’, 2006. Signed Andreas Kock and numbered AP 1/3 on the back of the frame. Lambda print, image 95 x 119 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

128. Jack Pierson, ‘Sunlight on the changing room’, 1998. Signed on verso according to the gallery label. Edition 6/10. C–print 77 x 102 cm including acrylic glass frame. Provenance: Galleri Roger Björkholmen, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


129. Terry O’Neill, ‘Faye Dunaway, Hollywood, 1977’. Signed Terry O’Neill and numbered AP. A total edition of 50 + 10 AP. Signed certificate included in Lot. C–Print, image 66 x 66 cm. Literature: Terry O’Neill, ‘Terry O’Neill: The A–Z of Fame’, 2013, illustrated on p. 104–105. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 140 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 020

130. Anton Corbijn, ‘Danny de Vito, Burbank 1999’. Signed Anton Corbijn on label verso. Edition 2/8. C–print, perspex, dibond 124 x 86 cm. Provenance: Tres Hombres Art, Halmstad. Literature: Anton Corbijn, ‘33 Still Lives’, 1999, illustrated on the cover and on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

131. Albert Watson, ‘David Bowie, The Finger, New York City, 1996’. Signed Albert Watson and numbered 7/25 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 60 x 46.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 510 – 8 370


132. Liu Bolin, ‘Hiding in the City #54’, 2007. Signed on label verso. Edition 8/8. C–print 119 x 75 cm. Provenance: Gallery Eli Klein Fine Art, New York.

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

133. Hans Gedda, ‘Nelson Mandela’, 1990. Signed Hans Gedda. Also signed and numbered 1/2 AP on verso. Gelatin silver print mounted to aluminum and framed, image 89 x 89 cm. Literature: Magnus Olausson e.a, ‘Hans Gedda; Det tredje ögat’, 2013, illustrated on full page p. 101. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940

134. Greg Gorman, ‘Tom Waits, Los Angeles, 1980’. Signed Greg Gorman and numbered 4/25 on label verso. Gelatin silver print, image 48 x 37.5 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790


135. Dennis Hopper, ‘Dennis Hopper Photographs 1961–1967, The Art Edition’, 2009. Photobook, published by Taschen in 2009. Numbered 0061/1600 + 250 AP. Book 44 x 33 cm. Original cardboard box. Including signed photograph ‘Biker Couple, 1961’, 28 x 35.5 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

136. David LaChapelle, ‘Negative Currency, 5 Yuan used as Negative’, 2010. Signed David LaChapelle and numbered 4/5 on label on verso. Chromogenic print mounted on acrylic glass and framed, image 71 x 153 cm. Estimate: SEK 225 000 – 250 000 / EUR 20 910 – 23 240

137. Leif–Erik Nygårds, ‘Marilyn Monroe photographed in Los Angeles at Bel Air Hotel, June 27th 1962’. Signed Leif–Erik Nygårds and numbered 12/32 on verso. Inkjet print, image 50 x 75 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440


138. Joel Brodsky, ‘The American Poet’, 1967. Signed Joel Brodsky and numbered 6/28. Printed later. Ink Jet print, image 76 x 76 cm. A total edition of 28 but only 9 were printed and signed by the artist before he past away. Provenance: Snap Gallery, London. Literature: Illustrated on the cover of The Doors album ‘The Best of the Doors’, 1985.Andrew Doe & John Tobler (ed.), ‘The Doors – In their own Words’, 2001, illustrated on cover.

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 170 000 / EUR 13 940 – 15 800

139. Bruce Weber, ‘C.Z Guest, Palm Beach, Florida, 1988’. Gelatin silver print, image 24 x 19 cm. Sheet 25.3 x 20.5 cm. The book ‘A House is Not a Home’ included in LOT. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Bruce Weber och Dimitri Levas (ed.), ‘A House is Not a Home’, 1996, illustrated on full page.

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

140. Mikael Jansson, ‘Nürburg #4’, 2006. Signed Mikael Jansson and dated 2017 and numbered AP1 on label verso. C–print silicone mounted to glass 100 x 150 cm. Exhibitions: Kulturhuset, Stockholm, ‘Speed of Life’, 26 May – 12 August 2007. Literature: Mikael Jansson, ‘Speed of Life’, 2007, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940


141. Lennart Durehed, ‘Santa Monica, Los Angeles, 2009’. Signed Lennart Durehed and numbered 3/5 on verso. Pigment print, image 36 x 48 cm. Sheet 42 x 59.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

142. Hans Gedda, ‘Cornelis Vreeswijk’, 1984. Signed Hans Gedda. Numbered 2/25 on verso. Archival pigment print, image 107 x 107 cm. Literature: Karlsson, ‘Det tredje ögat’, 2013, compare image p. 65. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

143. Hans Gedda, ‘Hasse & Tage’, 1980. Signed Hans Gedda and numbered 2/10. Gelatin silver print, image 103 x 78.5 cm. Literature: Hans Gedda, Magnus Olausson and Eva–Lena Karlsson, ‘Det tredje ögat’, 2013, illustrated on p. 72. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 70 000 / EUR 5 580 – 6 510


144. Hasse Persson, ‘Muhammad Ali, London, 1966’. Signed Hasse Persson. Silver gelatin print, image size 60 x 50 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

145. Larry Clark, ‘Dead’, 1970. From the series ‘Tulsa’. Signed Larry Clark and numbered 25/25 on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 21.2 cm. Sheet 35.4 x 27.7 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Larry Clark, "Tulsa", 1971, illustrated on the cover. Larry Clark, "Tulsa", 2000, illustrated on the cover. Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, "The Photobook: A History (volume 1)", 2004, illustrated p. 260. Andrew Roth (ed.), "The open book: a history of the photographic book from 1878 to the present", 2004, illustrated on p. 75. Hans–Michael Koetzle, "Photographers A–Z", 2011, illustrated p. 272.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790

146. Larry Clark, ‘Untitled (TL55)’, 1972/73. Signed Larry Clark on verso. Note by the photographers hand on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 21 x 31.7 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860


147. Larry Clark, ‘With Tantric’ och ‘The Girl Next Door – Santa Fe New Mexico – Canyon Road’, 1969. Signed Larry Clark on the mount. Gelatin silver print, collage, varying sizes ca 17 x 12 cm. Including frame 40.5 x 35 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 650 – 5 580

148. Dan Wolgers, ‘What’s wrong?’, 1993. Signed Dan Wolgers and dated 1993 on verso. Edition 3/3. C–print 134 x 127 cm including frame. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Another example exhibited at Galleri Riis, Oslo, 1993. Literature: Dan Wolgers och Liljevalchs Konsthall, ‘Dan Wolgers, Verksamhet 1977–2001’, 2001, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

149. Lars Tunbjörk, ‘Bank, Tokyo’, 1999. From the series ‘Kontor’. Signed Lars Tunbjörk and numbered 1/12 on verso. C–print, image 25.6 x 20.5 cm. Sheet 30 x 24 cm. Literature: Lars Tunbjörk, ‘Office/Kontor/Ofisu’, 2002, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


150. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), ‘210285’, 1985. From the series ‘Rost’. Signed and dated 1986 on verso. Vintage. Edition 1/5. Gelatin silver print, image 19.4 x 24.5 cm. Sheet 24 x 30 cm. Including the original frame executed by the artist 42.5 x 52.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 / EUR 1 400

151. Dawid (Björn Dawidsson), From the series ‘Jobb/Work’, 2009. Signed Dawid and numbered 9/25 on verso. Pigment print 65 x 52 cm including frame. Literature: Dawid, ‘Jobb/Work’, 2010, illustrated on full page p. 131. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

152. Robert Mapplethorpe, ‘Vase of crocuses from the Flowers series’, 1983. Signed Robert Mapplethorpe and numbered 38/40. Photogravure, image 55 x 45 cm. Sheet 80 x 63 cm. Provenance: Galleri Skarstedt, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


153. Nick Brandt, ‘Giraffes & Dust Devil, Amboseli’, 2007. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered AP 1/3. Total edition of 25 + 3 AP. Archival pigment print, image 65 x 52 cm. Literature: Nick Brandt, ‘On this Earth, a Shadow Falls’, 2010, illustrated on p. 175. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

154. Antanas Sutkus, ‘J.P Sartre in Lithuania, Nida, 1965’. Signed A. Sutkus on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 45.5 x 55.5 cm. Sheet 50 x 59.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Antanas Sutkus, ‘Sartre et Beauvoir Cinq Jours en Lituanie’, 2005, illustrated. Antanas Sutkus, ‘Retrospective’, 2009, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

155. Antanas Sutkus, ‘A Morning Bus, Vilnius,1972’. Signed Antanas Sutkus on verso. Gelatin silver print image 50.5 x 40.5 cm. Sheet 50.5 x 40.5 cm Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Antanas Sutkus, “Fotografijos/Photographs 1959– 1999”, 2000, illustrated on p. 45. Diane Neumaier and Jane Voorhees, "Beyond Memory: Soviet Nonconformist Photography and Photo–related Works of Art", 2004, illustrated. Antanas Sutkus, “Lietuvos Žmonės/People of Lithuania”, 2015, illustrated on p.113 (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


156. Antanas Sutkus, ‘Village Street, 2, Dzukija, Lithuania, 1969’. Signed A. Sutkus on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 32 x 31.5 cm. Sheet 43.5 x 40.5 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 6 000 – 8 000 / EUR 560 – 750

157. Nick Brandt, ‘Lioness with cubs under tree, Serengeti, 2004’. Signed Nick Brandt and numbered 3/8. Pigment print, image 97 x 103 cm. Provenance: Fotografiska, Stockholm. Acquired in 2011 by the current owner. Literature: Nick Brandt, ‘On this Earth, a Shadow Falls’, 2010, illustrated on p. 48. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

158. Brett Weston, ‘Cypress Trees and Swamp, North Carolina’, 1947. Signed Brett Weston and dated 1947 on verso. Vintage. Gelatin silver print glued to cardboard, image 19.5 x 24.5 cm. Cardboard 30.7 x 35.7 cm. It is part of the Brett Weston Archive: Unpublished/Unseen. Provenance: Dody Weston Thompson, who received it directly from Brett Weston.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790


159. Åke E:son Lindman, ‘Terra Ignota #336’, 2015. Signed Åke E:son Lindman and dated 2015 and numbered A.P on verso. Pigment print, image 140 x 160 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

160. Blaise Reutersward, ‘DL1217’, 2015. Signed Blaise Reuterswärd on verso. Edition 5/5. Total edition of 5 + 2 AP. C–print diasec mounted and framed 180 x 230 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

161. Helena Blomqvist, ‘Dress Rehersal’, 2011. Signed Helena Blomqvist and dated 2011 and numbered 3/6 on label verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Pigment print, 87 x 110 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Helena Blomqvist and Angelika Knäpper Gallery, ‘Helena Blomqvist’, 2012, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510


162. Helena Blomqvist, ‘The Ivy Room’, 2011. Signed Helena Blomqvist and dated 2011 and numbered 4/6 on label verso. Total edition of 6 + 2 AP. Pigment print, 110 x 87 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. Literature: Helena Blomqvist and Angelika Knäpper Gallery, ‘Helena Blomqvist’, 2012, illustrated on full page. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

163. Luis Gispert, ‘Blue Car’, 2010. Signed L Gispert and numbered 4/6 on verso. C–print 125 x 185 cm including frame. Provenance: Mallorca Landings, Palma de Mallorca.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940

164. Florian Maier–Aichen, ‘Untitled Valley’, 2003. Signed Florian Maier–Aichen and dated 2003 and numbered 3/6 on label affixed to the back of the frame. C–print, image 126 x 158 cm. Provenance: Blum & Poe, Los Angeles. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890


165. JR, ‘28 millimètres, Portrait of a Generation, Ladj Ly’, 2004. Signed JR and numbered 30/80. Published by Tate Modern in 2008. Offset, image 42 x 61 cm. Sheet 48 x 68 cm. Provenance: Steven Kasher Gallery, New York. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

166. Lars Tunbjörk, From the series ‘Wunderbaum’. Diptych. Signed Lars Tunbjörk and numbered 3/15. Pigment print 63 x 48 cm per part. Including frame 88 x 125 cm. Provenance: Gun Gallery, Stockholm. Hötorgets konstförening, lottery. Exhibitions: Gun Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Lars Tunbjörk: Wunderbaum’, October 2012, another example exhibited. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

167. Liu Bolin, ‘Hiding in the City #95’, 2010. Signed on the certificate. Edition 5/8. C–print 118 x 150 cm. Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440


168. Adam Fuss, ‘Untitled (Red Bird, Red Leaves)’, 1994. Unique. Cibachrome photogram 36 x 28 cm. Provenance: Laura Carpenter Fine Art, Santa Fe. Robert Miller Gallery, New York. Private collection, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

169. Ingrid Orfali, ‘Narrskeppet II’, 1985. Signed Ingrid Orfali and dated 85. Cibachrome 98 x 98 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

170. Larry Clark, Untitled, from the series ‘Tulsa’, 1971. Signed Larry Clark on verso. Bears dedication on verso. Gelatin silver print, image 20,5 x 14 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Larry Clark, ‘Tulsa’, 1971, illustrated. Larry Clark, ‘Tulsa’, 2000, illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860


171. Larry Clark, ‘David & Lonnie, Tulsa, 1963’. Signed Larry Clark multiple times. Gelatin silver print, image 21 x 31.5 cm. Sheet 27.7 x 35.2 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer. Literature: Larry Clark, ‘Tulsa’, 1971, illustrated. Larry Clark, ‘Tulsa’, 2000, illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

172. Larry Clark, From the series ‘1992’, 1992. Signed Larry Clark on verso. Dedication on verso. Gelatin silver print 33.5 x 22 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the photographer by the current owner. Literature: Larry Clark, ‘1992’, 1992, illustrated on the cover. Déjà Vu Magazine ‘No. 13: Larry Clark and Sebastiao Salgado’, 1993, illustrated.

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

173. Gisèle Freund, ‘Frida Kahlo, Mexico City, 1948’. Signed Giséle Freund on verso. Copyright–stamp on verso. C–print, image 31.7 x 30 cm. Sheet 44 x 34 cm. Literature: Gisèle Freund, ‘Catalogue de l’oeuvre photographique Gisèle Freund’, 1991, illustrated on p. 171. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


174. Gisèle Freund, ‘James Joyce, Paris, 1939’. Signed Gisèle Freund. Copyright stamp on verso. Printed in 1977. A total edition 30 + 6 AP/PP. Dye transfer print, image 30.5 x 20.3 cm. Sheet 46.5 x 36 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

175. Gisèle Freund, ‘Jean Cocteau, Paris, 1939’. Signed Gisèle Freund. Copyright stamp on verso. Printed in 1977. A total edition of 30 + 6 AP/PP. Dye transfer print, image 29 x 20 cm. Sheet 46.3 x 35.3 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

176. Gisèle Freund, ‘Virginia Woolf, 1939’. Signed Gisèle Freund. Copyright stamp on verso. Printed in 1977. A total edition 30 + 6 AP/PP. Dye transfer print, image 39 x 20 cm. Sheet 46.3 x 35.5 cm. Literature: Musee National d’art moderne Centre Pompidou, ‘Gisele Freund Itineraires’ , 1991, illustrated on p. 146. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


Meta Isæus–Berlin In the deepest recesses of the cave the darkness envelops the shimmering brightness of the stalagmites. A flowing painting style captures the smell of damp and minerals. At the heart of the mountain grotto water drips and light shines through an opening in the roof. Here new formations of shining crystals are formed. With an exceptional energy and a painterly sensuality Meta Isæus–Berlin has created a thoroughly unique visual language. Her creations are often based on the notion of mirroring, and on subtle shifts in reality. This generates a tension in her work and a vertiginous feeling in her compositions. Isæus–Berlin graduated from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm in 1993. The painting ‘The Cave’ was executed in the mid 1990s when the artist had begun to progress into painting after years of mainly working with installations. Since 2006, when a major solo show of Isæus–Berlin’s work was

248. Rolf Hanson, ‘Runtom trappa’ (detail). Signed Rolf Hanson and dated 2011 on verso. Panel 118 x 97 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 350 000 – 400 000 / EUR 32 619 – 37 279

shown at Liljevalchs Konsthall in Stockholm, painting has been her principal mode of expression. However, her ongoing exhibition at Waldermarsudde, ‘Nattlogik’ (5th October 2019 – 16th February 2020), sees a return to installation art, but in combination with new paintings. Meta Isæus–Berlin’s painting work has been described as intelligent and passionate. In Sweden her art has been exhibited at, for example, Bror Hjorth’s House in Uppsala, Borås Konstmuseum and Liljevalchs Konsthall. Internationally her work has been shown in Venice, Cologne, Hong Kong, Miami, and in Barcelona. 187. Meta Isæus–Berlin, ‘The Cave’. Signed MI–B and Meta Isaeus–Berlin and dated 2011 on verso. Canvas 180 x 180 cm. (d) Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 440 – 9 300 EUR


177. Jan Håfström, Untitled. Signed Jan Håfström and dated 2006 on verso. Panel 61 x 61 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

178. Anna Bjerger, ‘Lager’. Signed Anna Bjerger and dated 2010 on verso. Oil on aluminum 60 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Konsthallen/Magasinet, Varberg, ‘Under yta, över tid’, 2011. ALP/Peter Bergman, Stockholm, ‘Strange Talents’, 8 April – 8 May 2010. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260

179. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Ett baby–monument och en Olle Baertling–tavla’. Signed M.L De Geer Bergenstråhle and dated 1980. Gouache on silk 40 x 31 cm including the original frame executed by the artist. Provenance: Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm, solo exhibition, 12 – 30 April 1980, No. 6. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720


180. Helene Billgren, ‘På väg till landskap’. Signed Helene Billgren and dated 08 on verso. Acrylic on panel 109 x 76 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Free Kitten’, 19 March – 19 April 2009. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

181. Marie–Louise Ekman, Untitled. Printed white label with ‘Marie–Louise de Geer Bergenstråhle’ underneath, dated 1947 and 2005. Mixed media in a sardine can. Height 6, width 11 cm. Provenance: Inez Svensson, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

182. Anna Camner, ‘Black Ships Ate the Sky’. Signed Anna Camner and dated 2007 on verso. Oil on plexi glass 36 x 36 cm. Provenance: Natalia Goldin Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 90 000 / EUR 6 524 – 8 388


183. Lars Lerin, ‘Risør’. Signed Lars Lerin and dated Risør nov –86. Water colour 59 x 77 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940

184. Lars Englund, ‘Pars pro toto’. Signed Englund and dated 2000. Sculpture, cintred steel, 50 x 32 x 34 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

185. Jan Håfström, ‘Fantomen och Devil’. Signerad Jan Håfström och daterad 2008. Mixed media and relievo 70 x 91 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300


186. Torsten Andersson, ‘Tygskulptur IV’. Signed Torsten Andersson on verso. Executed in 2004. Canvas 150 x 130 cm. Exhibitions: Åmells Konsthandel, Stockholm, Torsten Andersson, 2004, Cat. No. 80. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 270 – 18 590

187. Meta Isæus–Berlin, ‘The Cave’. Signed MI–B and Meta Isaeus–Berlin and dated 2011 on verso. Canvas 180 x 180 cm. Exhibitions: Baukunst Galerie, Cologne, ‘Moon Dreams’, 8 September – 11 November 2011. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR

188. Rolf Hanson, ‘NIBOURE’. Signed Rolf Hanson and dated –86 on verso. Panel 150 x 122 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 70 000 – 80 000 / EUR 6 510 – 7 440


189. Johan Furåker, ‘The Pathological Tourist, Albert Dadas’. Signed Johan Furåker and dated –08 on verso. Panel 47 x 85 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. Exhibitions: Malmö Art Academy MFA graduation exhibition, ‘The Pathological Tourist: Albert Dadas’, 2009. CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, ‘Le Premier Fugueur’ curated by Alexis Vaillant, 10 February – 24 April 2011. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580

190. Ragnar Persson, Untitled. Signed Ragnar. Mixed media on paper 42 x 59.6 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120

191. Alfred Boman, Untitled. Signed Alfred Boman and dated 2014 on verso. Mixed media on canvas 192 x 146 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


192. Ross Chisholm, ‘OP 2000 (Last Days)’. Signed Ross Chisholm and dated –09. Canvas 30 x 25 cm. Provenance: Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York. Exhibitions: Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, ‘Ross Chisholm – Fin’, 18 June – 31 July 2009. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

193. Lisa Jonasson, From the series ‘Ett samlingsnamn för allt levande’. Signed Lisa Jonasson and dated 2007 on verso. Indian ink on paper 72 x 100 cm. Provenance: Galleri Mårtensson & Persson, Stockholm/Båstad. Exhibitions: Galleri Mårtensson & Persson, Båstad, ’Lösning söker problem‘, 23 July – 23 August 2009. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

194. Hanna Sjöstrand, ‘Bruises No. 10 (Blåmärke: Gabo Camnitzer)’. Signed and dated 2012 on verso. Oil on MDF 169 x 122 cm. Provenance: Galleri Thomas Wallner, Simris. Exhibitions: Galleri Thomas Wallner, Simris, ‘Bruises’/‘Adaption’, 9 February – 10 March 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720


195. Donald Baechler, ‘Crowd study’. Signed DB and dated 1996 on verso. Acrylic and collage on canvas 60 x 60 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund.

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

196. Mimmo Paladino, Untitled. Signed M Paladino and dated 89 and numbered 4/6. Bronze. Height 34 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

197. Mimmo Paladino, Untitled. Signed M Paladino and dated –89 and numbered 4/6 under. Bronze. Height 34 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790


198. Fernandez Arman, ‘What Happened to the Flowers ? (Hommage à Andy Warhol)’. Signed Arman. Mixed media (accumulation torn sheets of printed paper in plexi box). 91.5 x 91.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 175 000 / EUR 13 940 – 16 270

199. Fernandez Arman, ‘Statue of Liberty, horizontally sliced’. Signed Arman and numbered 1/1. Patinated bronze. Height 85 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

200. Ulf Rollof, ‘RGB Navy Blue, Lavender, Dark Purple’. Triptyche. Signed Rollof and dated 2007. Acrylic, float glass and metal holders, with 9 mm revolver shots, each 99 x 69 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 620 – 13 940


Martin Wickström Ahead of Martin Wickström’s last exhibition ‘Paradiso (Out of the Red)’, that took place during the winter of 2018, Galerie Forsblom described his work brilliantly: ‘From the breath–taking play of light across building facades to dizzying mountain passes, Martin Wickström combines paintings, models and ready– mades in intricate installations into presentations ranging from a personal

family album to the international political arena. In Wickström’s work, psychoanalysis and semiotics meet in an interaction between the documentary and private life. Previously existing cultural material – documentary photographs, portraits of film stars from days gone by, or fragments from a Spiderman cartoon – mingle with personal experiences and elements from recent history. Everything is skilfully combined in a balancing act between pop art and Swedish melancholy. Something seductive emerges from Wickström’s


process: in the colouring, highlights and brushwork. At times the shimmering sediment of the enchanting painting is shattered by sawed off and white– painted shapes, brutally screwed to the surface of the painting – a silhouette of a residential complex or a simple office chair. The sign occupies the foreground, though its information is greatly reduced. Meanwhile, these components demand to be anchored in a room other than the one depicted. The perspective shifts from signs to motifs, from mass culture to melancholy.’

202. Martin Wickström, ‘Stranded’. Signed Martin Wickström and dated 2005 on verso. Oil on canvas with assemblage 88 x 200 cm. (d) Estimate: 200 000 – 250 000 SEK / 18 590 – 23 240 EUR


201. Clay Ketter, Untitled. Signed Clay Ketter and dated 2012 on verso. Assemblage with building materials, acrylic glass 85 x 88 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

202. Martin Wickström, ‘Stranded’. Signed Martin Wickström and dated 2005 on verso. Oil on canvas with assemblage 88 x 200 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Eskilstuna konstmuseum, ‘Anita och havet’, 23 August – 12 October 2008. Literature: ‘99_09 Martin Wickström’, 2009, illustrated spread p. 316–317. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 590 – 23 240

203. Håkan Rehnberg, Untitled. Signed Håkan Rehnberg and dated 2001 on verso. Oil on acrylic glass 115 x 100 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


204. Karin Mamma Andersson, ‘Kärringa var blek, barna skrek’ and ‘En får inga ro te äte’. From the series ‘Aptitretare’. Diptych. Executed in 1998. Oil on wooden board 50 x 70 cm and diameter 52 cm. Provenance: Kooperativa Förbundet Collection. Acquired to the centennial jubilee in 1999. Exhibitions: Konstakademien, Stockholm, ‘Aptitretare’, 1999. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 270 – 18 590

205. Jockum Nordström, ‘Untitled’. Signed Jockum and dated 2014 and numbered 4/15. Published by Salon Verlag & Edition, Köln. Unique painted cardboard sculpture 13 x 9 cm. Provenance: Gerhard Theewen, founder of Salon Verlag, Cologne. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260

206. Jockum Nordström, ‘Utan titel’. Signed Jockum and dated 2014 and numbered 8/15. Published by Salon Verlag & Edition, Köln. Unique painted cardboard sculpture 18.3 x 7 cm. Provenance: Gerhard Theewen, founder of Salon Verlag, Cologne. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260


Karin Broos Karin Broos is above all known for her photo–realist motifs, found in everyday life and her own environment. Her subjects centre on the home, the studio and the nature of Värmland. But with the series of paintings which the piece in the auction ‘Ny generation’ forms part of, Broos has also directed her attention eastwards towards Latvia.

315. Karin Broos, ‘Det gula rummet’. Signed Karin Broos and dated 2010 on verso. Canvas 105 x 200 cm. (d) Estimate: 300 000 – 400 000 SEK / 23 240 – 27 890 EUR 212. Karin Broos, ‘Fönstret III’. Signed Karin Broos on verso. Canvas 140 x 106 cm. (d) Estimate: 250 000 – 300 000 SEK / 27 890 – 37 180 EUR

Broos portrays women’s lives at different ages. By using photography as her template she examines differences and gaps between painting and photography. Broos finds her inspiration in contemporary artists such as Gerhard Richter, Edward Hopper and Ola Billgren, as well as late 19th century masters like Anders Zorn and Vilhelm Hammershoi. The figures in her paintings are often depicted with their backs turned to the observer or averting their eyes. The dramatic shifts between light and shade suggest an undertone of melancholy and dark thoughts in what are, on the surface, everyday scenes. Karin Broos’s major public breakthrough came with an exhibition at Kristinehamns Konstmuseum in 2008. During the winter of 2015/2016 a major solo show of her work, entitled ‘Karin Broos – Still Life’, was shown at Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde in Stockholm. The exhibition subsequently toured the USA for two years. In 2019 and 2020 the exhibition, with new pieces added, will be shown in several locations around Sweden, including Linköpings Konsthall, Vandalorum in Värnamo, as well as Magasinet in Falun in conjunction with the Carl Larsson 100th jubilee.


207. Ditte Ejlerskov, ‘The Red Pants Painting’. Signed Ditte Ejlerskov on verso. Executed in 2013. From ‘The Rihanna series’. Canvas 140 x 160 cm. Provenance: Elastic Gallery, Malmö. Exhibitions: Elastic Gallery, Malmö, ‘We Found Love in a Hopeless Place’, 5 September – 5 October 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

208. Katherine Bernhardt, ‘Amaizight Landscape’. Signed Katherine Bernhardt and dated 2012 on verso. Canvas 153 x 122 cm. Provenance: Loyal Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Loyal Gallery, Stockholm, ‘NOMAD’, 13 April – 18 May 2012.

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

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210. Juri Markkula, ‘Silver to Green’. Signed Juri Markkula and dated 2015 on verso. Interference pigment, polyurethan 100 x 100 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440


211. Alfred Boman, Untitled. Executed in 2012. Acrylic, glue emulsion, enamel varnish and spray paint on canvas, 143 x 102.5 cm including the artist’s frame. Provenance: Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö. Exhibitions: Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö, ‘Alfred Boman’, 11 January – 9 February 2013. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

212. Karin Broos, ‘Fönstret III’. Signed Karin Broos on verso. Canvas 140 x 106 cm. Literature: ‘Karin Broos – Speglingar’, compare p. 77. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890


221. Ola Billgren, ‘Sagan (Snövit)’.

218. Ola Billgren, ‘Antikstudie’.

Ola Billgren The photographic image has always played a significant role in Ola Billgren’s working process. In the 1960's, when his photorealist art sharply mirrored his own environment, the inspiration came from films and literature, the illustrated press and his everyday. During the 1970's Billgren developed a freer painting style. With a newfound sense of artistic freedom he was able to further investigate the possibilities of painting. He was now an established artist, exhibited internationally and chosen to represent Sweden at the Venice biennale of 1971. Billgren’s academic, almost scientific, approach to painting allowed him to continue developing. He sought out new challenges. In the 1980's he again broke away from his earlier motifs. The artist now gazed out across European cities and urban scenes, both from a street– level perspective and from the top of cathedrals. The colour red emerged and stretched out across the canvases, where previously it had only touched the surface, as in ‘Sagan (Snövit)’ from 1987. In the 1990's Billgren created almost monochrome paintings in which the motifs were barely visible beneath layer upon layer of paint. Photographs were still important as templates and inspiration, but the painterly quality of colour was given an increasing prominence and was what carried Billgren’s paintings forward. The piece ‘Män vid havet’, executed in 1995, is an excellent example of this period in Billgren’s artistic career. ‘– In 1995 we made a longer journey to Italy. We travelled, for example, to Pompeii, and visited Tivoli and Villa d’Este. Ola took lots of photographs

during the entire trip. When we got back he developed the images and they inspired his painting work’, Anita Nilsson Billgren recounts. The result of the trip was a series of paintings with classical motifs. They attest to the importance of the trip and the extent to which it left an impression on Billgren’s work. In the artist’s abstract surfaces a classical idiom, architec– tural details and images of sculptures began to appear. The painting in the auction, ‘Antikstudie’, is clearly inspired by the artist’s visit to Italy a few years prior. What begins as an already distinct piece of painting is transformed by the artist’s hand and given a dream–like, evocative resonance. The grey colour is carefully introduced to the surface of the canvas in a way that is unmistakably Billgrenesque. 221. Ola Billgren, ‘Sagan (Snövit)’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –87 on verso. 74 x 62 cm. (d) Estimate: 200 000 – 250 000 SEK / 18 590 – 23 240 EUR 218. Ola Billgren, ‘Antikstudie’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –99 on verso. Canvas 67 x 90 cm. (d) Estimate: 200 000 – 225 000 SEK / 18 590 – 20 910 EUR 253. Ola Billgren, ‘Män vid havet’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –95 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 160 x 118 cm. (d) Estimate: 400 000 – 500 000 SEK / EUR 37 180 – 46 470 EUR


213. Anette Harboe Flensburg, ‘House of Destiny II’. Signed Anette Flensburg on verso. Executed in 2006. Canvas 110.5 x 180.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Andersson & Sandström, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

214. Willy Weber, Untitled. Signed Willy Weber on verso. Steel 47.5 x 55 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

215. Tomas Rajlich, Untitled. Signed T. Rajlich and dated –72 on verso. Panel 25.5 x 25.5 cm. Provenance: Private collection, acquired in the 1980s. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 680 – 1 860


216. Tomas Rajlich, Untitled. Signed T. Rajlich and dated 72 on verso. Panel 17.5 x 17.5 cm. Provenance: Private collection, acquired in the 1980s. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

217. Lukas Göthman, ‘Restless’. Signed L Göthman and dated 2014. Canvas 121 x 200 cm. Provenance: Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

218. Ola Billgren, ‘Antikstudie’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –99 on verso. Canvas 67 x 90 cm. Provenance: Galerie Leger, Malmö. Exhibitions: Galerie Leger, Malmö, ‘Målningar Ola Billgren’, 27 November – 21 December 1999. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 225 000 / EUR 18 590 – 20 910


Cecilia Edefalk Cecilia Edefalk’s art always deals with the relationship between photography, painting and the existential qualities of the observing eye. She oscillates between portrait and mirror image, archetype and icon, and between original and replica. The motifs are repeated in order to give the images greater impact and highlight the distinctive features of each painting. As a result, ‘Venus II’ has several ‘sister’ paintings. Rather than any of the images being the first or last in the series they form an entity together, typical of Edefalk’s working process. Repetition of the same motif is nothing new in art. On the contrary, within Western art history repetition and appreciation of the ‘original’ has a long tradition, which is particularly true when it comes to religious art. This awareness of the sacred also emerges in Edefalk’s work. During the 2000s she became interested in the imagery of classical antiquity. Edefalk’s series often reference popular culture whereas here she reacts to art and religion from thousands of years ago: Venus – the classical female figure whose shape has inspired artists throughout time, from Botticelli to Man Ray, Matisse to Yves Klein. Edefalks light–coloured paintings play with daylight and the observer’s gaze. Edefalk is skilful in using the structure of the canvas,

combining rough areas with thin layers of light colours that give a weightlessness and luminosity to the motifs. At the same time, the sparseness of colour puts the focus on the practice of painting. Cecilia Edefalk’s suite of light–coloured paintings with classical motifs have been exhibited at, for example, the former Galleri Brändström & Stene in Stockholm, Gothenburg Museum of Art, as well as in the Kunsthalle Kiel, which showed her exhibition ‘Cecilia Edefalk, in der Antikensammlung der Kunsthalle zu Kiel’ in 2007. Edefalk’s video installation ‘24–Hour Venus’ (2009) was shown in the exhibition ‘Vita Lögner’ at Medelhavsmuseet in Stockholm during the winter of 2011. The figure, a Venus sculpture, remained static, fixed on the screen whilst, depending on the hour of the day, light moved like brushstrokes across it.

223. Cecilia Edefalk, ‘Venus II’. Signed Cecilia Edefalk and dated 2005 on verso. Canvas 175 x 240 cm. (d) Estimate: 300 000 – 400 000 SEK / 27 890 – 37 180 EUR


219. Ulf Rollof, ‘RGB’. Signed and dated 29/4/04.Acrylic, float glass and metal holders, with 9 mm revolver shots 98 x 68 cm. Provenance: Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. Private collection, Sweden. Literature: Ulf Rollof, ‘Sövd 2004–06’, 2006, compare image p. 14 and 15. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

220. Ola Billgren, ‘Klädnad XX, Anastasia’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –91 on verso. Canvas 53 x 47 cm. Provenance: Galerie Leger, Malmö. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 300 – 11 620

221. Ola Billgren, ‘Sagan (Snövit)’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –87 on verso. 74 x 62 cm. Provenance: Stockholms Auktionsverk, 28 April 2004. Private collection, acquired at the above auction. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 590 – 23 240


222. Jan De Vliegher, ‘Beach’. Signed Jan De Vliegher and dated 2007. Canvas 80 x 120 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

223. Cecilia Edefalk, ‘Venus II’. Signed Cecilia Edefalk and dated 2005 on verso. Canvas 175 x 240 cm. Literature: Cecilia Edefalk, "Cecilia Edefalk In der Antikensammlung der Kunsthalle Zu Kiel", 2008. Exhibitions: Kunsthalle Kiel, "Eine Ausstellung der Kunsthalle zu Kiel in der Antikensammlung", Kiel, 9 December 2006 – 25 February 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 400 000 / EUR 27 890 – 37 180

224. Anastasia Ax, ‘Settlers #9’. Mixed media on paper 87 x 89 cm. Provenance: Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm, ‘Swallowed Fear’, 21 February – 21 March 2014. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790


225. Maria Nordin, ‘De Obekväma II’. Diptych. Executed in 2016. Water colour 98 x 57 cm per part. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Kulturens Hus, Luleå, ‘Maria Nordin Nollpunkt’, 11 June – 20 August 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510

226. Mats Gustafson, ‘Male Nude’. Water colour 48 x 34 cm. Provenance: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm, 1995. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 680 – 1 860

227. Fredrik Hofwander, ‘Möteslokalen i Julita’. Signed Fredrik Hofwander and dated 2006 on verso. Pencil on paper 60 x 85 cm. Provenance: Brändström och Stene, Stockholm. Private Collection, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260


228. Anna Bjerger, ‘Needlepoint’. Signed Anna Bjerger and dated 2010 on verso. Oil on aluminum 60 x 50 cm. Provenance: ALP / Peter Bergman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: ALP/Peter Bergman, Stockholm, ‘Strange Talents’, 8 April – 8 May 2010. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

229. Emanuel Röhss, Untitled. Signed Emanuel Röhss and dated 2018 on verso. Canvas 121 x 100 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

230. Ola Billgren, ‘Månnatt’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –96 on verso. Canvas 100 x 135 cm. Provenance: Galerie Leger, Malmö. Exhibitions: Galerie Leger, Malmö, ‘8 Målningar Ola Billgren’, 5 April – 6 May 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 225 000 – 250 000 / EUR 20 910 – 23 240


231. Peter Frie, Untitled. Signed P. Frie on verso. Canvas 190 x 140 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 270 – 18 590

232. Rolf Hanson, ‘Yako’. Signed and dated –86 on verso. Panel 122 x 153 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

233. Jockum Nordström, ‘Bad Day’. Signed Jockum. Executed in 1989. Canvas 130 x 100 cm. Provenance: Stockholms Auktionsverk, Moderna Kvalitén, 28 April 2006, Lot No. 1065. (d)

Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 270 – 18 590


234. Jan Håfström, Untitled. Signed Jan Håfström and numbered 6/7. Painted metal and wooden base. Height 106 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 650 – 5 580

235. Martin Wickström, ‘Airstore’. Signed Martin Wickström and dated 1987 on verso. Oil and assemblage on canvas 225 x 180 cm. Literature: Martin Wickström and Daniel Birnbaum, ‘Primo 3/4 L.’, 1999, illustrated full page p. 25. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 590 – 23 240

236. Peter Johansson, ‘Head’. Signed Peter Johansson and dated 2003 and numbered 10/11. Height 55 cm, width 34 cm, depth 34 cm, including show case. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 930 – 1 400


240. Ola Billgren, ‘Porträtterad II’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –78 on verso. Canvas 134 x 97 cm. (d) Estimate: 600 000 – 800 000 SEK / 55 770 – 74 350 EUR

Ola Billgren Ola Billgren has been called both a theorist and a sensualist and his work captures the historical and the contemporary in one and the same picture. Billgren’s paintings are characterized by duality and ambiguity, both in terms of expression and content, and the dreamy presence is unmistakable, from his photorealistic works of the 1960’s to the romantic touches of his later–period painting. In the 1960’s when non–figurative painting still dominated, Ola Billgren, driven by his interest in history, began to produce realistic and representational art. In Billgren’s paintings from the 1960’s and 1970’s the inspiration came from contemporary, urban life, from literature and from films, and from the illustrated press. He attracted much attention and went on to represent Sweden in a number of exhibitions, including the 1967 and the 1971 Paris Biennales (celebrating young artists) as well as at the Venice Biennale in 1976. During the 1970’s he painted several portraits of friends and other persons that he idolized or found inspiring. This painting, depicting a female dancer sitting on a chair with stretched ankle, is part of a series inspired by docu– mentary photographs from the 1800’s. It has a dancing partner in the painting ‘Porträtterad I’ from the same year. That painting represents a man bowing down or inviting you to dance. Together they form a couple that brings to mind Picasso’s Blue and Rose periods in the early 1900’s. The whole series by Billgren was exhibited at Galleri Engström in March 1979.


237. Andreas Eriksson, ‘Untitled’. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated Medelplana 2012 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 58 x 50 cm. Provenance: Galleri Riis, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

238. Linn Fernström, ‘Jag och mig själv med jag’. Signed Linn Fernström and dated 2009 on verso. Pastel 70 x 50 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, ‘Linn Fernström’, 9 February – 21 February 2010. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

239. Lisa D Manner, ‘DYKE’. Signed Lisa D Manner and dated 2016 on verso. Oil on panel 40 x 30 cm. Provenance: Galleri Flach, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Flach, Stockholm, ‘Whereabouts’, 25 February – 2 April 2016. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720


240. Ola Billgren, ‘Porträtterad II’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –78 on verso. Canvas 134 x 97 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Sweden, acquired directely from the artist. Bukowskis Auktioner, Moderna och grafik, 26 April 1995, Cat. No. 23. An important Swedish private collection (acquired from the auction above). Exhibitions: Galleri Engström, Stockholm, 1979. Borås museum Konsthallen, 1979. Kalmar konstmuseum, ”Ola Billgren”, 19 January – 17 February 1980. Uppsala konstmuseum, ”Unga damer och äldre herrar”, group exhibition, 2001. Konsthallen Hishult, ”Unga damer och äldre herrar”, group exhibition, 2001. Literature: Douglas Feuk och Anne Ring Petersen, Ola Billgren – Måleri/Paintings, 2000, illustrated on full page p. 125. Birgitta Rubin, Nu talar alla om Ola Billgren, Antik & Auktion, November 2000, no 11, illustrated on p. 52. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

241. Peter Frie, ‘Italienskt landskap’. Signerad P. Frie. Olja på pannå 10,5 x 18 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

242. Andreas Eriksson, ‘Car passes at 19:53 17/10, 2010’. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated 2011 on verso. Acrylic on dibond 100 x 85 cm. Provenance: Galleri Riis, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940


243. Ulf Trotzig, ‘Långt in i skogen’. Signed Trotzig. Duk 177 x 117 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner. Exhibitions: Konstakademien, Stockholm, 1996. Ystads konstmuseum, 1996. Literature: Birgitta Trotzig, ‘Dialog: om Ulf Trotzigs konstnärskap’, 1996, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

244. Fredrik Wretman, ‘GOATRANS’. Signed Fredrik Wretman and dated 2008. Polyuretan. Height 80 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720

245. Ernst Billgren, ‘Fågelkors’. Signed Ernst Billgren and dated –89 on verso. Mosaic and panel 106 x 116 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 175 000 / EUR 13 940 – 16 270


246. Bjarne Melgaard, Untitled. Signed Melgaard and dated 99. Collage and drawing on paper 50 x 65 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, ‘Bjarne Melgaard – Jealous’, 21 January – 25 April 2010, illustrated in catalogue p. 40. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

247. Matthias van Arkel, Untitled. Signed MVA. Platina silicone rubber. Diameter 140 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

248. Rolf Hanson, ‘Runtom trappa’. Signed Rolf Hanson and dated 2011 on verso. Panel 118 x 97 cm. Provenance: Gallerist Lars Bohman, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 350 000 – 400 000 / EUR 32 530 – 37 180


Per Kirkeby When Per Kirkeby passed away in May 2018, at the age of 79, he left behind a fantastic legacy of paintings, sculptures in brick or bronze, graphic art, drawings, texts and video works. Kirkeby was an incredibly creative and brave artist. He is considered Denmark’s most prominent artist of the 20th century and holds an indisputable place within international art history as one of the most important painters and sculptors in Europe. Early on in his career he veered towards pop art, but later progressed into a more abstract expressionist painting style. In the 1960s his performance art associated him with famous Fluxus artists such as Joseph Beuys and Nam June Paik. His big breakthrough came in 1978 when Kirkeby participated in the Venice Biennale and his work caught the attention of an international audience. In his youth he had studied geology and his interest in that subject is visible in all of his artistic modes of expression. He found his motifs in the landscape and in nature. The paintings all share a strong structure; forceful brushstrokes, layer upon layer of forms and lines coming together to create their own

topography. Kirkeby’s brick sculptures have a direct connection to the Danish soil. Using burnt clay he created large spatial installations on the border between sculpture and architecture. A great example of this is the sculpture ‘Wanås’, created for the Wanås Konst sculpture park in 1994. The smaller sculptures he kneaded out of clay himself, the traces of his fingers still visible in the heavy bronze casts. During Kirkeby’s five decade long artistic career he has been exhibited at well–known institutions such as the Tate Modern in London, Museum Kunstpalats in Düsseldorf, at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art outside Copenhagen, as well as in numerous galleries around the world.

251. Per Kirkeby, ‘Ghosts’. Signed Per Kirkeby and dated 1986 on verso. Oil on linen 200 x 130 cm. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 74 350 – 92 940 EUR


252. Bjarne Melgaard, Untitled. Executed in 2011. Edition 3. Bronze. Height 120, width 95, depth 35 cm. (d) Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 74 350 – 92 940 EUR

Bjarne Melgaard Bjarne Melgaard was born in Australia in 1967 to Norwegian parents. He was educated in Norway and the Netherlands and is currently living in New York. His career began in the mid 1990s with paintings, sculptures and installations executed in a striking neo–expressionist style. In Melgaard’s art we encounter a highly personal poetry mixed with chaotic and provocative messages. He is an artist whose vibrant paintings often linger on subjects that border on social acceptability. His art repeatedly explores subcultures and has through the years dealt with shocking and provocative issues such as drugs, sex, violence and death. Yet, the searching and tender side of humanity and above all our desire for love and intimacy is just as often the focus. Melgaard’s art is based on fundamental human needs. It is often difficult for the observer to determine what are wild fantasies and what are actual personal histories – from the artist’s perspective very private ones. Recurring themes are sexual experiences and homosexual love, his characters often representing one of the artist’s many alter egos. The two bronze sculptures look like adult males but with the body proportions of children. They come in pairs and are designed to stand close together in configurations that radiate protection and solidarity rather than representing sexual positions. Melgaard’s work is represented in many important public collections, for example at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Moderna Museet in Stockholm and in the National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen.


249. Jason Martin, ‘Zizou’. Signed Jason Martin and dated –06 on verso. Oil on aluminum 162 x 223 cm. Provenance: Lisson Gallery, London. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Gallery artists’, February 2007. (d)

Estimate: SEK 550 000 – 600 000 / EUR 51 120 – 55 770

250. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 1997. Water colour and collage 150 x 201 cm. Provenance: GE Hydro, Sweden. Acquired in the 1990’s. General Electric Corporation, USA. (d). Import VAT will be charged on the hammer price on this lot.

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890

251. Per Kirkeby, ‘Ghosts’. Signed Per Kirkeby and dated 1986 on verso. Oil on linen 200 x 130 cm. Provenance: Pamela Auchincloss Gallery, Santa Barbara. Private collection, Sweden. Exhibitions: Pamela Auchincloss Gallery, Santa Barbara ‘Per Kirkeby’, 1989. (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 74 350 – 92 940


252. Bjarne Melgaard, ‘Untitled’. Executed in 2011. Edition 3. Bronze. Height 120, width 95, depth 35 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘The Sadistic Skater, Part I’, 26 February – 20 March, 2011. Another example exhibited. (d)

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 74 350 – 92 940

253. Ola Billgren, ‘Män vid havet’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –95 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 160 x 118 cm. Provenance: Stockholms Auktionsverk, Nutida & Fotografi, 16 November 2010, Cat. No. 1631. (d)

Estimate: SEK 400 000 – 500 000 / EUR 37 180 – 46 470

254. Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd, ‘Non Violence’. Signed CFR and numbered 0/0. Patinated bronze. Length 38 cm, including stone base 41 cm, height including stone base 27 cm. Provenance: The artist’s own edition. Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner in Lausanne circa 2000. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940


Lena Cronqvist Childhood. The moment when life is fresh and exciting and you learn something new everyday. Hours spent in make–believe worlds. Days of skipping–ropes endlessly swinging round and round during break times and afternoons. Lena Cronqvist tenderly captures this magical time with her sculptures. Her girls are brave, playful and strong–willed. Since the 1970's Cronqvist has been one of Sweden’s most celebrated artists. With a unique artistic confidence, great intimacy and a tangible sensuality she has portrayed her experiences of growing up, being a mother and of family life. Her childhood continues to be a recurring theme, explored in depth by Cronqvist in both paintings and sculptures. It was in the 1990's that Cronqvist began to explore sculpture as an art form in earnest and during the last decade she has stood out as one of the most interesting sculptors of our time. The early sculptures, some of which were created during times spent in New York with her writer husband Göran Tunström, were mostly small.

As the years passed her smaller terracotta figures have been replaced by increasingly large bronze sculptures, yet the subject matter has remained the same – young girls. But the girls are different. They are bigger, almost life–size, more ‘open’ and seem to have discovered new aspects to life. And because they are cast in bronze, a lasting material, there is now the possibility for them to play outside and live forever. Cronqvist’s bronze sculptures can be found in many public collections. A group of five girls, similar to the present object, is located on Södermalmstorg in Stockholm, offering a slice of everyday joy to people passing a part of the city currently undergoing transformation. This spring the painted sculpture ‘Stående flicka med paraply’ was unveiled in Linköping’s ‘Seminarieträdgården’ park. Other public sculptures include: ‘Hand i hand’, installed in the park of the Rackstad Museum in Arvika, ‘Flicka i balja’ in Norre Katts park in Halmstad and ‘Flicka som räcker ut tungan’ on Brunkeberg square in Stockholm. In Karlstad ‘Två flickor’ is standing outside Värmlands Museum. It is also possible to view ‘Flicka i balja’ at the Sven–Harry Art Museum in Stockholm.


255. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med hopprep’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 2/4. Bronze. Height 158 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

260. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med hästsvans’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 1/4. Bronze. Height 133 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

256. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med tummar i öronen’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 2/4. Bronze, height 131 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

260A. CONDITIONAL SALE, the lots with auction number 255–260 are first called out as separate lots and will then be offered as one lot with auction number 260A. A winning bid on auction number 260A requires a bid exceeding the total hammered price on auction number 255–260. Unsold lots will be priced at the reserves.

257. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med fågel’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 3/4. Bronze. Height 136 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350 258. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med flätor’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 2/4. Bronze. Height 124 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350 259. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med händerna i sidan’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 3/4. Bronze. height 129,5 cm. (d) Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350


255. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med hopprep’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 2/4. Bronze. Height 158 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Bukowski Auktioner, May 2013, Cat. No. 414. Private Collection. Exhibitions: Historiska Museet, Stockholm, ‘Arkipelag’, 16 January – 26 April 1998. Literature: Lokstallet Konsthall, ‘Lena Cronqvist – Artist of the Year’, 2000, see illustrations. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

256. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med tummar i öronen’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 2/4. Bronze, height 131 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Bukowskis Auktioner, maj 2013, kat nr 414. Privatsamling. Exhibitions: Historiska Museet, Stockholm, ‘Arkipelag’, 16 January – 26 April 1998. Literature: Lokstallet Konsthall, ‘Lena Cronqvist – Artist of the Year’, 2000, see illustrations. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

257. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med fågel’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 3/4. Bronze. Height 136 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Bukowski Auktioner, May 2013, Cat. No. 414. Private Collection. Exhibitions: Historiska Museet, Stockholm, ‘Arkipelag’, 16 January – 26 April 1998. Literature: Lokstallet Konsthall, ‘Lena Cronqvist – Artist of the Year’, 2000, see illustrations. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350


258. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med flätor’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 2/4. Bronze. Height 124 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Bukowski Auktioner, May 2013, Cat. No. 414. Private Collection. Exhibitions: Historiska Museet, Stockholm, ‘Arkipelag’, 16 January – 26 April 1998. Literature: Lokstallet Konsthall, ‘Lena Cronqvist – Artist of the Year’, 2000, see illustrations. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

259. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med händerna i sidan’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 3/4. Bronze. height 129,5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Bukowski Auktioner, May 2013, Cat. No. 414. Private Collection. Exhibitions: Historiska Museet, Stockholm, ‘Arkipelag’, 16 January – 26 April 1998. Literature: Lokstallet Konsthall, ‘Lena Cronqvist – Artist of the Year’, 2000, see illustrations. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

260. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flicka med hästsvans’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and numbered 1/4. Bronze. Height 133 cm. Provenance: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm. Bukowski Auktioner, May 2013, Cat. No. 414. Private Collection. Exhibitions: Historiska Museet, Stockholm, ‘Arkipelag’, 16 January – – 26 April 1998.
Literature: Lokstallet Konsthall, ‘Lena Cronqvist – Artist of the Year’, 2000, see illustrations. (d)

Estimate: SEK 600 000 – 800 000 / EUR 55 770 – 74 350

260A. Lena Cronqvist. CONDITIONAL SALE, the lots with auction number 255–260 are first called out as separate lots and will then be offered as one lot with auction number 260A. A winning bid on auction number 260A requires a bid exceeding the total hammered price on auction number 255–260. Unsold lots will be priced at the reserves.


Rirkrit Tiravanija & Tomas Vu Rirkrit Tiravanija (b. 1961, Buenos Aires) is without doubt one of the most influential artists of his generation. His work continues to explore the possibility of creating spaces where people can meet, even in today’s modern technological society. This is particularly evident in his now iconic perfor– mance, begun in the 1990s, where he cooks food in the gallery for the visitors. There is often a strong political undertone to his work and it is always multi–layered. The Revolution will come in Every Direction is part of an ongoing series of works where Tiravanija collaborates with Tomas Vu. Together they create printed text on newspapers that generate unexpected parallels and raise questions about our current political and cultural climate. Vu has been a professor at Columbia University since 1996 and is the founder of LeRoy

263. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flickan i vattnet’ (detail). Signed L. Cronqvist and dated 1983. Canvas 125 x 95 cm. (d) Estimate: 150 000 – 200 000 SEK / 13 940 – 18 590 EUR

Neiman Center for Print Studies. He has executed and overseen a number of collaborative print works with, for example, artists such as Kiki Smith, William Kentridge, Jasper Johns and Kara Walker. In the present piece, silkscreened on a page of the New York Times, the text reads ‘THINGS THAT QUICKEN THE HEART’ and includes an image of Jean–Michel Basquiat. It is a slice of contemporary life where news of nationalistic riots alternate with the state of the labour market and Elon Musk’s Tesla. 296. Rirkrit Tiravanija & Tomas Vu, ‘The Revolution Will Come in Every Direction’. Signed RT and TV and dated 18. Silkscreen on newspaper 56 x 59. Estimate: 250 000 – 300 000 SEK / 9 300 – 13 940 EUR


261. Matthias van Arkel, ‘#934 (Wide Quindecaplet)’. Signed MVA. Platina silicone rubber. Diameter 140 cm. Literature: Magnus Bons, ‘Matthias van Arkel’, 2013, illustrated during it’s construction on spread. (d)

Estimate: SEK 120 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 160 – 13 940

262. Lars Lerin, ‘Helikoptern landar mitt i motivet – Marguerite Bay’. Signed Lars Lerin and dated –90. Water colour 75 x 105 cm. Exhibitions: Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm, 1990. Literature: Lars Lerin, ‘Sydishav: En expedition’, 1990, illustrated on p. 168. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 13 940 – 18 590


263. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Flickan i vattnet’. Signed L. Cronqvist and dated 1983. Canvas 125 x 95 cm. Exhibitions: Norræna Húsid, Iceland, ‘Lena Cronqvist’, 18 June – 10 July 1988, Cat. No. 11. Literature: Norræna Húsid, Island, ‘Lena Cronqvist’, 1988, exhibition catalogue, illustrated on p. 18. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 13 940 – 18 590

264. Patrik Andiné, ‘Se ned’. Signed Patrik Andiné and dated 2007 on verso. Canvas 38 x 46 cm. Exhibitions: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Patrik Andiné – Tittofili/Peepophilia’, 13 November – 14 December 2008. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 680 – 1 860

265. Astrid Sylwan, Untitled. Signed Astrid Sylwan and dated 2016 on verso. Panel 105 x 65 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

266. Hans Isaksson, ‘Slapstick’. Signed Hans Isaksson and dated 2011. Polychrome painted pewter. Length 24, height 4.5 cm. Provenance: Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


Marie–Louise Ekman Signed Marie–Louise De Geer Bergenstråhle, like all her work during the 1970's. It represents an especially productive period in her life. She predominantly used two painting techniques: oil on canvas or gouache painting on silk. In both cases she employed, as a rule, black outlines similar to comics. The paint had to dry before the outlines were added using a very fine marten–hair brush. If it was made with oils the drying period could be as long as three weeks before the outlines were painted on. Gouache paints dry quicker and the outlines could be applied after a day or two. ‘Staden I’ has an unusual story behind it. Ekman had participated in an art fair in Paris with her then gallerist Jan Runnqvist, who ran Svensk– Franska Konstgalleriet and Galerie Bonnier in Geneva. Two large oil paintings by Ekman were amongst several works of art destroyed in a fire at the art warehouse where they had been stored. As a result Ekman decided to redo the painting ‘Staden I’ from memory. She did this using gouache painting on silk and in a slightly smaller scale than the painting destroyed in the fire. The style is wonderfully precise. The underlying colour of the silk emerges in the surface of the street. The motif is typical of Ekman at the time. She employs the same ‘street idea’, with absurd scenes visible through windows, in her films ‘Hallo Baby’ from 1975 and ‘Mamma, pappa, barn’ from 1978, as well as in many of her paintings. The sculpture in the middle of the street is also typical of her 70s period. It is an absurd anti–style, mocking of culture. The colour pink has been, and continues to be, a favourite right through her artistic career. In her latest exhibition at Galleri Bohman–Knäpper in October 2019 pink is everywhere. During a long artistic life, including periods as the director of the Royal Institute of Art and the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, her desire to shock has abated and been replaced with a distinct sense of melancholy. But what endures is her remarkable and individual perspective on the world. She observes our civilisation, our lives, our homes and our streets as if she was a sharp–sighted spectator from outer space. The present painting is a striking example of this. Carl Johan De Geer. 272. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Staden I’. Signed M–L de Geer–Bergenstråhle and dated 1976. Watercolour on silk 80 x 100 cm. (d) Estimate: 250 000 – 300 000 SEK / 23 240 – 27 890 EUR


267. Roj Friberg, ‘Slottsinteriör’. Signed RF and dated 03. Mixed media on paper 86 x 104 cm. Exhibitions: Edsviks Konsthall, Sollentuna, 2010. Bohusläns konstmuseum, Uddevalla, 2012. Literature: Lars Nygren, ‘Roj Friberg’, 2010, illustrated on full page in colour p. 114. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

268. Lena Cronqvist, Untitled. Signed L. Cronqvist and dated 1967. Canvas 34 x 36 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260

269. Lena Cronqvist, ‘Utsikt III’. Signed Lena Cronqvist and dated 1967. Canvas 34 x 36 cm. Provenance: Inger and Lasse Sandberg, Karlstad. Author and illustrator. Exhibitions: Gummessons konsthandel, Stockholm, 1967, Cat. No. 5. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720


270. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Öyvind Fahlström’. Signed M.L De Geer–Bergenstråhle and dated 1973. Canvas 20 x 15.5 cm. Exhibitions: Moderna Museet, Stockholm, ‘Marie–Louise Ekman’, 17 June – 17 September 2017. Literature: Maria Lind (ed.), ‘Marie–Louise Ekman’, 1998, illustrated on p. 47. Klas Gustafson, Marie–Louise Ekmans två liv‘, 2015, illustrated on full page p. 130. Moderna Museet, ’Marie–Louise Ekman‘, 2017, illustrated on full page p. 82. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

271. Elis Eriksson, Untitled. Signed Elis and dated twice 18.6.79 and 80–81 on verso. Painted frame and canvas 34 x 34 cm. Including frame 41 x 41 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

272. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Staden I’. Signed M–L de Geer–Bergenstråhle and dated 1976. Water colour on silk 80 x 100 cm. Provenance: Movie director Lars Forsberg. Acquired directly from the artist. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890


273. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Donna dalla faccia nera’. Signed ML.E and numbered 3/8. Glass. Length 29, width 30 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

274. Marie–Louise Ekman, Untitled. Signed M. L. de Geer and dated 1969. Exhibitions: Svensk–Franska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm, 13 – 30 May 1970, illustrated in the catalogue. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790

275. Lena Svedberg, ‘…efter ukas med Palme’. Signed Lena Svedberg. Mixed media and collage 40 x 53 cm. Provenance: Galleri Karlsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Göteborgs Konstmuseum, ‘Hjärtat sitter till vänster’, 7 March – 1 June 1998. Summer exhibition at Bukowski Auktioner AB, ‘Erase and Rewind’, 2005. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


276. Ulla Wiggen, ‘The Face of Mind’. Signed Ulla Wiggen och dated 2016. Acrylic on canvas 64.5 x 92.5 cm Provenance: Niklas Belenius Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

277. Marie–Louise Ekman, ‘Städning’. Signed M.L Ekman and dated 1999. Acrylic on silk 40 x 30 cm. Provenance: Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm, September 1999, Cat. No. 63. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

278. KAWS, ‘Small Lie’ (black, grey, brown). Set of three figures. Produced by Medicom, 2017. Vinyl and paint. Height 28 cm each. In original packaging (unopened). Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


279. Robert Terry, ‘Pink tree’. Robert Terry and dated 2012 on verso. Panel 61 x 47 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

280. Hans Isaksson, ‘PopCorn’. Three pieces. Bronze. Height ca 2 cm. Box in acrylic glass 10.5 x 12 cm. Provenance: Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 18 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 680 – 1 860

281. Wilhelm von Kröckert /Ernst Billgren, ‘Omstart’. Executed in 2014–15. Mixed media on MDF 90 x 125 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Wilhelm von Kröckert. Original Pictures’, 28 March – 15 May 2015. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, ‘Wilhelm von Kröckert, Originalmålningar/Original Pictures’, 2015, illustrated full page p. 83. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 13 940 – 18 590


282. Andreas Eriksson, ‘Baum 4’. Signed Andreas Eriksson and dated Medelplana 2004 on verso. Canvas 180 x 150 cm. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Åklundh, Malmö. (d)

Estimate: SEK 150 000 – 200 000 / EUR 13 940 – 18 590

283. Domenico Bianchi, Untitled. Mixed media and wax on canvas mounted on panel 80,5 x 60 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

284. Kristina Jansson, ‘Residue I’. Signed Jansson and dated –09. Canvas 71 x 133 cm. Provenance: Milliken Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300


289. Lars Lerin, ‘Neverland’. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2014. Water colour 103 x 75 cm. (d) Estimate: 180 000 – 200 000 SEK / 16 730 – 18 590 EUR


297. Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, ‘Shitting Boy’. Executed in 2012. Metal wire, clay, fabric, silicone, putty, acrylic paint and glue. Sculpture, height 42, width 25,5, depth 12 cm. Including the plinth and case, height 145, width 45.9, depth 45.9 cm. (d) Estimate: 250 000 – 300 000 SEK / 23 240 – 27 890 EUR

Nathalie Djurberg Nathalie Djurberg is one of Sweden’s most internationally sought after artists. She is continuously working on new projects together with her partner Hans Berg, who makes all the music that accompanies her pieces. The relationship between humans, animals and forces of nature is the constant, vibrant theme that occupies their shared universe. Stop motion animations using clay figures, spatial installations and sculptures form the foundation of their work. In their world the viewer comes face–to–face with instances that many would try to avoid: that which is ugly, difficult to explain and offensive. But what makes Djurberg’s art bearable is the humorous undertone that runs through the exaggerations and the excesses. The work has shocked, fascinated and surprised the entire art world. Yet their intention has never been to provoke, rather by mixing darkness and humour they want to examine suppressed feelings of shame and fear by calling attention to things that are heavy and difficult, having the courage to feel, and by discussing tough issues such as violence, disgust, desire and taboos. This is their driving force. Last summer the largest solo exhibition to date of Djurberg and Berg’s animations, sculptures and music, ‘En resa genom träsk och förvirring med små glimtar av luft’, was shown at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. Over the last decade they have had a strong presence on the international art scene, previously exhibiting at the Venice Biennale, The New Museum in New York and the 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum in Shanghai as well as at the Lisson Gallery in London, Zach Feuer Gallery in New York and with Gió Marconi in Milan.


285. Jan De Vliegher, ‘Beach’. Signed Jan De Vliegher and dated 2007 on verso. Canvas 60 x 90 cm. Provenance: Angelika Knäpper Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

286. Ernst Billgren, Untitled. Signed with monogram. Panel and mosaic 63.5 x 110 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

287. Linn Fernström, ‘Slängkappan’. Signed Linn Fernström and dated 2003 on verso. Canvas 199 x 149 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Linn Fernström’, 17 May – 19 June 2003. Literature: Galleri Lars Bohman, ‘Linn Fernström’, 2005, illustrated on full page p. 39. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890


288. Lars Lerin, ‘Gimsøy, Lofoten’. Signed Lars Lerin. Executed in 1999. Water colour 75 x 104 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940

289. Lars Lerin, ‘Neverland’. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2014. Water colour 103 x 75 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 180 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 730 – 18 590

290. Damien Hirst, ‘The Eucharist’. Signed Damien Hirst. Edition 15/50. Executed in 2005. Carved marble. Leather box with silk lining and gold text. Diameter 17, width 6 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 / EUR 5 580


Jim Dine The heart has been a central subject throughout Jim Dine’s artistic career and is a recurring feature in his paintings, drawings, sculptures and graphic art. His use of this universal, uncomplicated symbol enables both himself and the viewer to apply their own emotions and ideas to the form. The heart becomes a blank page that can be filled with content and meaning. Dine began his career at the end of the 1950s as one of the youngest in a generation of

artists that sought to move away from abstract expressionism. With his legendary happenings in New York he challenged the prevailing ideas of what was art at the time. At the Judson Gallery he exhibited, together with Claes Oldenburg, ‘assemblages’ made from objects he had found on the streets of New York. Painting, however, was the medium that Dine felt most at home with. He has described how his painting is a kind of process of


291. Jim Dine, Untitled (Hearts). Signed Jim Dine and dated London 1981. Mixed media on paper 106 x 118 cm. Estimate: 800 000 – 1 000 000 SEK / 74 350 – 92 940 EUR

correction where he repeatedly reworks the image. Colour is added, removed and revised until a result is finally achieved. Dine’s art has been strongly associated with his range of subjects – he has worked on each series of motifs, including hearts, bathrobes and tools, in a number of different techniques and made them his own. They never involve a simple repetition. Each work is a unique interpretation in its own right. Due to his use of seemingly everyday

objects and the time of his breakthrough Dine is often portrayed as a pop artist. It is a description that is only partly fitting to describe his work, and far from encompasses his entire long and productive career. Inspiration from abstract expressionism never quite left him and he has called himself both a romantic and a maximalist.


John Chamberlain Abstract expressionism was the art movement that cemented the reputation of New York as the new post–war capital of contemporary art. Characterised by its emphasis on intuition, movement and spontaneity, it was epitomized by leading artists such as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning and Joan Mitchell. John Chamberlain became the first artist to develop abstract expressionism in earnest from two–dimensional painting into physical objects. His catchwords whilst working were ‘fit’ and ‘choice’ – two constants that in combination with Chamberlain’s natural ability allowed him to turn metal automobile parts into avant–garde artworks. He had begun working with metal and automobile parts towards the end of the 1950's, material that in the USA of the fifties and sixties was both easy to find and cheap. In 1960 Chamberlain had his first real gallery show at the legendary Martha Jackson Gallery. Despite hardly selling any pieces the critics loved him and the following year he was included in the exhibition ‘The Art of Assemblage’ at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His sense of detail, his compositions (‘choice’) and combinations (‘fit’) of the chosen metal parts created sculptures that merged movement with strength, raw edges with shiny surfaces. They are intuitive and expressionistic objects that despite their weight possess a great deal of elegance. During the 1980's, when ‘Le First’ was executed, Chamberlain mainly worked in ambitious, vertical lines, which the present sculpture is an example of. Here the artist has managed to transform the colours of abstract painting into soft folds and rounded shapes. Chamberlain insisted that the most important part of being an artist was to know when to stop. Chamberlain’s ambition (and talent) for stopping at the right moment demonstrates a sense of humility towards his materials and the work. He did not seek to merge the different parts into a tightly coherent whole, but rather wanted the chosen components to still be distinguishable. This is the reason why he left visible the joins where the parts had been welded together, and why he never painted or reshaped the parts once they had been assembled. John Chamberlain is today considered one of the most important artists of the post–war period. He revolutionised sculpture as an art form and his significance to new generations of artists is not to be underestimated. His art continues to provoke and inspire! 295. John Chamberlain, ‘Le First’. Executed in 1987. Painted and chromium–plated steel. Height 53, width 40, depth 27 cm. Estimate: 1 600 000 – 1 800 000 SEK / 148 700 – 167 290 EUR


291. Jim Dine, ‘Untitled (Hearts)’. Signed Jim Dine and dated London 1981. Mixed media on paper 106 x 118 cm. Provenance: Waddington Galleries, London. Galleri Zeri, Stockholm. Private collection, Sweden.

Estimate: SEK 800 000 – 1 000 000 / EUR 74 350 – 92 940

292. Anthony Caro, ‘Untitled (Writing Piece ‘Very’)’. Executed 1979. Assemblage with iron, 19 x 33 x 15 cm. Archive number B0518. Provenance: Björn Bentsson, Varberg. Literature: Dieter Blume, ‘Anthony Caro. A Catalogue Raisonné, Vol II’, p. 126. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 590 – 23 240

293. Li Jin, Untitled. Signed with red stamp. Water colour on paper 38 x 44 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm, ‘Li Jin’, 2001.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


294. Fernandez Arman, ‘Monochrome Accumulation No. 5002’. Signed Arman on overlap. Accumulation with tubes on canvas, Titanium White, 116 x 89 cm. Literature: Donald Kuspit, ‘Armans Monochrome Accumulations 1986–1989’, Catalogue Rainsonné, illustrated on full page p. 91. (d)

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 400 000 / EUR 27 890 – 37 180

295. John Chamberlain, ‘Le First’. Executed in 1987. Painted and chromium–plated steel. Height 53, width 40, depth 27 cm. Provenance: Xavier Fourcade, Inc., New York, NY. Fabian Carlsson Gallery, London. Private collection, acquired from the above by the current owner.

Estimate: SEK 1 600 000 – 1 800 000 / EUR 148 700 – 167 290

296. Rirkrit Tiravanija & Tomas Vu, ‘The Revolution Will Come in Every Direction’. Signed RT and TV and dated 18. Silkscreen on newspaper 56 x 59. Provenance: Acquired from Tomas Vu Studio from the present owner.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940


297. Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, ‘Shitting Boy’. Executed in 2012. Metal wire, clay, fabric, silicone, putty, acrylic paint and glue. Sculpture, height 42, width 25,5, depth 12 cm. Including the plinth and case, height 145, width 45.9, depth 45.9 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890

298. Saint Clair Cemin, ‘Aigle ave un coeur’. Signed Cemin and dated 1988 and numbered 1/7. Foundry marks Empire Bronze Art Foundry Inc. Painted bronze. Height 17 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

299. Bjarne Melgaard, Untitled. Signed and dated 2015 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 200 x 200 cm. Provenance: Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki. Exhibitions: Galerie Forsblom, Helsingfors, ‘Puppy Orgy Acid Party’, 10 March – 3 April, 2015. (d)

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890


300. Fernandez Arman, ‘Tubes de Couleurs Suedois’. Signed Arman and numbered 12/75. Executed 1973. Colourtubes and paint in plexi 100 x 100 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 650 – 5 580

301. Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, ‘In Our Own Neighbourhood’. Signed Nathalie Djurberg. Executed in 2007. Edition 2/4 + 2 AP. Animated film, DVD, 8:32 min. Music by Hans Berg. Provenance: Gió Marconi, Milano. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 120 000 / EUR 9 300 – 11 160

302. Zan Jbai, ‘Search’. Signed and dated 2006 on verso. Acrylic on canvas 130 x 195. Provenance: Aura Gallery, Beijing.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580


303. Lars Lerin, ‘Bangalore i juli’. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 2006. Water colour 102 x 153 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 350 000 / EUR 27 890 – 32 530

304. Ola Billgren, ‘Grekiskt landskap’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated –87 on verso. Canvas 44.5 x 62.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection. A gift from the artist. Bukowski Auktioner, November 2009, Cat. No. 528. Private Collection. Acquired at the above auction. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 620 – 13 940


305. Lars Lerin, Untitled. Signed Lars Lerin and dated 01–08. Water colour 76 x 57 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 150 000 / EUR 9 300 – 13 940

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308. Dan Wolgers, ‘Nymålat 1916 – Francis Picabia’. Signed DW and dated –99. Painted MDF 102 x 83 cm. Exhibitions: Galleri Riis, Olso, ‘Everything but the painting – Conditions of art and love’, 4 – 28 March 1999. Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm, ‘Grand Anti’, 2000. Literature: Galleri Lars Bohman/Galleri Riis, ‘Dan Wolgers – Skulpturer 1999’, 2000, illustrated on p. 10. ‘Dan Wolgers Verksamhet 1997–2001’, 2001, avbildad. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

310. Maria Friberg, ‘Endless limit’. Edition 6. Executed in 2003. Video, Dvd, 4:19 min. Projector and acrylic glass board for projecting included. Exhibitions: Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, November 2003 – 10 January 2004, another example exhibited. Göteborgs Konsthall, ‘Out of Sight’, 5 June 2004 – 5 September 2004, another example exhibited. Literature: Maria Friberg, ‘Maria Friberg’, 2005, illustrated. Maria Friberg, Maura Reilly e.a, ‘Maria Friberg’, 2008, illustrated. (d)

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 70 000 / EUR 4 650 – 6 510


311. Dan Wolgers, ‘Polaroidkamera i dubbel skala’. Signed Dan Wolgers and dated 1980. Painted wood 27 x 28 cm. Exhibitions: Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm, ‘Dan Wolgers’, 27 October 2001 – 6 January 2002. Malmö Konstmuseum, ‘Dan Wolgers’, 10 February – 7 April 2002. Literature: Dan Wolgers, 1996, ‘120 verk 1997–1996’, illustrated on p. 11. ‘Dan Wolgers Verksamhet 1997–2001’, 2001, illustrated on p. 10. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

312. Hans Lannér, ‘TANKAR’. Signed HL on verso. Acrylic on canvas 34 x 46 cm. Exhibition catalogue from 2001 included in Lot. Provenance: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, ‘Hans Lannér Målningar/Paintings’, MARKET Art Fair, 2009. Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, ‘IDAG ÄR IGÅR IMORGON, Galleri Magnus Karlsson 20 År/20 Years’, 26 August – 3 October 2010. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 930 – 1 400

313. Ragnar Persson, Untitled. Signed Ragnar. Pencil, collage and felt tip pen 42 x 59.5 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 12 000 / EUR 930 – 1 120


314. Torsten Andersson, Untitled. Signed Torsten. Mixed media on canvas 127 x 126 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580

315. Karin Broos, ‘Det gula rummet’. Signed Karin Broos and dated 2010 on verso. Canvas 105 x 200 cm. Exhibitions: Kristinehamns Konstmuseum, ‘Karin Broos’, 11 November 2008 – 11 January 2009. Borås Konstmuseum, ‘Karin Broos – Speglingar’ 16 April – 12 June 2011. Sven–Harrys Konstmuseum, Stockholm ‘Karin Broos – Speglingar’, 10 September – 20 November 2011. Värmlands museum, Karlstad, "Karin Broos – Speglingar", 26 november 2011 – 15 januari 2012. Literature: Ingela Lind & Hasse Persson, ‘Karin Broos – Speglingar’, 2011, illustrated on p. 74. (d)

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 400 000 / EUR 27 890 – 37 180


316. Truls Melin, ‘Drunknade sjömän’. Painted metal. Height 159, width 136, depth 65 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 35 000 – 40 000 / EUR 3 260 – 3 720

317. Ola Billgren, ‘Studie’. Signed Ola Billgren and dated 2000. Canvas 79.5 x 93 cm. Provenance: Galerie Leger, Malmö. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 225 000 / EUR 18 590 – 20 910

318. Nina Saunders, ‘Lovely’. Signed Nina and dated 98. Fabric covered pillow, broom and dust pan. Height 20, width 42, depth 42 cm. Provenance: Andréhn/Schiptjenko, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


319. Jan Håfström, ‘The Childhood’. Signed Jan Håfström and dated 2005. Mixed media on panel 65 x 107 cm. Provenance: Brändström & Stene, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm, ‘Mörkrets Hjärta / Heart of Darkness’, 18 April – 21 May 2009. Literature: Bomulds Fabriken, Ingela Lind (ed.), ‘M/s Siddhart Enterprises’, 2016, illustrated on p. 93. Liljevalchs konsthall, Mårten Castenfors (ed.), ‘Book of the Dead’, 2009, illustrated on p. 80. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300

320. Linn Fernström, ‘Skotthål’. Signed Linn Fernström and dated 2004 on the back of the frame. Gouache and pastel on paper 107 x 78 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

321. Max Mikael Book, ‘Singoland’. From the series ‘Some & Lonesome’. Signed Max Book and dated 2009. Canvas 150 x 240 cm. Provenance: Galleri Christian Larsen, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 620 – 13 940


322. Ernst Billgren, ‘Abstrakt Bord 1’. Table with intarsia and bronze sculpture. Height 75 cm, width 136.5 cm, depth 32 cm. Edition 3. Sculpture signed EB and number 1/3–I. Executed in 2012. Partly plated bronze, inset painting, height 26 cm, width 36 cm, depth 15 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. Acquired by the present owner in 2012. Exhibitions: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, ‘Abstrakt’, 24 March – 6 May 2012. Literature: Lars Bohman Gallery, ‘Ernst Billgren Abstrakt’, 2012, illustrated on p. 30 – 32. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

323. Dan Wolgers, ‘Awakened beauties’. Signed Dan Wolgers and dated 2006 under. Mixed media. Height 25 cm, width 23 cm. Provenance: Acquired directely from the artist by the present owner. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

324. Patrik Andiné, Untitled. Signed Andiné. Panel 52 x 35 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner circa 1998. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 35 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 260


325. Yngve Rådberg, ‘Exterior’. Signed Yngve Rådberg and dated 2011 on verso. Canvas 84 x 126.5 cm. Provenance: Galleri Gunnar Olsson, Stockholm. Exhibitions: Galleri Gunnar Olsson, Stockholm, ‘Exit’, 1 – 25 September 2011. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

326. Roger Metto, ‘Stretching in British Columbia’. Signed Roger Metto and dated 2007 on overlap. Canvas 180 x 200 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580

327A. Viktor Rosdahl, ‘Lost City Tomb’. Signed Viktor Rosdahl and dated 2013. Canvas 181 x 200 cm. Provenance: Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 75 000 – 100 000 / EUR 6 970 – 9 300


327. Linn Fernström, ‘Trollkarlarna’. Signed Linn Fernström and dated 2003 on verso. Pastel on paper 36 x 42 cm. Provenance: Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 30 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 790

328. Marianna Uutinen, ‘Pink Transparent’/‘With or without you’. Signed Marianna Uutinen and dated 1993 on verso. Canvas 92 x 73 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

329. Anette Harboe Flensburg, Untitled. Signed and dated 2012 on verso. Canvas 30 x 40 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

330. Karin Wikström, Untitled. Signed KW. Also signed and dated –77 verso. Oil on panel 30 x 24 cm. Provenance: Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 18 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 680


331. Francis Bacon, ‘Three studies of a male back’. Lithograph in colours (triptych), 1987, on Arches paper, each signed in pencil and numbered 70/99, published by Art International, Paris. I. 60.5 x 44.8 cm. S: 81 x 59,2 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 225 000 / EUR 18 590 – 20 910

332. Banksy, ‘Christ with Shopping Bags’. Screenprint in colours, 2004, signed and numbered 63/82. S: 69 x 49 cm. Certificate from Pest Control issued 19.06.19 accompanies the lot. Provenance: Acquired at Allmänna Galleriet, Stockholm, 2005. (d)

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 590 – 23 240

333. John Baldessari, ‘Two Opponents (Blue & Yellow)’. Screenprint, 2004, signed in pencil and numbered 148/165. 30 x 30 cm. Literature: Gemini Work NumberJBA04–5293

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


334. Jean–Michel Basquiat (After), ‘Hollywood Africans in Front of the Chinese Theater with Footprints of Movie Stars’. 23–Color Screenprint on 4–ply Museum Board, 1983/2015, numbered 30/60, signed on verso on label by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux from The Estate of Jean–Michel Basquiat, published by Flatiron Editions, New York. 96 x 214.8 cm. Certificate included in lot. Provenance: Guy Hepner, New York, USA. Acquired by the present owner from the above.

Estimate: SEK 450 000 – 600 000 / EUR 41 830 – 55 770

335. Jean–Michel Basquiat (After), ‘Per Capita’. Screenprint, 2001 (1983), signed in pencil and numbered AP 3/15, dated ‘11–19–01’ by Gerard Basquiat (Administrator of the Estate of Jean–Michel Basquiat) on the stamp on verso. Published by DeSanctis Carr Fine Art, Los Angeles. 101.6 x 101.6 cm. Provenance: Guy Hepner, New York.

Estimate: SEK 450 000 – 500 000 / EUR 41 830 – 46 470


336. Jean–Michel Basquiat (After), ‘Ascent, Olympic, Leeches, and Liberty’. The complete portfolio comprising 4 screenprints in colours, on Somerset Satin Paper, 2017, signed verso by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux, Administrators of the Estate of Jean–Michel Basquiat. Stamps of the Estate of Jean–Michel Basquiat and Flatiron Editions. Numbered A.P. 20/20. S. 56 x 76.3 cm. Provenance: Guy Hepner, New York.

Estimate: SEK 500 000 – 600 000 / EUR 46 470 – 55 770

337. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Lower Manhattan Wrapped Building, Project for New York’ from ‘Five Urban Projects’. Silkscreen, collotype and photo with collage of fabric and tape, 1985, signed in pencil and numbered 49/100. Printed by Domberger KG, Stuttgart and published by Edition Schellmann, Munich/New York. 35.5 x 28 cm. Literature: Schellmann 127.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


338. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Ponte S. Angelo, Wrapped, Project for Rome’ from ‘Five Urban Projects’. Silkscreen, collotype and photo with collage of fabric and tape, 1985, signed in pencil and numbered 49/100. Printed by Domberger KG, Stuttgart and published by Edition Schellmann, Munich/New York. 28 x 35.5 cm. Literature: Schellmann 123.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400

339. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Wrapped Trees, Project for the Avenue des Champs–Elysées, Paris’ from ‘Five Urban Projects’. Silkscreen, collotype and photo with collage of fabric and tape, 1985, signed in pencil and numbered 49/100. Printed by Domberger KG, Stuttgart and published by Edition Schellmann, Munich/New York. 35.5 x 28 cm. Literature: Schellmann 124.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

340. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Curtains for la Rotonda, project for Milan’ from ‘Five Urban Projects’. Silkscreen, collotype and photo with collage of fabric and tape, 1985, signed in pencil and numbered 49/100. Printed by Domberger KG, Stuttgart and published by Edition Schellmann, Munich/New York. 35.5 x 28 cm. Literature: Schellmann 126.

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

341. Christo & Jeanne–Claude, ‘Mein Kölner Dom Wrapped, Project for Köln’ from ‘Five Urban Projects’. Silkscreen, collotype and photo with collage of fabric and tape, 1985, signed in pencil and numbered 49/100. Printed by Domberger KG, Stuttgart and published by Edition Schellmann, Munich/New York. 28 x 35.5 cm. Literature: Schellmann 125.

Estimate: SEK 12 000 – 15 000 / EUR 1 120 – 1 400


342. Jim Dine, ‘The robe goes to town’. Aquatint and soft–ground etching, 1983, signed with pencil and numbered 39/59. I/P: 62.0 × 53.2 cm S:144.5 × 91 cm. Literature: D’Oench/Feinberg 144.

Estimate: SEK 10 000 – 15 000 / EUR 930 – 1 400

343. Jim Dine, ‘Flowered robe with sky’. Lithograph in colours with hand–applied watercolor on BFK Rives paper, 1980, signed in pencil and numbered 22/31. Printed by Derriere L’Etoile Studios, New York and published by Pace Editions Inc., New York. 95 x 74 cm. Literature: D’Oench/Feinberg 62.

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

344. Peter Doig, ‘Canoe Island’. Silkscreen, 2000, signed and numbered 161/300 on verso. S: 74 x 100 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790


David Hockney David Hockney (b. 1937) belongs to that highly distinguished but rare group of artists that can claim to be living legends. As an important representative of the pop art movement in the sixties Hockney is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Hockney’s early move to the USA, which was his principal home between 1964 and 2008, inspired many of his now iconic motifs, for example sun–drenched swimming pools, as in the piece ‘A Bigger Splash’ (1967, Tate, London). Hockney continued to work on this theme in the monumental (2x3 metres) composition ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)’ from 1972. It is considered the most expensive painting by a living artist after it was sold for a staggering price of 90.3 million US dollars at Christie’s New York on the 15th of November 2018. Hockney’s artistic greatness resides in the uncompromising way in which he constantly challenges and continues to explore new ways of expressing himself. All in his own unique way. As an artist Hockney has worked in varying techniques including painting, drawing, graphic art and photography. But, he has also impressed with outstanding scenography for major productions at the Royal Opera House in London and the Metropolitan Opera in New York etcetera. His 1980s photo collages (where sometimes hundreds of photographs were joined together to create compositions influenced by a Cubistic sense of space) and his ‘fax art’, where he simply sent art works through a fax machine, are all examples of Hockney’s never–ending experimentation. In his seventies (!) Hockney began to explore new techniques again when in 2009 he got an iPhone for the first time. The project resulted in a series of innovative works executed on his iPhone or iPad and exhibited across the world. As if this wasn’t enough Hockney is also the author of a number of serious texts

on the history of art including ‘Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters’ (2001) and ‘A History of Pictures’ (2016), written with Martin Gayford. The always current and eternally energetic Hockney recently left the USA (having had California as his main base for more than five decades) for Normandy in France. The unrelenting heavy smoker apparently, according to himself, prefers the lifestyle there and aims to continue to work until the day he dies (‘I’d like to work and paint and be able to smoke and eat in a restaurant… thank God for Normandy. The French know how to live. They know about pleasure’). Hockney’s latest work, ‘La Grande Cour, Normandy’, was shown at Pace Gallery in New York during September and October 2019. This autumn’s Contemporary Art & Design sale presents ten graphic works by Hockney. The department is crowned by Hockney’s double portrait ‘Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy’ from 1976. Additional works include prints such as ‘Tulips’ from 1973, and ‘Flowers, Apple and Pear on a Table’ from 1986.

350. David Hockney, ‘Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy’. Lithograph, 1976, signed in pencil and numbered 35/96. 73,5 x 96 cm. (d) Estimate: 100 000 – 125 000 SEK / 9 300 – 11 620 EUR 353. David Hockney, ‘Tulips’ (detail). Etching and aquatint, 1973, signed in pencil and numbered 32/75. I: 68 x 54 c, S: 92 x 71.5 cm. (d) Estimate: 80 000 – 100 000 SEK / 7 440 – 9 300 EUR


345. Öyvind Fahlström, ‘Column no. 4 (IB–affair)’. Silkscreen in colour on Fabriano Buttenkarton, 1974, signed in pencil 121/300, printed by Domberger, Stuttgart, published by Die Zeit, Berlin. I: 59 x 48.5 cm, S: 75.7 x 56 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 20 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 860

346. Damien Hirst, ‘Valium’. Digital print on archive paper, 2010, signed and from the edition of 500. 127 x 127 cm. Provenance: Eyestorm, London. Private Collection, Stockholm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

347. Damien Hirst, ‘The Souls I (Topaz/Oriental Gold/Westminister blue)’. Foil block print, 2019, signed in pencil and numbered 3/15. 71 x 51 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


348. David Hockney, ‘Still Life’. Etching and aquatint, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered 33/75. P: 54.4 × 68.5 cm. Literature: Scottish Arts Council, 111. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

349. David Hockney, ‘Ann combing her Hair’. Lithograph, 1979, on Koller handmade wove paper, signed in pencil and numbered 52/75. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, with their blindstamp. S: 60.5 x 79.5 cm. Literature: Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tokyo 215. Gemini 830. (d)

Estimate: SEK 30 000 – 40 000 / EUR 2 790 – 3 720

350. David Hockney, ‘Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy’. Lithograph, 1976, signed in pencil and numbered 35/96. 73,5 x 96 cm. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, with blind stamp in lower right corner. Literature: Livingstone, 72. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 300 – 11 620


351. David Hockney, ‘Celia’. Hard–ground etching and aquatint, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered Artist Proof (edition 75). I: 68 x 54 cm, S:93 x 71,5 cm. Literature: Livingstone 42. Scottish Arts Council 109. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 60 000 / EUR 3 720 – 5 580

352. David Hockney, ‘Flowers, apple and pear on table’. Color home–made print on four sheets of paper, 1986, signed in pencil and numbered 45/59, published by the artist, with the artist’s blindstamp. Total size 55.9 x 43.2 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

353. David Hockney, ‘Tulips’. Etching and aquatint, 1973, signed in pencil and numbered 32/75. Printed by Maurice Payne, London, published by Petersburg Press, London and New York. I:68 x 54 cm, S: 92 x 71.5 cm. Literature: Scottish Arts Council, 158. (d)

Estimate: SEK 80 000 – 100 000 / EUR 7 440 – 9 300


354. David Hockney, ‘He Tore Himself in Two’ from ‘ Six fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm’. Etching, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered AP XV. Published by Petersburg Press Ltd., New York. P: 44.5 x 32 cm, S: 81.5 x 45 cm. Literature: Scottish Arts Council 108. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

355. David Hockney, ‘The Haunted Castle’ from ‘Six Fairy Tales from the Brother’s Grimm’. Etching, 1969, signed with pencil and numbered AP XV, published by Petersburg Press Ltd., New York. P: 34.5 x 21 cm, S: 61 x 43.5 cm. Literature: Scottish Arts Council 92. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

356. David Hockney, ‘The Lake’ from Six Fairy Tales from the Brother’s Grimm’. Etching, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered AP XV, published by Petersburg Press Ltd., New York. P: 45 x 32 cm, S: 60.5 x 44 cm. Literature: Scottish Arts Council 80. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930


357. David Hockney, ‘A Wooded Landscape’ from ‘Six Fairy Tales from the Brother’s Grimm’. Etching, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered AP XV, published by Petersburg Press, Ltd., New York. P: 39 x 27 cm, S: 82 x 44 cm. Literature: Scottish Arts Council 75. (d)

Estimate: SEK 8 000 – 10 000 / EUR 750 – 930

358. Roy Lichtenstein, ‘The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Poster’. Screenprint in colors, 1969, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 173/250, co–published by the artist and Leo Castelli Gallery, New York. I. 58,8 cm (diameter). S: 73 x 73 cm. Literature: Corlett 83.

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440

359. Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Seascape II’ from Édition MAT 65. Édition MAT 1965. Signed and numbered 34/100 on label on verso. Silkscreen and die–cut collage on blue Rowlux, height 33.5, width 63, depth 9.5 cm. Literature: Corlett 40.

Estimate: SEK 60 000 – 80 000 / EUR 5 580 – 7 440


360. Harland Miller, ‘Don’t Let The Bastards Cheer You Up’. Silkscreen, 2009, signed in pencil and numbered 39/50. 59 x 42 cm. Provenance: White Cube, London. (d)

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 300 – 11 620

361. Bruce Nauman, ‘Vision’. Lithograph, 1973, signed in pencil and numbered 34/40, published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, and with their blindstamp. S. 63,5 x 83,8 cm. Provenance: Galerie Burén, Stockholm. Private collection, Stockholm. Literature: Cordes 18. Gemini Publication Sequence Number 436.

Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790

362. Julian Opie, ‘This is Shanoza – Shanoza Pole Dancer’. Vinyl mounted on perspex, edition 1000. 246 x 66 cm. (d)

Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


363. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Cardbird II’, from ‘Cardbird Series’. Mixed media/collage (edition), 1971, signed on verso and numbered 12/75. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. 138 x 86 cm. Provenance: Galerie Burén, Stockholm, 1972. Privat samling, Stockholm. Literature: Gemini Publication Sequence Number, 304.

Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 650 – 5 580

364. Robert Rauschenberg, ‘Sling–Shots lit #8, Black State’. Three Mylar screenprints backed with sailcloth and mounted on a wooden lightbox. Executed in 1985, signature and date incised into metal plate 20/25, from the Sling–Shots Lit series, published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Prints 189 x 134 cm. Light box 215 x 143 x 32 cm. Provenance: Bistborno Gallery, Malmö. Exhibitions: Bistborno Gallery, Malmö, 1980's.

Estimate: SEK 125 000 – 150 000 / EUR 11 620 – 13 940

365. Julian Schnabel, ‘Invierno Sexo Primaveral’ from: ‘From Sexual Spring–Like Winter’. Hand coloured silkscreen with poured resin, 1995, signed in pencil, edition 80. 101 x 76 cm. Estimate: SEK 25 000 – 30 000 / EUR 2 330 – 2 790


366. Frank Stella, ‘Fattiputt’ from ‘Imaginary Places II’. Lithograph, screenprint and aquatint, on TGL handmade paper, 1996, signed and numbered 8/35. Published by Tyler Graphics Ltd., New York. 82.6 cm (diameter) Provenance: Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm. Private Collection, Stockholm.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650

367. Andy Warhol, ‘Moonwalk’. Screenprint, 1987, stamp signed and numbered TP 43/66. Printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York and published by Ronald Feldman, New York. 96,5 x 96,5 cm. With a stamp from Andy Warhol Estate on verso. Provenance: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York. Private Collection, Gothenburg. Literature: Feldman, IIB 404–405.

Estimate: SEK 300 000 – 400 000 / EUR 27 890 – 37 180

368. Andy Warhol, ‘Mao’. Silkscreen in colours, 1972, signed in ball point pen and numbered with stamp 207/250 on verso, printed by Styria Studio, Inc., New York, published by Castelli Graphics and Multiples, Inc., New York. I./S. 91,4 x 91.5 cm. Literature: Feldman II 91.

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890


369. Andy Warhol, ‘Mao’. Silkscreen in colours, 1972, signed in ball point pen and numbered with stamp 207/250 on verso, printed by Styria Studio, Inc., New York, published by Castelli Graphics and Multiples, Inc., New York. I./S. 91,4 x 91.5 cm. Literature: Feldman II 93.

Estimate: SEK 250 000 – 300 000 / EUR 23 240 – 27 890

370. Andy Warhol, ‘Three portraits of Ingrid Bergman by Andy Warhol’. The complete portfolio with three silkscreens in colours, 1983, each signed in pencil and numbered 48/250, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Galerie Börjeson, Malmö. I./S: 96.5 x 96.5 cm Literature: Feldman II.313.

Estimate: SEK 700 000 – 800 000 / EUR 65 060 – 74 350

371. Andy Warhol, ‘Frölunda hockey player’. Silkscreen in colours, 1986, signed in pencil and numbered 28/100, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith with his blind stamp, New York, published by Art Now Gallery, Gothenburg. I./S. 100 x 80 cm. Literature: Feldman II 366.

Estimate: SEK 40 000 – 50 000 / EUR 3 720 – 4 650


372. Andy Warhol, ‘Leonardo da Vinci, The annunciation’, from: ‘Details of renaissance paintings’. Silkscreen in colours, 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 57/60, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Editions Schellmann & Klüser, Munich/New York. 63,5 x 94 cm, S. 81,2 x 111,8 cm. Literature: Feldman II 320.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 300 – 11 620

373. Andy Warhol, ‘Hot Dog Bean’ from ‘Campbell’s Soup II’. Silkscreen in colours, 1969, signed in ball point pen on verso, and numbered 246/250 with rubber stamp on verso, printed by Salvatore Silkscreen Co., Inc., New York, published by Factory Additions, New York. S. 89 x 58.5 cm. Literature: Feldman II 59.

Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 225 000 / EUR 18 590 – 20 910

374. Andy Warhol, ‘Golden Mushroom’, from: ‘Campbell’s soup II’. Screenprint, 1969, signed in ball point pen and stamp signed 246/250 on verso. S: 89 x 58 cm. Printed by Salvatore Silkscreen Co. Inc. New York, published by Factory Additions, New York. Literature: Feldman II 62.

Estimate: SEK 100 000 – 125 000 / EUR 9 300 – 11 620


375. Andy Warhol, ‘Cheddar Cheese’, from: ‘Campbell’s soup II’. Screenprint, 1969, signed in ball point pen and stamp signed 197/250 on verso. S: 89 x 58 cm. Printed by Salvatore Silkscreen Co. Inc. New York, published by Factory Additions, New York. Estimate: SEK 175 000 – 200 000 / EUR 16 270 – 18 590

376. Tom Wesselmann, ‘Big Bedroom blonde’. Screenprint, 1998, signed in pencil and numbered 13/75. I: 88 x 105 cm. Estimate: SEK 50 000 – 60 000 / EUR 4 650 – 5 580

377. Cy Twombly, ‘Tacitus’ from ‘Six Latin Writers and Poets’. Etching and lithograph, 1975–76, signed in pencil and numbered 40/60 on verso. Published by Propyläen–Verlag, Berlin and printed by Matthieu Studio, Zürich. S: 65 x 50 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330


378. Cy Twombly, ‘Catullus’ from ‘Six Latin Writers and Poets’. Etching and lithograph, 1975–76, signed in pencil and numbered 40/60 on verso. Published by Propyläen–Verlag, Berlin and printed by Matthieu Studio, Zürich. S: 65 x 50 cm. Estimate: SEK 20 000 – 25 000 / EUR 1 860 – 2 330

379. Christopher Wool, ‘Black Book’. Illustrated book with 17 offset lithographs, 1989, numbered 269/350. Published by Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Thea Westreich, New York and printed by Karen Davidson, New York. Page 57 x 40 cm (each). Estimate: SEK 200 000 – 250 000 / EUR 18 590 – 23 240

380. Pontus Hultén, ‘Boulevardkartongen Tvångsblandaren’. Paper, cardboard and mixed media, 1955, several arists among others Hans Nordenström, P O Ultvedt, T I Odulf, Tore Hultcrantz and Ulf Lovén. The cardboard box 30 x 44 cm, the artworks sizes various. (d)

Estimate: SEK 15 000 – 18 000 / EUR 1 400 – 1 680


367. Andy Warhol, ‘Moonwalk’ (detail).


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Bukowskis | Contemporary Art & Design No 619 | November 2019  

Bukowskis presents an auction at a high international level with a number of powerful art and design objects from the 1980's. Art and design...

Bukowskis | Contemporary Art & Design No 619 | November 2019  

Bukowskis presents an auction at a high international level with a number of powerful art and design objects from the 1980's. Art and design...

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