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AMERICAN ART EUROPEAN ART AND DESIGN W E D N E S D AY

OC TOBER 2, 2013


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AMERICAN ART EUROPEAN ART AND DESIGN W E D N E S D AY

OC TOBER 2, 2013

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CONTENTS European Art

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Modern Art

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Prints, Photography and 20th Century Design

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American and Regional Art

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Guide for Prospective Buyers

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Terms and Conditions

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EUROPEAN ART LOTS 1-60


1 • AUGUSTE RODIN (French, 1840-1917)

Homme accroupi Bronze with dark brown and green patina, number 9 of 12. Conceived in 1890-1900; cast in 1967 by Georges Rudier. Raised signature to underside “A. Rodin;” signed and numbered along base at rear “A. Rodin No 9;” inscribed with copyright“ by Musee Rodin 1966” and with foundry inscription “Georges Rudier. Fondeur. Paris.” Bronze: 5''H. $10,000 - 15,000

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3 • H E N R I D E T O U LO U S E LAUTREC (French, 1864-1901)

Le chirurgien Pean operant Pencil on lined paper, 1891. Stamped with monogram lower right. Sheet: 6.5''H x 4''W; Frame: 13''H x 10.5''W.

2 • J E A N LO U I S F O R A I N (French, 1852-1931)

L’affichage au club Gouache, pastel and ink on paper, 1888. Signed lower right “jl. forain;” titled lower center. With old unidentified exhibition label on the reverse dated 1938, Brussels. Sheet: 18.25''H x 14''W; Frame: 21''H x 16.5''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, May 5 1999, Lot 378. $1500 - 2500

Provenance: Estate of the artist; Gabriel Tapie de Celeyran, Paris; Marcel Guiot, Paris; Paulette Goddard, New York; Sotheby’s New York, October 18 1985, Lot 16; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schimmel, New York; R.H. Ellsworth, Ltd., New York; Sotheby’s New York, April 2001; Private collection; Lucien Goldschmidt Inc., New York; Christie’s New York, September 12 2007, Lot 58. Literature: M. Joyant, “Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1864-1901: dessins, estampes, affiches,” Paris, 1927, p. 196 (illustrated p. 256); G. Mack, “Toulouse-Lautrec,” New York, 1938, p. 23; M.G. Dortu, “Toulouse-Lautrec et son oeuvre,” New York, 1971, vol. V, p. 520, no. D.3.190 (illustrated, p. 521). Note: Gabriel Tapie de Celeyran, Lautrec’s cousin, served as an intern at Dr. Pean’s hospital, where Lautrec drew the doctor as he demonstrated surgical techniques to his students (Natanson, “Un Henri de Toulouse Lautrec,” p. 230). $2000 - 3000

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4 • H E N R I D E T O U LO U S E - L A U T R E C

5 • CAMILLE PISSARRO

(French, 1864-1901)

(French, 1830-1903)

Nicoise

Paysanne

Watercolor and pencil on paper, 1881. Monogrammed lower left.

Watercolor over pencil on paper, circa 1883. Initialed lower right “C.P.”

Sheet: 5.5''H x 4.125''W; Frame: 13.5''H x 12.25''W. Provenance: Galerie Stiebel, Paris; Hammer Galleries, New York; Sotheby’s New York, June 24 1998, Lot 6. Exhibited: Palms de la Mediterranee, Nice, 1957, catalogue #26. Literature: M.G. Dortu, “Toulouse-Lautrec et son oeuvre,” vol. III, New York, 1971, no. A. 168, p. 490-1, illustrated. $5000 - 7000

Sheet: 6''H x 3.625''W; Frame: 25''H x 22.25''W. Provenance: Titus Fine Art, Los Angeles; Ex-collection Russell Collection Gallery, Austin; Private collection; Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 15. Note: Joachim Pissarro has confirmed the authenticity of this watercolor. $3000 - 5000

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7 • EUGENE BOUDIN (French, 1824-1898)

Femmes a la plage Pastel on blue paper. Initialed lower right “E B.” Sheet: 5.25''H x 8.25''W; Frame: 14.5''H x 16.75''W. Provenance: Private collection, Switzerland; Christie’s Paris, May 26 2004, Lot 4; Private collection; Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 9.

6 • MARC CHAGALL (Russian/French, 1887-1985)

Note: Robert Schmit has confirmed the authenticity of this work; it is registered in his archives under #6528. $3000 - 5000

Tree and Boat Ink with traces of green pencil on paper. Signed lower right “Marc Chagall.” Sheet: 6.325''H x 3.875''W; Frame: 20''H x 18''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, February 16 1999, Lot 21. $5000 - 7000

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8 • LEON AUGUSTIN LHERMITTE (French, 1844-1925)

Figure on a Cottage Lined Path Pastel on paper laid down on board. Signed lower left “L. Lhermitte.” Board reverse with label “Jules Viellard, Dorure and Encadrements Artistiques, 10 Rue de Louvois, pres la Bibliotheque Nationale.” Board: 10"H x 13"W; Frame: 16.5"H x 19.5"W. Provenance: Private collection, Wichita Falls, Texas. $5000 - 7000

9 • CAMILLE PISSARRO (French, 1830-1903)

Paysage du midi Watercolor over pencil on paper laid down on board. Stamped with initials lower left “C.P.” Sheet: 6.125''H x 4.875''W; Frame: 21.75''H x 18.75''W. Provenance: Estate of the artist, Galerie Bernheim Jeune, Paris; Mme. C. Vegee, Paris; Joseph Edwards, New York; J.L. Hudson Galleries, Detroit; Christie’s New York, May 6 1998, Lot 253. $6000 - 8000

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10 • P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R (French, 1841-1919)

Esquisse de paysage Oil on canvas mounted on panel. With a type-written label on the reverse inscribed “Figures dans ouvrage: Atelier de Renoir, Bernheim, pl. 182, cliche 279.” Canvas: 3.25''H x 3.75''W; Frame: 25.5''H x 25.5''W. Provenance: Galerie Barbazanges, Paris (label on reverse); Sotheby’s Arcade, June 30 2004, Lot 333. Literature: Bernheim-Jeune, “L'Atelier de Renoir,” Tome II, plate 122, left center part of No. 379. Note: This work will be included in the Renoir catalogue critique in preparation by the Wildenstein Institute from the François Daulte, Durand-Ruel, Venturi, Vollard and Wildenstein archives. $10,000 - 15,000

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11 • P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R A N D LO U I S M O R E L Danseuse au tambourin I Terracotta relief plaque. Conceived in 1918, cast in 1946. Stamped with signature and numbered lower right “Renoir 3.” Plaque: 23''H x 15.375''W; Frame: 24.5''H x 17.5''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, May 8 2001, Lot 5. Literature: P. Haesaerts, “Renoir Sculptor,” New York, 1947, p. 43, no. 22 (another cast illustrated, pl. XLIV). Note: Renoir collaborated with Richard Guino on roughly 20 sculptures until 1918, when he enlisted the talents of younger sculptor Louis Morel. Renoir and Morel created three terracotta reliefs depicting Dionysian scenes, including “Danseuse au tambourin I” and “Le joueur de flute.” $5000 - 7000

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12 • P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R A N D LO U I S M O R E L Le joueuer de flute Terracotta relief plaque. Conceived in 1918, cast in 1946. Stamped with signature and numbered lower right “Renoir 4.” Plaque: 22.5''H x 16.625''W; Frame: 24.25''H x 18''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, May 8 2001, Lot 6. Literature: P. Haesaerts, “Renoir Sculptor,” New York, 1947, p. 43, no. 24 (another cast illustrated, pl. XLVII). Note: Renoir collaborated with Richard Guino on roughly 20 sculptures until 1918, when he enlisted the talents of younger sculptor Louis Morel. Renoir and Morel created three terracotta reliefs depicting Dionysian scenes, including “Danseuse au tambourin I” and “Le joueur de flute.” $5000 - 7000

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13 • G E O R G E S R O U A U LT (French, 1871-1958)

Silhouette de femme Watercolor, brush and black ink on paper, 1915. Signed and dated upper right “G. Rouault 1915,” also stamped “35” upper right. Frame verso with label “The House of Heydenryk, New York.” Sheet: 11''H x 8''W; Frame: 22.75''H x 20.75''W. Provenance: Corcoran Fine Art, Cleveland Heights, Ohio; Private collection; Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 12. Literature: B. Dorival and I. Rouault, “Rouault: L’oeuvre peint,” Monte-Carlo, 1988, vol. I, p. 84, no. 271 (illustrated). $8000 - 12,000

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14 • M A U R I C E U T R I L LO (French 1883-1955)

Fleurs dans un vase Gouache over pencil on paper, 1938. Signed, dated and inscribed lower right “Maurice, Utrillo, V., NOUVELAN 1938;” signed and dated again lower left, and dedicated “Avec toutes mes sympathies a l’ami Paul Petrides, Maurice, Utrillo, V, 1938.” Sheet: 12.75''H x 9.75''W; Frame: 23.25''H x 20''W. Provenance: Paul Petrides, Paris; Christie’s New York, September 12 2007, Lot 1. Exhibited: Galerie Charpentier, Paris, “Cent Tableaux par Utrillo,” 1959 (label on the reverse). Note: Jean Fabris has confirmed the authenticity of this work. $9000 - 12,000

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15 • PA U L S I G N A C (French, 1863-1935)

Vue de Seine, la passerelle Debilly Watercolor and gouache over pencil on paper laid down on card, 1903. Label on the reverse “The House of Heydenryk, New York.” Sheet: 5.5''H x 8.5''W; Frame: 13''H x 15.75''W. Provenance: Private collection; Sotheby’s May 16, 2001; Private collection; Sotheby’s Arcade, June 29 2004, Lot 339. Note: The bridge depicted in this work was commissioned for the Exposition Universelle of 1900. Originally called “the Magdebour” or “de Billy Passerelle,” it was later moved to its current location near the Eiffel Tower. $6000 - 8000

16 • MAXIMILIEN LUCE (French, 1858-1941)

L'excavation Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Luce.” Inscribed sticker verso “From The Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Schermer, Shaker Heights, Ohio.” Canvas: 5.25''H x 9.5''W; Frame: 11.75''H x 16''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, October 6 1998, Lot 44. $2000 - 3000

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17 • PA U L E M I L E P I S S A R R O (French, 1884-1972)

Riviere Printemps Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Paulemile Pissarro.” Canvas: 21''H x 26''W; Frame: 30.5''H x 35''W. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, New York (label on reverse); Doyle New York, November 2 1998, Lot 91.

19 • J E A N D U F Y

$3000 - 5000

Bouquet de fleurs dans une vase

(French, 1888-1964)

Watercolor on paper, 1919. Signed lower left “Jean Dufy,” inscribed and dated lower left “Dugny Meuse 1919.” Sheet: 10.75''H x 8.25''W; Frame: 17.25''H x 14.5''W.

18 • E U G E N E G A L I E N - L A LO U E (French, 1854-1941)

Sunset Landscape Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “E Galiany.”

Provenance: Wiener Gallery, New York (stamp verso); the Collection of Geoffrey Beene, Sotheby’s New York, September 24 2005, Lot 380. Note: Jacques Bailly has confirmed the authenticity of this work. $2000 - 4000

Canvas: 19.5''H x 25.75''W; Frame: 27.5''H x 33.25''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, July 16 1998, Lot 419. $3000 - 5000 17


20 • J E A N D U F Y (French, 1888-1964)

View sur le canal a Venise Watercolor on paper, 1928. Signed lower right “Jean Dufy.” With label verso “Roosevelt Field Art Center Inc., New Jersey.” Sheet: 17.325''H x 20.5''W; Frame: 27''H x 31''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, June 9 1994, Lot 45. Note: Accompanied by photocertificate No. 3058 signed by Leandre Quesnel and dated 1993. $5000 - 7000

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21 • J E A N D U F Y (French, 1888-1964)

Clowns musiciens Watercolor and gouache on paper. Signed lower left “Jean Dufy.” Sheet: 12.25''H x 17.5''W; Frame: 18.75''H x 24.25''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s Olympia, March 20 2003, Lot 91; Madame Quenot, France; Sotheby’s New York, June 29-30 2004, Lot 348. Note: This work is included in the second volume of the artist’s catalogue raisonne prepared by Jacques Bailly. $5000 - 7000

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22 • F E D E R I C O B A L L E S I O (Italian, 1880-1920)

The Concert Watercolor on paper. Signed and inscribed lower right “F Ballesio Roma.” Sight: 20''H x 30''W; Frame: 32''H x 40.75''W. Provenance: Butterfields, November 11 1992, Lot 3140. $3000 - 5000

23 • B E R N A R D B O R I O N E (French, c. 1865)

A Game of Chess Watercolor on paper. Signed lower left “B. Borione Paris.” Sight: 11''H x 8.75''W; Frame: 24''H x 21.5''W. $1200 - 1800

24 • C E S A R E D E T T I (Italian, 1847-1914)

The Critic Watercolor on paper, 1872. Signed, dated and inscribed lower left “C. Detti Roma 72.” Sheet: 14''H x 10"W; Frame: 23.25''H x 19.5''W. $1000 - 1500

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25 • E T I E N N E P R O S P E R B E R N E - B E L L E C O U R

26 • H E R M A N N M A U R I C E C O S S M A N N

27 • J O H N B U R G E S S

(French, 1838-1910)

(French, 1821-1890)

(British, 1830-1897)

A soldier with his horse

The Greeting

On the Balcony

Oil on panel, 1903. Signed and dated lower right “E. Berne-Bellecour. 1903-.”

Oil on panel. Signed and inscribed lower left “M Cossmann Paris.”

Oil on canvas, 1875. Titled, signed and dated canvas verso “JB Burgess 1875.”

Panel: 19''H x 14''W; Frame: 29.5''H x 24.25''W.

Panel: 21.25''H x 15.5''W; Frame: 29.25''H x 23.25''W.

Canvas: 30''H x 20''W; Frame: 43.25''H x 33.25''W.

Provenance: Christie’s New York, June 15 1999, Lot 67.

Provenance: Butterfield and Butterfield San Francisco, November 19 1997, Lot 4192.

$1200 - 1800

$1500 - 2500

$2000 - 3000

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28 • M A U R I C E B R I A N C H O N (French, 1899-1979)

Le Ballet - Louis XIV Oil on board. Signed lower right “Brianchon.” Board: 14.25''H x 9''W; Frame: 17.5''H x 12.25''W. Provenance: Findlay Galleries, New York (label on reverse). $1500 - 2500

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29 • W I L L I A M O L I V E R (British, 1823-1901)

The Invitation Oil on canvas, 1873. Signed and dated lower left “W. Oliver 1873.” Canvas: 32''H x 26''W; Frame: 38''H x 32''W. $2500 - 3500

30 • J O H N E M M A N U E L J A C O B S (British, fl. 1882-1898)

Windsor Castle Oil on canvas, 1885. Signed and dated lower left “J.E. Jacobs /85.” Canvas: 48''H x 72.5''W; Frame: 63.25''H x 87''W. Provenance: Phillips London, June 3 1997, Lot 112. $4000 - 6000

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31 • E D M O N D - F R A N C O I S AMAN-JEAN (French, 1860-1935)

Celine Adele Marillier Oil on canvas, 1885. Signed and inscribed in gold upper right “Anno - MDCCCLXXXV/Aman Jean pinxit/Imago Celine Adele Marillier/Aetatis Suae/XXV.” Canvas: 45.5''H x 35.5''W; Frame: 50''H x 40''W. Provenance: Christie’s London, June 25 1998, Lot 292. Note: Accompanied by a photocertificate signed by Robert Hellebranth, dated April 23, 1998, stating this work will be included in the artist’s catalogue raisonne. The book held by the sitter is “L’unique et sa propriete” by Max Stirner, originally published in German in 1845 as “Der einzige und sein eigentum.” An extract from the book is inscribed on the stretcher verso. $5000 - 7000

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32 • L E O N G A S PA R D (Russian/American, 1882-1964)

Russian Boy Oil on canvas laid down on canvas. Signed lower left “LSGaspard.” Canvas: 9.5''H x 8''W; Frame: 16.5''H x 14.5''W. Provenance: Fenn Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico (label on reverse). $6000 - 8000

33 • J E A N B E R A U D (French, 1848-1935)

Marguerite Fernand Bourdet et ses trois fils Oil on panel, 1894-95. Signed lower center “Jean Beraud;” with old paper label on the reverse identifying the sitters; panel verso stamped “F. DUPRE.” Panel: 12.5''H x 15.75''W; Frame: 20.25''H x 23.5''W. Provenance: Christie’s London, June 25 1998, Lot 299. Note: This painting is included in the catalogue raisonne for the artist compiled by Patrick Offenstadt. $3000 - 5000

34 • G U S TAV E J E A N J A C Q U E T (French, 1846-1909)

Le chapeau rouge aux fleurs Oil on canvas. Signed upper left “G. Jacquet.” Canvas: 21''H x 14''W; Frame: 31.5''H x 24.5''W. Provenance: Doyle New York, May 20 1998, Lot 122. $4000 - 6000

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35 • A L F R E D S T E V E N S (Belgian, 1823-1903)

Le bijou Oil on panel. Signed lower left “AStevens.” Panel: 33''H x 24''W; Frame: 42''H x 32''W. Provenance: Ex-collection Dr. and Mrs. O.K. Cosla, New York. Exhibited: E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA “The Cosla Collection,” 1948; Maryhill Museum of Art, Maryhill, WA, 1950 (label on reverse). $25,000 - 35,000

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36 • H E N R I FA N T I N - L AT O U R (French, 1836-1904)

La toilette Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Fantin.” Canvas: 9.5''H x 12.25''W; Frame: 14.5''H x 17.25''W. Provenance: Gustave Tempelaere, Paris; Alex Reid, Glasgow; Watson Art Galleries, Montreal (label on reverse); Christie’s New York, June 15 1999, Lot 26. Literature: Madame Fantin-Latour, “Catalogue de l’oeuvre de Fantin-Latour,” Paris, 1911, No. 1440, p. 152. Note: This painting will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonne of the artist’s paintings and pastels in preparation by Galerie Brame and Lorenceau.

37 • AFTER ALBERT ERNEST CARRIER-BELLEUSE

$4000 - 6000

(French, 1824-1887)

Melody Bronze sculpture. Inscribed “A. Carrier Belleuse, Hors. Concours.” 30.75''H. $2000 - 3000

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38 • H E N R I FA N T I N - L AT O U R (French, 1836-1904)

Deux baigneuses Oil on canvas, 1904. Signed lower right “Fantin.” Canvas: 9.875''H x 11.375''W; Frame: 15.25''H x 16.5''W. Provenance: Gustave Tempelaere, Paris (canvas stamp verso); E.J. van Wisselingh and Co., Amsterdam; Private collection, Barrington, IL. Literature: Madame Fantin-Latour, “Catalogue de l’Oeuvre Complet de Henri Fantin-Latour,” Floury Editeur, Paris 1911, No. 2135, page 225. Note: This painting will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonne of the artist’s paintings and pastels in preparation by Galerie Brame and Lorenceau. $3000 - 5000

39 • N A R C I S S E V I R G I L E D I A Z D E L A P E N A (French, 1807-1876)

Two Sisters Walking Through the Woods Oil on panel. Signed lower left “N Diaz,” obscured by frame. Panel: 14''H x 10.5''W; Frame: 23''H x 19.75''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, May 1998, Lot 38. $2500 - 3500

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40 • H E N R I L E B A S Q U E (French, 1865-1937)

Jeune fille la poupe antique Oil on canvas, 1917. Signed lower right “H. Lebasque.” Canvas: 23.25''H x 17''W; Frame: 31.5''H x 25''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, May 5 1998, Lot 212. Literature: Paul Vitry, “Henri Lebasque,” Paris, Imprimerie Georges Petit, 1928 (illustrated, p. 195). Note: Denise Bazetoux has confirmed the authenticity of this painting. This painting is a fragment of the fresco commissioned by the Beaux Arts, Paris. $12,000 - 18,000

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41 • H E N R I M A R T I N (French, 1860-1943)

Jeune femme au chapeau Oil on panel, 1930. Signed and dated upper right “Henri Martin 30.” Panel: 18''H x 13''W; Frame: 26.75''H x 21.75''W. Provenance: Madame Duhem; Sotheby’s New York, February 17 1999, Lot 142. $15,000 - 20,000

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42 • EDOUARD LEON CORTES (French, 1882-1969)

Place de la Republique Oil on board. Signed lower left “Edouard Cortes.” Board: 6.25''H x 8.75''W; Frame: 13''H x 15.5''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, June 15 1999, Lot 354. Note: This painting will be included in Nicole Verdier’s forthcoming Edouard Leon Cortes catalogue raisonne Vol. III. $7000 - 9000

43 • A N T O I N E B L A N C H A R D (French, 1910-1988)

Place de la Republique Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Antoine Blanchard;” inscribed canvas verso “H1274” and with an illegible stamp. Canvas: 18''H x 22''W; Frame: 26''H x 30''W. Note: This work was examined, via photograph, by Rehs Galleries Inc., New York, and has been included in their online catalogue of Antoine Blanchard’s work. $5000 - 7000

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44 • A N T O I N E B L A N C H A R D (French, 1910-1988)

Vue de Notre Dame aux bouquinistes Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Antoine Blanchard.” Canvas: 18.25''H x 21.5''W; Frame: 27.75''H x 31.25''W. Note: This work was examined, via photograph, by Rehs Galleries Inc., New York, and has been included in their online catalogue of Antoine Blanchard’s work. $5000 - 7000

45 • H U G H E S C L A U D E P I S S A R R O (French, b. 1935)

Les palmiers des Cannes Pastel on paper. Signed lower left “H. Claude Pissarro.” Sheet: 14''H x 20''W; Frame: 24''H x 29.5''W. $3000 - 5000

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46 • H U G H E S C L A U D E P I S S A R R O (French, b. 1935)

Les pommiers roses Oil on canvas. Signed and inscribed lower right “H. Claude Pissarro -le petit fils;” signed and titled canvas verso. Canvas: 23.5''H x 28.5''W; Frame: 30.5''H x 35.5''W. $6000 - 8000

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47 • Y V O N N E C A N U (French, 1921-2008)

Port Grimaud Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Canu;” signed, titled and inscribed “227” canvas verso. Canvas: 8.5''H x 10.75''W; Frame: 14.25''H x 16.25''W. $1500 - 2500

49 • H U G H E S C L A U D E P I S S A R R O (French, b. 1935)

L'arrivee des modeles au jardin de Vallauris Pastel on paper. Signed lower left “H. Claude Pissarro.” Sheet: 15''H x 20''W; Frame: 24''H x 29.5''W. $3000 - 5000

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48 • E M M A N U E L M A N E - K AT Z (Russian/French, 1894-1962)

Boats in the Harbor Gouache on board, 1941. Signed and dated lower left “Mane-Katz 41.” Board: 22''H x 28''W; Frame: 30''H x 36''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, February 24 1995, Lot 73; Private collection; Christie’s New York, May 8 2001, Lot 115. $2500 - 3500

50 • H U G H E S C L A U D E P I S S A R R O (French, b. 1935)

St. Aignan le Malherbe - vu de la colline Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “H. Claude Pissarro 'le petit fils';” signed and titled canvas verso. Canvas: 20''H x 24''W; Frame: 27.25''H x 31.5''W. $5000 - 7000 33


51 • Y O L A N D E A R D I S S O N E (French, b. 1927)

Floral Landscape Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Ardissone.” Canvas: 29''H x 36''W; Frame: 36.75''H x 44''W. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, New York (label on reverse). $1800 - 2500

52 • Y O L A N D E A R D I S S O N E (French, b. 1927)

Village Scene Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Ardissone.” Canvas: 15''H x 18''W; Frame: 22.25''H x 25.5''W. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, New York (label on reverse). $1400 - 1800

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53 • H U G H E S C L A U D E P I S S A R R O (French, b. 1935)

Le jardin d'Athis en Juillet Pastel on paper. Signed lower left “H. Claude Pissarro.” Sight: 19.25''H x 13.75''W; Frame: 29''H x 23.5''W. $1800 - 2500

54 • Y O L A N D E A R D I S S O N E (French, b. 1927)

Golfe du Morbihan Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Ardissone;” titled on stretcher verso. Canvas: 21.5''H x 25.5''W; Frame: 31.25''H x 35.5''W. Provenance: Doyle New York, May 22 2001, Lot 203. $2000 - 3000 35


55 • S AY E D H A I D E R R A Z A (Indian, b. 1922)

Untitled (Workers Gathering Hay) Watercolor and graphite on paper. Signed lower right “S. H. Raza,” the reverse with a watercolor study depicting a river scene with fishermen and their boats. Sheet: 12"H x 17.5"W; Frame: 18"H x 22.25"W. Provenance: Ex-collection of Paul Reinhart Inc. of Richardson, Texas, one of the country’s largest cotton merchants; Sotheby’s New York, September 10 2012, Lot 57. $5000 - 7000

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56 • S AY E D H A I D E R R A Z A (Indian, b. 1922)

Untitled (Women Sorting Coffee) Watercolor and graphite on paper. Signed lower right “S. H. Raza.” Sheet: 12"H x 18.25"W; Frame: 18"H x 22.25"W. Provenance: Ex-collection of Paul Reinhart Inc. of Richardson, Texas, one of the country’s largest cotton merchants. $5000 - 7000

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57 • S AY E D H A I D E R R A Z A (Indian, b. 1922)

Untitled (Women Sorting Grain, Malabar Coast) Watercolor and graphite on board. Faintly signed lower left “S. H. Raza,” board stamp on the reverse “Winsor and Newton, Whatman Water-Colour Board.” Board: 13.5"H x 18.25"W; Frame: 18"H x 22.25"W. Provenance: Ex-collection of Paul Reinhart Inc. of Richardson, Texas, one of the country’s largest cotton merchants. $5000 - 7000

58 • G U Y B A R D O N E (French, b. 1927)

Femme aux Paniers, Janitzio Oil on canvas, 1965. Signed lower left “Bardone,” dated “65” and signed on canvas verso, titled on stretcher verso. Canvas: 28.75''H x 36.25''W; Frame: 36''H x 43.5''W. Provenance: David B. Findlay Galleries, New York (label on the reverse). $1800 - 2500

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59 • L A Z A R O LO Z A N O (Portuguese, 1906-1999)

Remeros Oil on canvas, 1980. Signed lower left “Lazaro Lozano;” signed, titled and dated on canvas verso. Canvas: 21.75''H x 18''W; Frame: 25.75''H x 22.25''W. $1800 - 2500

60 • L A Z A R O LO Z A N O (Portuguese, 1906-1999)

Maternidad Oil on masonite. Signed lower left “Lazaro Lozano;” signed and titled on the verso. Masonite: 13.75''H x 10.75''W; Frame: 18.25''H x 15''W. $1800 - 2500

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MODERN ART LOTS 61-139


63 • N I G E L H A L L (British, b. 1943)

5.3.97 Acrylic and charcoal on canvas, 1997. Signed and dated lower right “Nigel Hall 5.3.97.” Canvas: 36''H x 30''W; Unframed. Provenance: Annely Juda Fine Art, London (label on reverse); Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, November 6 2005, Lot 93. $1000 - 1500

61 • J A C Q U E S L I P C H I T Z (Lithuanian/French, 1891-1973)

Prometheus et le vautour Brush and black ink and gray wash, pen and blue ink and colored wax crayons on paper. Signed upper right “JLipchitz.” Sheet: 11.625''H x 8.75''W; Frame: 17.25''H x 14.5''W. Provenance: Center Art Gallery, Honolulu; Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 126. Note: Pierre Levai has confirmed the authenticity of this work. $2500 - 3500

62 • E R N E S T O TATA F I O R E (Italian, b. 1943)

La vertu Gouache and pencil on Japan paper partially laid down on card, 1980. Signed upper left “tatafiore” and titled three times along right edge. Sheet: 32.25''H x 13.5''W; Frame: 34.25''H x 14.75''W. Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 176. $1200 - 1800

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64 • J O H N H O Y L A N D (British, 1934-2011)

Untitled Acrylic on paper, 1985. Signed and dated along bottom edge “John Hoyland 85.” Sheet: 30''H x 22''W; Frame: 33.5''H x 27.25''W. Provenance: Waddington Galleries, Ltd. (label on reverse); Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, October 25 2006, Lot 174. $3000 - 5000

65 • J A C K J E F F E R S O N (American/California, 1920-2000)

July '86 Mixed media on paper, 1986. Unsigned; dated verso. Sheet: 25''H x 40''W; Frame: 31.25''H x 44.75''W. Provenance: Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco (label on reverse); Private collection, San Francisco; Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, November 6 2005, Lot 171. $2500 - 3500 43


66 • E N R I C O D O N AT I (Italian/American, 1909-2008)

Rosetta Oil and sand on canvas, 1983. Signed, titled and dated on canvas verso “Enrico Donati, Rosetta 1983;” titled and dated on stretcher verso. Canvas: 40''H x 42''W; Frame: 41.5''H x 43.5''W. Provenance: Doyle New York, May 6 2004, Lot 169. $6000 - 8000

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67 • A N T H O N Y W H I S H AW (British, b. 1930)

Landscape through Window Acrylic on masonite. Signed on board verso “A Whishaw.” Masonite: 35.25''H x 41.75''W; Frame: 36.5''H x 42.5''W.

71 • E M I L B I S T T R A M

Provenance: Bonhams London, Knightsbridge, October 25 2006, Lot 120.

Abstract

(American, 1895-1976) Gouache on paper, 1939. Signed and dated lower right “Bisttram 39.”

$1000 - 1500

Sheet: 14''H x 11''W; Frame: 20.5''H x 17.5''W. $1500 - 2500

69 • EMIL BIST TRAM (American, 1895-1976)

Abstract Gouache on paper, 1944. Signed and dated lower right “Bisttram 44.” Sheet: 14''H x 11''W; Frame: 20.5''H x 17.5'W. $1500 - 2500

68 • C L A U D E S C H U R R (French, b. 1921)

Le phare d'Eckmuhl Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Claude Schurr;” titled and signed on stretcher verso. Canvas: 10.5"H x 9"W; Frame: 16.5"H x 14.5"W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $1000 - 1500

7 0 • F R A N K LO B D E L L (American/California, b. 1921)

Untitled Abstract Mixed media on paper, 1993. Initialed and dated lower right “L 11.23.93.” Sheet: 13''H x 17''W; Frame: 22''H x 25.5''W. Provenance: Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco; Property of Mary Heath Keesling Trust, San Francisco; Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, May 22 2007, Lot 341. $2500 - 3500 45


72 • A N D R E V O LT E N (Dutch, 1925-2002)

Composition nr.7 Oil on canvas, 1955. Signed “Andre Volten,” titled, dated and inscribed “dahliastr, 11, Amsterdam, noord” canvas verso. Canvas: 39.5''H x 51.5''W; Frame: 40''H x 52''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s Arcade, October 7 2003, Lot 319. $2000 - 3000

73 • C H A R L E S G R E E N S H AW (American/New York, 1892-1974)

Identity 2 Oil on canvas, 1963. Signed lower right “Shaw;” signed canvas verso “Charles Shaw;” dated and titled on a paper label verso. Canvas: 30''H x 22''W; Frame: 30.75''H x 22.5''W. Provenance: Bertha Schaefer Gallery, New York (label on the reverse); Doyle New York, April 17 2002, Lot 33. $3000 - 5000

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74 • PA U L H O R I U C H I (Japanese/American, 1906-1999)

Yellow Covers Blue Oil on paper and canvas collage on canvas, 1966. Signed and dated lower right “Horiuchi 66.” Canvas: 70.5''H x 77.5''W; Frame: 71.75''H x 78.75''W. Provenance: Nordness Gallery, Inc., New York (label on reverse); Christie’s New York, July 11 2006, Lot 31. $3000 - 5000

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75 • EMIL BIST TRAM (American, 1895-1976)

Abstract Gouache on paper, 1944. Signed and dated lower left “Bisttram 44.” Sheet: 14''H x 11''W; Frame: 20.5''H x 17.5''W. $1500 - 2500

77 • W I L L I A M M E T C A L F (American/California, b. 1945)

Victim of Romance 76 • L A D D I E J O H N D I L L (American/California, b. 1943)

Abstract Mixed media on heavy paper, 1982. Signed and dated lower right “Laddie John Dill 1982.” Sheet: 20''H x 40''W; Frame: 27''H x 46.5''W. Provenance: James Corcoran Gallery, Los Angeles (label on reverse). $1000 - 1500

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Acrylic on canvas, 1988. Signed lower right “Wm Metcalf;” signed, dated and with artist’s copyright on canvas verso “WM Metcalf 1988;” titled on stretcher verso. Canvas: 68''H x 60''W; Unframed. Provenance: Sena Galleries West, San Francisco (label on reverse); Bonhams and Butterfields Los Angeles, May 22 2007, Lot 73. $1500 - 2500


78 • S A LO M E ( W O L F G A N G CIHLARZ) (German/American, b. 1954)

Overpowered Black Attack Mixed media on canvas, 1983. Titled, signed and dated on canvas reverse “Salome 83.”

79 • J O S E P H S T E FA N E L L I

Canvas: 72''H x 72''W; Unframed.

Dictum

Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist by a private collector, Los Angeles; Galerie Bischofberger, Zurich (label on reverse); LA Louver Gallery, Venice, California (label on reverse); Sotheby’s New York, September 29 2004, Lot 350.

Oil on canvas, 1962. Signed, dated and titled on canvas verso “Stefanelli ‘62.”

(American/New York, b. 1921)

Canvas: 47"H x 31.5"W; Frame: 47.5"H x 32"W. Provenance: McCormick Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (label on the reverse). $2500 - 3500

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80 • J A C K R O T H (American/New York, 1927-2004)

Untitled Acrylic on paper, 1981. Signed lower right “Roth.” Sheet: 30"H x 22"W; Frame: 33.75"H x 25.75"W. $2500 - 3500

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81 • S A M F R A N C I S (American/California, 1923-1994)

Untitled Abstract Acrylic on paper, 1989. Signed and dated on the reverse “Sam Francis 1989.” Sheet: 18.25''H x 13.75''W; Frame: 25.25''H x 21''W. Provenance: Geri Obler, New York; Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 75. $10,000 - 15,000 51


82 • J A C K R O T H (American/New York, 1927-2004)

Untitled Acrylic on paper, 1981. Signed and dated at lower center “Roth 81.” Sheet: 30"H x 22"W; Frame: 33"H x 25.25"W. $3000 - 5000

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84 • S A M F R A N C I S (American/California, 1923-1994)

Untitled, “from Pasadena box #77” Gouache on paper, 1964. Signed on paper verso “Sam Francis.”

83 • SAM FRANCIS (American/California, 1923-1994)

Untitled Acrylic on paper, 1990. Stamped signature, Sam Francis estate stamp and estate number to the reverse “SF90-188.”

Sheet: 3.5''H x 3.5''W; Frame: 16.5''H x 16''W. Provenance: Estate of Sam Francis; Manny Silverman Gallery, Los Angeles; Howard Russek Fine Art, Gladwynne, PA and Palm Beach; Private collection; Sotheby’s New York, October 7 2003, Lot 400. $4000 - 6000

Sheet: 18''H x 12"W; Frame: 25''H x 18.5''W. Provenance: Sam Francis Estate, Los Angeles; Manny Silvermann Gallery, Los Angeles; Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 74. $8000 - 12,000

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86 • M A R K T O B E Y (American, 1890-1976)

Untitled Gouache on paper, 1968. Signed and dated lower right ” Tobey 68.” Sheet: 9"H x 12"W; Frame: 16"H x 18.75"W.

85 • M A R K T O B E Y (American, 1890-1976)

Provenance: Private collection, Seattle, Washington.

Untitled

$4000 - 6000

Gouache on paper, 1969. Signed and dated lower right “Tobey 69.” Sheet: 9"H x 12"W: Frame: 19.5"H x 16.5"W. Provenance: Private collection, Seattle, Washington. $4000 - 6000

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87 • M A R K T O B E Y (American, 1890-1976)

Untitled Gouache on paper, 1965. Signed and dated lower right “Tobey 65.” Sheet: 5.75"H x 9"W; Frame: 14.25"H x 17"W. Provenance: Private collection, Seattle, Washington. $3000 - 5000

88 • M A R K T O B E Y (American, 1890-1976)

Untitled Gouache on paper, 1964. Signed and dated lower right “Tobey '64.” Sheet: 8"H x 11.25"W; Frame: 15.25"H x 18.5"W. Provenance: Private collection, Seattle, Washington. $4000 - 6000

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89 • J O H N L I T T L E (American/New York, 1907-1984)

Collage Mixed media collage on paper, 1962. Signed and dated at lower left “John Little ‘62.” Sheet: 26"H x 20"W; Frame: 30.5"H x 24.75"W. $2500 - 3500

90 • M I C H A E L LO E W (American/New York, 1907-1985)

Untitled Watercolor on paper, 1959. Signed and dated lower left “Loew ‘59.” Sheet: 30"H x 22.25"W; Frame: 32.25"H x 24.25"W. Provenance: Meredith Ward Fine Art, New York. $2500 - 3500 56


91 • G U N T H E R F O R G (German, b. 1952)

Campo 2 Watercolor and gouache on paper, 1990. Signed and dated upper center “Forg 5/2/90;” titled lower left. Sheet: 103.75''H x 59.75''W; Frame: 105.75''H x 61.75''W. Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 84. $8000 - 12,000

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92 • F O R D B E C K M A N (American/New York, b. 1952)

Untitled White Painting Acrylic, enamel, wax and industrial varnish on canvas on wood, 1990. Signed, titled and dated on reverse “Ford Beckman 1990.” Panel: 88''H x 70''W; Unframed. Provenance: Private collection, Los Angeles; Bonhams San Francisco, November 6 2005, Lot 96. $2000 - 3000

93 • J O H N G R I L LO (American, b. 1917)

Untitled Watercolor on board, 1951. Signed and dated on the reverse “Grillo 1951.” Board: 22"H x 30"W; Frame: 27.5"H x 35.25"W. Provenance: Private collection, Darien, Connecticut. $3000 - 5000

94 • S T E P H E N E D L I C H (American/New York, 1944-1989)

Untitled Abstract Acrylic, polymer, paper, ink and charcoal on printed cotton canvas. Canvas: 76''H x 97''W; Frame: 86.5''H x 106.5''W. Provenance: the Collection of Geoffrey Beene, Sotheby’s New York, September 23 2005, Lot 36. $6000 - 8000

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95 • T H E O D O R O S S TA M O S (American/New York, 1922-1997)

I F J S XVII Acrylic on paper, 1984. Initialed “T” lower right. Sheet: 30''H x 22''W; Frame: 35''H x 26.75''W. Provenance: M. Knoedler Zurich AG, Zurich, Switzerland (label on reverse); Bonham’s San Francisco, November 6 2005, Lot 161. $6000 - 8000 59


96 • E R I C O R R (American/California, 1939-1998)

Red Time Window Oil and blood on linen mounted on panel. Unsigned. Overall: 60''H x 48''W. Provenance: Collection of Anne McCarthy, Cambridge, MA, acquired directly from artist; Bonhams San Francisco, November 6 2005, Lot 97. Exhibited: Waltham, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, “The Image of Abstract Painting in the 80s,” March 18April 29 1990, page 23 (label on reverse). $4000 - 6000

97 • M Y R O N S T O U T (American, 1908-1987)

Untitled Oil on two canvases framed together, 1957. Signed and dated “M Stout 57” on each canvas reverse. Total canvas size: 23.5''H x 35''W; Total frame size: 36''H x 24.5''W. Provenance: Private collection, acquired from the artist; Doyle New York, November 30 2005, Lot 13. $2000 - 3000

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98 • PA U L J E N K I N S (American/New York, 1923-2012)

Phenomena Feel the Helm Acrylic on canvas, 1979. Signed lower left “Paul Jenkins;” signed, titled, dated and inscribed “St. Croix” on stretcher verso. Canvas: 68''H x 65''W; Frame: 69.25''H x 66.25''W. Provenance: Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Ltd., New York (label on reverse); Joan G. Van de Maele, New York; Doyle New York, April 17 2002, Lot 46. $9000 - 12,000

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99 • H A S S E L S M I T H (American, 1915-2007)

Untitled Acrylic on canvas, 1989. Signed and dated on the reverse “Hassel Smith 1989.” Canvas: 67.5''H x 47.5''W; Frame: 48.25''H x 68.25''W. Provenance: Private collection, Northern California; Bonham’s San Francisco, May 22 2007, Lot 347. Exhibition: Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, “Hassel Smith: 55 Years of Painting,” July 27 - October 5, 2003 (label on reverse). $6000 - 8000

101 • D O N A L D S U LTA N (American/New York, b. 1951)

Three Red Flowers Conte crayon on paper, 1996. Titled, dated and initialed along upper edge “Three Red Flowers Nov. 19 1996 ds.” Sheet: 30''H x 22''W; Frame: 37.25''H x 29.75''W. Provenance: Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, St. Louis; Private collection New York; Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, November 6 2005, Lot 129. $4000 - 6000

100 • PAT S T E I R (American, b. 1938)

Etruscan Painting Oil on canvas laid on board, five panels mounted together, 1982. Unsigned. Each panel: 12"H x 8"W; Total canvas: 12"H x 40"W; Frame: 15''H x 43.25''W. Provenance: John C. Stoller and Co., Minneapolis (label on reverse); Christie’s New York, July 11 2006, Lot 49. $5000 - 7000 62


102 • A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (American/New York, 1898-1976)

Untitled Gouache on paper, 1969. Initialed and dated lower right “CA 69.” Sheet: 14.5"H x 11"W; Frame: 22.75''H x 18.25''W. Provenance: From the Estate of Larry Aldrich, Sotheby’s Arcade, June 30 2004, Lot 427. $10,000 - 15,000

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103 • PA U L J E N K I N S (American/New York, 1923-2012)

Phenomena Signal Arch Acrylic on Arches paper, 1975. Signed lower right “Paul Jenkins.” Sheet: 30''H x 42''W; Frame: 33.25''H x 45.25''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, May 7 1986, Lot 198; Christie’s New York, July 11 2006, Lot 35. $5000 - 7000

104 • PA U L J E N K I N S (American/New York, 1923-2012)

Phenomena Veronica Acrylic on cavas, 1968. Signed lower right “Paul Jenkins;” signed, titled and dated to canvas overlap. Canvas: 63.25''H x 38''W; Frame: 68''H x 38.75''W. Provenance: Doyle New York, December 3 2003, Lot 86. $15,000 - 20,000

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106 • PA U L J E N K I N S (American/New York, 1923-2012)

Phenomena Cleopatra Omen Watercolor on heavy Arches paper, 1977. Signed lower right “Paul Jenkins;” signed, titled and dated on the reverse. Sheet: 42"H x 30"W; Frame: 47''H x 35''W. Provenance: Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona. $4000 - 6000

105 • PA U L J E N K I N S (American/New York, 1923-2012)

Phenomena Katherine's Guardian Acrylic on canvas, 1974. Signed lower left “Paul Jenkins;” signed, titled and dated on canvas overlap. Canvas: 63.5''H x 37''W; Frame: 64.75''H x 38.5''W. Provenance: Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Ltd., New York (label to the reverse); Sotheby’s Arcade, October 7 2003, Lot 401. $15,000 - 20,000

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107 • J O H N H O Y L A N D (British, 1934-2011)

11/9/70 Acrylic on canvas, 1970. Signed and dated on canvas overlap “John Hoyland 11.9.70.” Canvas: 84''H x 58''W; Frame: 87.5''H x 61.5''W.

108 • L E A N I K E L

Provenance: Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York (label on the reverse); Doyle New York, November 30 2005, Lot 61.

Composition

$10,000 - 15,000

(Israeli, 1918-2005) Acrylic on canvas, 1987. Signed and dated lower right “87 Lea Nikel;” signed and dated canvas verso. Canvas: 39.75''H x 39.5''W; Unframed. Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 249. $6000 - 8000

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110 • A N G U S FA I R H U R S T (British, 1966-2008)

Underdone/Overdone painting No. 30 Acrylic and silkscreen on panel, 1998. Unsigned. With label verso “The Atara Collection, Israel, Acq. No. A-6140.”

109 • A N G U S FA I R H U R S T (British, 1966-2008)

Underdone/Overdone painting No. 24 Acrylic and silkscreen on panel, 1998. Unsigned. With label verso “The Atara Collection, Israel, Acq. No. A-6141.” Panel: 35.5''H x 23.5''W. Provenance: Sadie Coles HQ, London (label on reverse); Ex-collection of the Israel Phoenix Assurance Company; Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 153.

Panel: 35.5''H x 23.5''W. Provenance: Sadie Coles HQ, London (label on reverse); Excollection of the Israel Phoenix Assurance Company; Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 153. $1800 - 2500

$1800 - 2500

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111 • M A R L E N E D U M A S (Dutch/American, 1953-1997)

The Luxury of Tenderness Gouache on board, 1986. Signed, titled and dated “the luxury of tenderness Marlene 86” on the frame mount. Board: 25.75''H x 21''W; Frame: 31.5''H x 27''W. Provenance: Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam (partial label on reverse); Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 251. $20,000 - 30,000

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112 • K A R E L A P P E L (Dutch, 1921-2006)

Two Figures Watercolor, gouache and pastel on paper, 1973. Signed and dated lower right “Appel 73.” Sheet: 19"H x 30.25"W. Unframed. Provenance: Acquired in January 1985 at a Charity auction held by NOVA Southeastern University Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Private collection, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. $7000 - 9000

113 • B Y R O N B R O W N E (American/New York, 1907-1961)

Jester Oil on canvas, 1950. Signed and dated lower right “1950 Byron Browne;” signed, titled, dated and inscribed “N.Y.C.” on canvas verso. Canvas: 26''H x 20''W; Frame: 27.25''H x 21.25''W. Provenance: Summit Gallery, New York (label on reverse); Doyle New York, December 3 2003, Lot 1. Exhibited: Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn, New York, 1987 (label on reverse). $2500 - 3500

114 • O T M A R A LT (German, b. 1940)

Geschiehten aris dem Zanferland VI Oil on canvas, 1970. Signed and dated lower center “O. Alt 70;” signed, titled and inscribed “Berlin” on the frame support. Canvas: 13.75''H x 19.75''W; Frame: 16.25''H x 22.25''W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $1400 - 1800

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1 1 5 • D A L E C H I H U LY (American, b. 1941)

Abstract Acrylic on paper. Signed lower center “Chihuly.” Sheet: 30"H x 22.5"W; Frame: 45.75"H x 38"W. $3000 - 5000

116 • W I L L I A M T H O M A S LU M P K I N S (American/New Mexico, 1908-2000)

Aboran Oil on canvas, 1959. Initialed lower center “WL;” signed, titled, dated and inscribed “La Jolla 1959” canvas verso; also signed and dated on stretcher verso. Canvas: 60''H x 48''W; Frame: 61.25''H x 49.25''W. Provenance: Heritage Auctions, May 24 2007, Lot 23191. $2000 - 3000 70


118 • G A B R I E L G O D A R D (French, b. 1933)

Arbres gris Oil on canvas, 1971. Signed and dated lower left “G. Godard. 71.” Canvas: 32''H x 39.5''W; Frame: 32.75''H x 40.25''W. Provenance: David Findlay Galleries, New York (label on reverse); Doyle New York, November 30 2005, Lot 47. $1500 - 2500

117 • C H R I S T O P H E R C O O K (British, b. 1959)

Night Light Oil on paper, 1986. Unsigned. Sheet: 38.5''H x 30''W; Frame: 49.25''H x 39.75''W. Provenance: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London (label on reverse); Bonhams London, October 25 2006, Lot 265. $1000 - 1500

119 • R O G E R M U H L (French, 1929-2008)

Campagne a Grasse Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Muhl;” titled canvas verso. Canvas: 31.5''H x 33.5''W; Unframed. Provenance: Findlay Galleries, New York (stamp on stretcher verso); Doyle New York, November 30 2005, Lot 48. $2000 - 3000 71


120 • B E R N A R D C AT H E L I N (French, 1919-2004)

Vallee du Morin en hiver Oil on canvas, 1963. Signed and dated lower right “Cathelin 63.” Canvas: 47''H x 47''W; Frame: 51.25''H x 51.25''W. Provenance: David B. Findlay, New York (label on reverse); Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 86. $6000 - 8000 72


121 • B E R N A R D B U F F E T (French, 1928-1999)

Saint-Cast, cabines et tentes sur la plage Oil and pastel on paper laid down on canvas, 1962. Signed and inscribed upper edge “Bernard Buffet St Cast.” Canvas: 19.5''H x 13''W; Frame: 28.5''H x 21.5''W. Provenance: Private collection, Paris; Sotheby’s New York, June 29 2004, Lot 365. Note: This work is included in the artist’s catalogue raisonne prepared by Maurice Garnier. $20,000 - 30,000

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122 • B E R N A R D B U F F E T (French, 1928-1999)

Nature morte Watercolor, brush, pen and India ink on paper, 1956. Signed and dated lower center “Bernard Buffet 56.” Sheet: 19.75''H x 25.625''W; Frame: 31''H x 36.5''W. Provenance: Christie's New York, February 20 2002, Lot 24. Note: Maurice Garnier has confirmed the authenticity of this watercolor. $14,000 - 18,000

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123 • A N D R E B R A S I L I E R (French, b. 1929)

Les courses Oil on canvas. Signed lower center “Andre Brasilier.” Canvas: 31.5''H x 21.5''W; Frame: 38.5''H x 28.25''W. Provenance: Doyle New York, May 22 2001, Lot 199. $9000 - 12,000

124 • B E R N A R D D U F O U R (French, b. 1922)

Untitled Abstract Oil on canvas, 1957. Signed and dated lower left “Bernard Dufour 57.” Canvas: 37''H x 29''W; Frame: 44.25''H x 36.75''W. Provenance: Estate of Ira Kaufman, Beverly Hills, California; Bonhams San Francisco, May 22 2007, Lot 68. $1800 - 2500

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125 • M A R C E L M O U LY (French, 1918-2008)

La Japonaise Oil on canvas, 1973. Signed and dated lower right “M. Mouly 73;” signed, titled, dated and inscribed “Paris” on the verso. Canvas: 36.5''H x 28.75''W; Frame: 47''H x 39.25''W. $5000 - 8000

126 • J E A N J A N S E M (Armenian/French, 1920-2013)

Seated Woman Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Jansem.” Canvas: 18''H x 15''W; Frame: 20''H x 23''W. Provenance: Doyle New York, November 30 2005, Lot 44. $2500 - 3500 76


127 • N I C O L A S I M B A R I (Italian, 1927-2012)

Lady with Umbrella Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Simbari.” Canvas: 36''H x 30''W; Frame: 44.25''H x 36.75''W. $2000 - 3000

128 • M A R C E L M O U LY (French, 1918-2008)

Le Bouzouki a l'Echiquier Acrylic on paper laid on canvas, 1999. Signed and dated lower right “M. Mouly 99;” titled on canvas verso. Canvas: 30.5''H x 22.5''W; Frame: 39.75''H x 32"W. $3000 - 5000 77


1 2 9 • PA U L A U G U S T I N A I Z P I R I (French, b. 1919)

Petit arlequin Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Aizpiri;” titled on stretcher. Canvas: 16''H x 13''W; Frame: 21.5''H x 18.25''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, February 21 1990, Lot 199; Private collection; Christie’s New York, February 20 2002, Lot 63. $5000 - 7000

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1 3 0 • PA U L A U G U S T I N A I Z P I R I (French, b. 1919)

Head of a Clown Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Aizpiri.” Canvas: 16''H x 13''W; Frame: 22.75''H x 19.5''W. Provenance: the Collection of Geoffrey Beene, Sotheby’s New York, September 24 2005, Lot 441. $5000 - 7000

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131 • B E R N A R D LO R J O U

132 • B E R N A R D LO R J O U

(French, 1908-1986)

(French, 1908-1986)

Tete d'arlequin

Melon and compotier bleu

Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Lorjou.”

Oil on canvas, 1960. Signed lower right “Lorjou.” With label on the reverse “Norton Gallery and School, West Palm Beach, Florida.”

Canvas: 36.5''H x 23.5''W; Frame: 44''H x 31.5''W.

Canvas: 32''H x 39.5''W; Frame: 40.5''H x 48''W.

Provenance: Doyle New York, May 6 2004, Lot 135. $2000 - 3000

Provenance: Arthur Lenars and Co., Paris; Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York (label on reverse); Private collection; Estate of Joseph H. and Gioconda King, Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 84. Exhibited: Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York, “Bernard Lorjou Paintings,” February-March 1964, no. 18 (illustrated in color, cover). Note: Junko Shibanuma will include this work in her forthcoming catalogue raisonne for the artist. $2500 - 3500

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134 • J O H N W I LC O X

1 3 7 • PA U L E . M A X W E L L

(American/Texas, 1954-2012)

(American/California, b. 1925)

Mother and Child

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Acrylic on canvas. Titled and signed “John Wilcox” on stretcher verso.

Mixed media on canvas mounted on panel. Signed middle left “P Maxwell.” With “Banc Texas, Dallas” inventory label on the reverse.

Canvas: 35.5"H x 27.25"W; Frame: 37.25"H x 29.25"W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas.

36'' Dia. Unframed. $500 - 800

$1000 - 1500

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1 3 8 • PA U L E . M A X W E L L Not Pictured

(American/California, b. 1925)

135 • PA U L M A X W E L L

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(American/California, b. 1925)

Mixed media on canvas mounted on panel. Signed lower center “P Maxwell.” With “Banc Texas, Dallas” inventory label on the reverse.

NBC-39 Mixed media on canvas mounted on three panels, 1976. Signed and dated lower right “PMAXWELL76.” With “Banc Texas, Dallas” inventory label on the reverse.

36'' Dia. Unframed. $500 - 800

Overalll: 64.25''H x 81''W. $1000 - 1500 Not Pictured

139 • B R U C E E V E R E T T (American/California, b. 1942) Not Pictured

136 • PA U L M A X W E L L

133 • B E R N A R D LO R J O U

Truck

(American/California, b. 1925)

Two panel oil on canvas, 1969. Unsigned.

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Frame: 73"H x 96"W.

Mixed media on canvas mounted on panel. Unsigned. With “Banc Texas, Dallas” inventory label on the reverse.

Provenance: Corporate Collection of the Atlantic Richfield Company, California.

Canvas: 64"H x 64;” Frame: 66” H x 66"W.

Exhibited: Municipal Art Gallery Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA, “Separate Realities,” 1974.

$800 - 1200

$1800 - 2500

(French, 1908-1986)

Bouquet de fleurs Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Lorjou.” Canvas: 38.5''H x 25.5''W; Frame: 43.25''H x 29.75''W. Provenance: Private collection, acquired directly from artist; Property from the collection of Helene Arpels, Christie’s New York, February 14 2007, Lot 133. Note: Junko Shibanuma has confirmed the authenticity of this painting. $3000 - 5000 81


PRINTS, PHOTOGRAPHY AND 20th CENTURY DESIGN LOTS 140-229


140 • A N S E L A D A M S (American/California, 1902-1984)

Cypress and Fog, Pebble Beach, California, 1967 Gelatin silver print, printed circa 1970. Signed in pencil on the mount “Ansel Adams,” titled and dated in ink and with Carmel credit stamp on the reverse of the mount. Sheet: 10"H x 13.25"W; Frame: 16.25"H x 20.25"W. Provenance: Photography West Gallery, Carmel, California (label on the reverse); Private collection, Wichita Falls, Texas. $7000 - 9000

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141 • A N S E L A D A M S (American/California, 1902-1984)

Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite National Park, 1944 Gelatin silver print, printed September 1978. Signed in pencil on the mount “Ansel Adams;” titled, dated in ink and with Carmel credit stamp on the reverse of the mount. Sheet: 15.5"H x 19.375"W; Frame: 22.25"H x 28.25"W. Provenance: Photography West Gallery, Carmel, California (label on the reverse); Private collection, Wichita Falls, Texas. $30,000 - 50,000

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142 • B R E T T W E S T O N (American/California, 1911-1993)

Garrapata Beach 1954 Gelatin silver print, from the Fifteen Photographs Portfolio, printed 1961. Signed and dated in pencil on the mount lower right “Brett Weston 1954.” Sheet: 7.5"H x 9.5"W; Frame: 15"H x 19"W. Provenance: Gift from the artist to Dr. Peters Strykers, California. $3000 - 5000

143 • B R E T T W E S T O N (American/California, 1911-1993)

White Sands 1947 Gelatin silver print, from the White Sands Portfolio, printed 1949. Signed and dated in pencil on the mount at lower right “Brett Weston 1947,” numbered 5/25 at lower left. Sheet: 9.6"H x 7.6"W; Frame: 19"H x 15"W. Provenance: Gift from the artist to Dr. Peters Strykers, California. $2500 - 3500 86


145 • P H I L I P P E H A L S M A N (American, 1906-1976)

Marilyn with Barbells 1952 Gelatin silver print, printed 1981. Studio stamped and numered 170/250 on the reverse. Sight: 9.75''H x 12.75''W; Frame: 16"H x 20.25"W. $1200 - 1800

144 • A A R O N S I S K I N D (American, 1903-1991)

S.F. 24 Vintage gelatin silver print, 1957. Signed, titled and dated in pencil verso “Aaron Siskind” and “4/57;” also with other pencil inscriptions. Sheet: 14"H x 11"W; Frame: 20.25''H x 17.25''W. $2500 - 4500

146 • P H I L I P P E H A L S M A N (American, 1906-1976)

Dali Atomicus, 1946 Gelatin silver print, printed 1981. Numbered 155/250 and with studio stamp on the reverse. Sheet: 11"H x 14"W; Frame: 16.25"H x 20.25"W. $1500 - 2500

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147 • I R V I N G P E N N (American/New York, 1917-2009)

Barn Sale Gelatin silver print. Studio stamp on the reverse. Sheet: 20"H x 16"W; Frame: 24.75''H x 23.5''W. Provenance: Estate of Louis J. Gartner, Jr., Palm Beach, Florida. $3000 - 5000

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148 • I R V I N G P E N N (American/New York, 1917-2009)

Still Life with Skull, Pitcher and Medicine Bottle, 1980 Platinum-palladium print, flush-mounted on aluminum, printed March 1981. Penn copyright credit stamp on the reverse, titled and inscribed in pencil on the reverse “Platinum-palladium Strathmore Paper on Aluminum, neg. 3-4-80,” numbered 9/53, and inscribed “For J. and M./ I.P.” Sheet: 16"H x 24"W; Frame: 23.25"H x 32.75"W. $6000 - 9000

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149 • AT T R I B U T E D T O PA O LO B U F FA (Italian, 1903-1970)

Italian mid-century marquetry inlaid secretary desk With marquetry inlay depicting three peasant women to the three doors opening to reveal a total of eight rows of shelves and three drawers, the flat desk pulling from beneath cabinet, the secretary supported by four tapered legs with inlaid fillets. Circa - Late 1940s. 60.75"H x 59"W x 17.5"D. $4000 - 6000 90


150 • PA AV O T Y N E L L Pr. large brass Paavo Tynell sconces Designed for Taito Oy, the perforated brass wall sconces in two tones with frost glass diffusers. Circa - 1950. 7.5''H x 13.5''W x 10''D. $4000 - 6000

151 • 3 P C S . T E A G U E F O R S T E U B E N Bowl and candlesticks The globular center bowl and pair of cut glass candlesticks designed by Walter Dorwin Teague for Steuben Glass Works. The bowl, Steuben pattern 7498, Teague design T117; the candlesticks, Steuben pattern 7492, Teague design T114. Etched signature to one candlestick. Circa - 1932. All pieces 7''H. $2500 - 3500 91


152 • F O R N A S E T T I A N D GIO PONTI Coffee table The lithographic, transferprinted wood top designed by Piero Fornasetti, the brass and walnut x-form legs designed by Gio Ponti, Circa - 1950. 17.5''H x 39.25''W x 19.75''D. $2000 - 3000

153 • H A N S J O R G L I M B A C H (Swiss, 1928-1990)

Seated woman Bronze sculpture with gilt matte patina, 1958. Signed and dated on the bottom “Limbach 58.” 17''H x 11.75''W. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Edith B. Weisz, Christie’s New York, February 20 2002, Lot 72. $2500 - 4500

154 Plaster relief with oil and gold leaf Mounted on wood, depicting a pair of lovers, Circa - 20th C. Provenance: the Collection of Geoffrey Beene, Sotheby’s New York, September 24 2005, Lot 494. 47''H x 22.5''W. $1500 - 2500

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156 • G I L B E R T R O H D E (American, 1894-1944)

Walnut valet For Herman Miller, walnut valet, the early Rohde design with rare brushed chrome and wood pulls, contrasting walnut and burl pattern in a vertical stripe to the body, with original hinges, Circa - 1933. 42''H x 34''W x 18''D. Note: The design is illustrated in Phyllis Ross’ “Modern Design for Modern Living,” Yale Press, 2009 as part of the 3305 series for Herman Miller, first introduced at the November Market of 1932, exhibited at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1933. $3000 - 5000

155 • AT T R I B U T E D T O G A E TA N O S C I O L A R I Italian brass and glass chandelier The modernist six-light chandelier with coiled branches ending in amber glass pendants. Needs to be rewired. Circa - 1950. 22''H. $1500 - 2500

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157 • AT T R I B U T E D T O J O S E F H O F F M A N N Pr. Kubus leather chairs The original caramel tufted leather to the cube-form chairs, Circa - 1970. 28.5''H x 33''W x 28''D. $4000 - 6000

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159 • S T E P H E N S U R L S Craft desk and chair The privately commissioned set designed and created by Stephen Surls who worked in studio with his brother James Surls, Circa - 1970. Desk: 29.5''H x 48''W x 32''D. $3000 - 5000

158 • J O H A N TA P P Biomorphic olive ash table The rare four-tiered design in burl olive-ash wood, Circa - 1950. 36''H x 22'' Dia. $2000 - 3000

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160 • G E O R G E N A K A S H I M A (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1990)

Slab coffee table In American black walnut, Circa - 20th C. Note: Accompanied by letter of authenticity signed by the artist’s daughter, Mira Nakashima. 13''H x 73.25''W x 24.75''D. $6000 - 9000

161 • G E O R G E N A K A S H I M A (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1990)

"New" rocking chair In American black walnut, Circa - Late 20th C. Note: Accompanied by letter of authenticity signed by the artist’s daughter, Mira Nakashima. 35.75''H x 24.5''W. $2000 - 3000

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162 • G E O R G E N A K A S H I M A (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1990)

Sliding door cabinet In American black walnut with five sliding doors opening to four interior compartments, Circa - 20th C. Note: Accompanied by letter of authenticity signed by the artist’s daughter, Mira Nakashima. 27.25''H x 102''W x 18.5''D. $7000 - 10,000

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163 • A F R A A N D T O B I A S C A R PA F O R C A S S I N A Pr. Afra and Tobia Scarpa for Cassina lounge chairs Model 925, with wood frame and leather back and seat, Circa - designed 1966. 27.5''H x 25.75''W x 21''D. $2000 - 4000

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164 • J O H N P R I P F O R R E E D A N D B A R T O N Silver plate tea set The “Denmark” pattern tea and coffee service comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and tray. Circa - designed 1958. Coffee pot: 10''H; tray: 25.5''L x 16''W. Note: An example of this set is in the collection of The Dallas Museum of Art, in the collection of Museum of Arts and Design, New York and is featured on page 249 of Jewel Stern’s book ‘Modernism in American Silver - 20th Century Design.’ $1200 - 1800

165 • G U N N I O M A N Teak cabinet, model 13 One door slides to reveal six cutlery drawers, the other doors open to one large storage area with three adjustable shelves inside, over splayed legs, Circa - 1960. 47.5''H x 71.875''W x 17.75''D. $3000 - 5000

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166 Early Arredoluce brass Triennale floor lamp

167 • E E R O S A A R I N E N F O R KNOLL Small tulip table

The articulating arms in the original brass and brown leather, the shades in white, black and brown, Circa - 1950.

Of enameled aluminum, with white marble top. With Knoll Studio stamp under base, Circa - designed 1956.

72''H x 36''W x 36''D.

20.25''H x 16'' Dia.

$7000 - 9000

$500 - 700


168 • H A R V E Y P R O B B E R (American, 1922-2003)

Nuclear table In two semi-circular parts supported by four solid legs, orientable in an S-form or a round formation with the hole to the center, Circa - 1949-1950. 14.5''H x 48'' Dia. $2000 - 3000

169 • C H A R L E S P O L LO C K F O R KNOLL Pr. Charles Pollock "657" leather sling chairs for Knoll With tan leather seats and detachable black padded leather cushions, black coated armrests and tubular chrome frame. With “Knoll International” sticker under seat, Circa - designed 1960. 28''H x 25''W x 26''D. $700 - 900

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170 • R O B E R T S O N N E M A N FOR REGGIANI Pr. Sonneman for Reggiani chrome floor lamps

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171 • PA U L M C C O B B (American, 1917-1969)

walnut and steel entry piece

With four articulating, adjustable arms each with a socket end designed by Robert Sonneman, Circa - 1970.

With mirror and lighted top, the low shelf of one board supported by four steel legs and surmounted by a shelf concealing a lighting element within.

68''H x 24''W x 11.5''D.

77.5''H x 73.75''W x 13''D.

$3000 - 5000

$2500 - 3500


173 • GAE AULENTI FOR KNOLL Pr. Gae Aulenti leather lounge chairs for Knoll The enameled red aluminum tubular frames supporting upholstered red leather cushions, Circa - 1975. 28.5''H x 32''W x 33.75''D. $1000 - 1500

172 • G E R H A R D M E R Z (German, b. 1947)

Buddha Screenprint on canvas with copper artist’s frame, 1984. Unsigned. 82''H x 65''W overall. Provenance: Galerie Konrad Fischer, Dusseldorf; Private collection; Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 96. $3000 - 5000

174 • R O B E R T I N D I A N A (American/New York, b. 1928)

Classic Love Hand woven wool rug, 1995. Signature lower right; also signed on the reverse. Number 25/100, handcrafted to artist’s specifications by Master Contemporary Original Artist Rugs. Labeled on the reverse. 96''L x 96''W. $3000 - 5000 103


175 3 Pcs. after Mies van der Rohe "Barcelona" style black leather furniture Including a chair, an ottoman and a bench, Circa - Contemporary. Chair: 29''H x 29.75''W x 37''D; Ottoman: 16''H x 23''W x 23.5''D; Bench: 16''H x 71''W x 20.5''D.

176 • AT T R I B U T E D T O V A N KEPPEL-GREEN Pr. two-tier side tables With black lacquer finish. Unmarked, Circa - 1950. 23.75''H x 36''W x 18''D. $800 - 1200

$1000 - 1500

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177 • F E L I C I A N O B E J A R (Mexican, 1920-2007)

(2) Feliciano Bejar magiscopes of glass and metal machine parts, 1983 Each glass disc with etched signature and dated “Feliciano Bejar 1983.” Tallest: 36''H x 14.25'' Dia. $800 - 1200

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178 Pr. acrylic and glass two-tier end tables The top and bottom with an applied brick pattern under glass, Circa - Contemporary. 24.5''H x 26''W x 38''D. $300 - 500

181 Pr. leather reclining double seat chaises. (One Pictured) With adjustable backs, Circa - Contemporary. 49.5''W x 72''L $1000 - 1500

179 • F E L I C I A N O B E J A R (Mexican, 1920-2007)

(2) Feliciano Bejar magiscopes of glass and metal machine parts Each glass disc with etched signature “Feliciano Bejar,” one dated 1987 and the other dated 1981. Tallest: 40''H x 14.25'' Dia.

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180 Pr. Machine Age style chrome cocktail tables The mirrored tops with a three-circle motif, Circa Contemporary. 19''H x 54.25''W x 22''D. $700 - 900

$1000 - 1500

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182 Pr. Mexican sterling modernist candelabras Each with five lights, the arms supported by ball feet, the candelabra fitting together in a sunburst form. Marked for sterling, “Hecho en Mexico,� Circa - 1950. 6''H x 18'' Dia. $1500 - 2500

183 Set of (3) Modernist black circular coffee tables Circa - Contemporary. Tallest: 18''H; ranging from 37'' - 47.75'' Dia. $2000 - 3000

184 Art Deco style marble horse head With a green marble pedestal, Circa - 20th C. 23''H with base Pedestal: 42''H x 23.25''W x 13.25''D. Provenance: Sothebys, December 23 2005, Lot 30. $3000 - 5000

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185 • A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (American/New York, 1898-1976)

L'elephant noir Acrylic on bronze mobile, 1973/2002. Initialed “CA” and numbered on right hind foot 615/999. 12.5''H x 20.5''W. Note: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by George Gordon, of Calder Airplane Project, dated 2008. $2500 - 3500

186 • S O N I A D E L A U N AY (Russian/French, 1885-1979)

Helice Ceramic vase. Designed for Limoges and with their stamp on the underside, numbered 602/900. 11.5"Hx12.5"W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $800 - 1200

187 Venini "Pezzato" glass vase Possibly by Fulvio Bianconi, of blue, red, clear and eggplant patchwork. Inscribed on base “venini italia” and with old paper label, Circa - 1966-1970. 8.5''H. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $2000 - 3000

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190 • A L E S S A N D R O P I A N O N "Pulcini" glass sculpture for Vistosi, Murano, Italy With two applied murrine eyes, raised on copper feet. Unmarked, Circa - 1960s. 11.125''H. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $2000 - 3000

188 Vistosi Murano large glass bowl With a multicolored murrine pattern and a cranberry lip. Inscribed to base “Vistosi ‘76", Circa - 1976. 5.5''H x 13.75'' Dia. $1800 - 2500

189 • A L E S S A N D R O P I A N O N "Pulcini" glass sculpture for Vistosi, Murano, Italy With two applied murrine eyes, raised on copper feet. Unmarked, Circa - 1960s. 10''H. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $2000 - 3000

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192 • PA B LO P I C A S S O (Spanish, 1881-1973)

Cruchon Hibou Glazed ceramic pitcher painted in black, blue and brown, 1955. from the edition of 500, inscribed on the underside “Edition/Picasso/Madoura,” with the “Edition Picasso” and “Madoura Plein Feu” pottery stamps underneath. 10''H. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $4000 - 6000

191 • PA B LO P I C A S S O (Spanish, 1881-1973)

Oiseau no. 82 Partially glazed ceramic plate, 1963. Inscribed and numbered on the underside “N. 82/Edition Picasso/Madoura/133/150.” 10” Dia. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $3000 - 4000

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193 • PA B LO P I C A S S O

194 • PA B LO P I C A S S O

1 9 5 • S A LV A D O R E D A L I

(Spanish, 1881-1973)

(Spanish, 1881-1973)

(Spanish, 1904-1989)

Visage D'Homme

Mains aux fleurs

Crazy Horse

Partially glazed terracotta plaque, dated “17.12.66” upper left; stamped and numbered on the underside “Madoura Plein Feu/Empreinte Orignale de Picasso/155/500.”

Lithograph, 1958. Signed in pencil lower right “Picasso” and numbered 2/200 lower left; plate signed and dated lower right “Picasso, 21.4.58.”

Color lithograph, 1968. Signed in pencil lower right “Dali” and numbered 101/250 lower left.

6.25''H x 4.25''W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $1400 - 1800

Sight: 24''H x 19''W; Frame: 31.5''H x 26.25''W. Note: Proceeds from the sale of this lot will benefit Grid Earth Project, www.GridEarth.org. $5000 - 7000

196 • PA B LO P I C A S S O (Spanish, 1881-1973)

Peintres aux champs From the 347 series, aquatint, 1968. Signed in pencil lower right “Picasso” and numbered 40/50 lower left; dated in reverse in the plate upper left “18.9.68.I.” Platemark: 8.25''H x 10.5''W; Frame: 22.75''H x 26''W. $3000 - 5000 110

Sight: 28.25''H x 20.5''W; Frame: 43.75''H x 35.5''W. $1400 - 1800


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197 • PA U L G A U G U I N (French, 1848-1903)

Te Atua Color woodcut, circa 1899 and printed in 1995. Numbered in pencil 48/100 lower right; published by des Amis du Musee Gaugin, Tahiti; printed by Luc Guerin, Paris. Platemark: 9.5''H x 9''W; Sheet: 19.75''H x 13''W; Frame: 27''H x 20.5''W. $800 - 1200

198 • P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R (French, 1841-1919)

L'Enfant au biscuit Lithograph in colors with extensive hand-coloring in watercolor and pastel, circa1898-1899, on laid Ingres d’Arches watermark MBM. Signed in pencil lower right margin “Renoir.” Sheet: 22.125"H x 17"W; Frame: 27.5"H x 25.25"W. Provenance: Sotheby’s Parke Bernet, New York, November 13, 1981, lot 391; Christie’s New York, May 5, 2005, lot 111; Private collection, Dallas, Texas. Note: The child depicted is Jean Renoir, the artist’s son. $18,000 - 25,000 111


199 • M A R C C H A G A L L (Russian, 1887-1985)

Pr. of etchings from "Fables of la Fontaine,” 1952 From the unsigned and unnumbered edition of 325, including: (1) Le cerf se voyant dans l'eau, #160 in the series, plate signed lower left “Chagall.” Platemark: 11.75''H x 9.5''W; Frame: 24''H x 21.5''W (2) Le renard ayant la queue coupee, #149 in the series, plate signed lower right “Chagall.” Platemark: 11.5''H x 9.75''W; Frame: 23.5''H x 22''W. $1200 - 1800

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200 • M A R C C H A G A L L

201 • M A R C C H A G A L L

202 • M A R C C H A G A L L

(French/Russian, 1887-1985)

(French/Russian, 1887-1985)

(French/Russian, 1887-1985)

Jacob wrestles with the Angel

La vision d'Elie

Sacrifice de Noe

Etching, from “La Bible,” 1956. Plate signed lower left “Chagall;” signed in pencil lower right margin “Marc Chagall.”

Etching with hand coloring on Arches paper, from “La Bible,” 1958. Initialed in pencil lower right “M. Ch.” and numbered lower left 24/100.

Etching with hand coloring in watercolor on Arches paper, from “La Bible,” 1931-1939. Initialed in pencil lower right “M. Ch.” and numbered lower left 24/100.

Sheet: 21''H x 15.25''W; Frame: 40.25''H x 34.25''W.

Platemark: 11.5''H x 9.25''W; Frame: 27''H x 24.25''W.

$1500 - 2500

$2500 - 4500

Platemark: 11.625''H x 9.375''W; Frame: 28.25''H x 25.25''W. $1400 - 1800

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203 • M A R C C H A G A L L (French/Russian, 1887-1985)

Les sirenes Color lithograph, from “L’Odyssee,” 1974-75. From the unsigned and unnumbered edition of 250; published by Fernand Mourlot, Paris. Sight: 15.25''H x 24''W; Frame: 27.125''H x 38''W. $2500 - 4000

204 • M A R C C H A G A L L (French/Russian, 1887-1985)

Nice Soleil Fleurs Lithographic poster, 1962. Signed and dated in ink lower right “Marc Chagall 1962;” published by Mourlot, Paris. Sheet: 38''H x 24''W; Frame: 41.5''H x 27.25''W. $1800 - 2500

205 • M A R C C H A G A L L (French/Russian, 1887-1985)

La famille au coq Color lithograph 1969. Signed in pencil lower right “Marc Chagall” and numbered 7/50 lower left. Sight: 26.25''H x 18.5''W; Frame: 42.75''H x 33.75''W. Provenance: Gerhard Wurzer Gallery, Houston, Texas (label on reverse). $3500 - 5500 114


206 • M A R C C H A G A L L (French/Russian, 1887-1985)

Bonjour Paris Color lithograph, 1972. Artist’s proof aside from the edition of 10,000. Inscribed, dated and signed in blue crayon lower margin “1972 Pour Gerard Marc Chagall.” Sight: 33.25''H x 20.5''W; Frame: 52.5''H x 39.5''W. $14,000 - 18,000

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208 • J O A N M I R O (Spanish, 1893-1983)

Sculptures Color lithograph, 1974. Signed in pencil lower right “Miro” and inscribed lower left “H.C.,” published by Maeght, Paris.

207 • J O A N M I R O (Spanish, 1893-1983)

Famille d’oiseleurs Lithograph, 1955. Signed and dated lower right “Miro 1955” and numbered 6/50 lower left; published by Maeght, Paris, printed by Mourlot, Paris. Sight: 29.5''H x 21.75''W; Frame: 37.25''H x 29.5''W. Provenance: Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, May 23 2007, Lot 134. $3000 - 5000

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Sheet: 21"H x 29.5"W; Frame: 30.5"H x 38"W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $1000 - 1500


210 • J O A N M I R O (Spanish, 1893-1983)

Miro Lithographe I Color lithograph, 1972. Signed in pencil lower right “Miro” and numbered LXI/LXXX lower left.

209 • J O A N M I R O (Spanish, 1893-1983)

Pasadena Art Museum

Sheet: 17.5''H x 24.25''W; Frame: 30.25''H x 36.5''W. $1500 - 2500

Lithograph, 1969. Signed lower right “Miro” and numbered 71/100 lower left. With a Butterfields lot label on the reverse. Sight: 28.25''H x 20''W; Frame: 37.25''H x 27.25''W. Note: Accompanied by a bill of sale and certificate of authenticity from the Pasadena Art Museum committee dated 1969. $3000 - 5000

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211 • B E R N A R D B U F F E T (French, 1928-1999)

Le papillon orange Lithograph on Arches paper, 1964. Signed in pencil lower right “Bernard Buffet” and numbered 60/150 lower left. Sight: 21''H x 27''W; Frame: 28.75''H x 33.75''W. Provenance: Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, May 11 2009, Lot 42. $1000 - 1500

213 • R I C H A R D S E R R A (American/New York, b. 1939)

Schlaun 212 • A N T O N I TA P I E S (Spanish, 1923- 2012)

Croix Blanche Color etching. Signed in pencil lower right “A. Tapies” and numbered in pencil lower left 13/40. Sheet: 19"H x 13"W; Frame: 28.25"H x 34.25"W. Provenance: Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $1000 - 1500

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Etching with aquatint, 1997. Signed and dated lower right “R Serra 97” and numbered 46/75 lower left. Sheet: 23.625'H x 31.5''W; Frame: 27.5''H x 35.25''W. Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, December 5 2005, Lot 166. $2500 - 3500


214 • R O B E R T M O T H E R W E L L

215 • R O B E R T M O T H E R W E L L

(American/New York, 1915-1991)

(American/New York, 1915-1991)

Game of Chance

Oy/Yo

Color aquatint, lithograph and collage. Signed in pencil lower right “R. Motherwell” and numbered 45/100; with the blindstamp of the publisher, Tyler Graphics Ltd., Mount Kisco, New York.

Color etching, aquatint and collage on buff Rives paper, 1978. Signed and numbered 55/78 in pencil lower right, with Robert Motherwell Editions blindstamp lower right.

Sheet: 27''H x 34''W; Frame: 40.25''H x 32.5''W.

Sheet: 26.75"H x 22"W. Unframed.

Provenance: Leanne Hull Fine Art, Toronto (label on reverse); Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, May 11 2009, Lot 308.

Provenance: Galerie Ninety-Nine, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida. $1500 - 2500

$4000 - 6000

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216 • E L L S W O R T H K E L LY (American/New York, b. 1923)

Red-Orange (Axsom 6) Lithograph on BFK Rives paper, 1964-65. Signed in pencil lower right “Kelly” and numbered 57/75 lower left; published by Maeght, Paris. Sheet: 23.625''H x 35.125''W; Frame: 24''H x 35.5''W. Provenance: the Collection of Geoffrey Beene, Sotheby’s New York, September 24 2005, Lot 384. $3000 - 5000

217 • A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R

218 • A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R

(American/New York, 1898-1976)

(American/New York, 1898-1976)

Black Pyramids

Pyramids and Clouds

Lithograph, 1974. Signed in pencil lower right “Calder” and numbered 12/100 lower left.

Lithograph, 1970. Signed in pencil lower right “Calder” and numbered 67/95 lower left.

Sheet: 22.5''H x 30.5''W; Frame: 31.75''H x 39.75''W.

Provenance: Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, November 6 2007, Lot 297.

$1400 - 1800

$1800 - 2500

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Sheet: 29''H x 43''W; Frame: 35.75''H x 49.5''W.


219 • A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (American/New York, 1898-1976)

Red and Blue Spiral Lithograph, 1970. Signed in pencil lower right “Calder” and numbered 100/150 lower left. 26''H x 37.75''W. Provenance: Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, November 6 2007, Lot 299. $1500 - 2500

220 • F R A N K S T E L L A (American/New York, b. 1936)

Figlefia Lithograph, etching, aquatint and relief in colors on handmade paper, 1994. Signed and dated in pencil lower right margin “F. Stella 94” and numbered 9/75. Sheet 24"H x 21"W; Frame: 34"H x 30.25"W. Provenance: Jeanne Fagadeau Fine Art, Dallas, Texas; Private collection, Dallas, Texas. $3000 - 4000

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221 • R O Y L I C H T E N S T E I N (American, 1923-1997)

Crying Girl (mailer) Color offset lithograph, 1963, used as an invitation to the artist’s exhibition at Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, September 28th - October 24th, 1963. Unsigned. Unframed. 17''H x 23''W. $1800 - 2500 122


222 • A N D Y W A R H O L (American, 1928-1987)

Marilyn Color screenprint, 1981, used as an invitation to the artist’s retrospective at Castelli Graphics, New York, November 21st - December 22nd, 1981. Signed along lefthand side “Andy Warhol.” 7''H x 7''W. $3000 - 5000 123


223 • A N D Y W A R H O L (American, 1928-1987)

Flowers (mailer), 1964 Used as an invitation to the artist’s exhibit at Castelli Graphics, New York, November 21st - December 17th. Unsigned. Unframed. 21.5''H x 22''W. $2500 - 3500

224 • D O N A L D S U LTA N (American/New York, b. 1951)

Mimosa Screenprint with colors, 2008. Titled, dated and initialed along left edge; numbered lower right 67/108. Sheet: 27.5''H x 39''W; Frame: 31''H x 43''W. $2000 - 3000

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226 • A N D Y W A R H O L (American, 1928-1987)

Pepper Pot Soup (mailer) Color offset lithograph, 1962, used as an invitation to the artist’s exhibition at Ferus Gallery, Los Angeles, July 8th, 1962. Unsigned. Unframed. Sheet: 13.375''H x 10''W. $1000 - 1500

225 • A N D Y W A R H O L

Not Pictured

Not Pictured

Not Pictured

(American, 1928-1987)

227 • A N D Y W A R H O L

229 • L E R O Y N E I M A N

Jean Cocteau

(American, 1928-1987)

228 • C H R I S T O A N D JEANNE-CLAUDE

Color screenprint, 1985. Signed in pencil lower right “Andy Warhol,” numbered in pencil lower left 179/250. Published by Andy Warhol, New York; printed by Rubert Jasen Smith, New York, Feldman 392a.

SH Green Stamps (mailer)

(Bulgarian/Moroccan, both b. 1935)

Muhammed Ali

Sheet: 38.5"H x 32"W; Frame: 41.25"H x 34.75"W. $2000 - 3000

Color offset lithograph, 1965, used as a mailer for the artist’s exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art at University of Pennsylvania, October 8th November 21st. Unsigned. Unframed. Sheet: 22.875''H x 22.75''W. $1000 - 1500

Wrapped Statues - Aegena Temple Project for dei GlyptothekMunchen West Germany, color screenprint with photocollage, 1988. Signed lower right “Christo” and numbered 199/300.

(American, 1921-2012) Color serigraph. Signed in pencil lower right “LeRoy Neiman,” numbered lower center “581/850,” titled lower left. Sight: “45"H x 30"W; Frame: 57.5"H x 42.5"W. $1500 - 2500

Sheet: 26.75''H x 34.75''W; Frame: 37.75''H x 29.5''W. Note: Jeanne-Claude passed away in 2009. $800 - 1200 125


AMERICAN AND REGIONAL ART LOTS 230-279


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230 • F R E D E R I C K W A U G H (American, 1861-1940)

Too Late Oil on canvas, 1891. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright lower right “Frederick J. Waugh 1891;” titled, signed, dated and with copyright on canvas verso. Canvas: 16''H x 27''W; Frame: 23''H x 33.75''W. $2500 - 3500

231 • E D M U N D W I L L I A M G R E A C E N (American/New York, 1877-1949)

The Print Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Edmund Greacen.” Canvas: 32''H x 26''W; Frame: 41.25''H x 35''W. Provenance: Terra Museum of American Art, Daniel J. Terra Collection, Chicago, IL, No. 1987.22 (label on the reverse); Barry-Hill Galleries, Inc., New York (label on the reverse); Sotheby’s New York, September 14 1995, Lot 118. $6000 - 8000 128


232 • F R E D E R I C K C A R L FRIESEKE (American, 1874-1939)

Lady Sitting Watercolor on paper, 1922-24. Signed lower left “FC Frieseke.” Sheet: 9.375''H x 12.375''W; Frame: 17''H x 19.25''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, May 5 1999, Lot 79. Note: Nicholas Kilmer, the artist’s grandson, will include this work in his forthcoming catalogue raisonne of Fresieke’s work, sponsored by Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York. $3000 - 5000

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233 • M I LT O N AV E R Y

234 • LO U I S R I T M A N (Russian/American, 1889-1963)

(American/New York, 1885-1965)

Figure Arrangement

Portrait of a man and woman

Oil on canvas board. Signed lower left “L Ritman;” with artist’s estate stamp verso.

Ink on paper, 1958. Signed and dated lower right “Milton Avery 1958.” Sheet: 8.25''H x 4''W; Frame: 13''H x 8.5''W.

Board: 14.75''H x 18.25''W; Frame: 21.5''H x 24.75''W. $3000 - 5000

$1500 - 2500

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235 • A R T H U R D R U M M O N D

236 • H O B S O N P I T T M A N

(British, 1871-1951)

(American, 1890-1972)

Bathing Beauties

Summer

Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “A Drummond.”

Oil on panel. Signed upper right “Hobson Pittman.”

Canvas: 36''H x 28''W; Frame: 44''H x 36''W.

Panel: 30"H x 42"W; Frame: 39.5"H x 51"W.

$2500 - 3500

$8000 - 12,000

237 • G E O R G E O B E R T E U F F E R (American, 1878-1940)

River Village Oil on canvas. Signed, dated and inscribed lower left “G Oberteuffer 1923 to Morley Hicks;” with same inscription on the reverse. Canvas: 21''H x 28''W; Frame: 26.5''H x 31.5''W. $2000 - 3000 130


238 • A L B E R T B I E R S TA D T (American, 1830-1902)

Mountain Landscape Oil on paper laid on board. Signed lower right “ABierstadt.” Board: 14''H x 19''W; Frame: 20.75''H x 25.75''W. Provenance: Butterfields and Butterfields, June 25 1998, Lot 5025. $10,000 - 15,000

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239 • A L F R E D F I T C H B E L LO W S (American, 1829-1883)

The Ferry Landing Oil on canvas laid down on masonite. Signed lower left “AF Bellows.” Canvas: 18''H x 30.5''W; Frame: 26''H x 38.25''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, April 23 1998, Lot 4. $3000 - 5000

240 • E D W I N LO R D W E E K S (American/Massachusetts, 1849-1903)

In the Olive Grove Oil on canvas, 1876. Signed and dated lower left “E.L. Weeks 1876.” Canvas: 13.5''H x 18.5''W; Frame: 20.5''H x 25.5''W. Provenance: Christie’s New York, June 15 1999, Lot 290. Note: Dr. Ellen K. Morris will include this painting in her forthcoming catalogue raisonne for the artist. In reference to this painting Morris states, “Weeks was only twenty-seven when he executed this work, but it already shows his developing skills as a fine painter of the figures and animals, as well as his penchant for scenes set in bright sunshine with cool shadows. This can be clearly seen in the luxuriant costume of the standing shepherdess, whose vivid clothing contrasts markedly with the verdant setting." $6000 - 8000

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241 • H O M E R D O D G E M A R T I N (American, 1836-1897)

The River at Dusk Oil on canvas. Unsigned. Canvas: 24''H x 36''W; Frame: 37.25''H x 49''W. Provenance: Alexander Gallery, New York (label on reverse); Christie’s New York, October 1 1998, Lot 5. $4000 - 6000

242 • E D W A R D M O R A N

Not Pictured

(American/New York, 1829-1901)

243 • C E C I L G A S PA R

Ship at Sea

(American/California, b. 1951)

Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Edward Moran.”

Arroyo Burro

Canvas: 18''H x 16''W; Frame: 23.25''H x 21.25''W. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, September 24 1998, Lot 10. $2500 - 3500

oil on board, 2001. Signed lower left “Cecil Gaspar;” signed, titled, dated “2001” and with artist’s copyright on board verso. Board: 24''H x 30''W; Frame: 31.5''H x 37.25''W. Provenance: Bonhams and Butterfields San Francisco, June 9 2002, Lot 8349 $1200 - 1800

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245 • G E R A L D H A R V E Y (American/Texas, b. 1933)

The Flower Cart Gouache on paper. Signed lower right “G. Harvey;” with artist’s copyright stamp verso. Sheet: 3''H x 4''W; Frame: 13.5''H x 14''W. Provenance: Altermann and Morris Galleries, Dallas, Houston, Santa Fe (label on reverse). $2000 - 3000

244 • G E R A L D H A R V E Y

246 • J O H N PA U L S T R A I N

(American/Texas, b. 1933)

(American/Texas, b. 1955)

After the Theater

Evening at the Theater

Oil on canvas. Signed and with artist’s copyright lower left “G. Harvey;” signed and titled on canvas and stretcher verso.

Gouache on paper, 1989. Signed and with artist’s copyright lower left “John Paul Strain;” signed, titled, dated “89” and with artist’s copyright verso.

Canvas: 12''H x 9''W; Frame: 20''H x 17.75''W. $6000 - 8000

Sheet: 10.5''H x 18''W; Frame: 23.5''H x 31''W. Provenance: Altermann and Morris Galleries, Dallas, Houston and Santa Fe (label on reverse). $1000 - 1500

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247 • T H O M A S H A R T B E N T O N

250 • C L E M E N T I N E H U N T E R

251 • C L E M E N T I N E H U N T E R

252 • C L E M E N T I N E H U N T E R

253 • C LO V I S H E I M S AT H

(American, 1889-1975)

(American/Louisiana, 1887-1988)

(American/Louisiana, 1887-1988)

(American/Louisiana, 1887-1988)

(American/Texas)

Old Man Reading

The Cotton Gin

Doin Laundry

Pecan Threshing

Cows in a Landscape

Lithograph, 1939. Signed in pencil lower right margin “Benton” and plate signed “Benton” lower right, from the edition of 250; published by Associated American Artists, New York.

Oil on canvas board. Monogrammed at right center edge. With framer’s label on the reverse “The Waddell Company, Shreveport, LA.”

Oil on canvas board. Monogrammed at right center edge. With framer’s label on the reverse “The Waddell Company, Shreveport, LA.”

Oil on canvas board. Monogrammed at right center edge. With framer’s label on the reverse “The Waddell Company, Shreveport, LA.”

Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Heimsath.”

Board: 8''H x 10''W; Frame: 10''H x 12''W.

Board: 8''H x 10''W; Frame: 10''H x 12''W.

Board: 8''H x 10''W; Frame: 9.25''H x 11.25''W.

$800 - 1200

$800 - 1200

$800 - 1200

Sheet: 10''H x 12.625''W; Frame: 16.75''H x 20.75''W.

Canvas: 48"H x 36"W; Frame: 55"H x 43.25"W. Provenance: The collection of Derrill Osborn; Private collection. $1500 - 2500

$1500 - 2500

Not Pictured

248 • C L E M E N T I N E H U N T E R (American/Louisiana, 1887-1988)

Haulin Cotton Oil on canvas board. Monogrammed at right edge. Board: 12''H x 16''W; Frame: 13.5''H x 17.5''W. Note: Accompanied by photograph of the artist holding this particular painting. $1000 - 1500

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249 • C L E M E N T I N E H U N T E R (American/Louisiana, 1887-1988)

Pickin Cotton Oil on canvas board. Monogrammed at right center edge. With framer’s label on the reverse “The Waddell Company, Shreveport, LA.” Board: 8''H x 10''W; Frame: 9.5''H x 11.25''W. $800 - 1200

254 • K E N T R . W A L L I S (American/Utah, b. 1945)

Movement Through Color Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Kent R. Wallis;” inscribed with title on canvas verso. Canvas: 30''H x 40''W; Frame: 40''H x 50''W. $2500 - 3500 135


255 • K E N T R . W A L L I S (American/Utah, b. 1945)

Santa Fe Street Scene Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Kent R. Wallis;” verso inscribed with title and artist’s name. Canvas: 36''H x 48''W; Frame: 45.75''H x 57.5''W. $3000 - 5000

256 • K E N T R . W A L L I S (American/Utah, b. 1945)

Essence of Santa Fe Oil on canvas. Signed lower right “Kent R. Wallis.” Canvas: 36''H x 24''W; Frame: 45''H x 33''W. $1500 - 2500

257 • E D K U C E R A (American/Colorado, b. 1961)

The Pink Shawl Oil on board. Signed and with artist’s copyright lower right “DE Kucera.” Board: 30''H x 24''W; Frame: 39.5''H x 33.5''W. Provenance: Mountain Trails Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico (label on reverse). $3000 - 5000

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258 • W I L L I A M A C H E F F (American, b. 1947)

Sweet Corn and Hot Chile Oil on canvas, 1994. Signed, titled and dated on canvas overlap “Wm. Acheff 1994.” Canvas: 30"H x 20"W; Frame: 38''H x 28''W. Provenance: Altermann and Morris Galleries, Houston, Texas (label on the reverse). $20,000 - 30,000

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2 6 0 • S TA N D A V I S (American/California, b. 1942)

Grandmother Prays for her Children Oil on canvas. Signed and with artist’s copyright lower left “Davis.”

259 • E D K U C E R A (American/Colorado, b. 1961)

In Light of the Holy Man Oil on canvas, 1995. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright lower right “Ed Kucera 95;” signed, dated and with artist’s copyright on canvas overlap. Canvas: 33''H x 21''W; Frame: 39.75''H x 27.75''W. Provenance: Mountain Trails Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico (label on reverse). $4000 - 6000 138

Canvas: 40''H x 30''W; Frame: 50.5''H x 40.75''W.

Not Pictured

$3000 - 5000

(Hungarian/American, 18931976)

261 • PA L F R I E D The Lookout Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Fried Pal;” titled on canvas verso and with artist’s copyright stamp. Canvas: 30''H x 24''W; Frame: 38.5''H x 32.25''W. $1000 - 1500


262 • LO R E N Z O G H I G L I E R I (American, b. 1931)

First Jump Bronze sculpture, 1999. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright “Lorenzo Ghiglieri 1999” and numbered 30/135. 22''H x 28''W. $1800 - 2500

263 • M A R T I N G R E L L E (American/Texas, b. 1954)

Waiting on the Hay Oil on canvas, 1978. Signed and dated lower right “Martin Grelle '78.” Canvas: 18"H x 24"W; Frame: 27"H x 32.75"W. Provenance: Texas Art Gallery, Dallas, Texas (label on reverse). $4000 - 6000

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264 • G E O R G E H A L L M A R K (American/Texas, b. 1949)

Sometimes It's Hell Gettin Started Oil on board, 1981. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright lower left “Hallmark 81;” titled on Texas Art Gallery label on the reverse. Board: 24"H x 36"W; Frame: 34.75"H x 46.5"W. Provenance: Texas Art Gallery, Dallas, Texas (label on reverse). $3000 - 5000

265 • G L E N N A G O O D A C R E (American/Texas, b. 1939)

Flamenco Bronze sculpture, 1996. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright “G Goodacre 1996” and numbered 22/25. 42''H including base. $5000 - 7000

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266 • M E LV I N C H A R L E S W A R R E N (American/Texas, 1920-1995)

The Prize Oil on canvas, 1984. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright lower right “Mel Warren 1984.” Canvas: 14"H x 20"W; Frame: 24.25"H x 30.25"W. Provenance: Altermann Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico (label on reverse). $9000 - 12,000

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267 • X I A N G Z H A N G (Chinese/American, b. 1954)

Holding Tight Oil on canvas. Signed and with artist’s copyright lower left “Xiang Zhang OPA.” Canvas: 25"H x 32"W; Frame: 34.25"H x 41.25"W. Provenance: Altermann Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico (label on the reverse). $4000 - 6000

268 • C L A R K K E L L E Y P R I C E (American/Wyoming, b. 1945)

Watering Hole Oil on canvas, 1983. Signed, dated and with artist’s copyright lower left “Clark Kelley Price 83.” Canvas: 30''H x 40''W; Frame: 39''H x 49''W. Provenance: Trailside Galleries, Jackson, Wyoming. $2500 - 3500

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272 • R O B E R T W I L L I A M W O O D (American/Texas, 1889-1979)

Pueblo Scene at Sunrise Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Geo. Day.” Canvas: 22''H x 32''W; Frame: 30''H x 39.25''W. $4000 - 6000

2 6 9 • C U R T W A LT E R S (American/New Mexico, b. 1950)

Flamboyance Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “Curt Walters;” titled on stretcher verso. Canvas: 36''H x 36''W; Frame: 50.25''H x 50.25''W. $3000 - 5000

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270 • A D R I A N O M A N O C C H I A

271 • S T E P H E N H A N N O C K

(American/New York, b. 1950)

(American/New York, b. 1951)

Along the Bank

Lake at Sunrise

Oil on board. Signed and with artist’s copyright lower left “Adriano Manocchia.”

Polished mixed media on board, 1994. Signed and dated lower right “Stephen Hannock 1994.”

2 7 3 • D AW S O N D AW S O N - W AT S O N

Board: 4''H x 9.5''W; Frame: 12''H x 17.25''W.

Oil on canvas board, 1937. Signed and dated on board verso “Dawson Watson 37,” with “Newton” canvas board label on the reverse.

$800 - 1200

Board: 16"H x 20"W; Frame: 21"H x 24.5"W.

Board: 7.5''H x 12''W; Frame: 12.5''H x 17''W. Provenance: Trailside Americana Galleries, Wyoming (label on reverse). $1200 - 1800

(British/American, 1864-1939)

Desert Landscape

$2000 - 3000 143


274 • G R A N T M A C D O N A L D (American/Texas, b. 1944)

Best Time of Day Oil on canvas, 1996. Signed and dated lower right “Grant Macdonald 1996;” signed and titled on reverse. Canvas: 30''H x 40''W; Frame: 36.75''H x 46.75''W. Provenance: Altermann and Morris Galleries, Dallas, Houston, Santa Fe (label on reverse). $3000 - 5000

275 • L A U R E N C E S I S S O N (American, b. 1928)

Desert Landscape at Sunset Oil on board. Signed lower left “L. Sisson.” Board: 42''H x 60''W; Frame: 50''H x 67.75''W. $1500 - 2500

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278 • W I L L I A M R O B E R T THRASHER (American/Texas, 1908-1997)

Bluebonnets Oil on canvas. Signed lower left “WR Thrasher.” Canvas: 24"H x 36"W; Frame: 30.5"H x 42.5"W. $1500 - 2500

276 • L A U R E N C E S I S S O N (American, b. 1928)

Arizona Drifter Oil on masonite 1979. Signed lower right “L. Sisson.” Masonite: 46.5''H x 46''W; Frame: 56.5''H x 56''W. Provenance: Butterfields San Francisco, June 9 2002, Lot 8103. $2000 - 3000

279 • G E R A L D H A R V E Y 277 • C H A R L E S TAY LO R B O W L I N G (American/Texas, 1891-1985)

(American/Texas, b. 1933)

Texas Bluebonnets

Oil on board, 1928. Signed and dated lower right “Chas. T. Bowling 1928.”

Oil on canvas, 1961. Signed and dated lower right “G. Harvey 1961;” with artist’s copyright stamp on the reverse numbered “387.”

Board: 10"H x 12"W; Frame: 12.5"H x 14.5"W.

Canvas: 24"H x 30"W; Frame: 29.5"H x 35.25"W.

$1000 - 1500

$4000 - 6000

Landscape at Sunset

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BID INCREMENTS $0 – 999

$ 50

(b) For items purchased via phone or absentee bidding, your credit card will be charged the day after the auction. If other payment arrangements have been made and good funds have not been received by the 5th business day after the auction, your credit card will be charged.

$1,000 – 2,499

$100

$2,500 – 4,999

$250

$5,000 – 9,999

$500

$10,000 – 24,999

$1,000

(c) For items purchased online, you will be emailed an invoice the day after the auction. It is your responsibility to contact DAG via telephone 866-6533900 or email at billing@dallasauctiongallery.com to make payment.

$25,000 – 49,999

$2,500

$50,000 – 99,999

$5,000

$100,000 – 249,000

$10,000

(d) If paying by check, DAG reserves the right to hold all purchases until the check has cleared to the satisfaction of DAG and its bank.

$250,000 – 499,999

$25,000

$500,000 – 999,999

$50,000

International Clients: We accept wire transfers, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. There is a maximum of $10,000 that may be charged to credit cards, per client invoice. (a) For items purchased via phone or absentee bidding, your credit card will be charged the day after the auction. If other payment arrangements have been made and good funds have not been received by the 5th business day after the auction, your credit card will be charged. (b) For items purchased online, you will be emailed an invoice the day after the auction. It is your responsibility to contact DAG via telephone 866-6533900 or email at billing@dallasauctiongallery.com to make payment.

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The following as amended by any posted notices or oral announcements during the sale, constitutes the entire terms and conditions on which property listed in the catalogue shall be offered for sale or sold by Dallas Auction Gallery, Ltd. (“DAG”) and any consignor of such property for whom we act as agent. By bidding at an auction, whether in person or by agent, absentee bid, telephone or other means, the buyer or bidder agrees to be bound by these Conditions of Sale.

3. The successful bidder is the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, or in the event of doubt on DAG’s part as to the validity of any bid, the auctioneer will have the final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, DAG’s sale record is conclusive. DAG records the audio portion of each auction.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

4. The purchaser assumes full responsibility for items at the fall of the hammer.

1. All items are sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” with all faults. There are no warranties or representations of merchantability, of fitness, nor of any other kind, express or implied. All items are available for your examination prior to bidding. Written and oral descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to authenticity, age, condition, materials or any other feature of items being sold. DAG attempts to catalog every lot correctly and will attempt to point out any defects but will not be responsible or liable for the correctness of the catalog or other descriptions of the lot. We recommend prospective bidders examine all items in which they have an interest. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you have examined the items as fully as you desire to or that you have chosen not to examine them. If you require absolute certainty in all areas of authenticity, and the results of your evaluation leave uncertainty in your mind, we recommend you have an expert examine the lot for you or do not bid on the item in question. If your item(s) are damaged in shipping, you will need to contact the shipper to file a claim. If your item(s) are being shipped and there is a condition problem upon receipt, you are expected to notify us immediately by phone at 866-653-3900. Any condition concerns will be null and void after the 10th business day following the end of the auction. Please note that if you pay late and thus receive your item(s) late, this does not qualify you for special privileges. We do not give refunds! All sales are final! 2. All property is sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” and neither DAG nor the consignor makes any warranties or representations of any kind or nature with respect to property or its value, and in no event shall be responsible for the correctness of description, genuineness, attribution, provenance, authenticity, authorship, completeness, condition of property or estimate of value. No statement (oral or written) in this catalog, at the sale, or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty or representation, or any assumption of responsibility. All measurements are approximate.

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5. As a convenience to customers, absentee bids and phone bids will be executed by DAG personnel in a competitive and confidential manner. Phone bid arrangements must be made 24 hours prior to start of the auction. DAG will not be responsible for failure to execute absentee or phone bids. 6. There will be a buyer’s premium of 25% added to the hammer price of each lot for the portion up to and including $50,000; 20% on the portion from $50,001 through $1,000,000, and 12% on the portion exceeding $1,000,000 and all will be considered part of the total purchase price. All purchases will be subject to an 8.25% Texas sales tax unless (1) you are an out-of-state resident and your purchases are being shipped out of Texas or (2) if you are a Texas resident and you possess a valid tax-exempt number. DAG must have a blanket exemption certificate with permit number and signature on any tax exempt sale. 7. PAYMENT: DOMESTIC CLIENTS: We accept bank wire transfers, cash, personal or company check with proper ID, cashier's check, travelers check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. There is a maximum of $10,000 that may be charged to credit cards, per client invoice. (a) Items purchased in person must be paid for on the day of the auction. If you leave without paying, your credit card will be charged the next day. (b) For items purchased via phone or absentee bidding, your credit card will be charged the day after the auction. If other payment arrangements have been made and good funds have not been received by the 5th business day after the auction, your credit card will be charged. (c) For items purchased online, you will be emailed an invoice the day after the auction. It is your responsibility to contact DAG via telephone 866-653-3900 or email at billing@dallasauctiongallery.com to make payment. (d) If paying by check, DAG reserves the right to hold all purchases until the check has cleared to the satisfaction of DAG and its bank.


INTERNATIONAL CLIENTS: We accept wire transfers, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. There is a maximum of $10,000 that may be charged to credit cards, per client invoice. (a) For items purchased via phone or absentee bidding, your credit card will be charged the day after the auction. If other payment arrangements have been made and good funds have not been received by the 5th business day after the auction, your credit card will be charged. (b) For items purchased online, you will be emailed an invoice the day after the auction. It is your responsibility to contact DAG via telephone 866-653-3900 or email at billing@dallasauctiongallery.com to make payment. 8. SHIPPING: It is the buyer’s responsibility to arrange for and pay for shipping. On the 30th calendar day following the auction, all lots that have not been removed from DAG will be moved to an off-site storage facility and incur storage fees of $10.00 per lot per day until removed. For a recommended list of shippers and a Shipping Authorization Form, please click the "Shipping" link under the "Services" tab of our homepage at www.dallasauctiongallery.com. We must have a signed, completed Shipping Authorization to release your lots. 9. If we are prevented by fire, theft, or any other reason whatsoever from delivering any property to the purchaser, our liability shall be limited to the sum actually paid, by the purchaser for such property.

14. In the unlikely event that we lose our internet connection, DAG reserves the right in its sole and absolute discretion to cancel the remainder of the auction. 15. Some lots may be offered with a “reserve” which is the minimum price below which the lot will not be sold. DAG may act to protect the reserve by bidding through the auctioneer. The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the consignor. The auctioneer may continue to bid on behalf of the consignor up to the amount of the reserve, either by placing bids in response to other bidders or by placing consecutive bids. In no event will the reserve exceed the low estimate. 16. These terms and conditions of sale, as well as the respective rights and obligations of DAG and any purchasers or bidder at any sale of DAG, shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas. 17. The auctioneer is licensed and regulated by the Department of Licensing and Regulation. Licensure with the Department does not imply approval or endorsement by the State of Texas. If you have an unresolved complaint, it should be directed to: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, P.O. Box 12157, Austin, Texas 78711, 512-463-6599. Scott H. Shuford, TXL #13769 : Jerry W. Holley, TXL #10262

10. DAG reserves the right to withdraw any lot at any time before the auction without liability. 11. The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid not commensurate with the value of the property offered. 12. A range of estimates is given on each lot with a low and a high estimate. Estimates should not be relied on as a prediction of the actual selling price. 13. If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with by the purchaser, in addition to other remedies available to it by law, including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, DAG at its option may either (a) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser or (b) resell the property at public auction without reserve or minimum selling price, and the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency and costs, including handling charges, expenses of both sales, the commission on both sales at regular rates, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages.

214.653.3900 2235 MONITOR STREE T DALLAS T X 75207 DA L L A S AU C T I O N G A L L E RY.CO M

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