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MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART AND DESIGN

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

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DOYLE+DESIGN

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MO DE R N AND CONT EM PORARY A RT AND DESI GN

AUCTION Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 10am

EXHIBITION Saturday, June 2, 10am – 5pm Sunday, June 3, Noon – 5pm Monday, June 4, 10am – 6pm

LOCATION Doyle 175 East 87th Street New York City 212-427-2730 www.Doyle.com

Catalogue: $35


INCLUDING PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATES OF Donald Clifford, Jr. An East Hampton Collection Rita Hirsch Hilda Johnson Howard Kaminksy Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust A New York Collection Lucille and Charles Plotz Elinor Steinhart Stephen Stempler

INCLUDING PROPERTY FROM A Beekman Place Apartment Formerly in the inventory of Berry-Hill Galleries, New York A Garrison, New York Collector Sold to Benefit a New York Not-For-Profit Organization A New York Corporate Collection A Palm Beach Collection Sold to Benefit the Lake St. Louis Historical Society The Watermill Center, Water Mill, NY

CONTENTS Paintings Prints Furniture & Decorations Silver & Silver Plate Furniture & Decorations

1-141 142-155 156-245 246-286 287-371

Glossary I Conditions of Sale II Terms of Guarantee IV Information on Sales & Use Tax V Buying at Doyle VI Selling at Doyle VIII Auction Schedule IX Company Directory X Absentee Bid Form XII

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PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE, PHOTOGRAPHS & PRINTS

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1 Yaacov Agam Israeli, b. 1928 Star of David Signed Agam and stamped with gold marks, numbered 3/9, accompanied by a fitted box marked Mayeux France 18kt gold Height 5 1/4 inches Provenance: The artist [Sale] Enghien Hotel des Ventes Acquired by the current owner, Dec. 1980 from the above Exhibited: Enghien-les-Bains, France, Enghien Hotel des Ventes, Bijoux-Sculptures et Mobiles en Or par Yaacov Agam, Dec. 5-7, 1980 C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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2 Yaacov Agam Israeli, b. 1928 Star of David Signed Agam and stamped with gold marks, numbered 4/9, accompanied by a fitted box marked Mayeux France 18kt gold Height 5 1/4 inches Provenance: The artist [Sale] Enghien Hotel des Ventes Acquired by the current owner, Dec. 1980 from the above Exhibited: Enghien-les-Bains, France, Enghien Hotel des Ventes, Bijoux-Sculptures et Mobiles en Or par Yaacov Agam, Dec. 5-7, 1980 C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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3 Yaacov Agam Israeli, b. 1928 Star of David Signed Agam and stamped with gold marks, numbered 7/9 18kt gold with bronze base, accompanied by a fitted box marked Mayeux France Provenance: The artist [Sale] Enghien Hotel des Ventes Acquired by the current owner, Dec. 1980 from the above Exhibited: Enghien-les-Bains, France, Enghien Hotel des Ventes, Bijoux-Sculptures et Mobiles en Or par Yaacov Agam, Dec. 5-7, 1980 C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration


4 Yaacov Agam Israeli, b. 1928 Petit Triangle Volant Object Signed Agam and numbered EA 3/3 18 kt. gold, 52.1 dwts Height 1 7/8 inches Provenance: The artist Sale: Enghien Hotel des Ventes Acquired by the current owner, Dec. 1980 from the above venue Exhibited: Enghien-les-Bains, France, Enghien Hotel des Ventes, Bijoux-Sculptures et Mobiles en Or par Yaacov Agam, Dec. 5-7, 1980 C $3,500-4,500 See Illustration

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5 Yaacov Agam Israeli, b. 1928 Petit Triangle Volant Object Signed Agam and numbered HC 3/4 18 kt. gold, 52.1 dwts Height 1 7/8 inches Provenance: The artist Sale: Enghien Hotel des Ventes Acquired by the current owner, Dec. 1980 from the above venue Exhibited: Enghien-les-Bains, France, Enghien Hotel des Ventes, Bijoux-Sculptures et Mobiles en Or par Yaacov Agam, Dec. 5-7, 1980 C $3,500-4,500 See Illustration 6 Yaacov Agam Israeli, b. 1928 Petit Triangle Volant Object Signed Agam and numbered 2/9 18 kt. gold, 52.1 dwts Height 1 7/8 inches Provenance: The artist Sale: Enghien Hotel des Ventes Acquired by the current owner, Dec. 1980 from the above venue Exhibited: Enghien-les-Bains, France, Enghien Hotel des Ventes, Bijoux-Sculptures et Mobiles en Or par Yaacov Agam, Dec. 5-7, 1980 C $3,500-4,500 See Illustration

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7 Polly Apfelbaum American, b. 1955 Red Dots Pillowcase with collaged painted velvet 31 1/4 x 22 inches (79.37 x 55.88 cm) Provenance: [Sale] Brunk Auctions, Asheville, NC, Jul. 20, 2013, lot 81 C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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8 Karel Appel Dutch, 1921-2006 Untitled, 1971 Signed Appel and dated 71 (ll) Acrylic, crayon and printed paper collage on card 7 x 5 inches Provenance: Gift of the artist to the current owner C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

9 Allan D’Arcangelo American, 1930-1998 Side-View Mirror, circa 1966 Signed D’Arcangelo and inscribed P on base Screenprint on plexiglass in car mirror on lucite base, from an edition of 75 Height 7 inches Provenance: Irma B. Jaffe, New York The Estate of Irma B. Jaffe C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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10 Hannah Van Bart Dutch, b. 1963 Young Man, 2013 Signed Hannah Van Bart, dated 2013, initialed HVB and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on linen 29 1/2 x 21 3/4 inches C Property from a New York Collection $1,200-1,800 See Illustration 11 Leonard Baskin American, 1922-2000 Andromache, 1971 Signed Baskin, dated 1971 and inscribed FS Bronze with brown patina Height 38 inches Provenance: The artist Irma B. Jaffe, New York The Estate of Irma B. Jaffe Literature: Jaffe, Irma B., The Sculpture of Leonard Baskin, illus. b/w full page, pp. 104-105, fig. 62a & fig. 62b, 1980 C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

11 12 Leonard Baskin American, 1922-2000 (i) Fruitfulness from Permanence, 1967 Signed L. Baskin Bronze with dark brown patina 19 1/4 x 16 x 1 1/2 inches (ii) Continuity, 1967 Signed L. Baskin, dated 67, and stamped with Bedi-Makky foundrey mark at the bottom edge Bronze with dark brown patina 19 x 15 3/4 x 1 inches (iii) Untitled, Ram, 1983 Signed baskin and dated 1983 (ll) 10 1/2 x 13 7/8 x 1 inches (iv) Untitled, Big Horn Sheep, 1983 Signed Baskin, dated 1983, and inscribed F (lr) Cast Plaster 9 3/4 x 11 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches Provenance: The artist Irma B. Jaffe, NY The Estate of Irma B. Jaffe Literature: (i) Jaffe, Irma B. The Scuplture of Leonard Baskin, illus., b/w full page, p. 188, fig 128. (ii) Jaffe, Irma B. The Scuplture of Leonard Baskin, illus., b/w full page, p. 190, fig 130. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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13 Helder Batista French, b. 1964 For the Peace, 2018 Signed HBatista and dated 18 Unique resin sculpture 8 3/8 x 10 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 14 Fletcher Benton American, b. 1931 (Maquette) Blocks on Blocks: Three on One with Balls, 2001 Signed Fletcher Benton, inscribed Fletcher Benton and dated 2001 at bottom edge Painted steel Height 13 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration 15 Tony Berlant American, b. 1941 Untitled (Romance) Found tin collage with steel brads on plywood construction 7 x 7 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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16 Otto Bierhals American, 1879-1935 Empire State Building at Night Charcoal and gouache on paper 20 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches Provenance: Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., New York, no. APG 5217 C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $400-600 See Illustration 17 Varujan Boghosian American, b. 1926 Four Short Stories, 1996 Signed Varujan Boghosian and dated 1996 on underside Mixed media and found object construction 20 3/4 x 19 x 21 1/4 inches C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

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18 Antanas Brazdys Lithuanian, b. 1939 Untitled Signed Brazdys and numbered IV/V Stainless steel on wood base 10 x 9 x 17 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration

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19 Byron Browne American, 1907-1961 Two Performers, 1948 Signed Byron Browne and dated 1948 (lr), signed Byron Browne, dated 1948 and inscribed tempera-ink/NYC and as titled on the reverse Ink and tempera on paper 19 x 25 inches Provenance: Irma B. Jaffe, NY The Estate of Irma B. Jaffe C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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20 Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas Cuban, b. 1962 (i) Ventana con Jardin - Windows Garden, 1997 Signed Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas, dated NYC 1997 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 32 x 32 inches (ii) Ventana con Jardin - Windows Garden, 1998 Signed Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas, dated NYC 1998 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 32 x 32 inches C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration of Part 21 Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas Cuban, b. 1962 Paisaje y Arquitectura Tres, 2002 Signed Carlos Rodriguez Cardenas, dated June 6 Union City 2002 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic and graphite on canvas 55 x 63 inches C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration


22 Anthony Caro British, 1924-2013 No. 82, 1981 Signed Anthony Caro, dated 1981 and inscribed Number 82/#82 on the reverse Chalk and acrylic on handmade form-cast paper on Tycore, fabricated and published by Tyler Graphics, Ltd. 20 1/2 x 28 x 4 inches Provenance: AndrĂŠ Emmerich Gallery, Inc., New York C Estate of Rita Hirsch $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 23 Nicolas Carone American, 1917-2010 Untitled Signed Carone (lr) Oil on Masonite 18 x 22 inches C $7,000-9,000 See Illustration

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24 Clarence Holbrook Carter American, 1904-2000 (i) Horsepower III (Study for an ad for the National City Bank of New York, circa 1951 Stamped Estate of Clarence H. Carter, signed Clarence B. Carter and inscribed No. 3 on the reverse Graphite and watercolor on paper 8 x 10 1/4 inches (ii) City Park, 1953 Signed Clarence H. Carter and dated 53 (ul) Ink and watercolor on paper 8 x 11 1/2 inches (iii) Aluminum, 1953 Signed Clarence H. Carter and dated 53 (lr) Ink and watercolor on paper 10 x 11 inches (iv) Untitled, 1951 Signed Clarence H. Carter and dated 51 (ll) Ink and watercolor on paper 8 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches (v) Building Materials, 1956 Signed Clarence H. Carter and dated 56 (lr) Graphite and watercolor on paper 7 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration of Part

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25 Federico Castellon Spanish/American, 1914-1971 Study for Bengalese Lovers, 1947 Signed Castellon and inscribed as titled (lr) Sepia ink and gouache on gray paper 13 7/8 x 11 inches Provenance: Swann Auction Galleries C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration

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26 Federico Castellon Spanish/American, 1914-1971 (i) Study for the Judgement, 1948 Signed Castellon, dated ‘48 and inscribed as titled (lr) Ink on paper 13 x 10 inches Provenance: Swann Auction Galleries (ii) Untitled, 1945 Signed Castellon and dated ‘45 (ll) Ink on paper 10 x 13 inches Provenance: Swann Auction Galleries C $800-1,200 See Illustration of Part 27 Federico Castellon Spanish/American, 1914-1971 The Alchemist’s Search for Philosopher’s Stone and Elixir of Life Initialed FC and numbered 78 (lr), inscribed as titled (ll) Charcoal, ink and white chalk on paper 16 x 12 5/8 inches C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration


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30 28 John Coburn Australian, 1925-2006 Dark Tree, 1976 Signed Coburn (lr), signed John Coburn, dated 1976 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Gouache on paper 30 x 22 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

29 John Coburn Australian, 1925-2006 Fire Tree, 1976 Signed Coburn (lr), signed John Coburn, dated Sydney 1976 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Gouache on paper 30 x 22 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

30 John Coburn Australian, 1925-2006 El Toro, 1971 Signed Coburn (lr), signed John Coburn, dated Paris 1971 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Gouache on paper 22 1/2 x 30 1/4 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

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31 John Coburn Australian, 1925-2006 Mellow Yellow, 1971 Signed Coburn (lr), signed John Coburn, dated Paris 1971 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Gouache on paper 22 1/2 x 30 1/4 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration 32 John Coburn Australian, 1925-2006 Night Desert, 1971 Signed Coburn (lr), signed John Coburn, dated Paris 1971 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Gouache on paper 22 1/2 x 30 1/4 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

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33 William Congdon American, 1912-1998 Istanbul No. 4 Initialed WC (lr), and intitiald WC, dated 10-53, and inscribed as titled on reverse. Oil with gold pigment on Masonite mounted to stretchers 15 3/4 x 35 1/2 inches Provenance: Collection of Julius Fleischmann, Cincinnati, #275 Mr. Charles Fleischmann, III, Cincinnati Exhibited: Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, October 1995 The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati Art Museum, Eden Park, Cincinnati, William Congdon, Venice, 1959 C $7,000-9,000 See Illustration

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35 Robert Courtright American, 1926-2011 Untitled (CXXVI), 1978 Signed Courtright and dated 78 (lr), signed Courtright and dated 78 on the reverse Gouache on 140 sheets of paper tipped to panel Overall 41 3/4 x 44 x 2 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

34 34 Edward Corbett American, 1919-1971 Provincetown #1, 1962 Oil on canvas 40 x 50 Provenance: The artist By descent from the above Exhibited: San Francisco, CA, San Francisco Museum of Art, Edward Corbett: A Retrospective, April 4 - May 4, 1969 Richmond, CA, Richmond Art Center, Edward Corbett: A Retrospective, Sept. 23 - Nov. 18, 1990 C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

35 36 James Henry Daugherty American, 1889-1974 Synchronist Figures in a Landscape Inscribed with James Daugherty Estate number 86.378 on the reverse Graphite and gouache on paper 12 x 18 1/8 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $1,200-1,800 See Illustration

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39 37 James Henry Daugherty American, 1889-1974 (i) Houses and Roof, San Francisco Inscribed with James Daugherty Estate number 86.727 on the reverse Charcoal on paper 19 x 16 inches (ii) Broderick Street, San Francisco, 1947 Inscribed Broderick St and dated Jan 1947 (ll), inscribed with James Daugherty Estate number 86.728 on the reverse Charcoal on paper 19 x 16 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $800-1,200 See Illustration 18 DOYLE • JUNE 6, 2018 • NEW YORK

38 James Henry Daugherty American, 1889-1974 Group of Women Signed J. Daugherty (ll), signed James Daugherty on the reverse Pencil on paper 20 x 13 1/2 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $800-1,200 See Illustration

39 James Henry Daugherty American, 1889-1974 The Liberators Series: Fathers of the Great Tradition, 1917 Signed J.D. and dated 1917 (lr), inscribed with James Daugherty Estate number 86.313 on the reverse Charcoal and pastel on paper 11 3/4 x 14 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $600-800 See Illustration


40 40 James Henry Daugherty American, 1889-1974 Mural Sketch Signed James Daugherty (ll) Gouache and graphite on paper 8 3/8 x 23 1/4 inches, full sheet 16 1/2 x 23 1/4 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $700-1,000 See Illustration

42 Dorothy Dehner American, 1901-1994 Untitled Signed Dehner at lower edge Bronze with brown patina Unique Height 3 5/8 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

41 Dorothy Dehner American, 1901-1994 Mars Flower Bronze with brown patina Unique Height 9 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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43 Stephen Edlich American, 1944-1989 Untitled “5, Fuque VII”, 1980 Signed, Edlich, inscribed as titled and dated, 1980 on stretcher Collage with acrylic, paper, charcoal and twine on linen 54 x 36 inches Provenance: Christie’s NY, Contemporary Art, sale 5818, lot 162, Feb. 23, 1985 C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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44 Stephen Edlich American, 1944-1989 Majo, 1976-1977 Signed Edlich, dated 1976-77 and inscribed as titled on the stretcher Acrylic, charcoal, paper and wood collage on canvas 60 x 40 inches Provenance: Christie’s East, New York C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration


45 45 Stephen Edlich American, 1944-1989 Jou, 1977-79 Signed Edlich, dated 1977-79 and inscribed as titled on the stretcher Collage of jute, wood, paper, chalk, and acrylic on canvas 44 x 30 inches Provenance: The artist [Marlborough Gallery, New York] Susan Englander [Sale] Sotheby’s New York, Oct. 31 - Nov. 1, 1984, sale #5243, lot 128 Exhibited: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1981, acc. no. EL 3.1981 C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 46 Jimmy Ernst German/American, 1920-1984 Afternoon, 1954 Signed Jimmy Ernst and dated 54 (lr), signed Jimmy Ernst, dated 54 and inscribed Afternoon on the reverse Oil on canvas 14 x 11 inches Provenance: Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York C Estate of Hilda Johnson $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

46 47 Richard Estes American, b. 1932 New York Harbor (Statue of Liberty), 1996 Signed Richard Estes and dated 96 (lr), inscribed NY Harbor (ll) Gouache on paper Image size 4 1/4 x 2 1/2 inches Provenance: Bernarducci Meisel Gallery, New York C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

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48 Sorel Etrog Canadian, 1933-2014 Abstract Compostion Stamped Etrog and numbered 4/10 Bronze with dark brown patina Height 4 1/4 inches Provenance: Dominion Gallery, Montreal C Estate of Hilda Johnson $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 49 Georges Folmer French, 1895-1977 Profil et Masque Oil on canvas 21 1/2 x 18 inches Provenance: [Waterhouse & Dodd, New York] Private collection, New York Literature: This work will be included in Volume IV of the Catalogue Raisonne by Carine Florentin C Property from a New York Collection $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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50 Frank Gehry Canadian/American, b. 1929 A Study, 1999 Signed Gehry (lc) Ink jet print on paper 49 x 54 1/2 inches Provenance: Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills Exhibited: Frank Gehry: A Study, Mar. 18 - May 1, 1999, Gagosian Galler, Beverly Hills, cat. no. GEHRY 99-0005 (#5) C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

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51 Steve Gianakos American, b. 1938 Bowling for Drowning Boys, 1979 Signed S. Gianakos and dated 1979 (lc) Ink and colored pencil on paper 32 x 50 inches Provenance: Private collection, NY C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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52 Leon Golub American, 1922-2004 Head IV, 1959 Signed Golub (lr), dated 1959 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil and lacquer on canvas 35 x 26 inches Provenance: Adam Frumkin Gallery, New York C $6,000-9,000 See Illustration

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54 John Grillo American, 1917-2004 Abstract Forms Signed Grillo (lr) Watercolor on paper 25 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches Provenance: Given by John Grillo to James Eakle, both artists at the California School of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California Carlson 20th Century Paintings, Carmel California Private collection, New York C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

55 53 Gertrude Greene American, 1911-1956 Abstract Collage, 1939 Signed Gertrude Greene and numbered 39-5 (lr) Collage on paper 6 3/8 x 7 inches Provenance: Sotheby’s Arcade, New York C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 24 DOYLE • JUNE 6, 2018 • NEW YORK

55 Nancy Hagin American, b. 1940 Gray and Gold, 2001 Signed N. Hagin and dated 01 (ll), signed Nancy Hagin and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 48 x 54 inches Provenance: Fischbach Gallery, New York C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration


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56 Richard Hambleton Canadian/American, 1954-2017 Horse and Rider, 2016 Signed Richard Hambleton and dated 2016.00 (lr), signed Richard Hambleton dated 2016.00 on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 24 x 24 inches Unframed Provenance: Rick Librizzi, New York C $15,000-20,000 See Illustration

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57 Camille Hilaire French, 1916-2004 Saint Paul de Vence Signed Hilaire (lr), signed Hilaire and inscribed St. Paul de Vence on the reverse Oil on canvas 23 x 28 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 58 Camille Hilaire French, 1916-2004 Matin Aux Baux Signed Hilaire (lr), inscribed 44 and as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 23 x 14 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $1,200-1,800 See Illustration and Front Cover

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59 Antonio Huberti French, 1907-2000 (i) La Partie De Cartes Gouache with mixed paper and cloth collage on Masonite Signed A. Huberti (lr) 14 1/2 x 18 1/8 inches Provenance: [Sale] Maitre Claude Robert, Paris: Huberti Sale, Nov. 20, 1988 (ii) La Pipe Polychrome relief on panel Signed A. Huberti (ll) Size including frame 10 1/2 x 14 3/4 x 2 1/2 inches Provenance: [Sale] Maitre Claude Robert, Paris: Huberti Sale Nov. 28, 1988 (iii) Untitled Gouache on paper Signed A. Huberti (lr) 18 1/8 x 15 1/4 inches Provenance:[Sale] Maitre Claude Robert, Paris: Huberti Sale, Nov. 20, 1988 C $1,800-2,500 See Illustration of Part

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60 Candace Jans American, b. 1952 Figures with Dolphin, 1985 Signed Jans and dated 1986 (ul) Oil on canvas 40 1/4 x 34 1/4 inches Provenance: Brown, Wood, Ivey, Mitchell & Petty, LLC, New York C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

61 Luis Jimenez American, 1940-2006 Fargo, 1979 Signed L. Jimenez, dated 79 and numbered 4/5, inscribed Fargo Polychromed fiberglass on lacquered wood plinth 33 x 11 x 9 inches Provenance: Candy Store Gallery, Folsom, California Private Collection C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

62 Raymond Jonson American, 1891-1982 The Loop - Chicago, 1922 Signed Jonson and dated 1922, inscribed as titled on the reverse Charcoal on paper 24 1/4 x 18 3/4 inches Provenance: Martin Diamond Fine Arts, Inc., New York C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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63 Willem de Kooning Dutch/American 1904-1997 Abstraction Signed de Kooning (lr), inscribed to Bobby and Arthur/Bill (ll) Ink wash on paper 9 x 20 1/2 inches Provenance: Gifted from the artist to Arthur Gold and Robert “Bobby” Fizdale Estate of Robert Fizdale [Sale] Sotheby’s Arcade, New York, Jun. 12, 1997, lot 174 C Property from a Beekman Place Apartment $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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64 Robert Kulicke American, 1924-2007 Two Peaches and a Pear, 1977 Signed Kulicke and dated 77 (lc) Pastel on gray paper 7 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches Provenance: Davis & Long Co., New York C $800-1,200 See Illustration 65 Yayoi Kusama Japanese, b. 1929 Pumpkins (pair), 2013 Each stamped Yayoi Kusama Painted cast resin edition, published by Benesse Holdings, Inc., Japan Height of each 4 inches C $1,800-2,200 See Illustration

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66 66 Lee Hang-Sung Korean, 1919-1997 Revival, 1958 Inscribed in Korean and dated 1958 (ll), signed Hang Sung Lee, inscribed as titled and an inscription in Korean on the reverse Mixed media on Korean paper mounted on secondary paper with metal foil border 36 x 21 3/4 inches C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 67 John Harrison Levee American/French, 1924-2017 May I, 1965 Signed Levee and dated 65 (ll), signed Levee and dated May I, 1965 on the reverse Oil and pumice on canvas 24 x 18 inches Provenance: AndrĂŠ Emmerich Gallery, New York C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

68 Alexander Liberman Ukranian, 1912-1999 Gate XXIV, 1982 Signed Alexander Liberman and dated 82 (ll), signed A Liberman and dated 82 on the reverse Acrylic, paper collage and acrylic gel medium on canvas 36 x 36 inches Provenance: AndrĂŠ Emmerich Gallery, New York Hokin Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL Purchased from the above in 1983 by the current owner C A Palm Beach Collection $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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69 Francisco Bores Lopez Spanish, 1898-1972 Still Life with Cup, 1956 Signed Lopez and dated 56 (lc) Oil on canvas 32 x 39 1/2 inches Provenance: Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, OH C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 70 Robert Loughlin American, 1949-2011 Ken Kesey, 2007 Initialed RL and dated 07 Acrylic on found wood Height 22 1/4 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration 71 Robert Loughlin American, 1949-2011 Judge Initialed RL (ll), signed Robert Loughlin and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 24 x 24 inches Unframed C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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72 Al Loving American, 1935-2005 New Morning #1, 1991 Signed Al Loving, dated 1991 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on paper collage on shaped lucite support 21 3/4 x 60 1/2 inches Provenance: Arnold Art Associates, Dresher, PA C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

73 Michael Lucero American, b. 1953 Untitled (Fish), circa 1985 Glazed earthenware Height 24 3/4 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

74 Michael Lucero American, b. 1953 Untitled, 1985 Signed Michael Lucero and dated 1985 Glazed earthenware 9 x 25 1/2 x 5 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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75 Michael Lucero American, b. 1953 Head Painted ceramic Height 14 inches C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 76 Boris Margo Ukrainian/American, 1902-1995 Composition Signed Boris Margo (lr) Pencil on paper 19 7/8 x 14 1/2 inches Provenance: Sotheby’s Arcade, New York C $800-1,200 See Illustration

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77 Boris Margo Ukrainian/American, 1902-1995 Composition Signed Boris Margo (ll) Ink with traces of pencil on paper 22 1/2 x 26 7/8 inches Provenance: Sotheby’s Arcade, New York C $800-1,200 See Illustration


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78 Jeffrey Maron American, b. 1949 Genesis Signed J. Maron and inscribed Genesis on underside Lacquered steel Height 17 1/4 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration 79 George McNeil American, 1908-1995 Mehitabel Dances, 1986 Signed McNeil and dated 86 (lr), signed George McNeil, dated 1986, numbered RPE 8x10/4x5 KC: 86.101c and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil and cloth collage on canvas 78 x 64 inches C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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80 Gianfranco Meggiato Italian, b. 1963 Sfera Tensione Erosa, 2005 Signed G. Meggiato and numbered III/III A.P. Bronze Height 16 1/2 inches Exhibited: Gianfranco Meggiato: Mostra Personale di Scultura, Mar. 11 - Apr. 30, 2010, Philosophy Fine Art in Cooperation with UBS, Lugano, Switzerland Literature: Rosi, Claudio, Gianfranco Meggiato: Mostra Personale di Scultura, illus. p. 85, color, p. 84 (detail) C $7,000-9,000 See Illustration

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81 Norman Mercer American, 1916-2007 Polychromatic Quadrillion II, 2003 Stamped NJM, numbered 250 and dated Mar - ‘03 Cast acrylic 48 x 45 x 11 1/2 inches Exhibited: Reflections & Refractions; Shape, Color and Light: Norman Mercer, Mar. 2 - Jul. 12, 2003, The Butler Institute of American Art, Butler, PA Literature: Zona, Lou, Reflections & Refractions, The Butler Institute of American Art, 2003, illus. p. 8 C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 82 Norman Mercer American, 1916-2007 Polychromatic Column, 2007 Initialed NJM, Mar.-’07 and numbered 285 Cast acrylic 89 x 19 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches • $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 82

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83 Norman Mercer American, 1916-2007 Polychromatic Maze, 2003 Initialed NJM, dated Aug.-’03 and numbered 254 Cast acrylic 35 1/2 x 24 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches • $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 84 Norman Mercer American, 1916-2007 Untitled (Disc), 2000 Initialed NJM and dated 7-4-00 Cast acrylic Height with base 8 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration and Inside Front Cover

85 Norman Mercer American, 1916-2007 Untitled (Cube) Cast acrylic, wire and glitter 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration

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86 Vasa Velizar Mihich Yugoslavian, b. 1933 Sphere, 1974 Signed Vasa and dated 74 Lucite Diameter 8 inches C Estate of Hilda Johnson $800-1,200 See Illustration

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87 Sadamasa Motonaga Japanese, 1922-2011 Untitled, circa 1963 Signed S. Motonaga (lr) Gouache on paperboard 10 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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88 Robert Natkin American, 1930-2010 Untitled, Apollo Series, 1963 Signed Natkin and dated 63 (lr) Acrylic on canvas 70 x 57 inches C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

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89 Robert Natkin American, 1930-2010 Apollo, 1978 Signed Natkin (lr), signed Natkin, dated 1978, stamped Robert Natkin/748/1978 and inscribed as titled on the stretcher Pastel on prepared canvas 40 3/4 x 37 inches C Estate of Stephen Stempler $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 90 Robert Natkin American, 1930-2010 Untitled, 1967 Signed Natkin and dated 1967 (lr) Gouache on paper 13 x 11 1/2 inches Provenance: Irma B. Jaffe, NY The Estate of Irma B. Jaffe C $400-600 See Illustration

91 Isamu Noguchi American, 1904-1988 Portrait of A.E. Hamilton, 1925 Signed A.E. Hamilton by ISAMU 4.25 on lower left edge of plaque, Roman Bronze Works N.Y. foundry mark on bottom edge of plaque Bronze reddish-brown patina 9 3/4 x 9 x 1 1/2 inches Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Private collection [Sale] Sotheby’s Arcade, New York, Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary, Oct. 6, 1998, sale no. 1631, lot no. 194 C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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92 Douglas Ohlson American, 1936-2010 Untitled Acrylic on primed canvas 66 x 90 inches Provenance: The artist Gene Baro Private collection Thence by descent to the current owner C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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93 Douglas Ohlson American, 1936-2010 Night Study, 1973 Signed Ohlson, dated 1973 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on sized canvas 30 x 70 inches Provenance: The artist Gene Baro Private collection Thence by descent to the current owner C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 94 Nathan Oliveira American, 1928-2010 Man on Red, with Figures Above Oil and graphite on paperboard 23 3/4 x 21 3/8 inches C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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96 Irene Rice Pereira American, 1907-1971 Beyond the Sun Signed I. Rice Pereira (lr), inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 50 x 29 1/2 inches Provenance: Pereira Foundation C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

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95 Tom Otterness American, b. 1952 Untitled, 2000 Signed Tom Otterness, dated 2000, numbered AP 1/3 and stamped with the Tallix foundry mark Bronze with light brown patina Height 11 3/8 inches C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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97 Antoine Pevsner Russian/French, 1884-1962 Composition (4) Signed A. Pevsner (ll) Charcoal on paper 9 5/8 x 13 inches Provenance: [Sale] Francis Briest, Paris, Oct. 13, 1999 C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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98 Antoine Pevsner Russian/French, 1884-1962 Composition, 1920 Signed Pevsner (lr), dated 20 (ll) Charcoal on paper 9 5/8 x 13 inches Provenance: [Sale] Francis Briest, Paris, 19th Century Paintings, Mar. 21, 2001 C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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99 Antoine Pevsner Russian/French, 1884-1962 Composition (1), 1920 Signed A. P. and dated 20 (ll) Charcoal on paper 9 5/8 x 11 3/4 inches Provenance: [Sale] Francis Briest, Paris, 19th Century Paintings, Mar. 21, 2001 C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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101 Magdalena Radulescu Romanian, 1902-1983 Portrait of Dorothy Lewis Signed Magdalena Radulescu and dated 1969 (ul) Oil on canvas 28 3/4 x 21 3/8 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $1,200-1,800 See Illustration

102 Magdalena Radulescu Romanian, 1902-1983 Cavaliers dans un Foret, 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu and dated 1969 (lr), signed Magdalena Radulescu and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 23 1/2 x 32 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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104 part 103 Magdalena Radulescu Romanian, 1902-1983 Cavaliers, 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu and dated 1969 (lr) Acrylic on canvas 25 1/2 x 36 1/4 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $1,000-1,500 See Illustration 104 Magdalena Radulescu Romanian, 1902-1983 (i) Danse Guerriere (War Dance), 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu (lr), signed Magdalena Radulescu, dated 1969 Nice and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic and ink on card 19 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches (ii) Cavaliers, 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu (lr), signed Magdalena Radulescu, dated Nice 1969 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic and ink on card 19 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches 42 DOYLE • JUNE 6, 2018 • NEW YORK

(iii) Cavaliers, 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu (ll), signed Magdalena Radulescu, dated Nice 1969 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic and ink on card 19 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches (iv) Danse Roumaine, 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu (lr), signed Magdalena Radulescu, dated 1969 Nice and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic and ink on card 19 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches (v) Danse de Feu, 1969 Signed Magdalena Radulescu (lr), signed Magdalena Radulescu, dated Nice 1969 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic and ink on paper 19 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $800-1,200 See Illustration of Part

105 David Reed American, b. 1946 Untitled, 1973 Inscribed David Reed and dated 1973 on the reverse Oil on canvas 76 x 37 5/8 inches Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist, circa 1972-73 C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration


106 Larry Rivers American, 1923-2002 Purple & Figure Signed Rivers (lr), signed Rivers, inscribed 40/60/40 and as titled on the reverse Oil and crayon on canvas laid to plywood panel 17 1/2 x 20 inches C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration 107 Larry Rivers American, 1923-2002 Man Wearing a Checkered Bathing Suit Signed Rivers (lr) Graphite pencil on paper 23 x 18 inches C Estate of Stephen Stempler $800-1,200 See Illustration 108 Arnold Ronnebeck American, 1885-1947 Pencil Sketch of New York Buildings Pencil on paper 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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110 111 109 Jay Rosenblum American, 1933-1998 Gradus ad Parnassum, 1970 Signed Jay Rosenblum, dated 1970, inscribed with artist’s address and as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas 20 x 20 inches C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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110 Jack Roth American, 1927-2004 Menage a Trois, 1979 Intitialed R and dated 79 (ll), signed Roth, dated 79, inscribed Manage a Trois-3 and numbered 3033-3 on the overlap Acrylic on unprimed canvas 55 1/2 x 28 inches C A Palm Beach Collection $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

111 Ed Ruscha American, b. 1937 Untitled (diptych), 1994 Signed Ed Ruscha (lr), signed Danna Ruscha (cl), dated June 7/’94 (c) Felt tip ink pen on paper Overall 10 1/4 x 16 inches Provenance: Gift from the artist to the current owner C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration


112 112 Anne Ryan American, 1889-1954 Gray Collage, 1953 Signed Anne Ryan (lr) Paper and cloth collage on paper 13 x 16 1/2 inches Provenance: Betty Parsons Gallery, New York C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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113 Ludwig Sander American, 1906-1975 Adirondack VI, 1970 Signed Sander on the reverse Oil on canvas Artist’s estate number LSE #173 on label affixed to backing 20 x 22 inches Provenance: Sage Fine Art, NY Private Collection, NJ C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 114 Janos Schaab Hungarian, b. 1960 Audrey 12, 2008 Signed Janos Schaab, dated 2008 and numbered 2/5 on the reverse Acrylic on canvas, from an edition of 5 unique works 47 1/2 x 47 1/2 inches Provenance: Hubert Gallery, New York C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

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115 Morton Livingston Schamberg American, 1881-1918 Untitled, circa 1915 Signed Schamberg (lr) Crayon and pencil on onion skin 3 7/8 x 3 3/8 inches C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration 116 Claude Schurr French, b. 1921 (i) Cros de Cagnes, 1970 Signed Claude Schurr (lr); signed Claude Schurr, dated 1970 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 13 x 18 inches (ii) Jardin Bleu · Cannes, 1971 Signed Claude Schurr (ll); signed Claude Schurr, dated 1971 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 21 x 32 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $1,000-1,500 See Illustration 117

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117 Claude Schurr French, b. 1921 Les Georges du loup Oranges, 1970 Signed Claude Schurr (ll), signed Claude Schurr, dated 1970 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 32 x 26 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $700-900 See Illustration


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118 Eusebio Sempere Spanish, 1924-1985 Untitled Number L72.45.3 Numbered L72.45.3 on label at underside of base Galvanized steel on wood base 18 x 13 x 2 3/4 inches C Estate of Hilda Johnson $1,200-1,800 See Illustration 119 Eusebio Sempere Spanish, 1923-1985 Ritmos en dos Circulos Grises, 1971 Signed Sempere and dated 71 (lc), signed Sempere, dated 1971 and inscribed as titled on the reverse of frame Mixed media on board 19 x 14 1/4 inches Provenance: Galeria Juana Mordo, S.A., Madrid C Estate of Hilda Johnson $1,200-1,800 See Illustration

120 Charles Green Shaw American, 1892-1974 Rhythmic Organization #1, 1940 Signed Charles G. Shaw and dated 1940 on reverse Oil on canvasboard 18 1/4 x 14 inches Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, Mar. 13, 2002, lot no. 67A Exhibited: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Tenth Guest Exhibition, Feb. 11 - Mar 10, 1941 C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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121 Mark Sheinkman American, b. 1963 11.13.95, 1995 Signed Mark Sheinman, dated 1995 and inscribed 11.13.95 on the reverse Graphite on Strathmore 500 Bristol paper 30 x 40 inches Provenance: Morris Healy Gallery, New York C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration 122 Yannis Spyropoulos Greek, 1912-1990 (i) Untitled, from the series of Anafiotika, 1957-58 Signed in Greek (lr) Oil on paper 16 x 9 1/2 inches (ii) Untitled Signed in Greek (lr) Charcoal, gouache and crayon with collage on paper 8 1/2 x 12 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

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123 John Storrs American, 1885-1956 Abstraction, Fleur de Lis, circa 1930s Signed J.S. (lr) Watercolor and ink on paper 8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches Provenance: The Downtown Gallery, New York Estate of Edith G. Halpert [Sale] Sotheby’s Parke Bernet, New York, The Edith G. Halpert Collection of American Paintings, Mar. 14-15, 1973, sale 3484, lot no # 189 C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

125 Robert Terry American, b. 1955 Orange Moon, 1986 Signed Robert Terry, dated 1986 and inscribed as titled on the stretcher Oil on canvas 28 x 18 inches Unframed Provenance: Bernarducci Gallery, New York C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

124 Takis Greek, b. 1925 Indicator Time To Go, 1969 Signed Takis and numbered 38/100 on label Lucite with motor 11 x 11 x 4 inches Provenance: Howard Wise Gallery, New York C Estate of Hilda Johnson $1,000-1,500 See Illustration 125 VIEW THE FULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND BID ONLINE AT DOYLE.COM 49


126 Bridget Bate Tichenor Mexican, 1917-1990 Untitled Landscape, 1957 Signed B. Tichenor on the backing, inscribed Mex and dated Aug ‘57 and signed with artist’s monogram on the reverse Oil on Masonite 19 3/4 x 27 5/8 inches Provenance: Country Art Gallery, Locust Vallery, New York C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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127 Bridget Bate Tichenor Mexican, 1917-1990 Untitled Landscape Signed B. Tichenor on the backing Oil on Masonite 19 5/8 x 27 5/8 inches Provenance: Country Art Gallery, Locust Valley, New York C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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128 Jean Tinguely Swiss, 1925-1991 Untitled, 1974 Signed Jean Tinguely (lr), dated 8, Sept 1974 (ll) Ink on paper napkin 10 x 9 inches C Property from a Beekman Place Apartment $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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129 Jack Tworkov American, 1900-1982 Still Life with Fruit Signed Tworkov (ul) Oil on canvas 20 x 30 inches C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

129 130 Jack Tworkov American, 1900-1982 Untitled, 1978 Initialed J.T. and dated 8-14-78 on the mount (lr), inscribed for Gordon on the mount (ll) Graphite on tracing paper tipped to secondary sheet 6 x 18 inches, mount size 10 x 21 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration

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131 Alberto Vargas Peruvian/American, 1896-1982 Study for No Darling, I don’t want to overexpose myself the first day Signed Vargas (lr) Graphite and colored pencil on brown paper 11 x 17 inches Provenance: Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

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132 Wolf Vostell German, 1932-1998 Untitled, 1964 Signed Vostell, dated NYC 64 and inscribed for Rose-Marie Chapman (ll) Mixed paper collage on paper laid to green matboard Matboard size 17 5/8 x 17 5/8 inches, paper size 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration

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133 Abraham Walkowitz American, 1878-1965 Color Harmony, 1917 Signed A. Walkowitz and dated 1917 (lr) Watercolor on artists’ board 30 x 22 inches Provenance: Estate of the Artist Zabriskie Gallery, New York Exhibited: Abraham Walkowitz Retrospective, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Oct. 27 - Dec. 1, 1974, traveling exhibition: Wichita, KS, Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, May 7 - Jun. 29, 1975 C Property from a New York Corporate Collection $2,500-4,500 See Illustration

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134 Charmion Von Wiegand American, 1896-1983 The Chinese Drug Store, 1955 Initialed CvW and dated NY 1955 (lr), numbered 137 (ll), signed Charmion von Wiegand, dated Sunday Night, May 15, 1955 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Gouache and mixed paper collage on illustration board 10 x 7 inches Provenance: Irma B. Jaffe, NY The Estate of Irma B. Jaffe C $800-1,200 See Illustration


135 Neil Williams American, 1934-1988 (i) Untitled, 1964 Initialed NW (lr), signed Williams and dated 64 on the reverse Ink and graphite on paper 14 x 17 inches (ii) Untitled, 1964 Initialed NW (lr), signed Williams and dated 64 on the reverse Graphite on paper 14 x 17 inches C Sold to Benefit a New York Not-For-Profit Organization $800-1,200 See Illustration of Part 136 Jane Wilson American, 1924-2015 (i) Floating Night, 2006 Signed Jane Wilson (lr) Watercolor on paper 4 1/8 x 5 3/4 inches Provenance: The Drawing Room, East Hampton (ii) Peeking Sun, 2006 Signed Jane Wilson (lc) Watercolor on paper 5 x 7 inches Provenance: The Drawing Room, East Hampton DC Moore Gallery, New York Angelo Torricini, New York Exhibited: Jane Wilson at 90: East Village/East End, Oct. 9 - Nov 1, 2014, DC Moore Gallery, New York C Property from a Beekman Place Apartment $800-1,200 See Illustration of Part

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137 Constantin Xenakis French, b. 1931 No. 31 Signed Constantin Xenakis and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on canvas equilateral triangle stretcher 17 1/4 x 19 3/4 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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139 138 Leon Zack Russian/French, 1892-1980 Untitled No. 17, 1967 Signed Leon Zack and dated 1967 (lr) Oil on canvas 32 x 39 1/2 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

139 Leon Zack Russian/French, 1892-1980 Mouvement, 1969 Signed Leon Zack and dated 69 (lr), signed Leon Zack, dated 1969 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 28 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

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141 140 Leon Zack Russian/French, 1892-1980 Le Matin, 1970 Signed Leon Zack (lr), signed Leon Zack, dated 1970 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 25 5/8 x 21 3/8 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

141 Leon Zack Russian/French, 1892-1980 Penser, 1968 Signed Leon Zack and dated 68 (lr), signed Leon Zack, dated 1968 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on canvas 7 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $800-1,200 See Illustration


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PRINTS & MULTIPLES 142 Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) VISAGE (ALAIN RAMIÉ 288) Painted and partially glazed (interior only) white ceramic pitcher, 1955, inscribed Edition Picasso and with the Edition Picasso and Madoura Plein Feu pottery stamps on the base, from the edition of 500. Height 12 inches; 305 mm. C $1,500-2,000 See Illustration 143 After Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) LA FEMME ET LA TOUR; LES PONTS DE NOTRE DAME; VUE AERIONNE DE LA TOUR; LA BAISER Four lithographs, 1926-1969, signed, dated, titled, numbered 40/75 and dedicated by the artist’s widow, pour Robert Delaunay by Sonia Delaunay in pencil, with the Robert Delaunay estate stamp, with full margins, two framed. (4) Largest 25 3/4 x 19 7/8 inches; 654 x 504 mm. C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $2,200-2,800 See Illustration of Part

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144 Esteban Vicente (1903-2001) UNTITLED Color screenprint, signed and numbered 29/30 in pencil, with good or full margins, framed. 16 x 12 1/2 inches; 406 x 318 mm. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $500-700 145 Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) COMPOSITION Color screenprint, signed in ink, the full sheet, framed. Sight 27 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches; 699 x 699 mm. C $500-700 See Illustration

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147 Andy Warhol (1928-1987) CAMPBELL’S SOUP CAN ON A SHOPPING BAG (FELDMAN/SCHELLMAN 4) Screenprint on a paper shopping bag, 1964, from the edition of approximately 300, published by Bianchini Gallery, New York, unframed. Overall 23 1/2 x 17 1/8 inches; 596 x 434 mm. C $600-800 See Illustration

148 Hideo Hagiwara (1913-2007) IRIS (RAINBOW); PLAYGROUND (I) Two color woodcuts (the first with embossing), 1959 and 1964, respectively, signed, dated, titled and numbered 3/30 and 16/50, the first in ink, the second in pencil, with full margins, framed. (2) Larger 15 3/8 x 26 1/2 inches; 391 x 673 mm. C Estate of Elinor Steinhart $700-1,000 See Illustration of Part


149 Takumi Shinagawa (1908-2009) DANCE SONG NO. 5; DANCE SONG NO. 7 Two color woodcuts, signed, titled in Japanese and numbered 6/50 and 7/50, respectively, in pencil, with full margins, framed. (2) First 20 x 15 1/2 inches; 508 x 394 mm. Second 14 x 20 1/2 inches; 356 x 521 mm. C Estate of Elinor Steinhart $600-800 150 Patrick Caulfield (1936-2005) CRUCIFIX (CRISTEA 8) Color screenprint,1968, signed and numbered 9/75 in pencil, printed by Kelpra Studio, London and with their inkstamp verso, published by Leslie Waddington Prints, London, the full sheet, unframed. Sheet 28 x 37 inches; 711 x 940 mm. C $700-1,000 See Illustration

151 Christo (b. 1935) and Jeanne-Claude (19352009) WRAPPED COAST, LITTLE BAY, AUSTRALIA Color offset lithograph, 1969, signed and numbered 15/100 in blue ink, the full sheet, framed. Sheet 18 1/2 x 26 7/8 inches; 470 x 683 mm. C $600-800 See Illustration 152 Lee Ufan (b. 1936) FROM BRUSH 3 (PRINT NO. 21) Lithograph, 1973, signed, dated and numbered 10/30 in pencil, with full margins, unframed. 22 x 13 inches; 559 x 330 mm. Sheet 27 3/8 x 20 1/8 inches; 695 x 511 mm. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration 150

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153 Shusaku Arakawa (1936-2010) TEST MIRROR Color lithograph and screenprint with embossing, 1975, signed, dated, titled and numbered 58/100 in pencil, from Mirrors of the Mind, printed by Styria Studio, New York and with their blindstamp, co-published by Multiples, Inc., Castelli Graphics, New York, the full sheet, framed. 29 1/2 x 42 3/4 inches; 749 x 1086 mm. Provenance: Acquired from Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, by the present owner, circa 1982 C $600-800 See Illustration

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154 John Coburn (1925-2006) THE FIRST DAY: THE SPIRIT OF GOD BROODED OVER THE WATERS; THE THIRD DAY: GOD CREATED EARTH; FLAME TREE Three color screenprints, signed, titled, the first and second inscribed A/P, the third dated 1976 in pencil, with full margins, unframed. (3) Largest 38 x 26 3/8 inches; 965 x 670 mm. C Dorothy Lewis 2013 Irrevocable Trust $700-900 See Illustration of Part

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155 Patrick Hughes (b. 1939) DÉJÀ VU Color screenprint, 1976, signed, dated, titled and inscribed AP 1/10 in pencil, with full margins, framed. 19 7/8 x 37 3/4 inches; 505 x 959 mm. C $700-1,000 See Illustration

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FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS 156 [MONOGRAPHS-GAGOSIAN, etc.] Group of approximately forty volumes on contemporary art & design subjects. Includes numerous Gagosian publications, works on Richard Serra, Lucien Freud, Anselm Kiefer, Jennifer Bartlett, Kenneth Noland, Andy Warhol, volumes signed by Anthony Fry, Dennish Ashbaugh, etc. Original bindings of issue. Light dust soiling and minor wear. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $600-900

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157 Carlo Bugatti Parchment, Ebonized Wood, Copper, Pewter and Inlaid Bone Armchair Designed circa 1900 Height 45 3/4 inches, width 32 inches, depth 20 inches. Provenance: Selections From the Allan Stone Collection, Christie’s, New York, November 12, 2007, lot 654 Christie’s, New York, May 27, 1982, lot 107B Carlo Bugatti's (1856-1940) ornate and idiosyncratic designs for furniture, interiors, and jewelry are instantly recognizable. While Bugatti's style communicates the Art Nouveau aesthetic through forms adapted from Moorish, Japanese, and Islamic art, these disparate influences and the unconventional materials Bugatti employed create objects that evade origin and time. C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration


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158 Set of Ten Limoges Porcelain Mary Bacon Jungle Folk Pattern Dinner Plates Designed by Mary Bacon Jones (1868-1924), printed by Wm. Guerin & Co., circa 1905 Each circular with polychrome enamel designs based on Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. Diameter 10 7/8 inches. C $1,500-2,000 159 Set of Ten Limoges Porcelain Mary Bacon Jungle Folk Pattern Dinner Plates Designed by Mary Bacon Jones (1868-1924), printed by Wm. Guerin & Co., circa 1905 En suite with the preceding, each circular with polychrome enamel designs based on Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. Diameter 10 7/8 inches. C $1,500-2,000 See Illustration 160 Tiffany Favrile Glass Cabinet Vase Circa 1894 Of gourd form, decorated with allover windswept peacock feather motifs, signed L.C. Tiffany-Favrile A 1941. Height 4 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200

161 Tiffany Favrile Glass Calyx Floriform Vase Circa 1905 Engraved L.C.T. Y7779. Height 19 1/2 inches. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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162 Pair of Tiffany Studios ‘Jeweled’ Bronze and Blue Favrile Ribbed Glass Candlesticks Circa 1910 Not electrified, the shades engraved L.C.T. 4846 and 4849, respectively; each base signed TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 1215. Height overall of taller 23 1/8 inches; height of shades 5 3/4 and 5 5/8 inches; height of each base 17 3/4 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, Magnificent Tiffany Featuring the Gluck Collection, December 8, 2009, lot 43 Christie’s, New York, Property From an Important European Collection, June 8, 1991, lot 373 C $7,000-10,000 See Illustration

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163 163 Edouard Marcel Sandoz Art Deco Nickelled Bronze Owl-Form Car Mascot Circa 1930 Signed Ed. M. Sandoz and with Susse Frés Edtr Paris foundry mark. Height overall 5 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 164 Pair of Plaster Shell Form Sconces After Serge Roche Unsigned. Height of larger 9 inches, width 19 1/4 inches, depth 6 1/2 inches. C $1,000-2,000

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165 Marcel Bergue Art Deco Bronze Mirror Circa 1925 Height 33 3/4 inches, width 19 3/4 inches. Literature: H. Clouzot, La Ferronnerie Moderne, Paris, pl. 14. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration 166 Set of Four Italian Upholstered Blonde Wood Theatre Chairs 1930-1940s Height 35 1/4 inches, width 22 1/2 inches, depth 18 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration


167 French Art Deco Style Laminated Glass Mantel Clock Height 14 3/4 inches, width 10 3/4 inches, depth 6 1/2 inches. C $500-700 168 Pair of Gilt-Metal and Glass Obelisks 20th Century Unsigned. Height 20 inches. C $700-1,000

169 Laurent Laurensou Art Deco Dinanderie Octagonal Tray No. 419, circa 1930 Signed LAURENT L. LAURENSOU 419. Width 17 7/8 inches. C $700-1,000 See Illustration 170 Art Deco Iron and Marble Console In the manner of Richard Desvaillières Height 36 1/2 inches, width 62 3/4 inches, depth 14 1/4 inches; Together with an Iron Mirror en suite. Height 31 1/2 inches, width 50 1/4 inches. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $7,000-10,000 See Illustration

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171 171 Pair of German Bronze Male Nude Figural Two-Light Candelabra First quarter of the 20th century Each inscribed H.S. MUNCHEN. Height 15 1/4 inches, width 11 1/8 inches. C $600-800 See Illustration 172 German Bronze Figure of a Male Nude Swordsman After a Model by Hugo Lederer, cast by Akten-Gesellschaft-Gladenbeck Friedrichshagen, 1930s. Signed H. LEDERER fec., on a marble base. Height overall 37 1/2 inches, height of figure 35 1/2 inches. Provenance: Freeman’s, Philadelphia, PA, March 20, 2004, lot 774. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

172 173 William Hunt Diederich Painted Plywood and Canvas Three-Panel Double-Sided Screen Circa 1908 One side depicting an elephant hunt scene, the other side depicting leaping ibexes in a field. Each panel 59 3/4 x 25 inches; Together with Two William Hunt Diederich Preliminary Drawings Including one related to the present screen. 8 1/2 inches x 12 1/2 inches and 7 inches x 14 inches, respectively. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, 20th Century Decorative Arts, December 6, 2001, lot 16, Property from the Collection of Ms. Diana Diederich Blake, daughter of William Hunt Diederich. C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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174 William Hunt Diederich Hand-Painted and Glazed Earthenware Charger Depicting a Fighting Cock Second quarter of the 20th century With incised monogram on the front and reverse sides. Diameter 11 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, 20th Century Decorative Arts, December 6, 2001, lot 15, Property from the Collection of Ms. Diana Diederich Blake, daughter of William Hunt Diederich. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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175 William Hunt Diederich Enamel on Copper Dish Depicting Two Horses Second quarter of the 20th century Signed on the reverse Hunt Diederich. Diameter 7 3/4 inches. C $700-1,000 See Illustration 176 William Hunt Diederich Hand-Painted and Glazed Earthenware Charger Depicting a Matador and a Bull Second quarter of the 20th century Signed Hunt Diederich on the reverse. Diameter 9 7/8 inches. C $700-1,000 See Illustration

177 William Hunt Diederich Hand-Painted and Glazed Earthenware Bowl Depicting a Crow Second quarter of the 20th century Signed with the artist’s monogram. Height 4 1/4 inches, diameter 15 5/8 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 178 Wiener Werkstätte Enameled Metal Umbrella Stand Design attributed to Josef Hoffman, circa 1905. Height 23 1/2 inches. See C. Witt-Dörring's Josef Hoffmann: Interiors, 1902-1913, p. 191, for an archival photograph in the collection of the MAK-Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/ Contemporary Arts, Vienna, depicting this model in the antechamber of the residence of Margaret and Jerome Stonborough, Berlin. C $300-500


179 181 179 Dagobert Peche for the Wiener Werkstätte Enameled Glass Commemorative Goblet Circa 1917 Inscribed 1914 on one side and 1917 on the opposite side; signed with the artist’s monogram. Height 7 3/8 inches. Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York, 20th Century Decorative Arts, March 11, 2004, lot 156. C $400-600 See Illustration

180 Bronze Figure of a Bird Perched on a Branch Height 12 inches. C $800-1,200 181 Hagenauer Solid Brass Figure of a Prancing Horse With WHW MADE IN AUSTRIA logo stamp mark. Height 12 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration

182 Three Eugene Printz Walnut Three-Tiered Tables Circa 1928 Height 28 inches, width 22 inches, depth 12 1/4 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, December 12, 1992, lot 500. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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183 Quartz Lamp Base In the manner of Jean-Michel Frank Height of stone 5 1/2 inches. C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration 184 Paul Frankl Red Lacquered Wood Cabinet Frankl Galleries, circa 1938 Height 36 1/2 inches, width 44 inches, depth 13 1/4 inches. A similar cabinet of this model by Frankl sold Wright, Chicago, June 6, 2004, lot 112. C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 185 Paul Frankl Red Lacquered Wood Mirror Frankl Galleries, circa 1938 Diameter 34 inches. A similar mirror of this model by Frankl sold Wright, Chicago, June 6, 2004, lot 121.

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186 Set of Four Jean Pascaud Silvered Bronze Mounted Black Lacquered Dining Chairs Height 42 3/4 inches, width 18 1/2 inches, depth 19 1/2 inches. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

187 Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann Rosewood Model 1315 NR Extension Dining Table Circa 1930 Height 29 1/2 inches, 41 1/2 inches square. Tables of this model have sold Christie’s, New York, June 15, 2004, lot 141, and Sotheby’s, New York, April 17, 2016, lot 69. C $15,000-25,000 See Illustration

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188 Émile Lenoble Art Deco Glazed Earthenware Vase Circa 1930 With stamp mark and dated in red 1926.25. Height 11 1/2 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, Important 20th Century Decorative Arts, March 31, 1998, lot 35; Property from the Family of Aline and Charles Liebman. Aline Meyer Liebman (1879-1966) was a pioneer collector and patron of modern art, photography and modern decorative arts. Born in Los Angeles, she was the daughter of Marc Eugene Meyer and Harriet Newmark Meyer. Aline began collecting while in her teens. In 1908, she married American industrialist Charles J. Liebman (1909-1997). In 1926, the Liebman's moved into a duplex apartment at 907 Fifth Avenue in New York City. The previous year, Mrs. Liebman visited the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Moderne in Paris. At the Exposition, she was exposed to the modern glass creations of artisans such as Francois-Émile Décorchement and Maurice Marinot; works in metal by Jean Dunand and Claudius Linossier; furniture made by Jules & Marcel Leleu, Dominique, Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann and Armand-Albert Rateau; and ceramics by Émile Decouer and Émile Lenoble. In 1926, a selection of items from the Exposition were sent to New York City for an exhibition organized by the American Association of Museums and held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Subsequently, Aline Liebman and her sister, Mrs. George Blumenthal, both commissioned rooms designed by Rateau for their respective residences. The present lot was purchased by Aline Liebman at the 1925 Exposition. C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration

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190 189 Émile Lenoble Art Deco Glazed Earthenware Vase Circa 1930 With stamp mark and incised #79. Height 9 3/8 inches. C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration 190 Jacques Adnet Chrome-Plated Mirror Circa 1935 Height 39 inches, width 58 3/4 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 191 Pair of French Metal Mirror Top Bedside Chests of Drawers Each of rectangular form, with three long drawers. Height 29 1/4 inches, width 39 3/4 inches, depth 19 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration


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192 Charlotte Chauchet-Guilleré for Primavera Art Deco Stoneware Vase Circa 1930 With stamped mark. Height 12 inches. C $500-700

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193 Two Paul Beyer Art Deco Glazed Stoneware Vases Circa 1935-40 One incised ‘39, and each inscribed BEYER. Height of taller 18 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 194 Jean-Michel Frank Parcel-Gilt and Painted Oak Acorn Lamp Base Mounted on a conforming pedestal, stamped on the underside J.M. FRANK MADE IN FRANCE. Height of base 12 1/2 inches. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration 195 Jean-Michel Frank Satinwood Cabinet Stamped J.M. Frank Chanaux & Co. Height 36 inches, width 43 1/2 inches, depth 17 1/2 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, London, May 10, 2000, lot 23 C $15,000-25,000 See Illustration

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196 Max Läuger Plaster Set Glazed Ceramic Relief Bust of a Woman Mounted as a Panel Height of panel 6 1/8 inches, width 7 3/4 inches. C $600-800 See Illustration 197 Max Läuger Plaster Set Glazed Ceramic Nude Figural Relief Charger Mounted as a Panel Signed on the reverse M.L. No. 1749 Height of panel 10 1/8 inches, width 8 7/8 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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198 Max Läuger Plaster Set Glazed Ceramic Nude Male and Female Figural Relief Bowl Mounted as a Panel Signed on the reverse M.L. No. 1746 Height of panel 9 5/8 inches, width 8 1/2 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration 199 Max Läuger Glazed Earthenware Figure of a Reclining Female Nude No. 3022, 1929 Signed with the artist’s initials, dated and numbered. Length 15 1/2 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration


200 Max Läuger for Keramik Manufaktur Karlsruhe Glazed Terracotta Mask Circa 1921-8 With stamped mark and 3884 GERMANY. Height 8 5/8 inches, width 5 1/4 inches; Together with an Austrian Glazed Terracotta Double Mask Unmarked. 4 inches square. C $500-700 201 Max Läuger for Keramic Manufaktur Karlsruhe Semi-Glazed Terracotta Figure of a Seated Bather With stamp mark. Height 7 3/4 inches. C $600-800 See Illustration

202 Susi Singer-Schinnerl for Grunbach am Schneeberg Glazed Terracotta Figure of a Woman with a Bird Circa 1925-30. With incised signature SUSI SINGER and stamp mark. Height 18 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 203 Gudrun Baudisch for Wiener Werkstätte Glazed Ceramic Head Circa 1925-1930 With stamped marks WW MADE IN AUSTRIA and GB and incised numeral 345. Height 9 5/8 inches. C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration

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204 B.W. Fischer Hagenauer Style Copper, Brass and Nickelled Metal Figural Lamp Inscribed B.W. FISCHER. Height 16 3/8 inches, width 20 1/4 inches. C $300-500

207 Vally Wieselthier for the Wiener Werkstätte Hand-Painted Glazed Earthenware Two-Handled Vase 1920s With WW MADE IN AUSTRIA stamp mark, incised 5/6 and VW stamp mark. Height 13 1/8 inches. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

205 Focaccia & Melandri Lustre Maiolica Vase Circa 1922-31 Signed F M FAENZA MF ITALY. Height 13 1/4 inches. C $400-600

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206 Walter Bosse for the Viennese Porcelain Manufactory Augarten Hand-Painted Ceramic Figure of a Seated Child with a Ball Circa 1920 With blue stamp mark Wien and red stamp mark Augarten Austria. Height 4 7/8 inches. C $500-700 See Illustration

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208 Erna Kopriva Hand-Painted and Glazed Terracotta Lamp Base for the Wiener Werkstätte Model no. 586, circa 1930 With a custom-made hand-painted shade, based stamped WW MADE IN AUSTRIA, incised 586 and artist’s cipher EK. Height of body 11 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration


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209 Georges Jouve Ceramic Standing Figure of a Nude Nymph Emblematic of Spring Circa 1925 Height 41 1/2 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, The House Sale, June 5, 2002, lot 39. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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210 Susi Singer-Schinnerl Hand-Painted and Glazed Terracotta Seated Figure of a Semi-Nude Woman Playing Cards Second quarter of the 20th century With a wooden base. Height 19 3/8 inches, width 15 inches, depth 11 inches. Provenance: John Moran Auctioneers, Pasadena, CA, October 21, 2014, lot 204. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

211 Two René Herbst Art Deco Hand-Painted and Glazed Ceramic Dishes Circa 1925-30 Each signed on the reverse rH. Diameter of larger 9 5/8 inches. C $500-700 212 Porcelain Beaker Belonging to the Duke of Windsor With repeating HR, inscribed w/c/63 and with red stamp mark. Height 4 inches. Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York, The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, September 11-19, 1997, lot 3055. C $200-400

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213 Two Roger Capron for the Callis Workshop Hand-Painted and Glazed Ceramic Tiles Third quarter of the 20th century Signed Roger Capron or R. Capron, Vallauris, respectively. Height of larger 5 1/4 inches, width 5 inches. C $200-400 214 René Herbst Art Deco Hand-Painted and Glazed Stoneware Vase Circa 1925-30 Height 11 1/2 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 215 René Herbst for Maison Cusenier Art Deco Glazed Ceramic Jug and Stopper Circa 1925-30 Signed CVSENIER and rH on the underside. Height 10 5/8 inches.

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216 Assembled Margarete Heymann-Marks for Haël-Werkstaetten Glazed Ceramic Tea Service Circa 1930 Comprising a small teapot, four demitasse cups, four saucers and a biscuit box. Height of box 4 3/4 inches, height of teapot 3 3/4 inches. C $1,000-2,000 See Illustration 217 Tomasso Barbi Painted Brass Three Leaves Floor Lamp Height 6 feet 4 1/2 inches, width 63 inches, depth 28 inches. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $1,000-1,500


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218 Helen König Scavini for Lenci Hand-Painted and Partially Glazed Ceramic Group of a Siren and Infant Siren Riding a Tortoise 1937 On a circular stand and signed Lenci Torino 3-1937 - XV MADE IN ITALY and intialed K; stand signed Lenci MADE IN ITALY and intialed. Height 12 3/4 inches, stand diameter 18 inches. • $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 219 Sandro Vacchetti for Essevi Hand-Painted and Glazed Ceramic Figure of a Woman and Child Circa 1940 Signed ESSEVI MADE IN ITALY No. 12 TORINO VENTO DI PRIMAVERA SANDRO VACCHETTI. Height 12 7/8 inches. • $800-1,200 See Illustration

220 Le Bertetti Hand-Painted and Partially Glazed Ceramic Figure of a Nude Woman Titled Tormento Circa 1940 Signed Le Bertetti TORINO-ITALIA No. 96 “TORMENTO” and with artist’s monogram. Height 15 1/2 inches. • $500-700 See Illustration 221 French Modernist Nickel-Plated Brass Desk Lamp Stamped MADE IN FRANCE. Height 13 3/8 inches. C $500-700

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222 Iron and Verre Églomisé Floor Lamp 1940s Height overall 70 inches. C $1,000-1,500 223 Venetian Style Art Deco Cut-Mirror Veneered Wall Mounted Console Circa 1940 The D-form top with a leaf, above an apron with floral and dentil motifs and applied asymmetrical leaf-form plaque, raised on a tapering square cabriole bracket support. Height 30 inches, width 22 inches, depth 12 inches. C Estate of Stephen Stempler $1,000-2,000

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224 Maison Desny Nickel Plated and Glass Table Lamp Circa 1925-30 Stamped on the underside DESNY PARIS MADE IN FRANCE DEPOSE. Height 8 3/4 inches, diameter 5 7/8 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 225 Maison Desny Nickel Plated and Glass Table Lamp Circa 1926 The base plate stamped DESNY PARIS MADE IN FRANCE DEPOSE. Height 6 3/8 inches. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 226 French Art Deco Lacquer Four-Panel Screen Circa 1940 Decorated with African figures and stylized geometric bands. Height 42 1/2 inches, width of each panel 11 3/4 inches. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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227 227 Hilde Polsterer Tapestry From the North African Series Circa 1928 Signed POLSTERER lower right and COUPÉ AUBUSSON lower left. 6 Feet 9 1/4 inches x 7 feet 7 1/2 inches. C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration

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228 Pair of Pierre Chareau Art Deco Sheet Iron and Alabaster LA548 Sconces Circa 1924 Height 8 inches, width 10 inches. C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration 229 Mid-Century Style Molded Resin Seahorse-Form Floor Lamp With white patina. Height overall 60 3/4 inches, height of standard 48 3/4 inches. • $300-500

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230 Jacques Adnet Style Frosted Glass, Painted Wood and Pewter Plated Lamp Height 14 1/8 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 231 Pair of Maison Desny Chromed Metal Candlesticks 1930s Each stamped DESNY PARIS MADE IN FRANCE. Height 6 1/4 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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232 Stepped Columnar Plaster Lamp After Jean-Michel Frank. Height 25 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200 233 Pair of White Painted Metal Palm Tree Form Floor Lamps In the manner of Serge Roche Height 6 feet 4 inches, diameter 27 inches. C $700-1,000 234 Maria Likarz for the Wiener Werkstätte Copper on Enamel Portrait Plaque 1929 Signed and dated with monogram M L, unframed. 6 1/4 x 4 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 235 Pair of Serge Roche Painted Wood Marble Top Consoles Circa 1935 Height 32 1/2 inches, width 34 inches, depth 14 1/2 inches. A similar pair of consoles in this model sold in these galleries November 9, 2015, lot 279. Literature: Patrick Mauries, Serge Roche, Paris, 2006, pg. 80. C $10,000-15,000 See Illustration

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238 236 Aluminum and Bentwood Mannequin Bust of a Woman on a Stand Attributed to René Herbst & Siegel Circa 1930 Height overall 19 inches, width of base 12 1/8 inches. C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration 237 Jacques Adnet Nickelled Brass, Glass and Marble Desk Lamp 1926-1928 For La Compagnie des Arts Français Arts Décoratifs du 20 ème Siècle et Design. Composed of three vertically oriented nickel-plated spheres surmounted with a similarly shaped frosted glass sphere in the form of a light bulb Height 7 3/8 inches.

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238 Peter Müller-Munk for Revere Copper and Brass Inc. Art Deco Chrome Plated Metal Normandie Pitcher Circa 1935-41 Stamped on the underside REVERE ROME N.Y. Height 12 inches, width 9 1/2 inches. Literature: Wilson, Pilgrim and Tashjian, The Machine Age in America 1918-1941, p. 307. A. Duncan, American Art Deco, New York, 1986, p. 145. This pitcher was inspired by the iconic French ocean liner Normandie, perhaps the most luxurious ship ever built. The sleek lines of the ship’s prow are mirrored here in the silhouette of the pitcher. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 239 Hagenauer Style Hammered Pewter and Brass Articulated Half Figure of a Nude Woman on Stand Unmarked. Height overall 63 7/8 inches, width 15 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration


243 240 Bronze Figure of a Seated Female Nude Cast from a Model by José Mariano de Creeft. Inscribed JOSE DE CREEFT. Height overall 8 1/8 inches, height of base 1 1/2 inches. C $800-1,200 241 Maison Desny Nickelled Metal and Rosewood Egg Cup 1930s Stamped DESNY PARIS MADE IN FRANCE DEPOSE. Height 2 1/4 inches, width 3 inches. C $300-500 242 Carl Auböck II for the Werkstätte Carl Auböck Copper and Brass Teapot with Braided Cane Handle Model no. 3879, circa 1950 Stamped Auböck. Height 7 inches, length 10 1/8 inches. C $400-600

244 243 Josef Hoffmann for the Wiener Werkstätte Brass Vase With circular stamp mark. Height 10 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 244 Josef Hoffmann for the Wiener Werkstätte Fluted Brass and Carved Wood Cup Apparently unmarked. Height 5 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 245 Josef Hoffmann for the Wiener Werkstätte Brass and Wood Jar With circular stamp mark. Height 7 3/4 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration

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246 Vienna Secession Silver Plated Monumental Bowl and Cover Designed by Josef Maria Olbrich for the Living Room Interior in the German Exhibit of Arts and Crafts at the Louisiana Purchase Exhibition in 1904 Height 20 inches, diameter 32 3/4 inches. C $15,000-25,000 See Illustration

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Josef Maria Olbrich (1867-1908) was a founding member of the Vienna Secession movement which was established on April 3, 1897, together with Gustav Klimt, Josef Hoffmann, Kolomon Moser, Carl Moll and Otto Wagner. In 1903, two of these pioneers, Hoffmann and Moser, founded the Wiener Werkstätte. As a young man, Olbrich studied architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Wiener Staatsgewerbeschule) and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Vienna Secession Building, an exhibition hall in Vienna designed by Olbrich in 1897 and completed in 1898, is considered a landmark of the Vienna Secession movement. Simple and bold, the building is crowned with a great openwork dome. A verse in German on the building's facade reads "Der Zeit ihre Kunst. Der Kunst ihre Freiheit," which translates to "To every age its art. To every art its freedom." Below, a sculpture of three gorgons symbolize painting, sculpture and architecture. Inside, the building features one of the most widely recognized artworks of the Secession style, the Beethoven Frieze, painted by Gustav Klimt in 1901 in celebration of the composer. This monumental painting is 7 feet tall and 112 feet wide.

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In 1904, Olbrich was honored with the highest prize awarded at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, informally known as the St. Louis World's Fair, held in St. Louis, Missouri. Olbrich's entry consisted of a courtyard and decorative schemes for a myriad of rooms described in a catalogue of the fair simply as Living Room, Tea Room, Reception Hall, Dining Room, Music Room, Library and Smoking Room, all on display in the German exhibit of decorative arts in the Varied Industries Building. The building consisted of forty inner rooms grouped around a central hall designed by Bruno Möhring. A reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch made the following observations of Olbrich's pavilion, "The interior decorators of the United States are now talking about the Olbrich Pavilion. It is already indicated as one of the things at the World's Fair which will leave a permanent mark upon American life." In the introductory remarks in the publication The Descriptive Catalogue of the German Arts and Crafts at the Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904, published by the Imperial German Commission, Leo Nachtlicht noted "The German exhibit of arts and crafts in the Varied Industries building is the largest and best that Germany has ever made. Neither in Chicago 1893, Paris 1900, Turin 1902 or in Düsseldorf 1903, have the exhibitors of arts and crafts displayed such skill and excellence. The reason for the greater excellence at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition is to be found in the better organization and a keener desire to show America what is newest and best in this latest line of German effort, and in the new life that has sprung in this special line of art in the last ten years in Germany. Formerly thousands of pieces of historical furniture were decorated with the same ornaments and possessed the same style so that the entire work could be left to the mechanic, but now artist and mechanic have to work hand in hand. Heretofore the artist was rarely seen at the shop of the mechanic but now this working with the mechanic deepens his interest in the material and suggests to him the forms which are best fitted for the material used." The passage later continues "The time of rich ornamentation peculiar to the rococo and baroque style have passed. Only occasionally an expression of decoration was found to be necessary as demonstrated by the capitals in the [Peter] Behrens room or by the panel strips in the [Otto] Pankok [room] or by the panels on the sofa in the Olbrich room. In this careful use of ornamentation is expressed artistic restraint in which the progress of the arts and crafts can be well recognized." Recognizing that visitors to the Varied Industries Building and the interiors on display within were so excited and impressed by what they saw the German architects and designers decided they would allow visitors the opportunity to purchase all of the furniture and interiors on exhibit such as the present lot, designed by Olbrich, on offer here. Josef Maria Olbrich's architectural designs in the Vienna and Darmstadt Secession style as well as his designs in the decorative arts, including pottery, furniture, book bindings, musical instruments, jewelry and metalwork, had a deep influence on the development of the Art Nouveau style. Olbrich died of leukemia in 1908 at age 40.

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247 Austrian Silver and Frosted Glass Bud Vase By George Adam Scheid Circa 1905 Stamped G.A.S. Height 5 1/2 inches, approximately 2 ounces weighable. C $300-500

248 German Jugendstil Silver Flatware Service H. Meyen & Co., 1920s Comprising eleven dinner forks, ten fish forks, five tablespoons, eleven dinner knives, seven luncheon knives, twelve fish knives, ten fruit knives and a master butter knife. Total approximately 97 ounces, weighable. C $700-1,000

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249 Pair of Omar Ramsden Sterling Silver Grape Scissors London, 1924 With stamp marks. Length 6 1/8 inches, approximately 4 ounces. C $400-600 250 Group of Louis Süe et André Mare Silver Plated Table Articles For Christofle, 1930s Comprising two water pitchers, model no. 5978; two demitasse cups, model no. 5968; one teacup and saucer, model no. 5967; and two saucers. Height of water pitcher 7 inches. Literature: Alastair Duncan, The Encyclopedia of Art Deco, New York, 1988, pg. 134. For a pair of water pitchers in this pattern, please see Sotheby’s, New York, December 17, 2004, lot 48. C $1,200-1,800 251 Group of Louis Süe et André Mare Silver Plated Table Articles For Christofle, 1930s Comprising two water pitchers, model no. 5978; three beakers; one coffee cup, model no. 5966; and one egg cup. Height of pitchers 7 inches. Literature: Alastair Duncan, The Encyclopedia of Art Deco, New York, 1988, pg. 134. For a pair of water pitchers in this pattern, please see Sotheby’s, New York, December 17, 2004, lot 48. C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration 252 Maison Desny Silver Plate and Ebony Two-Handled Centerpiece Bowl 1930s Height 4 1/4 inches, length over handles 11 1/4 inches. C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration 253 Jean Dunand Hand-Hammered Silver Bowl Inscribed JEAN DUNAND and with the artist’s stamp mark. Height 1 1/8 inches, diameter 4 3/4 inches, approximately 3 ounces. C $500-800

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254 Continental Yellow Enameled Silver Tea Caddy Made for the Russian market, circa 1899-1907 Stamped 900 and 84 with the Kokoshnik mark. Height 5 3/4 inches, approximately 7 ounces all in. C $400-600 255 Paul Iribe Silver and Glass Pedestal Vase Height 8 1/8 inches, 4 1/8 inches square. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

256 Pair of Maison Desny Silver Plate and Rosewood Cups 1930s Height 2 1/8 inches, width 4 7/8 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 257 Set of Six French Art Deco Silvered Metal Martini Glasses After Maison Desny Each stamped MADE IN FRANCE. Height 3 3/8 inches. C $600-800 See Illustration

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258 Jean Després Silver Plated Copper and Wood Covered Saucepan With a hammered surface and chain-link decoration. The handle signed J-Després. Length over one handle 14 1/4 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 259 Attributed to Jean Després Guilloche Decorated Silvered Brass Bowl Apparently unmarked. Height 2 1/2 inches, diameter 6 1/8 inches. C $400-600 See Illustration 260 Two Jean Després Plated Metal Goblets Each with script signature J. Després. Height of taller 8 1/2 inches. C $700-1,000 See Illustration

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262 Two Silver Bowls One of circular form with hammered finish and four wedge handles, marked Lalaounis; the other German, with hammered finish and two wooden handles. Length of larger 5 1/2 inches, total approximately 10 ounces, all in; Together with an Art Deco Silver Plated Covered Bowl. C $300-500 263 Mexican Sterling Silver Aztec Pattern Carving Set Hector Aguilar, 1950s Comprising a carving fork and knife, each stamped with maker’s monogram and TAXCO. Length of knife 15 1/4 inches. For an Aztec pattern flatware service by Aguilar, please see Sotheby’s, New York, April 20, 2015, lot 115. C $300-500

264 Assembled Pair of Tonelli Art Deco Silver and Tortoiseshell Boudoir Swivel Harp Lamps Circa 1935-40 One stamped TONELLI. Height of taller 6 1/4 inches. C $1,500-2,500 265 Josef Hoffmann Sterling Silver Flatware Service Designed 1955 for C. Hugo Pott, late 20th century Marked Mozart, from the series Excellent, comprising six dinner forks, six lunch forks, six dessert forks, six cocktail forks, six dinner knives, six lunch knives, six fish knives, six butter knives, eight tablespoons, eight dessert spoons, six sauce spoons, eight ice cream spoons, three iced tea spoons, six teaspoons, six demitasse spoons and a serving fork. Total approximately 108 ounces, weighable. C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration of Part

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266 Jean E. Puiforcat Silver Monaco Pattern Tray Stamped JEAN E. PUIFORCAT Length 25 3/4 inches, width 11 7/8 inches, approximately 90 ounces. C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

267 Jean E. Puiforcat Silver Monaco Pattern Tray En suite with the preceding, with firm’s logo stamp mark. Length 17 7/8 inches, width 11 3/4 inches, approximately 51 ounces. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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268 Jean E. Puiforcat Silver and Rosewood Sauceboat on Stand 1930s En suite with the preceding. Rectangular with bowed sides on shaped rectangular stand. Length 8 1/2 inches, total approximately 46 ounces, all in. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration


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270 Jean E. Puiforcat Silver Monaco Pattern Flat Server En suite with the preceding. With pierced blade. Length 8 3/4 inches, approximately 4 ounces. C $400-600 See Illustration

271 Group of Jean Puiforcat Silver Holloware Table Articles Comprising two bowls, bowl on an affixed stand and two ribbed beakers, each with various stamp marks including JEAN PUIFORCAT PARIS. Height of tallest beaker 3 7/8 inches, total approximately 44 ounces. C $1,200-1,800

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272 Georg Jensen Sterling Silver and Wood Tea Caddy Model no. 136, circa 1915-30 With company stamp marks and model number. Height 5 1/4 inches, approximately 8 1/2 ounces, all in. C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

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273 Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl Model no. 196, circa 1925-32 Height 7 7/8 inches, diameter 11 1/8 inches, approximately 41 ounces. C Estate of Donald Clifford. Jr. $2,500-3,500 See Illustration 274 Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Tea Caddy Model no. 4, dated 1921 With company stamp marks, date and model number. Height 5 5/8 inches, approximately 5 ounces. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 275 Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Louvre Bowl Model no. 19A, circa 1925-32 With company stamp marks and model number. Height 6 3/4 inches, diameter 7 7/8 inches, approximately 23 ounces. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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276 276 Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl Model no. 252, circa 1915-30 With company stamp marks and model number. Height 8 7/8 inches, diameter 10 1/8 inches, approximately 42 ounces. C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration 277 Georg Jensen Sterling Silver and Ebony Handled Water Pitcher Model no. 5, circa 1915-27 With company stamp mark and model number. Height 8 7/8 inches, approximately 19 ounces, all in. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 278 Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Flask Model no. 550, designed by Harald Nielsen Of curved rectangular form, with hinged stylized blossom cap. Height 8 3/8 inches, approximately 18 ounces. For another example please see Christie’s, New York, January 19, 2005, lot 306. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

279 Pair of Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Footed Bowls Designed by Johan Rohde Model no. 17A, circa 1925-30 Signed, with London import marks for 1930, company stamp marks and model number. Height 4 inches, diameter 4 1/2 inches; Together with a Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Acorn Pattern Dinner Bell Model no. 204, circa 1925-32 With company stamp marks, designer monogram and model number. Height 3 1/2 inches, total approximately 14 ounces. C $800-1,200

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280 Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Footed Bowl Model no. 17, circa 1925-32 Height 4 inches, diameter 4 3/8 inches, approximately 5 ounces. C Estate of Donald Clifford. Jr. $500-700

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281 Pair of Gorham Sterling Silver and Ebonized Wood Three-Light Candelabra from the Circa 70 Series Designed by Donald Colflesh, model no. 1458, 1960s With company stamp marks, model number and date code symbol. Height 8 1/4 inches, approximately 42 ounces total, all in. Literature: Jewel Stern, Modernism in American Silver, New Haven, 2005, p. 258. A pair of these candelabra together with a centerpiece bowl sold Sotheby’s, New York, January 22, 2016, lot 1182 and a pair of candelabra sold Sotheby’s, New York, June 16, 2010, lot 71. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

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282 John Prip for Reed & Barton Sterling Silver Lark Pattern Flatware Service Comprising twelve dinner forks, twelve salad forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, twelve dinner knives, twelve butter knives, pie server, master butter knife, slotted spoon, serving fork, sauce ladle, gravy ladle, sugar spoon and a bonbon spoon. Total approximately 72 ounces, weighable. Literature: Jewel Stern, Modernism in American Silver, New Haven, 2005, pp. 248, 281. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration of Part

283 Ronald Hayes Pearson for International Sterling Silver Vision Pattern Flatware Service 1960s Comprising nine dinner forks, nine salad forks, nine dinner knives, three tablespoons, nine teaspoons, master butter knife, sauce ladle. Total approximately 45 ounces, weighable. C $1,500-2,000 See Illustration of Part


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284 English Silver-Gilt Cidade Surtout-de Table Candelabra Designed 2008 by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for Meta, United Kingdom. Height 9 1/4 inches, width 13 1/2 inches, depth 14 1/8 inches. Barber & Osgerby are the London based design duo responsible for the London 2012 Olympic torch design. They have designed for firms across Europe and their works are included in many museum collections. C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration 285 Mnemos 02 Silver-Gilt, Satinwood, and Kid Leather Jewelry Box and a Mnemos 03 Jewelry Box Designed by Asymptote for Meta, United Kingdom, circa 2008 Height of larger 4 1/2 inches, width 9 7/8 inches, depth 9 5/8 inches, height of smaller 2 3/4 inches, width 8 3/4 inches, depth 5 3/4 inches. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration and Front Cover 286 Hans Hansen Silver and Enamel Amalie Pattern Flatware Service 1960s/1970s Comprising twelve dinner forks, nine luncheon forks, twelve tablespoons, twelve dessert spoons, eight teaspoons, twelve dinner knives and twelve butter knives. C $700-1,000

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FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS 287 Hans Wegner Teak and Oak Extension Dining Table Model JH567 With three leaves. Height 28 3/8 inches, width closed 69 inches, depth 49 1/2 inches. Provenance: Wyeth, Sagaponack, New York C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

288 Set of Five Hans Wegner Leather Upholstered Teak The Chair Dining Chairs Issued by Johannes Hansen Height 30 inches, width 25 inches, depth 20 1/2 inches. C Estates of Lucille and Charles Plotz $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

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289 Set of Eight Hans Wegner Upholstered Oak Cowhorn Dining Chairs Model JH505 for Johannes Hansen Height 29 inches, width 23 1/4 inches, depth 16 1/4 inches. Provenance: Wyeth, Sagaponack, New York C $30,000-50,000 See Illustration

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290 290 Pair of Finn Juhl Leather Upholstered Teak Lounge Chairs Circa 1952 Each with flat armrests raised on turned supports joined by stretchers. Height 35 inches, width 28 1/4 inches, depth 27 inches. C Estate of Elinor Steinhart $2,000-4,000 See Illustration

291 George Nelson Brass and Walnut Tall Case Clock Model no. 2256, circa 1960 The square dial within a frame flanked by brass tubular supports surmounted by ball finials. Height 71 inches, width 17 1/2 inches, depth 12 inches. C Estates of Lucille and Charles Plotz $1,500-2,000 See Illustration 292 Pair of Edward Wormley Walnut Chinese Cabinets For Dunbar, 1950s Height 34 1/4 inches, width 38 inches, depth 20 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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293 Phillip Lloyd Powell Walnut Armchair and Side Table Circa 1955 Height of chair 33 inches, width 29 1/4 inches, depth 31 inches; height of table 16 inches, width 29 1/4 inches, depth 19 3/4 inches. Provenance: Christie’s, New York, July 14, 2004, lot 906. C $2,000-3,000 294 Pair of Chromed Metal and Leather Armchairs Modelled after Le Corbusier’s LC-2 armchair. Height 27 1/2 inches, width 31 1/2 inches, depth 27 1/4 inches. C $1,000-1,500


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295 Arne Jacobsen Leather Upholstered Egg Chair Height 42 inches, width 34 inches, depth 30 inches. C Estates of Lucille and Charles Plotz $1,000-1,500 296 Pair of Arne Jacobsen Upholstered Aluminum and Chrome Plated Steel Swan Chairs Designed 1957, for Fritz Hansen Height 30 inches, width 29 inches, depth 26 inches. C Property from a Garrison, New York Collector $700-1,000

298 Ercole Barovier for Vetreria Artistica Barovier Glass Mosaico Vase Circa 1924-25 Unsigned. Height 7 3/4 inches. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 299 Ercole Barovier for Barovier and Tosso Glass Vase From the Saturneo Series Circa 1951-9 Unsigned. Height 10 3/4 inches. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

297 Alessandro Pianon for Vistosi Glass and Copper Wire Bird Sculpture 1960s Unsigned. Height 8 1/4 inches. C Estate of Hilda Johnson $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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300 Gio Ponti and Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte Glass and Brass Suspension Light Circa 1935 Brass cap stamped F MILANO with crossed batons. Height 28 1/2 inches, diameter 30 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration 301 Line Vautrin Gilt-Bronze Jalousie Box Circa 1950 Stamped LINE VAUTRIN. Length 3 1/8, width 2 1/2 inches. Line Vautrin (1913-1997) was a French artist known for her playful gilt-bronze objects of vertue and jewelry which often incorporated lines of poetry and aphorisms to create wonderful double entendres such as this piece where a jealous figure peers through the blinds (jalousies in French). C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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302 Set of Six Hans Wegner Leather Upholstered Teak The Chair Armchairs For Johannes Hansen Height 30 1/8 inches, width 24 3/4 inches, depth 18 inches. C Estate of Elinor Steinhart $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 303 Mies van der Rohe for Knoll Chrome Plated Metal and Glass Low Table Height 16 3/4 inches, 40 inches square. C $300-500 304 Egon Riss Birch Plywood Penguin Donkey Bookcase For Windmill Furniture, London Height 17 inches, width 23 1/4 inches, depth 16 1/4 inches. C $1,000-1,500


305 Stewart Ross for Hansen Lighting Patinated-Metal Floor Lamp Height overall 61 1/2 inches, height of standard 48 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200 306 Hans Wegner Ash, Teak and Rush Seat Peacock Chair Model JH 550, issued by Johannes Hansen Height 41 inches, width 30 inches, depth 27 inches. C Estates of Lucille and Charles Plotz $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 307 Danish Mid-Century Upholstered Teak Armchair After Hans Wegner Height 37 inches, width 30 3/4 inches, depth 29 3/4 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

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308 George Nakashima Walnut Turned Leg Dining Table Height 28 1/4 inches, width 6 feet, depth 36 inches. A similar table of this model was sold in these galleries June 15, 2016, lot 315. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration 307

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309 Pair of Alberto Giacometti for Jean-Michel Frank Plaster Masque Coiffure Up Lights Designed 1934 Each mounted on a painted wood pedestal. Height overall 17 3/4 inches, height of body 9 1/2 inches. Provenance: Christopher Chodoff Literature: Architectural Digest, May/June 1977 C $50,000-80,000 See Illustration

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310 Diego Giacometti Bronze Le Chat Maître d’Hôtel 1961-1967 Signed Diego Height 11 5/8 inches. Examples of this model have sold recently at Sotheby’s, New York, November 15, 2017, lot 301; Christie’s, New York, November 17, 2017, lot 1201. C $80,000-120,000 See Illustration

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311 Pair of Diego Giacometti Green Patinated-Bronze Petit Bougeoir Lamps Model created circa 1960 Each with a parchment shade with rolled suede leather trim, apparently unmarked. Height of base 7 3/4 inches. Provenance: Christopher Chodoff C $10,000-20,000 See Illustration 312 Alberto Giacometti Patinated-Bronze Osselet Floor Lamp Designed 1936 Height 58 inches. Provenance: Christopher Chodoff Christie’s, New York, sold a floor lamp in this model, an Important Private Collection of Mid-20th Century Design, September 26, 2007, lot 43. C $50,000-80,000 See Illustration

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313 Pair of Diego Giacometti Patinated-Bronze Le Dompteuse Table Lamps 1970s Each signed Diego. Height 19 inches. Provenance: Christopher Chodoff and Maury Green Literature: Architectural Digest, May/June 1977 Françoise Francisci, Diego Giacometti, Catalogue de l’ouvre, Paris, 1968, vol. I, pp. 40-41 Adrien Maeght (ed.), Diego Giacometti, Paris, 1985, pp. 53 Christian Boutonnet & Rafael Ortiz, Diego Giacometti, Paris, 2003, p. 89 Christopher Chodoff (1909-1990) was a New York antiques dealer who the New York Times noted “was among the first to introduce the furniture of the 1930s to this country (including) the bronzes of Diego Giacometti”. C $30,000-50,000 See Illustration

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314 Diego Giacometti Patinated-Bronze Lanterne aux Feuilles et Oiseau Signed Diego. Height 32 inches, diameter 16 inches. Provenance: Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1975 Serge Matta The pair to this lantern sold Sotheby’s, New York, November 15, 2016, lot 308. C $50,000-70,000 See Illustration

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315 315 Ed Moulthrop Black Walnut Bowl Incised ED MOULTHROP BLACK WALNUT JUGLANJ NIGRA 902930 and with artist’s mark. Height 17 3/4 inches, diameter 20 3/4 inches. Ed Moulthrop (1916-2003) was an American craftsman best known for his turned wood bowls. Self-taught, Moulthrop turned ever larger bowls for which he designed his own tools and lathes. He did not shy away from using woods that earlier artists would have considered flawed, but used streaked and discolored pieces to highlight the natural beauty in the wood. His works are held by many major museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, among others. C $5,000-8,000 See Illustration 316 Ed Moulthrop Figured Tulipwood Bowl Incised ED MOULTHROP LIRIODENDRUM TULIPIFERA 217881-R and with artist’s branded mark. Height 9 1/2 inches, diameter 15 3/4 inches. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration

317 Ed Moulthrop Figured Tulipwood Bowl Incised ED MOULTHROP FIGURED TULIPWOOD LIRIODENDRUM TULIPIFERA 217881-R and with artist’s branded mark. Height 7 1/2 inches, diameter 12 1/2 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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318 Ed Moulthrop Figured Tulipwood Bowl Incised ED MOULTHROP FIGURED TULIPWOOD LIRIODENDRUM TULIPIFERA 018806. Height 7 1/4 inches, diameter 7 1/2 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 319 Wharton Esherick Sculpted Fruitwood Bowl Signed W E and dated 1962. Height 2 3/4 inches, length 14 inches. • $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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320 Pair of Willy Rizzo Triple Frame Steel and Brass Mirrors Height 39 1/4 inches, width 6 feet 6 3/4 inches.

322 Pair of Romeo Rega Lacquered Brass and Glass Lamps 1970s Height 11 1/8 inches, width 13 3/8 inches. C $600-800

Willy Rizzo (1928-2013) was an Italian photographer whose friends in the film and fashion industry turned him into a furniture designer in their quest to have his distinctive stamp on their homes. Clients of Rizzo included Salvador Dali and Brigitte Bardot. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration of Part

323 Jay Spectre Gilt-Metal Leather Upholstered Lounge Chair 1960s Height 29 1/2 inches, width 34 inches, depth 36 inches. C $800-1,200 See Illustration

321 Helen Frankenthaler Welded Steel, Found Metal and Bolts Pedestal Executed in 1972 Height 23 3/4 inches, width 38 inches, depth 11 1/2 inches. Provenance: André Emmerich Gallery, New York Collection of Robert and Jean Shoenberg Christie’s, New York, January 12, 2009, lot 217 Literature: F. Frankenthaler and A. Caro Frankenthaler Sculpture, exhibition catalogue, Knoedler & Company, New York, November 2006-January 2007, p. 19. C $10,000-15,000 See Illustration

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324 Neal Small Slopes Mirror Apparently unmarked. 32 Inches square. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $1,000-2,000 325 Pair of Modernist Gilt-Metal and Acrylic Lamps After Gabriella Crespi Height overall 26 1/4 inches, height of shade 11 3/4 inches, 11 3/4 inches square. C $800-1,200

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326 Set of Ten Marcel Breuer Hardwood, Beech, Tubular Steel and Woven Cane Cesca Chairs For Knoll International, 1970s Including two armchairs. Height of armchairs 32 inches, width 23 inches, depth 20 inches. C $1,000-1,500

327 Milo Baughman Upholstered Brass Sectional Surround Sofa For Thayer Coggin, 1970s In four sections. Height 33 inches, width 9 feet 4 inches, depth 9 feet 10 inches. Similar models of this sofa have sold Wright, Chicago, October 23, 2014, lot 512; Freeman’s, Philadelphia, March 19, 2017, lot 55; Bonham’s, Los Angeles, October 25, 2017, lot 2039. C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

328 Pair of Poul Henningsen Enameled Aluminum PH 4/3 Ceiling Pendants Manufactured by Louis Poulsen, Denmark, designed 1966 Each with an affixed label. Height 10 inches, diameter 19 1/4 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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329 Set of Ten Jeff Zimmerman Colored Blown Glass and Brass Hanging Lights Circa 2007 Comprising six off white examples, two brown examples and two amethyst examples. Height of tallest 17 5/8 inches. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration

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330 Etched and Patinated-Metal Chan Low Table Attributed to Philip and Kelvin LaVerne With an elliptical top decorated with an Asian scene. Height 17 1/4 inches, width 35 3/4 inches, depth 20 3/4 inches. Provenance: Gem Stone Arts Co. C Property from an East Hampton Collection $1,000-2,000 See Illustration

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331 Piero Fornasetti Lithographic Transfer-Print Over Metal Ice Bucket Circa 1960 Signed FORNASETTI MILANO MADE IN ITALY. Height 10 3/8 inches, diameter 9 inches. C $400-600 332 Pair of Edward Wormley Upholstered Walnut Compass or A-Frame Armchairs For Dunbar, 1950s Height 26 3/4 inches, width 26 1/4 inches, depth 20 3/4 inches. C $700-1,000 333 Toshiko Takaezu Glazed Stoneware Closed Form Moon Pot Vessel Incised initials T.T. Height 7 1/4 inches. C $700-1,000


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334 Pair of Piero Fornasetti Glazed Ceramic, Lithographically-Decorated Metal, Brass and Glass Busti Di Moro Floor Standing Candelabra 1960s Height 83 1/4 inches. Provenance: The Estate of Luc d’Iberville-Moreau, former Director of the Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts C Sold to Benefit the Lake St. Louis Historical Society $10,000-15,000 See Illustration VIEW THE FULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND BID ONLINE AT DOYLE.COM 111


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335 Robert Wilson Blue Lacquered Beech Strindberg Chair 1998, Prototype 1 designed for Dream Play Stadsteater, Stockholm Height 59 1/4 inches, width 18 1/2 inches, depth 17 inches. C Property from the Watermill Center, Water Mill, New York $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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336 Robert Wilson Wood and Painted Bandage Gilgamesh Chair Designed 1988 Height 30 inches, width 18 1/2 inches, depth 18 1/2 inches. C Property from the Watermill Center, Water Mill, New York $5,000-7,000 See Illustration

337 Robert Wilson Bamboo, Wood and Upholstery Crocodile King Bamboo Throne (from Alcestis) 1986 Height 63 inches, width 48 inches, depth 19 inches. Robert Wilson created this work for his set design for his reimagining of Euripides’ classic Alcestis. In their review, the New York Times said the production was visually “astonishing”. Another example of this model sold Sotheby’s, November 12, 2014, lot 154. C Property from the Watermill Center, Water Mill, New York $10,000-15,000 See Illustration


338 Mario Bellini Laminate Wood Cabinet In five tiers with open shelves, doors and drawers. Height overall 7 feet, width 64 inches, depth 19 3/4 inches. C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration 339 Rare Crystal Art Glass Console Mirror Height 88 inches, width 48 inches, depth 10 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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340 Pair of Gae Aulenti Pileo-Mezzo Acrylic Lamps Height 17 5/8 inches. C $600-800 341 Contemporary Custom Steel and Glass Table Late 20th century Height 40 1/2 inches, width 71 inches, depth 48 inches. C $300-500

342 Edward Wormley Two-Piece Mahogany and Glass Cabinet For Dunbar Top section with fall front above a case with sliding doors flanking five drawers. Height 45 1/2 inches, width 48 inches, depth 18 inches. C $800-1,200

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344 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze and Oak Dining Table Caillebotis Signed and numbered 7 of an edition of 8, 1993. Height 30 inches, 47 1/4 inches square. C $800-1,200 See Illustration

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343 Two Louis Cane Green Patinated-Bronze Tree Form Lamps 1990s Each base signed Cane 3/8 16 1 95 or Cane 2/12A 14/3/90. Height overall 28 1/2 inches and 28 1/4 inches, height of bases 27 1/4 inches and 25 1/4 inches, diameter of shades 21 3/4 inches and 20 3/4 inches. C $700-1,000 See Illustration

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345 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze and Glass Table Signed and numbered 3 of an edition of 8. Height 30 1/4 inches, width 51 inches, depth 34 1/2 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration

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346 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze Mounted Oak Desk Of rectangular form, with center drawer flanked by slides and drawers, signed and numbered E.A. 1 of an edition of 4. Height 30 inches, width 69, depth 34 3/4 inches. C $1,000-2,000


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347 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze Figure Venus Signed Cane. Height of figure 51 1/2 inches, height overall 6 feet 1/2 inch. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration 348 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze and Glass Low Table Signed and numbered 1 of an edition of 8. Height 15 1/2 inches, width 49 3/4 inches, depth 32 3/4 inches. C $800-1,200 349 Set of Three Louis Cane Upholstered Oak and Bronze Fauteuil Caillebotis Height 30 inches, width 30 3/4 inches, depth 29 inches. C $1,000-1,500 350 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze Inlaid Ebony Bureau à Abattant 1990s Height 29 inches, width 49 3/4 inches, depth 25 5/8 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration 351 Louis Cane Upholstered Dark Stained Oak and Bronze Sofa Height 29 inches, width 7 feet 10 inches, depth 29 3/4 inches. C $800-1,200 347 VIEW THE FULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND BID ONLINE AT DOYLE.COM 115


353 Louis Cane Upholstered Oak and Bronze Sofa Height 30 inches, width 63 inches, depth 29 1/2 inches. C $600-800 354 Two Louis Cane Patinated Bronze Lamps One with a square tree trunk-form base and an openwork umbrella form shade, the base inscribed Cane 3/12A. Height 20 3/4 inches, width of shade 20 inches; the other with a ribbed square standard continuing to a stepped square foot, inscribed Cane 2/8 1993 CISELURE D’ART VERNOU-LA-CELLE ILE DE FRANCE. Height 13 3/4 inches. C $500-700

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355 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze and Glass Low Table Signed and numbered 1 of an edition of 8, 1994. Height 19 3/4 inches, 32 1/4 inches square. C $600-800

352 Louis Cane Patinated-Bronze and Glass Table à Jeux Classique Signed and numbered 7 from an edition of 8. Height 29 1/2 inches, 39 1/4 inches square. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration

356 Ron Seff Raffia Wood Marquetry Dining Table 1980s Height 29 inches, width 8 feet, depth 48 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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357 357 Pierluigi Molinari Leather Walnut Veneered Loop Bookcase For Pace Collection Height 7 feet 1 inch, width 85 inches, depth 12 3/4 inches. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration 358 Pierluigi Molinari Leather Clad Credenza For Pace Collection Rectangular with three doors and four drawers. Height 31 3/4 inches, width 7 feet 10 inches, depth 17 1/2 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

359 Brass Inlaid Iron and Glass Dining Table Height 29 1/2 inches, width 60 inches, depth 37 1/2 inches. Provenance: Bunny Williams Inc. C $800-1,200

361 Lacquered Wood Hanging Wall Shelf Special order from Pace Collection Height 5 inches, width 48 inches, depth 16 3/4 inches. C $800-1,200

360 Leon Rosen Glass and Chromed Metal Desk For Pace Collection The C-curved top raised on straight panel legs. Height 29 inches, width 65 1/2 inches, depth 31 inches. C $600-800

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362 Gaetano Pesce Resin Nobody’s Perfect Chair 2002 Height 35 inches, width 16 inches, depth 16 1/2 inches. C $700-1,000 See Illustration 363 Howard Meister Painted Sheet Metal Low Table Signed Howard Meister, dated 1984 and titled RED FREE. Height 22 1/8 inches, width 43 inches, depth 23 inches. Provenance: Future Perfect Howard Meister (b. 1953) is an American designer and artist who led a movement in the 1980s and 1990s to revive artist designed furniture. His Red Free table seamlessly combines function with a pop art flair. C Estate of Howard Kaminsky $800-1,200 See Illustration

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364 Pair of Piet Hein Eek Painted and Lacquered Plywood Scrapwood Tables Designed 2005 Height 30 3/4 inches, width 7 feet 2 1/2 inches, depth 39 1/4 inches. A larger table of this model sold Christie’s, London, November 17, 2015, lot 322. C $2,500-3,500 365 Piet Hein Eek Painted and Lacquered Plywood Scrapwood Canteen Table Designed 2005 Height 30 3/4 inches, width 10 feet 5 1/2 inches, depth 39 1/4 inches. A similar example sold Christie’s, London, November 17, 2015, lot 322. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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366 Paul Belvoir Cerused Oak, Pierced Gilt-Metal and Marble Top Cabinet Height 34 1/2 inches, width 42 1/4 inches, depth 17 1/2 inches. C $1,000-1,500 367 Paul Belvoir and Reino Unido Iron and Gilt-Metal Tree-Form Desk Lamp Unmarked. Height of base 12 1/4 inches. C $800-1,200 368 Lalique Molded Glass Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstasy Car Mascot Serial no. RR122, 1994 In frosted and colorless glass, with acid-etched Rolls Royce company logo, serial number and inscribed Lalique France with the “R” registry symbol on the underside. Height 7 1/2 inches.

370 Jaime Hayon Upholstered Favn Sofa For Republic of Fritz Hansen, designed 2014 Height 34 inches, width 7 feet 9 inches, depth 34 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 371 Pierre Chapo Sfax T 21 Elm Dining Table The circular top on diagonal supports. Height 29 inches, diameter 53 1/2 inches.Together with a Set of Six Alain Berteau Leather Upholstered Oak Play Chairs. cf: Maison Chapo Catalogue, pp. 6, 7, 8, and 9. C $2,000-3,000 368

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In 1994 Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited commissioned Lalique to produce a 200-piece limited edition design to commemorate the luxury motor company’s 90th anniversary. • $2,000-3,000 See Illustration 369 Ash Glissade Desk Meta/Mallet, designed 2008 Height 32 inches, width 57 1/4 inches, depth 24 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration

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ARTIST INDEX Adnet, Jacques Agam, Yaacov Aguilar, Hector Apfelbaum, Polly Appel, Karel Arakawa, Shusaku D'Arcangelo, Allan Auböck, Carl Aulenti, Gae

190, 230, 237 1-6 263 7 8 153 9 242 340

Bacon, Mary 158, 159 Barber, Edward & Jay Osgerby 284 Barbi, Tomasso 217 Barovier, Ercole 298, 299 Van Bart, Hannah 10 Baskin, Leonard 11, 12 Batista, Helder 13 Baudisch, Gudrun 203 Baughman, Milo 327 Bellini, Mario 338 Belvoir, Paul 366, 367 Benton, Fletcher 14 Bergue, Marcel 165 Berlant, Tony 15 Beyer, Paul 193 Bierhals, Otto 16 Boghosian, Varujan 17 Bosse, Walter 206 Brazdys, Antanas 18 Breuer, Marcel 326 Browne, Byron 19 Bugatti, Carlo 157 Cane, Louis

343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355 Capron, Roger 213 Cardenas, Carlos Rodriguez 20, 21 Caro, Anthony 22 Carone, Nicolas 23 Carter, Clarence Holbrook 24 Castellon, Federico 25-27 Caulfield, Patrick 150 Chapo, Pierre 371 Chareau, Pierre 228 Chiesa, Pietro 300 Christo and Jeanne-Claude 151

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Coburn, John Colflesh, Donald Congdon, William Corbett, Edward Courtright, Robert Cristal Art

28-32, 154 281 33 34 35 339

Daugherty, James Henry Dehner, Dorothy Delaunay, Robert, After Després, Jean

36-40 41-42 143 258, 259, 260, 261 170

Desvaillières, Richard Diederich, William Hunt 173, 174, 175, 176, 177 Dunand, Jean 253

Hagin, Nancy Hagiwara, Hideo Hambleton, Richard Hansen, Hans Hayon, Jaime Henningsen, Poul Herbst, René

55 148 56 286 370 328 211, 214, 215, 236 Heymann-Marks, Margarete 216 H. Meyen & Co. 248 Hilaire, Camille 57, 58 Hoffmann, Josef 178, 243, 244, 245, 265 Huberti, Antonio 59 Hughes, Patrick 155 Iribe, Paul

Edlich, Stephen Eek, Piet Hein Ernst, Jimmy Esherick, Wharton Estes, Richard Etrog, Sorel

43-45 364, 365 46 319 47 48

Focaccia & Melandri Folmer, Georges Fontana Arte Fornasetti, Piero Frank, Jean-Michel

205 49 300 331, 334 183, 194, 195, 232, 309 Frankenthaler, Helen 321 Frankl, Paul 184, 185 Gehry, Frank Giacometti, Alberto Giacometti, Diego Gianakos, Steve Golub, Leon Greene, Gertrude Grillo, John

50, 266 309, 312 310, 311, 313, 314 51 52 53 54

255

Jacobsen, Arne 295, 296 Jans, Candace 60 Jensen, Georg 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280 Jimenez, Luis 61 Jonson, Raymond 62 Jouve, Georges 209 Juhl, Finn 290 Knoll König Scavini, Helen de Kooning, Willem Kopriva, Erna Kulicke, Robert Kusama, Yayoi

303 218 63 208 64 65


Läuger, Max

196, 197,198, 199, 200, 201 Lalaounis 262 Lalique 368 Laurensou, Laurent 169 Laverne, Philip and Kelvin 330 Lederer, Hugo 172 Lee Hang-Sung 66 Lenoble, Émile 188, 189 Levee, John Harrison 67 Liberman, Alexander 68 Likarz, Maria 234 Lopez, Francisco Bores 69 Loughlin, Robert 70, 71 Loving, Al 72 Lucero, Michael 73-75 Maison Desny

224, 225, 231, 241, 252, 256, 257 Margo, Boris 76, 77 Maron, Jeffrey 78 Meta/Mallet 285, 369 Meister, Howard 363 McNeil, George 79 Meggiato, Gianfranco 80 Mercer, Norman 81-85 Mihich, Vasa Velizar 86 Molinari, Pierluigi 357, 358 Motonaga, Sadamasa 87 Moulthrop, Ed 315, 316, 317, 318 Müller-Munk, Peter 238 Nakashima, George Natkin, Robert Nelson, George Nielsen, Harald Noguchi, Isamu

308 88-90 291 278 91

Ohlson, Douglas Olbrich, Josef Maria Oliveira, Nathan Otterness, Tom

92, 93 246 94 95

Pace Collection

357, 358, 360, 361 Pascaud, Jean 186 Pearson, Ronald Hayes 283 Peche, Dagobert 179 Pesce, Gaetano 362 Pereira, Irene Rice 96 Pevsner, Antoine 97-100 Pianon, Alessandro 297 Picasso, Pablo 142 Picasso, Pablo, After 146 Polsterer, Hilde 227 Ponti, Gio 300 Powell, Phillip Lloyd 293 Printz, Eugene 182 Prip, John 282 Puiforcat, Jean E. 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271 Quistgaard, Jens

190

Radulescu, Magdalena 101-104 Ramsden, Omar 249 Reed, David 105 Rega, Romeo 322 Riss, Egon 304 Rivers, Larry 106, 107 Rizzo, Willy 320 Roche, Serge 164, 233, 235 Rohde, Johan 273, 279, 280 Ronnebeck, Arnold 108 Rosen, Leon 360 Rosenblum, Jay 109 Ross, Stewart 305 Roth, Jack 110 Ruhlmann, Emile-Jacques 187 Ruscha, Ed 111 Ryan, Anne 112

Sander, Ludwig 113 Sandoz, Edouard Marcel 163 Schaab, Janos 114 Schamberg, Morton Livingston 115 Scheid, George Adam 247 Schurr, Claude 116, 117 Seff, Ron 356 Sempere, Eusebio 118, 119 Shaw, Charles Green 120 Sheinkman, Mark 121 Shinagawa, Takumi, 149 Singer-Schinnerl, Susi 202, 210 Small, Neal 324 Spectre, Jay 323 Süe, Louis and André Mare 250, 251 Spyropoulos, Yannis 122 Storrs, John 123 Takaezu, Toshiko 333 Takis 124 Terry, Robert 125 Tichenor, Bridget Bate 126, 127 Tiffany Studios 160, 161, 162 Tinguely, Jean 128 Tworkov, Jack 129, 130 Ufan, Lee

152

Vacchetti, Sandro Van der Rohe, Mies Vargas, Alberto Vasarely, Victor Vautrin, Line Vincente, Estaban Vostell, Wolf

219 303 131 145 301 144 132

Walkowitz, Abraham 133 Warhol, Andy 147 Wegner, Hans 287, 288, 289, 302, 306, 307 Von Wiegand, Charmion 134 Wieselthier, Vally 207 Williams, Neil 135 Wilson, Jane 136 Wilson, Robert 335, 336, 337 Wormley, Edward 292, 332, 342 Xenakis, Constantin Zack, Leon Zimmerman, Jeff

137 138-141 329

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GLOSSARY The following examples define some of the terms used in this catalogue. The reader is reminded that all of the terms and descriptions used in this catalogue as to authorship, period, culture, source or origin for any property are made and used as qualified statements and opinions only, and are subject to the Conditions of Sale and the Terms of Guarantee. In connection with the attribution of authorship, as described in paragraph 2 of the Terms of Guarantee, the following terms are used in this catalogue, and are defined as follows:

FURNITURE AND DECORATIONS REGENCY ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE First quarter of the 19th century. This heading with the date included means that the piece is, in our best judgment, of the period indicated with no major alterations or restorations. REGENCY ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE This heading without inclusion of a date indicates that in our best judgment, the piece, while basically of the period, has been substantially altered or restored and in some cases it may also indicate that the piece has been constructed from old parts. REGENCY STYLE SOFA TABLE The inclusion of the word “style” in the heading indicates that, in our opinion, the piece is an intentional copy or reproduction of an earlier work or style of works.

PAINTINGS NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment the work is by the named artist. This is our highest category of authenticity in the present catalogue. ATTRIBUTED TO NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment, while the work is of the period of the named artist, and on the basis of style can be ascribed to him, we cannot state with certainty that it is by him. SCHOOL OF NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment, the work is of the period of the named artist, by a pupil or close follower of the artist, but is not by the artist.

SIGNED NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment, the signature, monogram, initials or other similar indicia of authorship is a recognized signature of the artist and appears in one of the six areas of the painting designated as follows: (u.l.) Upper left (l.l.) Lower left (u.r.) Upper right (l.r.) Lower right (u.c.) Upper center (l.c.) Lower center BEARS SIGNATURE, NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment, the signature, monogram, initials or other similar indicia of authorship is not that of the artist and may have been added at a later date. DATED In our best judgment, the date indicated on the work is the date the work was executed. DATED (FOR BRONZES) In our best judgment, the date indicated when the original model was executed. Since the exact date of the casting of a bronze sculpture is often unknown and illustrations in reference books may not specify which particular cast is discussed or illustrated, it should be pointed out that dates of execution and entries listed under Literature in the individual catalogue entries do not necessarily refer to the castings included in the sale.

PRINTS

EDITION Information regarding the size of the edition is given when possible. SIGNATURE Only manuscript signatures of the artists are indicated. Signatures “in the plate” are not mentioned since they are considered part of the image. QUALITY AND CONDITION An attempt has been made to give relevant information concerning the quality of the impression, the size of the margins and the condition of the prints when possible. These descriptions are qualified statements or opinions only, and are made subject to the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee. The print sleeves are the property of Doyle New York and are not included in the sale. MEASUREMENTS As with any description in this catalogue, measurements are qualified statements or opinions and are subject to the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee. Doyle New York shall not be liable for any mistakes in measurements. Measurements have been made to the best of our ability, and are given in inches to the nearest 1/4 inch and millimeters, height before width. Unless otherwise indicated, etchings and engravings are measured by the dimensions of the plate marks.Woodcuts, lithographs and silkscreens are measured by the dimensions of the images. All pictures are framed unless otherwise noted in this catalogue.

NAME OF THE ARTIST Subject to the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee set forth in this catalogue, and except where stated as being “after” or “attributed to” an artist, each lot is by the artist appearing at the head of the lot, except in the case of lots containing works by more than one artist. TITLE If there is a generally accepted title for the print, that title is given in upper case at the beginning of the lot description. If the work has no title or the title is unknown to us, a descriptive title is given in brackets. REFERENCES Information from the standard catalogues of the artists’ works is cited when possible following the title.

CIRCLE OF NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment, the work is of the period of the named artist and closely related to his style.

MEDIUM The mediums are described as fully as possible, although secondary techniques may not be listed.

MANNER OF NICOLAES MAES OR AFTER NICOLAES MAES OR FOLLOWER OF NICOLAES MAES In our best judgment, although the work is in the style of or a copy of a work by the named artist, it is of a later period.

DATE The date given is that of the original plate, block, stone or screen. It is not necessarily the date at which the impression offered for sale was printed.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. BINDING TERMS The lots listed in this catalogue will be offered by Doyle New York as owner or as agent for consignor subject to the following terms and conditions. Where Doyle is agent, the contract is between seller and buyer. The following Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee constitute the entire agreement with the purchaser relative to the property listed in this catalogue. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound by these terms:

2. AS IS All lots are sold “AS IS” and without recourse and neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any warranties or representations, express or implied, with respect to such lots, except for the limited warranties expressly stated in the Terms of Guarantee section of this catalogue. Prospective buyers are strongly advised to examine personally any property in which they are interested, before the auction takes place, to determine its condition, size, and whether or not it has been repaired or restored. Except as otherwise expressly and specifically provided in the Terms of Guarantee, neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any express or implied warranty or representation of any kind or nature with respect to merchantability, fitness for purpose, correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, material, genuineness, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, exhibitions, literature or historical significance of any lot sold. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging; nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of others. References in the catalogue entry or the condition report to damage or restoration are for guidance only and should be evaluated by personal inspection by the bidder or a knowledgeable representative. The Terms of Guarantee are controlling, and no statement, whether written or oral, and whether made in this catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, the remarks of an auctioneer, or otherwise, shall be deemed to create any warranty, representation or assumption of liability. All statements by Doyle New York in the catalogue entry for the property or in the condition report, or made orally or in writing elsewhere, are statements of opinion and are not to be relied on as statements of fact. Except as stated in the Terms of Guarantee, neither Doyle New York nor the seller is responsible in any way for errors or omissions in the catalogue or any supplemental material. Buyers are responsible for satisfying themselves concerning the condition of the property and the matters referred to in the catalogue entry. Doyle New York and its consignor make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Doyle New York expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in this catalogue.

The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Doyle New York relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalogue, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of Doyle New York and shall not be used by the buyer, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent.

3. WITHDRAWAL Doyle New York reserves the right to withdraw any lot at any time prior to the commencement of bidding for such lot and shall have no liability whatsoever for such withdrawal.

4. RESERVES If the auctioneer decides that any opening bid is below the value of the lot offered, the auctioneer may reject that bid and withdraw the lot from sale; and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, he may reject that advance. Unless otherwise indicated, all lots are offered subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. No reserve will exceed the low estimate of the lot. Reserves are agreed upon with the consignor or, in the absence thereof, in the absolute discretion of Doyle New York. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the catalogue. Lots marked C preceding the estimate are consigned and reserved. Those marked • are reserved property in which Doyle New York has an interest. Doyle New York on occasion makes loans or advances funds to consignors. The auctioneer may implement the reserve by opening bidding on any lot by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer will not specifically identify bids placed on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may further bid on behalf of the seller, up to the amount of the reserve, by placing successive or consecutive bids for a lot or by placing bids in response to other bidders. Unless otherwise noted in the catalogue or by an announcement at the auction, Doyle New York acts as agent on behalf of the seller and does not permit the seller to bid on his or her own property.

5. ESTIMATES Each lot in the catalogue is given a low and high estimate representing that range which, in the opinion of Doyle New York, represents a fair and probable auction value. When possible, the estimate is based on previous auction records of comparable property, condition, rarity, quality and provenances. The estimates are often determined several months before a sale and are therefore subject to change upon further research of the property, or to reflect market conditions or currency fluctuations. Estimates are subject to revision. Actual prices realized for items can fall below or above this range. An estimate of the selling price should not be relied on as a statement that this is the price at which the item will sell or its value for any other purpose. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium. Where “Estimate on Request” appears, please contact the Specialist Department for further information.

6. BIDDING Doyle New York reserves the right, at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any auction and to reject any bid, as well as the right to refuse to acknowledge any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. The auctioneer has the right at his absolute and sole discretion to advance the bidding in such a manner as he may decide, to withdraw or divide any lot, and to combine any two or more lots. In the event of error or dispute between bidders, or in the event of doubt on our part as to the validity of any bid, whether during or after the sale, the auctioneer has final discretion to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding, to cancel the sale, or to reoffer and resell the lot in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Doyle New York sale record shall be conclusive.

7. PURCHASER’S RESPONSIBILITY Title passes upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer to the highest acknowledged bidder, subject to the conditions of sale set forth herein. Such bidder there upon assumes full risk and responsibility there for (including, without limitation, liability for or damage to frames and glass covering prints, paintings or other works). Although in our discretion we will execute orders or absentee bids or accept telephone bids as a convenience to clients who are not present at auctions, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions in connection therewith. When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the purchase price as follows, unless it has been explicitly agreed in writing with Doyle New York before the commencement of the sale that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Doyle New York, and that Doyle New York will look only to the principal for payment: The total purchase price to be paid by purchaser is the amount of the successful bid price plus a premium of 25% on the first $300,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 20% on the portion of the hammer price from $300,001 through $3,000,000, and 12.5% on that portion of the hammer price exceeding $3,000,000. Payment of each lot shall be made as follows: A cash deposit of not less than 25% of the purchase price (unless the whole purchase price is required at the sole discretion of Doyle New York) will be paid on the day of the auction. Deposits shall apply to all purchases made at this sale and not to any one particular lot.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE CONTINUED Prior to the sale, the buyer must provide us with his or her name and permanent address and, if so requested, details of the bank from which payment will be made. The balance of the purchase price, if any, will be paid not later than 5 pm one (1) day following the day of the auction. Such payment shall be made in U.S. dollars by certified or cashier check drawn on a U.S. bank unless other arrangements are made with Doyle New York. The buyer will not acquire title to the lot until we have received all amounts due to us from the buyer in good cleared funds even in circumstances where we have released the lot to the buyer. Doyle New York reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Doyle New York a handling charge of $35 for any check dishonored by the drawee. At some auctions there may be a video or digital screen. Errors may occur in its operation and in the quality of the image, and Doyle New York does not accept liability for such errors. Any objects offered at this auction which contain materials from a species that is endangered or protected, including, but not limited to, ivory, coral and tortoiseshell, may require a license or certificate prior to exportation from the United States or an individual state and additional certificates or licenses for importation into another state or country. Some materials may not be exported, imported into other states or countries or resold. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to be aware of applicable laws and regulations and to obtain any required export or import licenses or certificates and any other required documentation. Further, the purchaser shall be responsible for on-time payment of the full purchase price of the lot, even if the obtaining of any such license is denied or delayed. Doyle assumes no liability for failing to identify materials from endangered or protected species or for incorrectly identifying such materials.

8. REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO DOYLE NEW YORK In addition to the other remedies available to us by law, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of 1 1/2% per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. All property must be removed from our premises by the purchaser at their expense not later than (2) business days following its sale and, if it is not removed, Doyle New York reserves the right to charge a minimum storage fee of $5 per lot per day or to deliver the property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser’s expense, to be released only after payment in full of all removal, storage, handling, insurance and any other costs incurred, together with payment of all other amounts due to us. Doyle New York shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than (2) days following the sale.

If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with by the purchaser, in addition to other remedies available to us and the consignor by law, including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, including all fees, charges and expenses more fully set forth herein, we shall be entitled in our absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: a) To charge interest at such rate as we shall reasonably select; b) To hold the defaulting buyer liable for the total amount due and to commence legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law; c) Cancel the sale of that, or any other lot or lots sold to the defaulting purchaser at the same or any other auction, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser; d) Resell the property whether at private sale or public auction without reserve, and the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, cost, including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages; e) To set off the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by the buyer against any amounts which we may owe the buyer in any other transactions; f) Where several amounts are owed by the buyer to us, in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction, whether or not the buyer so directs; g) To reject at any future auction any bids made by or on behalf of the buyer or to require a deposit from the buyer before accepting any bids;

9. LIMITED LIABILITY If for any cause a purchased lot cannot be delivered in as good condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen or mis-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Doyle New York shall not be liable for any amount in excess of that paid by the purchaser. We are not responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers of purchased lots, whether or not recommended by us. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser and Doyle New York will have no liability for any loss or damage to such items.

10. DOYLE NEW YORK EMPLOYEES Employees of Doyle New York are not prohibited from bidding on property. In the course of their employment it is possible that they may have access to information not available to the public.

11. WAIVER OF CONDITIONS Any and all of these conditions may be waived or modified in the sole discretion of Doyle New York. The Conditions of Sale, Terms of Guarantee, the glossary, if any, and all other contents of this catalogue are subject to amendment by us by oral announcements made during the sale. Salesroom notices amend the catalogue description of a lot after our catalogue has gone to press. They are posted in the viewing galleries and salesroom or are announced by the auctioneer. Please take note of them.

12. All measurements and weight are approximate. Doyle New York is not responsible for damage of glass covering paintings, drawings, other works or frames and lamp shades regardless of cause. 13. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found

h) To take such other actions as we deem necessary or appropriate; or

by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the balance of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.

i) To effect any combination thereof.

14. The rights and obligations of the parties with

In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted and assigned to us a continuing security interest of first priority in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser’s obligations to us, any property or money of or owing to such purchaser in our possession. We shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the New York Uniform Commercial Code with respect to such property and we may apply against such obligations all monies held or received by us for the account of, or due from us, to such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, we have confirmed their authenticity. In the event the purchaser fails to pay any or all of the total purchaser price for any lot and Doyle New York nonetheless elects to pay the consignor any portion of the sale proceeds, the purchaser acknowledges that Doyle New York shall have all of the rights of the consignor to pursue the purchaser for any amounts paid to the consignor, whether at law, in equity, or under these Conditions of Sale.

respect to these Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee, as well as the purchaser’s and our respective rights and obligations hereunder, the conduct of the auction and any matters connected with any of the foregoing, shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the State of New York. By bidding at auction, whether present in person or by agent, by written bid, telephone or other means, the buyer shall be deemed to have submitted, for the benefit of Doyle New York, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal or state courts located in the state and county of New York and waives any objection to the jurisdiction and venue of any such court.

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TERMS OF GUARANTEE Doyle New York warrants the authenticity of authorship of each lot contained in this catalogue solely and expressly subject to the terms and conditions set forth below.

1. DEFINITION OF AUTHORSHIP “Authorship” is defined as the artist, artisan, workshop, designer, school, period, culture, or source of origin, as applicable and indicated in the description of the lot. The warranted information appears in bold print immediately following the individual lot number; no other language in the catalogue is warranted, including any supplemental material which appears below the bold print headings. Doyle New York is not responsible for any errors or omissions in any material, which appears below the bold print headings. The description of authorship in this catalogue may be amended by a supplement to the catalogue, or by notices or announcements at the time and place of the auction sale. This catalogue may contain one or more glossaries explaining the terminology used in the catalogue. All terminology used in this catalogue, including the contents of the glossaries, are merely qualified statements or opinions and are not intended or made as warranted statements or representations under these Terms of Guarantee. Doyle New York makes no warranties whatsoever, express or implied, with respect to any material in the catalogue, except as set forth in bold print headings following individual lot numbers in this catalogue and subject to the exclusions set forth below.

2. COVERAGE UNDER THE GUARANTEE Subject to the exclusions set forth below in paragraphs 5 and 6, Doyle New York warrants the authorship (as that term is defined above) of each lot in this catalogue for a period of five years from the date of the sale of the lot. The guarantee is made only to the original purchaser of record at the auction, and only the registered bidder for the lot at the auction will be considered as the original purchaser. The buyer must give written notice of claim within five years from the date of the auction. Doyle New York may require, at its option, to have the purchaser obtain at the purchaser’s expense the opinion of two recognized experts (approved by Doyle New York) in the field relating to the item in question, before Doyle New York determines whether to rescind a sale under the above warranty. Upon request, Doyle New York will provide the purchaser with the names of acceptable experts.

3. NON-ASSIGNABILITY The benefits of this warranty are not assignable and shall be applicable only to the original purchaser of record (i.e., the registered bidder) and not to any subsequent owners (including, without limitation, donees, heirs, successors, beneficiaries or assigns) who have, or may acquire, an interest in any purchased property. The original buyer must have remained the owner of the lot without disposing of any interest in it to any third party.

4. SOLE REMEDY The purchaser agrees that in the case of a breach of warranty under these Terms of Guarantee, he shall have no remedy other than rescission of the sale and the refund of the original purchase price paid. The original purchase price paid is defined as the amount of the successful bid price, plus the buyer’s premium. No rescission and refund will be made unless the item is returned to Doyle New York at 175 East 87th Street, New York, NY 10128, in the same condition as at the time of sale. The remedy of rescission and refund is exclusive and the purchaser waives any other remedy which may be otherwise available in law or equity. Doyle New York shall not be liable for any special, consequential or incidental damages incurred or claimed including, without limitation, loss of profits or for interest.

5. EXCLUSIONS This warranty does not apply to: i. authorship of any paintings, drawings or sculpture created prior to 1870, unless the lot is determined to be a counterfeit which has a value at the date of the claim for rescission which is materially less than the purchase price paid for the lot; or ii. any catalogue description where it was specifically mentioned that there is a conflict of specialist opinion on the authorship of a lot; or iii. authorship which on the date of sale was in accordance with the then generally accepted opinion of scholars and specialists, despite the subsequent discovery of new information, whether historical or physical, concerning the artist or craftsman, his students, school, workshop or followers; or iv. the identification of periods or dates of execution which may be proven inaccurate by means of scientific processes not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue, or which were unreasonably expensive or impractical to use at the time of publication of the catalogue. The term counterfeit is defined as a modern fake or forgery, made less than fifty years ago, and made with the intent to deceive. The authenticity of signatures, monograms, initials or other similar indications of authorship is expressly excluded as a controlling factor in determining whether a work is a counterfeit under the meaning of this Terms of Warranty.

6. LIMITED WARRANTY As stated in paragraph 2 of the Conditions of Sale, neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any express or implied representations or warranties whatsoever concerning any property in the catalogue, including without limitation, any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, except as specifically and expressly provided in these Terms of Guarantee.

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INFORMATION ON SALES AND USE TAX RELATED TO PURCHASES AT AUCTION To better assist our clients, we have prepared the following information on Sales and Use Tax related to property purchased at auction.

WHY DOYLE NEW YORK COLLECTS SALES TAX Virtually all State Sales Tax Laws require a corporation to register with the State’s Tax Authorities and collect and remit sales tax if the corporation maintains a presence within the state, such as offices. In the states that impose sales tax, Tax Laws require an auction house, with a presence in the state, to register as a sales tax collector, and remit sales taxcollected to the state. New York sales tax is charged on the hammer price, buyer’s premium and any other applicable charges on any property picked up or delivered in New York, regardless of the state or country in which the purchaser resides or does business.

WHERE DOYLE NEW YORK COLLECTS SALES TAX Doyle New York is currently registered to collect sales tax in the following states: New York and the District of Columbia. For any property collected or received by the purchaser in New York City, such property is subject to sales tax at the existing New York State and City rate of 8.875%.

WHERE DOYLE NEW YORK IS NOT REQUIRED TO COLLECT SALES TAX Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax on property delivered to states other than those listed above. If the property is delivered to a state where Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to self-assess any sales or use tax and remit it to taxing authorities in that state. Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax for property delivered to the purchaser outside of the United States.

RESTORATION AND OTHER SERVICES Regardless of where the property is subsequently transported, if any framing or restoration services are performed in New York, it is considered to be a delivery of the property to the purchaser in New York, and Doyle New York will be required to collect the 8.875% New York sales tax.

CERTAIN EXEMPTIONS Most states that impose sales taxes allow for specified exemptions to the tax. For example, a registered re-seller such as a registered art dealer may purchase without incurring a tax liability, and Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax from such re-seller. The art dealer, when re-selling the property, may be required to charge sales tax to its client, or the client may be required to self-assess sales or use tax upon acquiring the property. If a not-for-profit or charitable organization is selling property through Doyle New York, it may be sold as a tax exempted purchase. The not-for-profit seller must be registered with the New York Department of Taxation and Finance as an exempt organization and the property must be picked up or delivered in New York. However, a compensating use tax is due from the buyer if any such lot is shipped to any of the states where Doyle New York maintains offices. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain and pay all taxes due. Buyers claiming exemption from sales tax must have the appropriate documentation on file with Doyle New York prior to the release of the property.

LOCAL TAX ADVISORS As sales tax laws vary from state to state, Doyle New York recommends that clients with questions regarding the application of sales or use taxes to property purchased at auction seek tax advice form their local tax advisors.

If the property is delivered into any of the states in which Doyle New York is registered, Doyle New York is required by law to collect and remit the appropriate sales tax in effect in the state where the property is delivered. Property collected from Doyle New York premises by common carriers on behalf of the purchaser for delivery to the purchaser at his address outside of New York is not subject to New York Sales Tax. If it is delivered by the common carrier to any of the states where Doyle New York is required to collect sales tax, applicable tax will be added to the purchase price.

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BUYING AT DOYLE Since 1963, Doyle New York has built a worldwide reputation for expertise, integrity and service. In our New York salesrooms, we hold approximately forty auctions annually featuring fine art, jewelry, furniture, decorative arts, books, prints, couture and a variety of other categories. Our global audience of buyers and sellers know the quality of our sales and appreciate our standard of service. If you are new to the auction process, please take a moment to review the following information. The following will help in understanding the auction buying process. All bidders should read the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee in this catalogue, as well as the Glossary or any other notices. By bidding at auction, bidders are bound by the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee, as amended by oral announcements or posted notices, which together form the sale contract between the successful bidder (purchaser), Doyle New York and the seller (consignor) of the lot.

BEFORE YOU BID Doyle New York produces both printed and Internet auction catalogues that contain descriptions of the property being offered and the presale estimates and are available prior to the sale date. Our free Internet catalogues, available at Doyle.com, also provide illustrations, direct communication with our specialists, and the ability to leave online absentee bids and track lots. The catalogues will help familiarize you with property being offered at the designated auction. In addition, Doyle.com offers a free Internet Personal Shopper that allows collectors to enter keywords of objects they are seeking. As each Internet auction catalogue is posted online, the collector is notified by email of any matches. A prospective buyer must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before bidding. We may require the production of bank or other financial references. PROVENANCE In certain circumstances, Doyle New York may print in the catalogue the history of ownership of a work of art if such information contributes to scholarship or is otherwise well known and assists in distinguishing the work of art. However, the identity of the seller or previous owners may not be disclosed for a variety of reasons. For example, such information may be excluded to accommodate a seller’s request for confidentiality or because the identity of prior owners is unknown given the age of the work of art. SPECIALIST’S ADVICE Prospective bidders may be interested in specific information not included in the catalogue description of a lot. For additional information please contact either a Doyle New York specialist or Doyle New York’s Client Services Department. You may also request a condition report from the specialist in charge.

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BIDDING AT AUCTION Auctions are open to the public without any admission fee or obligation to bid. Pre-auction viewings are open to the public free of charge. Doyle New York’s specialists are available to give advice and condition reports at viewings or by appointment. The auctioneer introduces the objects for sale - known as “lots” in numerical order as listed in the catalogue. The auctioneer accepts bids from those present in the salesroom, from telephone bidders, from Internet bidders or by absentee written bids left with Doyle New York in advance of the auction. LIVE BIDDING The most exciting way to participate at auction is the traditional method of bidding live in the salesroom with an auction paddle. Buyers who would like to bid may register for a paddle on the day of the sale upon entering the salesroom at least 30 minutes before the sale. The paddle is numbered so as to identify you to the auctioneer. To register, you will need a form of identification such as a driver’s license or credit card. If you are a first-time bidder, you will also be asked for your address, phone number and signature and a bank reference in order to create your account. To avoid any delay in the release of purchases, please pre-arrange check or credit approval through Doyle New York’s Credit Department at 212-427-4141 ext. 205. If you are bidding for someone else, you will need to provide a letter from that person authorizing you to bid on that person’s behalf. Issuance of a bid paddle is in Doyle New York’s sole discretion. Once the first bid has been placed, the auctioneer asks for higher bids, in increments determined by the auctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you. As a courtesy to bidders, a currency board may be operated. It displays the lot number and current bid in both U.S. dollars and foreign currency. Exchange rates are approximations based on recent exchange rate information and should not be relied upon as a precise invoice amount. Doyle New York assumes no responsibility for any error or omission in foreign or United States currency amounts shown. TELEPHONE BIDDING Clients unable to attend the sale may still participate live by bidding on the telephone with a trained staff member on the auction floor. The Telephone Bid Forms are available on our Web site, in our printed catalogue, and through our Client Services Department. Please contact the Bid Department prior to the sale to make arrangements or to answer any questions you may have. Telephone bids are accepted only at Doyle New York’s discretion and at the caller’s risk. Calls may also be recorded at Doyle New York’s discretion. By bidding on the telephone, prospective buyers consent thereto. Telephone bids cannot be accepted for lot estimated below $1,000. Arrangements must be confirmed with the Bid Department at least 24 hours prior to the auction at 212-427-4141 ext. 242. Arrangements to bid in languages other than English must be made well in advance of the sale date. Doyle New York offers all absentee and telephone bidding services as a convenience to our clients but will not be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids.

ABSENTEE BIDDING For buyers unable to participate live in the salesroom or on the telephone, Doyle offers the option of Absentee Bids. Absentee Bids work exactly as if the bidder were in the salesroom bidding up to a predetermined price limit, except that the price limit is given confidentially to Doyle ahead of time. Absentee Bid Forms are available on our Web site, in our printed catalogues, and through our Client Services Department. Return the completed Absentee Bid Form to Doyle New York either by mail or by fax. When the lot that you are interested in comes up for sale, a Doyle New York representative will execute the bid on your behalf, making every effort to purchase the item for as little as possible and never exceeding your limit. The auctioneer may execute absentee bids directly from the rostrum, identifying these as “absentee bids,” “book bids,” or “order bids.” This service is free and confidential. For detailed instructions and information, please see the Doyle New York Absentee Bid Form at the back of this catalogue or on our Web site. In the event that identical bids are submitted, the earliest will take precedence. INTERNET ABSENTEE BIDS Buyers may also conveniently leave bids on our Web site through our Internet catalogues. These bids are executed at the auction in the same fashion as an Absentee Bid. LIVE ONLINE BIDDING BidLive! with a click of your mouse. Bidders from around the world now can experience the excitement of bidding live at Doyle on their computers. MAC USERS: Please use Firefox browser (download). BidLive!, powered by Invaluable, does not support iPhone or iPad at this time. Doyle New York does not guarantee that live Internet bidding will be uninterrupted or without error, or that Internet bids will be received.


BUYING AT DOYLE CONTINUED SUCCESSFUL BIDS Successful absentee bidders will be notified after the sale. Absentee bidders will receive a list of sale results if they enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope with their Absentee Bid Form. Printed lists of auction prices are available immediately after the sale on our Web site and at our galleries. While invoices are sent out by mail after the auction, we do not accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bids. Buyers are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible after the sale to obtain details of the outcome of their bids to avoid incurring unnecessary storage charges.

AFTER THE AUCTION If your bid is successful, you can go directly to Purchaser Accounting to make payment arrangements. Otherwise, your invoice will be mailed to you. The final price is determined by adding the buyer’s premium to the hammer price on a per-lot basis. Sales tax, where applicable, will be charged on the entire amount. Payment is due in full immediately after the sale. However, under certain circumstances, and generally with the seller’s agreement, Doyle New York may offer buyers it deems creditworthy the option of an extended payment plan. Credit terms should be arranged prior to the sale. Please contact the Credit Department for information on credit arrangements for a particular lot. METHODS OF PAYMENT Accepted forms of payment include bank wire transfers, cash (in US currency up to $5,000), traveler’s check (in US currency up to $5,000), money orders (in US currency up to $5,000), or personal check made payable in US dollars drawn on a US bank, unless other arrangements are made with Purchaser Accounts. It is Doyle New York’s policy to request any new clients or purchasers preferring to make a cash payment to provide: verification of identity (by providing some form of government issued identification containing a photograph, such as a passport, identity card, or driver’s license), confirmation of permanent address and identification of the source of the funds. Invoices greater than $5,000 require payment by certified check, bank check or wire transfer. Credit cards are not accepted for payment of auction purchases.

To pay for a purchase by check, please see our cashier and fill out a Check Acceptance Account form. Until approved, you will not be permitted to remove purchases before the check has cleared. To avoid delivery delays, prospective buyers are encouraged to supply bank or other suitable references before the auction. Check acceptance privileges are reviewed from time to time by Doyle New York and may be granted or withdrawn at our sole discretion. Checks should be made payable to Doyle New York. Note that checks drawn on foreign banks may be accepted with the approval of the Credit Department, may not be accepted for values under $500, and that there is a $100 minimum collection charge on checks drawn on foreign banks located outside the U.S. Certified checks, banker’s drafts and cashier’s checks are accepted at Doyle New York’s discretion provided they are issued by a reputable financial institution governed by anti-money laundering laws. Instruments not meeting these requirements will be treatedas “cash equivalents” and subject to theconstraints noted above. Please direct inquiries regarding wire transfer or ACH credit to Steven L. Kuzio, 212.427.4141 ext. 202, steven.kuzio@doyle.com BUYER’S PREMIUM The invoice will include the successful hammer price of the item and the buyer’s premium. Doyle New York charges a premium to the buyer on the final bid price of each lot sold at the following rates: 25% on the first $300,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 20% on the portion of the hammer price from $300,001 through $3,000,000, and 12.5% on that portion of the hammer price exceeding $3,000,000. Applicable sales tax will also be added to the final total. New York Sales tax is charged on the hammer price, buyer’s premium and any other applicable charges on any property picked up or delivered in New York State, regardless of the state or country in which the purchaser resides or does business. Please refer to “Information on Sales and Use Tax Related to Purchases at Auction” in the back of the catalogue. All sales are final and subject to the Conditions of Sale. PICK-UPS Once your payment has been cleared, property may be released. Unless otherwise agreed by Doyle New York, auction purchases should be paid for and picked up at Doyle New York within 48 hours of the auction. Items left beyond the 48 hours may be subject to a storage fee (see below). Please note that the hours for removal of property are Monday through Friday from 8:15am until 4:45pm, except on auction days during which only purchases made that day may be picked up. As a courtesy to purchasers who come to Doyle New York to pick up property, Doyle New York will assist in the packing of lots, although Doyle New York may, in the case of fragile articles, choose not to pack or otherwise handle a purchase. Doyle New York will not be responsible or liable for damage to glass covering paintings, drawings or other works, or damage to frames, regardless of cause.

STORAGE FEES Pursuant to section 8 of our Conditions of Sale, we request that successful buyers collect their property within two business days following the sale. Should the property (except jewelry, coins, stamps or as announced by the auctioneer) remain on our premises for more than 31 days following a sale it will be transferred to an independent warehouse on the buyer’s behalf at the purchaser’s risk and subject to storage charges at the purchaser’s expense. As transferred property will no longer be in Doyle New York’s custody or care, Doyle New York will not be able to assist you with pick-up or shipping arrangements. To avoid storage charges, please arrange for the removal of your purchases as soon as possible. Please Note: Transfer to a Storage facility of uncollected purchases past the 31-day grace period will constitute delivery of the property to the buyer in New York State. As a result, buyer will be liable to pay New York State Sales Tax if not tax-exempt. The charges are payable to an outside Storage Company and therefore cannot be waived by Doyle New York. We encourage all buyers to collect purchased property within two business days following the sale. In order to collect property from Yorkville Van and Storage, buyers must present a copy of a paid invoice bearing a Yorkville warehouse release stamp. This warehouse release stamp can only be obtained from the cashier at Doyle New York’s main reception desk located at 175 East 87th St in Manhattan. SHIPPING Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. Upon request, our Client Services Department will provide a list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and overseas. Kindly disregard the sales tax if an I.C.C. licensed shipper will ship your purchases anywhere outside the state of New York or the District of Columbia. ENDANGERED SPECIES Certain property sold at auction, for example, items made of or incorporating plant or animal materials such as coral, crocodile, ivory, whalebone, tortoise shell, mother-of-pearl, etc., irrespective of age or value, may require a license or certificate prior to exportation and additional licenses or certificates upon importation to another country. Doyle New York suggests that buyers check on their government wildlife import requirements prior to placing a bid. Although licenses can be obtained to export some types of endangered species, other types may not be exported at all, and other types may not be resold in the United States.

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SELLING AT DOYLE At Doyle New York, we commit our expertise, experience, market knowledge and global outreach to every sale. The numerous auction records set in our salesrooms are testimony to the advantages of selling property at Doyle. To make the auction process as easy and convenient as possible, our team of dedicated professionals will guide you through the entire appraisal and auction procedure. As part of our commitment to providing comprehensive auction services to collectors, institutions and estates, Doyle New York offers several options to those seeking to sell their property: consignment of the objects to auction at Doyle, outright sale of the objects to Doyle, a combination of both, or referrals to other organizations.

OBTAINING AN APPRAISAL The first step in selling property at auction is to obtain a free informal appraisal of the item. The appraisal includes an estimated value, which is the specialist’s best judgement as to what the object will sell for at auction. The figure is based upon the specialist’s expertise and knowledge of what similar items are fetching in the current auction market. There are various ways to obtain appraisals. Information and appointments to view property in your home or in the gallery can be arranged through our Scheduling Department, an appropriate Specialist Department, or a Doyle New York Regional Representative. Once your property has been evaluated, Doyle New York representatives can then help you determine how to proceed with the auction process. They will provide information regarding sellers’ commission rates and other charges, auction timetable, shipping and any other further services you may require. SUBMITTING PHOTOGRAPHS We welcome photographs of property to evaluate for possible auction if the property is not portable, or if you are not able to visit our galleries. If you have a large collection, a representative selection of photographs is acceptable. Please bring in the photographs or email photos of your objects to the Scheduling Department. You may also mail photographs to the Scheduling Department, or call them at 212-427-4141, ext. 260, to discuss your property and perhaps arrange an appointment with a specialist. Please be sure to include the dimensions, artist’s signature or maker’s mark, medium, physical condition, and any other relevant information. Our specialists will provide a free preliminary auction estimate subject to a final estimate upon first hand inspection.

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REGIONAL APPRAISAL DAYS Doyle New York’s Regional Representatives host free appraisal days on a regular basis throughout Connecticut, the metropolitan Washington, DC area, as well as in other areas throughout the United States. These popular events provide ease and convenience for collectors outside of New York who wish to sell their property at Doyle. At these events, we accept property for upcoming auctions in our New York salesrooms through both consignment and outright purchase.

SELLING YOUR PROPERTY CONSIGNING TO AUCTION In consigning property to auction, the seller retains ownership until the successful sale of the item at auction. When property is consigned to Doyle for auction, we devote the expertise of our specialists and professional staff to achieving outstanding prices at auction. THE CONSIGNMENT CONTRACT When you consign property to Doyle New York you will receive two copies of our Consignment Agreement, the legal document delineating the terms of sale. One copy should be initialed, signed and returned; the other kept for your records. Once the property is received in our gallery, you will be sent a Contract Schedule listing the property, the planned sale dates, the estimated price ranges, and the reserves will be listed, along with the agreed upon seller’s commission and other related fees. RESERVE PRICE Before an item is offered at auction, the consignor and Doyle New York may agree on a reserve price, a confidential minimum selling price. Unless a specific reserve is arranged, a discretionary reserve is fixed at fifty percent of the low estimate. If the consignor designates a reserve on a lot, and it remains unsold, there will be a buy-in fee charged on the reserve price. OUTRIGHT SALE TO DOYLE Outright purchase of property by Doyle allows the seller the advantage and convenience of immediate payment. Many sellers prefer this method of sale rather than consigning their property to auction and awaiting payment after the successful sale of the items. For further information please contact our Scheduling Department.

AFTER THE AUCTION RESULTS OF SALE You may track realized prices of your consigned property in real time and view all sales results online at Doyle.com. A preliminary settlement statement itemizing the hammer prices, commissions and fees is mailed to the consignor after the auction. You may also call us at 212-427-2730 for prices realized.

PAYMENT TO CONSIGNORS Payment to consignors is mailed five weeks after the date of the sale, together with a final settlement statement. The amount of payment is the hammer price of each lot successfully sold, less the commission and any other fees.

ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICES For forty years, Doyle New York’s Appraisal and Auction Services Department has worked with museums, corporate collections, banks and law firms, trust and estate professionals, heirs, and private clients across the nation providing our comprehensive appraisal and auction services. Our thorough, well-researched fair market appraisals have earned Doyle a solid reputation for professionalism, integrity and service throughout the United States. Doyle New York offers a full range of expert appraisal services, specializing in providing timely formal appraisals for estate tax and probate purposes. Our expert team of specialists and our professional staff bring years of experience to each appraisal. Full color digital photographs may be included in the appraisal in order to make each object easily identifiable. Depending on the location, we are happy to provide, at no charge, a preliminary walk-through examination to determine approximate costs and special needs. Appraisal fees are based on the scope of the property with travel expenses additional. Doyle New York will prepare a customized proposal tailored to the specific property under consideration for auction, including a commission and fee structure developed to maximize returns to consignors. We may also make an outright purchase offer on individual items or entire estates. As part of our focus on comprehensive estate liquidation, we offer our unique “Broomclean Service” – our own trucks and crew will transport the fine property to Doyle, remove remaining items, and leave the premises “broomclean.”

INFORMATION For more information please call 212-427-4141, ext 260, or email info@Doyle.com. For estate and appraisal services, please contact our Appraisal and Auction Services Department at 212-427-4141, ext. 227.


AUCTION SCHEDULE JUNE

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AUGUST

DOYLE+DESIGN® Auction: Wednesday, JUNE 6 at 10am Exhibition: June 2 – 4

JEWELRY, WATCHES, SILVER & COINS BY ORDER OF THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY Auction: Wednesday, JULY 18 at 10am Exhibition: July 13, 16, 17

JEWELRY & CONTENTS OF ABANDONED SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Auction: Thursday, AUGUST 2 at 10am Exhibition: July 30, 31, August 1

FINE JEWELRY Auction: Wednesday, JUNE 13 at 10am Exhibition: June 9 – 11 PHOTOGRAPHS Auction: Thursday, JUNE 14 at 10am Exhibition: June 9 – 11

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DOYLE AT HOME Auction: Thursday, JULY 19 at 10am Exhibition: July 13, 16, 17

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DOYLE AT HOME Auction: Wednesday, AUGUST 15 at 10am Exhibition: August 9, 10, 13

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DOYLE AT HOME Auction: Wednesday, JUNE 27 at 10am Exhibition: June 23 – 25

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YOU MAY REACH US DIRECTLY BY DIALING 212-427-4141 PLUS THE EXTENSION.

OFFICERS Kathleen M. Doyle, Chairman/CEO ext 215, Kathy.Doyle@Doyle.com Rodney Lang, Senior Executive Vice President ext 243, Rodney.Lang@Doyle.com Joanne Porrino Mournet Executive Vice President ext 227, Joanne.Mournet@Doyle.com Kenneth McKenna Executive Vice President/CFO ext 254, Ken.McKenna@Doyle.com Laura Doyle, Vice Chairman Executive Vice President ext 219, Laura.Doyle@Doyle.com Peter Costanzo Senior Vice President ext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com Reid Dunavant, Senior Vice President 202-342-6100 Reid.Dunavant@Doyle.com

David A. Gallager Senior Vice President ext 271, David.Gallager@Doyle.com

Samira Farmer, Vice President 202-342-6100 Samira.Farmer@Doyle.com

Peter Lang Senior Vice President ext 274, Peter.Lang@Doyle.com

Ashley A. Hill, Vice President ext 231, Ashley.Hill@Doyle.com

Ann Limer Lange Senior Vice President ext 221, Ann.Lange@Doyle.com Elaine Banks Stainton Senior Vice President ext 238, Elaine.Stainton@Doyle.com Nan Summerfield Senior Vice President 310-276-6616 Nan.Summerfield@Doyle.com Gillian M. Ryan Senior Vice President ext 245, Gillian.Ryan@Doyle.com Louis LeB. Webre, Senior Vice President ext 232, Louis.Webre@Doyle.com

FURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS David A. Gallager Executive Director ext 271, David.Gallager@Doyle.com 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ARTS Malcolm Mac Neil, Director ext 218, Malcolm.MacNeil@Doyle.com AMERICAN FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS David A. Gallager, Director ext 271, David.Gallager@Doyle.com ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS Peter Lang, Director ext 274, Peter.Lang@Doyle.com FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS Rodney Lang ext 243, Rodney.Lang@Doyle.com Peter Lang ext 274, Peter.Lang@Doyle.com Malcolm Mac Neil ext 218, Malcolm.MacNeil@Doyle.com Mark J. Moehrke ext 272, Mark.Moehrke@Doyle.com Todd Sell ext 269, Todd.Sell@Doyle.com Leigh Kendrick, Client Relationships Manager ext 243, Leigh.Kendrick@Doyle.com

Cynthia Klein, Vice President ext 246, Cynthia.Klein@Doyle.com Malcolm Mac Neil, Vice President ext 218, Malcolm.MacNeil@Doyle.com

Charlotte A. Taylor, Vice President ext 233, Charlotte.Taylor@Doyle.com Shani Toledano, Vice President ext 236, Shani.Toledano@Doyle.com Janice Youngren, Vice President ext 207, Janice.Youngren@Doyle.com

Angelo Madrigale, Vice President ext 237, Angelo.Madrigale@Doyle.com Mark J. Moehrke, Vice President ext 272, Mark.Moehrke@Doyle.com Harold E. Porcher, Vice President ext 235, Harold.Porcher@Doyle.com Edward Ripley-Duggan, Vice President ext 234 Edward.Ripley-Duggan@Doyle.com Alison Robinson, Vice President ext 229, Alison.Robinson@Doyle.com

RUSSIAN WORKS OF ART Mark J. Moehrke, Director ext 272, Mark.Moehrke@Doyle.com BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS & PHOTOGRAPHS Peter Costanzo, Executive Director ext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com Edward Ripley-Duggan, Director ext 234, Edward.Ripley-Duggan@Doyle.com PAINTINGS & DRAWINGS Angelo Madrigale Director, Contemporary Art ext 237, Angelo.Madrigale@Doyle.com Elaine Banks Stainton Acting Director ext 238, Elaine.Stainton@Doyle.com Harold E. Porcher Director, Modern & Post-War Art ext 235, Harold.Porcher@Doyle.com Shani Toledano Associate Director ext 236, Shani@Doyle.com Anne Cohen DePietro Senior Specialist, American Art ext 281, Anne.DePietro@Doyle.com Hermine Chivian-Cobb Senior Specialist, Fine Art ext 252, Hermine@Doyle.com Bill Fiddler Registrar ext 249, Bill.Fiddler@Doyle.com Milan Tessler Registrar ext 266, Milan.Tessler@Doyle.com

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NEW JERSEY Jill Bowers 212-427-4141, ext. 225, Jill.Bowers@Doyle.com

Samira Farmer 202-342-6100, Samira.Farmer@Doyle.com

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BEIJING Winnie Hu Winnie.Hu@Doyle.com HONG KONG Jasmin Blunck Jasmin.Blunck@Doyle.com

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Charlotte Williams ext 240, Charlotte.Williams@Doyle.com

Anne Taylor ext 200 Anne.Taylor@Doyle.com

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Alexis Gyateng ext 228, Alexis.Gyateng@Doyle.com Hannah Iversen ext 251, Hannah.Iversen@Doyle.com MUSEUM SERVICES Peter Costanzo Books, Photographs & Manuscripts ext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com Angelo Madrigale Paintings & Drawings ext 237, Angelo.Madrigale@Doyle.com David A. Gallager Furniture & Decorative Arts ext 271, David.Gallagher@Doyle.com AUCTIONEERS Rodney Lang Joanne Porrino Mournet Janice Youngren Cynthia Klein Peter Costanzo Ashley Hill RESTORATION SERVICES Charles Mournet, ext 224 HAYLOFT AUCTIONS 929-303-3266 Brian Corcoran, Director 914-575-7263 Brian.Corcoran@Doyle.com & Brian@HayloftAuctions.com Blythe Knapp, Business Manager Blythe.Knapp@Doyle.com & Blythe@HayloftAuctions.com Adam Bitzer Adam@Hayloftauctions.com XI


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