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page 4 Introduction Armand Arman Armand Arman Fernando Botero Jim Dine Annie Leibovitz Sol LeWitt Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein Richard Lindner Marino Marini Joan Miro Joan Miro Pablo Picasso (after) Robert Rauschenberg Robert Rauschenberg Robert Rauschenberg Donald Sultan Donald Sultan Donald Sultan Andy Warhol Andy Warhol Tom Wesselman Palm Desert and Beyond

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25. Tom Wesselman “Fast Sketch Still Life with Abstract Painting” (Page 50)

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1. Armand Arman “Untitled Paintbrushed” (Page 6)

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Please enjoy this collection with works of many world class artists, most of which come from one collection. There are certain artists that have not only defined art history with their lives’ work, but they have also changed our esthetical perception. Even if you are not “into art” you cannot deny the influence that certain artists have had on all of us. Will you ever look at a Campbell’s soup can the same way? Andy Warhol was for American Art History of the 20th century what Picasso was for Europe, but there are many more that have left a substantial mark and have forever formed this most diverse last century of art. Collecting Original Fine Prints is a wonderful way to get your hands on works of world famous artists at the fraction of the cost for original paintings or works on paper. As a gallery we have dealt hundreds if not thousands of secondary market works over the years. While the focus has primarily been on the European Masters like Marc Chagall and Joan Miro, it was befitting that for the celebration of the 40 year anniversary of the gallery a collection fell into our hands that included many iconic American artists. Names such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Jim Dine and Tom Wesselmann make for an extraordinay display and the individual works are all worthy of any Fine Print collection. It was exciting to put this together and to present it to you for your consideration. Thank you for your patronage,

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1. Armand Arman “Untitled Paintbrushed” Polyester Sculpture | 1991 Editon of 20, signed 26” x 12” x 2

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2. Armand Arman “Heart Rainbow” Serigraph | 1984 Edition of 200, signed 29” x 20” | Framed 33” x 24”

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3. Fernando Botero “Dancing Couple” Lithograph | Edition of 150, signed 17“ x 12“ | Framed 30“ x 25“

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4. Jim Dine “Paris, Summer, 1997” Drypoint & Etching | 1998 Edition of 14, signed 44” x 32” | framed 46” x 33”

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5. Annie Leibovitz “Self Portrait” Cibachrome Photograph | 1992 Edition of 40 20” x 16” | framed 22” x 19”

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6. Sol LeWitt “Curvy Brushstrokes II” Aquatint | 1997 Edition of 25, signed 52”x 26” | framed 54” x 28”

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7. Roy Lichtenstein “Twin Mirrors” Serigraph | Edition of 250, signed 38.75”x 25.75” | framed 40.75” x 28”

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8. Roy Lichtenstein “” Serigraph | Edition of , signed “ x “ | framed ” x ”

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IMAGE AND INFO COMING SOON

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9. Roy Lichtenstein “” Serigraph | Edition of , signed “ x “ | framed ” x ”

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10. Roy Lichtenstein “” Serigraph | Edition of , signed “ x “ | framed ” x ”

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11. Roy Lichtenstein “” Serigraph | Edition of , signed “ x “ | framed ” x ”

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12. Richard Lindner “On New York City” Lithograph | Edition of 175, signed |1968 26.5” x 20” | 41” x 25”

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13. Marino Marini “Arleccino” Etching and Aquatint | 1974 from the roman numbered edition of 25 aside from the edition of 75 + 12 AP 25“ x 19“ on paper 31.5” x 27” | framed 42” x 36”

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14. Joan Miro “Atmosfera Miro” Lithograph | 1959 13” x 10” | framed 28” x 25” Edition of 160, signed one of few on larger paper.

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HC/Edition of 50 Reference: Figure 571 in Engravings Volume 2 Published by Maeght, Paris Printed by Morsang, Paris “El Àngel Crivellet” is an impressive large example that combines both etching and aquatint and displays a strong condensed and clearly defined composition, rarely found in the large aquatints.

15. Joan Miro “El Angel Crivellat” Etching and Aquatint | 1973 Edition of 50 plus artist proofs 41” x 29” | Framed 57” x 44” signed on the bottom right and marked “H.C.”

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16. Pablo Picasso “Portrait en Deux Parties Noire et Blanche” Lithograph | 1979 Image size is 23.75” x 14” on paper 29” x 22” Edition size of 500, with 34 Artist’s Proofs. This is #23 of 34. Signed by Maria Picasso on the bottom right: “Collection Marina Picasso” 36


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17. Robert Rauschenberg “Surface Series From Currents” Serigraph | 1970 Edition of 50, signed 40” x 40”| framed 42” x 41” signed in pencil on the bottom right

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18. Robert Rauschenberg “Surface Series From Currents” Serigraph | 1970 Edition of 100, signed 40” x 40”| framed 42” x 41” signed in pencil on the bottom right 40


19. Robert Rauschenberg “Features From Currents” Graphic / SilkScreen | 1970 Edition of 100, signed 40” x 40” | 42” x 41” signed in pencil on the bottom right 41


20. Donald Sultan “Wallflowers” Serigraphs | Edition of 190 each 15” x 12” | framed 25” x 23” sold in sets of 5 42


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21. Donald Sultan “Green Lilies” Hand Painted Glass | 15” x 12” Edition of 35, signed

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22. Donald Sultan “White Lilies” Hand Painted Glass | 15” x 12” Edition of 35, signed

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23. Andy Warhol “Myths” 10 Offset Lithographs | 1981 each 7” x 7” unframed each hand signed by Warhol sold only as a set.

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24. Andy Warhol “Mick Jagger” Offset Lithograph | 1975 Edition of ca. 200, not numbered 6” x 4” | framed 17” x 13.5” hand signed by Warhol

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25. Tom Wesselman “Fast Sketch Still Life with Abstract Painting” Serigraph | 1989 | Edition of 100, signed 57” x 84” | Framed 58” x 85”

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Palm Desert and Beyond Everybody loves coming to Palm Desert. Only a twohour drive from Los Angeles, the “desert� as we call it, has an atmosphere that is unique in the world. It feels like a world away from the hectic and fast pace of the city. Entertainers like Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope, former Presidents and Hollywood’s finest have come here for decades to unwind and are responsible for the original fame of the Palm Springs area. Today, more than a hundred golf courses and eight months of perfect weather throughout the winter season have attracted more than 150,000 savy people to make this their second home.

The BNP Paribas international tennis tournament, the Palm Springs Art Fair, Modernism Week, and several music festivals, fashion shows, golf tournaments, film festivals and countless other events attract people from around the world to visit and stay. Although the gallery conducts a major part of the business online, there is nothing like spending time one on one. As a client you get invited to all of our fun events and opening receptions where you get to meet the artists, mingle with fellow art collectors and be the first to see new works. If you are not able to make it out to the Desert, then we hope to see you at one of the many art fairs we participate in every year.

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