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December 7, 2008

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Preview: December 3rd to 6th, 10-6pm Auction: Sunday, December 7th, 12pm 16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91413


Welcome to our third auction

of Modern Art and Design of 2008. If you have been following the progress of our company, you may have noticed this catalogue is larger than any of our previous sales. This is due mainly to the record number of items offered to us since our last auction. Of the thousands of items that were offered to us, we have selected 585 lots that we believe are some of the best examples ever to come on the market. The buyers who attend this sale can be assured that our expertise and high standards have vetted the material on the market and have selected only the very best quality. Many bidders may not realize, for example, that we turned down over three dozen ceramic planters by Architectural Pottery. Thats three for every one we accepted. My point is this : for one reason or another, in this market more material is looking for a buyer. This allows us to choose higher quality items to offer in a buyer’s market. In short, now is a good time to buy. Leading the highlights of this sale is the collection of work by Diego Giacometti. Indeed, the Grande Torsade table may be the finest (and largest) example ever to emerge for sale. With provenance and patina equally exquisite, I cannot imagine an opportunity like this to ever repeat. Other exceptional works like Noguchi’s ceramic sculpture, Fontana’s iconic egg, and Falkenstein’s monumental screen are without doubt our finest offering of Art ever. Just as impressive is the wide array of design with more than reasonable estimates. Stellar examples such as the Natzler’s tall vase with crater glaze and early (possibly unique) jug will one day be remembered as missed opportunities. So too the Maloof desk, Neutra drawings, Pesce prototypes, Sottsass’ milestones. And as if this catalogue was not enough; as we go to press, we are very proud to accept the honor of offering a collection of one of Los Angeles’ most dynamic individuals - the late Linda Sullivan. Works by George Rickey, Deborah Butterfield, Claude Lalanne and many others will be offered the week following this auction. Highlights can be found at the back of this catalogue with a full listing on our website coming soon. Until then, we hope you will take advantage of these historic offerings presented here.

— Peter Loughrey, Director

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1 Claire Falkenstein Custom hanging screen Commissioned in 1958 for a California residence Welded Bronze with colored glass orbs 70.25�h x 60�w $25,000-35,000

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2 Hans J. Wegner “Papa” chair

3 Hans J. Wegner “Papa” chair

4 Hans J. Wegner “Papa” chair and ottoman

Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed 1951 38.75”h x 31”w x 39”d

Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed 1951 38.75”h x 31”w x 39”d

Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed 1951 Chair 38.75”h x 31”w x 39”d

$6,000-8,000

$6,000-8,000

$8,000-10,000

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5 Gino Sarfatti Floor light

6 Gino Sarfatti, attributed Floor light

Arredoluce, designed circa 1950 Retains tag “Arredoluce made in italy 82”h

Arredoluce, designed circa 1950 Remnants of “Made in Italy” sticker 74”h

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000


7 Charles & Ray Eames Lounge chair and ottoman

8 Charles & Ray Eames Lounge chair and ottoman

Model no. 670/671 Herman Miller, designed 1956 Gray leather 32.25”h x 32”w x 34”d

Model no. 670/671 Herman Miller, designed 1956 Black leather 32.25”h x 32”w x 34”d

Literature: Eames

D esign: The Wor k of

Literature: Eames

D esign : T he Work of

the Office of Charles and Ray Eames,

the Office of Charles and R ay E ames,

N euhart, Abrams, 1 9 8 9

N euhart, Abrams, 1 989

$3,000-4,000

$2,000-2,500

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9 Malcolm Leland “thermic” sculptures studies (14)

10 Rupert Deese Ceramic vase

11 James Lovera Ceramic bird

12 Jerser Bottle and 2 cups

Executed circa 1975 Largest approximately 6.5”h

Studio, designed circa 1962 Impressed “RD” 3.25”h x 3.5”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1955 7” x 5”

Studio, executed circa 1965 Signed “Jerser” Bottle vase 13.5”h x 2.75”diameter

In 1976 Leland was given a grant by the National Endowment for the Arts to assist with his comprehensive study in thermic sculptures. $2,000-3,000

$400-600

$1,000-1,500

$600-900


13 Ellsworth Kelly “Sunflower I” 2004 Lithograph Signed and numbered in pencil #20 of 50 37” x 29” $6,500-8,000

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14 Paul Tuttle Armchairs Tuttle, designed 1976 28.5”h x 29”w x 32”d $4,000-6,000

259 Hendrick Van Keppel and Taylor Green Pair of adjustable sofa/chaises VKG, designed circa 1950 15”h x 74”w x 30”d $4,000-6,000

260 Van Keppel and Taylor Green Pair of torchiers VKG, designed circa 1952 62”h $1,000-1,500


15 Richard Anuszkiewicz Untitled (Orange Family C.245) 1969 Acrylic on panel Signed and dated verso; Sidney Janis Gallery label verso 18” x 18” $10,000-15,000

NOT ILLUSTRATED 16 Richard Anuszkiewicz Untitled (from the “Inward Eye” Suite) 1970 Lithograph 25.75” x 20” $800-1,200

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17 Mathieu Mategot “Bali” tapestry Aubusson designed circa 1962 Signed lower left with label verso #1 of 6 70” x 60” $3,000-5,000


18 Milo Baughman Pair of white club chairs

19 Milo Baughman Cabinet

20 Milo Baughman Dining table

Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1970s 25.5”h x 34.25”w x 30.5”d

Thayer Coggin, designed 1965 Metal base 34.5”h x 18”w x 72”l

Thayer Coggin, designed 1970 30”h x 72” x 39”w

$5,000-7,000

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-5,000

407 Paul Tuttle “Super Z Chair” Forms + Surfaces, designed 1996 Cherry and Stainless steel 20”h x 23”w x 26”d $3,000-5,000

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21 Stan Bitters Freestanding medallion sculpture Studio, executed 1967 Glazed ceramic relief mounted on wetherproof backing with a flat plastered panel on back mounted to a welded steel base with a rust finish, giving the appearance of a floating sculpture. Base signed Medallion is 56”diameter; with base 72”h 48.75” x 32”d Literature: Environmental

Ceramics,

Stan B itters, Litton Publishing, 1 9 76

$15,000-20,000

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22 Stan Bitters Birdhouses (group of 10) Studio, designed circa 1960s; these are recent examples Porous lowfire thrown clay forms Each approximately 7� or 8�diameter $1,800-2,500


23 Alexander Calder “Santa Claus” portfolio with text by ee cummings 1974 Suite of 9 prints Each signed lower right; edition lower left #148 of 175 $3,000-4,000

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24 T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Chaise lounge Saridis of Athens, designed 1961 Saridis metal tag 33.5”h x 57.5”l x 25.5”d $15,000-20,000


25 Edward Wormley Pair of lounge chairs

26 Harvey Probber Group of 3 occasional tables

Dunbar, designed circa 1956 Each 28”h x 32”d x 28”w

Harvey Probber, designed circa 1958 Each 17.5”h x 22” x 19.5”

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000

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27 T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Bench

28 T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Ottoman

29 T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Group of 3 nesting tables

Widdicomb, designed 1950 16”h x 74.5x 26”l

Widdicomb, designed 1948 Retains Widdicomb tag 13”h x 26” x 26”

Widdicomb, designed 1950 Largest 24”h x 26” x 22”

$6,000-8,000

$1,200-1,500

$2,000-3,000


30 T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Dining table with six chairs

31 T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Buffet

Widdicomb, designed 1950 Table 29”h x 76”l x 38”w; Chairs 33.5”h x 23”w x 22.5”d

Widdicomb, designed 1950 34”h x 72”l x 20”d $3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

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32 Jacques Adnet Pair of armchairs

33 Milo Baughman Room Divider

Designed circa 1950 30”h x 25”w x 20”d

Model no. 1700 Glenn of California, designed 1949 67.25”h x 64.5”l x 17.5”d

$15,000-18,000

$4,000-5,000

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34 Greta Magnusson Grossman Floor lamp

35 Ben Seibel Floor lamp

Ralph O. Smith, designed 1949 51.5”high; base is 12”diameter

Raymor, designed circa 1952 55”h

Literature: Furniture

$1,200-1,500

Forum Vol 1 , No 1 ,

Winter 1949, S ection 3, pg 3

$6,000-8,000


36 Milo Baughman “Double” chest of drawers Model no. 2631 Glenn of California, designed 1952 32.5”h x 64.75”l x 19”d $2,500-3,500

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37 Greta Magnusson Grossman “Cobra” table light

38 Greta Magnusson Grossman “Cobra” table light

39 Greta Grossman, attributed Coffee table

Ralph O. Smith, designed 1949 13”h x 12”

Ralph O. Smith, designed 1949 13”h x 12”

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

Possibly Glenn of California, designed circa 1950 15”h x 52.5” x 38” $4,000-5,000


40 Hendrik Van Keppel & Taylor Green “Sun-Lounge” adjustable chaise

41 Milo Baughman End table

VKG, designed circa 1954 9.5”h (flat) x 31.5”w x 76”l

Model no. 501 Glenn of California, designed 1950 19.75”h x 30”l x 16”w

$3,000-4,000

$1,200-1,500

42 Hendrik Van Keppel & Taylor Green Pair of side tables VKG, designed 1955 Retains VKG label Each 21.5”h x 30”l x 19”d $1,500-2,000

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43 William Pillin Red vase

44 Olivia Krimpas “The Kitchen Table”

45 Donald Knorr Side chair

46 Scheier Glazed ceramic bowl

Studio, designed circa 1950s Approximately 9”h

Signed with the intitials “OK”, titled, and inscribed “AP” in pencil Artist Proof 11.75” x 9.75”

Model no. 132 Knoll, designed circa 1950 28”h x 22”w x 22”d

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Scheier 36” 8.5”h x 8.5”diameter

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

$800-1,200


47 Emerson Woelffer “M.R. Dec.4-66” 1966 Acrylic on canvas Signed, dated and titled verso 50” x 18” $4,000-6,000

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48 Emerson Woelffer “Lake Lugano Mont San Salvatore” 1967 Torn paper collage Signed and inscribed “for Paul + Mary July 20 1967” 24” x 18” $3,000-5,000

49 Christo Aegena Temple - Project for the Munich Glyptotek 1988 Photocollage and screenprint Signed and numbered in pencil #230 of 300 35” x 27” $1,500-2,000


50 eero saarinen womb chair and ottoman

51 Adolf Loos Foot rest

52 Mid Century Modern Group of ceramic bowls (3)

53 Eero Saarinen Low table

Knoll, designed 1948 35”h x 48”w x 36”d

Designed for J&J Kohn circa 1905 12”h x 15.75” x 8.75”

$1,800-2,500

$1,000-2,000

Designed circa 1960 Each signed “C.K.” 3.5”h x 6.75”diameter; 3”h x 8.5”diameter; 4.75”h x 13”diameter

Model no. 162TR Knoll, designed 1956 15”h x 35.75”diameter $2,000-3,000

$400-600

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54 Tapio Wirkkala Rhythmic Plywood Table

55 Finn Juhl Turned wood bowl

Model no. 9011 Asko Oy, designed 1958 Branded “Asko Tapio Wirkkala Made in Finland” 21”h x 24.5” x 49”

Kay Bojesen, designed 1951 Signed “Kay Bojesen Denmark Finn Juhl Design” 3”h x 9”diameter

$5,500-6,500

$2,500-3,500


56 Hans J. Wegner Sofa

57 Henning Koppel “Faqueiro” flatware (117 pieces)

Getama, designed 1954 31.5”h x 82”l x 30”w

Georg Jensen, designed 1957 Sterling Silver Stamped “Georg Jensen Sterling Denmark” Comprised of 18 dinner forks, 18 dinner knives, 6 salad forks, 6 butter knives, 16 desert forks, 22 desert spoons, 8 soup spoons, 6 teaspoons, 8 iced tea spoons. Serving pieces include 2 large forks, 2 large spoons, medium spoon, carving knife and fork, pie server and ladle.

$3,000-5,000

$10,000-15,000

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58 Lucia Stern Mixed Media

59 Lucia Stern Untitled

60 Lucia Stern Carved wood sculpture

61 Lucia Stern Collage

Circa 1951 Oil on canvas with string and collage 19” x 14”

1939 Drawing with collage Signed and dated lower right 12” x 9” Sold with copy of exhibition catalogue

Executed circa 1950 Bears estate stamp Overall 25.25”h

Circa 1952 Textile on canvas Signed lower left “Lucia” 19.24” x 28.5”

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000


62 Pierre Guariche, attributed Counterbalanced table lamp Disderot, designed circa 1952 Approximately 28�h $3,000-4,000

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130 Gilbert Rohde Dining suite Herman Miller, designed circa 1936 Comprised of a dining table, buffet and 6 chairs Retains Herman Miller tag Credenza 32.25”h x 60”l x 18.5”d; Table 28.75”h x 34.5” x 70”l (or 102” fully extended) $3,000-5,000


63 George Nelson “CSS” Unit

64 Artist Unknown Rendering of the Mark Taper

Herman Miller, designed 1959 93”h x 64.5”w

Circa 1967 Illiegable signature lower right (V. Albo?) 20”h x 30”

$4,000-6,000

The Mark Taper Forum, designed by Welton Becket, was opened in 1967. $1,500-2,000

65 California Design Jewelry chest Designed circa 1978 8.25”h x 17” x 9” $1,200-1,500

66 Dean Santner Pair of Boxes Studio, designed 1980 Largest approximately 8”l $800-1,200

NOT ILLUSTRATED 67 Dean Santner Serving board Studio, designed 1980 Signed Dean Santner 18” x 7” $300-500

68 James Coignard Untitled (composition) Mixed media Signature and edition in the sheet, lower right #72 of 75 Framed: 27” x 32” (sheet 13” x 10.25”) $2,000-3,000

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69 Georges Rouault “Ecce Homo” (from Passion series)

70 Georges Rouault “les disciples” (from Passion series)

1936 Intaglio Signed and dated lower right 13” x 8.5” Literature: G eorge

Rouault: T he Graph-

ic Work , Wofs y, S ecker , 1976 pg 1 0 2

$4,000-6,000

71 salvador dali, after “dream passage”

72 Jean-Paul Riopelle Untitled

1936 Intaglio Initialed and dated lower right 11.75” x 8.5”

Circa 1970 Color lithograph with portfolio #204 of 700 Signed lower right; edition lower left 29.75” x 20.75”

Lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #58 of 75 Sheet 29” x 40”

$3,000-4,000

$400-600

$700-900


73 George Nelson “Coconut” chair and ottoman Model no. 5569 Herman Miller, designed 1955 32”h x 40”w x 33”d $5,000-7,000

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74 David Hockney “Chair with Newspaper” 1998 Etching with aquatint on wove paper Signed and dated in pencil #11 of 35 Image 28.875” x 20.5” $14,000-18,000

75 David Hockney “Home” (from Illustrations for Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm) 1969 Etching in black Portfolio edition of 120 with proofs; Book edition of 120 with proofs; and 600 impressions from this plate unsigned and unbound Image 17.5” x 12.5” $2,000-4,000

76 David Hockney “The Church Tower and The Clock”, “The Boy Hidden in an Egg” & “The Bell Tower” (from Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm) (3 works) 1969 Etching in black Portfolio edition of 120 with proofs; and 600 impressions from this plate unsigned and unbound Each approximately 7.85” x 6.75” $3,000-5,000


77 Art Foundry “Angkor Wat” occasional table Custom, executed 1965-1970 Cast bronze with walnut wood base. 20.5”h x 39.5” x 24.25” Founded on a new concept of creating bas-relief fine art furniture, Art Foundry was sold only

78 Mariano Fortuny “Fortuny” floor lamp

79 Francesco Clemente “I” (self portait)

80 Mid Century Modern “Sheep” chair

Palluccio Italia, designed 1907; this example produced later 74”h

Designed circa 1975 23.5”h x 39.5” x 22”

I ndustries (parent compan y of

1982 Woodcut in colors Signed lower right; edition lower left #75 of 100 Image: 14” x 20”

A rt Foundry )

$2,000-3,000

in exclusive New York area showrooms. Their custom designs proved too expensive to produce and was only in production for a few years. Provenance: Former

Vice P resi-

dent of C orporate Design, Dart

$3,000-5,000

$2,000-3,000

$3,000-5,000

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81 Angelo Mangiarotti “Incas” console table Gruppo Skipper, Italy, designed 1978 Pietra Serena stone 28.5”h x 79”l x 21.5”d Literature: Decendants

of Leonardo

da V inci : The Italian Design , S himiz u & Thun , 1987, pg 214

$20,000-30,000


82 Angelo Mangiarotti Glass vase

83 Angelo Mangiarotti Marble bowl

Cole, designed circa 1975 Acid etched “Cole” and retains label 12”h x 7” x 7”

Knoll, designed 1968 Retains Knoll sticker 3”h x 8”diameter

$1,200-1,500

$1,500-2,000

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84 Angelo Mangiarotti “Eros” table

85 Angelo Mangiarotti “Eros” table

First produced by Societa Henraux, Lucca, Italy, then later Gruppo Skipper, Italy, designed 1971 Carrara marble 16.5”h x 21” x 20”

En suite with previous 28.5”h x 26” x 19”

Literature: Decorative

A rt in Modern

Interiors 197 3/74, Vi king P ress, 1 9 7 3 , pg 7 5

$7,000-9,000

$7,000-9,000


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86 Milo Baughman Pair of lounge chairs Thayer Coggin, designed 1965 Each 26”h x 30”w x 31”d $3,000-5,000


87 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (Moultonville)

88 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (Sanborville)

89 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (sunapee)

1974 Lithograph and screenprint Signature, date & edition lower left: Gemini blind stamp lower right # 31 of 100 Sheet 22” x 17” Published by Gemini G.E.L.

En suite with previous

En suite with previous

$900-1,200

$900-1,200

The titles for this series were named after towns in the White Mountains of New Hampshire where Stella fished. Literature: The

Prints of F rank Stella :

A Catalogue R aisonne 1 9 6 7- 1 9 8 2 , Axsom, 1 9 83 , pg 1 2 1 - 1 2 7

$900-1,200

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90 Borge Mogensen Pair of “Spanish” Chairs Model no. 2226 Fredericia, designed 1959 26.5”h x 32.25”w x 22.5”d Literature: Danish

C hairs, ODA , Chroni-

cle Boo ks, 1996

$6,000-8,000


91 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (conway)

92 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (moultonboro)

93 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (effingham)

94 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (tuftonboro)

En suite with lot 87

En suite with previous

En suite with previous

En suite with previous

$900-1,200

$900-1,200

$900-1,200

$900-1,200

95 Frank Stella “Eccentric Polygons” (wolfeboro) En suite with previous $900-1,200

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96 Marc Chagall “Daphnis and Chloe: Winter”

97 Marc Chagall “Tribe of Isaachar” (CS 17)

1960 Lithograph printed in colors Signed and numbered in pencil #50 of 60 16.75” x 12.75” One lithograph from the complete set of 42 from the illustrated book

1964 Color lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #61 of 50 Image: 25” x 18”

$34,000-42,000

Literature: C hagall

L ithographs V:

1 9 74 - 1 9 7 9, Sorlier , Crown, 1 9 8 4 , pg 2 0 8

$6,000-8,000


98 Edward Wormley Seating unit (3)

99 Edward Wormley Occasional table

100 Edward Wormley Curved coffee table

Dunbar, designed circa 1956 28”h x 98”l x 30”d; 28”h x 50”l x 30”d; 28”h x 75”l x 30”

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 25”h x 24” x 19”

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 16.5”h x 54.75”l (max) x 25”w (max)

$500-1,000

$2,000-3,000

$6,000-8,000

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101 Charles Hollis Jones “Metric” dining table and 4 chairs

102 angelo lelli Floor lamp

Studio, designed 1965 Table 30”h x 60”l x 36”d; Chairs 32”h x 20.75”w x 30.5”d

Arredoluce, designed circa 1950s Made in Italy on base 68.5”h

A similar table was first designed for the “Wolf” house by John Lautner

$2,000-2,500

$8,000-10,000


103 Gino Sarfatti Chandelier Model no. 2097 Arteluce, designed 1958 Retains Arteluce sticker Hangs approximately 28� $3,000-5,000

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104 Cini Boeri “Brigadier” lowback settee

105 Cini Boeri “Brigadier” highback sofa

106 Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Pair of “Toio Uplighter” floor lamps

NOT ILLUSTRATED 107 Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni “Viscontea” hanging light

Model no. 55SL2 Knoll, designed 1977 21”h x 72” x 36”d

Model no. 55SH3 Knoll, designed 1977 31.5”h x 91”l x 35”d This seating collection by Boeri won the “Design Center Stuttgart Award” in 1978

Flos, designed 1962 Retains Flos labels “Flos Toio 219 Made in Italy” Each 61.5”h

Flos, designed 1962 White enamelled rods wrapped in a spray-on plastic polymer Approximately 27”h

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000


108 Enzo Mari Dining table from the “Metamobile” series Simon International, designed 1973 28”h x 55” x 54.5” Literature: D ecendants

of Leonardo

109 Gianfranco Frattini “Kioto” coffee table Made by Pierlulgi Chiannda and distributed by Knoll, designed 1974 14”h x 35.75” x 35.75” Literature: D ecendants

of L eonardo

da Vinci: The Italian Design, Shimiz u &

da Vinci: The Italian D esign , S himi zu &

T hun, 1 9 8 7, pg 2 1 6

Thun, 1 9 8 7, pg 2 0 7

$6,000-7,000

$5,000-7,000

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110 Maison Jansen Nesting tables

111 Alvar Aalto Floor lamp

112 mid century modern Drop leaf table

Designed circa 1940s Tallest 20.75”h x 15.75” x 20.5”

Model no. A809 Artek, designed 1956-59 Artek label 66.5”h

Conant Ball, designed 1956 29”h

$4,000-6,000

Literature: 1 0 0 0

Lights V 1 , Taschen,

2 0 05 , pg 4 9 9

$3,000-5,000

$1,800-2,500


113 Larry Clark “Tusla” (self portrait)

114 Robert Mapplethorpe “Messengers 1987”

115 Philippe Halsman “Campbell’s”

1971 Silver Gelatin print Signed in pencil verso 14” x 11”

1987 Signed and dated in pen, lower right 10” x 8”

Circa 1959 Photograph Stamp verso “Philippe Halsman” 14” x 11”

$1,500-2,000

$2,500-3,500

$1,200-1,500

116 G. E. Kidder Smith Museum of Modern Art images from “Brazil Builds” (9) Circa 1950 4 photographs with GE Kidder Smith stamp and various MoMa annotations Four images are 5” x 7”; five are 2.75” x 3.75” $300-500

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117 Agustin Ubeda Untitled (Abstract with bird)

118 Agustin Ubeda Untitled

119 Agustin Ubeda “Tete de Femme”

Oil on canvas Signed 21” x 32”

Oil on canvas Signed 23.5” x 28”

Oil on canvas Signed 20” x 14.5”

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000


120 Francisco Farreras Untitled (Soldier)

121 Francisco Farreras Untitled (Nurse)

122 Jose Paredes Jardiel Untitled

Circa 1955 Oil on canvas Signed indistinctly (Ferraras) 19.5” x 14”

Circa 1955 Oil on canvas Signed indistinctly (Ferraras) 22.5” x 16”

1955 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left 37” x 22.25”

$600-800

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

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123 Edward Wormley Couch

124 attributed to Vladimir Kagan Coffee table

Model no. 4756 Dunbar, designed circa 1956 29.5”h x 89”l x 36”

Designed circa 1958 16”h x 45” at widest point x 84” at longest point

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000


125 Paul McCobb pair of chairs

126 Paul McCobb foot stool

127 Paul McCobb “Planner Group” cabinet

128 Mid Century Modern Pole light

St. John Seating Corporation, designed circa 1950s Retains tags 32”h x 21”w x 22”d 33.25”h x 24.25”w x 24”d

Winchendon, designed 1950 22”h x 18”l x 18”d

Winchendon, designed 1950 46.5”h x 36”l x 16”d

$600-800

$1,000-2,000

Stiffel, designed circa 1955 Retains label Approximately 102” $1,500-2,000

$900-1,200

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129 Vladimir Kagan Group of 3 nesting tables with Alexander Kasuloa tiles Kagan Designs, Inc., designed 1949 Largest: 22”h x 16”d x 28”l Literature: T he

Complete Kagan,

130 Vladimir Kagan “Snail” coffee table

131 Vladimir Kagan Pair “Corkscrew” chairs

Dux, designed 1960 15”h x 42” x 37”

Directional, designed 1992 29”h x 35”w x 37”d

$3,000-5,000

Literature: The

Complete Kagan,

C reech , Painted Leaf Press, 2 0 0 4 ,

Creech, Painted Leaf Press, 2 0 0 4 ,

pg 1 9 9

pg 55

$2,500-3,500

$3,000-5,000


132 Mathieu Mategot “Rose du Bengale” tapestry Aubusson designed circa 1962 Signed lower right with label verso #2 of 6 71” x 75” $3,000-5,000

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133 Julius Shulman Photographs of the Hammerman Residence designed by Richard Neutra Printed 1955 Vintage prints Several with Neutra and Shulman stamps verso Together with ephemera & letters $3,000-5,000

NOT ILLUSTRATED 134 Richard Neutra Group of 4 Neutra books Two signed Comprised of The Architecture of Richard Neutra; Survival through Design (dedicated and signed by Richard Neutra); Life and Shape (dedicated and signed by Dion Neutra) and Mystery and Realities of the Site. $600-800


135 Richard Neutra Architectural rendering of the Hammerman Residence

136 Richard Neutra Architectural rendering of the Hammerman Residence

137 Richard Neutra Architectural rendering of the Hammerman Residence

138 Richard Neutra Architectural rendering of the Hammerman Residence

Executed circa 1954 Approximately 24” x 32”

Executed circa 1954 Approximately 24” x 32”

Executed circa 1954 Approximately 24” x 32”

Executed circa 1954 Approximately 24” x 32”

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000

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139 Unknown Photographers Group of 8 photographs of the SC Johnson building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (8) Circa 1936 Each stamped once verso with a number Each 8.25” x 10” $1,000-1,500

139A Frank Lloyd Wright jr Christmas card Circa 1950 Handwritten inscription on printed paper 5.5” x 9” $1,000-1,500


140 Frank Lloyd Wright Concrete block from the Imperial Hotel (tokyo, japan) 1915 Cast concrete 8” x 8” A testment to Wright’s engineering; in the great “Kanto” earthquake of 1923, the Imperial Hotel was the only building standing for many blocks. The hotel was later torn down in 1968 as land in Tokyo rapidly increased in value. Artifacts from this commission are very scarce. $5,000-7,000

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141 Sam Maloof Desk Studio, Executed circa 1968 for George Porter Branded “Maloof” 83” x 39” $40,000-50,000


142 Sam Maloof Desk chair

143 Sam Maloof Lounge chair

144 Sam Maloof Armchair

145 Sam Maloof Armchair

Studio, executed circa 1968 for George Porter Branded “Maloof” 52.75”h x 30”h x 26”

Studio, executed 1960 Branded “Designed Made Maloof California” and signed “10-60” 35”h x 27”w x 32”d”

Studio, executed circa 1974 Branded “Designed Made Maloof California” 29.75”h x 22.5”w x 19.5”d

Studio, executed circa 1974 Signed “Sam Maloof 1974” 29.75”h x 22.5”w x 19.5”d

$10,000-20,000

Provenance: Lucile

$3,000-4,000

& Ed Fic k ett;

$3,000-4,000

thence by decent

$6,000-8,000

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146 Stone Untitled Circa 1960 Oil and sand and paper on canvas Signed upper left 48” x 48” $2,000-3,000


147 Edward Wormley Roll top desk

148 Kipp Stewart End table

149 Edward Wormley Armchair

Dunbar, designed 1967 35”h x 28”d x 75”l

Dunbar, designed circa 1960 21.25”h x 19”diameter

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 32”h x 22” x 22”

$3,000-5,000

$1,000-1,500

$500-1,000

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150 Borge Mogensen Settee

151 Joel Edwards Group of three vessels

152 Charlotte Perriand Benches (2)

153 mid century modern “Door” table

Fredericia, designed 1965 30”h x 32”w x 62”l

Studio, designed circa 1960 Each signed “Edwards” 8”h x 9”diameter; 10”h x 8”diameter; 10.5”h x 14”diameter

Designed circa 1960s 16.75”h x 17.5”l x 11.75”d

Custom designed circa 1970s from an antique Japanese door 30.5”h x 67”l x 38.5”d

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-4,000

Literature: Charlotte

Perriand: An Act

of Living, Mc Leod, Abrams, 2 0 03 , pg 1 95 for a similar e xample

$2,500-3,500

$3,000-5,000


154 caio fonseca “tenth street #6” 1992 Acrylic on canvas Signed lower right; title, year, signature and Cowles Gallery label verso 42” x 30” $6,000-8,000

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155 caio fonseca “pietrasanta”

156 caio fonseca “pietrasanta”

157 caio fonseca “pietrasanta”

1995 Ink and gouache Signed lower right Image 16” x 12”

1995 Ink and gouache Signed lower right and verso Image 18” x 24”

1995 Ink and gouache Signed lower right and verso Image 12” x 16”

$6,000-8,000

$3,000-4,000

$3,000-4,000


158 Gaetano Pesce “Puffy” sofa

159 Gaetano Pesce “Prospect Park” protoype chair

160 Gaetano Pesce “UP 1” chair

Custom, designed 1991 for the Chiat/Day advertising offices, New York 41”h x 94”l x 28”d

Custom, designed circa 1983-89 Resin 35”h x 18”w x 16.5”d

C&B Italia, designed 1969 27”h x 38”diameter

$3,000-5,000

This chair is part of a study of twelve chairs that were initially created to test the molding process and are all in different color and shape.

This chair is molded out of expanded plyurethane foam and then compressed under a vacum and shipped in sealed PVC envelopes for safe transport. Once opened it takes the shape shown here.

Provenance:

$2,000-3,000

Gaetano Pesce ; Private

C ollection ( Phillips 1 9 9 9)

$10,000-15,000

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161 Gaetano Pesce Unique “Fishing Rod” prototype Chair Studio, designed 1991 Multi-color resin “planks” with five semi-imbedded fishing rods on a soft cushion seat. 59”h x 25”w x 40”d This chair was never put into production. Provenance: Gaetano

Pesce ; Private

C ollection ( Phillips 1 9 9 9)

$7,000-9,000


162 Gillian Ayres “At this Stage” 2001 Unique carborundum etching with extensive hand painting Signed, dated and numbered in pencil #1 of 25 Image 35” x 36” $8,000-12,000

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163 isamu Kenmochi “Kashiwado” chair

164 Peter Shire Teapot with lid

165 American Pop Art acrylic coffee table with Neon

166 Jeff Koons “Puppy” (Hecho a Mano)

Tendo, designed 1961 25”h x 32”l x 28”d

Studio, Executed circa 1978 Stamped “1978 AD EXP” 8.5”h x 10” x 3.5”

Designed circa 1968 11”h x 24” x 24”

TAMCB, 1992 Natural dried flower sculpture on resin base Signed on the base 7.25”h x 7.25”

$3,000-5,000

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000


167 Matthew Barney “Cremaster 5” 1997 Offset lithography, silkscreen, hot stamping, embossing Titled, signed and dated lower right; edition lower left #5 of 40 Image 33” x 23” $1,000-2,000

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168 Lucio Fontana “Concetto Spaziale” sculpture (spatial construction) 1967 Bronze Signed “Fontana” #467 of 500 10” x 10”diameter $20,000-30,000


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169 Roy McMakin Chair

170 Roy McMakin Chair

171 Roy McMakin Pair of barstools

172 Roy McMakin Ottoman

Domestic Furniture Company, designed circa 1986 Maple 36”h x 19.5”w x 30”d

Domestic Furniture Company, designed circa 1986 Pine 34”h x 18”w x 30”d

Domestic Furniture Company, designed 1986 Each 30”h x 14” x 14”

Domestic Furniture Company, designed 1986 13”h x 13” x 6”

$1,800-2,500

$500-1,000

$1,000-2,000

$750-1,000


173 Roy McMakin Wardrobe/desk Domestic Furniture Company, designed 1986 62.25”h x 36.5”w x 27”d (closed) $3,000-5,000

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174 Michael Arntz Monumental “Garden Pot” sculpture Studio, executed circa 1966 Thick earthenware slab with deep cuts (or ravine-like carved inclusions) with low relief floral forms 29”h x 34”diameter Illustrated: Craft

H orizons, January /

F ebruary 1 9 6 7

In the January/ February 1967 issue of Craft Horizon, Beverly Johnson wrote: “ I venture to say that A rntz is one of the most outstanding contemporary ceramists on the West C oast. Arntz’ sculptures are nobly savage, vitally apotheostic, beautifully sensual and voluptuous, and I pity the faint-hearted who turn away from them.”

$10,000-15,000

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175 Andy Warhol “Paris Review” (F/S 18) 1967 Color screenprint with dye cut holes Stamped signature and edition lower right #47 of 150 37” x 27.25” Literature: A ndy

Warhol Prints: A Cata-

logue Raisonne, F eldman/S chellmann, 1985, pg 36

$4,000-6,000


176 Andy Warhol “Cow” (F/S 11.11A) 1971 Screenprint on wallpaper 45.5” x 29.75” Literature: Andy

Warhol P rints : A C ata-

logue Raisonne 1 9 6 2- 1 987, F eldman /Schellmann, 2 0 03 , pg 6 2

$3,500-4,500

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177 Andy Warhol “Marilyn” (F/S 29)

178 Man Ray “Self Portrait”

1967 Screenprint in colors Signed in pencil & rubber stamped edition verso Edition of 250 36” x 36” Factory Additions, New York

Executed circa 1941 Lithograph Signed lower right “MR” and inscribed “Love from Juliet” 22”h x 17.5”

Literature: Andy

Warhol Prints: A Cata-

Provenance: Purchased

from the art-

ist; thence by decent, Los Angeles

$1,000-1,500

logue R aisonne, Feldman/ S chellmann, 1 9 85 , pg 3 9

$80,000-100,000

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179 Man Ray “Mani Solarizzate” Photograph

180 Man Ray Bonsoir drawing

1932 Ink stamp verso “Man Ray ‘Mani Solarizzate’ 1932 edizione in 23 esemplari eseguita nel 1975 esemplare no..” and in pen “23/23 MR” Sheet 23” x 12”

1972 Felt tip pen and pencil on paper Signed “Bonsoir Man Ray 1972” 19.75”h x 12.75”

Provenance:

$2,500-3,500

A ndy Warhol , N ew York ;

P rivate Collection , California

$10,000-15,000

Provenance: E state

of J uliet Man R ay;

P rivate Collection, Los Angeles


181 Man Ray RayoGraph

182 Man Ray Untitled (Mary Stothart) 1951 Unique Photograph Signed lower right “Man Ray 1951” Stamped verso “Photograph by Man Ray” 13.75” x 10.5”

183 Man Ray Painted tile Executed circa 1941 Glazed ceramic Signed “MR” 4” x 4”

1928 Signed in pencil on front Ink stamp verso “Epreuve originale/Atelier Man Ray/Paris” Printed on “Agfa Bravira” circa 1960 11.5” x 8.5”

ist; thence by decent, Los Angeles

thence by decent, Los A ngeles

$5,000-7,000

$5,000-7,000

$1,500-2,000

Provenance: Purchased

from the art-

Provenance:

Gift of the artist;

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184 K.E.M. Weber “Airline” chair Airline Chair Company, designed 1934 for Walt Disney Studios 31”h x 25”w x 30”d Literature: Design

1935 -1965 W hat

Modern Was, E idelberg , A brams, 1 9 9 1 , pg 75 -7 7

$12,000-15,000


185 Man Ray “Emak Bakia” illuminated sculpture 1926-1941 Wood base with parafin shade 17.5”h x 8.5”diameter

Named after the experimental movie he directed in 1926, this lamp exemplifies Man Ray’s dada roots by combining commonly found objects such as a spool and a film reel to create a new purpose. The new object was a mainstay in his Los Angeles studio and was given to friend and frequent patron Mary Stothart when he left for Paris in 1951.

Exhibited: “ Pacific

Dreams : C urrents

of S urrealism and Fantasy in C ali fornia Art, 1 93 4 - 1 957”, A rmand H ammer M useum, 1 9 95 and illustrated in the accompany ing catalogue , pg 109

Provenance: Gift

from the artist;

thence by decent, Los A ngeles

$30,000-50,000

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186 Mathieu Mategot “Enoutement” tapestry Aubusson Executed circa 1962 Signed lower left; label verso #2 of 9 67.5” x 60” $4,000-6,000


187 Edward Wormley Rectangular coffee table

188 Piero Fornasetti Covered jar

189 Mid Century Modern Glass coffee table

190 Bill Curry “Stem” light

Model no. 5424 Dunbar, designed circa 1956 Brass with inset tile top 16.5”h x 45”l x 17.75”d

Designed circa 1950 10”h x 7”diameter

Designed circa 1950 15”h x 54”l x 24”w

Design Line, designed circa 1965 17”h

$800-1,200

$2,000-3,000

$400-600

$2,000-3,000

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191 Lou McManus “Emmy” concept drawing 1948 25” x 17” This was the original concept design for an “Emmy” statuette which was submitted to the Television Academy in 1948. From this design the current “Emmy” took shape. $5,000-10,000


192 Edward Wormley Office desk and chair

193 Edward Wormley Chest of drawers with doors

194 Edward Wormley Office desk and swivel chair

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Wood with inset leather top 29”h x 48”l x 23”d; chair 31.5”h x 20”l x 23”ld

Dunbar, designed circa 1938 32”h x 38.5”l x 20”d

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Wood with inset leather top 29”h x 48”l x 23”d; chair 29” x 20”w x 20”d

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

195 Edward Wormley Corner cabinet/bookshelf (4) Dunbar, designed circa 1938 2-door cabinet 32”h x 27”l x 14”d; 4-drawer chest 32”h x 27”l x 14”d; L-shaped cabinet 32”h x 27”l x 27”d; open shelf 32”h x 27”l x 14”d $3,000-4,000

$1,000-1,500

196 Edward Wormley Buffet cabinet and decorative shelf (not illustrated)

197 Edward Wormley Pair of twin bed frames, nightstand, and mirror (not illustrated)

Dunbar, designed circa 1938 34”h x 60”l x 19”d; shelf (not illustrated) 21”h x 32.5”l x 9.25”d

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Each headboard 36”h x 43”l; nightstand 25.25”h x 18”l x 19.5”d; mirror 49” x 49”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

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198 Edward Wormley Pair of chests

199 Edward Wormley Chest of drawers

200 Edward Wormley Pair of chests

201 Edward Wormley Round ottoman

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Each 31.25” x 24”l x 19.5”d

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 31”h x 49”l x 20”d

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Each 38” x 41.5”l x 18”d

Model no. 4951 Dunbar, designed circa 1956 16”h x 27”diameter

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

$3,000-5,000

$1,000-1,500


202 Oskar Fischinger Untitled

203 Xanti Schawinsky Untitled

204 Ruth King “City Rythyms”

205 Angelo Barovier “Geogemma”

1945 Oil on wood Signed and dated lower right 20” x 25.25”

1956 Acrylic on masonite Signed lower right; dated lower left 13” x 17.5”

1945 Watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower left 16” x 19”

$3,000-4,000

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,500

1959 Mixed media Signed and dated lower left; titled verso 23” x 31” $5,000-7,000

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206 Diego Giacometti “Acrobats” sculpture

207 Diego Giacometti Table lamp

208 Diego Giacometti Table lamp

Studio, this example created by 1973 Bronze Signed with cast signature 12.5”h x 7.5”w x 3.5”d

Studio, this example created by 1973 Bronze Stamped signature 24”h (30”h to top of fixture) x 6.5” x 6.5”

Studio, this example created by 1973 Bronze Stamped signature 24”h (30”h to top of fixture) x 6.5” x 6.5”

$30,000-40,000

$30,000-40,000

$20,000-30,000


209 Diego Giacometti “Grande torsade (Twisted Cable)” coffee table Studio, this example created by 1973 Bronze Signed with cast signature 8 times (one per Bronze beam) 15”h x 60.5”l x 39.5”w This table, along with the two lamps and small sculpture, was purchased by 1973 and used in the London apartment of Mr and Mrs Jack Cooper. The apartment was decorated by David Mlnaric who introduced his clients to Giacometti on

a trip to Paris where Josephine Cooper selected designs and arranged for the large dimensions for the coffee table. After 1973 Mrs. Cooper relocated to Los Angeles where all four pieces have remained.” Provenance: Ac q uired

directly from

the artist by Jac k and J osephine C oo per , Upper Belgrave Street, London by way of introduction through David M lnaric ( interior designer ); thence by decent.

$150,000-200,000

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210 Mitchell Bobrick floor light

211 George Nelson “Thin Edge” chest of drawers

Control Light, designed circa 1950 Approximately 61”h

Herman Miller, designed 1952 40.5”h x 40” x 20”d

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000


212 Hans J. Wegner Lady “Ox” chair

213 Eero Saarinen “Grasshopper” chair

A.P. Stolen, designed 1951 Retains original fabric and label 36”h x 37”w x 36”d

Knoll, designed circa 1948 35.5”h x 26.5”w x 33”d $3,000-5,000

$5,000-7,000

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214 zoran Music “Nu”

215 French Modern “Vibo” pair of chairs

1967 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right and verso 10.5” x 13.5”

Designed circa 1962 31”h x 25”w x 28”d

$5,000-7,000

$3,000-5,000


216 Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm Grasshopper lounge chair

217 Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm Grasshopper lounge chair

Model no. FK87 Alfred Kill International, designed 1968 32.5”h x 28.5”w x 55”l

Model no. FK87 Alfred Kill International, designed 1968 32.5”h x 28.5”w x 55”l

$9,000-12,000

$9,000-12,000

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218 Walter Lamb Chaise lounge

219 Walter Lamb Chaise lounge

220 Walter Lamb foot Stool

221 Walter Lamb Round coffee table

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 33”h x 68”l x 27.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 33”h x 68”l x 27.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 20.5”h x 19.5” x 23”

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 17”h x 36.5”diameter

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000

$600-800

$2,000-3,000


222 Walter Lamb Lounge chairs with ottomans (3)

223 Walter Lamb Round coffee table

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Chairs 29”h x 23’w x 34”d Ottomans 10.5”h x 20.5” x 18.5”

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 17”h x 48”diameter $2,000-3,000

$6,000-8,000

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224 Walter Lamb Rectangular low side tables (2)

225 Walter Lamb Rectangular coffee table

226 Walter Lamb Rocking chaise lounge

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Each 17.25”h x 25.25”l x 17.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 16.5”h x 41.5”l x 25.5”w

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 25.5”h x 67”l x 23”w

$2,500-3,000

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000


227 Walter Lamb Rectangular low side tables (2)

228 Walter Lamb settee

229 Walter Lamb Chaise lounge

230 Walter Lamb Chaise lounge

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Each 17.25”h x 25.25”l x 17.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 32”h x 51”l x 36”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 33”h x 68”l x 27.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 33”h x 68”l x 27.5”d

$2,500-3,000

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000

$4,000-6,000

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231 Walter Lamb dining table and 6 chairs

232 Walter Lamb Dinette table and pair of chairs

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Table 28.5”h x 42.5”diameter Chairs 32”h x 18.75”w x 21.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Table 29”h x 36.5”diameter; chairs 32”h x 18.75”w x 21.5”d

$5,000-7,000

$3,000-5,000


233 Walter Lamb dining table and 6 armchairs (7) Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Table 28.5”h x 61.5”l x 35.5”d Chairs 32.25”h x 20.5”w x 21”d $7,000-9,000

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234 Walter Lamb Bench

235 Walter Lamb Group of 4 arm lounge chairs

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 14”h x 72”l x 24”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 Each 30.25”h x 24”w x 28.5”d

$4,000-6,000

$5,000-7,000


236 Walter Lamb occasional table

237 Walter Lamb occasional table

238 Walter Lamb Pair of early lounge chairs

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 18”h x 23.25”l x 17.5”d

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 18”h x 23.25”l x 17.5”d

Studio, designed circa 1946 Each 30.75”h x 24”w x 30.25”d

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

$5,000-7,000

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239 Walter Lamb Serving cart

240 Mid Century Modern Pair of lounge chairs

Brown Jordan, designed circa 1950 33.25”h x 20.75”d x 51.25”l

Deeco Mfg, designed circa 1935

$4,000-6,000

$2,500-3,000


241 Kurt Versen Pair of floor lamps

242 Kurt Versen Floor lamp

243 Gilbert Rohde Table clock

Designed circa 1935 Each 62.5”h

Kurt Versen, designed circa 1935 52”h

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

Herman Miller, designed circa 1936 Retains Herman Miller label 6.5”h x 16” x 2.5” $4,000-5,000

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244 Guido Gambone glazed ceramic vase

245 Guido Gambone glazed ceramic tray

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” with donkey cypher 10.5”h x 3.5”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” with donkey cypher 9.75” x 10”

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,200


246 Guido Gambone Triangular bowl

247 Guido Gambone glazed bowl

248 Gambone Purple glazed bowl

249 D’Arienzo Pitcher

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” with donkey cypher 8”h x 9.5” x 5.5”

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” with donkey cypher 4”h x 12.75”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1955 3.25”h x 9.75”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “A. D’arienzo Italia” 23.75”h

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,000

250 Guido Gambone Small green vase

251 Guido Gambone Blue tray

252 Guido Gambone Small ceramic bowl (green)

253 Italian Glazed ceramic vase with handles

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” with donkey cypher 5.5”h x 3.5”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” with donkey cypher 1.25”h x 8” x 6.5”

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Italy” with donkey cypher 2.25”h x 6.75”diameter

Vetri d’Arte, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vietrie Italy” 12.5”h x 9”diameter

$800-1,200

$1,000-1,500

$800-1,200

$900-1,200

$1,200-1,500

$2,000-3,000

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254 William “Billy” Haines, attributed Pair of “ledge” lounge chairs

255 Paul T. Frankl Coffee table

Designed circa 1955 Each 26.5”h x 30”w x 35.75”d

Johnson Furniture Company, designed 1950 12”h x 84”l x 21”d

$1,500-2,000

$6,000-9,000


256 Paul T. Frankl Drawing

257 American Modern Pair of lamps

258 Stanislav V’soske Untitled

259 Ermanno Nason Glass Oblisque

1944 Signed and inscribed 10” x 6”

Designed circa 1950s Constructed from wallpaper printing cylinders 41”h and 39”h

1979 Oil on wood Signed and dated lower right 10” x 19”

Studio, designed 1972 Etched “E. Nason 1972 Cenedese Murano” 11.25”h x 3.5”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

$400-500

$3,000-5,000

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260 Wayne Thiebaud “Down 18th” 1979 Etching Signed lower right; edition lower left A.P. 3 29.5” x 22” $4,000-6,000

261 Wayne Thiebaud “Boxed Balls” (from Recent Etchings II) 1979 Aquatint and drypoint Signed numbered and dated in pencil #22 of 50 Image 24.5” x 19” $6,000-8,000


262 Wayne Thiebaud “Delicatessen” (from Delights)

263 Wayne Thiebaud “Cigars” (from Recent Etchings II)

1965 Etching Signed, numbered, dated and titled in pencil #39 of 100 Sheet 12.75” x 10.75”

1979 Etching and aquatint Signed, numbered, and dated in pencil #30 of 50 Sheet 22.75” x 29.75” $5,000-8,000

$6,000-8,000

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264 Pipsan Saarinen Swanson Chaise lounges with side table (3) Ficks Reed Co., designed circa 1950 Chaise 28”h x25.5”w x 63”d; Table 18.25”h x 17.5” x 22” $2,000-2,500

265 Pipsan Saarinen Swanson Lounge armchairs & coffee table (3)

266 Pipsan Saarinen Swanson Dinnette table and 2 armchairs (3)

Ficks Reed Co., designed circa 1950 Armchairs: 31”h x 26”d x 33.5”d; Table 18.5”h x 42”w x 42”d

Ficks Reed Co., designed circa 1950 Side chairs: 34”h x18.5”w x 27”d; Table 28.25”h x 29.5” x 29.5”

$1,800-2,000

$1,500-2,000


267 Joan Miro “Miro Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City” 1980 Original lithograph

268 Joan Miro “Le Lezard Aux Plumes D’Or”

269 Joan Miro “Human Rights for UNESCO, Paris”

1971 Original lithograph

1974 Original lithograph

$1,500-2,000

$600-1,000

$600-1,000

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270 Diego Rivera “Retrato de una mujer” 1928 Oil on canvas Signed upper left; dated upper right 16.25” x 14.75” Authenticated by Professior Luis-Martin Lozano Provenance: William

and Margaret Sommerfeld,

N ew Yor k ( ac q uired from the artist, 1 9 2 8) ; thence by decent (circa 1980)

$80,000-100,000


271 Rufino Tamayo “La Negresse”

272 Rufino Tamayo Untitled

273 Jean Charlot Untitled (Abraham and Isaac)

274 Ben Shahn Untitled

1969 Color lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #39 of 150 Image: 27” x 21”

Color lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #14 of 100 Sheet 32.25” x 26.25”

Circa 1948 Color lithograph Signed twice Image: 8” x 6.5”

Circa 1965 Color lithograph Signed lower right Image: 18.5” x 16”

$3,000-5,000

$600-800

$700-900

$1,500-2,000

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275 Dan Johnson “Gazelle” dining table Made in Italy for Dan Johnson Studio, designed 1958 30.5”h x 71”l x 39”d $10,000-15,000


276 In the style of Gio Ponti Executive desk Designed circa 1952 Made in Italy 30.75”h x 71” x 31.25”d $6,000-8,000

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277 Mercado Harrison McIntosh Glazed ceramic bowl Studio, executed circa 1958 Impressed “HM” 2.75”h x 7.75”diameter $900-1,200

278 Harrison McIntosh Charger

279 Harrison McIntosh Glazed ceramic bowl

Studio, Executed 1983 Impressed “HM” with sticker “Handthrown Stoneware Harrison McIntosh Claremont California” 11.5”diameter

Studio, executed circa 1958 Impressed “HM” with sticker “Handthrown Stoneware Harrison McIntosh Claremont California” 4.5” x 10.5”diameter

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000


280 Laura Andreson Matt glazed porcelain vase

281 Laura Andreson Glazed porcelain shallow bowl

282 Laura Andreson Yellow glazed porcelain bowl

Studio, executed circa 1970 Signed “Laura Andreson” and “C.14” with “EL” in pen 3.5”h x 3” x 3”

Studio, executed circa 1978 Signed “Laura Andreson” 2.25”h x 10”diameter

Studio, executed circa 1976 Signed “Laura Andreson” 2.25”h x 5.25”w

$1,200-1,500

$800-1,000

$600-900

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283 George Nakashima Coffee table Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1958; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira Nakashima 15.25”h x 73.5”l at longest point x 25” at widest point $7,000-9,000

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284 george Nakashima Lounge chair with one arm

285 george Nakashima “New” chair with arms

286 Mira Nakashima “New” chair with arms

287 george Nakashima Long Bench

Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1958; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira Nakashima Signed “Nakashima October 29, 2003” 32.5”h x 33”w x 30”d

Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1958; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira Nakashima Signed “Nakashima 10-29-03” and “Clarke” 39”h x 24.75”w x 26”d

Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1958; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira Nakashim Signed “Nakashima 10-29-03” and “Clarke” 39”h x 24.75”w x 26”d

Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1958; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira Nakashima Signed “Mira Nakashima October 29, 2003” and “Clarke” 14.5”h x 31” at widest point x 108”long

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

$8,000-10,000

$3,000-5,000


288 George Nakashima Dining table

289 george Nakashima 3-door cabinet

Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1955 28.25”h x 73” x 53.75”

Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1955; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira Nakashima 32”h x 23.5”at widest point x 84”l

$10,000-15,000

$8,000-12,000

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290 Jules Engel Untitled Circa 1962 Gouache on paper Signed lower right 28” x 18” $2,000-3,000


291 george Nakashima Pair of table lamps Nakashima Studio, designed circa 1955; this example executed 2003 at the Studio by Mira 25.5”h x 13”diameter $5,000-7,000

292 Robert Fritz Group of 3 “Mercury” glass vases (3) Studio, designed circa 1968 Signed “Fritz” Purple 5.5”h x 6”diameter; Grey 4.5”h x 4.5”diameter; Blue 8.75”h x 7”diameter

293 Scheier Glazed ceramic bowl Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed 3.5”h x 7”diameter $1,200-1,500

$2,400-3,600

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294 Stan Bitters Large “Bell” pot

295 Stan Bitters Small “Bell” pot with tray

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1962; this example circa 1990 15”h x 31.25”diameter

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1962; these examples circa 1990 Catch tray marked “HSC” and 24” 17”h x 25.5”diameter

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

296 Stan Bitters Pair of large terracotts pots with catch trays Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1960s; these examples circa 1980 Terracotta with maganese oxide Each 18.75”h x 21”diameter

297 Stan Bitters Large “Thumb” pot with tray Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1960s; this example circa 1980 16”h x 18”diameter $1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000

298 Stan Bitters Bamboo container

299 Stan Bitters Cigarette urn

300 Stan Bitters Pair of large vessels

Studio, designed circa 1960s Natural clay with ric blue glaze 32.75”h x 15.75”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1960s Clay with a glaze wash finish 22.5”h x 12”diameter

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,000

Studio, executed circa 1980 Matte black glaze Each with “Bitters” stamped signature 24”h x 25.5”diameter and 23.5” x 25”diameter Originally designed for a hotel in Florida $2,000-3,000

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301 Stan Bitters Hanging planter

302 Stan Bitters Group of three vessels

303 Stan Bitters Small “Thumb” pots with tray (2)

Studio, executed circa 1990s Impressed “426” Approximately 7”h x 13.5”diameter

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1960s; these examples circa 1980 Natural terracotta Each 27”h x 18”diameter

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1960s; these examples circa 1980 Marked “HSC” Each 8”h x 12”diameter

Originally designed for a hotel in Texas

$1,500-2,000

$800-1,000

$2,400-3,600

304 Stan Bitters Pair of small terracotta planters with catch trays Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1960s; these examples circa 1980 Terracotta with maganese oxide Marked “HSC” Each 7.5”h x 11.75”diameter $1,500-2,000

305 Larry de Witt Decorated pot with tray

306 Artist Unknown Yellow glazed pot with “Lobes”

307 Artist Unknown Rectangular yellow rim pot

308 Artist Unknown Small yellow rim pot with tray

Designed circa 1980 11”h x 12” x 11.25”

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1985 Marked “HSC” 9.75”h x 14.5” x 13.75”

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1985 Marked “HSC” 9”h x 20.5” x 15.5”

Hans Sumpf Co, designed circa 1985 Marked “HSC” 7.25”h x 14.5” x 11”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

Larry de Witt worked as an artist at Hans Sumpf in the late 1970s and early 1980s $1,000-1,500


309 Roy Lichtenstein “Peace through Chemistry” 1970 Color lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #30 of 100 Image: 24” x 14” Printed at Gemini G.E.L. $4,000-6,000

143


310 Verner Panton “Spiral” hanging lamp (model SP1) J. Luber AG, designed 1969 Suspends approximately 72” $5,000-7,000


311 Martin Visser Wicker side chair

312 Hans Bellman Tripod table

313 Greta von Nessen “Anywhere” lamp

314 Arne Norell “Safari” chair

Spectrum, designed 1960 27.5”h x 23.75”w x 27”d

Knoll, designed 1947 21.25”h x 23.75”diameter

Nessen Studios, designed 1952 15”h x 16”w”

Norell Mobel, designed 1964 27.5”h x 26.75”w x 26”d

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,000

Literature: 1 0 0 0

$1,000-1,500

Lights 1 8 7 8 to 1 95 9,

Taschen, 2 0 05

$1,000-1,500

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315 Albert Parvin Credenza

316 Verner Panton Pair of wall lamps

317 Brazillian Rosewood table

318 In the style of Fritz Henningsen Black leather chair

Albert Parvin Company, designed circa 1955 branded “Ges 1...” and retains Parvin label 30”h x 60”l x 18.5”d

Model no. Fun2 WM J. Luber AG, designed 1964 17”h

Designed circa 1968 12”h x 79”l x 23.5”d

Designed circa 1968 30.5”h x 27”w x 31”d

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-4,000

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,500


319 Ingeborg Ten Haeff “Head: Morella” 1969 Oil on canvas Signed and dated front and verso 48”h x 41” $6,000-8,000

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320 Mathieu Mategot “Jet” tapestry Aubusson Executed circa 1962 Signature and Aubusson insignia lower left; labeled verso #1 of 6 72” x 48” $4,000-6,000


321 Vicke (Viktor) Lindstrand Etched glass vase

322 Arne Norell settee

323 Pierre Guariche, attributed Table lamp

324 Hans J. Wegner Drop leaf table

Orrefors, designed 1936 Signed “Oreffors Lindstrand 1557” with artists cyhper and “A2” 10”h x 7”diameter

Aneby Mobler, designed 1968 29”h x 63”l x 33”d

Diserot, designed 1952 12”h x 15”diameter tions du R egard, 1 9 8 2 , pg 2 5 0 for a

Andreas Tuck, designed 1953 Branded “Andr Tuck Design Hans J. Wegner” 23.5”h x 23.5”w x 28”d (47.5” open)

similar e xample

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

$2,500-3,500

Literature: Les

Annees 5 0, Bon y, Edi -

$2,000-3,000

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325 Richard Hutten & Bertjan Pot “Sexy Relaxy” chair Studio, 2006 Spun carbon fiber One of only three examples constructed by hand 29.5” x 23.5” x 30” Exhibited: “NLA: Netherlands to Los Angeles”, Acme Gallery, Los Angeles, April-May 2006 $20,000-30,000

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326 Gertrud & Otto Natzler Tall vase

327 Gertrud & Otto Natzler Double curved bowl

Studio, executed 1962 Turquoise crater glaze Signed and with label “MO42” 14”h

Studio, executed 1964 Vert de Lune glaze Signed and with label “N037” 5”h x 6”diameter

$15,000-20,000

$4,000-6,000

Detail of signature for Lot #328


328 Gertrud & Otto Natzler Rare ceramic form (Jug)

329 Gertrud & Otto Natzler ceramic bowl

330 Gertrud & Otto Natzler ceramic bowl

331 Gertrud & Otto Natzler ceramic bowl with foot

Studio, executed circa 1939-41 Chartreuse glaze Signed “G+O Natzler” 8.75”h x 6.5”diameter

Studio, executed circa 1941 Chartreuse glaze Signed “Natzler” 2.125” x 8.25”

Studio, executed circa 1950 Greyish green glaze Signed “Natzler” 3”h x 8.25”diameter

Studio, executed 1960 Light and dark brown glaze Signed with label “K978” 3.25”h x 6”diameter

$6,000-8,000

$5,000-7,000

$4,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000

332 Gertrud & Otto Natzler Small ceramic Bowl Studio, executed circa 1960 Brown glaze with melt fissure Signed “Natzler” 1”h x 4.5”diameter $1,000-1,500

153


21 Nanna & Jorgen Ditzel Hanging chair R. Wengler, designed 1959 50”h $3,000-5,000

333 Italian Triennale lamp Arredoluce, designed 1954 Stamped “Made in Italy Arredoluce” 72”h $4,000-6,000

334 Daven Joy Pair of cabinets Park Furniture, designed 1993 Each 36”h x 18.25” x 18.25” $4,000-6,000

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335 Harry Bertoia Group of 6 chairs

336 florence knoll pair of tables

337 George Nelson Blanket chest

338 Herbert Krenchel Group of 5 “Krenit” bowls

Knoll, designed 1956 Retains Knoll labels Each 30.5”h x 20.5”w x 21.5”d

Knoll, designed 1952 Each 28”h x 34.5”w x 34.5”d

Herman Miller, designed 1952 21.5”h x 30 x 48”

Torben Orskov & Co, designed 1953 Enameled steel Signed “Krenit Denmark” Largest 6”h x 9.75”diameter

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000

Literature: The

Herman Miller C ollec-

tion, 1 95 2 , pg 5 0 - 5 1

$2,000-3,000

$600-800


339 Florence Knoll, attributed Chrome table with slate top Designed circa 1950 15.5”h x 35.5”l x 22”d $2,000-3,000

340 Russel Wright “Metropolitan Museum of Art” flatware set

341 Russel Wright “Casual China” dinnerware

Designed 1982 Silver Stamped “MMA” Comprised of 54 pieces

Iroquois China Company, designed 1946-51 Charcoal gray, sky blue & sugar white glazes Each marked

$5,000-7,000

$2,000-3,000

Comprised of a teapot, carafe, stacking sugar & creamer, stacking salt & pepper, covered butter dish, mug, large covered divided casserole dish, medium covered casserole dish, large bowl, 5 soup bowls, 4 dessert bowls, 11 medium dessert bowls, 12 dinner plates, 7 salad plates, 2 desert plates, 5 bread & butter plates, 7 cups and 9 saucers

157

342 florence knoll couch Knoll, designed 1947 27”h x 81”l x 34”d $2,000-3,000


343 Ettore Sottsass “Golden Eye” table Custom, executed 1984 Plychromed and turned wood with marble top 31”h x 76”l x 33.5”d Only two examples of this table were made. Exhibited: New

Yor k , C ooper - Hewitt

N ational D esign Museum, Smithsonian I nstitution, November 1 9 85 - Febru ary 1 9 8 6

Provenance: Private

Collection, Italy

( ac q uired from the artist ) ; Private C ollection , California (C hristies New Yor k , May 2 0 0 0)

$40,000-60,000

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344 Ettore Sottsass Hand made enameled vase Bucci for Il Sestante, executed 1958 Marked “Il Sestante II/II” 18.75”h Only two of these vases were produced, the other is believed to have been kept by Sottsass $15,000-20,000


345 Ettore Sottsass Hand made enameled vase

346 Ettore Sottsass Hand made enameled vase

Bucci for Il Sestante, executed 1958 Marked “Il Sestante” 8.5”h

Bucci for Il Sestante, executed 1958 Marked “Il Sestante” 12.5”h

$10,000-15,000

$10,000-15,000

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347 Ettore Sottsass “Palm Springs” dining table Memphis, designed 1984 Root wood with “Abet Laminati” plastic laminate Retains tag 29”h x 84”l x 39”w $4,000-6,000


348 Arata Isozaki Group of 10 “Marilyn” chairs Sunar Hauserman, designed 1972 Labeled “Craftwood Products” Each 55”h x 21.5”w x 23”d $8,000-10,000

163


349 Ettore Sottsass “Altair” glass vase Toso Vetri d’Arte for Memphis, designed 1982 Signed “Memphis Made in Italy by Toso Vetri d’Arte” 16.5”h x 8.5”diameter Exhibited: “E ttore

S ottsass ”, Los

Angeles C ount y M useum of A rt, march - J une, 2006

Illustrated: Ettore

Sottsass : A rchitect

and D esigner , L abaco, 2008, pg 1 1 0

$2,000-3,000


350 Ettore Sottsass “neobule” glass vase

351 Ettore Sottsass “Basilissa” glass vase

Memphis Milano, designed 1986 Signed “E. Sottsass per Memphis Milano” 22.25”h x 10”diameter

Vistosi, designed 1974 Signed “E. Sottsass” with edition number #53 of 250 9.5”h x 8.75”diameter

$3,000-5,000

Exhibited: “ Ettore

S ottsass” , Los

Angeles Count y Museum of Art, march - June , 2 0 0 6

Illustrated: Ettore

Sottsass : Architect

and D esigner , L abaco, 2 0 0 8 , pg 76

$2,000-3,000

165


352 Charles & Ray Eames Desk and chair

353 Annie Leibovitz “Woody Allen”

Model no. ESU D-20-C Herman Miller, designed 1951 Desk 29”h x 60”l x 28”d; Return 26”h x 47”l x 15.75”d

Color photograph 14” x 14”

$3,000-5,000

$2,500-3,500


354 Michel Cadestin & Georges Laurent French leather chairs (6) Teda, designed circa 1970 for the Pompidou Centre, Paris Each 29.25”h x 22”w x 21.5”d $4,000-6,000

167


355 Mid Century Modern Wood screen

356 Rispal Floor lamp

357 Charlotte Perriand Group of 6 stacking chairs

358 Odelberg Olsen Adjustable chair

Designed circa 1950 Approximately 51”h

Designed circa 1950 64”h

Designed circa 1960 Each 31”h x 19.75”w x 25”d

Literature: 1 0 0 0

$2,800-3,500

Distributed in the US by Knoll, designed circa 1948 31”h x 15”w x 18.5”d

$1,500-2,500

Lights 1 8 7 8 to 1 95 9,

Taschen, 2 0 05 , pg 4 1 8 - 1 9

$5,000-7,000

331 Edward Fields Rug 1973 Virgin wool Signed verso 67” x 127” $3,000-5,000

$2,000-3,000


359 Mathieu Mategot “Lumiere Aquatique” tapestry Aubusson Executed circa 1962 Signed lower left; label verso #2 of 6 67” x 85.5” $4,000-6,000

169


360 Pablo Picasso “Face” turned pitcher (AR 288) 1955 White earthenware clay decorated with red and black glaze Signed “Edition Picasso Madoura” From an edition of 500 12”h x 5.5”diameter Literature: Picasso :

A C atalogue of the

Edited Ceramic Works 194 7-197 1 , Alain R amie , M adoura

$5,000-7,000


361 Pablo Picasso “White owl on red ground” turned round dish (AR395) 1957 Red earthenware charger painted in white and black Edition Picasso and Madoura pottery stamps verso Edition of 200 17.5”diameter Literature: P icasso:

A Catalogue of the

362 Pablo Picasso “Visage” pendant Madoura, originally cast in 1950 Silver Stamped “Madoura Impreinte Originale Picasso 1.5”diameter Literature: Picasso

Das Plastiche

W er ks, Werner S pies

$3,000-5,000

E dited C eramic Wor ks 1 9 4 7- 1 9 7 1 , Alain R amie , Madoura

$10,000-15,000

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363 Pablo Picasso “Grey engraved pitcher” (AR 246) 1954 White earthenware clay with black, white and grey patina Signed “Edition Picasso” with Madoura and D’Apres Picasso impression From an edition of 500 11”h x 10” x 7”

Literature: P icasso:

A Catalogue of the

E dited C eramic Works 1 9 4 7- 1 9 7 1 , Alain R amie , Madoura

$12,000-15,000

298 Andy Warhol “Birmingham Race Riot” (from “Ten works by Ten Painters”) 1964 Color screenprint Edition 348 of 500 Published by Ives-Sillman, CT 20” x 24” $5,000-6,000


364 Pablo Picasso “Little wood-owl”

365 Pablo Picasso “Bull” turned round bowl (AR177)

1949 Signed “D’ Apres Picasso Madoura” Edition of 200 5.25”h x 6” x 5”

1952 White earthenware clay with oxidized paraffin decoration Signed “Edition Picasso” with Madoura and “D’Artes Picasso” impressions 2”h x 6”diameter

Literature: Picasso

C eramista

$9,000-12,000

$1,200-1,500

366 Pablo Picasso “Raphael et la Fornarina VII: Le Pape esta la Assis”

367 Pablo Picasso “Les saltimbanques, cannes”

1968 Etching Signed with Atelier stamp lower right Edition of 50 plus proofs Image 11.75” x 20.25”

1958 Lithograph Signed with Atelier stamp lower right; annotated “e’preuve d’essasi” in pencil lower left Image 8.5” x 8.75”

$6,000-8,000

$3,000-5,000

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368 Jim Dine “Multicolored Robe for the Seoul Olympics” 1988 Lithograph Signed and numbered in pencil #205 of 300 35” x 27” $1,800-2,500

369 Karl Appel Untitled

370 Alessandro Mendini Pair of chairs

371 Herman Miller Coffee table

1971 Signed lower right; edition lower left #3 of 120 Image: 25” x 18”

Studio Alchymia, designed 1980 Each 29.5”h x 16” x 15”

Designed circa 1965 14.5”h x 58.75”l x 23.5”d

$4,000-5,000

$1,500-2,500

$900-1,500


372 Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm Lounge table Alfred Kill International, designed circa 1966 14.75”h x 38.25” x 38.25”

373 Danish Modern Pair of office chairs

374 Arne Norell Lounge chair and ottoman

375 illum wikkelsoe sculpted table

Designed circa 1955 Mobler Danmark tag Each 32.75”h x 23.5”w x 20”d

Norell Mobel, designed 1968 Chair: 35”h x 34.5”w x 40”d; Ottoman: 16.5”h x 29.5” x 22”

Designed circa 1965 17.75”h x 42.5”d

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

$2,500-3,500

$3,000-5,000

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376 Isamu Noguchi Untitled

In the Spring of 1952, Noguchi moved back

Executed 1952-53, Kamakura, Japan Terracotta ceramic 7.25” x 7”

settled into a 200 year old home that Rosan-

This sculpture will be included in the catalogue raisonne on the artist published by the Isamu Noguchi Foundation. Literature: ( 1 ) I samu noguchi: a sculptor’s world,

to Japan where he worked on his design proposal for a memorial for Hiroshima. He jin Kitaoji, the famous ceramicist, offered for Noguchi and his new wife to live. “I made all kinds of sculptures and other objects, using the clay Rosanjin san gave me. These were fired in his kiln. Also, I took

noguchi, harper & row, 1 9 6 8 , pgs 3 2-3 5

a trip south to ‘Imbe’ with my patron to use

and ( 2 ) “ the ceramic Sculpture of

the famous earth of Bizen in the workshop

isamu noguchi” by Bruce altshuler

of Kaneshige Toyo. The results of these

( an essay that appeared in isamu

two firings constituted a large exhibition at

noguchi and k itaojin rosanjin, to kyo :

the newly built Modern Museum in nearby Kamakura.”1

se zon musuem of art, 1 9 9 6 )

Provenance: D onald D es k e y, New Yor k ; Private Collection , California ( B utterfield 1 9 9 8)

$100,000-125,000

Indeed, Noguchi showed 119 ceramic works at this one-man show from September 23 thru October 19, 1952 at the Museum of Modern Art Kamakura. The sculptures created during this period displayed a certain level of playfulness and spontaneity that was different than his earlier (technically challenging or studied) works. “To a surprising extent he freed himself of his prior artistic vocabulary, for only a small percentage of the Kamakura pieces utilize the imagery of Noguchi’s earlier sculpture. For the hints given in the pieces at Mitsukoshi {reference to an August 1950 exhibition} here explode in all directions, from rough platters and primitivistic figurines to large abstract forms and dramatic evocations of the body.”2 Shortly after the show, Noguchi shipped the vast majority of the remaining work to New York. “When we returned to New York in the summer of 1954 my immediate concern was to arrange for an exhibition of the ceramics which had remained in storage since I had sent them from Japan. Fortunately the Stable Gallery offered to show them in November.”1 After his return to New York, Noguchi only did one other ceramic piece in his career (a prototype for a cup and saucer that was never put into production). We believe that this ceramic sculpture was fired during this brief period near Kamakura using Rosanjin’s kiln. Further, one would assume that it was part of the exhibition at the Stable Gallery in November of 1954, where Donald Deskey could have easily purchased it. “The time that Noguchi spent in Kita Kamakura on Rosanjin’s property was unique in his experience, and it yielded a group of sculptures like no other in his career.”2

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377 Toshiko Takaezu glazed ceramic Rattle Stool

378 Toshiko Takaezu glazed ceramic Rattle Vessel

Studio, circa 1980 Signed “TT” 15.5” x 14” x 13”

Studio, circa 1980 Signed “TT” 11.5”h

$8,000-12,000

$4,000-6,000


379 Isamu Noguchi “Black Sun” maquette sculpture 1969-1970 Iron with rust patina From the total edition of 57 including proofs 5”diameter x 1.75”w (9.5”h on stand) The Seattle Art Museum commissioned Noguchi to make a 9 foot diameter “Black Sun” in black Brazilian Granite as well as 50 maquettes cast in iron. Provenance::

Isamu N oguchi ; S eattle

Art Museum; Private collection (gift of the Seattle Art M useum in 1970)

$5,000-7,000

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380 Arnoldo Pomodoro Patinated bronze box and cover Il Sestante, designed circa 1960s Stamped “Pomodoro Il Sestante” and retains Il Sestante sticker 1.75”h x 5.75”w x 3”d $3,000-5,000


381 Paul Wunderlich Minotaurus 1977 Signed with edition number #406 of 2000 30.25�h $2,000-3,000

181


382 Isamu Noguchi Rudder coffee table Model no. IN-52 Herman Miller, designed 1949 This example had a plastic laminate added at a later time. 15.75”h x 36” x 50” $4,000-6,000


383 George Nelson Freeform coffee table

384 George Nelson “Half-Nelson” table lamp

385 George Nelson Roll top desk

386 George Nelson Fire tool set

Model no. 4696 Herman Miller, designed 1947 16”h x 46” x 25.5”

Koch & Lowy, designed 1960 20.75”h

Herman Miller, designed 1961-64 Herman Miller metal medallion 33”h x 66”l x 32.5”d

Howard Miller, designed 1952 34”h

$3,000-5,000

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,000

$3,000-5,000

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387 Shiro Kuramata Group of 3 “Flower #1” vases Ishimaru Ltd, designed 1989 Each 9”h x 3.25” x 3.25” Sold with original boxes $3,500-4,500

388 Shiro Kuramata “Sealing of Roses” acrylic sculpture Kuramata Design Office, designed 1989 7” x 7” x 2” $3,000-4,000


389 Shiro Kuramata “Apple Honey” chair

389 Shiro Kuramata Side chair

UMS Pastoe, designed 1987 31”h x 17.75”w x 20”d

Ishimaru Ltd, designed 1987 28”h x 19”w x 22”d

$3,000-4,000

$2,000-3,000

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391 George Nelson “Kite” clock

392 George Nelson “Pretzel” clock

393 George Nelson “Spool” clock

394 George Nelson “Petal” clock

Howard Miller, designed 1953 Howard Miller label verso 16.75” x 21.5”

Howard Miller, designed 1952 Howard Miller label verso 17”diameter

Howard Miller, designed 1957 Howard Miller label verso 22.5”diameter

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,500

$800-1,200

Model no. 2285 Howard Miller, designed 1952 Howard Miller label verso 17.5”diameter $1,000-1,500


395 George Nelson Stick Clock (chrome)

396 George Nelson “Block” clock

397 George Nelson Multi color “Spike” clock

398 George Nelson “Ball” clock

Howard Miller, designed 1957 Howard Miller label verso 24”diameter

Model no. 4755 Howard Miller, designed 1952 Howard Miller label verso 11.25”diameter

Model no. 2202 Howard Miller, designed 1948 Howard Miller label verso 18”diameter

Model no. 4755 Howard Miller, designed 1948 Howard Miller label verso 43”diameter

$600-800

$800-1,200

$500-700

$600-900

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399 Sam Francis “An Other Set - X” (from the Pasadena Box) 1964 Lithograph in colors mounted on Shirakawa rice paper mounted on silk roll Signed lower left of center and numbered lower center Edition of 100 plus artist & trial proofs Image 31” x 18.5” $5,000-7,000

400 Sam Francis Untitled 1986 Aquatint in 13 colors Signed right and numbered left (under image); publishers chop lower right #29 of 30 Image 6.875” x 5.875” $3,000-4,000


401 Michele de Lucchi Group of “First” chairs (10) Memphis Milano, designed 1983 Each 36”h x 25.5”w x 21”d $6,000-8,000

189


402 Paul Laszlo Chest of drawers

403 Paul Laszlo Chest of drawers

Brown Saltman, designed circa 1940 33.25”h x 59”l x 18.5”d

Brown Saltman, designed circa 1940 33.25”h x 59”l x 18.5”d

$3,000-4,000

$3,000-4,000

404 Paul Laszlo Pair of nightstands and headboard (not illustrated) Brown Saltman, designed circa 1940 Retains labels Each 20”h x 21”w x 18”d $1,500-2,000

405 Barovier Pair of glass lamps Designed circa 1955 Approximately 22”h $2,000-3,000


406 Paul Laszlo Coffee table

407 Mid Century Modern Pair of parsons style end tables

408 American Modern Pair of table lamps

Custom, designed circa 1952 Cork top with glass insert 17”h x 57” x 27”

Designed circa 1950 Each 22.5”h x 25.5” x 25.5”

Possibly by Hansen, designed circa 1970s Approximately 25”h

$8,000-12,000

$3,000-5,000

$1,500-2,000

191


409 Dale Chihuly Glass bowl Studio, Executed 1983 Signed “Chihuly 1983” 15”h x 23”wide $10,000-15,000


410 Rudy Autio Sculpture Studio, 1974 Signed and dated 23”h x 13”w x 10.5”d Provenance: Mrs. Florence Morrison (purchased from the artist in 1974); thence by decent $10,000-15,000

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411 Carl Aubock Brass and wrought iron fire tools Model no. 4078 Designed circa 1957 20”h”

412 Gino Sarafatti, attributed Wall lamp

413 Mathieu Mategot Pair of occasional tables

Possibly Arteluce, designed circa 1954 Adjustable

Designed circa 1955 Black 16”h x 13” x 9.25” Yellow 16.75”h x 14.5” x 10.75”

414 Herbert Matter Untitled (Image of a Calder mobile)

statte C arl Aubock: 1925 -1975 , 2 0 0 4 ,

Circa 1950 Stamp verso “Photograph by Herbert Matter” and various annotations in pencil 10” x 8.25”

pg E/05

$700-900

Literature: Die

Kataloge der W er k-

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000

$800-1,000


415 Fletcher Benton Maquette for “Table/Wedge #1” From his “Balanced/Unbalanced” series Studio, 1980-1983 Label verso “Table/Wedge #1...3/4” scale 14.25”h x 4.25” x 4” Benton created the “Balanced/Unbalanced” series in the 1980s in which cylinders, rings and similar forms animate the severe planes of a circle. Literature: The

New C onstructivism of F letcher Benton , Neubert, Acatos, 2004

$3,000-5,000

195


416 Melchiorre Bega & Mario Gottardi Group of 6 side chairs

417 Angelo Lelli “Cobra” light

418 Gio Ponti, attributed Desk

419 mid century modern Hanging light

Designed circa 1950 37.5”h x 19”w x 21”d

Model no. 12919 Arredoluce, designed 1962 25”h, base 4.5”diameter

M. Singer & Sons, designed circa 1950s Retains label 29.25”h x 53.75” at widest x 26”d

Venini Murano, designed circa 1955 13.5”h

Literature: 1 0 0 0

$2,000-3,000

$2,500-3,500

Lights V 2 , Taschen ,

2 0 05 , pg 1 9 8

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,000


420 Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni “Tubino” desk light

421 Vallenti Group of 3 enamel vases

422 Italian Colored glass set (3)

423 Gio Ponti “Superleggera” chair

Flos, designed 1951 11.5”h

Designed circa 1950s Each signed “Vallenti Italy” Blue one 11.25”h x 4”diameter

Cassina, designed 1957 33.5”h x 17”w x 20”d

$1,500-2,000

$800-1,000

Designed circa 1962 Challice has a sticker “Made in Italy 7055” Plate 1.5”h x 8.25”diameter

$800-1,000

$1,500-2,000

197


424 Gambone Large ceramic plate Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” 1.5”h x 16.75”diameter Provenance:

Arthur Elrod, Palm S prings;

P rivate C ollection, los angeles

$3,500-5,000

250 Yngve Ekstrom Lounge chair and ottoman Designed circa 1970 Branded signature Chair 40”h x 27.5”w x 31.5”d; ottoman 19”h x 23.5”w x 17” $1,000-1,500


425 Gambone Glazed ceramic “Bird”

426 Gambone Tall ceramic vase

427 Fantoni Metal vase

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Gambone Italy” 10”h x 15.5” x 13.25”

Studio, designed 1955 13”h

Raymor, designed circa 1968 Signed “Fantoni Frienze Raymor Italy” 16”h x 4.5”diameter

$2,000-4,000

S prings; Private Collection , los

Provenance:

Arthur Elrod, Palm

$1,000-1,500

angeles

$1,000-1,500

199


428 Takashi Murakami “Monogram Multicolore-black” 2007 Editioned canvas on chassis With Certificate of Authenticity #18 of 100 16” x 16” $18,000-20,000


429 Milo Baughman Cabinet Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1965 36”h x 66”w x 16”d $4,000-6,000

201


430 Poalo Buffa, attributed Buffet cabinet Designed circa 1950 37.5”h x 91.5”l x 17.75”d $3,000-5,000


431 Piero Fornasetti Coffee table

432 Piero Fornasetti Side table

433 Mid Century Modern Group of 3 Italian bowls

434 Fantoni Pair of vases

Designed circa 1950s 16.75”h x 19.5” x 39”

Designed circa 1950s 22”h x 14.25”diameter

$2,500-3,500

$1,200-1,500

Raymor, designed circa 1955 Signed Raymor Tray 1.75”h x 10.25” x 5.25”

Raymor, designed circa 1955 Each signed “Fantoni Italy for Raymor” Vase: 4.5”h x 7”diameter; and 10”h x 8.5” x 3”

$400-600

$600-800

203


435 Paul McCobb Serving console

436 Paul McCobb Pair of stools with orange fabric

437 Paul McCobb Side table with cane shelf

Calvin, designed 1956 34”h x 36”l x 18”d

Calvin, designed 1956 Each 15.25”h x 20.5” x 20.5”

Calvin, designed 1956 19”h x 28” x 24”

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,000

$400-600

438 Paul McCobb Pair of square tables with marble tops Calvin, designed 1956 Retains Calvin tag Each 24.5”h x 20” x 20” $2,500-3,500

439 Paul McCobb console Calvin, designed 1956 33.5”h x 36”l x 18”d $800-1,200

440 Paul McCobb Pair of square tables with leather top and cane shelf Calvin, designed 1956 Each 15.25”h x 20.5” x 20.5” $2,000-3,000


441 Paul McCobb Dining table and 10 chairs (8 side and 2 arm) Calvin, designed 1956 Table 29”h x 62.5” x 41” Chairs 36”h x 18.5”w x 23”d Extra extensions not illustrated

442 Paul McCobb Group of 4 lounge chairs

443 Paul McCobb Chest of drawers

444 Paul McCobb Jewelry cabinet

Calvin, designed 1952 Each 31”h x 24”w x 25”d

Calvin, designed 1956 46.5”h x 36”l x 16”d

Winchendon, designed 1950 6”h x 36” x 12.25”

$2,500-3,500

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,000

$2,500-3,500

205


445 James Prestini Construction #208 Studio, executed 1968 Polished plated steel Stamped “Prestini 208” 12”h x 24”w Provenance: James

P restini ; Creative

Eq uit y Foundation ( Prestini’s foundation) ; Private C ollection, California

$3,000-5,000


446 Wiwen Nilsson Pair of necklaces

447 Luciano Annichini “Eco” table lamp

Lund, designed 1941-46 Sterling Silver & crystal

Artemide, designed 1972 14”h x 20”l

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

448 Shiro Kuramata Pair of “K-series OBA-Q” table lights Yamagiwa, designed 1972 Approximately 17.5”h $2,500-3,500

449 Tapio Wirkkala Rare “Jaavuori” or Iceberg vase Model no. 3825 Iittala Glassworks, designed 1955 Still-mold blown crystal, cut Etched “Tapio Wirkkala Iittala 55” 8.5”h x 7.5” Literature: Tapio

W irkkala: Ey e, H and

and T hought, Marianne A av, M useum of A rt & Design, Helsink i , 2000, pg 82

$3,000-4,000

207


450 Claude Conover “Teul” ceramic vessel Studio, designed circa 1961 Glazed ceramic vessel with textured pattern Signed and titled verso 20”h x 15”diameter $4,000-5,000


451 Vija Celmins “Ocean with Cross #1” 2005 Screenprint Signed lower right; numbered lower left in pencil #8 of 108 Image 22.75” x 17.5” $8,000-12,000

209


452 Gino Sarfatti “Moon ‘69” table light Arteluce, designed 1969 15.5”h $3,000-5,000


453 Giancarlo Piretti “Plona” chiars (2) Castelli, designed 1970 28”h x 27”w x 21.5”d $2,000-3,000

454 jonathan de Pas, Donato d’Urbino, Paolo Lomazzi & Carla Scolari “Blow” chair in a box Zanotta, designed 1967 Inflatable chair in its original box $1,000-1,500

455 Andre Cazenave Group of 4 rocks

456 Curtis Jere Console

Atelier, designed 1969 Retains label “A. Cazenave Atelier Made in France” Largest 8”h

Studio, designed circa 1970s 31.5”h x 20” x 10” $1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

211


457 Richard Lippold Sculpture (Ritter Commission) Studio, executed 1957 Brass rods tethered with music wire on a plexiglass ceiling mount Hangs approximately 72� $30,000-40,000


458 Al Held Pachinko

459 J. J. P. Oud “Cafe de Unie”

1989 Color woodblock print 26.5” x 33.5”

1925, probably printed in 1948 Stamped verso “Courtesy Museum of Modern Art” with various annotations in pencil 10” x 8.25”

$4,000-6,000

$300-500

460 Luciano Baldessari “Apples and Lemon” and “Untitled” (2)

461 Artist Unknown Museum of Modern Art photograph (Noguchi sculpture)

1943 Pen and ink Signed and dated lower right; 2nd one dedicated 1948 Each 8” x 17”

Circa 1946 Mounted 14” x 7.25” $600-800

$2,000-3,000

213


462 Paul Laszlo Pair of rattan chairs Ficks Reed Co., designed 1948 Cushions not illustrated Each 26”h x 43”w x 38.5”d $8,000-12,000


463 Paul Laszlo Rattan sofa

464 Paul Laszlo 3-piece rattan sofa

Ficks Reed Co., designed 1948 31.5”h x 85”l x 46”d

Ficks Reed Co., designed 1948 Retains tag “Ficks Reed Co” 32.5”h x 79”l x 42.5”d

$5,000-7,000

$3,000-5,000

215

432 Niki de Saint Phalle “Nana” 1968 Signed Marlo Plastics Approximately 19” x 19” $600-800

433 Sam Francis Untitled 1994 Sugarlift and spitbite aquatint Signed and numbered in pencil #16 of 25 16.5” x 32.75” $5,000-8,000


465 Rong Rong “1997 No. 4 (1) Beijing” 1997 Hand dyed black and white photograph Signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil Image 39.5” x 39.5” $20,000-30,000


466 Gerald McCabe Dining table

467 Jean Gillion Chair and ottoman

468 in the style of ilmari tapiovaaraA side chair

469 Artist Unknown Round coffee table

Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1970 Retains brand 29”h x 36.5”w x 60”l

Wood Art Brazil, designed circa 1965 32.5”h x 35”w x 43”d

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1968 26”h x 18”w x 20”d

Forms & Surfaces, designed 1968 17.5”h x 41.75”diameter

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000

$300-400

$2,000-2,500

217


470 Hans J. Wegner 3-seater couch Getama, designed 1960 Branded “Getama Gested Design Hans Wegner” 28.5”h x 71.5”w xl 33”d $2,500-3,500


471 Borge Mogensen Group of 6 armchairs and table

472 Hans J. Wegner Sawback chair

473 Severin Hansen Nesting tables

Karl Andersons, designed circa 1955 Branded “Karl Andersons Made in Sweden, Design Borge Morgensen” Chairs: 29”h x 24.75”w x 19”d; Table: 28.5”h x 51”diameter Leaves not illustrated

Model no. CH28 Carl Hansen & Son, designed 1951 29.5”h x 29”w x 28”d

Haslev, designed circa 1960s Marked “NY Bolig” with Danish Control tag Largest 18.5”h x 12.5”d x 43.25”l

$3,000-5,000

$1,800-2,000

$3,000-5,000

219


474 Charles Arnoldi Untitled (rug)

475 Charles Arnoldi Untitled

476 Charles Arnoldi Untitled

477 Charles Arnoldi Untitled

1987 Name and date verso 96” x 82”

1983 LIthograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #59 of 70 46”h x 36”

1983 Lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #22 of 45 24”h x 36.5”

1983 Lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #22 of 35 24”h x 36.5”

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

$7,000-9,000


478 Frank Gehry “Wiggle” chair

479 Frank Gehry “Wiggle” chair

480 Philip Cornelius Glazed ceramic vessel

481 William Quirt Vase

Easy Edges, designed 1972 33.5”h x 17”w x 24”d

Easy Edges, designed 1972 33.5”h x 17”w x 24”d

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

Studio, designed 1970 Signed “Cornelius” 7.5”h x 5.5”diameter

Studio, executed circa 1962 With artists cypher 8”h x 5.75”diameter

$800-1,200

$600-800

221


482 Raymond Pettibone Use the Moon

483 Raphael Soyer “Flower Girl”

Lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #12 of 60 Image 24.5” x 14.5”

1970 Lithograph Signed in pencil lower right #69 of 150 Image 14.5” x 10”

$1,000-1,500

$500-800

484 Raymond Pettibone “And if I come safe to the end of it, I feel like one escaped” Signed lower right; edition lower left #14 of 30 15” x 22” $1,200-1,500

485 pierre-auguste renoir le petite Garcon au Porte-Plume Circa 1990 Lithograph Marked “11393M” lower right Edition of 50 Sheet 18” x 22.75” (paper is trimmed) $2,000-3,000


486 Antonio Bueno Untitled Circa 1958 Oil on wood, signed lower left 12.5” x 9” $2,000-3,000

223


487 Jim Dine “The Sea Behind” 1999 Unique aquatint and woodcut with extensive hand-coloring Numbered, signed and dated lower left #20 of 25 47” x 39.5” $25,000-35,000


488 Robert Venturi Side chair Studio, designed 1984 In 1984 Venturi designed a series of 5 chairs for Knoll (Queen Anne, Chippendale, Empire, Sheraton and Art Deco). This chair is a unique version that was never put into production. $6,000-8,000

225


489 Gaetano Pesce “UP 7” or “Il Piede” (the foot)

490 Studio 65 “Bocca” sofa

491 Mid Century Modern Tri-fluted floor lamp

492 Mid Century Modern Ceiling light

C&B Italia, designed 1969, this example produced later 36”h x 64”l x 24”

Gufram (imported by Stendig), designed 1971 34”h x 80.5”l x 29.5”d

Studio Reggiani, designed circa 1972 73”h

Studio Reggiani, designed circa 1970s Hangs approximately 90”h

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000


493 Bruce Tippet Coat rack Custom designed for Knoll, circa 1968 This example was an early preproduction version constructed of painted wood 75�h x 28�diameter $4,000-6,000

227


494 R.B. Kitaj Boss Tweed

495 David Hazelwood “Between Movement and Sound”

496 kiyoshi saito untitled

1972 Screenprint in 6 colors Signed lower right in pencil 29.5” x 21.875”

1985 Collage 12.5” x 10”

1955 Color woodblock print #270 of 300 Artist’s stamp lower left; edition and date at bottom Image 15.75” x 9.5”

$1,000-2,000

$2,000-3,000

$600-900


497 Helen Frankenthaler “Flotilla”

498 Donald Sultan Mimosa

2006 Screenprint in 73 colors Signed, numbered and dated in pencil lower left; signed in the screen lower right #5 of 120 31” x 37”

2007 Screenprint with 18 colors Signed, dated and numbered in pencil #63 of 108 Sheet 27.5” x 39.5” $2,500-3,500

$7,000-9,000

229


499 John Follis Round planter on stand

500 LaGardo Tackett Planter

Model no. F-09 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Planter 8.5” x 26”

Model no. IN-03 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 16”h x 21”

$500-800

$600-900

501 John Follis Planter with wrought iron stand

502 LaGardo Tackett Planter

503 LaGardo Tackett Tall planter

504 Malcolm Leland Footed planter

Model no. G-25 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Unglazed 17.5”h x 20.5”

Model no. T-102 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 20”h x 10.5”

Model no. T-104 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 26”h x 18”

$500-800

$1,500-2,000

Model no. L-24 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Unglazed 24”h x 17”

$800-1,200

$1,200-1,500


505 LaGardo Tackett Footed planter

506 LaGardo Tackett Planter

507 Paul McCobb Footed planter

Model no. SS-18 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Unglazed 14”h x 17.5”

Model no. IN-01 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Azure glaze 9” x 13”

Model no.M-3 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1970 13”h x 21”

$1,500-2,500

$1,200-1,500

508 LaGardo Tackett Planter

509 LaGardo Tackett Planter

510 LaGardo Tackett Planter

Model no. T-103 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Unglazed 15”h x 21”

Model no. TH-103 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Unglazed 15”h x 21”

Model no. T-103 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Bisque glaze 15” x 21”

$1,200-1,500

$1,200-1,500

$800-1,200

$800-1,200

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511 Malcolm Leland Lantern Model no. 23L Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1951 Red-Orange matte glaze 29.5”h x 10” x 10” $2,500-3,500


512 Isamu Noguchi Childs table

513 Charles & Ray Eames “DCW”

514 Charles & Ray Eames “DCM”

515 Charles & Ray Eames Pair of chairs

Knoll, designed 1955 Retains Knoll label 20”h x 24”diameter

Herman Miller, designed 1945 28.5”h x 19.5”w x 23”d

Herman Miller, designed 1945 28.5”h x 19.5”w x 23”d

Literature: E ames

$300-500

Model no. CKX-1 Herman Miller, designed 1952 Each 31”h x 18.5”w x 22”d

$1,500-2,500

the Office of Charles and Ray Eames,

D esign: The Wor k of

$200-300

N euhart, Abrams, 1 9 8 9

$600-800

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516 florence knoll credenza

517 Kenneth Snelson “Tension” table

518 Willy Rizzo, attributed Coffee table

519 Jerry Griffiths, attributed Work table

Knoll, designed 1958 26”h x 37”l x 18”d

Studio, designed circa 1967 Stainless steel, plastic coated wire and glass 21.5”h x 39”diameter

Designed circa 1972 13.75”h x 31.5”d x 51”l

Shick Johnson, Chicago, designed circa 1965 Marked “Schick Johnson Chicago” 28”h x 34”w x 34”l

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000

$3,000-5,000

$2,000-3,000


520 Gygory Kepes “Moon”

521 Gygory Kepes “Reflections in Blue and Black”

1955 Oil and sand on canvas 36” x 72” Retains Margaret Brown Gallery label verso

1960 Oil and sand Baxter Art Gallery label verso; California Insititute of Techonlogy label verso, lent by Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Park, Santa Monica. And Swetcoff Gallery label 1960 36” x 28.5”

Exhibited: De

C ordova M useum, M A , April 9 - May 1 6 , 1 9 6 5 and the

S chool of the M useum of Fine Arts - Boston , Nov 1 -2 1st, 1 9 6 4 .

$6,000-8,000

$4,000-6,000

235


522 George Nelson Daybed

523 George Nelson Table clock

Herman Miller, designed 1947 28”h x 75”l x 33”d

Model no. 4766 Howard Miller, designed 1950 Howard Miller label verso 7.5”diameter

$1,500-2,000

$700-900

524 Mid Century Modern Rosewood desk & credenza; together with an Eames chair Biltrite and Herman Miller, designed circa 1968 Desk branded “Biltrite Made in Canada Desk: 29” x 72”l x 38”w; credenza: 29”h x 72”l x 20”d; chair 33.5”h x 27”w x 21”d $5,000-7,000


525 Raul Coronel Tile wall plaque

526 Raul Coronel Pair of wall plaques

527 Mid Century Modern Ceramic wall sculpture

Stoneware Designs, designed circa 1965 Glazed ceramic Signed 30.5” x 48.5”

Stoneware Designs, designed circa 1965 Glazed ceramic Each signed Each 24.5” x 30”

Designed circa 1955 22.25” x 15” x 3”

$1,500-2,000

$2,500-3,500

$1,200-1,500

237


The follownig three lots are original attraction posters printed for use in Disneyland park, which first openend in 1955 in Anaheim, California. The large format of these posters was designed to attract a park visitor’s attention from long distances. Each production run was only produced once. Reproductions of these graphic posters can still be seen around the park, but most have been redesigned and resized.

528 Disneyland Poster “People Mover”

529 Disneyland Poster “Circarama”

530 Disneyland Poster “Peter Pan”

1967 54” x 36”

1955 54” x 36”

1955 54” x 36”

$4,000-6,000

$5,000-7,000

$4,000-6,000


531 Charles & Ray Eames Storage cabinet

532 Maurice Martine Unique Side table

533 Charles & Ray Eames Folding table

534 Pierre Paulin “Oyster” chair

Model no. ESU 201-C Herman Miller, designed 1950 32.5”h x 16”d x 47”l

Studio, designed circa 1976 16”h x 24”l x 18”

Model no. DTM-1 Herman Miller, designed 1947 28.75”h x 34”w x 54”l

Model no. F157 Artifort, designed 1955; this example from 1960-79 30”h x 31.5”w x 27”d

Literature: Eames

Design : T he Wor k of

the O ffice of Charles and Ray Eames, Neuhart, A brams, 1989

$4,000-6,000

Provenance: Maurice Martine; Private Collection $1,500-2,000

Literature: Eames

D esign: The Wor k of

the Office of Charles and Ray Eames,

$2,000-3,000

N euhart, Abrams, 1 9 8 9

$2,000-3,000

239


535 Vivika & Otto Heino Glazed ceramic vessel

536 Vivika & Otto Heino Vase with handles

537 Vivika & Otto Heino Plaque

538 Vivika & Otto Heino Vase with cover

Studio, executed 1983 Signed “Vivika + Otto” Approximately 11” x 11”

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vivika + Otto” 11”diameter x 9.5”h

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vivika + Otto” 12” x 12”

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vivika + Otto” 12”diameter x 9.75”h

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

$1,200-1,500

$2,000-3,000


539 Vivika & Otto Heino Bowl with fish design

540 Vivika & Otto Heino Spotted vase

541 Vivika & Otto Heino Early Vase

542 Vivika & Otto Heino Bowl with dragonflies

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vivika + Otto” 10”diameter x 6.5”h

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vivika + Otto” 6”diameter x 4”h

Studio, designed circa 1948 Signed “Vivika and Otto” 7”h x 5”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1955 Signed “Vivika + Otto” 5.5” x 7” x 5.5”h

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

241


543 Edward Wormley Dining table and four chairs (leaves not illustrated) Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Table 29.5”h x 60”l x 42”; Chairs 33”h x 19.25” x 21” $2,500-3,500

544 June Schwarcz Metal vase

545 Mid Century Modern Wall lamp

Executed circa 1982 6.5”h x 8.5”diameter

Stilnovo, designed circa 1955 48” x 30” x 10”

$2,500-3,500

$3,000-5,000


546 Henry Moore “Mother and Child Studies and Reclining Figure”

547 Stephani Gruenberg Glazed ceramic sculpture (woman)

1977 Lithograph Inscribed “AP” in pencil at right; studio stamp verso; studio chop mark lower left; studio embossing lower right Artist Proof Sheet 22.75” x 19.5”

Studio, circa 1968 24”h x 12”diameter $1,500-2,000

548 Guy Dill “Drift I”, “Drift 2” and “Drift 3” (3)

549 Edoardo Villa Owl

2005 Lithograph #4, #6 and #7 of 25 Each 11” x 15”

1995 Bronze Stamped signature and date 20.875”

$1,600-2,500

$5,000-8,000

$2,400-3,500

243


550 Jan Ekselius Pair of “Jan” chairs with ottomans Stendig, designed 1970 Chair: 31”h x 25”w x 42”l; Ottoman: 16.5”h x 25” x 20” $2,000-3,000

551 Bill Curry Pair of Copper plated stem lights

552 Mario Botta Pair of “shogun” sconces

553 Philippe Starck “Pointus” flatware (48 pieces)

Design Line, designed circa 1965 12”h x 13”

Artemide, designed 1986 Stamped “Shogun Design Mario Botta Artemide” Each approximately 15”h x 11”d

Designed 1986 Comprised of 12 each dinner fork, dinner knives, spoons and teaspoons

$1,500-2,000

331

$600-800

Literature: Starck , $2,000-3,000

Taschen , 2000, pg


554 Aristides Burton Demetrios Untitled sculpture (from the “Minimax-Stax” series) Executed circa 1970-75 Stamped signature in the base 19”h x 4.25” x 4.25

555 Robert Sonneman Floor lamp Sonneman, designed circa 1982 73”h $1,500-2,500

Demetrios, an American Modernist sculptor is known for his large metal works. Another work, “Wind Harp”, stands 92 feet tall and was designed to make other-worldly sounds when the wind blows. The work sold here was considered for a fountain and lead to his realized work titled “Park Plaza”. $1,500-2,000

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556 Wishon Harrell Glazed ceramic vase

557 Willett Studio Lidded ceramic vessel

558 Mid Century Modern Anonymous large covered vase

Studio, circa 1965 Signed “Wishon Harrell” 11.5” x 10”diameter

Studio, circa 1965 12.25”h x 9”w

Executed circa 1958 No markings 13”h x 11.5”diameter

$800-1,000

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

559 Joel Edwards Glazed ceramic vessel

560 Littlejohn Pair of glazed ceramics

Studio, designed circa 1960 Signed “Edwards” and “m2” 6.75”h x 5.75”

Studio, circa 1965 One signed “Littlejohn” Tallest 7.5”h x 5.5”diameter; and 6.5”h x 5.5”diameter

$600-900

$500-700


561 John Bennett Pair of totems Hans Sumpf Co, Executed in 1972 for a Santa Monica Medical Plaza Glazed earthenware in a high-bas relief Each row 108”h x 12” Sold with a copy of a brochure on Bennett’s murals for Hans Sumpf $3,000-5,000

24 7


562 Various Artists Group of Museum of Modern Art “Good Design” photographs (9) Circa 1946 4 photographs with MoMa “spec” sheet; 2 with manufacturers info verso Eight images are 10” x 8.25”; one is 5.25” x 6.25” $900-1,200

563 Max Bill Wall clock

564 Florence Knoll Pair of table lamps

565 Charles Eames Leg Splint

Junghaus, designed 1957

Knoll, designed 1967 Italian Cremo marble base Each 24”h x 3.5” x 3.5”

Evans Products, designed 1941-42 Retains original Evans packaging

$1,500-2,500

the Office of Charles and R ay E ames,

$600-800

Literature: Eames

D esign: T he Wor k of

N euhart, Abrams, 1 9 8 9

$400-600


566 Allan Gould Gould chairs (2)

567 Hans Bellman Tripod table

Allan Gould, designed 1950 32”h x 22”w x 35”d

Knoll, designed 1947 21.25”h x 23.75”diameter

$3,000-5,000

$1,500-2,000

568 Hendrik Van Keppel & Taylor Green Occasional table with travertine top VKG, designed circa 1955 8.25”h x 18”square $600-800

249


569 Eero Saarinen Marble dining table with 6 “Tulip” side chairs

570 Eero Saarinen Marble dining table and 2 “Tulip” armchairs

Model no. 164TR Knoll, designed 1955-56 Retains remnants of Knoll International sticker 55”diameter

Model no. 173TR Knoll, designed 1955-56 Table retains Knoll label Table 28”h x 42.25”diameter Chairs 32”h x 25.75”w x 22.5”d

$4,000-6,000

$2,500-3,500

571 Verner Panton “Cone” chairs (3) Fritz Hansen, designed 1958-60 Each 33”h x 22.75”w x 24.5”d $3,000-5,000


572 Curtis Jere Leaf sculpture

573 Danish Adjustable table

574 George Nelson “Splat” clock

575 Curtis Jere Raindrop mirror

Studio, designed 1981 Signed “C. Jere 1981” 49”h x 33”w

Designed circa 1960s 27”h x 17” x 27”

Howard Miller, designed 1957 Howard Miller label verso 12.5”diameter

Studio, designed circa 1970s Signed 33”diameter

$600-800

$3,000-5,000

$2,000-3,000

$600-800

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576 Italo scanga untitled

577 Italo scanga untitled

578 Italo scanga “Agaethae” & “Untitled (2 trees)”

579 ettore sottsass Group of 4 chairs

1990 Mixed media painting Signature and dated lower edge 65.25” x 45.25”

1990 Mixed media painting Signed lower edge 66.75” x 46.5”

1993 and 1997 Acrylic on musical score Signature and date lower left Each 25” x 17.75”

Olivetti, designed circa 1960s Stamped “Olivetti Synthesis Made in Italy” 29.5”h x 21.25”w x 20.5”d

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,500


580 charles schulz peanuts Sunday Comic Strip

581 charles schulz peanuts Comic Strip

582 Anton Heyboer ���Komposition”

583 Ron Fritts Untitled

7/17/1994 Ink on paper With white-out and publisher marks Signed and with United Feature Syndication copyright stamps 17” x 24”

6/19/1995 Ink on paper With white-out and publisher marks Signed and with United Feature Syndication copyright stamps 7” x 20.75”

Executed circa 1968 Plastic Signed lower right; edition lower left #9 of 150 30” x 30”

$4,000-6,000

$3,000-4,000

1985 Etching with color drawing and hand painting Signed and dated in pencil lower left; inscribed “epreuve d’artiste” lower right Artist Proof 30.875” x 42.25”

$1,000-1,500

$3,000-5,000

584 Roderick Hanlan Variation 1

585 Laddie John Dill “T-shirt”

1958 Wood construction 18.5”h x 25.75” Drian Galleries and Tadema Gallery label verso

1984 Mixed media on cotton t-shirt Signed and dated 28”h x 31”

Exhibitied: D rian

$1,500-2,000

Galleries, London ,

1 9 6 2 and illustrated in the catalogue

$1,000-1,500

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presents

Property from the collection of Linda Sullivan

A very special Estate sale auction

Sunday December 14, 2008 In Encino, California Featuring hundreds of items with no reserve. Estate trustees

have instructed us to sell to the highest bidder. Fine art, design, crafts, and much more. For complete listing and directions to this event, please see our website www.lamodern.com

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Featured Items from the collection of the Late Linda Sullivan to be sold Dec. 14 George Rickey

Francois-Xavier and Claude lalanne

Deborah Butterfield

danny Lane

vasa

$175,000-250,000

$40,000-60,000

$80,000-100,000

$7,000-9,000

$6,000-9,000

Five Lines Vertical 1964 Aluminum kinetic sculpture Signed and dated 88””

Pair of Sheep 1968 Bronze and Aluminum Signed and dated 35””x 40”

Horse circa 1996 Bronze Signed 30””

Etruscan Chair 1984 Glass and steel Signed and dated 36.5””

Tower 1988 acrylic Signed and dated 108””


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Bidding

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Index A Aarnio, Eero 450 Ackerman, Evelyn 453 Adler, Allan 183 Adnet, Jacques 227-230 Afdal, Torbjorn 472 Agam 399 Albers, Josef 401, 404 Albini, Franco 360-361, 365, 383-384 Alechinsky, Jack 123 Andersen, Just 25-26 Anderson, Johannes 7 Appel, Karl 12 Ardon, Mordechai 124 Arstrom, Folke 51 Aubock, Carl 232 Austin, Marilyn 84 Autio, Rudy 73 B Bacon, Francis 200 Baj, Enrico 366 Baker, Joby 457 Baldessari, John 452 Baughman, Milo 259-263 Bell, Larry 94 Bellman, Hans 36, 426 Bengston, Billy Al 93 Berman, Wallace 166, 168 Bill, Max 406 Biny, Jacques 226 Bireline, George Lee 173 Bobrick, Mitchell 71 Bohrod, Aaron 190 Broderson, Morris 44 Bueno, Antonio 369-372 Buggiani, Paolo 458 Bury, Pol 367 C Cabat, Rose 50 Cabral, Flavio 364 Calder, Alexander 30-34 Capagrazzi, Giuseppi 391 Caruso, Bruno 459 Castiglion, Achille 377 Cenedese 375 Chagall, Marc 234-236 Charles, Maison 403 Colombo, Joe 389 Colombotto, Enrico 464 Conner, Bruce 95-96 Conver, Claude 49 Cornelius, Philip 75 Cressey, David 77, 79, 81, 83 D Dali, Salvador 254-255 de Phalle, Niki 432 de Swart, Jan 269-272 dePatta, Margaret 144 Design, French 231 di Carli, Carlo 362 Diebenkorn, Richard 39-40 Dill, Laddie John 421 Ditzel, Nanna 8, 21, 24 Dobashi, Jun 215 Dole, William 482 E Eames, Charles & Ray 323-322 Edmondson, Leonard 42

Edwards, Joel 76 Ekstrom, Yngve 478 Engel, Jules 43, 45 Evans, Paul 396, 402 Evans, Walker 196 F Fields, Edward 439 Finkelstei, Max 122 Follis, John 78, 85 Foujita, Tsuguhara 256 Francis, Sam 35, 433 Frankl, Paul 161, 163 Fraser, Donald Hamilton 48 Friedeberg, Pedro 284-285 Friedlande, Marguerite 127 G Gambone, Guido 378-381 Gaspari, Luciano 205 Girard, Alexander 340-341 Graham, Robert 66-68 Graves, Nancy 62 Grossman, Greta 37 Grossman, Greta 442 H Hagenauer 128 Hald, Edward 479 Heany, Jack 113 Hecel, Vaslav 487 Heifetz 198 Heino, Otto 177-182 Herms, George 167 Hockney, David 191-192 Holtberg, John 46 Horiuchi, Paul 47 Hundevad, Poul 9-10 I IV, Viktor 164-165 J Jacobsen, Arne 1-5 Jensen, Georg 138 Jere, Curtis 172, 448-449 Johnston, Ynez 89 Jones, John Paul 465-466 Juhl, Finn 16 K Kagan, Vladimir 145 Kapel, John 174 Karasz, Ilonka 135-136 Katavolos, William 405 Kelley, Douglas 405 Kelly, Ellsworth 430 Keppel, Van 159-160 Kertesz, Andre 140-143, 193 Kienholz, Edward 169 Kitaj, R.B. 444-446 Klee, Paul 201 Klein, Medard 188 Knoll, Florence 424-425 Koons, Jeff 344-346 Kuramata, Shiro 408-411 L la Espada, De 61 Lafer, Percival 484 Lamb, Walter 99-105 Lane, Doyle 69-70 Lassaw, Ibram 267 Laszlo, Paul 204-213 Leger, Fernand 214

Leland, Malcolm Lelli, Angelo Leong, James Lescaze, William Leuus, Jesus Lewit, Sol Lichtenste, Roy Litell, Ross Longo, Robert Luce, Jean Lustig, Alvin M MacDougall, Stewart Maloof, Sam Manessier, Alfred Marini, Marino Mategot, Mathieu McArthur, Warren McCabe, Gerald McCobb, Paul McGarrell, James McIntosh, Harrison McMakin, Roy Meckseper, F Mendini, Alessandro Miller, Herman Miro, Joan Mogansen, Borge Moore, Henry Mulhauser, George Murakami, Takashi N Nakashima, George Natzler, Otto Nauman, Bruce Nelson, George Neutra, Richard Nevelson, Louise Newson, Marc Nierman, Leonardo Noguchi, Isamu Noland, Kenneth Noll, Alexandre Notkin, Richard O Oldenburg, Claes O-luce Orup, Bengt P Panton, Verner Paulin, Pierre Pedriali, Dino Penck, AR Pepper, Peter Perriand, Charlotte Pesce, Gaetano Pettibone, Richard Pianon, Alessandro Picasso, Pablo Poli, Flavio Ponti, Gio Prentiss, Chuck Probst, Robert Prouve, Jean Q Quistgaard, Jens R Raimondi, Piero

79 353 460 126 289 417-418 428 405 291 233 268 175 282-283 216 349-351 248 106-115 455 88, 150-155 480 186-187 63-64 481 413-415 325 249-253 13 202-203 440 342-343 200-209 189 297 101-113 62-63 358-359 156 275-277 225-226 262 376-377 181 385-386 376 477 258 257 304 437, 438 454-456 237-243, 247 347-348, 352 292-294 373 217-225 209 356, 368 397 328 244 27-28 357

Ramella, P.G. Rauschenbe, Robert Reinhardt, Ad Rispal Roberts, Ben Robsjohn-G, T.H. Rohde, Gilbert Rosenquist, James Ruscha, Ed Ruscha, Edward S Saarinen, Eero Sabattini, Lino Saunter, Dean Scarpa, Tobia Schreckeng, Paul Shahn, Ben Shire, Peter Shulman, Julius Solari, Paolo Sottsass, Ettore Spazzali, Luciano Steele, Zulma Stern, Lucia Stevens, Edward Sultan, Donald Sussman, Deborah Sutnar, Ladislav Suttman, Paul T Tackett, La Gardo Testa, Angelo Thurston, Gerald Tilson, Joe Tobiasse, Theo Tuttle, Paul Tynell, Paavo V Valente, Alfredo Vargas, Alberto Vasarely, Victor Venturi, Robert Vespignani, Renzo Vodder, Arne Voulkos, Peter W Wanscher, Ole Warhol, Andy Warshaw, Howard Weber, K.E.M. Wegman, William Wegner, Hans Wight, Frederick Wiley, William Williams, Mason Wirkkala, Tapio Woelffer, Emerson Wood, Beatrice Wormley, Edward Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright, Russel V Zajac, Jack Zimmer, Bernd

390 387 429 245-246 488 157 130-133 431 53 52, 54-60 422-423 358-359 92 374 125 137 416 116-119 91 412, 419 363 189 146-149 483 392, 394 320 139 443 86, 266 264 441 388 486 407 20 76 290 398-400 393 461 22 72 469, 471, 476 295-312 467 121 65 6, 11, 15 97-98 485 170-171 17-19 38 184-185 435-436 107 395 468 420


December 2008 Modern Art and Design Auction