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December 11, 2011

Important Modern Art & Design


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PREVIEW

December 1 - December 10, 2011 10am - 6pm

AUCTION

Sunday, December 11, 2011 12pm (PST)

16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91406


December 11, 2011 Important Modern Art & Design Auction December 1 - 10, 2011 Preview for the Important Modern Art & Design Auction

Š 2011 Modern Auctions, Inc. All rights reserved. ISBN 978-0-9848067-0-6

front cover: Lot 194 John Chamberlain UNTITLED (SCULPTURE), 1962 back cover: Lot 272 Greene & Greene LINEN PRESS, 1907 right: Lot 209 Charles & Ray Eames DCW PROTOTYPE CHAIR, produced prior to December 1945


Every ten years or so an extraordinary collection comes up for auction in the Design world creating an exciting opportunity to acquire rare and important works. The Collection of Robsjohn-Gibbings designed furniture from the legendary Casa Encantada at Sothebys in 1981 comes to mind. As does the Fifty/50 auction at Sothebys in 1991 where a Wormley "Listen to me" sofa crossed the block at $4,500 and the Eames prototype DCW (the very same one in this catalogue on page 124) failed to make a $3,000 reserve. "The Chair" auction at Christies in 1997 saw a Prouve "Visiteur" chair sell for $4,140 and an Arad "Rolling Volume" rocking chair fail to find a buyer for only $20,000. At Christies' landmark Contemporary Art and Design auction in 2000, a Marc Newson "Lockheed Lounge" sold for a then staggering $105,000. Within five years, another example would achieve $1.6 million at Sothebys. At the time, each of these auctions were deemed to be expensive, yet by today's standard the prices seem quaint by comparison. The catalogue before you, I believe, will one day be seen in the same context. Which rarity will be bought now only to be disbelieved in ten years? Will it be a time honored classic like The Noguchi Chess Table or Nelson Marshmallow? Or perhaps it will be one of the three masterworks by Timo Sarpaneva. Or maybe it will be something completely inconceivable. Whichever it may be, you have a very real opportunity to acquire that special piece that may never be offered again and will surely be coveted for ages to come. Don't miss out. Take some extra time; weigh your desires carefully; and then commit to greatness. We at LAMA are all very proud of this collection of Design and Fine Art. Not just because of the superb examples like the Greene & Greene cabinet or the early John Chamberlain sculpture. But, mostly we are proud that we are fast becoming the auction house of choice for rare and important examples of Modernism. We thank all the sellers who trust us with their most valuabe objects and we especially thank the buyers who continue to support this ever expanding marketplace. Enjoy! PETER LOUGHREY, DIRECTOR

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1 PAUL MCCOBB COUCH Model no. 3147 Custom Craft, designed 1957 21.5” x 76” x 31” $2,000-3,000

2 PAUL MCCOBB HIGH BACK ARMCHAIR Model no. 905 from the Symmetric Group Widdicomb, designed circa 1962 35.5” x 28” x 28” $1,500-2,000


3 PAUL MCCOBB PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS Custom Craft, designed 1955 From the Planner Group 34.5” x 24.5” x 25” $2,500-3,000

5 4 PAUL MCCOBB BUFFET Lane, designed circa 1961 From the Delineator Group 32” x 72.5” x 17.5” $3,000-5,000


5 PAUL MCCOBB GRUOP OF CHAIRS (10) 7000 Series chairs Directional, designed 1955 Each armchair 35” x 24” x 22.5”; Each side chair 34” x 18.5” x 20” Literature:

DI RECTIONA L DESIG N S BY

PAUL MCCOBB, 1956, PG 96 -7.

$2,500-3,500


6 PAUL MCCOBB CABINET From the Calvin Group Calvin, Grand Rapids, 1960s Walnut with brass legs "Calvin, The Calvin Group designed by Paul McCobb" label 34.675” x 36.25” x 19” $1,500-2,000

7 PAUL MCCOBB PAIR OF NIGHTSTANDS (2) From the Irwin Collection Calvin, Grand Rapids, designed circa 1950s "Calvin, Paul McCobb Irwin Collection" label Each: 24.25” x 22” x 20” $1,500-2,000

8 PAUL MCCOBB DRESSER From the Irwin Collection Calvin, Grand Rapids, 1950s Wood with marble top "Calvin, Paul McCobb Irwin Collection" label 32.25” x 71.125” x 19” $3,000-5,000`

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9 MILLARD SHEETS TABLE Custom executed circa 1946 for the Scottish Rite Temple 16.5” x 38” diameter $2,000-3,000

10 DON S. SHOEMAKER DIAMOND LINE DESK Señal, S.A., Morelia, Mexico, designed circa 1970s Laminated tropical woods Don S. Shoemaker label verso 30.25” x 68.5” x 47.5” $5,000-7,000


11 STAN BITTERS FOUNTAIN Hans Sumpf, executed circa 1996 Ceramic Stamped “HSC BR” 58.5” x 36” diameter $2,000-3,000

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12 STAN BITTERS GROUP OF BIRD FEEDERS (4) Hans Sumpf, designed circa 1960 Porous low-fire clay with cord Feeders A: 1.5” x 10.5”; B: 5.5” x 6”; C: 7” x 7”; D: 5” x 7.5” $1,000-1,500

13 HANS SUMPF CO. GROUP OF PLANTERS (4) Hans Sumpf Co., executed 1994-98 Two stamped “HSC B-21-18 ‘98 RD”; one stamped “HSC A-18-10 ‘96 RD”; one stamped “HSC A-18-10 ‘94 RD” (2) 17.75” x 21” diameter (2) 10.5” x 18” diameter $1,800-2,500


14 STAN BITTERS TABLE AND FOUR STOOLS Hans Sumpf, executed circa 1977 Table 21.25” x 27.25” diameter; Each stool: 13.25” x 12” diameter $4,000-6,000

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15 STAN BITTERS PAIR OF SCRAPPED PLANTERS Studio, executed circa 1990s A: Marked “C-24”; B: Marked “B-28” A: 26.25” x 23.5” diameter; B: 24” x 29” diameter $1,800-2,500

16 STAN BITTERS THUMB POTS (3) Hans Sumpf, executed c. 2000-2002 Marked "HSC B-18-15 2002"; "B-18-15 XHSC 2000" and "HSC B-18-15 2002 RX" Each: 15” x 18.5” diameter $2,000-3,000


17 PETER HVIDT DANISH CABINET AND SHELF & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen John Stuart, Inc., designed circa 1960 Retains “John Stuart Inc./Made in Denmark” brand 66” x 53” x 18.75” $1,500-2,000

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18 HANS J. WEGNER “VALET” OR “BACHELOR’S” CHAIR Model no. JH-540 Johannes Hansen, designed 1953 37.5” x 20” x 21” Literature:

DA NI SH CH A IRS, ODA ,

CHRO N ICA L BOOKS, 1999, PG 116 -1 1 7.

$8,000-10,000


19 STIG LINDBERG PAIR OF LITHOGRAPHS AND 5 VESSELS (7) 1956-1978 Glazed ceramic and lithograph F: #99 of 280; G: #56 of 200 Ceramics: Gustavsberg, Sweden Each ceramic inscribed verso; each print signed and dated lower right; edition lower left A: 8.75” x 3” x 3.5”; B: 7” x 5”; C: 6.625” x 3.75” x 3”; D: 3.5” x 5.5”; E: 3.75” x 3”; F: Image: 8.875” x 6.25”; Frame: 17.25” x 15.125”; G: Image: 10” x 8”; Frame: 18.5” x 15.125” $4,000-5,000

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20 HANS WEGNER PAIR OF “THE” CHAIRS Model no. JH 501 Johannes Hansen, designed 1949 Marked “Johannes Hansen/ Copenhagen, Denmark” 30” x 24.75” x 20.5” $1,500-2,000

21 HANS WEGNER PAIR OF “THE” CHAIRS Model no. JH 501 Johannes Hansen, designed 1949 Marked “Johannes Hansen/ Copenhagen, Denmark” 30” x 25” x 20.5” $1,800-2,500

22 JENS QUISTGAARD FRUIT TRAY TABLE (2) Dansk, designed circa 1956 Each: 17.25” x 19.5” diameter $2,000-3,000


23 DANISH MODERN PAIR OF FLOOR LIGHTS Designed circa 1950s Each 60.75” x 17” diameter with shade $1,500-2,500

24 ARNE JACOBSEN PAIR OF SWAN CHAIRS Model no. 3320 Fritz Hansen, designed 1958 Each chair stand with label, “FH Made in Denmark” Each: 30.5” x 30” x 26” $2,000-3,000

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25 BRUNO MATHSSON WORKING CHAIRS (2) Dux, designed 1934 Stamped “Bruno Mathsson Design Made in Sweden” Each: 32.5” x 19” x 22” Literature:

EI DELBERG, DESIGN 1 935 - 1 9 6 5:

WHAT MO DERN WAS, A BRA MS, 199 1 , P G 33.

$1,000-1,500

26 BRUNO MATHSSON OCCASIONAL TABLE Karl Mathsson, designed 1961 Stamped “Bruno Mathsson Design/ Made in Sweden” 23” x 41.25” diameter $1,500-2,000

27 BRUNO MATHSSON SIDE TABLE Karl Mathsson, designed 1961 Retains “Bruno Mathsson/Karl Mathsson Firma” label and marked “Made in Sweden” 13.75” x 20.5” x 20.5” $900-1,200

28 BRUNO MATHSSON EVA CHAIR (4) Dux, designed 1934 Each stamped “Bruno Mathsson Design Made in Sweden” Each: 33.25” x 23” x 25.5” Literature:

H A BEGGER & OSMA N , SOU R C E-

BO O K O F MODERN FU RNITU RE, 3 RD ED IT ION, W W NORTON & COM PA N Y, 2 005 , PG 399.

$4,000-6,000


29 EVA STÆHR-NIELSEN EVA STÆHR-NIELSEN VASE AND THREE ADDITIONAL SAXBO VESSELS (4) Executed circa 1940-60 Glazed ceramic Saxbo, Denmark Each with Saxbo, Denmark stamp, one signed “E St N” Tallest: 7.5” $1,800-2,500

30 CARL-HARRY STÅLHANE VESSELS (4) Rörstrand, Sweden, 1950s-60s Glazed ceramic Each with Rörstrand mark and “CHS” inscribed; Additional markings: A:”SYR”; B: ”CEB”; C: “SOl” ; D: “SOR” A: 12” x 2.5”; B: 8” x 3.25”; C: 9.25” x 4.75”; D: 6.5” x 6” $1,200-1,500

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31 MOROCCAN HIGH PILE MOROCCAN STYLE RUG Designed circa 1950s Wool 101” x 60” $2,000-3,000


32 ALVAR AALTO DINING SUITE (8) Artek, designed circa 1935 Scandinavian Furniture, NY label on the extension. Comprised of a dining table, extension table and 6 chairs Table: 28” x 59” x 29.5”; Each chair: 30” x 16” x 17”; Extension: 28” x 29.5” x 29.5” $2,500-3,500

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33 ALVAR AALTO BENCH Artek, designed circa 1932 18.75” x 39.5” x 14.25” $1,000-1,500

34 YNGVE EKSTROM LAMINO LOUNGE CHAIR Swedese, designed circa 1960 Stamped “Swedese Yngve Ekstrom” Chair 41” x 27.25” x 32”; Ottoman: 18.75” x 23.25” x 18.5” $1,000-1,500

35 NANNA DITZEL PAIR OF CHAIRS Model no. OD 5301-2 Odense, designed 1969 Fiberglass Each: 29.5” x 24.5” x 21.5” $1,000-1,500


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36 KAJ FRANCK CHIMES (10) Nuutajärvi Notsjö, designed circa 1955 Crystal Distributed by Frank Bros. Sold with original shipping box Longest piece: 25.5”h $3,000-5,000

37 KAJ FRANCK FISH Model no. 3450 Nuutajärvi Notsjö, 1969 Smoked-grey glass Inscribed with artist, manufacturer and date 4.5” x 8.75” x 3” $700-900


38 ILMARI TAPIOVAARA PIRKKA DINING SET (7) Laukaan Puu, Ltd., designed 1956 Each with Tapiovaara stamp Table: 27” x 70.5” x 31.5”; Each chair: 29.5” x 15.5” x 17.25” $4,000-6,000


39 ILMARI TAPIOVAARA PAIR OF STOOLS Laukaan Puu, Ltd., designed 1955 Each with Tapiovaara stamp Each: 13” x 17” x 11.25” $2,500-3,500

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40 WILHELM KÅGE DRAWING AND 3 CERAMICS (4) 1944-54 Glazed stoneware with silver and ink drawing Ceramics: Gustavsberg, Sweden Each ceramic inscribed verso with model number; drawing signed and dated lower left Drawing Image: 4.25” x 7.25”, Frame: 12.25” x 14.75”; Ceramics: 2.25” x 17.75”; 1.5” x 12.875”; and 9.5” diameter $5,000-7,000


41 WILHELM KÅGE & STIG LINDBERG GROUP OF 3 SURREA GROUP VESSELS AND 2 VECKLA VESSELS (5) Gustavsberg, Sweden , designed circa 1949 Porcelain Gustavsberg stamp verso of Veckla vases Tallest Surrea: 9.25”; Tallest Veckla: 6.25” Literature:

E ID E L B E R G , DESI G N 1 935 -1 965:

W H AT MO D E R N WAS, ABR AM S, 1 991 , P G 1 92.

$4,000-5,000

42 BERNDT FRIBERG GROUP OF 12 VESSELS (3 VASES; 8 BOWLS; 1 JAR WITH LID) Gustavsberg, Sweden, desidned circa 1950s Each with artist’s signature and studio mark verso A: 4.25” x 4”;B: 5.75” x 3.5”; C: 2.5” x 2”; D: 2.25” x 5.25”; E: 2” x 4.25”; F: 1.625” x 3.25”; G: 1.625” x 4”; H: 2.25” x 3.75”; I: 3.125” x 4.75”; J: 2.625” x 5.5”; K: 3.625” x 7.125”; L: 4.5” x 4.25” $5,000-7,000

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43 FERNANDO BOTERO BOTERO AU PALAIS DES PAPES, AVIGNON 1993 Bronze 3.625” diameter x approx. .75" depth $2,000-3,000

44 MIGUEL BERROCAL ROMEO AND JULIET 1967 Brass sculpture of 16 elements Edition of 2000 5.5” x 7.75” x 5” assembled $2,000-3,000


45 ANNIE LIEBOVITZ JOHN AND YOKO, NEW YORK, DECEMBER 8 1980/1982 Vintage chromogenic print Image: 14” x 14”; Frame: 21.25” x 20.25” $9,000-12,000

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46 MAN RAY BONSOIR 1972 Felt tip pen and pencil on paper 19.75” x 12.75” Provenance:

E STATE OF JU LI ET M AN R AY;

P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, LOS ANG ELES

$3,000-5,000


47 MAN RAY RAYOGRAPH 1928; printed circa 1960 Photograph on Agfa Bravira Signed in pencil lower right; Ink stamp verso “Epreuve originale/Atelier Man Ray/Paris” 11.5” x 8.5” $5,000-7,000

48 ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE CARNATIONS AND STRIPED VASE 1984 Photograph #3 of 10 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 15.25” x 15.25”; Frame: 28.5” x 27.5” $8,000-10,000


49 JAMES LEE BYARS A WHITE PAPER WILL BLOW THROUGH THE STREETS 1967 Offset lithograph Unknown edition size Announcement for a performance the artist enacted at the Kyoto Museum in 1967. 27” diameter (unframed)

Literature:

J E L L IOT T, TH E P ER FEC T

TH O UGH T, B E R K E L E Y, P G 84 ; JAM ES L E E BYAR S, B ÜC H E R -EDI TI ONENE P H E ME R A , N E UE S M U SEU M WES E R B UR G B R E ME N , 1995, #4 3; TH E P E R F EC T MO ME N T, VALENCI A , SPAI N, PG 292.

$2,000-3,000

50 DONALD SULTAN DOMINOES 1990 Aquatint A.P. 8 of 10; aside from edition of 50 Initialed, titled and dated left margin; edition lower right Image: 11.25” x 7.875”: Sheet: 20.875” x 15”; Frame: 27.5” x 21.375” $1,500-2,000

51 BRUCE CONNER UNTITLED 1970 Lithograph #3 of 99 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 20” x 14”; With mat: 30” x 24” $800-1,200

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52 DONALD JUDD UNTITLED 1978 Aquatint #41 of 175 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 30.625” x 19.875”; Sheet: 40” x 29.5” (unframed) Literature:

SCH ELLMA NN A ND J I T TA ,

D O NAL D JU DD, PRI NTS A ND WOR KS I N ED IT IO N S : A CATA LGU E RA I SONNÉ, E DI T I ON S CHELLMA NN, 1993, # 97.

$3,000-5,000


53 RICHARD SERRA PROMENADE NOTEBOOK DRAWING II 2009 Etching on Lanaquarelle watercolor paper #44 of 50 Gemini, G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated with edition lower right Sheet: 15.75” x 11.75”; Frame: 24.25” x 20.375” $3,000-5,000

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54 RICHARD SERRA PROMENDADE NOTEBOOK DRAWING III 2009 Etching on Lanaquarelle watercolor #42 of 50 Gemini, G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated with edition lower right Sheet: 15.75” x 11.75”; Frame: 18.375” x 14.375” $2,500-3,500


55 RAYMOND PETTIBON THINKING OF YOU (WITH 46 ADDED DRAWINGS) 1998 Book with original ink and watercolor drawings Special edition Renaissance Society of the University of Chicago Inscribed on inside of front cover Regular limited edition of catalogue for Pettibon’s exhibiiton at the Renaissance Socity in 1998 was 2000. This special edition features original drawings, overdrawing, and messages from the artist. 12.25” x 9.25” x 1.25” $18,000-25,000


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56 RAYMOND PETTIBON UNTITLED (RED DRESS) 1991 Oil on panel Signed and dated verso 32.5” x 23.25”; Frame: 37.375” x 28” $40,000-60,000


57 RAYMOND PETTIBON IF GOD IS ON OUR SIDE

58 RAYMOND PETTIBON GIRL

1980s Mixed media on paper “RP” verso Sheet: 8.5” x 9.5”

1980s Ink on paper “Raymond Pettibon” verso Sheet: 11” x 8.5”

$5,000-7,000

$4,000-6,000

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59 RAYMOND PETTIBON UNTITLED (PLAY BALL!) 1989 Silkscreen #58 of 65 Signature and date lower right; edition lower left 36” x 24.875” $3,000-5,000


60 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG SLING SHOTS LIT #6 1985 Lithograph and assemblage with sailcloth, Mylar, wooden lightbox, window shade system, Plexiglas bars, and fluorescent light fixture #17 of 25 Gemini, G.E.L., Los Angeles, publisher Signed, dated and titled with edition on signature plaque on lower left side of the lightbox 84.5” x 56.25” x 12.5” Literature:

RAU SCH ENBERG AT GE M I N I,

EXHIBIT ION CATA LOG, A RMORY C E N T E R FO R T HE A RTS, 20 10, PG 38.

$30,000-50,000


61 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG RESTORATION 2004 Offset lithograph #50 of 160 Storm and Ford, Tampa, printer Signed “BOB” with artist’s thumbprint middle right; edition and date lower right; signed in the plate lower left Image/Sheet: 23.25” x 31.75”; Frame: 31.25” x 40” $3,000-5,000

62 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG HORN (FROM THE STONED MOON SERIES) 1969 Lithograph on Rives paper #30 of 58 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated with edition lower right Stoned Moon was a series of 33 lithographs Image: 36” x 31.5”; Frame: 41.75” x 34.25” Literature:

FO STE R , R OBERT R AU SC H EN-

B E R G: P R IN TS 19 48 / 7 0, M I NNEAP OLI S IN STITUTE O F ARTS, 197 2, #7 2.

$2,000-3,000

63 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG ARCADE 1975 Lithograph with collage and embossing on Kochi handmade paper #92 of 100 Untitled Press Inc., Captiva Island, Florida, printer; LACMA Graphic Arts Council, publisher Signed and dated with edition lower right; blindstamps lower left Sold with print documentation. Sheet: 29.5” x 22.5”; Frame: 32.5” x 25” $1,500-2,000

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64 JOHN BALDESSARI TWO WHALES (WITH PEOPLE) 2010 Screenprint on heavy wove paper #27 of 50 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 30.125” x 23.625”; Sheet: 32.25” x 23.625”; Frame: 40.25” x 31.5” $5,000-7,000

65 JOHN BALDESSARI STONEHENGE (WITH TWO PERSONS) GREEN 2005 Mixografia print on handmade paper #37 of 60 Mixografia, Los Angeles Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 26.25” x 29.5”; Sheet: 28.5” x 31.5”; Frame: 31.25” x 34” Literature:

H U ROWITZ, JOH N BAL DE S -

SARI: A CATA LOGU E RA I SONNÉ OF P R I N TS AN D MULTI PLES, 1971-20 0 7, H U D SON HI L L S PRESS, 2 00 9, PG 410 - 411, # 157.

$6,000-8,000


66 DAVID SALLE CANFIELD HATFIELD, PLATES 3, 4, 6, AND 7 1989 Softground etching, sugar lift aquatint, spit-bite and photo-etching on Somerset mouldmade paper Each Printer’s Proof #3 of 4 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Edition of 60 plus 10 artist’s proofs Each: Image: 23.5” x 36.125”; Sheet: 30.375” x 43.75”; Frame: 32.75” x 45.75” $3,000-4,000

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67 HARRY BERTOIA SLAT BENCH Model no. 400-82 Knoll International, designed 1952 Retains Knoll International label 15.25” x 82” x 18.25” $1,000-1,500

68 JENS RISOM PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS (2) Model no. 652U Knoll International, designed 1948 30” x 24.25” x 28” Literature:

KNOLL ASSOCI ATES

(CATALO G U E), 1950, PG 23.

$2,500-3,500

69 EERO SAARINEN WOMB CHAIR & OTTOMAN Model no. 70 Knoll, designed 1948 Chair: 34.5” x 38.5” x 38”; Ottoman 16” x 19.5” x 17.5” Literature:

LU TZ, KNOLL : A MODE R N U N I-

V ERS E, RIZZOLI , 20 10, PG 116.

$1,000-1,500


70 EERO SAARINEN CHAIRS WITH ASSOCIATED DINING TABLE Chairs model No. 71ULB and 72 ULB Knoll, designed 1948 Comprised of 6 Saarinen side chairs, 2 Saarinen armchairs and associated table Armchairs: 32” x 25.25” x 21”; Each side chair 31” x 22” x 17.5”; Table 28.5” x 65” x 40” Literature:

LUTZ , K NOLL : A M ODER N U NI-

V E R S E, LUTZ , R IZ ZO LI , 201 0, P G 1 1 8.

$2,500-3,500

71 FLORENCE KNOLL OVAL TABLE DESK Model no. 2480D Knoll, designed 1961 Teak 28” x 48” x 78” $2,500-3,500

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72 OSKAR FISCHINGER UNTITLED 1962 Oil on canvas Signed lower right; dated lower left Canvas: 32” x 40”; Frame: 32.75” x 40.75” Provenance: FRA NCES

& DAVI D E LT E R-

MAN , ACQU I RED DIRECTLY FROM T HE A RTIST, CIRCA 1962.

$4,000-6,000

73 MAX ERNST HUGO GALLERY, NOV. 7 EXHIBITION PUBLICATION 1950 Woodblock print Unknown edition size Cover for an exhibition pamphlet or catalogue from 1950. Sheet: 11.5” x 9.625”; Frame: 15.25” x 13.25” $500-700


74 LE CORBUSIER CHAISE LONGUE Model no. LC4 Cassina, designed 1928; this example 1978 34” x 24.5” x 63” Sold with Cassina Masters Collection catalogue $1,500-2,000

75 LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE LOUNGE CHAIR Model no. MR Knoll International, designed 1927 Knoll International label 32.75” x 23.5” x 36” $1,500-2,000

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76 CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH CURVED LATTICE BACK CHAIR Model no. Willow 1 Cassina, designed 1904; this example 1973 46.75” x 37” x 16.25” Literature:

C ASS IN A : TH E M ASTER S C OL-

L EC TIO N, SAL E S C ATA LOG U E, NO DATE, P G 40.

$1,200-1,500

77 MARCEL BREUER CHAISE LOUNGE Isokon, designed 1935-36 32” x 25.375” x 52” $4,000-6,000


78 DAVID HOCKNEY RED WIRE PLANT 1998 Etching and Aquatint Artist Proof 5 of 10; aside from the numbered edition of 35 plus 10 Artist’s Proofs. Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 23.5” x 29.5”; Sheet: 30” x 35.75”; Frame: 33.25” x 39” $9,000-12,000

79 DAVID HOCKNEY SIX FAIRY TALES FROM THE BROTHERS GRIMM 1969 Book with original etchings accompanied by six loose etchings (framed) Edition A # 14 of 100 Signed with edition on “Editions” page in back matter of the book; Each loose etching signed in pencil lower right Edition A loose etchings: (6) A wooded landscape (12) Rapunzel growing in the garden (17) Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair (20) The sexten disguised as a ghost (35) A room full of straw (37) Pleading for the child Portfolio: 18.75” x 12.75” x 1.875”; Loose etchings: each sheet approx. 17.5” to 18” x 12”; Each frame: 24” x 18.375” $8,000-10,000


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80 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR Model no. 670 Herman Miller, designed 1956 Black leather and rosewood 32.75” x 33.25” x 32” $1,500-2,000


81 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Model no. 670 & 671 Herman Miller, designed 1956 Black leather and rosewood Chair: 32.75” x 33.25” x 32”; Ottoman: 15.25” x 25.5” x 21” $2,000-3,000

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82 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR Model no. 670 Herman Miller, designed 1956 Black leather and rosewood 32.75” x 33.25” x 32” $1,500-2,000


83 ROY LICHTENSTEIN BULL HEAD III 1973 Lithograph, screenprint and line-cut on Arjomari paper #64 of 100 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated lower right; blindstamp lower right; edition lower left Image: 21 x 28.5”; Sheet: 25” x 33; Frame: 30” x 38” Literature:

CORLET T, TH E PRINTS OF R OY

LICHT EN STEIN: A CATA LOGU E RA I SON N É 1 9 4 8 - 1 9 93, H U DSON H I LL S PRESS, 1 9 9 4 , P G 1 3 2, #12 5.

$10,000-15,000

84 ROY LICHTENSTEIN COMPOSITION IV 1995 Screenprint on Rives BFK #109 of 120 Brand X Editions, New York, printer; Roy Lichtenstein and Kennedy for Senate, publishers Signed and dated lower right; edition lower center; printer’s blind stamp lower right of sheet (Brand X chop) Executed as a benefit to help retire the debt of Senator Ted Kennedy’s 1994 campaign. Image: 13” x 19.25”; Frame: 27” x 33.25” Literature:

CORLET T, TH E PRINTS OF R OY

LICHT EN STEIN: CATA LOGU E RA ISON N É 1 9 4 8 - 1 9 9 7, 2ND REVISED EDITION, HU DON S HILL S PRESS, NEW YORK , PG 263, #2 93.

$8,000-12,000


85 CRASH (JOHN MATOS) DAREDEVIL 1994 Gouache on paper Signed and dated lower right Image/Sheet: 22” x 14.875”; Frame: 33” x 25.5” $1,500-2,000

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86 DAN COOPER BUTTERFLY TABLE Designed circa 1942 14” x 22” x 20” $2,000-3,000

87 PIERRE GUARICHE, ATTRIBUTED ATOMIC COFFEE TABLE Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1955 13.5” x 34” x 34.5” $2,000-3,000


88 MILO BAUGHMAN COFFEE TABLE Glenn of California, designed circa 1955 Walnut, lacquered Masonite, glass, metal 14.125” x 47.625” x 29.75” $5,000-7,000

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89 FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY CLEAVE (#2) 1979 Oil on linen Artist’s label verso L.A. Louver Gallery, Venice, CA and Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Sante Fe labels verso. Canvas: 45” x 45”; Frame: 46” x 46” $35,000-45,000


90 JOHN MCCRACKEN MOSTLY MOZART FESTIVAL 1972 Serigraph poster Unknown edition List Art Posters, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York Poster: 75.5” x 33.875”; Frame: 82.75” x 42.75” $2,000-3,000

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JEFFREY VALLANCE NORFOLK ISLAND HEAD 1983 Enamel and soil on board Dated verso; signature likely obscured by Bess Cutler Gallery, New York label verso 8.5” x 8.5” Exhibited: TH E

WORLD OF J E F F R E Y VA L-

L ANCE, SA NTA MONICA MUSE U M OF A RT, 19 95

$2,000-3,000

92 JIM ISERMANN UNTITLED 1985 Acrylic on wood board Signed and dated verso 48” x 48” x 1.75” $4,000-6,000


93 ROY MCMAKIN PAIR OF SIMPLE CHAIRS (2) Domestic Furniture Company, designed 1988 35.25” x 14.75” x 18” Literature:

TH E ART OF R OY M CM AK I N,

R IZ ZO L I, 2 0 10, P G 24.

$800-1,200

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94 ROY MCMAKIN STOOL AND TABLE Domestic Furniture Company, designed 1988 Table 17” x 19” x 19”; Stool 12” x 14” x 11” $600-900

95 ROY MCMAKIN ROCKING CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Domestic Furniture Company, designed circa 1986 Chair: 33” x 25” x 31.5”; Ottoman: 13” x 18.75” x 18.75” $3,000-5,000


96 RICHARD HUTTEN TABLE - CHAIR Model no. dd-41 Droog, designed 1991 Beechwood 28.5” x 23.5” x 23” and 18.5” x 15.75” x 15.75” Literature:

RA MA KERS, DROOG DE SI G N :

S PIRIT O F TH E NI NETIES, 0 10 PU BL I SHE R S, 1 9 9 8 , PG 25.

$2,000-3,000


97 SHIRO KURAMATA SING SING SING CHAIR XO, designed 1985 Chrome-plated steel with wire mesh Stamped “XO” 35.25” x 20” x 22.5” $1,500-2,000

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98 RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER DOOR 1987 Formica on wood with hardware #5 of 25 Signed on Brooke Alexander, New York label verso 17” x 25.25” x 5” $5,000-7,000

99 RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER MIRROR 1988 Formica on wood #16 of 25 Signed on Brooke Alexander, New York label verso 30.875” x 24.75” x 4” $5,000-7,000


100 MUHAMMAD ALI & JEFF KOONS GOAT: A TRIBUTE TO MUHAMMAD ALI #600 of 1000; Champ’s Edition Taschen, 2004 Hardcover book with clamshell box, four silver gelatin prints and a sculpture comprised of two inflatables and a stool Signed by Ali and Koons. Silver gelatin prints signed by Howard L. Bingham and Ali. Clamshell box: 22” x 22” x 5.75”; Sculpture: 69” x 67” Includes four signed and numbered silver gelatin prints and Jeff Koons “Radial Champs” sculpture. This example is sold as new in original boxes. $7,000-10,000

Copyright TASCHEN GmbH

101 JEFF KOONS BALLOON DOG (BLUE) 1995 Cast porcelain with red reflective finish Museum of Contemporary Art Editions Signed verso with MoCA label Sold with original box and plate stands 10.25” diameter $7,000-9,000

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102 FRANK O. GEHRY WIGGLE CHAIR Easy Edges, designed 1972 Corrugated cardboard Signed by Frank Gehry and retains Easy Edges label 33.5” x 13.875” x 23” $500-1,000

103 FRANK O. GEHRY CUSTOM DESK Custom designed, executed 1978 In 1978, Gehry was commissioned to designed the law offices of Berger, Kahn, Shafton & Moss. This desk was designed for one of the partners reflecting the open, airy spaces of the lush office. 29.25” x 50” x 90.5” Illustrated:

PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE

( S EPT EMBER 1978), REINH OLD.

Literature:

A NDREWS, FRA NK G E HRY:

BUIL D INGS A ND PROJECTS, RIZZOL I , 1 9 85, PG 1 04 - 10 9.

$15,000-18,000


104 FRANK O. GEHRY LONGUE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Easy Edges, designed 1972 Corrugated cardboard 29” x 23.75”x 61” (with ottoman) $4,000-6,000

105 FRANK O. GEHRY PAIR OF LOUNGE CHAIRS Easy Edges, designed 1972 Corrugated cardboard Each: 29” x 23.75” x 32” $6,000-9,000

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107 CHARLES ARNOLDI UNTITLED

1991 Work on paper Signed and dated lower left; signed lower left “BAB/Venice 1991/11C” Image/Sheet: 13.375” x 30”; Frame: 16.5” x 33.25”

1985 Monotype #15 of 35 Garner Tullis Workshop, Santa Barbara, printer; Los Angeles Graphic Arts Council, publisher Signed and dated lower right; edition and “L.A. G.A.C.” lower left Sold with print documentation. Image: 14” x 21.25”; Sheet: 20.5” x 26.5”; Frame: 23” x 29.5”

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,500

106 BILLY AL BENGSTON UNTITLED

108 SHIRO IKEGAWA SAKANA-NO-MITA-YUME II 1973 Intaglio on Arches paper #39 of 75 Graphic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Signed and dated lower right; title lower left; edition lower middle Sold with print documentation. Sheet: 30” x 22.5”; Frame: 31.5” x 23.75” $400-600


109 ED MOSES TARANTULA WINDOW 1983 Painted glass 74.25” x 76.25” Provenance: R E B EC CA’S

R ESTAU R ANT,

V E N IC E , C A; P R IVATE COLLECTI ON ( AC Q UIR E D IN 19 9 8) .

$6,000-9,000

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110 ODELBERG OLSEN WORK CHAIR Model no. T60 Knoll, designed circa 1949 Enameled metal, plywood 31” x 15” x 18.5” (adjustable) Literature:

K N O L L ASSOCI ATES

(C ATALO GUE ) , 195 0, PG 25.

$2,500-3,500

111 JEAN PROUVÉ ANTONY CHAIR Designed 1954 33.5” x 19.5” x 27.5” Provenance: W ITH

ANTH ONY DELOR ENZO,

N E W YO R K ; P R IVATE COLLECTI ON, ACQ UIR E D F R O M AB OV E C 1 998 - 99.

Literature:

J E AN P R O U VÉ, G ALER I E

J O USS E S EGUIN , 19 9 8 , P G 1 4 8 -1 4 9.

$15,000-20,000

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112 PABLO PICASSO LITTLE BUST OF WOMAN 1964 Red earthenware plaque #62 of 100 Madoura Stamped “Madoura Plein Feu Empriente originale de Picasso” with edition verso Plaque: 13” x 10”; Frame: 30.75” x 27.675” Literature:

RA MI É, PA BLO PI CASSO:

CATALO G UE OF TH E EDI TED CERAM I C WO RKS 1 9 4 7-1971, MA DOU RA , 198 8, #52 3.

$18,000-25,000


113 PABLO PICASSO MAT OWL PLATTER 1955 Stamped and painted ceramic Edition of 450 Madoura “Edition Picasso Madoura” verso with Madoura stamp Ramie #284 15.25” x 12.25” Literature:

R AMIÉ , PAB LO P I CASSO: CATA-

LO GUE O F TH E E D IT ED C ER AM I C WOR KS 19 4 7-19 7 1, MAD O UR A , 1 988, #284 .

$7,000-9,000

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114 PABLO PICASSO TROIS SARDINES 1948 Glazed ceramic #37 of 200 Madoura Numbered I113 with edition verso; Madoura Edition Picasso stamp verso Ramie #34 12.5” x 15.25” Literature:

RA MI É, PA BLO PICASSO: C ATA-

LO G UE O F TH E EDI TED CERA MIC WOR KS 19 4 7- 19 71, MA DOU RA , 1988, # 34.

$9,000-12,000

115 PABLO PICASSO PICADOR #306 of 500 1952 Earthenware plate with decoration “Edition Picasso” verso 8” diameter Literature:

RA MI É, PA BLO PICASSO: C ATA-

LO G UE O F TH E EDI TED CERA MIC WOR KS 19 4 7- 19 71, MA DOU RA , 1988, # 160.

$2,000-3,000

116 PABLO PICASSO VISAGE (FACE) NO. 0 1963 Earthenware plate with decoration Edition of 500 Madoura Madoura stamps verso 10” diameter Literature:

RA MI É, PA BLO PICASSO: C ATA-

LO G UE O F TH E EDI TED CERA MIC WOR KS 19 4 7- 19 71, MA DOU RA , 1988, # 458.

$3,000-5,000

117 PABLO PICASSO VISAGE (FACE) NO. 144 1963 Earthenware plate with decoration #103 of 150 Madoura Marked “N. 144 Edition Picasso Madoura” with edition verso Ramie #480 10” diameter Literature:

RA MI É, PA BLO PICASSO: C ATA-

LO G UE O F TH E EDI TED CERA MIC WOR KS 19 4 7- 19 71, MA DOU RA , 1988, # 480

$3,000-5,000


118 PABLO PICASSO SEA VIEW 1965 Woolen tapestry Unknown edition size Slatkin Galleries “Picasso” woven lower right verso; “6.4.65” upper left 72” x 90” $8,000-9,000

119 PABLO PICASSO SHORE 1965 Woolen tapestry Unknown edition size Slatkin Galleries “Picasso” woven lower right verso; “6.4.65” lower middle 70.5” x 92.5” $8,000-9,000

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120 DALE CHIHULY GUILDED OPAL AND DEEP GARNET SCULPTURE Custom, executed March 2004 Blown glass chandelier Studio Approximately 5’ x 6’ Provenance:

PRIVATE COLLEC T I ON , SA N

D IEG O

$40,000-60,000

Detail of sculpture


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In situ photograph by Tim Stahl


121 GEORGE NAKASHIMA MINGUREN II SIDE TABLE Studio, designed circa 1970 American Black Walnut 18” x 29.5” x 30.5” $8,000-12,000


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122 GEORGE NAKASHIMA PAIR OF CHAIRS Studio, designed circa 1955; this example made after 1962 American Black Walnut Each: 32.75” x 32” x 28” $8,000-12,000


123 ANNIE LIEBOVITZ DAVID BYRNE, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 1986 Cibachrome photograph Visible: 9.375” x 11.375”; Frame: 21.25” x 18.25” $6,000-9,000

124 CHUCK CLOSE UNTITLED (SELF PORTRAIT) 1996 Digital inkjet print on Arches Aquarelle cold press paper Printer’s proof aside from edition of 10 Signed lower middle; dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 39” x 32.375”; Sheet: 47” x 35”; Frame: 55.75” x 43.75” $7,000-9,000

125 CHUCK CLOSE PHIL 1976 Lithograph on Strathmore 3-ply paper #224 of 1000 A. Colish Press, printer; Parasol Press, Ltd., New York, publisher; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, distributer Edition verso Sold in original envelope Image: 7.125” x 5.625”; Sheet: 8” x 8” $3,000-4,000


126 ROBERT LONGO CINDY 2002 Lithograph on Rives paper #26 of 120 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet: 46” x 30”; Frame: 51.75” x 35.75” $3,000-5,000

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127 ROBERT LONGO UNTITLED (PL. 13 FROM MEN IN THE CITIES) 2005 Digital pigment print on Crane Portfolio rag paper #7 of 15 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 40” x 26.5”; Sheet: 44” x 30.5”; Frame: 47.625” x 34.125” $6,000-9,000


128 BRUCE COHEN UNTITLED (INTERIOR WITH IRISES) 1982 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum label for 1983 Exxon National exhibition verso; Asher/Faure gallery label verso. Canvas: 66” x 40”; Frame: 67” x 41” $7,000-10,000

129 BRUCE COHEN UNTITLED (INTERIOR WITH YELLOW TILE) 1983 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco label verso Canvas: 30” x 21.75”; Frame: 30.75” x 22.5” $3,000-5,000


130 DAVIS CONE ROXY/RAINY DAY 1994 Serigraph #97 of 140 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 27” x 40.125”; Frame: 37” x 46” $700-900

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131 RICHARD ESTES AIRPORT 1981 Serigraph on Fabriano Cottone AP Parasol Press, New York, printer; Editions Domberger, Stuttgart, publisher Signed lower right; edition lower left Edition of 250; From Urban Landscapes III Image: 14” x 20”; Sheet: 19.5” x 27.25”; Frame: 34.5” x 26.5” $1,800-2,500


132 JULIUS SHULMAN CASE STUDY HOUSE #21 (PIERRE KOENIG WITH MODEL) 1960 Archival Chromogenic print (Type C) Signed lower right 20” x 16” (unframed) $3,000-5,000


133 JULIUS SHULMAN CASE STUDY HOUSE #22

134 JULIUS SHULMAN SINGLETON HOUSE

1960 Archival Chromogenic print (Type C) Signed and dated lower right 20” x 16” (unframed)

1960 Gelatin silver print Signed lower right 20” x 16” (unframed)

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

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135 JULIUS SHULMAN NEUTRA VDL (GARDEN HOUSE -- GARDEN ROOM LOOKING OUT TO PATIO) Circa 1946 Vintage gelatin silver print Julius Shulman and Richard Neutra stamps verso; Markings verso: “VDLA-1-2”; “P2 6,9”; “NVD-3” Image: 8” x 10”; Mat: 20” x 16” (unframed) $2,500-3,500


136 REX GOODE “PIG” PLANTER WITH STAND Model no. G-99L Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1949 15.375” x 41.625” x 16.5” $3,000-5,000

137 LA GARDO TACKETT PLANTERS (2) Model no. IN-01 (A) TH-01 (B) Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1949 A: 8” x 12” diameter; B: 8” x 12” diameter $3,000-5,000

138 LA GARDO TACKETT GROUP OF PLANTERS (3) A: Model no. T-104; B: Model no. SC-02; C: Model no. L-20 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 A: 26” x 18”; B: 21.125” x 11.25”; C: 20” x 13.875” $2,000-3,000


139 LA GARDO TACKETT PAIR OF TRAYS

140 LA GARDO TACKETT PITCHER AND SCULPTURE

Studio, designed circa 1950s 1.75” x 20.25” x 14.5” and 3” x 19” x 7.5”

Studio, designed circa 1950s Pitcher: 9.5” x 10.5” x 5.5” Mask: 5” x 7” x 2.5”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

141 LA GARDO TACKETT SCULPTURE AND BOWLS (3) Studio, designed circa 1950s Animal: 7.5” x 12.5” x 4”; Bowls: 1.5” x 6.75” diameter and 2.125” x 8.25” x 4.25” $1,000-1,500

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142 WALTER LAMB DINING SET (6) Brown Jordan, designed circa 1953 Comprised of a table and 5 chairs Bronze, glass and plastic cord Table: 28” x 48.5” diameter; Each chair: 32” x 18.5” x 21.5” $3,000-4,000

143 KIPP STEWART CHAISE AND TABLE (2) Brown Jordan, designed circa 1960s Bronze, yacht cord, glass Chaise: 23” x 76” x 23”; Table: 15” x 24.5" diameter $1,000-1,500


144 WALTER LAMB LOUNGE AND OTTOMAN Model no. C-5700 and C-5706 Brown Jordan, designed 1953 Bronze and yacht cord Chair: 29.75” x 24” x 27.5”; Ottoman: 20.25” x 23.25” x 18” $1,000-1,500

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145 WALTER LAMB DINING CHAIRS (6) Model no. C-1700A and C-1700 Brown Jordan, designed 1953 Bronze and yacht cord Each armchair: 32.25” x 21.5” x 23.5”; Each side chair: 30.75” x 18.5” x 21.5” $2,500-3,500


146 BRUCE NAUMAN UNTITLED (GREEN) 1971 Lithograph #68 of 100 Signed and dated with edition lower right Sheet/Image: 22.5” x 28”; Frame: 23.75” x 29.25” $1,500-2,000

147 BRUCE NAUMAN UNTITLED (PINK) 1971 Lithograph #52 of 100 Signed and dated with edition lower right Sheet/Image: 22.5” x 28”; Frame: 23.75” x 29.25” $1,500-2,000

148 THEODORE ROSZAK UNTITLED (SCULPTURE) Bronze Special commission for the Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, New York #247 in paint on verso Sold with photograph of the artist approx. 27.5” x 18” x 4.5” $15,000-20,000


HENRY GUERRIERO OTHER SIDE OF NOTHING 1968 Bronze Label on box says it was acquired for Silvan Simmone gallery and exhibited in Henry Guerriero in December of 1970 at Fisher Gallery and at the Phoenix Art Museum and Santa Barbara Art Museum With base: 10” x 3.25” x 2.5” $800-1,200

150 JAMES COIGNARD UNTITLED Circa 1978 Bronze sculpture on wood base #7 of 8 Guyot, foundry Signed with edition verso; Foundry stamp verso With base: 13.75” x 7.75” x 3” $1,200-1,500

151 HANS HARTUNG ABSTRACT COMPOSITION #05 AND #06 (2) 1947 Etching #7 of 25; #9 of 25 Each signed lower right; edition lower left Each plate: 6.25” x 4.5”; Frame: 13.75” x 12” $1,800-2,500

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152 ROBERT GRAHAM ELISA 1993-94 Bronze on a footed pedestal From the edition of approximately 12 59.8" x 16" x 16" $40,000-60,000

In the history of Western art, the subject of the human body is enduring. Throughout the latter half of the 20th century, California sculptor Robert Graham (1938-2008, born Mexico City, Mexico) contributed to the tradition of the nude with an approach that melds realism with expressive force. Some of his most notable sculptures include large-scale public commissions such as the Olympic Gateway depicting two headless athletes for the 1984 Olympiad in Los Angeles and the Joe Louis Memorial in downtown Detroit (1986). For the “Eight Statues” exhibition at Gagosian Gallery in New York in 1994, Graham created a series of female nudes in various poses. Characteristic of Graham’s treatment of the female body, one of these forms, the cast bronze Elisa (1993), is a realistically rendered portrait nude of a young woman. A self-contained and confident figure atop a flawless architectural column and base, the work is a synthesis of classical form and a modern perspective. Literature: Robert Graham. Robert Graham Studio, 2008. Web. 22 Oct. 2011.


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153 SAM MALOOF CUSTOM CABINET Studio, designed for Edward Fickett circa 1965 Walnut Stamped verso 36.25” x 51.5” x 20.75” Provenance:

EDWA RD FICKET T, FA I A ,

CAL IFO RNIA ; PRIVAT E COLLECTION, CA LIFORNI A

$10,000-15,000

154 SAM MALOOF SIDE TABLE Studio, executed circa 1950 Stamped in the drawer 14.5” x 29.75” x 29.75” $6,000-8,000

155 SAM MALOOF BENCH WITH CORK TOP Studio, circa 1950s Walnut and cork Stamped verso 15.125” x 28.375” x 13” $3,000-5,000


156 SAM MALOOF CUSTOM DINING TABLE Studio, executed circa 1958 Walnut 28.5” x 72” diameter $30,000-50,000

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157 HARRISON MCINTOSH BOTTLE VASE

158 HARRISON MCINTOSH LIDDED JAR

Studio, executed circa 1960 Stoneware HM stamp and "Harrison McIntosh Handthrown Stoneware Claremont" paper label on bottom with #8247 14” x 8” diameter; wood stand: 1.75” x 7.5” x 7.5”

Studio, executed circa 1960 Stoneware HM stamp and "Harrison McIntosh Handthrown Stoneware Claremont" paper label on bottom with #8367 9” x 6.5” diameter

Sold with Harrison McIntosh Retrospective Exhibition catalogue from 1979 $3,000-5,000

159 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER BOWL Studio, executed 1958 Glazed ceramic Signed "Natzler" and retains paper inventory label “J748” 3.75” x 8.25” Literature:

FORM A ND FI RE: NATZL E R

CERAM ICS 1939 -197 2, SMITH SONI A N I N ST IT UT E, 1 9 7 3, PG 10 8.

$5,000-7,000

160 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER BOWL Studio, circa 1965 Glazed ceramic Signed "Natzler" 3.75” x 4” $3,000-5,000

161 MARILYN LEVINE TROMPE-L’OEIL LEATHER POUCH 1982 Stoneware with leather string Signed and dated “82-5B” approx. 5” x 5” diameter $2,000-3,000

$3,000-5,000


162 DAVID PLANT TADZIO Studio, executed circa 1958 Glazed ceramic tile mosaic Sold with Craftsmanship exhibition catalog. 61.5” x 16” x 2”

163 ELLAMARIE WOOLLEY INTERSECTION (648)

# 116 .

Circa 1970 Acrylic on canvas Signed, dated and numbered on stretcher Canvas: 39.5” x 28.75”; Frame: 40.5” x 30”

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

Literature:

C R AF TS MAN S H IP, LO S AN-

GE L E S C O UN T Y MUS E UM, 195 8 , P G 2 1-2 2 ,

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164 ED RUSCHA CARP WITH FLY 1969 Lithograph on Arches paper #5 of 20 Tamarind Lithography Workshop, printer and publisher Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet: 17” x 24”; Frame: 19.25” x 26.25” Literature:

ENGBE R G A N D P HI L L P OT,

EDWA RD RU SCH A : E DI T I ON S 1 959 - 1 9 9 9 CATA LOGU E RA I SONN É, WA L K E R A RT C E NTER , 1999, # 11.

$9,000-12,000


165 ED RUSCHA LISP 1970 Lithograph on Arches paper #30 of 90 Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, printer; Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, and Brook Alexander, Inc., New York, publishers Signed and dated with edition lower left; gallery label verso Sheet: 20” x 28”; Frame: 22.75” x 30.75” Literature:

E N GB E R G AND P H I LLP OT,

E DWAR D R US C H A: E D I TI ONS 1 959 -1 999 C ATALO GUE R AIS O N N É, WALK ER ART C ENTE R , 19 9 9, # 43 .

$8,000-10,000

166 ED RUSCHA DROPS 1971 Lithograph on Arches paper #73 of 90 Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, printer: Cirrus Editions and Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York, publishers Signed and dated with edition lower left Sheet: 20” x 27.75”; Frame: 22” x 30.75” Literature:

E N GB E R G AND P H I LLP OT,

E DWAR D R US C H A: E D I TI ONS 1 959 -1 999 C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ, WALK ER ART C ENTE R , 19 9 9, # 5 4.

$8,000-10,000

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167 ED RUSCHA ROADRUNNER, STATE II 1998 Lithograph on Rives BFK paper A.P. B; aside from edition plus 4 artist’s proofs Signed and dated lower right; edition and state lower left Workshop chop mark lower left; workshop number reverse lower right, EH457II-98ER Sheet/Image: 30.125” x 22.5”; Frame: 34.5” x 26.5” Literature:

ENGBERG A ND PH IL L P OT,

EDWARD RU SCH A : EDITIONS 1959 - 1 9 9 9 CATALO GU E RA I SONNÉ, WA LKER A RT C E NT ER , 1 9 99, # 27 7.

$5,000-7,000


168 ED RUSCHA IT’S RECREATIONAL (FROM THE WORLD SERIES) 1982 Lithograph on Arches 88 paper #24 of 40 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, printer and publisher Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet/Image: 25” x 34”; Frame: 30.75” x 40” Literature:

E N GB E R G AND P H I LLP OT,

E DWAR D R US C H A: E D I TI ONS 1 959 -1 999 C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ, WALK ER ART C ENTE R , 19 9 9, # 118 .

$4,000-6,000

169 ED RUSCHA PICK, PAN, SHOVEL 1980 Lithograph on white Arches Cover paper #21 of 100 Cirrus Editions Ltd., printer; Graphic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, publisher Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sold with print documentation. Sheet: 22.125” x 30.125”; Frame: 24.25” x 32” Literature:

E N GB E R G AND P H I LLP OT,

E DWAR D R US C H A: E D I TI ONS 1 959 -1 999 C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ, WALK ER ART C ENTE R , 19 9 9, # 10 7.

$2,500-3,500

170 ED RUSCHA EASY AND LONELY 1999 Lithograph A.P.A. Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 12.25” x 22.5”; Sheet: 19.25” x 29”; Frame: 22.25” x 32.25” $5,000-7,000

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171 ED RUSCHA BOOK RETURN 1994 Etching on Dieu Donne handmade paper #21 of 40 Limestone Press, San Francisco, printer; Hine Editions/Limestone Press, San Francisco, publisher Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 14.75” x 11.25”; Sheet: 23.25” x 19.75”; Frame: 31” x 27” Literature:

ENGBERG A ND PH I LL P OT, E DWA R D

RUS CHA: EDITIONS 1959 -1999 CATA LOG U E R A IS O N N É, WA LKER A RT CENTER , 199 9, #2 2 5.

$2,500-3,500

172 ED RUSCHA “BILLY” 1968 Exhibition catalogue with felt letters mounted to sandpaper cover, machine screw and nut binding, and satin ribbon page marker First edition of 2500 Published on the occasion of the 1968 exhibition, “Billy Al Bengston”, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Designed by Ed Ruscha with text by James Monte. 9” x 11” Literature:

A NDREW ROTH , ED, THE OP E N B OOK ,

2 004, PG 198.

$800-1,200

173 ED RUSCHA EVERY BUILDING ON THE SUNSET STRIP 1966/71 Second edition of 5000 Published by the artist Sold with original Mylar slipcase Literature:

ENGBERG A ND PH I LL P OT, E DWA R D

RUS CHA: EDITIONS 1959 -1999 CATA LOG U E R A IS O N N É, WA LKER A RT CENTER , 199 9, #B 4 .

$800-1,000

174 ED RUSCHA TWENTYSIX GASOLINE STATIONS 1963/67 Second edition of 500 Published by the artist Literature:

ENGBERG A ND PH I LL P OT, E DWA R D

RUS CHA: EDITIONS 1959 -1999 CATA LOG U E R A IS O N N É, WA LKER A RT CENTER , 199 9, #B 1 .

$1,500-2,000


175 VARIOUS AUTHORS COLLECTION OF ART DECO AND BAUHAUS BOOKS (27) 1928-1995 Titles: The Machine Age in America (1986), American Art Deco (1986), Walter Dorwin Teague’s Design This Day (1940), Norman Bel Geddes’ Magic Motorways (1940), Norman Bel Geddes’ Horizons (1932/1977), Raymond Hood Architect: Form Through Function in the American Skyscraper (1973), Twentieth Century Limited: Industrial Design in America, 1925-1939 (1979), Art Deco Style (1983), Donald Deskey: Decorative Designs and Interiors (1987), Pierre Chareau: Designer and Architect (1992), Depression Modern: The Thirties Style in America (1975/1988), Michel Dufet au Musée Bourdelle (1984), Clarice Cliff (1976), The 1920s: Age of the Metropolis (1991), Paul T. Frankl’s New Dimensions: The Decorative Arts of Today in Words and Pictures (1928), Sonia Delaunay: Fashion and Fabrics (1991), The Bauhaus (1991), The Bauhaus Reassessed (1985), Marcel Breuer: Furniture and Interiors (1981), Masters of World Architecture: Walter Gropius (1960), Bauhaus 1919-1928 (1938/1984), Mies van der Rohe (1947/1978), Neues Bauen in Deutschland (1952), Modern Architecture in Germany (1952), Le Corbusier et Pierre Jeanneret (1935), Designing Modernity: The Arts of Reform and Persuasion (1995), Power in Building (1953) $1,000-1,500

176 VARIOUS AUTHORS COLLECTION OF MODERN FURNITURE AND ARCHITECTURE PUBLICATIONS (27) 1945-1993 Titles: Tomorrow’s Small House (1945), Yesterday’s Houses of Tomorrow (1991), 20th-Century Architecture (1989), Decorating for Modern Living (1974), Postwar Interior Design: 1945-1960 (1987), Keck & Keck (1993), Tomorrow’s House (1945), Homes (1947), Masters of Modern Architecture (1958), McCall’s Book of Modern Houses (1951), Plastik Welten (1985), Design Source Book (1986), Mid-Century Modern (1984), Furniture Modern + Postmodern (1990), Furniture 2: Neoclassic to the Present (1981), Quaderni di Domus 1: I Libri Nella Casa (1945), Quaderni di Domus 2: Gli Studi Nella Casa (1945), Contemporary Furniture (Jens Risom catalog), Design: A Creative Approach (1953), Charles Eames Furniture from the Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York (1973), Arne Jacobsen A Danish Architect (1971/72), An Exhibition for Modern Living (1949), Quaderni di Domos 5: L’Illuminazione Della Casa (1946), Ein Möbelbuch (1932), The Conran Directory of Design (1985), Sourcebook of Modern Furniture (1988), Möbel & Wohnraum Meubles & Aménagements Intérieurs (1946), Art Plastic: Designed for Living (1984) $1,000-1,500

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177 JOSEF HOFFMANN VER SACRUM POSTCARDS (9) 1898 Lithograph Verlag v. Gerlach & Schenk, Wien Comprised of postcards by Josef Hoffmann, Kolo Moser and Adolf Böhm (7): 5.5” x 3.5”; (2): 3.5” x 5.5”; Framed together: 20.25” x 16.25” $3,000-5,000

178 HENRI SAUVAGE MOLDED TILE Alexandre Bigot, circa 1900 Glazed ceramic 11.875” x 13” Literature:

Y VONNE BRU NH A MME R E T

AL , ART NOU VEAU BELGIU M FRA N C E, EXHIBIT ION CATA LOGU E, RI CE MUSE U M , HO USTO N , 1976, PG 157, # 20 0.

$800-1,200

179 HENRY VAN DE VELDE GROUP OF 8 ART NOUVEAU TILES Alexandre Bigot, circa 1900-1910 Glazed ceramic with low relief Three with Bigot’s castle mark verso. Each: 6.75” x 8” $8,000-12,000


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180 JOSEF MARIA OLBRICH TABLE Circa 1900 Wood table with metal leaf decoration 31.5” x 39.5” x 25.25” $8,000-10,000

181 HECTOR GUIMARD GROUP OF 4 BRONZE DOOR HANDLES AND ONE BELL PLATE Circa 1909-1912 Gilded bronze Each handle: 4” x 1.5” x 2.625”; Plate: 3.5” x 3.75” $2,000-3,000


182 ARMAND-ALBERT RATEAU CHAIR WITH HINGED BACK Designed circa 1925 Oak, ebony veneer, silk, and straw Signed underneath and marked "71937248" Open: 34” x 17” x 17” $15,000-20,000

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183 MILTON AVERY NUDE COMBING HAIR 1930 Gouache on paper Signed lower center Sheet: 24” x 17.5”; Frame: 30.25” x 24” $20,000-30,000


184 MILTON AVERY TRANSITO 1946 Watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower right Painted in Mexico. Accompanied by a photo certificate from the artist’s wife, Sally M. Avery, dated 10/20/74. Sheet: 19.5” x 25.625”; Frame: 32” x 38” $20,000-30,000

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185 MILTON AVERY UNTITLED 1950 Work on paper Signed and dated in pencil lower left Sheet: 17” x 22”; Frame: 25.5” x 29.25” $18,000-25,000


186 T. H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS COFFEE TABLE Widdicomb, designed circa 1950s Retains “Widdicomb designed by T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings” label 15.25” x 60” x 23” $2,000-3,000

187 TOMMI PARZINGER CHAISE LONGUE Possibly Charak Modern, designed circa 1940s 30” x 67” x 26.5” $5,000-7,000


Responsible for designing over 200 pieces of furniture in Hilda Boldt Weber’s Bel Air mansion Casa Encantada, British designer and writer T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings (1905-1976) brought a fresh interpretation to neo-classical furniture design to the mid-20th century. While studying in London, Robsjohn-Gibbings gained experience as a draftsman and then continued his formal education at the University of Liverpool, London University, and the Slade School of Fine Art. He moved to New York to pursue a career with the Elizabethan furniture importer, Charles of London, where his design sensibility took shape. The designer’s lifelong fascination with classical design was showcased at his newly opened Madison Avenue studio with his first line of furniture, Sans Epoque, described by Robsjohn-Gibbings as “a new form of clear-cut beauty based on

ancient traditions of purity of line…form without period because pure beauty is everlasting.” It was at Casa Encantada that RobsjohnGibbings was given the opportunity for the Sans Epoque philosophy to flourish. Working closely with the Peterson Studios in Santa Barbara, he supplied Greek, Roman, and Egyptian-themed furniture for each of the sixty-four rooms, including this pair of Cupid end tables. In 1986, some of Robsjohn-Gibbings’ era-defining designs from Casa Encantada were featured in High Styles: Twentieth-Century American Design at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Literature: Head, Jeffrey. “T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings.” Modern Americana: Studio Furniture from High Craft to High Glam. Ed. Todd Merrill and Julie V. Iovine. New York: Rizzoli, 2008. 194-205. Print.

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188 T.H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS PAIR OF SANS EPOQUE TABLES Custom, designed circa 1930 Retains “Sans Epoque RobsjohnGibbings” stamp 25.75” x 15” x 15” $20,000-30,000


189 RICHARD NEUTRA DINETTE TABLE Custom designed, circa 1946 27.5” x 52” x 37” Provenance: MODERN

TI MES, LOS A N G E L E S;

PRIVAT E COLLECTI ON, LOS A NGE L E S

$5,000-7,000


190 RODNEY WALKER CUSTOM COFFEE TABLE Executed circa 1950 Wood with Formica laminate top 10” x 80” x 42.25” Designed and built by Rodney Walker and pictured in the September, 1952 issue of House Beautiful in the Walker family home on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, where they lived from 1951 to 1956. Also part of the interior design of Walker’s family home in Ojai, where the family lived from 1958 to 2003. Provenance: C R AIG

WALK ER , C ALI FOR NI A;

P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, CALI FOR NI A

Literature:

HOUSE BEAUTIFUL , SEP TEM-

B E R 195 2 .

$5,000-7,000

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191 MITCHELL BOBRICK CONTROL LIGHT Controlight, Inc., designed circa 1950 Retains “Controlight” label 30.5” x 18” x 19” $3,000-5,000


111 192 LEONARD EDM0NDSON BOWLS (2) AND ETCHINGS (2) 1952-53 Etching A: #10 of 50 Both etchings signed and dated lower margin; both ceramics signed, one dated. Etching A plate: 7.875” x 2.875”; Frame: 13.25” x 7.5”; Etching B plate: 6.875” x 2.875”; Frame: 11.25” x 7.25”; Ceramic A: 5.25” x 7.125” diameter; Ceramic B: 5” x 6.25” diameter $2,000-3,000

193 YNEZ JOHNSTON AND ADAM MEKLER PLATE AND BOWL Glazed ceramic Signed verso Plate: 6.75” diameter; Bowl: 1.75” x 8.375" diameter $2,000-2,400


For over fifty years, John Chamberlain (b. 1927) has been constructing welded metal sculptures using crumpled and distorted automobile parts. In a recent New York Times interview, Chamberlain wished his claim to fame was having a drink with Billie Holiday, though it is his innovative, “articulate wadding” that has earned him international acclaim. After studying sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago and Black Mountain College in Asheville, North Carolina in the 1950s, he began working primarily with car parts. He recalls, “It was like, God, I finally found an art supply, and it was so cheap it just made you laugh.” In 1961, the same year he was invited to participate in the São Paulo Biennale, his sculpture was included in an important survey exhibition, The Art of Assemblage at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The influential Leo Castelli Gallery in New York began showing Chamberlain’s work in 1959, and Chamberlain had a solo show there in January of 1962. As he continued to construct the large-scale automobile sculptures that became his trademark, Chamberlain experimented with some of the same materials in smaller, mixed media relief sculptures. Untitled (1962) is a complex tangle of rusted metal scraps exploding from a canvas of stapled brown paper. Its willful disorder evokes Chamberlain’s early experimentation with poetry at Black Mountain College, where he explored the visual combination and structure of the words on the paper, and is characteristic of his continually evolving engagement with the process of assemblage. Chamberlain was honored with major retrospectives at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York in 1971, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in 1986, and the Staatliche Kunsthalle, Germany in 1991. Now 84, he is still creating massive, mangled sculptures at his Shelter Island, New York studio with the help of Belgian fabricators. A career-spanning exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York is slated for 2012. Guggenheim is slated for the near future. Chamberlain is currently represented by Gagosian. Literature: Cohen, David. “The Probity of Modernism: Collages by John Chamberlain and Alfred Leslie.” Artcritical.com. Art Critical, 12 Nov. 2010. Web. 1 Nov. 2011. “John Chamberlain.” Guggenheim Museum. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2011. Web. 30 Sept. 2011. Kennedy, Randy. “A Crusher of Cars, a Molder of Metal.” Nytimes.com. New York Times, 8 May 2011. Web. 1 Nov. 2011.

194 JOHN CHAMBERLAIN UNTITLED 1962 Mixed media relief on panel Signed and dated lower right; Leo Castelli, New York label verso. Relief: 12” x 12” x 5”; With mount: 17” x 17” x 7.25” Provenance: L EO

C ASTELLI , NEW YOR K ;

B E T T Y AS H E R , LO S ANG ELES ( AC Q U I R ED F R O M C ASTE L L I IN 1962) ; P R I VATE C OLL EC TIO N , LO S AN GE L ES ( ACQ U I R ED FR OM AS H E R C 19 7 0) .

$150,000-200,000

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195 RICHARD MCLEAN RUN RUN 1963 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower middle; signed, titled and dated verso Canvas: 60” x 55”; Frame: 60.5” x 55.5” $3,000-5,000

196 ANDRES SEGOVIA UNTITLED (STILL LIFE) 1950s Oil on Masonite Signed upper left Canvas: 31” x 38.5”; Frame: 40.25” x 47.75” $1,500-2,000


197 RAYMOND PARKER UNTITLED February 16, 1959 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso; partial "Martin Widdifield Gallery" label verso 70” x 74.25” $20,000-30,000

115 198 RAYMOND PARKER TRAP 1950 Oil on Masonite Signed lower right; signed with title and date verso 31.625” x 47.75” $3,000-4,000


Muted suburban interiors, minimalist potted plants, and legendary athletes comprise the subject matter of contemporary painter Jonas Wood (b. 1977, Boston). A Los Angeles resident, Wood’s paintings evoke the abstraction of Cubism, the geometry of Alexander Calder’s mobiles, and Andy Warhol’s treatment of popular culture. According to art critic Roberta Smith, Wood’s canvases, slightly distorted images from his own life, create a “highly personal but impersonally observed reality.” Wood has earned critical acclaim through his solo exhibitions at the Hammer Museum and various New York and Los Angeles galleries, in addition to work on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Wood’s paintings are immediately accessible, most notably his athletic trading card portraits likely based on cards scattered among the books and clutter found in 199 JONAS WOOD EWING’S CARD 2005 Gouache and pencil on Rives BFK paper Signed and dated with title verso Image: 27.75” x 20.25”; Sheet: 30.25” x 22.25” $4,000-6,000

his other paintings. He transforms the original photographs of Kareem-Abdul Jabar, Rasheed Wallace, and Patrick Ewing into larger two-dimensional representations; the expressions more intense, the colors richer, and the celebrities transfigured into the artist’s childhood memory of his favorite players. In Ewing’s Card (2007), the legendary player merges into a surreal background, the team name is reduced to warped shapes, and even the NBA logo is slightly askew, yet Ewing’s unmistakable scowl and vice grip on the ball dominate the composition. Literature: Smith, Roberta. “Paintings by Jonas Wood.” Nytimes.com. New York Times, 17 March 2011. Web. 23 Oct. 2011. Peippon, Corrina. “Jonas Wood.” Hammer.ucla.edu. Hammer Museum, 2010. Web. 23 Oct. 2011.


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Barneys New York in 1994 had one of the most provocative Christmas storefront windows in the city. Shoppers were greeted with three Bart Simpson wise men, a McDonald’s stamped stable, and a Hello Kitty Virgin Mary. This was the holiday ruse of Tom Sachs (b. 1966), a Westport, Connecticut-born artist whose fascination with consumerism and luxury goods became the basis of his work. Sachs explained, “I started out doing work about brands as a way of investigating my feelings about luxury goods: wanting them, being offended by them, both at the same time.” Prior to opening his studio, Allied Cultural Prosthetics, in New York’s machine district, Sachs improved his fabrication skills during an internship at Frank Gehry’s workshop in Los Angeles. After his 1994 Barneys display, Sachs began exhibiting his “cultural prosthetics,” homemade grenades and guns branded with high fashion logos, at New York and Parisian galleries. While many of his pieces are inoperable, Sachs has constructed working objects: firearms, Knoll furniture from discarded phone books, a grand piano, and a refrigerator. According to Sachs, his career-spanning attraction to Hello Kitty and her friend Miffy stems from the cartoon icons’ “almost Buddhist sense of nothingness.” At a first-floor exhibit in New York’s Lever House, Sachs installed two 10-foot crying Hello Kitty and Miffy fountains with water pouring from their eyes. The white-painted bronze Crying Hello Kitty (2008) was placed in front of the Eiffel Tower. Hello Kitty (circa 2000), a Gucci hatbox lid with the familiar feline painted on the underside, is exemplary of Sachs’ subversive commentary of consumerist iconography. Literature: Sheets, Hilarie M. “This Is His Life: A Blue Whale and Hello Kitty.” Nytimes.com. New York Times, 4 May 2008. Web. 23 Oct. 2011. Tom Sachs. Tom Sachs Studio, 2011. Web. 23 Oct. 2011.

200 TOM SACHS HELLO KITTY Circa 2000 Acrylic and pencil on gift box lid 16” x 18.25” x 1.75” $8,000-12,000


Employing technical skills that rival those of a mechanical engineer, a special effects wunderkind, or Frankenstein, Tim Hawkinson (b. 1960) creates some of the most visually stunning and detailed works in contemporary art. Born in San Francisco, he attended San Jose State University and then received his MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles. Heavily influenced by Charles Ray, Marcel Duchamp, and Mike Kelley, Hawkinson began constructing pieces using found materials and his own ingenuity. Distinctly inventive in his technique and use of everyday materials, he explores existential themes of human consciousness, the passing of time, and our relationship with the objects we create and consume. Hawkinson frequently incorporates himself or his own body parts into pieces. Alter (1993), a depiction of the artist’s skeleton that he created by covering himself with sticky fabric he then rubbed with pastel, resulted in “a hybrid [of] an X-ray and the Shroud of Turin.” At a solo exhibition at New York’s Ace Gallery, Hawkinson unveiled some of his large-scale amalgamations, including a massive cardboard and vinyl bagpipe that played melodies such as “Amazing Grace,” and Penitent (1994), a rawhide dog chew human skeleton with plastic bottle lungs that emit a whistling sound. While the capricious Hawkinson utilizes a multitude of materials and subject matter, the careful manipulation of seemingly lifeless objects is at the forefront of each piece. According to Lawrence Rinder, “Hawkinson himself is far more inclined to speak about his materials and techniques than to address the thematic aspects of his work.” In Envelope after Simone Martini (1990), which is described in the catalogue for Hawkinson’s mid-career retrospective at the Los Angeles

201 TIM HAWKINSON UNTITLED (DOUBLE FLAGS) 1990 United States flags and gingham napkin on canvas Signed and dated verso 22” x 21” $6,000-8,000

County Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, he uses a defunct envelope – hall table clutter destined for the recycling bin – and re-imagines the cancellation stamps as halos of saints in Martini’s Annunciation. In Untitled (Double Flags) (1990) Hawkinson offers a contemporary reinterpretation of the American flag, a recurring theme in modern art that has been explored by Jasper Johns and Roy Lichtenstein. By carefully stitching together two flags and a checkered pattern as ubiquitous as the flag itself, he questions our tendency to demote this symbol of freedom to something closer to Americana. Literature: Rinder, Lawrence. “My Favorite Things.” Tim Hawkinson. Ed. Lawrence Rinder. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2004. 15-27. Print. Fox, Howard N. “Speaking in Tongues: The Art of Tim Hawkinson.” Tim Hawkinson. Ed. Lawrence Rinder. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2004. 30-41. Print.


202 TIM HAWKINSON ENVELOPE AFTER SIMONE MARTINI 1990 Ink on envelope Signed and dated verso Envelope: 8.875” x 11.875”; Frame: 12.625” x 15” Literature:

L AW R E NC E R I NDER , TI M

H AW K IN S O N, W H ITN EY M U SEU M OF AM ER IC AN ART AN D LO S ANG ELES COU NT Y M U S E UM O F ART W ITH A BR AM S, 2005, P G 1 7 9.

$4,000-6,000

203 JAMES FRANCO UNTITLED 2005 Oil on canvas Signed verso Lacy Primitive and Fine Art, Los Angeles label verso Canvas: 60.25” x 48.25”; Frame: 60.75” x 48.75” $8,000-10,000

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PROPERTY FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION The following 103 lots were assembled over the last 15 years by a Los Angeles couple who started collecting to furnish their mid-century modern home in Bel-Air, California. In the mid 1990's, there were very few connoisseurs of Modern Design and extraordinary pieces often sold for very little. As prices steadily rose, new auction departments, and indeed new auction houses, were created to keep up with the growing demand for important design. The Bel-Air couple quickly assembled a home full of design and soon ran out of the space, but not the passion and desire, to create a collection worthy of any major museum. Eames, Nelson and Noguchi became subjects for in depth acquisitions. Luckily, many historically important pieces were surfacing for the first time, and the opportunity to build a well-rounded collection was irresistible. 204 GEORGE NELSON DOUBLE MARSHMALLOW SOFA Custom, designed 1956 One of two examples custom ordered for the reception of Consolidated Edison, New York 30” x 104” x 31.75” Provenance:

CON EDI SON, NEW YOR K ;

CHARLIE MILH AU PT, NEW YORK

$80,000-100,000

One of the first great examples they acquired was the Double Marshmallow Sofa commissioned for the reception of New York's Con Edison. Remarkably, they also purchased the Greene & Greene cabinet and the Noguchi chess table on the same day. Over the next decade they amassed what can only be described as one of the most important collections of post-war American design in private hands. Many objects have been lent to exhibitions over the years, and gifts to various institutions have endeared the couple to many curators. Since this catalogue went into production, the couple has given another Marshmallow sofa (one of three they acquired) to Los Angeles County Museum of Art that is currently on view. The decision to sell now was partially born of necessity (the collection has grown to fill several storage facilities) and also because the couple, who purchased many items out of fear that there were no other suitable custodians, now believe these works will be better served in the hands of the next generation of collectors who will care for these pieces and enjoy them on a daily basis.


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205 HERBERT MATTER CHARLES EAMES circa 1946 Vintage Silver Gelatin print Stamped verso “Exhibition of New Furniture Designed by Charles Eames March 13-31, 1946. Museum of Modern Art” 10” x 7.75” $5,000-7,000

206 CHARLES & RAY EAMES SIX PANEL SCREEN Model no. FSW-6 Herman Miller, designed 1946 34.25” x 60” Literature:

NEU H A RT, EA MES DE SI G N : T HE

WO RK O F TH E OFFICE OF CH A RLE S A N D R AY EAMES, AB RA MS, 1989, PG 7 9.

$5,000-7,000


207 CHARLES & RAY EAMES CHILD’S CHAIR Evans Molded Plywood Division, designed 1945 Produced for only one year, approximately 5000 chairs and stools were made in total. 14.5” x 14.5” x 11” Literature:

N E UH ART, EAM ES DESI G N: TH E

WO R K O F TH E O F F IC E OF C H AR LES AND R AY E AME S, AB R AMS, 19 8 9, P G 54 - 56.

$5,000-7,000

208 CHARLES EAMES EAMES HOUSE (AERIAL VIEW)

$3,000-5,000

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Circa 1955 Vintage photograph Printed at the Eames Office Signed verso “From the Office of Charles Eames” 9.75” x 7.5”


209 CHARLES & RAY EAMES DCW PROTOTYPE CHAIR Produced at the Eames Office prior to December 1945 Black aniline dyed spine and legs Retains Museum of Modern Art exhibition inventory label and Evans label, stamped "7" 29.5” x 19” x 21.5” Provenance:

CH A RLES EA MES,

PRIVAT E COLLECTI ON, NEW YOR K ; FIFT Y/ 50, NEW YORK; PRIVAT E COLLECTI ON, LOS A NGE L E S

Exhibited:

TH E BA RCL AY H OTE L , N E W YOR K , DEC E M B E R 1 9 4 5;

T HE ARC H ITECTU RA L LEAGU E, N E W YOR K , F E B R UA RY 1 9 4 6 ; T HE MUSEU M OF MODERN A RT, N E W YOR K , M A R C H 1 9 4 6 .

Literature:

NEU H A RT, EA MES DE SI G N : T HE WOR K OF T HE OF-

FICE O F CH A RLES A ND RAY EA M E S, A B R A M S, 1 9 89, P G 59 NEUHART, TH E STORY OF EA ME S F U R N I T U R E, G E STA LT E N , 2 01 0, PG 345.

$100,000-150,000

The molded plywood chairs by the Eames created an immediate and profound impact on Design of the Twentieth Century. When they were first unveiled at a press showing at the Barclay Hotel in New York in December 1945, they caught the attention of Elliot Noyes, who arranged a one-man show at the Museum of Modern Art a scant three months later. The designs were also noticed by George Nelson who had recently become design director at Herman Miller. At a time when most of the rest of the world was only beginning to return to domestic production, the Eames already had a fully designed, tested and executed line of new furniture ready to be put into production. The advanced design was a culmination of five years of research and development starting with the Eames co-entry with Eero Saarinen in The Museum of Modern Art's Organic Design competition in 1941 and made possible by the Eames access to materials and technology developed while acting as an official Naval Contractor during World War II. Charles and Ray famously created the first three-dimensionally "molded" works in a homemade contraption dubbed "The Kazaam" machine built in the bath tub of their rented apartment. The chairs were made first by the dozens, then by the hundreds as orders poured in. Finally, Herman Miller would take over production and distribution by the tens of thousands. The example offered here is one of the first hand-made models with the short-lived "double cycle welded shock mount" used to attach the backrest to the central spine. These distinctive early variations are clearly visible in the photographs of the Barclay and MOMA shows. This example is one of the appoximately eight dining chairs exibited and still retains a MOMA exhibition inventory label. One of the most elusive and important designs of the Twentieth Century, only three examples of these rare chairs are known to have surfaced in the last Twenty years.


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210 CHARLES & RAY EAMES DINING CHAIR WITH HYDE Model no. DCW-U Herman Miller, designed 1946 Black aniline dyed plywood with pony slunkskin hyde 28.75” x 19.5” x 21” $10,000-15,000


211 CHARLES & RAY EAMES DINING CHAIR Model no. DCW Herman Miller, designed 1945-46 Red aniline dyed Birch seat and back rest with black aniline dyed Birch legs and spine 28.5” x 19.5” x 21.5” $2,500-3,500

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212 CHARLES & RAY EAMES DINING CHAIR Model no. DCW Evans Products designed 1945-46 Plywood with red aniline dye Retains Evans Products label 28.5” x 19.5” x 21.5” Literature:

NEU H A RT, EA MES DE SI G N : T HE

WO RK O F TH E OFFI CE OF CH A RLE S A N D R AY EAM ES, A BRA MS, 1989, PG 58.

$2,000-3,000

213 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR Model no. LCM Herman Miller, designed 1946 Red aniline dyed Birch 26.25” x 22” x 22.5” Literature:

NEU H A RT, EA MES DE SI G N : T HE

WO RK O F TH E OFFI CE OF CH A RLE S A N D R AY EAM ES, A BRA MS, 1989, PG 7 3

$2,000-3,000


214 CHARLES & RAY EAMES ROCKING CHAIR Model no. RAR with Parchment fiberglass shell Zenith Plastics & Herman Miller, designed 1950-53 Retains Zenith label 26.5” x 25” x 29.5” $1,000-1,500

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215 HARRY BERTOIA SOUND SCULPTURE Circa 1965 Gilt Bronze 9.5” x 4.125” x 4.125” Provenance: CO LLECT ION OF STA NLEY MA RCUS

$15,000-20,000


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1977 Granite and found stones 16" x 10" x 10" Provenance: ATL A NTI C

R I CH FI ELD ( AR CO)

C O R P O R ATE ART C OLLECTI ON

$2,000-3,000

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216 SEIJI KUNISHIMA 77-3 #112 (SCULPTURE)


217 PHILIP JOHNSON FLOOR LAMP and Richard Kelly Edison Price, Inc., designed 1953 Bronze, painted steel, and aluminum with original power transformer Accompanied by copy of a letter of provenance from Philip Johnson. 40” x 25” diameter with shade Literature:

EIDELBERG, DESI GN 1 935 - 1 9 6 5:

WHAT MO DERN WAS, A BRA MS, 199 1 , P G 2 04

Provenance:

PH ILI P JOH NSON, N E W YOR K ;

PRIVAT E COLLECTI ON, CA LIFORN I A

$25,000-35,000

Designed by architect Philip Johnson in 1948, the Glass House situated in the serene New Canaan, Connecticut landscape presented a seemingly insurmountable lighting problem. After standard candelabras and lamps created distracting reflections, Johnson turned to lighting consultant Richard Kelly for help. Combining theatrical lighting features, Japanese simplicity, and a powerful beam of light deflected by a painted white shade, the innovative lamp that resulted from their collaboration, produces a soft field of indirect light. Utilized by Johnson in some of his other interiors, this popular design remained in commercial production until 1967. Literature: Eidelberg, Martin. Ed. Design 1935 – 1965: What Modern Was. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1991. 204.Print.


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218 POUL KJAERHOLM CHAISE LONGUE Model no. PK 24 Fritz Hansen, designed 1965 Brushed stainless steel and wicker 34.5” x 26” x 54.5” Literature:

HA R L A N G , P OU L KJA E R HOL M,

A R K I T E K T E N S, 2 001 , P G 1 1 8 - 1 1 9.

$2,500-3,500

219 PHILIP JOHNSON AND RICHARD KELLY, ATTRIBUTED FLOOR LIGHTS (2) Kliegl Bros, designed circa 1953 Retains Kliegl Bros. NY label Each: 12.5” x 7” diameter Provenance:

AL B E RT AN D R O B E RTA

WO H L STE T TE R , LO S AN GE L E S ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N , C AL IFO R N IA

$2,000-3,000


220 HANS J. WEGNER STACKING DINING CHAIR (4) Model no. 4103 Fritz Hansen, designed 1952 Each 29” x 21” x 18.5” Literature:

DA NI SH CH A IRS, ODA ,

CHRO N ICA L BOOKS, 1999, PG 118.

$3,000-5,000

221 HANS J. WEGNER STOOL Johannes Hansen, designed circa 1953 Marked “Johannes Hansen Copenhagen, Denmark, Designed H.J. Wegner” 19” x 26” x 15.25” $2,000-3,000


222 HANS J. WEGNER PEACOCK CHAIR Model no. 550 Johannes Hansen, designed 1947 Branded “Johannes Hansen/ Copenhegan Denmark” Wegner designed this chair after the English Windsor chair, but fellow designer Finn Juhl famously renamed it the "Peacock" chair. 42” x 30” x 27” Literature:

DAN IS H CH AI R S, C H R ONI CLE

B O O KS, 19 9 6 , P G 10 6.

$2,000-3,000

135 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


223 TIMO SARPANEVA LANCET VASE

224 TIMO SARPANEVA KAYAK

Model no. 3841 Iittala, designed 1954 10.25” x 6.5” x 2”

Model no. 3867 Iittala, designed 1957 Etched “Timo Sarpaneva Iittala 57” 1.5” x 13” x 2.75”

Literature:

Literature:

F IN N IS H GL ASS : B R O C H UR E S

F IN N IS H G L ASS: B R OCH U R ES

F R O M TH E 195 0 S, F IN N IS H GL ASS MUS E UM,

F R O M TH E 195 0 S, F INNI SH G L ASS M U SEU M ,

19 9 4, P G 6 .

19 9 4, P G 13 .

$20,000-30,000

$20,000-25,000

137 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


225 FOLKE JANSSON ARABESQUE LOUNGE CHAIR Wingrantz Mobelindustri, designed 1955 29.25” x 28” x 33” $5,000-7,000


226 CHARLES & RAY EAMES STORAGE UNIT Model no. ESU-200-C Herman Miller, designed 1950 32.25” x 47” x 16” Literature:

N E UH ART, EAM ES DESI G N: TH E

WO R K O F TH E O F F IC E OF C H AR LES AND R AY E AME S, AB R AMS, 19 8 9, P G 1 29.

$4,000-6,000

139


227 RAY KOMAI LOUNGE CHAIR

228 RAY KOMAI LOUNGE CHAIR

Model no. 939 J.G. Furniture Company, designed 1949 29” x 21.5” x 22”

J.G. Furniture Company, designed 1949 27” x 21” x 21.5”

Literature:

$1,500-2,000

F IE L L , 10 0 0 C H AIR S, TAS C H E N ,

19 9 7, P G 2 8 1

$1,500-2,000

141 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


229 VERNER PANTON HEART CONE CHAIR

230 VERNER PANTON WIRE CONE CHAIR

Model no. K3 Plus-Linje, Denmark, designed 1958 35.5” x 39.5” x 25”

Model no. K2 Plus-Linje, Denmark, designed 1958 29.5” x 25.25” x 23”

Literature:

Literature:

VERNER PA NTON: THE C OL L EC T E D

VE R N E R PAN TO N : TH E C O L L EC TE D

WO RKS, V I TRA DESIGN MU SEU M, 2 000, P G 24 2 .

WOR KS, VI T R A DE S IGN MUS E UM, 2 0 0 0, P G 242 .

$3,000-5,000

$2,000-3,000

231 VERNER PANTON PEACOCK CHAIR From the Wire Collection series Plus-Linje, Denmark, designed circa 1950s 16” x 37.5” diameter Literature:

V E R N E R PAN TO N : TH E C O L-

L EC TE D WO R KS, V ITR A D E S IGN MUS EU M , 2 0 0 0, P G 246 .

$3,000-5,000


143

Custom designed circa 1960 Aluminum, wood and plastic 32” x 17.75” x 15.5” Exhibited:

SAN F R ANC I SCO M U SEU M OF

MO D E R N ART, “ S IT TING ON TH E EDG E”, 19 9 8 - 9 9.

Illustrated:

B E TS KY, SI T TI NG ON TH E

E D GE, R IZ ZO L I, 19 9 8 , P L ATE 94 .

$20,000-30,000

PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

232 ARNE JACOBSEN PROTOTYPE SIDE CHAIR


In 1961 in a small modernist house in Palm Springs, California, industrial designer Raymond Loewy assembled a four-man design team to construct a clay model of what would become the Studebaker Avanti sports car. In March, Sherwood Egbert, the president of Studebaker, phoned Loewy from South Bend, Indiana and asked him to design a car. Loewy insisted on working in Palm Springs with his own team, far from the prying eyes of Detroit stylists. With a short window of time to complete the mock-up, Loewy’s team was managed by Johnny Ebstein, “an excellent designer and organizer,” according to Loewy. They conserved every minute, and fifteen days later, Loewy flew to South Bend to begin work on the full-scale mock-up. Remembering this whirlwind process, Loewy writes, “It was developed so efficiently; a lightning-like shoe-string operation compared to the hundreds of thousands of man hours and millions of dollars Detroit expends on an average new body design to achieve a ‘committee’ look.” When the car was unveiled at the New York Automobile Show, it became an instant classic, so popular that South Bend couldn’t manufacture fiberglass quickly enough to keep up with the orders. The Avanti’s advanced luxury styling was unlike anything seen on American streets. New design details included the asymmetrical power bulge on the front hood, a fin-less sculptured body with virtually no chrome trim and no visible front grill, and a long hood and short trunk, which set the tone for the next wave of sports coupes. Constructed of 183 separate panels of molded fiberglass, the Avanti also featured advanced interior designs such as a concealed vanity tray and a fully padded safety dash. The unusual “coke bottle” body styling was purportedly inspired by the four designers' interest in the bikini-clad girls seen at nearby Palm Spring resorts. At the time the fastest American car, the Avanti set twenty-four speed and endurance records for a stock American production car with the help of its V-8 Jet-Thrust engine, a super fast four-barrel carburetor, and high speed cams. This unique 1963 model, personally ordered by Loewy and handmade with custom detailing, carries the R2 supercharged engine. It was sold at the McCormick’s

Exotic Car Auction in Palm Springs after Loewy’s death in 1986. A model from the 1963-64 production is currently on display in Living in a Modern Way: California Design 1930-1965 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

233 RAYMOND LOEWY AVANTI Studebaker, 1963 Model 63R2 (Supercharged) Provenance: R AY MO N D

Literature: Loewy, Raymond. Industrial Design. New York: The Overlook Press, 1979. Print. Stern, Bill. “War and Peace: Unexpected Dividends.” Living in a Modern Way: California Design 1930-1945. Ed. Wendy Kaplan. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011. 179-202. Print.

LO E W Y, PAL M S P R I NG S;

D E N N IS B O S E S, LO S AN GE L E S ; GE N E WATS O N , WAS H IN GTO N D C ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N , LO S AN GE L E S

$60,000-80,000


234 PAOLO DE POLI UNTITLED (VASE IN TWO SECTIONS) Paolo de Poli, designed circa 1960 Enameled copper Signed “de Poli” 15.75” x 5”diameter $3,000-5,000


235 GIO PONTI DIAVOLO (DEVIL) Paolo de Poli, designed 1956 Enameled copper 5.5” x 8.5” Literature:

DOMUS , 1 957, P G 24 -26; DE

P O L I E N AME L S ( S MALTI ), G I O P ONTI , E D IZ IO N I DAR IA GUAR NATI , 1 958, P L ATE 3 8 ; R O MAN E L L I, GIO PONTI : A WOR LD, EDITR IC E AB ITAR E S EGE STA , 2003, P G 4 6.

$3,000-5,000

236 GIO PONTI DIAVOLO (DEVIL, LARGE) Paolo de Poli, designed 1956 Enameled copper 7” x 9.5” DOMUS , 1 957, P G 24 -26; DE

P O L I E N AME L S ( S MALTI ), G I O P ONTI , E D IZ IO N I DAR IA GUAR NATI , 1 958, P L ATE 3 8 ; R O MAN E L L I, GIO PONTI : A WOR LD, EDITR IC E AB ITAR E S EGE STA , 2003, P G 4 6.

$3,000-5,000

149 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

Literature:


237 GAETANO PESCE SANSONE I TABLE Unique Custom, 1980 Poured, melted and cast polyurethane 28.5" x 55" x 71" Exhibited:

"GA ETA NO PESCE: PIEC E S F R OM

A L ARG ER PU ZZLE", ITA LIA N CU LT U R A L IN ST IT UT E, JU LY - AU GU ST 20 10

$30,000-50,000


151


238 GAETANO PESCE DOOR (CARS) Custom designed for the TBWA/Chiat Day offices, New York, 1991 Resin with steel frame and Matchbox cars 86” x 34” x 7” Provenance: TBWA /CH IAT Exhibited:

DAY

"GA ETA NO PESCE: PIEC E S F R OM

A L ARG ER PU ZZLE", ITA LIA N CU LT U R A L IN ST IT UT E, JU LY - AU GU ST 20 10

$5,000-7,000

239 GAETANO PESCE GROUP OF TILES (6) Custom designed for the TBWA/Chiat Day offices, New York, 1991 Resin Each: 12” x 12” Provenance: TBWA /CH IAT Exhibited:

DAY

"GA ETA NO PESCE: PIEC E S F R OM

A L ARG ER PU ZZLE", ITA LIA N CU LT U R A L IN ST IT UT E, JU LY - AU GU ST 20 10

$2,000-3,000


1973 Color screenprint #10 of 50 Signed, dated with edition lower right; retains Harry W. Anderson label verso and two with USC Fisher Gallery label verso Each: 27.75” x 36”; Frame: 28.125” x 36.25” $3,000-4,000

153 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

240 KEITH SONNIER VIDEO STILL SCREEN (1D, 2B AND 3B) (3 WORKS)


241 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED (SKETCH) 1966 Acrylic on paper Signed and dated verso; artist label “SF66-048” 13” x 22”; Frame 16.5” x 25.5” $5,000-7,000

242 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED (SKETCH) 1966-67 Acrylic on paper Artist label verso “SF66-203, 1966-1967” 13” x 22”; Frame 16.5” x 25.5” $5,000-7,000


243 ROBERT GRAHAM UNTITLED (TORSO)

244 DAVID HOCKNEY UNTITLED (HAT ON CHAIR)

1986 Bronze Signed and inscribed 14.5”

1998 Drypoint #4 of 35 Signed Image: 23.875" x 15.75"; Frame: 29.5” x 22”

$20,000-30,000

$5,000-7,000

155 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


245 ED KIENHOLZ FOR $81.00

247 DANNY LANE ETRUSCAN CHAIR

1969 Watercolor, pencil and ink stamp on paper in artist’s frame Signed and dated lower right with thumb print; Eugenia Butler, Los Angeles label verso 12.25” x 16.25”

Danny Lane Studio, 1992 Glass and stainless steel 35” x 16” x 21”

$3,000-5,000

246 EDWARD KIENHOLZ NEST EGG 1964 Metal and wood Signed and dated verso This intimate work was created for a friend who was the female model in “Backseat Dodge ‘38” and, as the title alludes, was meant to one day be a valuable asset. Sold with the exhibition catalogue for “1960 Kienholz 1970” at Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf Grabbeplatz in 1970. 3.5” x 11.5” diameter Provenance:

PRIVATE COLLECTI ON

( ACQUIRED DIRECTLY FROM TH E A RT I ST )

$10,000-15,000

Provenance:

L I N DA S UL L IVAN E STATE ,

LOS A N G E L E S

$7,000-9,000


157


248 SHIRO KURAMATA GLASS ARMCHAIR Edition of 40 Mihoya Glass Co., Ltd, Japan, designed 1976 Laminated glass 35.25” x 35.25” x 23.75” $30,000-50,000


159


249 SHIRO KURAMATA SALLY TABLE Memphis, designed 1987 Steel and broken laminated glass 30.5” x 21” diameter $2,000-3,000

250 SHIRO KURAMATA FLOWER VASE #2 Ishimaru Ltd, designed 1989 7.5” x 4.375” x 4.375” $1,500-2,000


251 MARIO BOTTA SHOGUN TABLE LAMP

252 RICHARD MEIER MEIER CANDLESTICKS (2)

Artemide, designed 1986 Enameled metal construction with rotating diffusers 22.25” x 12.75” x 15”

Swid Powell, designed 1983 Silverplate Signed “Swid Powell/Made in Italy/ Silverplate” Each 9” x 3.75” diameter

Literature:

F IE L L , 10 0 0 L IGH TS : 19 6 0 TO

P R E S E N T, TAS C H E N , 2 0 05 , P G 3 5 0.

Literature:

$800-1,200

O BJ EC TS BY AR C H ITECTS, R I ZZOLI , 1 990,

TAP E RT, S WI D P OWELL

P G 7 3 -76 .

$1,500-2,000

161 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


253 FRANK O. GEHRY WIGGLE STOOL Easy Edges, designed 1969-1973 Corrugated cardboard and fiberboard 16” x 17” x 14.75” $2,500-3,500

254 SORI YANAGI BUTTERFLY STOOL Tendo Co., Ltd., designed 1956 Bent rosewood with metal rod Retains “Made in Japan” label 15.75” x 16.5” x 12.25” $3,000-5,000


255 RAY EAMES TIME-LIFE STOOLS (2) Model no. 412 Herman Miller, designed 1960 Solid Walnut Each 15” x 13” diameter Literature:

H E R MAN M I LLER FU R NI TU R E

C ATALO GUE , 19 6 3 , P G 30; NEU H ART, EAM ES D E S IGN : TH E WO R K OF TH E OFFI C E OF C H AR L E S AN D R AY E AM ES, ABR AM S, 1 989, P G 249.

$3,000-5,000

Circa 1955 Casein Signed lower right 22” x 27.5”; Frame: 28” x 30.75” $1,500-2,000

163 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

256 AUBREY PENNY COMPOSITION NO. 100A (PLASTIC ALPHABET)


257 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER MONUMENTAL VASE Studio, executed 1957 Glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” and retains inventory “J139” Approx. 18” x 14” Literature:

FO R M AND FI R E: NATZLER

TUTE , 19 7 3 , P G 10 8 .

$100,000-150,000

165 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

C E R AMIC S 193 9 -19 7 2, SM I TH SONI AN I NSTI-


258 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER TEA SET (14) Studio, circa 1940s Comprised of a teapot with lid and stand, creamer, sugar bowl, strainer plate, and 4 cups and saucers Cups signed “G.O.N.”; others signed “Natzler” Teapot and stand: 4.5” x 9.75” x 7”; Creamer: 1.5” x 5.25” x 4.5”; Sugar: 1.5” x 4.75”; Strainer plate: 1.5” x 4.875” x 3.75”; Cups 1.5” x 5.25” x 4.75”; Saucer: 5.875” diameter $30,000-50,000


259 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER GLAZED CERAMIC

260 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER GLAZED CERAMIC

Studio, executed 1962 Signed “Natzler” and retains inventory label “L964” 2.125” x 5.5” $3,000-5,000

261 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER GLAZED CERAMIC

Studio, executed circa 1962 Signed “Natzler” 1.25” x 4.625”

Studio, executed circa 1962 Signed “Natzler” 1.25” x 4.625”

$2,500-3,500

$2,000-3,000

262 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER GLAZED CERAMIC

263 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER GLAZED CERAMIC

Studio, executed circa 1962 Signed “Natzler” 2.25” x 6.75” x 5.5”

Studio, executed circa 1962 Signed “Natzler” 1.25” x 5.125”

$3,000-5,000

$2,500-3,500

167 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


264 DAN JOHNSON GAZELLE DINING TABLE Made in Italy for Dan Johnson Studio, designed 1958 Walnut with glass top 30.5” x 71” x 39” $8,000-10,000

169 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


265 DAN JOHNSON GAZELLE LOUNGE CHAIR Dan Johnson Studio, Rome, designed 1958 Walnut 27.5” x 21” x 26” Literature:

CA LIFORNI A DESI GN, 1 930 -

19 65 : “L IVI NG I N A MODERN WAY ”, E XHI B IT IO N CATA LOG, LOS A NGELES COU N T Y M US EUM OF A RT, 20 11, PG 330, # 1 38, ANOT HER EXA MPLE I LLU STRATED.

$5,000-7,000


266 RICHARD NEUTRA DINING CHAIR Custom designed, 1940 for the Sidney Kahn House, San Francisco 35.5” x 18” x 20” $6,000-9,000

171 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


267 CHARLES & RAY EAMES STORAGE UNIT Unique Herman Miller, custom designed 1950 for Lawrence Strickland 22.25” x 46.875” x 16” $15,000-20,000


268 CHARLES & RAY EAMES CUSTOM DOWEL LEG COFFEE TABLE

$20,000-30,000

173 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

Custom designed for John Tigrett, circa 1952 Unique This was a special commission for Mr. John Tigrett, founder of Tigrett Enterprises, who later produced the Hang-it-all, the Toy and the Giant House of Cards for the Eames Office. 16.5” x 46” x 27.75”


269 GEORGE MIYASAKI DAP 1962 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right; exhibition label verso “S.F.A.I. 82nd Annual Exhibition” Canvas 57.5” x 70”; Frame: 58” x 71” $2,500-3,500

270 CHARLES & RAY EAMES SOFA COMPACT Model no. 473 Herman Miller, designed 1954 Red wool upholstery 36” x 72.5” x 24.5” Literature:

H ERMA N MI LLER FU R N I T U R E

CATALO G U E, 1963, PG 34.

$4,000-6,000

271 CHARLES & RAY EAMES ELLIPTICAL TABLE ROD BASE Model no. ETR Herman Miller, designed 1951 10” x 89” x 29.25” Literature:

H ERMA N MI LLER FU R-

N IT URE CATA LOGU E, 1963, PG 29 ; N EUHART, EA MES DESI GN: TH E WOR K O F T HE O FFI CE OF CH A RLES A ND R AY EAMES, AB RA MS, 1989, PG 149.

$4,000-6,000


THE BELLE BARLOW BUSH LINEN PRESS

Literature: Banham, Reyner. Introduction. By Randell Makinson. Greene & Greene: Architecture as Fine Art. Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1977, 12-23. Print. Cooke, Edward S., Jr. “An International Studio: The Furniture Collaborations of the Greenes and the Halls.” A “New and Native” Beauty: The Art and Craft of Greene & Greene. Pasadena, CA: The Gamble House/USC and London: Merrell Publishers Limited, 2008. 111-131. Print. Makinson, Randell L. Letter to Mr. John Toomey of John Toomey Gallery. November 20, 1998. Makinson, Randell L. Greene & Greene Furniture and Related Designs. Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1979. Print.

175 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

Recognized in 1952 for their contributions to a “new and native architecture” by the American Institute of Architects, brothers Charles Sumner Greene (1868-1957) and Henry Mather Greene (1870-1954) are now revered for the “ultimate bungalows” created during the peak years of their joint architectural practice. Masterworks of total design like the Blacker House (1907) and the Gamble House (1908) meld high-art aesthetics, functionality, and meticulous craftsmanship in consummate expressions of the principles of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Architectural critic Reyner Banham proclaimed of Greene & Greene’s impact on the built landscape that, “one can honestly say that half a century of small houses in the Western United States would not have been the same had the Greenes never produced their few exquisitely wrought houses for a tiny cultural elite.” Born in Brighton, Ohio, Charles and Henry attended Calvin Woodward’s Manual Training School of Washington University in St. Louis and went on to study architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After apprenticing with well-regarded architectural firms in Boston, the brothers traveled west in 1893 to join their parents, who had moved to Pasadena, California. They established the architecture firm of Greene and Greene in 1894. Their practice as well as their style evolved over the years, due in part to Charles’ interest in the English Arts and Crafts Movement, publications in the United States like The Craftsman that promoted Arts and Crafts ideals, and the brothers’ shared appreciation of Asian architecture and design. The two soon became a force within the American Arts and Crafts Movement. In 1903, Greene and Greene began creating furniture custom designed for their architectural commissions, developing a concept of total design as well as a style that shelter magazines of the time would describe as particular to California. In 1905, the brothers met master craftsmen Peter (1867-1939) and John Hall (1864-1940). By 1906, John Hall was constructing a carpentry shop in Pasadena and was engaged in his first work for the Greenes. The association with the Halls, who executed their designs, marks a new level of refinement in the Greenes’ furniture. An early example of the exquisitely crafted furniture that resulted from Greene and Greene’s collaboration with the Peter Hall Manufacturing Company is this linen press made for Mrs. Belle Barlow Bush for the Dr. William T. Bolton House #3 in Pasadena. Dr. Bolton commissioned the house along with furnishings in 1906, but he died before the house was completed. His widow rented the house along with the dining room furnishings that had been completed to Mrs. Belle Barlow Bush, who then commissioned the rest of the furniture from the Greenes. Square ebony pegs that provide contrasting color and disguise joinery, a hallmark of Greene and Greene decorative arts, are used for the first time in the Bolton commission. On this linen cabinet for the upstairs hallway, two pegs of differing proportions touch at the corner, a design element unique in Greene and Greene’s oeuvre to the furnishings for the Bolton House. The pegs punctuate the softly rounded edges and corners of the cabinet, and the length of the handles reinforce the horizontal lines. The influence of Japanese furniture design can be seen in the apron around the bottom edge; the subtle stepped-down design creates a sense of lightness in an otherwise massive cabinet. Following a visit to California in 1909, the English designer C. R. Ashbee wrote of his admiration for the work of Greene and Greene in his journal. In comparing the Japanese influence in their work to that of Frank Lloyd Wright, he noted, “there is more tenderness, more subtlety, more self-effacement” in the work of Greene and Greene, and suggested, “perhaps it is California that speaks rather than Illinois." The Belle Barlow Bush linen cabinet is exemplary of Greene and Greene’s distinctive integration of subtly curving forms in their mature style as well as the exceptional craftsmanship characteristic of their production.


“I think C. Sumner Greene’s work beautiful; among the best there is in this country. Like Lloyd Wright the spell of Japan is on him, he feels the beauty and makes magic out of the horizontal line, but there is in his work more tenderness, more subtlety, more self effacement than in Wright’s work. It is more refined and has more repose. . . .

perhaps it is California that speaks rather than Illinois.” - C.R. Ashbee, 1909


272 GREENE & GREENE LINEN PRESS Peter Hall Manufacturing Company, Pasadena, 1907 Custom designed for Mrs. Belle Barlow Bush for the Dr. W. T. Bolton House #3 by Charles Sumner Greene & Henry Mather Greene Retains “Sumner Greene His True Mark” brand stamp on left side and also on outside of a drawer 37.75” x 72” x 25.25” Provenance: MRS

BELLE B A R LOW B U SH

( TO 1943); MRS MA RY CU N L I F F M OOR E ( TO 1 9 70); RA NDELL L MACKI NSON / R ON A L D R CHITWOOD ( TO 1984 ); PRI VAT E C OL L EC T I ON ( TO 1998); PRIVATE COLLEC T I ON , C A L I FORNIA ( 1998 TO PRESENT ).

Estimate Upon Request


273 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT LOUNGE CHAIR Custom designed for the Robert Wynn House, designed 1940-41 29” x 24.5” x 23” Provenance:

MICH A EL B OYD; C A L I FOR N I A

$4,000-6,000


274 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT SIDE CHAIR

Literature:

H E IN Z , F R ANK LLOYD WR I G H T

IN TE R IO R S AN D F UR N ITU R E, ST M ARTI N’S P R E SS N Y, 19 9 4, P G 185 .

$20,000-30,000

181 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

Made by Metal Office Furniture Company (later Steelcase, Incorporated), designed 1936-39 Custom designed for the S.C. Johnson Wax Building 35” x 18” x 20.5”


275 GEORGE NELSON SWAG LEG CHAIR Model no. DAA Herman Miller, designed 1954 34” x 28” x 21” Literature:

GEORGE NEL SON: A R C HI T EC T,

WRIT ER , DESI GNER , TEACH ER , VI T R A DES IG N MUSEU M, 20 0 8, PG 249.

$2,000-3,000

276 GEORGE NELSON MINIATURE CHEST CABINET Model no. 5511 (from the Thin Edge Group) Herman Miller, designed 1952 Wood with porcelain pulls on steel base 32” x 20.25” x 14” Literature:

GEORGE NEL SON: A R C HI T EC T,

WRIT ER , DESI GNER , TEACH ER , VI T R A DES IG N MUSEU M, 20 0 8, PG 245.

$8,000-12,000


277 GEORGE NELSON CASE GOODS CABINET Model no. 4622 Herman Miller, designed 1947 Walnut veneer with coral enameled front Retains “George Nelson Design Herman Miller” label 40” x 40” x 19.75” Literature:

TH E H E RM AN M I LLER COL-

L EC TIO N ( F UR N ITUR E CATALOG U E) , 1 94 8, P G 14.

$2,000-3,000

183

Model no. 4700 Herman Miller, designed 1947 Walnut veneer with coral enameled front Retains “George Nelson Design Herman Miller” label 29.625” x 24.125” x 19.75” Literature:

T HE HE R M A N MIL L E R C O L-

L EC T I ON (F U R N I T U R E C ATALO GUE ) , 19 48 , PG 12.

$2,000-3,000

PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

278 GEORGE NELSON CASE GOODS CABINET


293 ANDRE GISSON BEACH SCENE Late 20th century Oil on canvas Signed lower left Image: 9” x 12”; Frame: 11.25” x 14.5” $500-700


279 MAN RAY CHESS SET

Literature:

MAN R AY: PAR I S -L A , SM ART

ART P R E SS, 19 9 6 , P G 7 3 -75.

$30,000-40,000

185 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

1962 Enamel and metal inlay chessboard mounted on wood with polished Brass chess pieces #47 of 50 Signed “Man Ray 1962” on the board; signed with the edition on the King 3.75” x 39.5” x 22.5”


280 ISAMU NOGUCHI CHESS TABLE

Literature:

E ID E L B E R G , DESI G N 1 935 -1 965:

W H AT MO D E R N WAS, ABR AM S, 1 991 , P G 1 07.

$30,000-40,000

187 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

Model no. IN 61 Herman Miller, designed 1944 18.75” x 26.25” x 25.5”


281 FLORENCE KNOLL STACKING STOOL

282 ISAMU NOGUCHI ROCKING STOOL

Model no. 75WR Knoll, designed 1941-45 Retains Knoll label 18” x 14” diameter

Model no. 86T Knoll, designed 1955 Walnut 16.5” x 14.25” diameter

$800-1,200

$5,000-7,000

283 ISAMU NOGUCHI TABLE

284 ISAMU NOGUCHI TABLE LAMP

Model no. 87-F2 Knoll, designed 1955 Retains Knoll label 20” x 24” diameter

Knoll, designed 1945 Parchment and Maple 16” x 7” diameter

$1,500-2,000

Literature:

E I DE L B E R G , DE SI GN 193 5 -19 6 5 :

WHAT M ODE R N WAS, A B R A M S, 19 9 1, P G 12 5 .

$2,000-3,000


189

306 GUILLERMO SILVA JARDIN (2) 1960 Etching Signed and dated lower right, “G. Silva S. 60” Sold with unframed etching, “La Nino de la Patineta” 1960, #43 of 100 Image: 1.5” x 3.375”; Frame: 5.75” x 9” $500-700


285 H.V. THADEN HIGHBACK CHAIR Thaden Jordan Furniture Corporation, designed 1947 43” x 19.75” x 26” Literature:

FI ELL , 10 0 0 CH A IRS,

TAS CHEN, 1997, PG 78.

$5,000-7,000


286 CHARLES & RAY EAMES TEN PANEL SCREEN Model no. FSW-10 Herman Miller, designed 1946 Red aniline dye Birch Each panel: 67.7” x 9.75” Literature:

N E UH ART, EAM ES DESI G N: TH E

WO R K O F TH E O F F IC E OF C H AR LES AND R AY E AME S, AB R AMS, 19 8 9, P G 7 9.

$8,000-10,000

Model no. LCW Herman Miller, designed 1945 Ash $3,000-5,000

191 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

287 CHARLES & RAY EAMES PAIR OF LOUNGE CHAIRS (2)


288 DONALD KNORR SIDE CHAIR Model no. 132 Knoll, designed 1948 28.125” x 22” x 21” Literature:

EIDELBERG, DESIGN 1 935 - 1 9 6 5:

WHAT MO DERN WAS, A BRA MS, 199 1 , P G 6 2 .

$2,000-3,000

289 HUMEN TAN PLAYBOY’S PENTHOUSE (DESIGNED BY R. DONALD JAYE) Published in the May 1962 issue of Playboy Gouache and ink on illustration board Artist, title and date verso 19.5” x 45.5”; Frame 30” x 56” Provenance:

PL AY BOY ENTERPR I SE S

$6,000-9,000


290 JOHN RISLEY LADY CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Luger Manufacturing Corp. for Raymor, designed circa 1965 40.5” x 25.5” x 55” $2,000-3,000

291 HENDRIK VAN KEPPEL TAYLOR GREEN COFFEE TABLE Model no. 231 VKG, designed circa 1951 20.25” x 36” x 26” $2,000-3,000

193

Model no. 421C Knoll Inc., designed 1952 Retains Knoll, Inc. label Each 30” x 34” x 27” $2,400-3,000

PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

292 HARRY BERTOIA DIAMOND CHAIR


293 TIMO SARPANEVA ART PIECE (ORCHID VASE)

294 TIMO SARPANEVA ORCHID VASES (2)

Model no. 3868 Iittala, designed circa 1953 Etched signature 13.5” x 5” diameter

Iittala, designed circa 1953 Etched signature and one retains “Made in Finland” sticker 6” x 2” diameter and 11” x 3.5” diameter

Literature:

Literature:

FINNI SH GL ASS: BROC HU R E S F R OM

E ID E L B E R G, D E S IGN 193 5 -19 6 5 :

T HE 1 950S, FI NNI SH GL ASS MU SE U M , 1 9 9 4 , P G 4 .

W H AT MO D E R N WAS, AB R AMS, 19 9 1, P G 2 0 4

$5,000-7,000

$3,000-5,000


295 TIMO SARPANEVA DEVIL’S CHURN VASE (2) Model no. 3530 Iittala, designed circa 1950-51 Each with etched signature 12” x 5” x 4.25” and 7.25” x 3” x 2.5” Literature:

F IN N IS H GL ASS : B R O CH U R ES FR OM

TH E 195 0 S, F IN N IS H GL ASS MUS E U M , 1 994 , P G 5; E ID E L B E R G, D E S IGN 193 5 -19 6 5 : W HAT M ODER N WAS, AB R AMS, 19 9 1, P G 117.

$3,000-5,000

195 PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


296 ERCOLE BAROVIER VASE

297 GIANNI VERSACE VASE WITH PEZZATO TECHNIQUE

Barovier & Toso, 1970 Retains sticker “Barovier & Toso Murano 21625 Made in Italy”; etched signature and date verso 9.5” x 4” diameter

Venini, designed 1998 Signed and dated 2005 10.25” x 6.75” diameter $2,000-3,000

$4,000-6,000

298 GUNNEL NYMAN SERPENTINE VASE

299 GORAN WARFF VASE

300 VICKE LINDSTRAND VASE

301 WILHELM WAGENFELD TEA SET

Model no. GN 18 Nuutajärvi Notsjö, designed 1953 16” x 4” diameter

Kosta, designed circa 1960 Etched “Kosta #7826 Warff” 6” x 6.25” x 2.5”

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

Kosta, designed circa 1955 Etched glass Etched signature 15” x 5.5” diameter

Schott & Gen Jena’er Glassworks, Jena, Germany, designed 1931 Comprised of pot, infuser, tray, sugar bowl, cream, and 9 cups and saucers Marked “Schott + Gen Mainz JenAer Glas” and “Jenaer Glas Teho” Pot: 4” x 9.5” x 6”

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000


197

PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION


302 CHARLES POLLOCK LEATHER SLING CHAIR Model no. 657 Knoll, designed 1960 28” x 24.75” x 26” $1,500-2,000

303 JENS RISOM LOUNGE ARMCHAIR Knoll, designed 1943 28.75” x 24” x 27” $1,500-2,000


304 ACHILLE & PIER GIACOMO CASTIGLIONI MEZZADRO TRACTOR STOOL Zanotta, designed 1957; this example manufactured January 1970 Orange enameled tractor seat, chrome base and Beech foot rest 21” x 19” x 20” $1,000-1,500

305 VELIZAR ( VASA) MIHICH SCULPTURES (4) 1986-1990 Acrylic Each inscribed with signature and date; one inscribed #R161 Triangles each: 2.75” x 3.75” x 1.5; #R161: 3.75” x 3.75” x 1.75”; Green and orange cube: 2.75” x 2.75” x 2.75” $1,000-1,500

199

Studio, 1990 Acrylic Signature and date inscribed on one Each side of each piece: 3.5” $1,000-1,500

PROPERT Y FROM A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTION

306 VELIZAR ( VASA) MIHICH GROUP OF SCULPTURES (6)


307 JOHN BRATBY GLORIA IN SWIMSUIT Circa 1950s Oil on canvas Signed lower right; label verso Canvas: 44” x 24”; Frame: 48” x 30” $15,000-18,000

308 HENRY MOORE SEATED MOTHER AND CHILD, PL. 13 (FROM MEDITATIONS ON THE EFFIGY) 1966/68 Etching with drypoint # 48 of 50 Marlborough Fine Art, publisher; Frélaut und Lacourièr, printer Signed lower right; edition lower left Plate: 8.875” x 10.875”; Frame: 19.375” x 23” $1,200-1,500


309 DONALD HAMILTON FRASER CATALONIA 1985 Oil on paper Signed lower right; title lower left Sold with brochure from Upstairs Gallery Image/Sheet: 17.5” x 16.5”; Frame: 23.5” x 22.5” $2,000-3,000

310 EVA FISCHER UNTITLED (CITYSCAPE) 1961 Oil on Masonite Signed and dated lower left Panel: 21” x 28.25”; Frame: 31” x 38.5” $1,000-1,500

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311 ALEXANDER CALDER CINEMA 1972 Gouache and ink on paper Signed and dated lower right Calder Foundation, New York archives application number A12910. Sheet: 29.25” x 42.25”; Frame: 45” x 58.75” Provenance:

GA LERIE MA EGH T, PA R I S;

M ICHAEL LEVY GL A LERY, LONG BE AC H; JO N AT HAN NOVA K CONTEMPORA RY A RT, LO S AN G ELES; PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , C A L IFO RN IA; MASTERWORKS, OA KL A N D.

$40,000-60,000


312 ELLSWORTH KELLY RED OVER YELLOW 1964-65 Lithograph on Rives BFK paper #47 of 75 Maeght, Paris, printer and publisher Image: 22.5” x 15.375”; Sheet: 35.25” x 23.25”; Frame: 35.75” x 24” Literature:

AXS O M, TH E P R I NTS OF

E L L S WO RTH K E L LY C ATALOG U E R AI SONNÉ 19 49 -19 85, H UD S O N HI LL P R ESS, 1 987, P G 4 7, # 19.

$3,000-5,000

203

313 ELLSWORTH KELLY DARK GRAY AND WHITE 1977-79 Serigraph and collage on Rives newsprint paper and Duchene handmade paper #28 of 41 Tyler Graphics, Ltd. Signed with edition and blindstamp lower right Sheet: 29.75” x 42”; Frame: 32.25” x 44.5” Literature:

AXS O M, TH E P R I NTS OF ELL S -

WO RTH K E L LY: A C ATALOG U E R AI SONNÉ 19 49 -19 85, H UD S O N HI LL S P R ESS, 1 987, P G 140, # 18 0.

$3,000-5,000


314 ANDY WARHOL SHOES 1980 Screenprint with diamond dust on Arches Aquarelle (Cold Press) paper Edition of 60 with ten artist’s proofs Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, printer Signed with edition verso Sheet: 40.25” x 59.5”; Frame: 42.5” x 62” Literature:

FELDMA N & SCH ELLM A N N ,

ANDY WARH OL PRINTS: A CATA LOG U E RAIS O NNÉ 1962-1987, 4TH EDITION , DA P, 2003 #II -254.

$70,000-90,000


315 ANDY WARHOL MICK JAGGER 1975 Screenprint on Arches Aquarelle paper #38 of 250 Alexander Heinrici, New York, printer; Seabird Editions, London, publisher Signed by artist lower right; signed by Mick Jagger lower left; edition lower left; inkstamp verso There were also 50 artist’s proofs. Sheet: 43.5” x 29”; Frame: 45” x 30.25” Literature:

F E L D MAN & SCH ELLM ANN,

AN DY WAR H O L P R IN TS: A C ATALOG U E R AIS O N N É 19 6 2-19 8 7, 4 TH EDI TI ON, DAP, 2 0 03 # II-142 .

$20,000-30,000

316 ANDY WARHOL BRILLO POSTER FOR MAY-JUNE 1970 EXHIBITION 1970 Unknown edition Pasadena Art Museum Signed lower middle (signature faded) Poster: 30” x 26”; Frame: 33” x 29” $2,000-3,000

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317 ANDY WARHOL FLOWERS 1970 Screenprint Aetna Silkscreen Products, Inc, printer; Factory Editions, New York The owner, an associate of Andy Warhol, states that this work was given to him by Warhol in the late 1960s and suggests that this example was made prior to the 1970 edition. Signed and inscribed verso Image/Sheet: 35.75” x 35.75”; Frame: 36.75” x 36.75” Literature:

FELDMA N & SC HE L L M A N N , A N DY WA R HOL

PRINTS: A CATA LOGU E R A I SON N É 1 9 6 2- 1 9 87, 4 T H E DI T I ON , DA P, 20 03 # I I -70.

Provenance:

GIFT FROM T HE A RT I ST TO SI L I TVI N OF F,

AT TORNEY FOR A NDY WA R HOL DU R I N G T HE 1 9 6 0S

$20,000-30,000


318 ANDY WARHOL JANE FONDA 1982 Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board #9 of 100 Friends of Tom Hayden, Santa Monica, CA, publisher; Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, printer Signed with edition lower left Sheet: 39.5” x 31.5”; Frame: 40.5” x 32.5” Literature:

F E L D MAN & SCH ELLM ANN,

AN DY WAR H O L P R IN TS: A C ATALOG U E R AIS O N N É 19 6 2-19 8 7, 4 TH EDI TI ON, DAP, 2 0 03 , # II 2 6 8 .

$14,000-16,000

319 ANDY WARHOL TORSO (DOUBLE) 1982 Screenprint Stamped and inscribed verso “The Estate of Andy Warhol UP 56-41” With documentation from Nathan Daniel Isen Gallery. 30.625” x 43.125”; Frame: 39” x 51.5” Literature:

F E L D MAN & SCH ELLM ANN,

AN DY WAR H O L P R IN TS: A C ATALOG U E R AIS O N N É 19 6 2-19 8 7, 4 TH EDI TI ON, DAP, 2 0 03 , # IIIA , 3 5 D.

$14,000-16,000

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320 CLAIRE FALKENSTEIN UNTITLED SCULPTURE 1963-1988 Painted and bent metal Dimensions vary Approximately 22 feet when stretched out to the longest dimension. $25,000-35,000


321 UELI BERGER NON STOP SOFA Ueli Berger, Eleonore Peduzzi-Riva and Heinz Ulrich Model no. DS-600 de Sede, designed 1972 approx. 30” x 174” x 39.5” Literature:

H AB EGGE R & OSM AN, SOU R C E-

B O O K O F MO D E R N F U R NI TU R E, 3 R D E D ITIO N , W W N O RTON & C OM PANY, 2 0 05 , P G 49 6 .

$7,000-9,000

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322 MARIO BELLINI CAB CHAIRS (4) Cassina, designed 1977 Retains Cassina labels Each: 32” x 22.5” x 18” $2,500-3,500

323 MARIO BELLINI LA ROTONDA DINING TABLE Model no. 452 Cassina, designed 1976 Ash with clear glass top Retains Cassina label 28.175” x 65” diameter Literature:

FREMDKORPER , MODE R N F U R-

NIT URE: 1 0 O Y EA RS OF DESIGN, TA N DE M , 2 009, PG 319.

$3,000-4,000


324 TOBIA SCARPA NICTEA FIXTURE Flos, Italy, designed 1961 “Flos” stamp on ceiling mount Fixture: 12” x 19” (approx.); cord and ceiling mount length: 25” $2,000-3,000

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325 AMERICAN MODERN CHAIR WITH JACK LENOR LARSEN “PRIMAVERA” FABRIC UPHOLSTERY Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1960s Plastic and upholstered cushions 34” x 32” x 32” $2,000-3,000


326 DAVID CRESSEY GROUP OF PLANTERS (3) & Robert Maxwell Pro/Artisan Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1969 Unglazed with texture A: 18.75” x 24.75”; B: 14.5” x 24”; C: 12.5” x 18.75” $1,200-1,500

327 DAVID CRESSEY PAIR OF UNIQUE GLAZED POTS Architectural Pottery, designed 1970 Glazed earthenware 13.75” x 12” and 14” x 12” $1,500-2,000

328 ROBERT MARTIN GROUP OF PLANTERS (6) Model no. 5048 from the Pro/Artisan Collection Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1968 Unglazed Planters with Random Line texture Each: 16” x 14” Texture design by David Cressey $1,800-2,500


329 LA GARDO TACKETT TALL PLANTER Model no. SR-02 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1949 Ceramic with Gold Glaze 27” x 10”diameter $1,800-2,500

330 LA GARDO TACKETT DOUBLE CONE PLANTER WITH STAND & John Follis Model no. INW-02 and IN-02 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 29” with stand Tackett designed the glazed planter and Follis designed the wood stand $1,200-1,500

331 REX GOODE GROUP OF PLANTERS WITH STANDS (3) & Bob Martin A: Model no. 5042; B: Model no. E31; C: Model no. E25 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1968 With bases A: 19.875” x 25”; B: 18.5” x 20.875”; C: 16.75” x 18” $1,500-2,000

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332 MAX FINKELSTEIN CASTLE 1955 Welded steel and brass 32.75” x 5.25” x 5.25” Provenance:

COLLECTION OF THE A RT I ST

$2,500-3,000


333 UNKNOWN DESIGNER LOW BACKED CHAIR Manufacturer unknown Wood with upholstered seat 21.5” x 35”x 35.5” $1,500-2,000

334 PAUL FRANKL “BIG FOOT” COFFEE TABLE Johnson Furniture Co., designed circa 1948 Lacquered cork and mahogony 14.5” x 72” x 36” $4,000-5,000

215


335 MANUEL NERI UNTITLED (FEMALE NUDE FRAGMENT) 1990 Painted bronze A.P. Signed and dated with edition on base 62” x 20” x 16” $40,000-60,000

336 MANUEL NERI UNTITLED Circa 1990 Bronze 21.25” x 8.25” x 8.75” $10,000-15,000


337 THEO TOBIASSE L’ENFANT QUI RÊVAIT DE ST. PAUL DE VENCE 1967 Gouache on paper Signed lower right; title upper right The Waddington Galleries, Inc., Montreal label verso Image: 19.75” x 25.675”; Frame: 24.5” x 30.5” $3,000-5,000

338 JACK STUCK SELF PORTRAIT -- TEETH 1967 Intaglio with acrylic #2 of 12 Signed with edition lower left Acquired from Otis Annual Print Show in 1967 Sheet: 15.75” x 12.875”; Frame: 21.375” x 18.25” $500-700

339 RAFAEL CANOGAR EL ABRAZO 1968 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated with title lower left Sheet: 22.5” x 17.25”; Frame: 32.25” x 26.25” $800-1,200

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340 GRETA MAGNUSSON GROSSMAN TABLE LAMP Ralph O. Smith, designed 1949 Enameled metal and brass Retains original “Barker Bros” electrical hang tag Adjustable, as photographed: 15.5” x 6.25” x 14” $2,500-3,500

341 GRETA MAGNUSSON GROSSMAN STEP TABLE Model No. 6226 Glenn of California, designed circa 1952 Walnut frame and lower shelf with Thermoset Plastic upper shelves and black iron legs with round walnut tips 24.25” x 31” x 18” Literature:

GLENN OF CA LIFORN I A

CATALO G UE, U NPAGI NATED, U NDAT E D.

$2,000-3,000


342 EMERSON WOELFFER UNTITLED 1950 Oil and collage on Masonite Signed and dated lower right Panel: 55.75” x 28.25”; Frame: 59” x 31.5” $8,000-10,000

343 EMERSON WOELFFER FIGURE; EXHIBITION POSTER FOR POINDEXTER GALLERY; UNTITLED (3 WORKS) 1959-1969 Lithograph Figure #5 of 20 and Untitled #2 of 20 Each signed and dated lower right; inscription and edition lower left; Each with artist’s inscription; one dated 1962. A: Image/Sheet: 24” x 18” B: Sheet: 22” x 17” C: Sheet: 30” x 22.5” $1,500-2,000

344 EMERSON WOELFFER FIGURES AND HEAD 1947-50 Roofing tar, oil and asphalt on oatmeal board mounted on canvas Signed and dated “47” center; signed and dated “50” lower right, inscribed on verso: "Woeffer/Figures and Head/Colorado Springs/1950" and numbered "EW-50-001" in pencil Canvas: 19.625” x 23.75”; Frame: 21.125” x 25.125" $4,000-6,000

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345 YNEZ JOHNSTON UNTITLED Circa 1960s Watercolor on paper Signed lower right; inscribed by artist lower margin Sheet: 21.5” x 29”; Frame: 30” x 37.5” $1,500-2,000

346 YNEZ JOHNSTON UNTITLED Circa 1960s-70s Mixed media on paper Signed lower right 10.75” x 15.125” (unframed) $1,000-1,500

347 YNEZ JOHNSTON THE COSMIC MOUNTAIN 1981 Etching on Arches paper #9 of 100 Graphic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, publisher Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left; title lower middle Sold with print documentation. Image: 17.75” x 11.75”; Sheet: 24” x 17.75”; Frame: 28” x 22” $400-600


348 HARRY BERTOIA UNTITLED 712 1939-78 Monoprint, ink on rice paper “712” lower right Sheet: 12.875” x 24”; Frame: 16” x 27” $2,000-3,000

349 HARRY BERTOIA UNTITLED 270 1939-78 Monoprint, ink on rice paper “270” lower right Sheet: 8.75” x 24”; Frame: 12” x 27” $2,000-3,000

350 HARRY BERTOIA UNTITLED 300 1939-78 Monoprint, ink on rice paper “300” lower right Sheet: 5.5” x 23.5”; Frame: 8.75” x 26.75” $2,000-3,000

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351 AMERICAN MODERN PARTIO KITCHEN/BBQ CART General Electric, circa 1960 Various materials 49.5” x 55” x 32” (closed) Portable kitchen on one side with oven, two burners, griddle and BBQ on the other side, along with two retractable maple cutting boards/counters. Sold with original owners manual Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF DW I G HT D

The Partio Cart was introduced publicly as a prize on a 1960 episode of “The Price is Right”. The model, featured in University of Houston’s 2006 show “Designing Domesticity: Industrial Design for Modern Living, 1930-1960”, provided modern homeowners with a variety of portable cooking and grilling conveniences. Dwight D. Eisenhower even said that this unit was "the most fantastic thing you ever saw."

EIS ENHOW ER , PA LM SPRINGS, CA ; P R I VAT E CO LLECT I ON, PA LM SPRINGS

$5,000-7,000

Literature: "The Cottage the Eisenhower’s Called Home." Palm Springs Life Magazine. Feb 1962: n. page. Web. 31 Oct. 2011.


352 RUSSEL WRIGHT AMERICAN MODERN DINNER SERVICE (191 TOTAL PIECES IN CORAL, SEA FOAM, AND CHARTREUSE) Comprised of the following in Coral (118 total): 3 sugar bowls with lids (1 is missing lid), 17 salad plates, 6 bowls with handle, 11 larger bowls with handle, 8 salt and pepper shakers, 14 dessert plates, 13 saucers, 8 cups, 3 sauce boats with 4 saucers, 1 large serving platter, 2 water pitchers, 21 dinner plates, 1 serving bowl with handles, 1 large serving bowl with handles, 2 oval serving platters, 1 divided serving platter twopart serving platter, 2 finger bowls

Steubenville, designed 1937 Ceramic Various dimensions Stamped "Russel Wright Mfg by Steubenville"

In Chartreuse (19 total): 2 water pitchers, 2 sauce boats with 1 saucer, 2 serving bowls with handles, 7 saucers, 1 teapot with lid, 1 sugar bowl with lid, 1 serving platter, 1 casserole dish with lid and chafing dish

$1,500-2,000

Literature:

H E N N E SS EY, R U SSEL WR I G H T:

AME R IC AN D E S IGN E R , M I T P R ESS, 1 985, P G 3 7.

In Sea Foam (53 total): 1 large serving platter, 6 cups, 5 bowls with handle, 2 demitasse cups, 4 small saucers, 9 serving plates, 8 dessert plates, 8 salad plates, 8 dinner plates, 1 sauce boat with 1 saucer In White (1 total): 1 shallow serving bowl

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353 BEATRICE WOOD CERAMIC TILE TABLE Circa 1980 Glazed earthenware with relief Signed “Beato” in relief and marked “BWTF #1583”. 25” x 33.25” x 33.25” $12,000-15,000

47 JAMES GILL UNTITLED (NUDE) (2) 1964 Oil on Masonite Signed and dated lower right Image: 10.25” x 7.875”; Frame: 13.25” x 10.75” $500-700


48 JAMES GILL GIRL WITH VIOLIN 1964 Oil on panel Signed and dated lower right Panel: 19” x 14”; Frame: 25” x 19” $500-700

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354 BEATRICE WOOD THE RICH AUNT Circa 1990 Signed with title verso Sold with a ceramic handprint measuring 6.75” x 5.75” signed Beato ‘91 and numbered 13 of 100, Beatrice Wood: A Centennial Tribute and a portrait photograph of the artist. 19.25” x 10.5” x 9.875” $18,000-25,000

One of the most vibrant and flamboyant personalities of the 20th century, Beatrice Wood (1893-1998) infused her ceramics with glowing warmth and humor. Born in San Francisco and raised in New York, at eighteen Wood traveled to Paris to study at the Académie Julian. Upon returning to New York, she began a career as an actress and forged friendships with Marcel Duchamp and Henri-Pierre Roché, with whom she worked on the contemporary art journal, The Blind Man. Her involvement in this circle later helped to earn her the appellation “Mama of Dada.” Wood moved to California in 1928. Although she had dabbled in ceramics, it wasn’t until she studied with Glen Lukens in the late 1930s and then with Otto and Gertrud Natzler in the early 1940s that she began working almost exclusively with the form. Establishing her workshop in Ojai in 1948, she avoided perfection in her ceramics, opting for colorful artistic statements that contrasted with the traditional devotion to form and function. Pieces such as The Rich Aunt (circa 1990), a stone-faced representation of a familiar archetype, exhibit her playful sarcasm. The patio table, which features a figural relief on each side, graced Beatrice’s home in the Ojai Valley, where she lived and worked until her death at the age of 105. Her works can be found in important permanent collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Wood’s ceramics, drawings, and paintings are currently on display at the Santa Monica Museum of Art as part of Pacific Standard Time. Literature: “About Beatrice Wood.” Beatricewood.com. Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts, 2011. Web. 22 Oct. 2011. Clark, Garth. Gilded Vessel: The Lustrous Art and Life of Beatrice Wood. Madison, Wisconsin: Guild Pub.; Cincinnati, Ohio: North Light Books, 2001. Print. Naumann, Francis M. Ed. Beatrice Wood: A Centennial Tribute. New York: American Craft Museum, 1997. Print.


355 BEATRICE WOOD FOOTED BOWL 1990 Lustre-glazed earthenware Signed “Beato” 6.5” x 9.75” diameter Provenance: AC Q UIRED

BY C U R R ENT OWN-

E R F R O M STE P H AN IE DR AG OVI C H , ASSI S TAN T TO B E ATR IC E WOOD, FR OM BEATR I CE WO O D STUD IO IN S E PTEM BER OF 1 991

$5,000-7,000

356 BEATRICE WOOD VASE After 1950 Lustre-glazed earthenware Signed 7.25” x 4.125” $5,000-7,000

357 BEATRICE WOOD BOWL Circa 1950-90 Lustre-glazed earthenware Signed 8” x 9.25” diameter $6,000-8,000

358 BEATRICE WOOD GREEN BOWL WITH TWO HEADS Circa 1950-90 Lustre-glazed earthenware Signed and marked “BWTF #1039” 5.5” x 17” x 10” $7,000-9,000

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359 MARILYN NEUHART DOLLS Handmade, circa 1961-65 Embroidered cotton with yarn A: 13.5”; B: 11.5”; C: 8.5” Made for the “Textiles & Objects” store $1,000-1,500

360 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR Model no. LCM Herman Miller, designed 1946 Red aniline dyed plywood 27” x 22.25” x 24” Literature:

NEU H A RT, EA MES DE SI G N : T HE

WO RK O F TH E OFFICE OF CH A RLE S A N D R AY EAM ES, ABRA MS, 1989, PG 7 3.

$1,200-1,500

361 CHARLES & RAY EAMES WIRE MESH CHAIR (OR EIFFEL TOWER) Model no. DKR Herman Miller, designed 1951-53 32” x 18.5” x 17” Literature:

H ERMA N MILLER FU R N I T U R E

CATALO G UE, 1963, PG 11; NEU H A RT, E A M E S D ES IG N : TH E WORK OF TH E OFFIC E OF CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, A BRA M S, 1 9 89, PG 1 5 1.

$600-900

362 CHARLES AND RAY EAMES COFFEE TABLE WOOD Model no. CTW Evans Products Company, designed 1945 Red aniline dyed molded plywood 15.5” x 34” diameter Literature:

NEU H A RT, EA MES DE SI G N : T HE

WO RK O F TH E OFFICE OF CH A RLE S A N D R AY EAM ES, ABRA MS, 1989, PG 63.

$3,000-5,000


363 CHARLES AND RAY EAMES ELEPHANT #677 of 1000 Vitra, Switzerland, designed 1945, produced 2007 Red stained maple Label for Anniversary Edition 2007, Red Maple NR, 0677 of 1000, the authorized original by Vitra. Retains its carrying bag 16.5” x 17” x 30” Literature:

N E UH ART, TH E STORY OF

E AME S F UR N ITUR E, B OOK 1 , G ESTALTEN, 2 0 10, P G 3 5 9.

$3,000-5,000

364 CHARLES & RAY EAMES PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS (2) Model no. LAR-6 Zenith Plastics Co. for Herman Miller, designed 1950 Molded fiberglass with wire rod base and red naugahyde pad Each 24” x 24.75” x 24” Literature:

N E UH ART, TH E STORY OF

E AME S F UR N ITUR E, B OOK 2, G ESTALTEN, B E R L IN , 2 0 10, P G 5 76 .

$1,500-2,000

365 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR Model no. LCW Evans Products for Herman Miller, designed 1945 26.75” x 22” x 24” $1,000-1,500

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366 GEORGE NELSON “HOME OFFICE” DESK Model no. 4658 & 601 Herman Miller, designed 1946 This example contains the original Pendaflex file basket which was a special order 40.5” x 54.5” x 28” Literature:

GEORGE NEL SON: A R C HI T EC T,

WRIT ER , DESI GNER , TEACH ER , VI T R A DES IG N MUSEU M, 20 0 8, PG 256.

$4,000-6,000

367 GEORGE NELSON ROLL TOP DESK Action Office (649 Series) Herman Miller, designed 1964 33” x 64” x 32” Literature:

GEORGE NEL SON: A R C HI T EC T,

WRIT ER , DESI GNER , TEACH ER , VI T R A DES IG N MUSEU M, 20 0 8, PG 274.

$4,000-5,000


368 CHARLES & RAY EAMES ARMCHAIRS (3) Model no. 686 from the Soft Pad Group Herman Miller, designed 1969 Each with Herman Miller label on base; stamped “Jun 1 1981” with inventory labels Each 32.25” x 18.25” x 20.5” Literature:

N E UH ART, EAM ES DESI G N: TH E

WO R K O F TH E O F F IC E OF C H AR LES AND R AY E AME S, AB R AMS, 19 8 9, P G 34 3.

$2,000-3,000

369 BRUCE BURDICK EXECUTIVE L-SHAPED DESK Part of the Burdick Group line Herman Miller, designed after 1980 Aluminum, chrome-plated steel, laminate Herman Miller label Desk assembled: 37.125” x 60” x 34” and 29.125” x 86” x 36”; Chair: 38” x 25.5” x 26” Together with an associated desk chair not illustrated $3,000-5,000

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370 GEORGE NELSON THIN EDGE JEWELRY CHEST Model no. 5217 Herman Miller, designed 1952 this example 1964 Rosewood with porcelain pulls and rubber feet Model number and date verso 23.25” x 10.25” x 13.5” Literature:

GEORGE NEL SON: A R C HI T EC T,

WRIT ER , DESI GNER , TEACH ER , VI T R A DE SI G N M US EUM, 20 0 8, PG 245.

$8,000-12,000

371 GEORGE NELSON CABINET Herman Miller, designed circa 1956 Rosewood on all sides 32” x 47” x 18.5” $2,000-3,000


372 GEORGE NELSON KITE CLOCK Model no. 2201 Howard Miller, designed 1952-53 Howard Miller label verso 16.5” x 22” x 5” George Nelson: AR C HI TECT,

WR I TER , DE-

S IGN E R , TE AC H E R , V ITR A DESI G N M U SEU M , 2 0 0 8 , P G 2 8 7.

$2,000-3,000

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373 GEORGE NELSON PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS Possibly Howard Miller Each 43” (with shade) x 18” diameter $1,500-2,000


374 SORI YANAGI BUTTERFLY STOOL Tendo Co., Ltd., designed 1956 15” x 16.75” x 12” $3,000-5,000

375 CARL AUBÖCK SIDE TABLE Auböck, designed circa 1950 16.5” x 29” x 21.5” $2,000-3,000

376 UNKNOWN DESIGNER EXECUTIVE DESK Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1968 Rosewood 28.25” x 82” x 38.75” $3,000-5,000


377 WILHELM LUTJENS BOOKCASE Den Boer, Netherlands, designed 1953 52” x 58.5” x 11.5” $2,500-3,000

378 WILHELM LUTJENS BOOKCASE Den Boer, Netherlands, designed 1953 52” x 58.5” x 11.5” $2,500-3,000

379 HARVEY PROBBER PAIR OF LOUNGE CHAIRS Harvey Probber, Inc., designed 1950s 24” x 32” x 27” $3,000-5,000

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380 WALTER DORWIN TEAGUE “BLUEBIRD” RADIO Sparton Corporation, Jackson, Michigan, designed 1934 “Sparton, Jackson, Michigan, Made in U.S.A.” on dial 14.5” x 14.5” x 5.5” $3,000-5,000


381 GRETA GROSSMAN, ATTRIBUTED SOFA Brown Saltman, designed circa 1939 26” x 98” x 38” $4,000-6,000

282 MARX STYLE CABINET IN THE STYLE OF SAMUEL MARX Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1950 33.25” x 60” x 21” $2,000-3,000

383 K .E.M. WEBER SOFA Lloyd Manufacturing, designed circa 1935 33” x 63.5” x 36” $3,000-5,000

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384 HENRI MATISSE FIGURE ASSISE, BOUQUET DE FLEURS DEVANT LA MER OR JEUNE FILLE AU BOUQUET DE FLEURS

385 MARC CHAGALL L’ILE DE POROS 1980 Lithograph on Arches paper #34 of 50 Mourlot, Paris Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 17.25” x 13.375”; Frame: 30.5” x 26.5”

386 PABLO PICASSO LA PIQUE

G RAPHS, LONDON, 197 2, D 438.

HATJ E , 1 9 9 8, P G 36 3 , # 9 6 3 .

1961 Lithograph Signed in red lower right; marked “6.31.61.I” on plate lower left From A los Toros avec Picasso Image: 8.75” x 10”; Sheet approx: 9.25” x 11.25”: Frame: 16.5” x 18.5”

$10,000-12,000

$15,000-20,000

$2,000-3,000

1923 Lithograph on Japan paper #25 of 60 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 11.75” x 8.5”; Sheet: 17.75” x 11.25”

Literature:

G AU SS, MAR C C H AGAL L : TH E

L I T HOG R A P HS, T HE S O R L IE R C O L L EC TIO N :

Literature:

L A MBERT, MATISSE L I T HO -

A C ATA LOG U E R A I SONN É, V E R L AG GE R D


387 JOAN MIRÓ LA DAME AUX DAMIERS 1969 Lithograph on cloth #13 of 75 Galerie Maeght, publisher Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 27.5” x 19”; 33.5” x 23.75”; 37.5” x 28” Literature:

J OA N M I R Ó, L I TÓG R A FO, VOL

I I I , P R OL I G R A FA , 1 9 7 7, P G 1 9 6 , #54 4 .

$3,000-5,000

388 JOAN MIRÓ FROM LE MIROIR DE L’HOMME PAR LES BETES 1972 Etching with aquatint #52 of 200 Maeght Éditeur, Paris, printer Signed lower right; edition lower left From André Frénaud’s Le Miroir de L’Homme par Les Betes, 1972. Sheet: 17” x 12.5”; Frame 21.75” x 17” Literature:

389 JOAN MIRÓ RED SKY 1960 Lithograph #62 of 100 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 15.25” x 22.25”; Frame: 26.25” x 33.5”

J OAN MIR Ó TH E IL LUSTR ATE D

B O O KS : C ATALO GUE R AIS O N N É, PATR IC K

Literature:

C R AME R , 19 8 9, P G 3 9 4 -3 95 , # 15 9.

P O L IGR AFA , 19 7 5 , PG 1 30, #200.

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000

J OAN M I R Ó LI TÓG R AFO, VOL I I ,

239


390 MATSUMI KANEMITSU UNTITLED 1960 Crayon on paper Signed lower left Visible: 14” x 11.25”; Frame: 20.375” x 16.75” $900-1,200

391 JOHN ALTOON UNTITLED Circa 1966 Pastel on paper Signed lower right 29.5" x 39.5"; Frame: 31.25” x 41.25” $4,000-6,000


392 SAM FRANCIS AFFICHE MODERNA MUSEET STOCKHOLM 1960 Lithograph on Rives paper #71 of 75 Emil Mathieu Atelier, Zurich, printer; Kornfeld and Klipstein, Bern, publisher Signed lower right; edition lower left; inscribed “for Staffan Ahrenberg” lower margin. Image: 35.625” x 25”; Sheet: 37.5” x 26.5”; Frame: 45.5” x 34.5” $2,500-3,500

393 SAM FRANCIS ARIELS’ RING 1972 Color silkscreen #46 of 80 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed with blindstamps lower right; edition lower left Sold with print documentation from Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Image: 36.75" x 47.5”; Sheet: 41” x 51”; Frame: 42” x 52” $3,000-5,000

394 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED (SFE 103) 1995 Etching #41 of 44 Signature embossed lower right; edition lower right Plate: 8.25” x 14.75”; Sheet: 16.5” x 22”; Frame: 18.75” x 24.25” $1,000-1,200

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395 JASPER JOHNS #2 (AFTER UNTITLED 1975) 1976 Color lithograph on Rives #52 of 60 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated lower right with blindstamps; edition lower left Sold with Jasper Johns Catalogue from Gemini G.E.L. Image: 28.5” x 28.5”; Sheet: 30.125” x 29.875"; Frame: 36.75” x 36.75” Literature:

FI ELD, JASPER JOH NS: P R I N TS 1 9 7 0 -

1 9 7 7, WES LEYA N U NIVERSIT Y, 197 8, P G 1 1 7, #2 50.

$7,000-10,000

396 JASPER JOHNS #4 (AFTER UNTITLED 1975) 1976 Color lithograph on Rives #53 of 60 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated lower right with blindstamps; edition lower left Sold with print documentation from Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Image: 28.5” x 28.5”; Sheet: 30.125” x 29.875”; Frame: 36.75” x 36.75” Literature:

FI ELD, JASPER JOH NS: P R I N TS 1 9 7 0 -

1 9 7 7, WES LEYA N U NIVERSIT Y, 197 8, P G 1 1 8, #2 52 .

$7,000-10,000

397 JASPER JOHNS #4 (AFTER UNTITLED 1975) 1976 Color lithgraph on Rives #51 of 60 Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated lower right with blindstamps; edition lower left Sold with photocopy of print documentation for Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Image: 28.5” x 28.5”; Sheet: 30.125” x 29.875"; Frame: 36.75” x 36.75” Literature:

FI ELD, JASPER JOH NS: P R I N TS

1 9 70 - 19 7 7, W ESLEYA N U NIVERSIT Y, 1 9 7 8, PG 1 1 8 , #252.

$7,000-10,000


398 FRANK STELLA SANOR (FROM THE IMAGINARY PLACES II SERIES) 1996 Lithograph, screenprint, etching, aquatint, relief, and engraving on TGL handmade paper #5 of 35 Signed and dated with edition lower right Diameter: 28.875"; Frame: 30.875” x 30.875” $5,000-7,000

399 FRANK STELLA ANGRIFF 1971 Serigraph on C.M. Fabriano 100% cotton paper #65 of 150 Styria Studio, New York, printer; Center for Constitutional Rights, New York, publisher Signed and dated with edition lower right From Conspiracy: Artist as Witness portfolio published to raise funds in defense of the Chicago Seven. Sheet: 18” x 24”; Frame: 22.5” x 28.5” Literature:

AXS O M, TH E P R I NTS OF FR ANK

STE L L A: A C ATALO GUE R AISONNÉ 1 94 8 19 83, AP P E N D IX IC .

$1,200-1,500

400 JASPER JOHNS SAVARIN (FOR SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART EXHIBITION) 1978 Lithograph Unknown edition size Telamon Ediitons Limited, West Islip, New York, printer; The Whitney Museum of American Art, publisher Signed lower right Sheet: 45.75” x 29.75”; Frame: 46.125” x 30.25” $5,000-7,000

243


401 SEFF WEIDL UNTITLED (FEMALE FIGURE) Bronze with marble base Numbered IV Signature and “IV” inscribed 12.75” x 4.5” x 4” $500-1,000

402 RICO LEBRUN TINY MASK #9 1968 Bronze on wood mount Silvan Simmone gallery label on box reads “La Brun, Rico -- Tiny Mask #9, 3/5/68, #185” Mask approx: 3” x 4.5” x 1.5”; with base: 7” x 5” x 3.5” $800-1,200

403 JOYCE TREIMAN FOOT 1969 Bronze on wood mount Unknown edition size Signature inscribed on bronze Adele Bednarz Galleries, Los Angeles label verso; label on box with date and item information, #156 Bronze: 3” x 8.75” x 1.25”; with base: 5” x 10” x 2” $800-1,200


404 ELIZABETH CATLETT UNTITLED (SEATED FEMALE FIGURE)

405 H. NELSON UNTITLED

Second half of 20th century Bronze Signed “EC” on back of bench With base: 12.5” x 6.375” x 7.125”

1935-1943 Bronze Federal Art Project W.P.A. Signed “H. Nelson” and marked “Federal Art Project W.P.A. #742” 7” x 17” x 7”

$12,000-15,000

$1,500-2,000

245


406 EDWARD WORMLEY OVAL DROP-LEAF DINING TABLE From the “Career Group”, model no. 4913 Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Dunbar Berne Indiana label Closed: 29” x 72” x 18.25”; Open: 29” x 72” x 72” Literature:

TH E DU NBA R BOOK OF M OD -

ERN FURNI TU RE, 1953, PG 22.

$2,500-3,500

407 EDWARD WORMLEY COFFEE TABLE Dunbar, designed circa 1950s 15.75” x 42” diameter $1,500-2,000


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408 EDWARD WORMLEY DRESSERS (2) Dunbar, designed circa 1955 Retains Dunbar label in one drawer Each 38” x 41.5” x 18” $3,000-5,000


409 MILO BAUGHMAN DINING CHAIRS (10)

410 MILO BAUGHMAN LOUNGE CHAIRS (2)

Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1970 36.5” x 19.25” x 22.25”

Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1970 Each: 30.5” x 29.5” x 32”

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000


411 MILO BAUGHMAN GUERIDON Arch Gordon, designed circa 1950 23” x 20.5” x 20.5” $1,500-2,000

249 412 GLEN OF CALIFORNIA NIGHTSTAND (2) Model No. 2607 Glenn of California, designed circa 1952 Each 23.75” x 15.75” x 19” Literature:

GL E N N OF CALI FOR NI A

C ATALO GUE , UN DATE D, U NPAG I NATED.

$1,000-1,500


Property Sold to Benefit the Santa Monica Museum of Art

Through its exhibitions, education, and outreach programs, the Santa Monica Museum of Art fosters diversity, innovation, and discovery in contemporary art. The Museum celebrates expanding boundaries, exploring individual differences, enhancing public knowledge of art, and broadening the art experience. SMMoA is a collection of ideas.

413 CHARLES POLLOCK SWIVEL ARMCHAIRS (16) Model no. 1258DS Knoll International, designed 1965 Knoll International labels Each: 32” (adjustable) x 26.5” x 25.5” $7,000-9,000


414 EERO SAARINEN GRASSHOPPER CHAIR Model no. 61U Knoll, designed 1945 35.5” x 26.5” x 33” Literature:

LUTZ , K NOLL : A M ODER N U NI-

V E R S E, R IZ ZO L I, 2 0 10, P G 1 05.

$1,800-2,500

415 EERO SAARINEN GRASSHOPPER CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Model no. 61U & 62 Knoll International, designed 1945 Chair: 34.5” x 26” x 31”; Ottoman: 17” x 24.5” x 18” Literature:

LUTZ , K NOLL : A M ODER N U NI-

V E R S E, R IZ ZO L I, 2 0 10, P G 1 05.

$2,500-3,500

204 ARTIST UNKNOWN HEAD STUDIES 1958 Mixed media on paper, two-sided Signed and dated lower right; titled lower left; verso signed and dated lower right Frame: 14” x 11” $200-300

251


416 GIO PONTI FLATWARE SET (66) Krupp Milano, manufacturer; retailed at Fraser’s of Italy, designed circa 1955 Stainless steel Marked variously: “Arthur Krupp, Milano Italy”; “Fraser’s italy”; “Ponti Fraser’s Italy”; “Arthur Krupp, Milano Italy, Gio Ponti” Comprised of 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 salad forks, 12 teaspoons; 12 soup spoons; 5 serving spoons, 1 serving fork Knife: 7.5” Literature:

U GO L A PIETRA , GI O P ON T I,

RIZ ZO L I, 1 996, PG 30 0.

$4,000-6,000

417 GIO PONTI FLATWARE SET (104) Krupp Milano, designed 1939 Stainless steel Comprised of 12 dinner knives, 11 butter knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 demitasse spoons, 9 pastry/salad forks, 12 iced teaspoons, 12 soup spoons, 18 teaspoons, 2 serving spoons, 1 large serving spoon, 1 large fork, 1 pie server, 1 gravy ladle $2,500-3,500

418 FONTANA ARTE PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS Fontana Arte, designed circa 1950s Brass with glass base With shade: 11.5” x 5” x 5” $3,000-5,000

419 ALESSANDRO PIANON PULCINI Vistosi, designed 1962 Cased Murano glass 13” x 5.75” x 3.5” $3,000-5,000


420 GINO SARFATTI TRIENNALE LAMP Artluce, Italy, designed circa 1956 Adjustable: 63.75” x 36” x 36.5” $4,000-6,000

421 GINO SARFATTI TRIENNALE LAMP Arteluce, Italy, designed circa 1956 69” (height with lamps down); base: 12” $8,000-10,000

422 MARCO ZANUSO SLEEPER SOFA Arflex, designed 1954 32”h x 74”l x 35”d Literature:

B O N Y, L E S ANNEES 50, EDI-

TIO N S D U R EGAR D, 1982, P G 274 .

$2,000-3,000

253


423 DUILIO BERNABÉ (KNOWN AS DUBÉ) WALL HANGING Designed circa 1955 Reverse painted glass Fontana Arte Inscribed “Dube*Fontana Arte*” lower middle 25.5” x 28.5” $2,000-3,000

424 RICHARD BLOW PIETRA DURA PANEL 1958 Mixed hardstones Montici, Florence, Italy Montici cipher lower right; signed and dated verso Panel: 8.75” x 3”; Frame: 11.5” x 5.75” $1,000-2,000

425 ALDO TURA TEA CART Tura, designed circa 1950 26” x 34” x 24” $1,000-1,500


426 GIUSEPPE GAMBINO BAMBINO CON L’AQUILONE (CHILD WITH KITE) 1961 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right; artist, date and title verso Canvas: 22.75” x 29.75”; Frame: 24.5” x 31.5”

427 GIUSEPPE GAMBINO CARABINIERI

428 RINALDO PALUZZI FIGURA MORENA

1963 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right; artist, title and date verso Image/Canvas: 22.5” x 16.75”; Frame: 24.25” x 18.5”

1966 Oil on canvas Artist, title and date verso Canvas: 13.625” x 9.375”; Frame: 14.5” x 10.5” $300-500

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

429 ALBERTO GUERRI PORTOFINO, ITALY

430 GIUSEPPE GAMBINO STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS

Mid 20th century Oil on canvas Signed lower left; signed with title verso Canvas: 22.75” x 18.75”: Frame: 24” x 20”

1961 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left; artist title and date verso Sold with exhibition brochure Canvas: 27.5” x 34.75”; Frame: 36” x 42.75”

$500-1,000

$1,000-1,500

431 ENZO MASIERI UNTITLED Circa 1910 Charcoal on paper Signed lower left Visible: 7.25” x 5”; Frame: 17.5” x 14.25” $500-700

255


432 JOSEF ALBERS VARIANT II (FROM TEN VARIANTS) 1966 Serigraph #161 of 200 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 10.875” x 11.875”; Frame: 17.25” x 17.25” Literature:

MI LLER , JOSEF A LB E R S:

PRIN TS 1 915 -1970, TH E BROOKLY N M U S EUM, 1 9 7 3, PG 17.

$1,000-1,500

433 SOL LEWITT ARCS FROM SIDES OR CORNERS, GRIDS & CIRCLES (2 PLATES) 1972 Serigraph Each #32 of 100 Pio Monti, Macerata, publisher Signed with edition lower left Each Image: 13.75” x 13.75”; Sheet: 14.75” x 14.75”; Frame: 19.25” x 19.25” $3,000-5,000


434 GEORGE SEGAL UNTITLED (GIRL ON RED CHAIR) 1968 Screenprint on Lucite #41 of 50 Signed and dated with edition lower middle Ten additional impressions in Roman Numerals printed for the Education Department of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Notes verso "Purchased from Fendrick Gallery through the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. on September 28, 1969". Image: 32” x 24.5”; Sheet: 36” x 36”; Frame: 36.5” x 36.5” $1,500-2,000

435 CLAES OLDENBURG PROPOSAL FOR A CATHEDRAL IN THE FORM OF A SINK FAUCET FOR LAKE UNION, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 1972 Offset lithograph in four colors on Rives BFK paper #291 of 300 Colorcraft Lithographers, New York, printer; Contemporary Art Council, the Seatle Art Museum, Washington, publisher Signed lower right; edition lower left; artist’s initials, date, and location in plate Tortue Gallery label verso Image: 28” x 22.25”; Sheet: 32.25” x 24.675”; Frame: 32.75” x 25” Literature:

AXS O M, P L ATZK ER AND

O L D E N B UR G, P R IN TE D STU FF: P R I NTS, P O STE R S, AN D E P H E MER A BY C L AES OLD E N B UR G: A C ATALO GUE R AI SONNÉ 1 958 19 9 6, H UD S O N H IL L S P R ESS, NEW YOR K , 19 9 7, P G 2 0 9.

$1,000-2,000

257


436 JEROME KIRK UNTITLED (KINETIC SCULPTURE) 8/15/2009 Aluminum Studio Inscribed “Kirk” on base; date verso 48.75” x 29.75” x 11” $9,000-12,000

437 JEROME KIRK VIBRANT (KINETIC SCULPTURE) 1967 Aluminum Inscribed “Kirk” on base 22.25” x 13” x 5.75” Illustrated:

NESBI T, KI RK , 1987, P G 50.

$2,000-3,000


438 GAETANO SCOLARI CHANDELIER Silnovo, designed circa 1950 16.5” x 32” x 32” $2,000-3,000

439 NEAL SMALL ANGLED MIRROR Circa 1970s Mirror on painted plywood mount 34” x 58” x 4” $1,000-1,500

440 C. JERE CRANE LAMP Studio, circa 1977 Remnant of signature on base of arm Adjustable, as illustrated 66” x 41” $2,000-3,000

259


441 SALVADOR DALI SEQUENCE OF 4 PHOTOGRAPHS OF MARCEL DUCHAMP WITH A CHESS BOARD circa 1960s Photograph Each photo signed lower right Each photo: 7” x 7”; Framed together: 13.25” x 37.25” $1,500-2,000

442 STEPHEN VERONA ANDY WARHOL SIGNING

443 WILLIAM WEGMAN INTERIORS (SUITE OF FOUR PANELS)

C OL L EC T I ON

1999 Digital pigment prints on Somerset Velvet paper Printer’s proof #2 aside from edition of 15 Signed and dated lower right on one panel; edition and title lower left on other purple panel Each Image: 31.5” x 24.25”; Sheet: 37.75” x 30.75”; Frame: 41.5” x 34.5”

$1,500-2,000

$5,000-7,000

1977, printed in 2010 Digital print #7 of 20 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 8.125” x 32.625”; Frame: 13.625” x 38” Provenance: F R OM

T HE A RTIST


444 HELMUT NEWTON FOTOGRAPHIE ORIGINALI 1969 Sheet of photographs Signed and dated lower right of mat Labeled “fotographie originali” lower left of mat. Sheet: 19.75” x 15.75”; Mat: 27.5” x 20.125” (not framed) $3,000-5,000

445 ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ FEEDING THE DUCKS IN THE LATE AFTERNOON, TISZA SZALKA 1924, later print Gelatin silver print Visible: 7.5” x 9.625”; Frame: 19.75” x 20.75” $1,500-2,000

446 JAN SAUDEK WALKMAN NR #195 1987 Hand colored silver gelatin print Signed lower right of image; inscribed lower margin: “Walkman Nr. #195, Model Print, Print Finished July 30, 1887 9:35AM” 11.625” x 15.5”; Frame: 16.25” x 20.25” $1,000-1,500

261


447 JAMES ROSENQUIST WHEN A LEAK . . . 1980 Color lithograph on Arches 88 paper #44 of 58 Gemini, G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated in pencil lower right; edition and title lower left Image: 39.5” x 50.5”; Sheet: 43.5” x 53.5”; Frame: 48.5” x 59” Literature:

GLENN, TI ME DU ST: JA M E S

RO S EN QUIST COMPLETE GRA PH I C S: 1 9 6 21 9 9 2, RIZ ZOLI, 1993, PG 156, # 175.

$1,800-2,500


448 JAMES ROSENQUIST WINDSCREEN HORIZON 1978 Color etching, aquatint and pochoir #53 of 78 Flatston Studio, Brand X Editions, printer; Multiples, Inc., publisher Signed and dated in pencil lower right; edition and title lower left Plate: 17.75” x 35.75”; Sheet: 22.75” x 39.75”; Frame: 26” x 43” Literature:

GL E N N , TI M E DU ST: JAM ES

R O S E N Q UIST C O MP L ETE G R AP H I C S: 1 96219 9 2, R IZ ZO L I, 19 93 , PG 1 52, #1 38.

$1,000-1,500

263

449 JIM DINE PICABIA II (FORGOT) 1971 Lithograph A.P.; aside from edition of 75 plus 15 artist’s proofs Petersburg Press, New York and London, publisher; Ernie Donagh, printer Signed and dated with edition lower middle Sheet/Image: 54” x 36.75”; Frame: 55.5” x 38.125” Literature:

J IM D IN E P R I NTS: 1 970 -1 97 7,

W IL L IAMS C O L L EGE , 197 7, P G 56, #4 4 .

$2,500-3,500


450 RUFINO TAMAYO CHACAL (FROM MEXICAN MARKET)

451 RUFINO TAMAYO LA PEREJA

1973 Lithograph #41 of 100 Editions Press, San Francisco Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet/Image: 22” x 30”; Frame: 40” x 32.25”

1990 Lithograph #27 of 110 Signed lower right; edition lower left; retains Kyron and Benavente - Kelly blind stamps Sheet: 31.75” x 47.25”; Frame: 35.75” x 51.5”

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: DYA N SE N

G A L L E RY, N E W

OR L E A N S; P R I VAT E C OL L EC T I O N , B E V E R LY HI L L S (AC QU I R E D F R OM A B OV E , F E B R UARY 1 8, 1 9 9 1 ).

$3,000-4,000

453 RUFINO TAMAYO LA LUNA LLENA

452 RUFINO TAMAYO LA COQUETA 1990 Lithograph #27 of 110 Signed lower right; edition lower left; retains Kyron and Benavente - Kelly blind stamps Sheet: 43.75” x 31.5”; Frame: 48” x 35.75

1989 Lithograph #27 of 110 Signed lower right; edition lower left; retains Kyron and Benavente - Kelly blind stamps Sheet: 41.75” x 31.5”; Frame: 46.25” x 35.5”

Provenance: DYA NSEN

Provenance: DYA N SE N

GA LLERY, N E W

G A L L E RY, N E W

O RLEAN S ; PRIVATE COLLECTI ON, B E VE R LY

OR L E A N S; P R I VAT E C OL L EC T I O N , B E V E R LY

HILL S ( ACQ U IRED FROM A BOVE, F E B R UA RY

HI L L S (AC QU I R E D F R OM A B OV E , F E B R UARY

18, 1991).

1 8, 1 9 9 1 ).

$2,500-3,500

$3,000-4,000


454 PEDRO FRIEDEBERG “EL LABERINTO DE LAS CRUCES DONDE EMPIEZA EL CONTOR FUEGO” After 1960 Mixed media on illustration board Signed middle left Board: 14.875” x 14.875”; Frame: 23.25” x 23.25” $3,000-5,000

455 JOSE LUIS CUEVAS CRIME BY CUEVAS (PORTFOLIO OF 11 LITHOGRAPHS) 1968 Lithograph #39 of 100 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left; signed and dated in plate lower right “Borgia” is visible in Plexi frame. Sheet: 30” x 22”; Plexi frame: 22.5” x 30.75” $500-1,000

456 PEDRO FRIEDEBERG UNTITLED After 1960 Mixed media on paper Signed lower right Image/Sheet: 14” x 9.5”; Frame: 23” x 18” $2,500-3,500

265


457 WAYNE THIEBAUD ROSE (FROM RECENT ETCHINGS II) 1979 Etching #26 of 50 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 24” x 17.75”; Sheet: 29.75” x 22.75”; Frame: 32.375” x 25.625” $2,000-3,000

458 WAYNE THIEBAUD DARK CAKES AND PIES 2006 Direct gravure on gampi paper chine collé #9 of 30 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 21.5” x 18.25”; Sheet: 30” x 25.5”; Frame: 33.625” x 29.125” $8,000-12,000


459 LARRY COHEN BACKYARD VIEW OF DOWNTOWN L.A.

460 LARRY COHEN VIEW FROM SCENIC AVE. (HOLLYWOOD HILLS)

2004 Oil on canvas Signed verso; retains George Stern label verso 32” x 22”

2002 Oil on canvas Signed in pencil canvas verso and in paint on stretcher; date and title in marker on stretcher Canvas: 16” x 18”; Frame: 16.75” x 18.5”

Provenance:

Provenance:

C O L L EC TIO N O F TH E ARTIST

$3,000-5,000

C O L L ECTI ON OF TH E ARTI ST

$2,000-3,000

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461 LAVI DANIEL UNTITLED Circa 1988 Watercolor and gouache on paper Sheet: 30” x 41.675”; Frame: 33” x 44.75” $1,500-2,000


462 POP 1960S PAIR OF AIRCHAIRS The Green Co., designed circa 1978 Canvas with inflatable inserts, metal rivets, and plastic storage cases Each inflated: approx. 28” x 32” x 27”; Each case: 8” x 16” x 11” Includes brochure and a bag of rivets $2,000-3,000

463 GERALD MCCABE DINING SUITE Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1970 Each brand stamped “Gerald McCabe/ Orange Crate Modern/Eon Furniture Company/Santa Monica, California” Table: 29” x 66” x 36”; Benches: 31” x 66” x 19” $2,000-3,000


464 OLGA FISCH “CAVERNA” ECUADOREAN RUG 1950s Woolen rug Folklore Handmade Rugs label verso Persian known weaving with cotton backing and aniline dyes. Made by special order for parents of current owner. 125” x 106” $5,000-7,000

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465 JOHN OUTTERBRIDGE UNTITLED Circa 1960 Oil on canvas Signed lower left Canvas: 30” x 40”; Frame: 31” x 41” $1,000-2,000


466 RUTH LEVIN UNTITLED 1989 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left Canvas: 63” x 71.75”; Frame: 65” x 73.75” $3,000-5,000

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467 RUTH LEVIN UNTITLED 1984 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left Canvas: 40” x 40”; Frame: 41.5” x 41.5” $2,000-3,000


468 LES LEVINE PRINT-OUT PORTRAIT (SET OF 6) 1969 Offset lithograph #75 of 85 Signed and dated with edition in pencil verso With an additional unframed print from the series. Image: 18.25” x 25.5”; Frame: 20.25” x 27.25” $1,000-1,500


469 GEORGE NELSON GROUP OF 3 SOFAS AND 2 FREESTANDING COFFEE TABLES (5) From the Contract Bench System Herman Miller, designed 1956 Pair of Coffee Tables Not Illustrated Retain Herman Miller medallion Each sofa: 26.75” x 90” x 30”; Each coffee table (not illustrated): 15” x 32” x 32” Literature:

H E R MAN M I LLER FU R NI TU R E

C ATALO GUE , 19 6 3 , P G 38.

$3,000-5,000

273


470 SHEPARD FAIREY OBEY MOTORHEAD ALBUM COVER 2002 Screenprint Unique Signed and dated lower right Image: 12” x 12”; Frame: 20” x 20” $2,000-3,000

471 SHEPARD FAIREY JAPANESE FABRIC PATTERN, RED (SET OF 4) 2009 Screenprint Each #58 of 100 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Each Image: 17” x 17”; Sheet: 18” x 18”; Frame: 18.25” x 18.25” $2,000-3,000


472 TAKASHI MURAKAMI FLOWERBALL (3D) FROM THE REALM OF THE DEAD

473 TAKASHI MURAKAMI OPEN YOUR HANDS WIDE

474 TAKASHI MURAKAMI FLOWERS IN HEAVEN

2010 Offset lithograph #159 of 300 Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. Signed with edition lower right Image diameter: 27.5”; Frame: 32.25” x 32.25”

2010 Offset lithograph #67 of 300 Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. Signed with edition lower right Image: 29.75” x 36”; Frame: 32.5” x 38.5”

2010 Offset lithograph #77 of 300 Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. Signed with edition lower right Image: 26.5” x 26.5”; Frame: 28.75” x 28.75”

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,500

475 MARK & TAKASHI GROTJAHN & MURAKAMI UNTITLED (CANARY YELLOW AND BLACK BUTTERFLY 830)

476 MARK & TAKASHI GROTJAHN & MURAKAMI UNTITLED (SCARLET LAKE AND INDIGO BLUE BUTTERFLY 826)

2010 Offset lithograph Edition of 300 Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. Signed lower right Image: 27” x 21.5”; Frame: 29.75” x 24”

2010 Offset lithograph Edition of 300 Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. Signed lower right Image: 27” x 21.5”; Frame: 29.75” x 24”

$800-1,000

$800-1,000

275 477 SHU TAKAHASHI SIX SHAPES IN SPACE 1974 Screenprint on acrylic #141 of 500 Signed and dated with edition lower middle Rondanini Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea on bottom, Grafiser Roma 27.75” x 19.75” $300-500


478 VICTOR VASARELY DOOR 1982 Serigraph #139 of 325 Signed lower right; edition lower left; label on the glass Image: 37.5” x 19”; Sheet: 42.75” x 23.5”; Frame: 50.75” x 31.5” $1,000-1,500

479 BILL BARRETT UNTITLED (SCULPTURE) 1979 Aluminum Signed and dated on foot 13” x 10.75” $2,000-3,000

480 VICTOR VASARELY UNTITLED DEPOSITO 1970 Acrylic cube #59 of 100 Signed with edition Cube: 6.875” x 6.875” x 6.875”; With stand: 8.5” x 7.5” x 7.5” $500-1,000


481 YAACOV AGAM THE BLESSING 2nd half of 20th century Lithograph #11 of 99 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 35.75” x 14.25”; Frame: 51.5” x 30.25” $800-1,200

482 YAACOV AGAM HIDDEN RAINBOW X 9 2002 Agamograph (lithographic image viewed through a lenticular lens) #49 of 99; aside from 25 proofs Signed lower right; edition lower left Sold with documentation from Park West Gallery, Michigan 14” x 14.25”; Frame: 27” x 27.25” $1,500-2,000

483 YAACOV AGAM NIGHT CONSTELLATION 1979 Serigraph on Arches #46 of 99 Atelier Arcay, Paris Signed below circle; edition lower left Sold with documentation from Goldman’s Art Gallery; Acquired by consigner from Goldman’s Art Gallery at L.A. County Fair Image/Sheet: 28.5” x 42.5”; Frame: 28.5” x 42.75” $1,000-1,500

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484 LADDIE JOHN DILL FIVE-0 1993 Bronze relief sculpture Signed and dated lower right; title lower left 16” x 11.75” x 1.5” $1,500-2,000

485 LADDIE JOHN DILL UNTITLED 1988 Monotype on handmade paper Edition of 35 Garner Tullis Studios, Santa Barbara, printer; Graphic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, publisher Signed and dated lower left Sold with print documentation Image/Sheet: 23” x 30”; Frame: 28.375” x 35.875” $1,500-2,000

486 LADDIE JOHN DILL UNTITLED (CONSTRUCTION) Circa 1984 Glass, plywood and aggregate 52.75” x 84” $4,000-6,000


487 JOE GOODE UNTITLED

488 JOE GOODE LOB II

1975 Drawing on Arches Signed and dated lower middle Image: 21.5” x 29.75”; Sheet: 22” x 29.75”; Frame: 32.175” x 39.5”

1990 Lithograph #23 of 25 Signed and dated lower right; title and edition lower left From The Ocean Blue series Image/Sheet: 25.5” x 19”; Frame: 32.5” x 26”

$2,500-3,500

$800-1,200

489 JOE GOODE TUGELA (WATERFALL #033) 1990 Oil on Gatorboard Studio label verso 20” x 2.875”; Mount: 20.875” x 3.75” $1,000-1,500

490 ERIC ORR BLIND WINDOW 1988 Gold leaf on lead on board Signed and dated lower right; title lower middle Panel: 15.75” x 11”; Frame: 17.25” x 12.5” $1,500-2,000

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491 PETER SHIRE UNTITLED Studio, executed 1983 Ceramic sculpture Signed and dated on turquoise base approx. 4” x 7” x 8” $600-900

492 PETER SHIRE Circa 1990 Studio 28” x 16” x 12” $1,000-1,500

493 PETER SHIRE PAIR OF SIDE TABLES Studio, executed 1987 Wood with laminated surfaces Each signed and dated Each: 20” x 20” x 20” $3,000-5,000


494 MINEO MIZUNO UNTITLED (WALL CHARGER) Studio, executed 1986 Ceramic Signed verso 24” diameter $1,000-1,500

495 VENINI PAIR OF MASKS WITH STANDS Venini, Murano, Italy, 1988 Glass Red: “Venini 88” verso Red (Brighella Lattimo): 6” x 7” x 4.5”; Black (Arlecchino): 6.5” x 6.75” x 4.25” $800-1,200

496 MINEO MIZUNO GROUP OF CERAMIC WORKS (4) 1988 Comprised of two bowls and two plates Glazed ceramic Each signed, two dated Each bowl: 3.25” x 6” diameter; Each plate: 1.5” x 10.5” x 10.5” $700-900

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497 JAVIER MARISCAL HILTON SERVING CART Memphis, designed 1981 Sold with printouts of information on the trolley’s manufacture and Javier Mariscal 31.75” x 52” x 17.75” Literature:

RA DICE, MEMPH IS: R E SE A R C H,

EX PERIENCES, RESU LT, FA I LU RES A N D SU CCESS ES O F NEW DESI GN, RIZZOL I , 1 9 84 , P G 58.

$1,500-2,000

498 ETTORE SOTTSASS MURMANSK CENTERPIECE Memphis, designed 1982 Silver plate Impressed “Memphis Milano” 11.25” x 14.5” $3,000-5,000

499 PHILIPPE STARCK UNE ÉTRANGETÉ SOUS UN MUR Edition of 50 Daum, 1988 Glass Inscribed DAUM Starck 19.75” x 11.5” x 12” Literature:

PH I LI PPE STA RCK , TASC HE N ,

KÖ L N , 1 9 91, PG 14 7.

$1,000-1,500


500 RON ARAD NINO ROTA CHAIRS (2) Cappellini, designed 2002 Stamped “’Nino Rota’ by Ron Arad for Cappellini” Each 28.75” x 24.75’ x 25.5” $3,000-5,000

501 RON ARAD TOP POT (HARD) PLANTERS (3) Serralunga, 2003 Polyethylene Marked “Ron Arad for Serralunga Made in Italy” and “Ron Arad Design for Serralunga Made in Italy”. Each: 40” x 28” diameter $5,000-7,000

502 ETTORE SOTTSASS SINUS LAMPS (2) Stilnovo, designed 1970 Each: 12.875” x 3.125” x 3” Designed for vertical or horizontal lighting $1,500-2,000

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503 TOM SAVAGE SWAY 1989-1990 Oil, pencil, charcoal on canvas Signed with title, medium and date verso Exhibited at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, 1992. 72” x 84” $3,000-5,000

504 BARBARA KASTEN CONSTRUCT A + A 1984 Chromogenic print #23 of 50 Signed with date, title and edition in lower margin 24” x 20”; Frame: 34.75” x 30.5” $1,500-2,000

505 LARRY BELL UNTITLED 1988 Mixed media on coated canvas Signed and dated lower middle 28” x 36” Provenance: LOS

A NGELES VA LLE Y C OL-

LEG E ( D O NATED I N MEMORY OF F I DE L DANIEL I) , 1988

$2,000-3,000


506 HENK ELENGA SUITE OF FURNITURE (5) Hard Werken, custom designed 1987 for the co-founder of Virgin Records US, Jordan Harris Comprised of desk, credenza, corner table, and two speaker stands Desk, corner table and credenza signed Desk: 28” x 76.25” x 38”; Credenza: 30.5” x 56” x 19.75”; Corner table: 16.5” x 29.5” x 29.5; Speaker stands: 31.25” x 14.75” x 13.5” $5,000-7,000

285


507 PAOLO PIVA ANDY SOFA B&B Italia, designed 2002 22” x 96” x 45” $1,500-2,500

508 PIERO LISSONI REEF SWIVEL ARM CHAIR Cassina, designed 2001-2002 27.75” x 38” x 33.5” $500-1,000

509 LINEA COFFEE TABLE Linea, designed circa 2000 Metal with acrylic top 12.5” x 47” x 31.5” $1,500-2,500


287 510 PIERO LISSONI SOFAS (2) Cassina, designed 2001-2002 27” x 116” x 32” $3,000-5,000

511 LINEA COFFEE TABLE Linea, designed circa 2000 15.25” x 86.75” x 55.25” $2,500-3,500


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GIO PONTI ORGANIZED WALL Circa 1955 Italian walnut, tempered glass and recessed lighting $30,000 - 50,000

289

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PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR BATHER Circa 1915 Oil on canvas Canvas: 8.25" x 6.75"; Frame: 14.5" x 13" $100,000-150,000

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INDEX A Aalto, Alvar Agam, Yaacov Albers, Josef Ali, Muhammad Altoon, John Arad, Ron Arnoldi, Charles Artschwager, Richard Auböck, Carl Avery, Milton B Baldessari, John Barovier, Ercole Barrett, Bill Baughman, Milo Bell, Larry Bellini, Mario Bengston, Billy Al Berger, Ueli Berrocal, Miguel Bertoia, Harry Bitters, Stan Blow, Richard Bobrick, Mitchell Botero, Fernando Botta, Mario Bratby, John Breuer, Marcel Burdick, Bruce Byars, James Lee C Calder, Alexander Canogar, Rafael Castiglioni, Achille Catlett, Elizabeth Chagall, Marc Chamberlain, John Chihuly, Dale Close, Chuck Cohen, Bruce Cohen, Larry Coignard, James Cone, Davis Conner, Bruce Cooper, Dan Crash (John Matos) Cressey, David Cuevas, Jose Luis

32-33 481-483 432 100 391 500-501 107 98-99 375 183-185 64-65 296 479 88, 409-411 505 322-323 106 321 44 67, 215, 292 and 348-350 11-12, 14-16 424 191 43 251 307 77 369 49 311 339 304 404 385 194 120 124-125 128-129 459-460 150 130 51 86 85 326-327 455

D Dali, Salvador 441 Daniel, Lavi 461 de Poli, Paolo 234 Dill, Laddie John 484-486 Dine, Jim 449 Ditzel, Nanna 35 Dubé 423 E Eames, Charles 80-82, 206-214 and 226, 255, 267-271, 286-287 and 360-368 Edmondson, Leonard 192 Ekstrom, Yngve 34 Elenga , Henk 506 Ernst, Max 73 Estes, Richard 131 F Fairey, Shepard 470-471 Falkenstein, Claire 320 Finkelstein, Max 332 Fisch, Olga 464 Fischer, Eva 310 Fischinger, Oskar 72 Fontana Arte 418 Francis, Sam 241-242, 392-394

Franck, Kaj Franco, James Frankl, Paul Fraser, Donald Hamilton Friberg, Berndt Friedeberg, Pedro G Gambino, Giuseppe Gehry, Frank O. Goode, Joe Goode, Rex Graham, Robert Greene & Greene Grossman, Greta Grotjahn, Mark Guariche, Pierre Guerri, Alberto Guerriero, Henry Guimard, Hector

36-37 203 334 309 42 454, 456

426-430 102-105, 253 487-489 136, 331 152, 243 272 340-341, 381 475-476 87 429 149 181

H Hammersley, Frederick 89 Hans Sumpf 13 Hartung, Hans 151 Hawkinson, Tim 201-202 Hockney, David 78-79, 244 Hoffmann, Josef 177 Hutten, Richard 96 Hvidt, Peter 17 I Ikegawa, Shiro Isermann, Jim J Jacobsen, Arne Jansson, Folke Jere, C. Johns, Jasper Johnson, Dan Johnson, Philip Johnston, Ynez Judd, Donald K Kage, Wilhelm Kanemitsu, Matsumi Kasten, Barbara Kelly, Ellsworth Kertész, André Kienholz, Ed Kirk, Jerome Kjaerholm, Poul Knoll, Florence Knorr, Donald Komai, Ray Koons, Jeff Kunishima, Seiji Kuramata, Shiro L Lamb, Walter Lane, Danny Le Corbusier Lebrun, Rico Levin, Ruth Levine, Les Levine, Marilyn LeWitt, Sol Lichtenstein, Roy Liebovitz, Annie Lindberg, Stig Lindstrand, Vicke Linea Lissoni, Piero Loewy, Raymond Longo, Robert Lutjens, Wilhelm

108 92 24, 232 225 440 395-397, 400 264-265 217, 219 193, 345-347 52 40-41 390 504 312-313 445 245-246 436-437 218 71, 281 288 227-228 100-101 216 97, 248-250 142-145 247 74 402 466-467 468 161 433 83-84 45, 123 19, 41 300 509, 511 508, 510 233 126-127 377-378

M Mackintosh, Charles Rennie 76 Maloof, Sam 153-156 Mapplethorpe, Robert 48 Mariscal, Javier 497 Martin, Robert 328 Masieri, Enzo 431 Mathsson, Bruno 25-28 Matisse, Henri 384 Matter, Herbert 205 McCabe, Gerald 463 McCobb, Paul 1-8 McCracken, John 90 McIntosh, Harrison 157-158 McLean, Richard 195 McMakin, Roy 93-95 Meier, Richard 252 Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig 75 Mihich, Velizar (Vasa) 305-306 Miró, Joan 387-389 Miyakaski, George 269 Mizuno, Mineo 494, 496 Moore, Henry 308 Moses, Ed 109 Murakami, Takashi 472-476 N Nakashima, George 121-122 Natzler, Gertrud & Otto 159-160 and 257-263 Nauman, Bruce 146-147 Nelson, George 204, 275-278 and 366-373, 409 Nelson, H. 405 Neri, Manuel 335-336 Neuhart, Marilyn 359 Neutra, Richard 189, 266 Newton, Helmut 444 Noguchi, Isamu 280-284 Nyman, Gunnel 298 O Olbrich, Josef Maria Oldenburg, Claes Olsen, Odelberg Orr, Eric Outterbridge, John

180 435 110 490 465

P Paluzzi, Rinaldo 428 Panton, Verner 229-231 Parker, Raymond 197-198 Parzinger, Tommi 187 Penny, Aubrey 256 Pesce, Gaetano 237-240 Pettibon, Raymond 55-59 Pianon, Alessandro 419 Picasso, Pablo 112-119, 386 Piva, Paolo 507 Plant, David 162 Pollock, Charles 302, 413 Ponti, Gio 235-236, 416-417 Probber, Harvey 379 Prouvé, Jean 111 Q Quistgaard, Jens

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R Rateau, Armand-Albert 182 Rauschenberg, Robert 60-63 Ray, Man 46-47, 279 Risley, John 290 Risom, Jens 68, 303 Robsjohn-Gibbings, T. H. 186, 188 Rosenquist, James 447-448 Roszak, Theodore 148 Ruscha, Ed 164-174

S Saarinen, Eero 69-70, 414-415 Sachs, Tom 200 Salle, David 66 Sarfatti, Gino 420-421 Sarpaneva, Timo 223-224, 293-295 Saudek, Jan 446 Sauvage, Henri 178 Savage, Tom 503 Scarpa, Tobia 324 Scolari, Gaetano 438 Segal, George 435 Segovia, Andres 196 Serra, Richard 53-54 Sheets, Millard 9 Shire, Peter 491-493 Shoemaker, Don S. 10 Shulman, Julius 132-135 Small, Neal 439 Sonnier, Keith 240 Sottsass, Ettore 498, 502 Staehr-Nielsen, Eva 29 Stålhane, Carl-Harry 30 Starck, Philippe 400 Stella, Frank 398-399 Stewart, Kipp 143 Stuck, Jack 338 Sultan, Donald 50 T Tackett, La Gardo 137-141, 329-330 Takahashi, Shu 477 Tamayo, Rufino 450-453 Tan, Humen 289 Tapiovaara, Ilmari 38-39 Teague, Walter Dorwin 380 Thaden, H.V. 285 Thiebaud, Wayne 457-458 Tobiasse, Theo 337 Treiman, Joyce 403 Tura, Aldo 425 V Vallance, Jeffrey 91 Van de Velde, Henry 179 van Keppel, Hendrik 291 Vasarely, Victor 478, 480 Venini 495 Verona, Stephen 442 Versace, Gianni 297 W Wagenfeld, Wilhelm 301 Walker, Rodney 190 Warff, Goran 299 Warhol, Andy 314-319 Weber, Kem 383 Wegman, William 443 Wegner, Hans 18, 20-21, 220-222 Weidl, Seff 401 Woelffer, Emerson 342-344 Wood, Beatrice 353-358 Wood, Jonas 199 Woolley, Ellamarie 163 Wormley, Edward 406-408 Wright, Frank Lloyd 273-274 Wright, Russel 352 Y Yanagi, Sori Z Zanuso, Marco

254, 370 422


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PETER LOUGHREY MANAGING DIRECTOR

SHANNON LOUGHREY

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JENNIFER MILLER PHOTOGRAPHY

SUSAN EINSTEIN MARIO DE LOPEZ

MARKETING DIRECTOR

ELIZABETH PORTANOVA

CLIENT SERVICES

JULIE WEARING

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PAUL Des Marais JENNIFER MILLER

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December 11, 2011 Important Modern Art & Design Auction  

The December 11, 2011 Important Modern Art & Design Auction features over 500 lots of exceptional material from a prominent West Coast colle...

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