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MODERN ART & DESIGN MAY 18, 2014


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PREVIEW

May 5 – 17, 2014 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

AUCTION

Sunday, May 18, 2014 12 p.m. (PST)

16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91406


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Technology has been a driving force in the auction world for much of the last two decades and Los Angeles Modern Auctions has historically been at the forefront of new ideas in this field. In fact, the very word “Modern” in our name was not just a descriptor of the product, but was intentionally meant to convey that we were establishing a platform of up-to-date processes. When LAMA was founded in 1992, fax machines and VHS tapes helped our small, independent company get its product out to a larger audience. Cell phones had their impact as well. The internet, of course, created profound opportunities and has led to a certain parity between large and small auction houses because it helps buyers seek out great material wherever it may surface. LAMA has always seen modern technology not as a bell or whistle, or even just a convenience for clients, but rather as a tool to create efficiencies. For example, if our website, www.lamodern.com, can one day replace our printed catalogue, this would be an efficiency that would ultimately result in lower commissions for both buyer and seller, and would reduce the amount of lead time before each auction, which in turn would lead to increased annual volume capacity. I believe in modern technologies and know that the new, fascinating tools in our field are in our not so distant future. In the present, however, LAMA brings to you another stellar group of Modern works of Art and Design, most of which have been tucked away in estates and private collections for decades. In Fine Art, we have several rare and previously undocumented local Los Angeles historical works. Two presentation drawings by Herman Sachs of our City Hall and Forest Lawn represent a pre-WWII era aesthetic that was obviously informed by the Art Deco movement, but staying distinctly American. We are especially proud to offer for the first time on the market, a complex and detailed preliminary drawing by Charles White of the Mary McLeod Bethune mural created for the Exposition Park branch of the Los Angeles Public Library. The post war period is also well represented by a seminal, early painting from Llyn Foulkes, a mini survey of works by John Altoon, and a rare early lithograph by fellow Ferus alum, Ed Ruscha. In our Design section, we have an increasingly rare offering of a nearly intact original interior by William “Billy” Haines. Featuring many of Haines’ most celebrated icons such as the “Seniah” chairs, lamps with Chinese ceramics, and long dramatic seating, this collection is being published for the first time in over 50 years and represents a rare opportunity to acquire works with clear provenance from a legendary Hollywood family. Finally, a collection of furniture by Hans Wegner and studio works by Sam Maloof and noted California ceramicists round out a fine offering of design, most of which having never before traded hands. As usual, we hope you will enjoy this catalogue of Modern Art & Design, explore our extended two-week preview, and peruse the additional content found on our website. From pedigreed property to undiscovered, historical works, modern technology has the power to bring to you a new auction experience. Watch this space for more, exciting things to come in the near future. PETER LOUGHREY, DIRECTOR


1 ED RUSCHA SIN 1969 Color lithograph on white Arches paper B.A.T. aside from the edition of 20 Published by Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Albuquerque; printed by Daniel Socha, Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Albuquerque Signed and dated in pencil with printer blind stamps lower right margin; inscribed “B.A.T.” lower left margin Image: 7.375” x 9.125”; Sheet: 14” x 15.25”; Frame: 16” x 17.25”

2 ED RUSCHA EDWARD RUSCHA (ED-WERD REWSHAY) YOUNG ARTIST 1972 Offset print on 40 lb. Manila paper From the unnumbered edition of 2000 Published by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis; printed by Kolorpress Inc., Minneapolis Together with two Ed Ruscha business cards, one inscribed by Ed Ruscha verso; one card designed by Billy Al Bengston 4.5” x 3.75”

QUE, NEW MEXI CO

This catalogue accompanied an exhibition of prints, drawings, and books by the artist at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, April 18-May 28, 1972.

Literature:

Literature:

Provenance:

DA NI EL SOCH A , A L B U QU E R-

ENGBERG, SI RI , A ND C L I VE

E N G B E R G , SI R I , AN D C L IV E

PHILPOT, EDWA RD RU SCH A : EDI T I ON S

P HI L P OT, E DWA R D R U SC HA : E D ITIO N S

1 959 - 1 9 9 9, A CATA LOGU E RA I SONNÉ , N E W

1 959 - 1 9 9 9, A C ATA LOG U E R A I S O N NÉ , N E W

YO RK: DAP, 1999, P 87, # 22.

YOR K : DA P, 1 9 9 9, #M 2 5.

$6,000-9,000

$1,000-1,500


4 ED RUSCHA “BILLY”

3 ED RUSCHA PEOPLE YAWNING (WORLD SERIES)

1968 Exhibition catalogue with felt letters mounted to sandpaper cover, machine screw and nut binding, and satin ribbon page marker From the first edition of 2500 Published by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; printed by Toyo Press, Los Angeles Designed by Ed Ruscha with text by James Monte Published on the occasion of the 1968 exhibition, “Billy Al Bengston,” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 9” x 11”

5 KEN PRICE THE PLAIN OF SMOKES

P HI L P OT, E DWA R D R U SC HA : E D ITIO N S

YO R K : DAP, 19 9 9, P 12 8 , # M10 ; R OTH ,

1 959 - 1 9 9 9, A C ATA LOG U E R A I SO N NÉ , N E W

AN D R E W, TH E O P E N B O O K , 2 0 0 4, GOTH E N-

YOR K : DA P, 1 9 9 9, P 1 00, #1 2 0.

B E R G: H ASS E L B L AD C E N TE R , P 19 8 .

1981 Portfolio comprised of 20 screenprints on Arches 88 paper #6 of 150 Published by Arabesque Books, Santa Barbara; printed by Gary Lichtenstein, SOMA Fine Art Press, San Francisco Each screenprint signed and dated in pencil “Price ‘81”; each with artist’s blind stamp and printer and publisher blind stamps lower left sheet; some with edition With text by Harvey Mudd Hardback slip cover: 15.875” x 13.125” x 2.375”; Clamshell case: 15.375” x 13” x 1.875”; Image dimension varies; Each sheet: 12.375” x 14.875” (some with alternate orientation)

$3,000-5,000

$800-1,200

$4,000-6,000

1982 4-color lithograph on Arches 88 paper #3 of 40 Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated in pencil lower right with Gemini G.E.L. blind stamps; edition lower left Gemini G.E.L. #45.15 Image/sheet: 25” x 47.5”; Frame: 30.375” x 53.125” Literature:

E N G B E R G , SI R I , A N D C L IV E

Literature:

E N GB E R G, S IR I, AN D C L IV E

P H IL P OT, E DWAR D R US C H A: E D ITIO N S 195 9 -19 9 9, A C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ , N E W

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6 ED KIENHOLZ FOR OLD ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC 1969 Watercolor and ink stamp on paper Signed and dated with artist’s thumb print lower right Image/sheet (vis.): 11.375” x 15.625”; Frame: 12” x 16.125” Literature:

H OPPS, WA LTER , KI E N HOL Z: A

RET RO S PECTI VE, NEW YORK: WH I T N E Y M U S EUM, 1 9 96, P 141 FOR SI MI L A R E XA M P L E S.

$5,000-7,000

7 ED KIENHOLZ FOR A SECOND ADDING MACHINE 1970 Watercolor and ink stamp on paper Signed and dated with artist’s thumb print lower right Image/sheet (vis.): 11.5” x 15.5”; Frame: 12.25” x 16.125” Literature:

H OPPS, WA LTER , KI E N HOL Z: A

RET RO S PECTI VE, NEW YORK: WH I T N E Y M U S EUM, 1 9 96, P 141 FOR SI MI L A R E XA M P L E S.

$5,000-7,000


8 BRUCE NAUMAN USE ME 1988 Hardground etching on Somerset satin wove paper Artist’s Proof #4 of 10 aside from the edition of 35 Published by Brooke Alexander Editions, New York Signed and dated with edition in pencil lower right sheet Image: 8.875” x 11.875”; Sheet: 15.25” x 17.875”; Frame: 18.875” x 21” Literature:

C O R D E S, CH R I STOP H ER ,

B R UC E N AUMAN P R INTS 1 970 - 89: A C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ , N EW YOR K : C ASTELLI GR AP H IC S, 19 8 9, # 5 9.

$3,000-5,000

9 RICHARD PRINCE REALLY THERE’S NO DESSERT (MATCHBOOK SERIES) 1974 Etching and aquatint on paper #2 of 50 Signed and dated with edition in pencil beneath image Image: 8.75” x 11.5”; Sheet (vis.): 9.375” x 12”; Frame: 19.25” x 22” $5,000-6,000

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10 THERMAN STATOM UNTITLED 2012 Plate glass with glass elements Signed and dated “Thermon Statom 2012 June” 14.625” x 6” x 4” $2,500-3,500


11 PETER SHIRE SAKE POTS (3) Studio, executed c. 1983 Painted and glazed ceramic Two signed and dated Largest: 6.625” x 8.5” x 1.625”; Other: 6.5” x 7” x 2.375”; Smallest: 6.125” x 7.375” x 3.125” $4,000-6,000

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12 FRANK GEHRY LITTLE BEAVER CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Vitra, designed 1980; this example produced later Chair: 32” x 40” x 33”; Ottoman: 18” x 24” x 19” $5,000-7,000


13 CHARLES & RAY EAMES DINING CHAIR Model no. DCW Evans Products Co., designed 1945-46, this example executed c. 1946 Retains “Molded Plywood Division Evans Products Company” decal 28.75” x 19.25” x 20.5” Literature:

NEU H A RT, JOH N & MA R I LYN ,

EAM ES D ESI GN: TH E WORK OF THE OF F I C E O F CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, NE W YOR K : ABRAMS, 1989, P 58.

$1,000-1,500

14 CHARLES & RAY EAMES SOFA COMPACT Model no. 473 Herman Miller, designed 1954 With fabric designed by Alexander Girard 36” x 72” x 29.5” Literature:

NEU H A RT, JOH N & MA R I LYN ,

EAM ES D ESI GN: TH E WORK OF THE OF F I C E O F CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, NE W YOR K : ABRAMS, 1989, P 191.

$2,500-3,500

15 GEORGE NELSON DINING CHAIRS (4) Herman Miller, designed 1948 Each: 31” x 21” x 17” Literature:

NEL SON, GEORGE, HE R M A N

MIL L ER CATA LOGU E, ZEEL A ND: HE R M A N MIL L ER , 1 949, P 44.

$1,500-2,000


16 AMERICAN MODERN FIREPLACE TOOL SET

17 GEORGE NELSON SPIKE CLOCK

Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1950 36” x 7” diameter

Model no. 2202-D Howard Miller Clock Company, designed 1952 Stamped “Howard Miller Clock Co., Zeeland, MI” with model number 18.5” diameter

$800-1,200

Literature:

E IS E N B R AND, JOC H EN,

GEO R GE N E L S O N : AR CH I TECT, WR I TER , DES IGN E R , TE AC H E R , W EI L AM R H EI N: VI TR A D E S IGN MUS E UM, 2 0 08, P 287.

$400-600

18 GEORGE NELSON CHEST WITH VANITY AND STOOL (2) Model nos. 4600 & 4661 Herman Miller, designed 1948 Vanity/cabinet (as illustrated): 29.75” x 98” x 20”; Stool: 16.5” x 22” x 15.5” Literature:

N E L S O N , G EOR G E, H ER M AN

MIL L E R C O L L EC TIO N, ZEEL AND: H ER M AN MIL L E R , 19 49, P P 12 , 31 .

$3,000-4,000

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19 CHARLES & RAY EAMES FOLDING SCREEN Model no. FSW-6 Herman Miller, designed 1946 Each panel: 68” x 9.5” Literature:

TH E H ERMA N MI LLER C OL-

LECT IO N, MA NU FACTU RER’S CATA LOG U E , 1 952 , P 1 08; NEU H A RT, JOH N & M A R I LYN , EAM ES D ESI GN: TH E WORK OF THE OF F I C E O F CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, NE W YOR K : ABRAMS, 1989, P 7 9.

$3,000-5,000


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

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

C ATALO GUE, 19 6 3 , P 11 ; NEU H ART, JOH N & MAR ILY N , E AME S D E SI G N: TH E WOR K OF TH E O F F IC E O F C H AR L E S A ND R AY EAM ES, NEW YO R K : AB R AMS, 19 8 9, P 1 51 .

$300-500

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21 ALEXANDER GIRARD LA FONDA TABLE Herman Miller, designed c. 1961 17” x 18” x 18” $1,000-2,000

22 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Model nos. 670 (chair), 671 (ottoman) Herman Miller, designed 1956, this example executed before 1990 Each retains Herman Miller tag Chair: 31” x 33.5” x 36”; Ottoman: 16.25” x 25.25” x 21” Literature:

N E UH ART, JOH N & M AR I LYN,

E AME S D E S IGN : TH E WOR K OF TH E OFFI CE O F C H AR L E S AN D R AY EAM ES, NEW YOR K : AB R AMS, 19 8 9, P 2 0 7.

$3,000-5,000


23 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Model nos. 670 (chair), 671 (ottoman) Herman Miller, designed 1956, this example executed before 1980 Chair retains Herman Miller metal tag Chair: 31” x 33.5” x 36”; Ottoman: 16.25” x 25.25” x 21” Literature:

NEU H A RT, JOH N & M A R I LYN ,

EAM ES D ESIGN: TH E WORK OF THE OF F I C E O F CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, NE W YOR K : ABRAMS, 1989, P 20 7.

$3,500-4,500

24 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Model nos. 670 (chair), 671 (ottoman) Herman Miller, designed 1956, this example executed before 1990 and manufactured in Canada or Europe Ottoman retains tag “Herman Miller Collection/Designer Charles Eames” Chair: 31” x 33.5” x 36”; Ottoman: 16.25” x 25.25” x 21” Literature:

NEU H A RT, JOH N & M A R I LYN ,

EAM ES D ESIGN: TH E WORK OF THE OF F I C E O F CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, NE W YOR K : ABRAMS, 1989, P 20 7.

$2,500-3,500

25 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Model nos. 670 (chair), 671 (ottoman) Herman Miller, designed 1956, this example executed before 1990 Chair retains Herman Miller upholstery tag Chair: 31” x 33.5” x 36”; Ottoman: 16.25” x 25.25” x 21” Literature:

NEU H A RT, JOH N & M A R I LYN ,

EAM ES D ESIGN: TH E WORK OF THE OF F I C E O F CHARLES A ND RAY EA MES, NE W YOR K : ABRAMS, 1989, P 20 7.

$2,000-3,000


26 JUN KANEKO SAKE CUPS (5) Studio, executed c. 1980s Painted and glazed ceramic Largest example: 5.125” x 3.5” diameter; Smallest example: 4” x 3.5” diameter $1,000-1,500

27 SHIRO IKEGAWA SUSHI SET (7) Studio, executed c. 1976 Stoneware Comprised of a platter, sake cup, narrow vessel, tea cup, small plate, and chopsticks rest Platter: 1.75” x 12.75” x 11.25”; Sake cup: 5” x 3” diameter Exhibited:

“ S US H I E VENT, ” FI NE ARTS

GAL L E RY, UN IV E R S IT Y OF CALI FOR NI A , IRV IN E , MAY 2 2 , 19 76

$3,000-5,000

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28 LA GARDO TACKETT PLANTERS (4) Architectural Pottery, designed c. 1958 Bisque ceramic Left to right: 8" x 21" diameter; 10.5" x 21" diameter; 17.75" x 15.5" diameter; 20.25" x 10.75" diameter $2,500-3,500

29 DAVID CRESSEY PLANTERS (5) Architectural Pottery, designed c. 1960 Glazed ceramic Two with “Flame Glaze” Two: 15.25” x 16.25” diameter; 9” x 21” diameter; 8” x 8” diameter; 6.5” x 11” diameter $2,000-3,000

30 DAVID CRESSEY PLANTERS (2) Architectural Pottery, designed c. 1970 Glazed stoneware Each: 20” x 12” diameter Provenance:

RI TA A ND MAX L AWR E N C E ,

BEL AIR ; TH ENCE BY DESCENT

$1,500-2,000


31 LA GARDO TACKETT PITCHER Studio, designed c. 1950 11” x 8” x 6” Provenance:

R ITA AND M AX L AWR ENCE,

B E L AIR ; TH E N C E BY DESCENT

$800-1,200

SIGNATURE AND DATE DETAIL

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32 LEONARD EDMONDSON VASE Studio, executed 1995 Painted and glazed ceramic Signed and dated 11.625” x 7” diameter Provenance:

TH E E STATE OF EU DOR AH

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , CALI FOR NI A

$1,500-2,000

33 STAN BITTERS THUMB POTS (2) Hans Sumpf, executed c. 1995 Each marked “HSCL/B18” Each: 16” x 18” diameter $1,500-2,000


34 EVELYN ACKERMAN PLATTER ERA Industries, executed c. 1960 Signed verso 2” x 14.5” x 11” Provenance:

RI TA A ND MAX L AWR E N C E ,

BEL AIR ; TH ENCE BY DESCENT

$1,500-2,000

SIGNATURE DETAIL

35 LUCIE RIE CREAMER Studio, executed c. 1980 Glazed ceramic Retains artist's cipher 2.5” x 2.5” diameter $2,000-3,000


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36 EVELYN ACKERMAN WALL HANGINGS (3) Style #764 ERA Industries, designed c. 1963 Two with woven initials “EA” lower left; other example with woven initials “EA” lower right; retains ERA Industries label verso Pair: 36” x 23.75”; Other: 22” x 42” $1,500-2,000


37 JOHN ALTOON UNTITLED (SUNSET SERIES) 1964 Ink, pastel, and airbrush on illustration board Signed and dated lower center; retains David Stuart Galleries label verso Board: 59.5” x 39.5”; Frame: 61.25” x 41.25” Provenance:

DAVI D STUA RT GA L L E R I E S,

LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A ; PET ER KAH N, LOS A NGELES, CA LI FOR N I A ( ACQUIRED DI RECTLY FROM TH E A B OVE ); PRIVAT E COLLECTION, LOS A NGEL E S, C A L IFO RNIA ( ACQ U IRED DIRECTLY FRO M T HE ABOV E ESTATE, 20 14 )

$12,000-15,000


JOHN ALTOON Before his untimely death at the age of 43, John Altoon (1925-1969) developed a post-modern style that was only outsized by his magnetic personality. Altoon’s drawings and paintings depict Surrealist and Abstract Expressionist renderings of playful, erotic, and bizarre subjects. After attending the Otis Art Institute, the Art Center College of Design, and Chouinard Art Institute, Altoon’s steady hand earned him stable income in commercial illustration. In the late 50s, his success coincided with the rise of Ferus Gallery on La Cienega where he exhibited his work along with Billy Al Bengston, Larry Bell, Ed Kienholz, and Robert Irwin. Director of the gallery, Irving Blum, once said, “If the gallery was closest in spirit to a single person, that person was John Altoon – dearly loved, defiant, romantic, highly ambitious – and slightly mad.” As seen in Untitled from 1961 and Untitled (Sunset Series) from 1964, Altoon’s work is idiosyncratic in figurative abstraction, rife with oddball biomorphic forms, and frenetic in approach, yet in color, imagery, and attitude, representative of this highly influential period in Los Angeles art. “He was a complete natural,” recalls Billy Al Bengston. “He was the most brilliant, off-the-top guy. It probably killed him to have to think because he’d just come up with things and he’d do it. There was no challenge.” Similar examples to these works from the 50s and 60s will be exhibited in “John Altoon” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the first major retrospective devoted to the now legendary Los Angeles artist. “John Altoon.” The Collection. Laguna Art Museum, 2014. Web. 4 Apr. 2014. “Irving Blum and Billy Al Bengston speak about the work of John Altoon.” Pacific Standard Time. The Getty Center, 2010-11. Web. 4 Apr. 2014.

38 JOHN ALTOON UNTITLED 1961 Pastel, gouache, and acrylic on illustration board Signed and dated in pencil lower right Board: 30” x 40”; `Frame: 30.75” x 40.75” Provenance:

DAV ID STUART G ALLER I ES,

LO S AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R NI A; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, LOS ANG ELES, C ALIFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR E D D I R EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OV E , 19 6 9)

$3,000-5,000

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39 JOHN ALTOON TWO FIGURES AND DOVE c. 1957 Oil on board Retains Sullivan Goss Gallery label verso Together with exhibition catalogue Board (vis.): 35.5” x 25”; Frame: 37” x 26.625” Exhibited:

“ 1957, ” SU LLI VA N GOSS G A L-

LERY, SANTA BA RBA RA , OCTOBER 1 3 - N O V EMBER 25, 20 0 7

Illustrated:

1957, EXH I BI TION CATA LOG U E ,

SANTA BAR BA RA : SU LLIVA N GOSS G A L L E RY, 2 007, NP.

$5,000-7,000


40 JOHN ALTOON UNTITLED c. 1957 Ink and watercolor on illustration board Signed in ink lower right Board (vis.): 19.5” x 29.25”; Frame: 28” x 38” Provenance:

R E X J O H N I RVI NE, LOS AN-

GE L E S, C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q U I R ED DI R EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTIST, C 1 957 ) ; TH ENC E BY DESCENT

$5,000-7,000

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41 JOHN ALTOON UNTITLED 1965 Ink, watercolor, and airbrush on illustration board Signed and dated in ink lower right sheet Board (vis.): 29.625” x 39.5”; Frame: 30.25” x 40.25” Provenance:

N IC H O L AS WI LDER G AL-

L E RY, LO S AN GE L E S, C ALI FOR NI A; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , LO S AN G ELES, CALI FOR NI A ( AC Q UIR E D D IR EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OVE) ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, LOS ANG ELES, C ALIFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR E D D I R EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OV E , C 2 0 05 )

$5,000-7,000


42 DAVID GILLESPIE AND BILLY JOE MCCARROLL DOOR Forms + Surfaces, designed c. 1970 Cast bronze over wood 86” x 36” x 3.5” Literature:

CA LIFORNI A DESI GN E L E VE N,

EXHIBIT ION CATA LOGU E, PASA DE N A : PASAD EN A A RT MU SEU M, 1971, P 6 7 FOR A S IMIL AR EXA MPLE.

$5,000-7,000


43 GRETA MAGNUSSON GROSSMAN COBRA FLOOR LAMP Ralph O. Smith, designed 1948-49 Adjustable: 61.25” x 11” x 11” Literature:

WÆR N , KAR I NG , G R ETA

MAGN USS O N GR O SS M AN: A C AR AND SOM E S H O RTS, STO C K H O L M: AR K I TEK TU R M U S E E T, 2 0 10, P 3 2 .

$4,000-6,000

44 MILO BAUGHMAN END TABLES (2) Glenn of California, designed c. 1950 Each: 21” x 32” x 23” $1,500-2,000

45 GRETA MAGNUSSON GROSSMAN RARE OCCASIONAL TABLE Model no. 6401 Glenn of California, designed 1952 14” x 59.5” x 35.25” Literature:

H E N N E SS EY, WI LLI AM J, M OD -

E R N F UR N IS H IN GS FO R TH E H OM E, NEW YO R K : R E IN H O L D P UB LI SH I NG C OR P OR ATIO N , 195 6 , P 118 .

$10,000-15,000

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46 DAN JOHNSON DESK Hayden Hall, designed 1947 29.75” x 53.125” x 25” Another example of this desk was exhibited at the "California Design 19401965, Living in a Modern Way" traveling exhibition. Literature:

KA PL A N, WENDY, CAL I FOR N I A

D ES IG N 1 930 -1965, LIVING I N A M ODE R N WAY, EXHIBITION CATA LOGU E, CA M B R I DG E : MIT PRESS, 20 11, # 139.

$3,000-5,000

47 DAN JOHNSON CHAIRS (2) Studio, designed c. 1950s Each: 27” x 28.25” x 30” $3,000-5,000


48 HENDRIK VAN KEPPEL & TAYLOR GREEN DINING TABLE AND SIDE CHAIRS (5) Model nos. 902 and 805 VKG, designed c. 1955 Table: 27” x 48” diameter; Chairs each: 32” x 23” x 18.5” Literature:

VAN K E PP EL- G R EEN: M ODER N

F UR N ITUR E, B R O C H U R E, ND.

$3,000-5,000

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49 PAUL TUTTLE APOLLO LOUNGE CHAIR Strässle International, designed 1969 33” x 32” x 31” Literature:

BERNS, MA RL A C, PAU L

T UT T L E D ESIGNS, SA NTA BA RBA R A : U N IV ERS IT Y A RT MU SEU M, 20 03, # 1/ 37.

$3,000-5,000


50 PAUL TUTTLE COFFEE TABLE Produced by Bud Tullis and Spike Pollorena, Moble Welding, designed 1994 Stamped “9413” and with artist's cipher 17” x 48” x 24” Illustrated:

B E R N S, MAR L A C , PAUL

TUT TL E D E S IGN S, SA NTA BAR B AR A: U NIV E R S IT Y ART MUS E UM, 2003, #1 /84 .

$4,000-6,000

51 PAUL TUTTLE DOUBLE CONE TUB CHAIRS (2) Possibly produced by Stanley Reifel, designed 1965 Retains artist's cipher Each: 26” x 22.5” x 22” Literature:

B E R N S, MAR L A C, PAUL

TUT TL E D E S IGN S, SA NTA BAR B AR A: U NIV E R S IT Y ART MUS E UM, 2003, #2/1 1 FOR A S IMIL AR E XAMP L E .

$3,000-5,000

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52 HERMAN SACHS PRESENTATION FOR CITY HALL c. 1926 Gouache and pencil on paper board Inscribed on mat lower center “John C Austin Albert C. Martin John Parkinson, Associate Architects - Sketch for Decoration of the Los Angeles City Hall Twenty Fifth Floor Hall - Herman Sachs” Image/sheet: 43.75” x 39.625”; Frame: 45.25” x 46.5” John C. Austin, John and Donald Parkinson, and Albert C. Martin were the architects who worked on Los Angeles City Hall (constructed 1926-1928). Herman Sachs, Austin Whittlesey, and Anthony Heinsbergen were included in the project to provide the interior decorations of the floors, walls, and ceilings.

53 HERMAN SACHS PRESENTATION FOR FORREST LAWN TERRACE MAUSOLEUM

P 2 60, #11.

c. 1930 Gouache and pencil on two paper board panels Inscribed on mat lower center “Sketch for Decorative Treatment of Memorial Terrace Mausoleum - Room - 50 - Forrest Lawn Cemetery Company by Herman Sachs” Image: 63.375” x 14.25”; Sheet: 68.125” x 20.5”; Frame: 76.25” x 30.375”

$5,000-7,000

$5,000-7,000

Literature:

GEBH A RD, DAVI D, A N A R C HI-

T ECT URAL GU I DEBOOK TO LOS A N G E L E S,


CHARLES WHITE Originally from Chicago, Charles White (1918-1979) was a mural painter and educator who settled in Los Angeles in the late 1950s. At the age of seven, White’s mother bought him an oil painting set, and from there, White devoted all of his free time to art. “Art became the most important thing in my life,” said White. By the age of 14 he was hired as a sign painter, which earned him money to pay for his membership in the Arts and Crafts Guild. The group of young black artists collected enough money for a member to take one art lesson at the Chicago Art Institute so he could return to teach the rest of the group what he had learned. White's single lesson was highly influential to the young artist, and a few years later his hard work and technical prowess earned him a scholarship to the art school in 1937, and three years later an invitation to work for the Works Progress Administration (WPA) Federal Arts Project. Through this opportunity, White celebrated the black heroes of the United States in numerous murals, including one of his most famous, Five Great American Negroes (1945) at Howard University where he was artist in residence. After a life-changing sojourn in rural Mexico, White and his family fled the stifling city life in New York for Altadena, California in 1957. Beginning in 1965, he taught at the Otis Art Institute where he devoted the later years of his life to education, though he found time to paint murals. He established a studio in the now historic Castle Green in Pasadena, an open air room separated from the main building that provided White the cross ventilation and natural light necessary to complete his final mural, Mary McLeod Bethune (1978), still hanging at the Exposition Park Branch of the L.A. Public Library. This preliminary sketch was completed in preparation for the mural, a tribute to Mary Bethune, one of the most influential African American educators of the 20th century. The sketch and mural both depict Bethune surrounded by a father strumming a guitar, a mother, and a child reading. White labored for nine months to complete the five by seven mural, and having only been paid a modest 3,000 dollars, it is a testament to his lifelong dedication to learning. “Mary McLeod Bethune.” Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles. Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, 2014. Web. 4 Apr. 2014. White, Charles Wilbert. Interview by Betty Lochrie Hoag. Archives of American Art. Smithsonian Institution, 1965. Web. 4 Apr. 2014.

54 CHARLES WHITE UNTITLED (STUDY FOR MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE MURAL) 1976 Graphite on Vellum paper Signed and dated lower right; inscribed lower left “Concept mural sketch for Mary McLeod Bethune Branch Library of Los Angeles/Scale 2 Inch One FT (10 by 15 feet)” LAMA would like to thank the Estate of Charles White for their assistance in cataloguing this work Image: 19.75” x 29.875”; Sheet: 21.5” x 30.125”; Smaller sheet at bottom: 2.875” x 30.125”; Frame: 22.625” x 32.75” $10,000-15,000

SIGNATURE DETAIL

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55 SAM FRANCIS AN OTHER SET - X (FROM THE PASADENA BOX) 1963 3-color lithograph on Shirakawa rice paper mounted on a silk scroll #8 of 100 Published by the Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena; printed by Joseph Zirker, Joseph Press, Los Angeles Signed with edition in pencil lower center sheet Image/sheet (overall): 31 x 18”; Silk scroll: 52” x 19”; Frame: 56.75” x 24.25” Literature:

LEMBA RK , CONNIE, THE

PRIN TS O F SA M FRA NCIS: A CATALOG U E RAIS O N NÉ 1960 -1990, VOL I, NEW YOR K : HUD S O N H ILL S PRESS, 1992, # L6 5.

$5,000-7,000

56 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED 1992 3-color lithograph on Rives BFK paper Unnumbered Artist’s Proof of 64 aside from the edition of 50 Published by Editions Daniel Papierski, Paris; printed by Gardner Litho, Buena Park Signed in pencil lower right; inscribed “AP” lower left LAMA would like to thank the Sam Francis Foundation for their assistance in cataloguing this work Image/sheet: 30” x 22”; Frame: 45.125” x 37.125” $2,000-3,000


57 SAM FRANCIS DAMP 1969 4-color lithograph on Rives BFK paper Unnumbered B.A.T. #1 of 1 aside from the edition of 20 Published by Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Albuquerque; printed by Daniel Socha, Albuquerque Signed in pencil lower left; inscribed “B.A.T.” lower left; Tamarind blind stamps lower left Image/sheet: 26” x 37” Provenance:

DAN IE L SOC H A , ALBU Q U ER-

Q UE , N E W ME X IC O

Literature:

L E MB AR K , CONNI E, TH E

P R IN TS O F SAM F R ANC I S: A CATALOG U E R AIS O N NÉ 19 6 0 -19 9 0, VOL I , NEW YOR K : H UD S O N H IL L S P R E SS, 1 992, #L1 04 .

$1,500-2,000

58 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED 1992 Color lithograph on Rives BFK paper Unnumbered Artist’s Proof of 64 aside from the edition of 50 Published by Editions Daniel Papierski, Paris; printed by Gardner Litho, Buena Park Signed in pencil and inscribed “AP” LAMA would like to thank the Sam Francis Foundation for their assistance in cataloguing this work Image/sheet: 30” x 22” Provenance:

GAR D NER LI TH O, BU ENA

PAR K , C AL IFO R N IA

$2,000-3,000

59 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED 1992 Color lithograph on Rives BFK paper Unnumbered Artist’s Proof of 64 aside from the edition of 50 Published by Editions Daniel Papierski, Paris; printed by Gardner Litho, Buena Park Signed in pencil and inscribed “AP” LAMA would like to thank the Sam Francis Foundation for their assistance in cataloguing this work Image/sheet: 30” x 22” Provenance:

GAR D NER LI TH O, BU ENA

PAR K , C AL IFO R N IA

$2,000-3,000

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60 EMERSON WOELFFER SIDONIUS APOLLINARIS 1979 Collage and acrylic Signed and dated in pencil lower left “Woelffer 4-11-79” Image/sheet: 58.5” x 38.25”; Frame: 62.625” x 42.75” Exhibited:

“ EMERSON WOELFFER : A SOLO

FLIG HT,” REDCAT, LOS A NGELES, N OVE MBER 1 6 - D ECEMBER 28, 20 03

Literature:

EMERSON WOELFFER : A SOLO

FLIG HT, EXH IBI TION CATA LOGU E, VA L E N C I A : CAL IFO RNIA INSTITU TE OF TH E ARTS, 2 003, P 5 9, #3 9.

$5,000-7,000


61 EMERSON WOELFFER 50 FINGERS 1968 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated with title verso; retains Manny Silverman Gallery label verso Canvas: 50” x 38”; Frame: 51.25” x 39.25” Exhibited:

“ E ME R S O N WOELFFER : A SOLO

F L IGH T, ” R E D C AT, LO S ANG ELES, NOVEMB E R 16 -D EC E MB E R 2 8 , 2003

Literature:

E ME R S O N WOELFFER : A SOLO

F L IGH T, E X H IB ITIO N CATALOG U E, VALENC I A: C AL IFO R N IA IN STITUT E OF TH E ARTS, 2003, P 5 9, # 3 9.

$5,000-7,000

62 EMERSON WOELFFER FORIO D’ISCHIA NAPOLI ITALIO 1959 Oil on paper mounted to Masonite Signed and dated in pencil lower left; signed and dated with title verso; inscribed “#23” verso Image/Masonite (vis.): 26.75” x 20.25”; Frame: 31.625” x 25” $6,000-9,000

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63 HANS WEGNER DESK AND ORGANIZER Johannes Hansen, designed 1954 Organizer branded “Johannes Hansen/ Copenhagen/Denmark” Desk: 28.25” x 76.5” x 35”; Organizer: 9” x 24” x 10.5” Literature:

MØLLER , H ENRIK ST E E N , HA N S

J WEG N ER , COPENH AGEN: DA NSK MØ BELKUNST, 20 0 7, PP 46 - 4 7 FOR T HE DE SK .

$7,000-9,000

64 HANS WEGNER CABINET Johannes Hansen, designed 1961 Branded “Johannes Hansen/ Copenhagen/Denmark” 22.25” x 30” x 17.5” $2,500-3,500


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65 HANS WEGNER EXECUTIVE SWIVEL CHAIR Model no. JH 502 Johannes Hansen, designed 1955 Retains medallion “Johannes Hansen/ Cabinet Maker/Design by H.J. Wegner/ Copehnagen/Denmark” 28.5” x 29” x 25” Literature: DETAIL OF BACKREST

STE E N MØLLER , H ENR I K , H ANS

W EGN E R F UR N ITUR E CATALOG U E, C 1 980, P 24.

$8,000-12,000


66 HANS WEGNER PAPA CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed 1951-53 Each retains “Danish Control” tag Chair: 38.5” x 36” x 36”; Ottoman: 15.5” x 27.25” x 16” Literature:

ODA , NORI TSU GU, H A N S J

WEG N ER’S 10 0 CH A IRS, JA PA N: C OR ON A BO O KS, 2 00 2, P 68 FOR TH E OT TOM A N .

$7,000-9,000

67 HANS WEGNER PAPA CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed 1951-53 Chair: 38.5” x 36” x 36”; Ottoman: 15.5” x 27.25” x 16” Literature:

ODA , NORI TSU GU, H A N S J

WEG N ER’S 10 0 CH A IRS, JA PA N: C OR ON A BO O KS, 2 00 2, P 68 FOR TH E OT TOM A N .

$6,000-8,000


68 ARNE JACOBSEN SWAN CHAIR Model no. 3320 Fritz Hansen, designed 1958 Retains manufacturer’s sticker 29.5” x 29” x 29” Literature:

F R ITZ H ANSEN-FU R NI TU R E

C ATALO G, C O P E N H AG EN: DET B ER LI NG SK E B O GTRY K K E R I, 19 6 3 , P 70.

$1,000-1,500

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69 ARNE JACOBSEN SWAN CHAIR Model no. 3320 Fritz Hansen, designed 1958 Retains manufacturer’s sticker 29.5” x 29” x 29” Literature:

F R ITZ H ANSEN-FU R NI TU R E

C ATALO G, C O P E N H AG EN: DET B ER LI NG SK E B O GTRY K K E R I, 19 6 3 , P 70.

$1,500-1,800

70 DANISH MODERN TABLE Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1960 16.5” x 65” x 24” $2,000-3,000


71 HANS WEGNER SIDE TABLES (2) Andreas Tuck, designed 1945 Each: 19” x 28.25” diameter $3,000-5,000

72 HANS WEGNER BUCK ARMCHAIR Johannes Hansen, designed 1951 Chair branded “Johannes Hansen/ Copenhagen Denmark”; Coffee table branded “Designer Torben Strandgaa.... /Made in Denmark/K Knudsen & Son” Together with coffee table by Torben Strandgaard Chair: 30” x 28.5” x 26.5”; Table: 19.5” x 63” x 24” Literature:

ODA , NORITSU GU, H A N S J

WEG N ER’S 10 0 CH A IRS, JA PA N: C OR ON A BO O KS, 2 00 2, P 57 FOR TH E CH A I R .

$2,000-3,000


73 HANS WEGNER PEACOCK CHAIR

74 HANS WEGNER VALET OR BACHELOR’S CHAIR

75 HANS WEGNER SLAT BENCH

Model no. JH 550 Johannes Hansen, designed 1947 Retains branded mark “Johannes Hansen Copenhagen Denmark” 43.5” x 30” x 20”

Model no. JH-540 Johannes Hansen, designed 1953 Retains branded mark “Johannes Hansen/Copenhagen/Denmark” 37.5” x 20.5” x 20”

Model no. JH 589 Johannes Hansen, designed 1953 Retains branded mark “Johannes Hansen/Copenhagen/Denmark” 12” x 62.75” x 17”

Literature:

Literature:

Literature:

ODA , N OR I TSU GU, H AN S J

O DA , N O R ITS UGU, DAN IS H

O DA , N O R I TSU G U, H ANS J

WEG N E R ’S 1 00 C HA I R S, JAPAN : C O R O N A

C H AIR S, SAN F R AN C IS C O : C H R O N IC L E

W EGN E R ’S 10 0 C H AIR S, JAPAN: COR ONA

B OOKS, 2 002 , P 32 .

B O O KS, 19 9 9, P P 116 -117.

B O O KS, 2 0 0 2 , P 6 7.

$2,000-3,000

$6,000-8,000

$2,500-3,500

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76 POUL CADOVIUS SYSTEM CADO WALL UNIT Cado, designed 1962 Many additional elements not illustrated: Three wall panels, end panel, shelving unit, and ten shelves As illustrated: 109” x 158” x 19”; Additional wall panels (3) each: 109” x 31.75”; End panel: 109” x 21”; Shelving unit: 17” x 31.5” x 15”; Shelves (10): 11.75” x 31.5” $8,000-10,000


77 ARNE VODDER CABINET Sibast, designed c. 1960 30.5” x 72” x 19.5” $1,000-1,500

78 SVEND A . MADSEN DESK Sigurd Hansen Møbelfabrik, designed c. 1955 Branded manufacturer's marks 30” x 58.5” x 29” $1,000-1,500

79 DANISH MODERN HIGHBACK CHAIR AND OTTOMAN (2) Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1960 Chair: 36” x 31.5” x 29; Ottoman: 14” x 22” x 14.5” $3,000-5,000

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80 GRETE JALK BENCH Glostrup Møbelfabrik, designed c. 1960 20” x 63” x 22.25” $1,500-2,000

81 DANISH MODERN SOFA Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1960 30” x 81” x 32” $2,000-3,000

82 VILHELM WOHLERT BARSTOOLS (2) Model no. OS-14 Odense, designed c. 1960 Each branded “Made in Denmark/ Stolefabriken/Odense-Denmark” Each: 38” x 16” x 14” Literature:

SVEND WOH LERT I NC C ATA-

LO G UE, AU GU ST 1965, P 21.

$1,500-2,000


ALTERNATE POSITION

83 BØRGE MOGENSEN TREMMESOFA (SPOKE-BACK SOFA) Model no. 1789 Fritz Hansen, designed 1945 Retains tag “Fritz Hansen/Made in Denmark” 34” x 64” x 28” Literature:

F R ITZ H A NSEN-FU R NI TU R E

C ATALO G, C O P E N H AG EN: DET B ER LI NG SK E B O GTRY K K E R I, 19 6 3 , P 70.

$4,000-6,000

84 POUL HUNDEVAD GOLD HILL FOLDING STOOLS (2) Possibly Vamdrup, designed c. 1948 Each: 13.5” x 19” x 16.25” $4,000-6,000

85 DANISH MODERN NESTING TABLES (3) Illums Bolighus, designed c. 1960 Smallest table retains tag “Illums Bolighus/København” and with insignia in ceramic Largest: 20” x 21” x 13” $1,000-1,500

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86 CHARLES ADDAMS GRAVEYARD c. 1977 Ink wash on paper Signed in ink lower right sheet Together with book Sheet (vis.): 16.625” x 26.5”; Frame: 20.25” x 30” Illustrated:

BEA RD, PETER , TH E E N D OF T HE

G AME, NEW YORK: DOU BLEDAY, 19 7 7, N P.

$6,000-9,000


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87 SAUL STEINBERG GINGERBREAD HOUSE c. 1946 Ink and watercolor on paper Signed lower left “Steinberg” LAMA would like to thank the Saul Steinberg Foundation for their assistance in cataloguing this work Image/sheet (vis.): 17.75” x 12.25”; Frame: 24” x 18.375” Provenance:

WAY N E PAR KS, LOS ANG E-

L E S, C AL IFO R N IA (GIF TED DI R ECTLY BY TH E ARTIST ) ; P R IVAT E COLLECTI ON, LOS AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R N I A; P R I VATE C OLLECTIO N , LO S AN GE L E S, C ALI FOR NI A

Illustrated:

H O US E & G AR DEN M AG AZI NE,

MAY 19 46 , P 8 1.

$10,000-15,000


88 PABLO PICASSO SMALL OWL JUG 1955 Turned pitcher of white earthenware clay, decoration in oxides, and engraved by knife on white enamel From the edition of 500 Madoura Stamped “Edition Picasso”; retains faint “Madoura Plein Feu” stamp; inscribed “Edition Picasso Madoura” Ramié 293 9.875” x 7” x 5” Literature:

RA MI É, A L A IN, PA BLO P I C AS -

89 PABLO PICASSO VISAGE NO. 192 1963 Plate of white earthenware clay, decoration in engobes, and enamel under glaze #142 of 150 Madoura Inscribed “No. 192/Edition Picasso/142/150/Madoura” verso Ramié 492 10” diameter Literature:

R A M IÉ , AL AIN , PAB LO P IC AS -

S O : CATALOGU E OF TH E EDI TED C E R A M I C

SO: C ATA LOG U E O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AMIC

WO RKS 1 9 4 7-1971, MA DOU RA : GA LE R I E

WOR KS 1 9 4 7- 1 9 7 1, MAD O UR A: GAL E R IE

MAD O URA , 1988, # 293.

M A DOU R A , 1 9 88, # 49 2 .

$5,000-8,000

$7,000-9,000

MARKINGS DETAIL


MARKINGS DETAIL

90 PABLO PICASSO VISAGE NO. 157

91 PABLO PICASSO WOOD-OWL WOMAN

1963 Plate of white earthenware clay, decoration in engobes, and enamel under glaze #103 of 150 Madoura Inscribed “N. 157/Edition Picasso/103/150/Madoura” verso Ramié 489 10” diameter

1951 Turned vase of white earthenware clay, engobe and paraffin decoration, white enamel From the edition of 500 Madoura Inscribed “Edition Picasso”; impressed “Madoura Plein Feu” and partial “D’apres/Picasso” Ramié 119 11.25” x 5.5” x 9.25”

Literature:

Literature:

R AMIÉ , AL AIN , PAB LO P IC AS -

R AMIÉ , AL AI N, PAB LO P I CAS -

S O : C ATALO GUE O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AMIC

S O : C ATALO GUE O F THE EDI TED CER AM I C

WO R KS 19 4 7-19 7 1, MAD O UR A: GAL E R IE

WO R KS 19 4 7-19 7 1, MA DOU R A: G ALER I E

MAD O UR A , 19 8 8 , # 48 9.

MAD O UR A , 19 8 8 , # 119.

$5,000-8,000

$5,000-7,000

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92 PABLO PICASSO YAN BLACK HEADBAND

93 PABLO PICASSO BUNCH WITH APPLE

1963 Turned pitcher of red earthenware clay, engobe decoration #251 of 300 Madoura Inscribed “Edition Picasso,” “251/300” and “Madoura/v103”; impressed with “Madoura Plein Feu” and “Edition Picasso” Ramié 514 10.375” x 5” x 6”

1956 Plate of white earthenware clay, decoration accentuated with oxidized paraffin, oxides under glaze From the edition of 400 Madoura Stamped “Madoura Plein Feu” and “Empreinte Originale de Picasso” Ramié 307 9.875” diameter

Literature:

SO: C ATA LOG U E O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AMIC

RA MIÉ, A L A IN, PA BLO P I C AS -

Literature:

R A M IÉ , AL AIN , PAB LO P IC AS -

S O : CATALOGU E OF TH E EDI TED CE R A M I C

WOR KS 1 9 4 7- 1 9 7 1, MAD O UR A: GAL E R IE

WO RKS 1 9 4 7-1971, MA DOU RA : GA LE R I E

M A DOU R A , 1 9 88, # 3 0 7.

MAD O URA , 1988, # 514.

$2,500-4,500

$4,000-6,000


94 PABLO PICASSO DANCERS

95 PABLO PICASSO DIVERS AND BEACH SCENE (2)

1956 Small convex wall plaque of white earthenware clay, engraving accentuated with oxidized paraffin, glaze bath From the edition of 100 Madoura Stamped “Madoura Plein Feu” and “Empreinte Originale de Picasso” verso Ramié 387 7.375” diameter

1956 Each a convex wall plaque of white earthenware clay, engraving accentuated with oxidized paraffin, glaze bath From the edition of 500 and 450 Madoura Divers: Impressed with “Madoura Plein Feu” and “Empreinte/Originale de/ Picasso” verso; Beach scene: Impressed “Empreinte/Originale de/Picasso” and “Madoura Plein Feu” verso Ramié 376 (Divers) and 389 (Beach Scene) Divers: 7.375” x 7.5”; Beach Scene: 9.75” x 9.625”

Literature:

R AMIÉ , AL AIN , PAB LO P IC AS -

S O : C ATALO GUE O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AMIC WO R KS 19 4 7-19 7 1, MAD O UR A: GAL E R IE MAD O UR A , 19 8 8 , # 3 8 7.

$3,000-5,000

Literature:

R AMIÉ , AL AI N, PAB LO P I CAS -

S O : C ATALO GUE O F THE EDI TED CER AM I C WO R KS 19 4 7-19 7 1, MA DOU R A: G ALER I E MAD O UR A , 19 8 8 , # 3 76 , #389.

$3,000-5,000

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96 PABLO PICASSO L’ATELIER 1927 Etching on paper #20 of 150 Signed in red ink with edition lower left sheet beneath image Image: 13.75” x 15.5”; Sheet (vis.): 15.25” x 16.25”; Frame: 22.5” x 23.75” Literature:

BLOCH , GEORGES, P I C ASSO:

CATALO G U E OF TH E PRI NTED GRA P HI C WO RK , 1 9 0 4 -1967, BERNE: EDITION S KOR NFEL D & KLI PSTEIN, 1968, P 40, # 80.

$5,000-7,000

97 PABLO PICASSO LES TROIS AMIES 1927 Etching on paper #37 of 150 Signed in red ink lower right; edition lower left; printed signature in reverse lower left Image: 16.5” x 11.75”; Sheet: 22” x 15” Literature:

BLOCH , GEORGES, P I C ASSO:

CATALO G U E OF TH E PRI NTED GRA P HI C WO RK , 1 9 0 4 -1967, BERNE: EDITION S KOR NFEL D & KLI PSTEIN, 1968, P 39, #76 .

$2,000-3,000


98 BERNARD BUFFET NEMOURS, LE CHÂTEAU ET LES BORDS DU LOING 1971 Hand-printed wool tapestry #5 of 200 Published by Corot, Paris Date printed in fabric upper left; signature printed in fabric upper right; retains Corot label verso with signature; edition printed on label verso 35” x 52” $3,000-5,000

99 JOAN MIRÓ BETHSABÉE 1972 Etching and aquatint on Arches paper #50 of 50 Published by Maeght Éditeur, Paris; printed by Morsang, Paris Signed in pencil lower right sheet beneath image; edition lower left sheet beneath image Image: 27” x 21”; Sheet: 36” x 24.75” Literature:

D UP IN , JAC Q UE S, MIR Ó

100 HENRI MATISSE JEUNE FEMME ET SON CHIEN 1929 Etching on china paper mounted to Arches paper #19 of 25 Signed with edition in pencil lower right margin of sheet Image: 5.5” x 8.625”; Sheet: 11” x 14.9375”; Frame: 17.25” x 21.25” Literature:

D UTH UIT-M ATI SSE, M AR G U E-

R ITE , C L AUD E D UTH U I T, AND FR ANÇOI S GAR N AUD, H E N R I MAT I SSE: CATALOG U E

E N GR AV E UR , VO L II, N E W YO R K : R IZ ZO L I,

R AIS O N NÉ D E L’O E UV R E G R AVÉ , PAR I S:

19 8 9, # 5 5 7.

C L AUD E D UTH UIT, 19 83, #1 1 9.

$2,000-3,000

$7,000-10,000

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101 ÉMILE-JACQUES RUHLMANN D’APPLIQUES LUMINAIRES (2) Ruhlmann Atelier, c. 1929 Silvered bronze and alabaster Each: 14.5” x 22.125” x 5” Provenance:

SOTH EBY 'S PA RKE B E R N E T,

MO NACO, A PRIL 19, 1982, LOT 162 ; PRIVAT E COLLECTION, U NITED STAT E S (ACQUIRED D IRECTLY FROM TH E A BOVE )

Literature:

CA MA RD, FLORENCE , R U HL-

MAN N - MASTER OF A RT DECO, PA R I S: ED IT IO N S DU REGA RD, 1983, PP 185, 2 1 8 -2 2 1 FO R S IMIL A R EXA MPLES.

$20,000-30,000


102 JOHN LEVEE NOVEMBER I 1960 Oil on canvas Signed and dated upper left; inscribed “Torn/November I 1960” verso Canvas: 37.75” x 50.75”; Frame: 39.75” x 52.75” $3,000-5,000

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103 AMERICAN MODERN CANDLESTICKS (2) Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1950 11.75” x 5.25” diameter at base $600-800


104 LEONARDO NIERMAN UNTITLED 1965 Oil on Masonite Signed and dated lower left Image/Masonite: 23.5” x 31.125”; Frame: 23.875” x 31.75” $1,500-2,000

105 RUFINO TAMAYO UNTITLED (FROM LOS SIGNOS EXISTEN PORTFOLIO) 1974 Color lithograph on Rives paper #1 of 100 Published by Edizioni d’Arte AKA, Vaduz; printed by Franco Cioppi Signed in pencil lower right with blind stamp; edition lower left Image/sheet: 27” x 19.5”; Frame: 32” x 24” Literature:

PEREDA , JUA N CA RLOS, R U -

FIN O TAM AYO: CATA LOGU E RA I SON NÉ : G RÁFICA 1 9 2 5 -1991, MEXI CO: DF FU NDAC IÓN O LG A Y RU FI NO TA MAYO, 20 0 4, # 1 58.

$3,000-5,000


106 DIEGO RIVERA UNTITLED (STUDY FOR MURAL) Graphite on paper Bears inscription “1645” verso Image/sheet (vis.): 11” x 7.75”; Frame: 18.375” x 14.125” Provenance:

MIS R ACH I G ALLERY, M EX I CO

C IT Y, ME X IC O ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, U NI TED STATES ( ACQ UIR E D D IR EC TLY F R OM TH E AB OVE)

$10,000-15,000

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107 DIEGO RIVERA UNTITLED (STUDY FOR MURAL) Graphite on paper Bears inscription “1567” verso Inscribed “carrier” upper right; signed “Diego Rivera” lower left Image/sheet (vis.): 14.5” x 10.25”; Frame: 18.5” x 14.125” Provenance:

MIS R ACH I G ALLERY, M EX I CO

C IT Y, ME X IC O ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, U NI TED STATES ( ACQ UIR E D D IR EC TLY F R OM TH E AB OVE)

$10,000-15,000


108 HANNAH WILKE UNTITLED c. 1970s Chewing gum on board in Plexiglas Signed and inscribed in pencil on board “To Al Thank you Hannah” LAMA would like to thank the Hannah Wilke Collection & Archive for their assistance in cataloguing this work 1” x 2.5” x 2.5” $3,500-4,500

109 ALBERTO GIACOMETTI NUDE WITH FLOWERS 1960 Lithograph on Rives paper #78 of 90 Published by Maeght, Paris Signed in pencil lower right; edition lower left; retains Manny Silverman Gallery label verso Image: 14.5” x 10.625”; Sheet (vis.): 23.375” x 19.25”; Frame: 26.125” x 22” Literature:

LU ST, H ERBERT C, G I AC OM-

ET T I, T HE COMPLETE GRA PH I CS A N D 1 5 D RAWIN G S, NEW YORK: TU DOR , 1 9 7 0, P 4 5 , #3 2 .

$2,000-4,000


110 GASTON LACHAISE UNTITLED c. 1935 Graphite on paper Signed in pencil lower right Image/sheet: 19” x 11.875”; Frame: 22.5” x 15.5” Provenance:

W E Y H E G ALLERY, NEW YOR K ,

N E W YO R K ; P R IVATE COLLECTI ON, U NI TED STATE S ( AC Q UIR E D D I R EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OV E ) ; TH E N C E BY D ESC ENT

$2,000-3,000

111 ROBERT BRAWLEY THE ARTIST'S MODEL SERIES: 1 1992 Oil on canvas Signed, dated, and titled verso Canvas: 12” x 16”; Frame: 21”x 25” $1,000-1,500

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112 GINO SARFATTI CHANDELIER Arteluce, designed c. 1970 6.5” x 24” diameter $3,000-5,000

113 PIERO FORNASETTI STRUMENTI MUSICALI (DOUBLE-SIDED FOUR PANEL SCREEN) c. 1950s Studio LAMA would like to thank Barnaba Fornasetti for his assistance in cataloguing this work 78.5” x 54” x 1.25” Literature:

FORNASET TI , BA RNA B A , A N D

M ARIUCCIA CASA DI O, FORNASET T I : L A BOT T EG A FA NTASTICA , VOL I I , MI L A N : M ONDAD O RI ELECTA , 20 0 9, PP 348 - 49.

$6,000-9,000

SCREEN REVERSE


114 MIRKO BASALDELLA UNTITLED 1964 Tempera on paper Signed “Mirko” lower left; inscribed “To Mrs. Be... 1964” lower left Image/sheet: 9” x 6”; Frame: 16.625” x 13” $1,000-1,500

115 ICO & LUISA PARISI CONSOLE TABLE M. Singer & Sons, designed c. 1955 Retains label “M. Singer & Sons/New York Chicago” 30” x 71” x 19.75” $7,000-9,000

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116 ETTORE SOTTSASS CHANDELIER Stilnovo, designed c. 1970 43.25” x 30” diameter $5,000-7,000

117 GIO PONTI FLATWARE (25) Arthur Krupp, designed c. 1955 Stainless steel Each stamped with manufacturer’s mark Comprised of five-piece service for five: tea spoon, spoon, dessert fork, dinner fork, dinner knife. Various dimensions Literature:

PI ETRA , U GO, GIO PON T I, N E W

YO RK: RIZ ZOLI, 1996, P 30 1.

$3,000-5,000

118 GUIDO FALESCHINI TUCROMA CHAIRS (2) Pace, designed c. 1970 Each: 32” x 20.5” x 24” $1,500-2,000


119 GINO SARFATTI TRIENNALE LAMP

120 ANGELO LELLI ARTICULATED FLOOR LAMP

121 ETTORE SOTTSASS CANDLESTICKS (2)

Arteluce, Italy, designed c. 1956 Adjustable: 70"

Arredoluce, designed c. 1955 74” x 5.75” x 5.75”

$5,000-7,000

$6,000-9,000

“Silvershade” model Swid Powell, designed 1985 Each: 12.75” x 3.75” x 3.75” Literature:

TAP E RT, AN NET TE, SWI D P OW-

E L L : O BJ EC TS BY AR C H IT EC TS, NEW YOR K : R IZ ZO L I, 19 9 0, P 8 7.

$2,000-3,000

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SIGNATURE DETAIL

122 CARLO SCARPA RARE VASES (2) Venini, designed c. 1934-36 Green sommerso glass with gold leaf inclusions Etched signature “Venini/Murano/ Made in Italy” Each: 8.5” x 4.5” x 4.5” Literature:

BA ROVI ER , MA RINO, VE N E T I A N

G L ASS BY CA RLO SCA RPA : TH E VE N I N I CO MPANY, 1932-194 7, NEW YORK: SK I R A , P P 1 2 0 - 1 4 5 FOR SIMI L A R EXA MPLES.

$12,000-15,000

123 FULVIO BIANCONI GLASS BOWL Venini, designed c. 1951 Retains manufacturer’s acid stencil mark “Venini Murano Made in Italy” 8.375” x 4.75” diameter

124 FULVIO BIANCONI HANDKERCHIEF VASE

MO O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

Venini, designed c. 1955 10” x 12” x 12”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EU DOR A H


125 CARLO SCARPA BOWL Model no. 4110 Venini, designed c. 1936 Red corroso glass Retains manufacturer’s acid stencil mark “Venini Murano Made in Italy” 2.75” x 5” diameter Literature:

B AR OV IE R , M AR I NO, VENETI AN

GL ASS BY C AR LO S C A R PA: TH E VENI NI C O MPAN Y, 193 2-19 4 7, NEW YOR K : SK I R A , P 2 13 .

$2,000-3,000

126 PAOLO VENINI BOWL Venini, designed c. 1955 1.75” x 3” diameter $300-500 LOT 125

LOT 126

127 CARLO SCARPA VASE Venini, designed c. 1934-36 Red sommerso glass with gold leaf inclusions Retains manufacturer’s acid stencil mark “Venini Murano Made in Italy” 8.375” x 4.75” diameter Literature:

B A R OVI E R , M A R I N O, V E N E TIAN

128 ALESSANDRO PIANON HANDBLOWN GLASS FIGURE (BIRD/PULCINI) Vistosi, designed 1962 12.25” x 5.75” x 2.5” Literature:

H E IR E MAN S, MAR C , 2 0 TH

65 129 FLAVIO POLI GLASS VASE Seguso, designed c. 1950 14” x 7” x 3.5”

G L ASS BY C A R LO SC A R PA : T H E V E N IN I

C E N TURY MUR AN O GL ASS : F R O M C R AF T TO

C OM PA N Y, 1 932- 1 9 4 7, N E W YO R K : S K IR A , P

D E S IGN, N E W YO R K : AN TIQ UE C O L L EC TO R S

Provenance:

1 2 0 - 1 4 5 FOR SI M I L A R E XA M P LE S.

C LUB , 19 9 7, P 16 3 .

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , CALI FOR NI A

$3,000-5,000

$4,000-6,000

$800-1,200

TH E E STATE OF EU DOR AH


130 DAN CHAPMAN CURSIVE #2 1995 Oil on canvas mounted to panel Retains Hunsaker/Schlesinger Fine Art label verso Canvas: 50” x 50” Provenance:

H U NSA KER/SCH LE SI N G E R

G ALLERY, SA NTA MONI CA , CA LIFO R N I A ; PRIVAT E COLLECTION, NEW PORT B E AC H, CAL IFO RNIA (ACQ U I RED DIRECTLY F R OM T HE ABOV E)

$4,000-6,000


HARRY BERTOIA With iconic contributions in sculpture, printmaking, jewelry, and furniture design, Italian-born artist Harry Bertoia (1915-1978) established himself as one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. He was often inspired by nature and music, and in the early 1960s, he embarked on a sonic journey to join the two disciplines. While Bertoia was working on a sculpture that consisted of several standing rods, he accidentally broke a rod, causing it to crash into another rod, resulting in a sound that resonated deeply with the artist. According to Bertoia himself, this sound “initiated a deliberate gesture in search of understanding what a group of wires would do.” Throughout the 1960s, Bertoia created over a hundred sound sculptures consisting of rows of flexible copper rods that sway when touched or blown, producing various tones depending on the length and mass of the rods. He referred to this sonorous atmosphere as Sonambient, the resulting environment created by the gentle clangor of the rods. In his rural Pennsylvania barn he renovated for optimal acoustics, Bertoia arranged over one hundred of these sculptures in a specific tonal order and recorded eleven Sonambient albums. Many of his sounding sculptures utilized several reverberating rods, while this unique example features only two. Surely this minimalist instrument played an equally essential role in the symphony of more elaborate sounding sculptures, and alone, it produces a pure, zen-inducing chime. Schiffer, Nancy N., and Val O. Bertoia. The World of Bertoia. Atglen: Schiffer Publishing, 2003. Print. “Sonambient.” Harry Bertoia. Harry Bertoia, 2011. Web. 4 Apr. 2014.

131 HARRY BERTOIA SONAMBIENT SCULPTURE 1974 Bronze and beryllium copper Together with signed letter from the artist dated June 11, 1974 77.5” (base: 12” x 12”) Literature:

H AR RY B ERTOI A: AN EX H I B I-

TIO N O F H IS S C UL P TUR ES AND G R AP H I C S, E X H IB ITIO N C ATALO G U E, ALLENTOWN: AL L E N TOW N ART MUS EU M , 1 975, NP FOR S IMIL AR E XAMP L E S.

Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON, CALI-

FO R N IA ( AC Q UIR E D D I R EC TLY FR OM TH E ARTIST, 19 74 )

$50,000-70,000

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132 EERO AARNIO BALL CHAIR Asko, designed 1963 46” x 41” x 40” Literature:

FIELL , CH A RLOT TE & P E T E R ,

1 000 CHAIRS, COLOGNE: TASCH EN , 1 9 9 7, P 4 2 9.

$3,000-5,000

133 STEELCASE LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Steelcase, designed c. 1970 Each: 24.5” x 40.5” x 33” $2,000-3,000


134 ROBERT INDIANA CHOSEN LOVE c. 1995 Hand carved and tufted archival New Zealand wool on stretched canvas with natural latex backing #109 of 175 Manufactured by Master Contemporary Original Artist Rugs Retains tag signed in ballpoint pen with edition number 96” x 96” $3,000-5,000

LABEL DETAIL

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135 ALEXANDER GIRARD OTTOMAN Herman Miller, designed 1967 13” x 35” diameter Literature:

GREENBERG, CA RA , OP TO P OP :

FURN IT URE OF TH E 1960 S, BOSTO N : L I T T L E , BROWN AND COMPA NY, 1999, P 37.

$4,000-6,000

136 HENRY P. GLASS FILE CABINET Fleetwood, designed c. 1960 28” x 48” x 28” $1,500-2,000


137 OLIVIER MOURGUE DJINN SERIES SUITE (5) Airbourne International, designed 1965 Comprised of an orange settee, pair of orange armchairs, green armchair, and orange ottoman Settee: 27” x 48” x 28”; Chairs each: 27” x 28” x 28”; Ottoman: 15” x 28” x 24” Literature:

F IE L L , C H AR LOT TE & P ETER ,

10 0 0 C H AIR S, C O LO G NE: TASCH EN, 1 997, P 45 0.

$4,000-6,000

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138 RED GROOMS LILLIAN GISH 1978 Graphite, oil, charcoal, and crayon on paper Signed and dated lower right “Red Grooms ‘78” Image/sheet: 51.125” x 78.25” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON ,

G O LETA , CA LI FORNI A (ACQ U I RED DI R EC T LY FRO M T HE A RTI ST, C 197 9)

$3,000-5,000

139 RED GROOMS D.W. GRIFFITH 1978 Graphite, oil, charcoal, and crayon on paper Signed and dated lower right “Red Grooms ‘78” Image/sheet: 69.125” x 63.75” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON ,

G O LETA , CA LI FORNI A (ACQ U I RED DI R EC T LY FRO M T HE A RTI ST, C 197 9)

$3,000-5,000


140 RED GROOMS BILLY BITZER 1978 Graphite, oil, charcoal, and crayon on paper Signed and dated lower right “Red Grooms ‘78” Image/sheet: 82” x 83.75” Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

GO L E TA , C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q U I R ED DI R EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTIST, C 1 97 9)

$3,000-5,000

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141 RED GROOMS WAY DOWN EAST (STUDY) c. 1978 Charcoal on paper Inscribed and signed upper center “‘Way Down East’ Red Grooms” Together with book Image/sheet (vis.): 12” x 16.75”; Frame: 19.25” x 23.5” Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

GO L E TA , C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q U I R ED DI R EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTIST, C 1 97 9)

$2,000-3,000


142 KNOLL DESIGN LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Model no. 95-2 Knoll Associates, designed 1954 Each: 32” x 31.25” x 30.5” Literature:

ROU L A ND, STEVEN & L I N DA ,

KNO LL FUR NI TU RE 1938 -1960, ATG L E N : S CHIFFER PU BLI SH ING LTD, 20 05, P 7 9.

$1,500-2,000

143 GEORGE NELSON PLATFORM BENCH Model no. 4692 Herman Miller, designed 1948 14” x 56.5” x 18.5” $1,000-1,500

144 FLORENCE KNOLL SOFA Model no. 578 Knoll, designed c. 1954 28” x 89” x 28” Literature:

MAT TER , H ERBERT, K N OL L

IN D EX O F CONTEMPORA RY DESIG N C ATALO G UE, NEW YORK: KNOLL ASSOCI AT E S, IN C, 1 954 , P 32.

$3,000-5,000


145 PAUL KASPER UNTITLED Studio, executed c. 1968 Welded steel 49.75” x 31” x 12.25” Provenance:

E STATE OF PAU L KASP ER ,

C AL IFO R N IA

$1,500-2,000

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146 VICO MAGISTRETTI CAORI COFFEE TABLE Gavina, designed 1961 16” x 37.5” x 50.5” Literature:

VERCELLONI , VIRGIL I O, T HE

ADV ENT URE OF DESIGN: GAVI NA , N E W YO RK: RIZ ZOLI, 1989, P 39.

$3,000-5,000

ALTERNATE VIEW


147 FLORENCE KNOLL LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Model no. 1205S1 Knoll Associates, designed 1954 Retains Knoll International upholstery tag These chairs were special ordered with Knoll velvet upholstery Each: 29” x 33” x 33” $4,000-6,000

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148 FLORENCE KNOLL SOFA Model no. 1205S3 Knoll Associates, designed 1954 Retains Knoll International upholstery tag This was special ordered with Knoll velvet upholstery 29” x 90” x 33” $4,000-6,000


149 RICHARD LINDNER BETSY ROSS FLAG AND BANNER 1966 Felt banner From the edition of 20 Betsy Ross Flag and Banner Co., Inc. and Multiples Inc., New York; fabricated by Abacrome, New York Artist’s initials and date woven in fabric Image/tapestry: 81” x 42.75” $2,000-3,000


150 ILYA BOLOTOWSKY RED BLUE DIAMOND 1973 Color screenprint on paper #54 of 125 Signed lower right; edition lower center Sheet: 26” x 35.5”; Frame: 27.25” x 37.25” $600-800

151 JEAN-PIERRE VASARELY (YVARAL) UNTITLED Color silkscreen on paper #111 of 200 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image: 23.75” x 23.75”; Sheet (vis.): 25.75” x 25.75”; Frame: 33.375” x 33.375” $600-800

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152 SYLVIA MANGOLD UNTITLED 1979 Gesso, ground, oil, acrylic, and collage on linen Signed and dated in pencil verso; retains Droll/Kolbert Gallery label verso Linen: 16” x 20” Provenance:

BET T Y ASH ER , LOS A N G E L E S,

CAL IFO RNIA ; TH ENCE BY DESCENT

$9,000-12,000

153 RICHARD SERRA UNTITLED 1996 1-color etching on Fabriano Murillo paper #82 of 100 Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated in pencil lower right margin beneath image; edition lower left; Gemini G.E.L. blind stamps lower right Gemini G.E.L. #47.83 Image: 8.625” x 11.75”; Sheet: 14.625” x 11.625”; Frame: 17” x 19.75” $3,000-5,000


154 FRANK STELLA TETUAN III (FOR MEYER SCHAPIRO PORTFOLIO) 1973 3-color lithograph and screenprint on Arches 300 gram paper #45 of 100 Published by the Committee to Endow a Chair in Honor of Meyer Schapiro at Columbia University, New York; printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated in pencil with edition and Gemini G.E.L. blind stamp lower right Gemini G.E.L. #51.90 Image: 8.625” x 8.625”; Sheet: 17” x 22” Provenance:

R O N ALD FELDM AN G AL-

L E RY, N E W YO R K , N E W YOR K ; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , LO S ANG ELES, CALI FOR NI A ( AC Q UIR E D D IR EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OVE)

81 Literature:

AXS O M, R I C H AR D H , TH E

P R IN TS O F F R AN K ST ELL A: A C ATALOG U E R AIS O N NÉ, N E W YO R K : H U DSON H I LL S P R E SS, 19 83 , # 9 2 .

$2,000-3,000

155 AFTER FRANK STELLA ANGRIFF (CONSPIRACY: THE ARTIST AS WITNESS PORTFOLIO) 1971; published 1972 2-color screenprint on Fabriano 100% cotton paper #83 of 150 Published by the Center for Constitutional Rights, New York; printed by Styria Studio, New York Signed and dated with edition in pencil lower right; Styria Studio blind stamp lower right Image: 10.25” x 10.25”; Sheet: 17.875” x 23.625”; Frame: 20” x 26” Literature:

AXS O M, R I C H AR D H , TH E

P R IN TS O F F R AN K ST ELL A: A C ATALOG U E R AIS O N NÉ, N E W YO R K : H U DSON H I LL S P R E SS, 19 83 , P 17 1, #1 C .

$2,000-3,000


156 ELLSWORTH KELLY TWO BLACKS AND WHITE 1971-73 Screenprint with embossing on Special Arjomari paper #30 of 75 Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed in pencil lower right with edition beneath image; Gemini G.E.L. blind stamp lower right sheet Gemini G.E.L. #28.27 Image: 12” x 36”; Sheet: 23.25” x 47.25”; Frame: 31” x 55” Literature:

AXSOM, RICH A RD H , T HE

PRIN TS O F ELL SWORTH KELLY: A C ATALO G UE RA I SONNÉ, 1949 -1985, NE W YOR K : HUD S O N H ILL S PRESS, 1987, P 83, #86 .

$3,000-5,000

157 JOSEF ALBERS INTAGLIO SOLO V 1958 Inkless intaglio on Arches paper #17 of 30 Printed by the artist with the assistance of students of the Yale School of Art Inscribed “Intaglio Solo V 17/30” in pencil lower left sheet; signed and dated lower right Image: 6.25” x 8.5”; Sheet (vis.): 7.25” x 9.375”; Frame: 15.5” x 22.75” Literature:

DA NILOW I TZ, BRENDA , T HE

PRIN TS O F JOSEF A LBERS: A CATA LOG U E RAIS O N NÉ 1915 -1976, 2ND EDI TION , M A NCHEST ER : H U DSON H ILL S PRESS, 2 01 0, #14 0.

$2,500-3,500


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158 MAX BILL 11 X 4:4 (6) 1970 Color screenprint on paper From the editions of 33 and 100 Published by Vogt/Bischofsberger Each signed in pencil lower right; suite number in Roman numerals lower left with edition; each retains Atlantic Richfield Company labels verso Comprised of #I, #III, #V, #VI, #VII, and #X from the suite Each image: 16.25” x 16.25”; Each sheet (vis.): 25” x 21.25”; Each frame: 25.75” x 22” Provenance:

ATL AN T I C R I CH FI ELD C OR-

P O R ATE ART C O L L EC TI ON ( AR CO) ; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , UN ITE D STATES; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , UN ITE D STATES

$3,000-5,000


PARTIAL ILLUSTRATION

159 ANN CLARK , KIKI SMITH, AND DON WUNDERLEE PUNCH AND JUDY (MURAL) 1972 Acrylic and pencil on canvas Comprised of a puppetry mural and ephemera from the original performance Approximately: 27” x 714” $10,000-20,000


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160 WILLIAM TUNBERG UNTITLED 1966-67 Mixed media assemblage/sculpture LAMA would like to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work Closed: 22.5” x 15.5” x 14” (43.5” open) $3,000-5,000

CASE OPEN

CASE CLOSED


161 TOM WESSELMANN AMY RECLINING 1985 Laser-cut stainless steel #46 of 50 Published by Sidney Janis Editions, New York; fabricated by Lippincott, New York Incised signature with edition and date lower right LAMA would like to thank the Tom Wesselmann Estate for their assitance in cataloguing this work 12.5” x 33.5” $10,000-15,000


162 TOM WESSELMANN STUDY FOR SMOKER #26 1977 Pencil and thinned liquitex on 100% rag paper Signed and dated in pencil “Wesselmann 77” lower center sheet; inscribed in pencil “For Peter/with much appreciation/Tom 1981” frame verso; bears the inscription “Study for Smoker #26” on frame verso This work is listed in the Tom Wesselmann Estate archives Sheet: 7.5” x 11.625”; Frame: 18.375” x 22.25” Provenance:

P R IVATE COLLECTI ON,

LO S AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R NI A ( ACQ U I R ED D IR EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTI ST, 1 981 ) ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, LOS ANG ELES, C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR ED DI R ECTLY FR OM TH E AB OV E )

$20,000-30,000

FRAME DETAIL

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163 ANDY WARHOL CHANEL (ADS PORTFOLIO) 1985 Color screenprint on Lenox Museum Board Artist's Proof #21 of 30 aside from the edition of 190 Published by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., New York; printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York Signed with edition in pencil lower left sheet; printer and publisher blind stamps lower right sheet F/S #II.354 Image/sheet: 38” x 38”; Frame: 39.375” x 39.375” Literature:

FELDMA N, FRAY DA , A N D JÖR G

S CHELLMA NN, A NDY WA RH OL PR I N TS: A CATALO G UE RA ISONNÉ 1962-1987, 4 T H E DIT IO N, NEW YORK: DA P, 20 03, # II / 354 .

$60,000-80,000


164 ANDY WARHOL LIFE SAVERS (ADS PORTFOLIO) 1985 Color screenprint on Lenox Museum Board Artist's Proof #21 of 30 aside from the edition of 190 Published by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., New York; printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York Signed with edition in pencil lower left sheet; printer and publisher blind stamps lower right sheet F/S #II.353 Image/sheet: 38” x 38”; Frame: 39.375” x 39.375” Literature:

F E L D MAN, FR AYDA , AND JÖRG

S C H E L L MAN N , AN DY WAR H OL P R I NTS: A C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ 1 962-1 987, 4 TH EDITIO N , N E W YO R K : DAP, 2003, #I I /353.

$30,000-50,000

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ILLUSTRATED AS FOLDED

165 ROY LICHTENSTEIN CRYING GIRL 1963 Offset lithograph on lightweight, offwhite wove paper Unknown edition size Published by Leo Castelli Gallery, New York; printed by Colorcraft, New York Bears the signature “RF Lichtenstein” in pencil lower left Folded: 8.5” x 11.5”; Unfolded: 17” x 22.9375” This print/mailer was made to announce Roy Lichtenstein’s exhibition at Leo Castelli Gallery in New York held from September 28 to October 24, 1963. Literature:

CORLET T, MA RY LEE , T HE

PRIN TS O F ROY LICH TENSTEIN: A C ATALO G UE RA I SONNÉ, 1948 -1993, NEW YOR K : HUD S O N H ILL S PRESS, 20 0 2, # II / 1 .

$2,000-3,000

ILLUSTRATED AS FOLDED

166 ANDY WARHOL FLOWERS ANNOUNCEMENT 1964 Offset lithograph on off-white wove paper Unknown edition size Published by Leo Castelli Gallery, New York Not in F/S Folded: 5.5” x 11”; Unfolded: 21.75” x 21.75” $3,000-5,000


167 JIM DINE THE NEW FRENCH TOOLS 3 - FOR PEP 1984 Etching and aquatint on Rives BFK paper Printer's Proof aside from the edition of 50 Published by Pace Editions, Inc., New York; printed by Atelier Crommelynck, Paris Signed, dated, and inscribed in pencil “P/P for Michel 1984 Jim” lower sheet margin beneath image Image: 23.25” x 19.5”; Sheet (vis.): 26” x 21.5”; Frame: 36.25” x 30.75” Literature:

D ' O E N C H , ELLEN G , AND JEAN

E F E IN B E R G, J IM D IN E P R I NTS, 1 97 7-1 985, F IR ST E D ITIO N , N E W YOR K : H AR P ER & R OW, 19 8 6 , # 17 3 .

$2,000-3,000

168 CLAES OLDENBURG UNTITLED (DRUM SET) (NOTES PORTFOLIO) 1968 9-color lithograph on Rives BFK paper Artist’s Proof #15 of 15 aside from the edition of 100 Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated in pencil lower right; Gemini G.E.L. blind stamps lower right; edition inscribed in Roman numerals lower left Gemini G.E.L. #38.7 Image/sheet: 22.6875” x 15.75”; Frame: 29.5” x 22.5” Literature:

AXS O M, R I CH AR D H , AND DA-

V ID P L ATZ K E R , P R IN T ED STU FF, P OSTER S AN D E P H E ME R A BY C L AES OLDENB U R G : A C ATALO GUE R AIS O N NÉ , NEW YOR K : H U D S O N H IL L S P R E SS, 1997, P 1 36 , #55/1 1 .

$1,000-1,500

169 CLAES OLDENBURG SCISSORS TO CUT OUT (NATIONAL COLLECTION OF FINE ARTS PORTFOLIO) 1967 5-color lithograph on Arches paper #15 of 144 Published by HKL Ltd., Boston and New York for the List Art Poster Program; printed by Atelier Mourlot, New York Artist’s initials lower right; edition inscribed lower left Image/sheet: 30” x 20”; Frame: 35” x 25” Literature:

AXS O M, P 1 1 8, #50.

$1,000-1,500

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170 RICHARD PETTIBONE ANDY WARHOL 1976 Screenprint on canvas Signed and inscribed “Andy Warhol/R Pettibone 1976” verso Canvas: 3” x 3”; Frame: 14.625” x 14.625” $8,000-12,000

171 ROBERT DOWD DOLLAR BILL 1963 Mixed media on paper Signed “Dowd 63” in pencil center right sheet; retains David Stuart Galleries label on verso of frame; retains Los Angeles County Museum of Art museum loan sticker on verso of frame Sheet: 12” x 16”; Frame: 16” x 20” Provenance:

ASH ER COLLECTION , LOS A N-

G ELES, CA LI FORNI A ; PRI VATE COL L EC T I ON , M INNES OTA

Exhibited:

“ SI X MORE, ” LOS A NGE L E S

CO UNT Y MU SEU M OF A RT, LOS A N G E L E S, 19 63 ; “S ELECTIONS FROM TH E LM ASHE R FAMILY COLLECTI ON, ” TH E A RT G A L L E RY, UNIV ERS IT Y OF NEW MEXI CO, A LB U QU E RQUE, JANUA RY 20 -FEBRUA RY 23 , 1 9 6 4

Literature:

SELECTIONS FROM THE L M

AS HER FA MI LY COLLECTION, A LB U QU E R QU E : UNIV ERS IT Y OF NEW MEXI CO PRE SS, 1 9 6 4 .

$1,500-2,000


VERSO

172 ANDY WARHOL FLOWERS (INVITATION) 1970 Color lithograph on paper Unknown edition size Published by Galerie Sonnabend, Paris Signed in black felt-tip pen Not in F/S Image/sheet: 7” x 7” This invitation was an announcement for the exhibition “Andy Warhol - Serigraphies sur papier” at Galerie Sonnabend in Paris, 1970. $1,000-1,500

173 ANDY WARHOL RONALD REAGAN AND WALTER MONDALE ELECTION NIGHT INVITATION 1984 Color lithograph on paper Facsimile signature “Andy Warhol 84” lower right sheet Not in F/S Image (irreg.): 8.75” x 11.75”; Sheet: 9.25” x 12.125”; Sheet (unfolded): 9.25” x 24.25” $4,000-6,000

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95

WILLIAM HAINES FURNITURE PLAN FOR 1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE DATED “6APR60”

BILLY

HAINES PROPERTY FROM ANITA MAY ROSENSTEIN


William "Billy" Haines (1900-1973) devoted his life to good taste and design, a passion he pursued after starring in his final film in 1934. On and off set, he was a self-proclaimed wisecrack, yet to his Hollywood friends he was a charming man of confidence, which made for a smooth transition from the silver screen to the living room interior. He famously remarked, “I can only tell you this – I would rather have taste than either love or money.” After opening his own antique shop on La Brea Avenue, decorating costar Joan Crawford’s home, and renovating and decorating acclaimed director George Cukor’s home, Haines transformed the 10-acre Beverly Hills home of Jack Warner of Warner Brothers into “the most talked-about residence in Los Angeles.” Haines’ design vocabulary – Chinoiserie and Classical objects blended with a modern touch – is clearly represented in the Warner estate. By the later years of his life, Haines was one of the most sought after interior designers, especially amongst the Hollywood elite. In 1960, Rita Roedling, daughter of Mervyn & Kitty LeRoy, commissioned Haines to produce numerous custom designs. The LeRoys are well-known for their contributions in the film industry. The renowned director Mervyn LeRoy produced The Wizard of Oz and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his extensive accomplishments in film. In the early 1950s, they collaborated with Haines to furnish the interior of their Samuel Marx-designed home in Bel Air. Around the same time in 1953, Haines worked with Tom & Anita May to furnish the interior of their Samuel Marx-designed home in Holmby Hills, a neighborhood adjacent to Beverly Hills and Bel Air. Both the Mays and LeRoys were passionate supporters of Haines. While Haines was known for his flawless attention to detail and clever taste, he also had a discerning eye for design. As his business flourished in the 1940s and 50s, Haines began designing his own furniture and lamps. His custom lamps – usually incorporating acquired sculptures or antiques – were included in almost every interior. And no Haines interior was complete without custom furniture, from chairs and couches to entire dining room sets. The intersection of these early champions of Haines’ interiors is displayed in the details of the Rita Roedling commission: a table lamp with a Tang Style figure, which incorporates a ceramic from the LeRoys’ Haines and Marx interior, as well as two Ledge Back “Seniah” chairs, one of his most celebrated and enduring creations. Self-taught, ambitious, and modern, Haines pleased his prestigious clients by producing some of the most distinctive interiors of the 20th century. Schifando, Peter and Jean H. Mathison. Class Act William Haines: Legendary Hollywood Decorator. New York: Printed Leaf Press, 2005. Print. Mann, William J. Wisecracker: The Life and Times of William Haines, Hollywood's First Openly Gay Star. New York: Penguin Books, 1998. Print.

DETAIL OF WILLIAM HAINES FURNITURE PLAN FOR 1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE DATED “6APR60”

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174 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SOFA WITH ONE ARM Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 29” x 97” x 36” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E VER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STEI N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$5,000-7,000

99 175 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LONG SOFA Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 30” x 132” x 36” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E VER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STEI N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$4,000-6,000

176 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER TABLE WITH INSET PLANTER Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 21.25” x 72” x 35.5” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E VER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STEI N, BEVER LY H I LL S

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$1,500-2,000


“Billy did several houses, dating from the late 1940s, for Tom and Anita May of the department store family — so many houses that he jokingly said he should change his name to ‘William May Haines.’”


177 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LEDGE BACK SENIAH CHAIR Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence, originally designed c. 1947; this example commissioned 1960 28.5” x 31” x 29.25” The ledge back design was the most sophisticated of all the Seniah designs by Haines, having evolved from the original tight back, tight seat model designed in 1947. Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$3,000-5,000

178 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LEDGE BACK SENIAH CHAIR Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence, originally designed c. 1947; this example commissioned 1960 30.5” x 30.5” x 30” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$3,000-5,000

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179 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each: 31.25” x 24” x 23” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$15,000-20,000

180 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each: 31.25” x 24” x 23” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$15,000-20,000


“I can only tell you this — I would rather have taste than either love or money.” — William Haines

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181 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER TABLE LAMP WITH TANG STYLE FIGURE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence, originally designed c. 1948; this example commissioned 1960 32.75” x 17.75” x 13” This lamp was created to showcase the Tang Style ceramic figure that was originally purchased by Haines for the Mervyn & Kitty LeRoy Bel Air residence in c. 1948. Illustrated:

O ' B R IE N, LI Z, U LTR AM ODER N

SAMUE L MAR X- AR C H I TECT, DESI G NER , ART C O L L EC TO R , N E W YO RK : P OI NTED LEAF P R E SS, L LC , 2 0 0 7, P 1 83.

Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$7,000-9,000


182 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER FLOOR LAMP WITH TANG STYLE FIGURE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 71” x 22.75” x 13.25” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$7,000-9,000


183 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LAMPS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each: 29.875” x 17.125” x 13.125” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V E R LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STEI N, B EVER LY H I LL S

$1,200-2,000

184 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SIDE TABLE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 21.25” x 29.25” x 18.25” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,000-2,000

185 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SQUARE SIDE TABLE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 Stamped “KLR” and “133” 21” x 36” x 36” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V E R LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STEI N, B EVER LY H I LL S

$1,000-2,000

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LIVING ROOM DETAIL WILLIAM HAINES FURNITURE PLAN FOR 1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE

186 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER RECTANGULAR COFFEE TABLE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 19” x 72” x 21” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$5,000-7,000

187 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER RECTANGULAR COFFEE TABLE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 19” x 72” x 21” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$5,000-7,000


188 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SWIVEL STOOL 1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE, LIVING ROOM LOTS ILLUSTRATED IN SITU: 174, 175, 177, 179, 182, 184, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190

Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 12” x 19.5” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,500-2,000

189 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SWIVEL STOOL Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 12” x 19.5” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,500-2,000

190 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SWIVEL STOOL Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 12” x 19.5” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,500-2,000

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191 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LAMPS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Turquoise: 32.5” x 12.5” diameter; and Yellow: 32.25” x 13” diameter Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEIN, BEVERLY HI L L S

$2,000-3,000

192 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER CONSOLE TABLE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 30.5” x 63” x 21” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEIN, BEVERLY HI L L S

$3,000-5,000


1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE, DINING ROOM LOTS ILLUSTRATED IN SITU: 193, 194

DINING ROOM DETAIL WILLIAM HAINES FURNITURE PLAN FOR 1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE

193 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR DINING TABLE Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 28.75” x 81” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$7,000-9,000

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194 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR DINING CHAIRS (12) Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 Each: 31.75” x 20” x 19” Provenance: R I TA R OE DL I N G , B E VE R LY HI L L S ; A N I TA M AY R OSE N ST E I N , B E VE R LY H IL L S

$8,000-12,000

318 HARRY BOWERS UNTITLED (3) 1978; these examples printed later Large-format digital color print Each image (vis.): 36.5" x 28.5"; Each frame: 44" x 35.75" Comprised of Irene Dancing (from Irene Portfolio), Going Steady at 40 (from White on White Portfolio), and Skirts I’ve Known $2,000-3,000


“The only real freedom we have left is the home. Only there can we express anything we want.” — William Haines

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“You can gussy–up and hide things behind veils and ruffles and suedes, but when you come to simplicity the truth comes out. You had better know what you are doing.” — William Haines

195 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each retains “Upholsterers International Union” label Each: 31.25” x 24” x 23” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$7,000-9,000

196 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each retains “Upholsterers International Union” label Each: 31.25” x 24” x 23” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$7,000-9,000


197 MICHAEL MORRISON AND WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER COMPOTE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 9.25” x 10” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,000-1,500

198 ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL MARX TABLE LAMP Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 28” x 14.5” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$3,000-5,000

199 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR GEMÜTLICH TABLE Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 26.5” x 49.25” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$3,000-5,000

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200 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER TABLE LAMP Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 28.5” x 13” diameter Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$800-1,200

201 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR GEMÜTLICH TABLE Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 26.5” x 54” diameter Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$4,000-6,000


202 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER TABLE LAMP Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 34.75” x 17” x 17” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,200-2,000

203 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER TABLE LAMP Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 23.75” x 11.75” diameter Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$800-1,200

204 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR SIDE CHAIR Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 34” x 17.5” x 17” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$1,500-2,000

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327 KAZUYA SAKAI END OF THE NIGHT (VARIATIONS ON THE DIAMOND IV) 1969 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated verso; bears the inscription “110 x 110 cm./variaciones/ sobre el/rombo IV/‘end of the night’ 69” verso; retains partial Galeria Juan Martin label verso Canvas: 43" x 43.25"; Frame: 44" x 44" $6,000-9,000


205 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR LOUNGE CHAIRS WITH CURVED BACK (2) Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 Floral: 28.5” x 29.5” x 30”; Red: 28.75” x 28.5” x 28” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$2,000-3,000

206 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER SOFA WITH ARM Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 29” x 96” x 36” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$3,000-5,000

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207 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER BEDROOM SUITE (6)

BEDROOM DETAIL WILLIAM HAINES FURNITURE PLAN FOR 1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE

Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 Comprised of a headboard, end tables, lamps, and bedspreads End tables: 10” x 24” x 19.75”; Headboard: 35.25” x 77” x 10”; Lamps: 31.25” x 6.5” x 5” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$3,000-5,000

332 LEONARDO NIERMAN BIRTH OF A LIGHTNING II Oil on Masonite Signed “Nierman” lower left; retains Minotaur Galleries label verso; bears the inscription “Birth of a Lightning” verso; inscribed “c. 96198” verso Image (vis.): 35" x 47.5"; Frame: 49.75" x 62.25" Provenance:

MI NOTAU R GA LLER I E S, L AS

V EG AS, NEVA DA ; PRIVAT E COLLECTION, L AS VEGAS, N E VA DA ( ACQUIRED DI RECTLY FROM TH E A B OVE , C 1 9 93 )

$2,000-3,000

1015 NORTH BEVERLY DRIVE, BEDROOM LOT ILLUSTRATED IN SITU: 207


208 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER ARMCHAIRS (2)

209 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER DESK LAMP

210 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER DESK

Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each: 28.5” x 22.5” x 18.5”

Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 27.875” x 15.125” diameter

Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 26” x 52” x 26”

Provenance:

Provenance:

Provenance:

R I TA R OE DL I N G , B E VE R LY HIL L S ;

R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V E R LY H IL L S ;

R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S;

A N I TA M AY R OSE N ST E I N , B E V E R LY H IL L S

AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE IN , B E V E R LY H IL L S

AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$2,500-3,500

$1,500-2,500

$3,000-5,000

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211 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER LAMPS (2) Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; these examples commissioned 1960 Each: 29.875” x 17.125” x 13.125” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$1,000-2,000

212 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DESIGNER RECTANGULAR COFFEE TABLE Custom designed for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence; this example commissioned 1960 15” x 60” x 21” Provenance: RITA RO EDLING, BEVERLY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY ROSENSTEI N, BEVERLY HI L L S

$3,000-5,000


213 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR ARMCHAIR Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 31” x 25” x 24” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$800-1,200

214 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR FAUX BAMBOO TRELLIS ARMCHAIRS (2) Manufacturer unknown, selected and customized for the 1015 North Beverly Drive residence 1960 Each: 36” x 21” x 21” Provenance: R ITA R O E D L IN G, B E V ER LY H I LL S; AN ITA MAY R O S E N STE I N, BEVER LY H I LL S

$2,000-3,000

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215 WILLIAM ZORACH WISDOM OF SOLOMON #4 of 6 1960 Patinated bronze Signed “Zorach” near base; retains Zorach Collection label with edition 9.5” x 6.625” x 6.625” Literature:

W I LLI A M ZORACH : A R E T R O -

S PECT IV E EXH I BI TION OF MA JOR SC U L P T URES, NEW YORK: BERNA RD DA N E N B E R G G ALLERIES, 1968, # 49.

$15,000-25,000

216 DIMITRI HADZI PILLARS OF HERCULES III 1977 Patinated bronze on stone plinth From the edition of 7 11” (12.25” with base) x 10.25” x 5.5” $1,500-2,000


217 ALEXANDER CALDER THE KING SPIRAL 1969 Gouache on paper Signed and dated “Calder 69” lower right sheet Calder Foundation #A06298 Together with facsimile of insurance appraisal from Perls Galleries dated October 31, 1989 Image/sheet: 29” x 42” Provenance:

P R IVAT E C OLLECTI ON,

N E W YO R K , N E W YO R K (G I FTED DI R EC TLY BY TH E ARTIST, 19 6 9); JAM ES G OOD MAN GAL L E RY, N E W YOR K , NEW YOR K ; H E ATH E R JAME S F IN E ART, PALM DESERT, C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR ED DI R ECTLY FR OM TH E AB OV E , 2 0 10) ; P R I VATE C OLLECTI ON, LO S AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R NI A ( ACQ U I R ED D IR EC TLY F R O M TH E ABOVE, 201 0)

$100,000-125,000

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218 ROBERT MOTHERWELL BASTOS 1975 6-color lithograph on white Arjomari paper #42 of 49 Published by Tyler Graphics Ltd., Bedford Village; printed by Kenneth Tyler, Bedford Village Signature and edition in pencil lower left with artist's and publisher’s blind stamps Image/sheet: 62.375” x 40”; Frame: 67.625” x 45” Literature:

T Y LER , KENNETH , T Y L E R

G RAPHICS: CATA LOGU E RA I SONNÉ, 1 9 74 1 9 85, NEW YORK: A BBEVILLE PRE SS, 1 9 8 7, #3 83: RM2; BELKNA P, DOROT HY, AN D ST EPHA NI E TERENZI O, TH E P R I N TS O F RO BERT MOTH ERWELL : A CATA LOG U E RAIS O N NÉ , 1943 -1990, NEW YORK : HU DSON HILL S PRESS, 1991, # 169.

$10,000-15,000


219 HELEN FRANKENTHALER CAUSEWAY (DOCTORS OF THE WORLD COLLECTION) 2001 Color etching and aquatint on paper #18 of 100 Published by John Szoke Editions, New York Signed and dated with edition in pencil lower right sheet; printer blind stamp lower left Image: 21.5” x 31.5”; Sheet: 28” x 37.5”; Frame: 32.125” x 42.5” $6,000-9,000

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220 HELEN FRANKENTHALER MONOPRINT XIII - THE CLEARING 1991 Unique proof printed from edition blocks on white Richard B. Tullis II handmade paper Published and printed by Garner Tullis, New York Signed and dated in pencil lower right sheet; inscribed “XIII” lower left sheet; signed and dated in pencil verso; inscribed “GT/HF 6-91 XIII Block A” in pencil verso; inscribed “Monoprint XIII” in pencil verso; inscribed “28-May” in pencil verso Image (irreg.): 16.375” x 20.875”; Sheet: 38” x 25.375”; Frame: 45.5” x 32.625” Literature:

H AR R IS ON, P EG R AM , H ELEN

F R AN K E N TH AL E R : A C ATALOG U E R AI SONNÉ O F P R IN TS, 19 6 1-19 9 4, NEW YOR K : ABR AM S, 19 9 6 , # 2 14.

$5,000-7,000


221 ALAN DAVIE HIS HIGHNESS THE EGG 1960 Oil on canvas Signed and dated with title verso; retains Esther Robles Gallery label verso Canvas: 18” x 32”; Frame: 32.625” x 18.75” Provenance:

ESTH ER ROBLES GA L L E RY,

LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A ; PRI VAT E CO LLECT I ON, LOS A NGELES, CA L I FOR N I A ( ACQUIRE D DIRECTLY FROM TH E A B OVE , C 1 9 60S )

Exhibited:

“A L A N DAVIE, ” ESTH E R R OB L E S

G ALLERY, LOS A NGELES, DECEMB E R 1 8, 1 9 61 -JAN UA RY 6, 1962

Illustrated:

A L A N DAVI E, EXH I BI T I ON C AT-

ALO G UE, LOS A NGELES: ESTH ER R OB L E S G ALLERY, 1961, NP.

$4,000-6,000


222 MICHAEL GOLDBERG UNTITLED 1985 Oil and wash on textured paper Signed and dated in pencil upper right; inscribed “15” and “19” in pencil verso Image/sheet: 10.375” x 9.5” Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

UN ITE D STATE S ( AC Q U I R ED DI R ECTLY FR OM C H R ISTIE ' S, N E W YO R K , OC TOBER 1 -2, 201 3, LOT 110)

$3,000-5,000

223 MICHAEL GOLDBERG UNTITLED 1985 Oil and wash on textured paper Signed and dated in pencil lower right; inscribed “15” and “16” in pencil verso Image/sheet: 11” x 9.875” Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

UN ITE D STATE S ( AC Q U I R ED DI R ECTLY FR OM C H R ISTIE ' S, N E W YO R K , OC TOBER 1 -2, 201 3, LOT 10 9)

$3,000-5,000

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224 HANS ZIMMER UNTITLED 1964 Watercolor and mixed media on paper Signed and dated lower right; retains The Museum of Modern Art label verso Image/sheet (vis.): 13.125” x 19.125”; Frame: 21” x 27” Exhibited:

“CONTEMPORA RY EU R OP E A N

WAT ERCO LORS, ” MU SEU M OF MO DE R N A RT, NEW YO RK , 1965

Literature:

CONTEMPORA RY EU R OP E A N

WAT ERCO LORS, EXH I BI TION CATA LOG U E , NEW YO RK: MU SEU M OF MODERN A RT, 1 9 65 , NP.

$2,000-4,000

LABEL VERSO


225 EDO MURTIC UNTITLED 1963 Gouache on paper Signed and dated lower right Image/sheet: 29.75” x 21.625”; Frame: 33.125” x 25.125” $2,000-4,000

226 EDO MURTIC UNTITLED 1963 Gouache Signed and dated lower left; retains two Osborne Gallery labels verso Image/sheet: 21.625” x 34.5”; Frame: 25.125” x 38.125” $2,000-4,000

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227 DAN FLAVIN UNTITLED 1987 Crayon on paper Initialed, dated, and inscribed in pencil upper center sheet Image/sheet: 5.75” x 4”; Frame: 7.75” x 5.75” Provenance:

PRIVATE COLLECTI ON ,

UN IT ED STATES (GI FTED DIRECTLY BY T HE ART IST, 1 987 ); TH ENCE BY DESCE N T

$2,000-3,000

228 TOMORY DODGE DROP 2008 From the edition of 45 18-color screenprint Published by CRG Editions, New York; printed by Axelle Editions, Brooklyn Image/sheet: 35.25” x 31.25”; Frame: 37.75” x 34.5” $1,000-1,500


229 CHUCK WEBSTER A MATING 2008 Oil on panel Initialed verso with title and date; retains ZieherSmith Inc. Gallery label verso Image/panel: 13.5” x 17.5” Exhibited:

“C H UC K WEB STER : O M Y SOU L , ”

Z IE H E R S MITH IN C , N E W YOR K , NOVEM BER 13 -D EC E MB E R 2 0, 2 0 08

$2,000-3,000

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230 CHUCK WEBSTER UNTITLED (2) 2005 Mixed media on paper Each retains ZieherSmith Inc. Gallery labels verso A: Image/sheet: 6.625” x 5.875”; Frame: 12.375” x 12.25”; B: Image/sheet: 6.875” x 6.75”; Frame: 12.375” x 12.25” $2,000-3,000


231 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG PUBLICON--STATION IV (PUBLICONS) 1978 Sculpture composed of wood coated with nitrocellulose lacquer, collaged silk and cotton fabrics, bicycle wheel, baked epoxy enamel over polished aluminum, Plexiglas, and fluorescent light fixture #21 of 30 Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signature with edition and date on Gemini G.E.L. plaque verso Gemini G.E.L. #41.119 28” x 36” x 13” (closed); 52” x 64” x 13” (open) $9,000-12,000

232 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG PAGE 1 (PAGES AND FUSES) 1974 Natural-fiber handmade paper and whole natural fiber rag #15 of 27 unique works Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signature impressed lower right; edition and date inscribed in pencil verso with Gemini G.E.L. ink stamp Together with print documentation Gemini G.E.L. #41.76 Image/sheet (irreg.): 14.75” x 24.125”; Frame: 24.25” x 28.5” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , C A L I-

FO RNIA ( ACQ U IRED DIRECTLY FR OM G E M I N I G EL , LO S A NGELES, CA LIFORNI A )

$4,000-6,000


233 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG HORN (STONED MOON SERIES) 1969 1-color lithograph on Rives Special paper #29 of 58 Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed in pencil with edition and date lower right sheet; Gemini G.E.L. blind stamps lower right Gemini G.E.L. #41.21 Image (irreg.): 36.25” x 31”; Sheet (vis.): 41” x 33.5”; Frame: 41.75” x 34.5” $3,000-5,000

234 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG UNIT (TURTLE) 1970 Color lithograph on white wove Italia handmade paper Printer’s Proof #3 of 3 aside from the edition of 30 Published by ULAE, Bay Shore; printed by Daniel Socha, Zigmunds Priede, and Bill Goldston, ULAE, Bay Shore Signed in pencil lower right with edition and date; ULAE blind stamp lower left Image (irreg.): 10” x 21”; Sheet: 20” x 28” Provenance:

DAN IE L SOC H A , ALBU Q U ER-

Q UE , N E W ME X IC O

Literature:

S PAR KS, ESTH ER , U NI VER SAL

L IMITE D ART E D ITIO NS: A H I STORY AND C ATALO GUE : TH E F IR ST TWENT Y-FI VE Y E AR S, N E W YO R K : ABR AM S, 1 989, #4 2.

$1,500-2,000

235 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG UNIT (HYDRANT) 1970 Color lithograph on white wove Italia handmade paper Printer’s Proof #3 of 3 aside from the edition of 27 Published by ULAE, Bay Shore; printed by Daniel Socha, Zigmunds Priede, and Bill Goldston, ULAE, Bay Shore Signed and dated with edition in pencil lower right sheet; ULAE blind stamp lower left Image (irreg.): 23.5” x 13”; Sheet: 28” x 20” Provenance:

DAN IE L SOC H A , ALBU Q U ER-

Q UE , N E W ME X IC O

Literature:

S PAR KS, ESTH ER , U NI VER SAL

L IMITE D ART E D ITIO NS: A H I STORY AND C ATALO GUE : TH E F IR ST TWENT Y-FI VE Y E AR S, N E W YO R K : ABR AM S, 1 989, #4 3.

$1,500-2,000

133


236 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG TRUNK (7 CHARACTERS) 1982 Unique paper and fabric collage on Chinese Xuan 30-ply paper with mirror and embroidered hanging medallion From the series of 70 unique paper and fabric collages Published and printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed and dated in pencil “Rauschenberg 82” lower right; stamped “Trunk” verso Gemini G.E.L. #41.44 Sheet: 30.5” x 26.5”; Framed dimensions including hanging medallion and mirror: 43” x 31” x 2.5” Provenance:

GEMI NI GEL , LOS A N G E L E S;

CAL IFO RNIA ; PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , BEV ERLY H I LL S, CA LI FORNI A (AC QU I R E D D IRECT LY FROM TH E A BOVE); TH E N C E BY D ES CEN T

$8,000-12,000

237 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG MORE DISTANT VISIBLE PART OF THE SEA (SUITE OF NINE PRINTS) 1979 Offset color lithograph on wove paper #47 of 100 Published by Multiples Inc., New York; printed by Styria Studio, New York Signed and dated with edition in pencil lower left; Styria Studio blind stamp lower right Sheet: 30.25” x 22.75”; Frame: 41” x 33.5” $1,500-2,000

238 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG STATUE OF LIBERTY (NEW YORK, NEW YORK SERIES) 1983 Color screenprint with collage on Japon paper #122 of 250 Published by the New York Graphic Society, New York Signed and dated with edition in pencil lower left sheet Image/sheet: 35.875” x 24”; Frame: 39.375” x 27.5” $3,000-5,000


239 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG QUORUM (BONES AND UNIONS) 1975 Rag-mud, rope, bamboo, and mud #9 of 13 Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Signed with edition in black marker Gemini G.E.L. #41.107 64” x 45” x 4.5” $6,000-8,000

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SIGNATURE DETAIL

240 GÜNTER HAESE GÄRTEN DER SEMIRAMIS 1982 Brass and phosphor bronze Signed “Haese” underneath base Together with receipt from Galerie Lopes 8.25” (9.25” with base) x 7” x 7” (8” x 8” with base) Provenance:

GA LERI E LOPES, ZÜ R I C H,

S WITZ ERL A ND; PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , UN IT ED STATES (ACQ U I RED DI REC T LY F R OM T HE ABOV E, 1983); TH ENCE BY DE SC E N T

Literature:

POSTEL , CL AU DI A , GÜ N T E R

HAES E: V ERZEICH NIS DER SKU LP T U R E N, O ST FILD ERN: H ATJE CA NTZ, 20 0 2 , P 93 FO R S IMIL A R EXA MPLE.

$12,000-15,000


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241 GEORGE NAKASHIMA LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Studio, designed c. 1950 Walnut Armchair: 30.5” x 33” x 30.25”; Side chair: 30” x 33” x 24.125” $6,000-9,000

242 GEORGE NAKASHIMA SETTEE Studio, designed c. 1955 American black walnut 30.25” x 78” x 33” $6,000-9,000


243 GEORGE NAKASHIMA TABLE LAMP Studio, designed c. 1961 Walnut, fiberglass 29.75” x 12.875” diameter $5,000-7,000

SIGNATURE AND DATE DETAIL

244 GEORGE NAKASHIMA CHEST OF DRAWERS Studio, executed 1968 Walnut Signed and dated verso “George Nakashima/New Hope 1968” 32” x 60” x 22” $12,000-15,000

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245 GEORGE NAKASHIMA DAYBEDS (2) Studio, executed 1963 Cherry, upholstery One example marked “Bennett” Together with letter from the George Nakashima Woodworker Studio and copy of the original order card Each: 28” x 73” x 31” Provenance:

PROPERT Y FROM T HE E D -

MUN D J BENNET T COLLECTION (AC QU I R E D D IRECT LY FROM TH E NA KASH IMA ST U DI O)

$10,000-15,000


246 GEORGE NAKASHIMA OCCASIONAL TABLE Studio, designed c. 1950 Walnut Marked “CH X223/167” 10” x 26” x 9” $3,000-4,000

247 GEORGE NAKASHIMA SIDE TABLE From “Origins Group” Collection Widdicomb Furniture Company, designed c. 1958 Walnut Branded signature and retains manufacturer's label 21” x 30” x 28” $1,800-2,500

248 GEORGE NAKASHIMA CONOID HEADBOARD Studio, executed 1963 American black walnut 24” x 78” x 17.5” Provenance:

P R O P E RT Y FR OM TH E ED -

MUN D J B E N N E T T C O LLEC TI ON ( AC Q U I R ED D IR EC TLY F R O M TH E NAKASH I M A STU DI O)

$8,000-12,000

141


249 EDWARD WORMLEY SOFA Model no. 5125 Dunbar, designed c. 1955 27.5” x 91” x 32” Literature:

TH E DU NBA R BOOK OF

CO NT EM PORA RY FU RNI TU RE, NEW YOR K : ARROW PRESS, 1956, PP 36, 17 2.

$5,000-7,000

250 EDWARD WORMLEY SOFA Model no. 5125 Dunbar, designed c. 1955 27.5” x 91” x 32” Literature:

TH E DU NBA R BOOK OF

CO NT EM PORA RY FU RNI TU RE, NEW YOR K : ARROW PRESS, 1956, PP 36, 17 2.

$5,000-7,000

251 EDWARD WORMLEY CUSTOM LAMP TABLE Model no. 5742N Dunbar, designed 1956 Retains gold Dunbar tag With inset ceramic tiles by Gertrud & Otto Natzler 8” x 30.25” x 22.25” Literature:

JA NU S SERI ES CATALOG U E,

CHICAG O : DU NBA R FU RNITU RE COM PA N Y, 1 957, P 8 8 .

$2,500-3,500


252 EDWARD WORMLEY JANUS LARGE CHEST Model no. 5727 Dunbar, designed 1956 Retains gold Dunbar tag With inset ceramic tiles by Gertrud & Otto Natzler 42” x 60” x 19.25” Literature:

JAN US S ER I ES C ATALOG U E,

C H IC AGO : D UN B AR F UR NI TU R E C OM PANY, 195 7, P 6 0.

$3,000-5,000

253 EDWARD WORMLEY JANUS BEDSIDE TABLES (2) Dunbar, designed 1956 Each retains gold Dunbar tag With inset ceramic tiles by Gertrud & Otto Natzler Each: 25.25” x 20” x 15.25” $3,000-5,000

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254 GEORGE KASPARIAN CHAIRS (2) Kasparians, designed c. 1960 Each: 32” x 30” x 30” $5,000-7,000

255 GEORGE KASPARIAN CHAIRS (2) Kasparians, designed c. 1960 Each: 32” x 30” x 30” $5,000-7,000

256 THEODORE MULLER AND ELIZABETH BARRINGER LOTUS COFFEE TABLE Kittinger, designed c. 1965 14” x 42” diameter $2,500-3,000


DETAIL

257 MERET OPPENHEIM TABLE WITH BIRD'S FEET Simon Intl., designed 1939, this example produced c. 1970s Retains label “Vestigo” 25.25” x 26.75” x 20.75” Literature:

B UR C K H AR DT, JACQ U ELI NE,

ME R E T O P P E N H E IM - B EYOND TH E TEACU P, N E W YO R K : IN D E P E N DENT C U R ATOR S IN C O R P O R ATE D, 19 9 7, P 4 6.

$5,000-7,000

258 MERET OPPENHEIM TABLE WITH BIRD'S FEET Simon Intl., designed 1939, this example produced c. 1970s 25.25” x 26.75” x 20.75” Literature:

B UR C K H AR DT, JACQ U ELI NE,

ME R E T O P P E N H E IM - B EYOND TH E TEACU P, N E W YO R K : IN D E P E N DENT C U R ATOR S IN C O R P O R ATE D, 19 9 7, P 4 6.

$5,000-7,000

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ADVERTISEMENT FROM THE OCTOBER 1966 ISSUE OF THE NEW YORKER

259 RAYMOND LOEWY LOUNGE CHAIR BarcaLounger, designed c. 1966 43” x 37.5” x 33” $2,000-3,000


260 THE ARCHITECTS COLLABORATIVE (TAC) COUCH WITH LOOSE CUSHIONS The Architects Collaborative, designed 1963 30” x 76” x 33” $3,000-5,000

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261 THE ARCHITECTS COLLABORATIVE (TAC) BENCH/COFFEE TABLE The Architects Collaborative, designed 1963 14” x 72.5” x 16.25” $3,000-5,000


262 DANISH MODERN LEATHER SOFA Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1950 29” x 88” x 32” $4,000-6,000

263 ATTRIBUTED TO HARVEY PROBBER BENCH Possibly Probber, designed c. 1950s 17” x 66” x 28.25” $3,000-5,000


264 GRETA VON NESSEN TABLE LAMP Nessen Studio, designed c. 1950 20.5” x 30” x 8.25” Provenance:

TH E K ING SLEY R ESI DENC E,

PAC IF IC PAL ISAD E S, CALI FOR NI A; TH ENCE BY D E S C E N T

$1,000-1,500

149 265 T.H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS COFFEE TABLE Widdicomb, designed c. 1955 Retains Widdicomb label 15.5” x 42” diameter $3,000-5,000

266 T.H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS ARMCHAIR Widdicomb, designed c. 1950 31” x 26” x 31” $3,000-5,000


267 MARY BOWLING THE PLEIADES c. 1956 Intarsia/mosaic Signed and titled verso; retains partial Dalzell Hatfield Galleries label verso Intarsia: 15” x 27.875”; Frame: 15.75” x 28.75” Korean-American artist and designer Mary Bowling (1917-1995) is known for her intricate mosaics comprised of elements such as glass, beads, mirror shards, and tile. She moved from California to New York to become an industrial designer and worked for Raymond Loewy & Associates before returning to Los Angeles to teach at the Chouinard Art Institute. Famous commissions include murals for the International Ballroom (formerly Bali Room) at the Beverly Hilton, the General Petroleum Building, as well as stained glass window designs for St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church of San Marino, California. Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EUDOR A H

M O O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

$1,000-2,000

268 MICHAEL ARNTZ MOUNTAIN POT c. 1965-68 Stoneware painted with oxides LAMA would like to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work 40” x 40” diameter Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EUDOR A H

M O O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

$4,000-6,000


EUDORAH MOORE Through her pioneering work for the Pasadena Art Museum (now the Norton Simon Museum), Eudorah Moore (1918-2013) organized groundbreaking exhibitions that introduced the world to California design. Her legacy began when she founded the Pasadena Art Alliance in 1954 where she soon became an instrumental figure in the arts and crafts community. She served as the curator and director of the California Design Programs of the Pasadena Art Museum, and was also the design curator from 1962-1977. Moore invited artists from every field of arts, crafts, and design, often incorporating recreational and outdoor activities such as playground sets and skateboards with Southern California’s best art and design. The resulting exhibitions presented the textiles, tapestries, pottery, and furniture that comprised a distinctly Californian lifestyle. "She is one of the most important people in the history of California design," said Bill Stern, executive director of the Museum of California Design. "What was really extraordinary is that she had the ability to recognize what was important at the time it was being made." From 1978-1981, Moore served as the visual arts coordinator for the National Endowment for the Arts. Nelson, Valerie J. “Eudorah Moore dies at 94; early ambassador for California design.” LATimes.com. Los Angeles Times, 27 Apr. 2013. Web. 4 Apr. 2014.

269 DOMINIC DI MARE UNTITLED (WALL SCULPTURE)

270 CALIFORNIA DESIGN EXHIBITION CATALOGUES (3)

1969 Woven wool, linen, natural fiber twine, horsehair 52” x 15”

1962-1971 Published by the Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena Comprised of California Design Eight (1962), California Design Nine (1965), and California Design Eleven (1971) Each: 10.25” x 8.625”

Provenance:

TH E E STATE O F E UD O R AH

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , C AL IFO R N IA

Exhibited:

“GO L D E N STATE O F C R AF T:

C AL IFO R N IA 19 6 0 -19 85 , ” C R AF T & FO L K

Provenance:

ART MUS E UM, LO S AN GE L E S, S E P TE MB E R

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , CALI FOR NI A

2 5 , 2 0 10 -JAN UARY 8 , 2 0 11

$500-800

Illustrated:

L AUR IA , J O, GO L D E N STATE O F

C R AF T: C AL IFO R N IA 19 6 0 -19 85, E X H IB ITIO N C ATALO GUE , LO S AN GE L E S : C R AF T IN AME R IC A , 2 0 11, P 24.

$1,000-2,000

TH E E STATE OF EU DOR AH

151


LLYN FOULKES Los Angeles artist and musician Llyn Foulkes (b. 1934) creates paintings, installations, and tableaux of biting social commentary, often utilizing a concoction of pop icons, American landscapes, and violent imagery. After serving in the Korean War, Foulkes moved to Los Angeles to attend the Chouinard Art Institute and had his first exhibition at Ferus Gallery in 1959. Throughout the 1960s and 70s, his work ranged from melancholy assemblages and skillful American landscapes to his “bloody head” portraits. During this period, Foulkes amassed international awards including the 1967 Prize for Painting at the Paris Biennale. The Hammer Museum recently exhibited Foulkes’ 50-year retrospective, “LLYN FOULKES,” which highlighted some of his most recent “narrative tableaux that combine painting with woodworking, found materials, and thick mounds of mixed media, seamlessly blended into the painted surface to create a remarkable illusion of depth.” In one of these early multi-layered works, Within Ercha (1960), oil, tar, and collage coalesce to depict a moment from Foulkes’ own life. The abstract black figure swooping across the upper right section of the piece is Foulkes’ pet raven at the time, Ercha. This is one of the first paintings inspired by his black bird, and Foulkes continued incorporating the name Ercha in other works from this era. His work has always been “intensely personal.” The devastation he witnessed during his military service erupts in black swaths throughout his early paintings and have become a Foulkes emblem. In a recent interview, Foulkes said, “I never got that out of my mind, ever. I still haven't. That anybody could do anything like that to people.” This painting was included in his solo show at the Oakland Art Museum in 1964 and again in “The Last Time I Saw Ferus” at the Newport Harbor Museum in 1976. “LLYN FOULKES.” Hammer Exhibitions. Hammer Museum, 2013. Web. 7 Aug. 2013. Miranda, Carolina. “Painter Llyn Foulkes Creates on the Fringes of the Art World.” NPR.org. National Public Radio, 9 Mar. 2013. Web. 6 Apr. 2014.

271 LLYN FOULKES WITHIN ERCHA 1960 Oil, tar, and collage on canvas Signed “foulkes” lower left and dated in Roman numerals “lx” lower center; bears the inscription “Llyn Foulkes c/o Ferus Gallery” verso; signed “FOULKES” verso LAMA would like to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work Canvas: 60” x 69”; Frame: 61” x 70” Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EU DOR A H

MO O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

Exhibited:

“ LLY N FOU LKES, ” TH E OA K-

L AN D ART MU SEU M, OA KL A ND, F E B R UA RY 1 5 - MARCH 1, 1964; “ TH E L AST TI M E I SAW FERUS : 1 957-1966, ” NEWPORT H A R B OR ART MUS EU M, NEWPORT BEACH , M A R C H 7-APRIL 1 7, 1976

Literature:

LLY N FOU LKES, EXH I B I T I ON

CATALO G UE, OA KL A ND: TH E OA KL A N D A RT MUS EUM , 1964, P 53; TH E L AST T I M E I SAW FERUS : 1 957-1966, EXH I BI TION CATA LOG U E , NEWPO RT BEACH : NEWPORT H A R B OR A RT MUS EUM , 1976, # 23.

$30,000-50,000

VERSO


272 LLYN FOULKES LETTER TO PHIL HEFFERTON 1964 Ink and photo collage on paper Signed in ink “L. Foulkes” lower left and center of sheet; retains Koplin Gallery label verso Image/sheet (vis.): 13.75” x 10.375”; Frame: 18.25” x 14.75” $3,000-5,000

153

273 ROBERT ELLIS BRIDGING 1958 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right; retains the Pasadena Society of Artists Diamond Jubilee Exhibition label verso Together with exhibition catalogue Canvas: 72” x 36”; Frame: 72.75” x 36.75” Provenance:

TH E E STATE OF EU DOR AH

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , CALI FOR NI A

Exhibited:

“ TH E PASADENA SOCI ET Y OF

ARTISTS D IAMO N D J UB I LEE EX H I B I TI ON, ” TH E PASAD E N A H ISTOR I C AL M U SEU M , PASAD E N A , AP R IL 5 -JU NE 1 6 , 2002

$2,000-3,000


274 SIMON TOPAROVSKY UNTITLED (SCULPTURE) c. 1970s Cast bronze Approximately 108.5” x 14” diameter Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EUDOR A H

MO O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

$3,000-5,000


275 SIMON TOPAROVSKY STUDY FOR THE MAIN ALTAR CRUCIFIX c. 1998 Patinated bronze 26.125” (28” with base) x 15” x 5” The artist was one of several hundred selected to submit portfolios to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles for consideration of works of art to be displayed in the new Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles (Los Angeles). The commission was awarded to the artist by the Cardinal in 2000. Provenance:

TH E E STATE OF EU DOR AH

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , CALI FOR NI A

$3,000-5,000

155


276 CONNOR EVERTS PROTOTYPE (SKETCHES FROM PURGATORY) 1965 Charcoal and pencil on paper Retains Cardwell/Jimmerson Contemporary Art Gallery label verso Image/sheet: 25” x 38”; Frame: 33” x 46” $2,500-3,500

277 CONNOR EVERTS UNTITLED (FROM STUDIES IN DESPERATION) 1963 Charcoal and pencil on paper Image/sheet: 40” x 26.25”; Frame: 41.25” x 27.75” $2,500-3,500


278 CONNOR EVERTS POSTER FOR ZORA GALLERY 1964 Etching on paper Signature in plate upper right Image: 21” x 15”; Sheet: 24” x 17”; Frame: 27” x 19.75” $1,000-1,500

279 RICO LEBRUN THREE TORMENTED SHADES (CANTO XVI) 1961 Charcoal and ink wash on paper Signed and dated in ink lower right; retains Nordness Madison Gallery label verso Together with fascimile of letter from Henry J. Seldis Image/sheet: 22” x 30”; Frame: 30.625” x 37.5” Provenance:

S ILVAN SI M ONE G ALLERY,

LO S AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R NI A; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , LO S AN G ELES, CALI FOR NI A ( AC Q UIR E D D IR EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OVE, C 19 6 0 S )

Exhibited:

“ R IC O L E B R U N, 1 900 -1 964 : AN

E X H IB ITIO N O F D R AW I NG S, PAI NTI NG S, AN D S C UL P TUR E , ” LOS ANG ELES COU NT Y MUS E UM O F ART, LO S ANG ELES, DEC EM BER 5 , 19 6 7-JAN UARY 14, 1 968

$1,000-1,500

157


280 WAYNE THIEBAUD GUM MACHINE (FROM DELIGHTS PORTFOLIO) 1964 Etching on Rives BFK paper #23 of 100 Published by Crown Point Press Berkeley; printed by Kathan Brown Berkeley Signed and dated in pencil center right beneath image; edition lower center beneath image; title inscribed center left beneath image Image: 4” x 4”; Sheet: 12.75” x 11”; Frame: 14.125” x 12.25” Provenance:

BET T Y ASH ER , LOS A N G E L E S,

CAL IFO RNIA ; TH ENCE BY DESCENT

Literature:

FINE, RU TH , STEVEN N ASH,

AN D KARIN BREU ER , TH I RT Y-FI VE YE A R S AT CROWN POINT PRESS: MA KI NG P R I N TS, D O IN G ART, BERKELEY: U NI VERSIT Y OF CAL IFO RNIA , 1997, P 68.

$4,000-6,000

281 RICHARD DIEBENKORN UNTITLED (FROM CLUB/SPADE GROUP ‘81-82) (EIGHT BY EIGHT TO CELEBRATE THE TEMPORARY CONTEMPORARY) 1986 6-color lithograph on Arches Cover white paper #16 of 250 Published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; printed by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Initialed and dated “RD82” in pencil lower right with Gemini G.E.L. blind stamp; edition lower left Gemini G.E.L. #15.1 Image: 38” x 23.5”; Sheet: 40” x 27”; Frame: 52.75” x 40” $2,500-3,500


282 PAUL WONNER EDGE OF THE PARK n.d. Acrylic and pencil on paper Signed lower right; retains George Stern Fine Arts label verso Together with exhibition catalogue Image/sheet: 15” x 22.25”; Frame: 24.25” x 30.875” Exhibited:

“ TH E MO RE TH I NG S C H ANG E, ”

GEO R GE STE R N F IN E A RTS, LOS ANG ELES, S E P TE MB E R 11- O C TO B ER 23, 2004

Illustrated:

TH E MO RE TH I NG S C H ANG E,

E X H IB ITIO N C ATALO GUE, LOS ANG ELES: GEO R GE STE R N F IN E A RTS, 2004 , P 1 1 .

$2,000-3,000

283 PAUL WONNER ROOM WITH FLOWERS AND PLANTS n.d. Acrylic on paper Signed in ink lower right Image/sheet: 19.5” x 12”; Frame: 27.625” x 19.625” $3,000-5,000

159


284 JOE GOODE UNTITLED (TREE SERIES) c. 1988 Oil on canvas Canvas: 54” x 48”; Frame: 56” x 50” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON ,

UN IT ED STATES (ACQ U I RED DI REC T LY F R OM T HE ART IST; PRIVAT E COLLECTION, CA LIFORNI A (ACQUIRED D IRECTLY FROM TH E A BOVE )

$30,000-40,000


285 JOE GOODE UNTITLED 1973 Oil wash on paper Signed and dated in pencil lower center “Joe Goode ‘73” Image/sheet: 14.375” x 22.75”; Frame: 16.625” x 25.125” Provenance:

P R IVAT E C OLLECTI ON, LOS

AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R N I A ( AC Q U I R ED DIR EC TLY F R O M AS H E R /FAU R E G ALLERY, LOS AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R N I A)

$5,000-7,000

286 JOE GOODE UNTITLED 1967 Color lithograph on paper #113 of 125 Signed and dated in pencil lower center beneath image; retains Asher/Faure and Patricia Faure Gallery labels verso Image: 16.25” x 15.25”; Sheet: 23.25” x 19”; Frame: 24.125” x 19.75” $800-1,200

161


287 JOHN BALDESSARI HAND AND/OR FEET: CHAIR AND BOOKS/PLATE AND EGG 2010 Color lithograph on Somerset paper in two panels #42 of 48 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image/sheet (overall): 39” x 17.125”; Frame: 47.125” x 25” $3,500-4,500

288 JOHN BALDESSARI STONEHENGE (WITH TWO PERSONS) RED 2005 Mixografia print on handmade 100% cotton paper #60 of 60 Published and printed by Mixografia, Los Angeles Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Image: 27” x 30”; Sheet 29” x 32”; Frame: 30.625” x 33.75” Literature:

H U ROWITZ, SH A RON C OP L A N ,

JO HN BALDESSA RI: A CATA LOGU E R A IS O N NÉ O F PRINTS A ND MU LTI PLE S, 1 9 7 1 2 007, MANCH ESTER : H U DSON H IL L S P R E SS, 2 009, #159.

$6,000-9,000


289 JOHN BALDESSARI THE OVERLAP SERIES: DOUBLE MOTORCYCLISTS AND LANDSCAPE (ICELANDIC 2003) 2001-03 6-color lithograph on Somerset paper #42 of 90 Published by Brooke Alexander Editions, New York; printed by Derriere L’Etoile Studios, New York Signed and dated in pencil lower right sheet beneath image; edition lower left sheet beneath image Image: 28” x 27.5”; Sheet: 29.5” x 28.75”; Frame: 37.25” x 36.5” Literature:

H UR OW ITZ, SH AR ON C OP L AN,

J O H N B AL D E SSAR I: A CATALOG U E R AIS O N N É O F P R IN TS AND M U LTI P LES, 1 971 2 0 0 7, MAN C H E STE R : H U DSON H I LL S P R ESS, 2 0 0 9, # 115 .

$2,500-3,500

163

290 DENNIS OPPENHEIM DRY WELLS 1978 Color lithograph on paper #5 of 100 Signed with date and edition in pencil lower left sheet Image/sheet: 39” x 27”; Frame: 48” x 36” $1,500-2,000


291 DE WAIN VALENTINE CLEAR GREY COLUMN 1968 Cast polyester resin 23” x 11” x 11” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON ,

RALEIG H, NORTH CA ROLINA (ACQ U I R E D D IRECT LY FROM TH E A RTI ST, 1999)

$25,000-35,000


292 LARRY BELL UNTITLED (VAPOR SERIES) 1978 Vaporized metal on paper Signed “LBell ‘78” in pencil lower center Image/sheet (vis.): 27.25” x 21.25”; Frame: 33.5” x 27.5” Literature:

ZO N E S O F EX P ER I ENC E: TH E

ART O F L AR RY B E L L , ALBU Q U ER Q U E: ALBU Q UE R Q UE MUS E UM, 1 997, P 1 1 0, P L 29 FOR S IMIL AR E XAMP L E F R OM TH E SER I ES.

$4,000-6,000

165

293 PETER LODATO WHITE WASH c. 1988 Oil on canvas Inscribed “White Wash” on upper canvas stretcher verso Canvas: 23” x 19”; Frame: 24.25” x 20.25” $3,000-5,000


294 JUNE HARWOOD UNTITLED (JIGSAW SERIES) 1975 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated verso; inscribed “For Blanca/with Love y abrazos/from June” verso; bears the inscription “#10” verso; inscribed “Jigsaw series” verso Canvas: 50” x 50” $5,000-7,000


295 FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY UNTITLED

296 FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY UNTITLED

1950 Lithograph on cardstock mounted to illustration board Printed by the artist Signed and dated in ink “F Hammersley/22 Feb 1950” on illustration board verso; inscribed “2/3 lsd 42 42a” on illustration board verso Lithograph: 3" x 3"; Board: 7" x 7"

1950 Lithograph on cardstock mounted to illustration board Printed by the artist Signed and dated in ink “F Hammersley/5 Feb 1950” on illustration board verso; inscribed “5/14 3rd #37 48” and “16 July 51 37B” on illustration board verso Lithograph: 3" x 3"; Board: 7" x 7"

Literature:

Literature:

F R E D E R IC K H AMME R S L E Y, E X-

F R E D E R I CK H AM M ER SLEY, EX-

HI B I TIO N C ATALO GUE, V E N IC E : L A LO UV E R ,

H IB ITIO N C ATALO GUE, VENI CE: L A LOU VER ,

2 01 2 , P P 2 6 -3 3 FO R S IMIL AR E XAMP L E S.

2 0 12 , P P 2 6 -3 3 FO R SI M I L AR EXAM P LES.

$1,200-1,500

$1,200-1,500

167


297 GUY DILL UNTITLED 1991 COR-TEN steel and aluminum LAMA would like to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work 115” x 140” x 96” Provenance:

PRIVATE COLLECTI ON , L AS

V EG AS, NEVA DA (ACQ U IRED DIREC T LY FRO M T HE A RTI ST, 1991 )

$30,000-50,000


298 GUY DILL ASJ 1974 Watercolor, ink, and pencil on paper Signed and dated with title in pencil lower right LAMA would like to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work Image/sheet: 26” x 39.375”; Frame: 29.25” x 42.25” This is a study for the sculpture In Irons commissioned by Fred and Marcia Weisman. $1,500-2,000

299 MARK DI SUVERO STAINLESS 1981 6-piece nickel-plated aluminum #30 of 45 Published and fabricated by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles Incised “MdS” with edition and date; impressed Gemini G.E.L. copyright logo Gemini G.E.L. #16.7 26” x 16” x 1.2” (compact arrangement) $3,000-5,000

169


300 DON SORENSON UNTITLED 1978 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated in pencil verso; inscribed “2-2378” Together with facsimile of original invoice 57.5” x 96.25” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , LOS

AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A (ACQ U I RE D DI R EC TLY FRO M MA NNY SI LVERMA N GA LL E RY, LOS AN G ELES, 1988)

$3,000-5,000

301 LADDIE JOHN DILL UNTITLED (GLASS COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION) 1983 Cement, glass, blue cobalt, oxide Signed and dated “Laddie John Dill 1983” verso 36” x 54” x 2.25” Provenance:

PRIVATE COLLECTI ON , C A L I-

FO RNIA ( ACQ U IRED DIRECTLY FRO M T HE ART IST, 1 984 )

$2,000-3,000


302 JONATHAN BOROFSKY PIED PIPER 1990 Color lithograph on paper #58 of 100 Signed in pencil lower center; edition lower left Image/sheet: 25.5” x 18”; Frame: 28” x 20.75” $1,000-1,500

171

303 BRUCE CONNER UNTITLED c. 1970 Lithograph on paper in plastic case #36 of 90 Signed with edition in pencil verso Image (irreg.): 4.25” x 3”; Sheet (irreg.): 4.5” x 3.25”; Frame/case: 6.875” x 3.625” $500-1,000


304 PETER SHELTON UNTITLED 1995 Cast iron Initialed, dated, and incised “58 `Hook' 95 PS A83” 6” x 2” x 2” Provenance:

L A LOU VER GA LLE RY, VE N-

ICE, CAL IFORNI A ; PRI VATE COLLEC T I ON , LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A (ACQ U I R E D D IRECT LY FROM TH E A BOVE, 1995 )

$3,000-5,000


305 JAMES WELLING BORDUAS 1985 Oil on canvas Artist’s initials verso; inscribed “1985-6 (K5) Borduas, 1985 o/c 52 x 52” verso; retains Margo Leavin Gallery label verso Canvas: 52” x 52”; Frame: 52.625” x 52.625” Exhibited:

“ PAR AV IS I ON, ” M AR G O LEAVI N

GAL L E RY, LO S AN GE L ES, JU LY 1 2-AU G U ST 2 3 , 19 8 6

$3,000-5,000

173


306 SAM MALOOF ROCKING CHAIR Studio, executed 2007 Fiddleback maple and ebony Signed “No. 27 2007/Sam Maloof d.f.a. r.is.d./ © M.j. l.w./d.w.” 47” x 26.75” x 48” Literature:

A DA MSON, JEREMY, T HE

FURN IT URE OF SA M MA LOOF, NEW YOR K : NO RTO N COMPA NY, 20 0 1, P 192.

$35,000-45,000


DETAILS

307 SAM MALOOF SIDE TABLE Studio, executed c. 1965 Walnut Branded “Designed Made Maloof California” 21” x 24.25” diameter $4,000-6,000

175


SIGNATURE AND DATE DETAIL

308 SAM MALOOF BENCH Studio, executed 1955 Walnut, upholstery Branded “1955 Sam Maloof” 30” x 44” x 19” $8,000-12,000

309 SAM MALOOF BENCH Studio, executed 1955 Walnut, upholstery Branded “1955 Sam Maloof” 30” x 44” x 19” $8,000-12,000

310 SAM MALOOF ARMCHAIRS (2) Studio, executed 1955 Walnut, upholstery Each branded “1955 Sam Maloof” Each: 30” x 20.75” x 20” $8,000-12,000

17 7


311 ARTHUR ESPENET CARPENTER DINING TABLE Studio, executed 1970 As illustrated: 29” x 74.5” x 42”; Additional leaf (not illustrated): 42” x 19” $20,000-25,000


312 PETER VOULKOS UNTITLED Studio, executed c. 1951 Glazed earthenware bowl Signed “Voulkos” LAMA would like to thank the Voulkos & Co. Catalogue Project for their assistance in cataloguing this work 3” x 9.75” diameter $3,000-5,000

313 WILLIAM MORRIS VESSEL Studio, executed 1981 Blown glass Signed and dated 10” x 10” x 4” $4,000-6,000

314 BOB STOCKSDALE BOWL Studio, executed c. 1965 Turned black walnut Signed “Black Walnut from California/ Bob Stocksdale” 3.75” x 17.25” diameter $1,500-2,000

MARKINGS DETAIL

179


JOHN SMITH Throughout the mid-century in Los Angeles, textile artists produced vibrant tapestries and mosaics to accent California homes and businesses. Evelyn and Jerry Ackerman and Millard Sheets figure as the most prominent of these artists, but the robust craft movement of the era featured many other talented individuals, including the Los Angeles artist John Smith. Known for his tapestries and mosaics, Smith’s designs were featured in the California Design exhibitions at the Pasadena Art Museum as well as the interiors of several buildings by Welton Becket, the Los Angeles architect responsible for the Capitol Records Building in Hollywood. Smith’s tapestries are bright narratives designed to complement the warm interiors of mid-century Southern California. Alluding to an ancient era, Untitled (Woman) features an angular sun and geometric lines similar to the scene depicted in Warriors from the 1962 exhibition “California Design/Eight.” California Design/Eight. Exhibition Catalogue. Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum, 1962. Print.

315 JOHN SMITH UNTITLED (LION) c. 1960s Hand-woven wall hanging Initials woven 24” x 30.75” $800-1,200


316 JOHN SMITH UNTITLED (WOMAN) c. 1960s Hand-woven wall hanging Initials woven 42.5” x 31.5” $800-1,200

317 JOHN SMITH UNTITLED c. 1960s Hand-woven wall hanging Initials woven 31.75” x 54” $800-1,200

181


318 YNEZ JOHNSTON ROUNDING THE SHOAL 1971 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso Canvas: 29.5” x 20”; Frame: 31” x 21.125” Exhibited:

DAVID RI CH A RD GA LL E RY (AT

ART PL AT FORM), LOS A NGELES, S E P T E MBER 3 0 - O CTOBER 3, 20 11

$2,500-3,500

319 YNEZ JOHNSTON WRITINGS IN YELLOW 1973 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated in ink lower right Together with Jodi Scully Gallery 1975 announcement signed by the artist, from an edition of 10 and original invoice Image/Sheet: 15.125” x 11.325”; Frame: 18” x 14.25” Provenance:

JODI SCU LLY GA LLE RY,

LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A ; PRI VAT E CO LLECT ION, LOS A NGELES, CA LI FOR N I A ( ACQUIRED DI RECTLY FROM TH E A B OVE , JUN E 1 9 74 )

$400-600

320 YNEZ JOHNSTON ORANGE LOVERS 1969 Mixed media relief Signed and dated verso with title; retains partial Adele Bednarz Gallery label verso Together with original invoice 24” x 18” x 2.125” Provenance:

A DELE BEDNA RZ GA L L E RY,

LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A ; PRI VAT E CO LLECT ION, LOS A NGELES, CA LI FOR N I A ( ACQUIRED DI RECTLY FROM TH E A B OVE , MARCH 1 9 70)

$1,000-1,500


321 LEONARD EDMONDSON PORTRAIT OF YNEZ JOHNSTON A: 1954; B: 1999, C: c. 1999 A: Watercolor and ink on paper; B & C: Color etching on paper B: #5 of 20; C: Unknown edition size A: Signed and dated in ink lower center; inscribed “Portrait of Ynez” lower center; B: Signed and dated in pencil lower right margin; facsimile signature and date in plate lower right; edition lower left margin; C: Signed lower right; inscribed “25 in 67” lower center; retains El Molino Gallery label verso Together with two small prints “Contact” and “25 in 67” A: Image/sheet (vis.): 14.875” x 10.75”; Frame: 22.625” x 18.375”; B: Image: 5.75” x 8.75”; Sheet (vis.): 6.375” x 9.25”; Frame: 13.75” x 16.5”; C: Image: 5.375” x 7.125”; Sheet (vis.): 6” x 7.75”; Frame: 13.5” x 15” Provenance:

Y N E Z JOH NSTON, LOS AN-

GE L E S, C AL IFO R N IA ( ACQ U I R ED DI R EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTIST )

$2,500-3,000

183

322 LEONARD EDMONDSON UNTITLED (3) c. 1998-1999 Mixed media on paper Each signed and dated A: Image/sheet (vis.): 8.75” x 11.75”; Frame: 14.25” x 17.25”; B: Image/sheet (vis.): 10.75” x 7.75”; Frame: 17.625” x 14.5”; C: Image/sheet (vis.): 8.75” x 13.75”; Frame: 14.25” x 19.25” Provenance:

Y N E Z JOH NSTON, LOS AN-

GE L E S, C AL IFO R N IA ( ACQ U I R ED DI R EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTIST )

$1,500-2,000


323 JUNE WAYNE WHITE VISA (VISA SERIES) (2)

PARTIAL ILLUSTRATION

1973 Woven wool tapestry #1 of 2 Pierre Daquin, Atelier de Saint Cyr, Paris Signed on label verso; label retains printed title, edition, and publisher name; signature woven in tapestry lower right; printer monogram woven lower left Together with 6-color lithograph White Visa (#3 of 3 HC aside from the edition of 20) Tapestry: 54.5” x 72.5”; Print (Image/sheet): 25” x 35” “Pierre Daquin, the weaver, was crazy about this image, and asked me if he could, at his own expense, make it into a tapestry. He wove one for himself and one for me,” (June Wayne from June Wayne, The Art of Everything - A Catalogue Raisonné, 1936-2006) Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , LOS

AN G ELES, CA LIFORNI A (GI FTED DI R EC T LY BY T HE ARTI ST )

Literature:

CONWAY, ROBERT, JUN E

WAYN E, T HE A RT OF EVERY TH ING : A CATALO G UE RA ISONNÉ, 1936 -20 06, N E W BRUN S WICK: RU TGERS U NIVERSIT Y P R E SS, 2 007, #233, # 234.

$4,000-6,000

324 JUNE WAYNE STUDY FOR THE WING OF A DEVIL AND LAST CHANCE (FABLE SERIES) (2) 1955 Offset lithograph on thin natural wove paper #56 of 60 and #72 of 100 Printed by Lynton R. Kistler, Los Angeles Each signed and dated with edition Image: 25” x 19”; Sheet: 30” x 23.125”; Image: 22.5” x 28”; Sheet: 23” x 31” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON , LOS

AN G ELES, CA LIFORNI A (GI FTED DI R EC T LY BY T HE ARTI ST )

Literature:

CONWAY, ROBERT, JUN E

WAYN E, T HE A RT OF EVERY TH ING : A CATALO G UE RA ISONNÉ, 1936 -20 06, N E W BRUN S WICK: RU TGERS U NIVERSIT Y P R E SS, 2 007, #9 6 , # 99.

$800-1,200

PARTIAL ILLUSTRATION


325 CLAIRE FALKENSTEIN POINT TO CONE 1977 Sugar-lift etching on paper #29 of 30 Published by the artist; printed by Richard Royce, Los Angeles Signed, dated, and titled with edition in pencil Assembled: 22” x 19” x 10”; Frame: 27” x 21” x 12” Literature:

AN D E R S O N, SU SAN, M I C H AEL

D UN C AN , AN D MAR E N H ENDER SON, CL AI R E FAL K E N STE IN, LO S ANG ELES: FALK ENSTEI N FO UN DATIO N , 2 0 12 , P 1 81 , #4 1 .

$1,000-1,500

326 HENRY GUERRIERO UNTITLED (3) 1968-71 Pen and ink on vellum and bronze sculpture A: Hedonist Organ: Pipes Um-m-m-m; B: In Case of Accident Call 0-0-0-0-0-9; C: Never Knock a Good Sport Together with 1968 exhibition catalogue A: Incised initials “H.G”; B: Incised “H. Guerriero”; C: Retains artist’s label verso A: 10.75” (11.75” with base) x 8.75” x 4.5”; B: 17” (20.25” with base) x 10” x 11”; C: Image: 15.25” x 11.5”; Sheet: 23.75” x 18”; Frame: 24.125” x 18.25” Exhibited:

“ H E N RY GU ER R I ER O, ” SI LVAN

S IMO N E GAL L E RY, LO S ANG ELES, M AY 5 -MAY 24, 19 6 8

Illustrated:

H E N RY G U ER R I ER O, EX H I B I-

TIO N C ATALO GUE , LO S ANG ELES: SI LVAN S IMO N E GAL L E RY, 19 68, #8, #27.

$300-500

185


ARTIST'S CIPHER AND LABEL DETAIL

327 HARRISON MCINTOSH BOWL Studio, executed c. 1956 Glazed stoneware Retains paper label “Hand Thrown Stoneware/Harrison McIntosh/Claremont California” and impressed with artist's cipher 4.625” x 15.25” diameter $2,500-3,500

328 HARRISON MCINTOSH VASE Studio, executed c. 1956 Glazed ceramic Retains paper label “Hand Thrown Stoneware/Harrison McIntosh/Claremont California” and impressed with artist's cipher 12” x 5” diameter Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EU DOR A H

MO O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

$2,500-3,500

329 HARRISON MCINTOSH VASE Studio, executed c. 1948 Glazed stoneware Retains ghost of McIntosh Studio label and signed “McIntosh” 10.5” x 4.75” diameter $3,000-5,000


330 BEATRICE WOOD FOOTED VESSEL Studio, executed c. 1990 Gold-lustre and sea green glazed earthenware Signed “Beato” 6.5” x 9.75” diameter Provenance:

STE P H ANI E DR AG OVI CH ( AS -

S ISTAN T TO B E ATR IC E WOOD) ( AC Q U I R ED D IR EC TLY F R O M TH E ARTI ST, SEP TEM BER 19 9 1 ) ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, LOS ANG ELES, C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR ED DI R ECTLY FR OM TH E AB OV E )

$2,000-3,000

331 BEATRICE WOOD VASE Studio, executed c. 1955 Volcanic glazed ceramic Signed “Beato” and “N” 4” x 5.125” diameter $2,000-3,000

332 BEATRICE WOOD CHALICE Studio, executed c. 1955 Iridescent glazed ceramic Signed “BEATO” 2.5” x 4.5” diameter $1,000-1,500

187


SIGNATURE AND DATE DETAIL

333 LAURA ANDRESON BOWLS (2) Studio, executed 1945-46 Green glazed ceramic Each signed and dated 3” x 8.75” diameter and 2” x 11.625” diameter $3,000-5,000


SIGNATURE AND DATE DETAIL

189 334 LAURA ANDRESON BOWLS (2) Studio, executed 1952 Oxblood red glazed ceramic Each signed “Andreson 52” 3.5” x 5.75” diameter and 1.25” x 7.25” diameter $2,500-3,500

335 LAURA ANDRESON BOWLS (2) Studio, executed c. 1952 Glazed porcelain Each signed 5” x 5.5” diameter and 2.5” x 5” diameter $1,200-1,500


336 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER CYLINDRICAL BOTTLE WITH LONG CONICAL NECK AND LIP Studio, executed c. 1959 Dark blue crystalline glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” 10.5” x 4.5” diameter $8,000-12,000

337 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER OVAL BOWL Studio, executed c. 1958 Mystic blue glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” and retains inventory label “#15/RH” Together with a Glen Lukens glass bowl 4.75” x 14.25” x 10.75” Provenance:

RU TH A ND DA LZELL HAT-

FIEL D, LO S A NGELES, CA LIFORNI A ; T HE N C E BY D ES CENT

$4,000-6,000

SIGNATURE AND LABEL DETAIL


338 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER BOWL Studio, executed 1960 Glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” and retains inventory label “L047” 3.625” x 6.5” diameter $3,500-4,500

339 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER BOWL Studio, executed 1957 Blue glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” and retains inventory label “J128” 3.625” x 6.75” diameter $3,500-4,500

340 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER BOWL Studio, executed c. 1960 Glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” 2” x 4.5” diameter $2,000-3,000

341 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER BOWL Studio, executed c. 1963 Canary yellow glazed ceramic Signed “Natzler” 2” x 4.5” diameter $1,800-2,500

191


342 WALTER LAMB DINING SUITE (5) Brown-Jordan Co., designed c. 1950 Comprised of a dining table with wood top and four chairs Table: 29.5” x 71.75” x 35.5”; Chairs each: 31.5” x 22” x 19” $6,000-9,000

343 WALTER LAMB BENCH Brown-Jordan Co., designed c. 1958 14” x 63” x 24” $3,000-5,000

344 WALTER LAMB ROCKING CHAIR, SQUARE TABLE, END TABLE (3) Model nos. C-5701 (chair), AA-2700 (square table), BL-3700 (end table) Brown-Jordan Co., designed c. 1950 Chair: 31.75” x 21.25” x 31”; Square table: 22” x 26” x 26”; End table: 17” x 23.5” x 18” Literature:

WA LTER L A MB FU RN I T U R E

CATALO G, 1954, NP.

$2,000-3,000


345 WALTER LAMB DINING SUITE (15) Model no. WT-2701 (tables) Brown-Jordan Co., designed c. 1950 Comprised of three tables, six armchairs, and six side chairs Each table: 28” x 26” x 26”; Each chair: 34” x 21” x 21” Literature:

WALTE R L AM B FU R NI TU R E

C ATALO G, 195 4, N P.

$10,000-15,000

193


346 DANISH MODERN RUG EGE, designed c. 1970 Retains label “EGE Formation” 55” x 79” $1,500-2,000

347 SERGIO RODRIGUES DESK Studio, designed c. 1960s 30” x 78.5” x 39.25” $5,000-6,000


348 MATHIAS GOERITZ SCULPTURE Studio, c. 1950s Torch-cut and patinated steel and iron Initialed “M.G.”; bears the inscription “W240851/P...024735/PG1.../W2” underneath base 51.5” (including base) x 47.375” diameter $5,000-7,000

349 DANISH MODERN RUG Rya, designed c. 1960 72” x 108” $1,000-1,500

195


350 ROBERT MANGOLD GROUP OF GREETING CARDS (6) 2000-2005 Woodcut, screenprint, and ink on oriental paper Each signed, dated, and inscribed by the artist on the frame verso Each framed (dimensions vary) $2,000-3,000


351 AFTER ALEXANDER CALDER SWIRL 1975 Handwoven jute maguey tapestry #20 of 100 Bon Art Signature woven with date lower right; “C” woven in tapestry upper left; edition lower left 57” x 84.25” $2,000-3,000

197


352 BRETT WESTON GARRAPATA BEACH, CALIFORNIA, 1954 1954, this example printed later Gelatin silver print Image/sheet (vis.): 7.25” x 9.25”; Frame: 15” x 19” Literature:

CRAVENS, RH , BRET T WE STON :

PHOTO G RA PH S FROM FIVE DECA D E S, M I LLERTO N: A PERTU RE, 1980, PP 18 -1 9.

$4,000-6,000

353 BRETT WESTON WHITE SANDS, NEW MEXICO, 1946 1946; this example printed later Image/sheet (vis.): 9.25” x 7.375”; Frame: 19” x 15” Literature:

W H ITE SA NDS: BRET T

WESTO N, REVERE: LODI MA PRESS, 2 005, PL 1 5 .

$2,500-3,500

354 ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ HOMING SHIP, CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK 1944 Gelatin silver print Signed and dated in pencil “A Kertész/1944.” verso; bears the inscription in pencil “P. 182 C4553” verso; bears the inscription in pencil “AK0302” verso Image: 9.75” x 7.75”; Sheet: 10” x 8”; Frame: 21” x 17” Literature:

BOU RCIER , NOË L , A NDRÉ

KERTÉSZ, 2ND ED, NEW YORK: PH A I DON , 2 006, P 4 2.

$2,500-3,500

355 JERRY UELSMANN UNTITLED 1982 Gelatin silver print Signed and dated in pencil on mat “J.N.U. 1982” lower right; signed and dated on mat verso; retains ink stamp “Archivally Processed/Original Photograph/Jerry N. Uelsmann/copyright 1982” on mat verso Image (vis.): 12.75” x 10.25”; Frame: 21.375” x 17.5” $1,000-1,500


356 HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON UNTITLED 1932; this example printed 1970 Silver gelatin print Signed lower right sheet Image: 9.5” x 14.25”; Sheet: 12” x 16” $2,000-3,000

357 ALVIN BOOTH UNTITLED 1995 Toned gelatin silver print #10 of 15 Signed and dated in pencil lower left; edition lower right; bears the inscription in pencil “Untitled #950322 Printed 1995 New York City” verso Image: 12.75” x 9.75”; Sheet (vis.): 13.375” x 10.375”; Frame: 14” x 11” Provenance:

YAN C E Y R IC H AR D S O N GAL-

L E RY, N E W YO R K , N E W YO R K ; P R IVATE

199

358 EDMUND TESKE UNTITLED

W IL / ZÜR IC H : E D ITIO N STE MML E , 19 9 9, N P.

c. 1970 Gelatin silver print Bears the ink stamps “#974” and “489107” on frame backing verso Image/sheet: 7” x 10.5”; Frame: 24.25” x 20.25”

$2,500-3,500

$2,000-3,000

C O L L EC TIO N , LO S AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR E D D IR EC TLY F R O M TH E AB OV E )

Literature:

C OT TO N , C H AR LOT TE , ALV IN

B O OTH : C O R P US : B E YO N D TH E B O DY, TH AL-


359 BIANCA BRUNNER BOX AND CRATE (FROM UNINHABITABLE OBJECTS) (2) 2009 Silver gelatin print #3 of 5 and #4 of 5 Each signed on label verso; edition printed on label verso Each image/sheet: 12” x 16”; Each frame: 13.25” x 17.125” Literature:

BIA NCA BRU NNER : G A P I N T HE

REAL , EXH IBI TION CATA LOGU E, ZÜR I C H: V ERL AG S CH EIDEGGER A ND SPI ESS AG , 2 01 0, #19, # 24.

$2,000-3,000

360 JÖRG HEROLD FRIEDENSARBEIT AND KÜNSTLER (2) 2010 Digital print, watercolor, and stain Each signed and dated lower right; each retains Galerie Eigen + Art Gallery labels verso A: Image/sheet (vis.): 6” x 8”; Frame: 13” x 14.5”; B: Image/sheet (vis.): 6.5” x 8.25”; Frame: 12.875” x 14.375” $1,500-2,000


361 LIBBY BLACK ROOSTER IN GUCCI 2010 Gouache on paper Image/sheet: 11.75” x 8.5”; Frame: 18.75” x 15.25” Provenance:

P R IVAT E C OLLECTI ON,

UN ITE D STATE S ( AC Q U I R ED DI R ECTLY FR OM TH E ARTIST, 2 0 10)

$3,000-5,000

362 KARYN OLIVIER TWIN CITIES (PITTSBURGH/RIO) (DOUBLE VISION SERIES) 2010 Plexiglas mounted to C-print Image/sheet: 4.625” x 9.375” Exhibited:

“ MAGIC AL VI SI ONS: TEN CON-

TE MP O R ARY AF R IC AN AM ER I C AN ARTI STS, ” MEC H AN IC AL H AL L GA LLERY, U NI VER SI T Y O F D E L AWAR E , N E WAR K , FEBR UARY 1 -JU NE 2 9, 2 0 12

Literature:

MAGIC AL VI SI ONS: TEN CON-

TE MP O R ARY AF R IC AN AM ER I C AN ARTI STS, E X H IB ITIO N C ATALO G U E, NEWAR K : U NI VERS IT Y O F D E L AWAR E P R ESS, 201 2, P 30.

$1,500-2,000

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363 CHUCK CLOSE ALEX KATZ 1996 Monochrome digital pigment print on Arches Aquarelle cold pressed paper Printer’s Proof aside from the edition of 10 Signed in pencil lower center sheet beneath image; date inscribed lower right sheet beneath image; inscribed “P.P.” lower left sheet beneath image Image: 41.25” x 32.125”; Sheet: 46.875” x 34.75” $6,000-8,000


364 ROBERT LONGO UNTITLED (PL. 14 FROM MEN IN THE CITIES) 2005 Digital pigment print on Crane portfolio rag paper #7 of 15 Published by Adamson Editions, New York Signed and dated in pencil lower right image; edition inscribed in pencil lower left image Image: 40” x 26”; Sheet: 43” x 30”; Frame: 47.5” x 34.125” $5,000-7,000

203

365 ROBERT LONGO UNTITLED (WAVE #7) 2001 Iris print on Somerset Velvet paper Printer’s Proof aside from the edition of 12 Signed in pencil lower right; inscribed “PPI” lower left Image: 8.75” x 15.25”; Sheet: 10.25” x 23.75”; Frame: 13” x 26.75” $3,000-5,000


366 AI WEIWEI UNTITLED (FROM BECOMING)

367 AI WEIWEI UNTITLED (FROM BECOMING)

2009 Offset printed facsimile photograph From the book edition of 45; this print from the 147 offset printed facsimile photographs that were included with each editioned book Published by Ivorypress, Madrid Impressed with dry stamp of number and date lower left mat “071 2006.03.23” Each image/sheet: 5.75” x 8.625”; Each mat: 6” x 8.75”

2009 Offset printed facsimile photograph From the book edition of 45; this print from the 147 offset printed facsimile photographs that were included with each editioned book Published by Ivorypress, Madrid Impressed with dry stamp of number and date lower left mat “143 2007.12.25” Each image/sheet: 5.75” x 8.625”; Each mat: 6” x 8.75”

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

368 AI WEIWEI UNTITLED (FROM BECOMING)

369 AI WEIWEI UNTITLED (FROM BECOMING)

2009 Offset printed facsimile photograph From the book edition of 45; this print from the 147 offset printed facsimile photographs that were included with each editioned book Published by Ivorypress, Madrid Impressed with dry stamp of number and date lower left mat “101 2006.08.12” Each image/sheet: 5.75” x 8.625”; Each mat: 6” x 8.75”

2009 Offset printed facsimile photograph From the book edition of 45; this print from the 147 offset printed facsimile photographs that were included with each editioned book Published by Ivorypress, Madrid Impressed with dry stamp of number and date lower left mat “058 2006.02.07” Each image/sheet: 5.75” x 8.625”; Each mat: 6” x 8.75”

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000


370 GLENN LIGON 2000-2099 2011 Epson UltraChrome K3 Print on Museo Max 365 GSM paper #27 of 30 Published by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), printed by Lapis Press Signed and dated in pencil lower right sheet; edition lower left Together with original certificate from LACMA Image/sheet: 30” x 22” This limited edition print was produced on the occasion of the 2011 Collectors Committee at LACMA and in conjunction with the artist’s retrospective “Glenn Ligon - America” shown from October 23, 2011-January 22, 2012. Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

LO S AN GE L E S, C AL IFO R NI A ( ACQ U I R ED D IR EC TLY F R O M L AC M A , 201 2) ; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , LO S AN G ELES, CALI FOR NI A (GIF TE D D IR EC TLY F R OM TH E ABOVE)

$6,000-9,000

205


371 JEFF KOONS BALLOON DOG (BLUE) 1995 Cast porcelain with blue reflective finish #178 of 2300 MOCA Editions Retains facsimile of signature on MOCA label verso with edition Together with original box (not illustrated) and plate stands 10.25” diameter $13,000-15,000

372 IN THE STYLE OF JEFF KOONS EGG 2008 Cast porcelain with reflective finish Unknown edition size Published by the Broad Contemporary Art Museum at LACMA Together with original box 4.5” x 2.75” diameter This gift was presented as an invitation to gala guests for the opening of the Broad Contemporary Art Museum at LACMA. This scale model of Jeff Koons' Cracked Egg in the museum’s collection was funded by the support of Stuart and Lynda Resnick. $1,800-2,000


373 BRUCE HIGH QUALITY FOUNDATION UNTITLED 2011 Ink and paint on sheetrock Initialed “BHQFU” upper center 9” x 6.5” Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

UN ITE D STATE S ( AC Q U I R ED DI R ECTLY FR OM GR E Y AR E A , B R O O K LYN, NEW YOR K , 201 1 )

$8,000-12,000

207


374 WILLIAM T. WILEY FAKE WAR HIDE 1972 Hide, paper, ink, feathers, on wood panel Retains partial San Francisco Museum of Modern Art label verso Panel: 24.25” x 31.75” $4,000-6,000


375 ANTHONY MASTROMATTEO EPIPHANY 2009 Oil on linen on board Signed, titled, and dated verso; retains Adler & Co. Gallery label verso Board: 25” x 25”; Frame: 26.125” x 26.125” $1,500-2,000

209

376 MARIA NEPOMUCENO UNTITLED 2008 Ceramic, plastic beads, woven straw 19.75” x 27.5” x 19.75” Provenance:

P R IVATE C OLLECTI ON,

UN ITE D STATE S ( AC Q U I R ED DI R ECTLY FR OM L ISS O N GAL L E RY, LO NDON, U K , 2008)

$7,000-9,000


ASHTRAY VERSO

377 MARTIN KIPPENBERGER “KIPPENBERGER” ASHTRAY 1991 Printed book with three cigarette butts cast in resin #14 of 50 Published by TASCHEN Initialed and dated with edition verso 10.25” x 9.75” x 1.5” Literature:

TH E COMPLETE COLL EC TOR ’S

ED IT IO N S, ITA LY: TASCH EN, 20 13, P 1 52 .

$1,500-2,000

378 MIKE KELLEY #12 (WE COMMUNICATE ONLY THROUGH OUR SHARED DISMISSAL OF THE PRE-LINGUISTIC SERIES) 1995 Ektacolor photograph mounted on museum board, photocopied papers, computer disks From the edition of 5 Published by Patrick Painter Editions Signed in pencil verso Image/sheet (vis.): 16.75” x 22.625”; Frame: 25” x 31” Literature:

PATRI CK PA INTER EDI T I ON S:

1 9 9 1 -2 005, H ONG KONG: PATRI CK PA I N T E R ED IT IO N S, P 169.

$2,500-3,500


379 MARCEL DZAMA UNTITLED 2001 Watercolor and ink on paper Signed center right Image/sheet: 6” x 7”; Frame: 7.875” x 8.875” $2,000-3,000

380 MARCEL DZAMA UNTITLED 2001 Watercolor and ink on paper Signed lower right Image/sheet: 6” x 7”; Frame: 7.875” x 8.875” $2,000-3,000

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381 VIK MUNIZ UNTITLED (MEDUSA PLATE) 1999 Ceramic with printed image Published by The Peter Norton Christmas Project, Santa Monica Together with original packaging 12.25" diameter $1,000-1,500

382 KARA WALKER FREEDOM, A FABLE: A CURIOUS INTERPRETATION OF THE WIT OF A NEGRESS IN TROUBLED TIMES 2007 Leather bound volume of offset lithographs and five laser-cut, pop-up silhouettes on wove paper From the edition of 4000 Published by The Peter Norton Christmas Project, Santa Monica Together with original packaging Overall: 9.325” x 8.325” Literature:

DRU CKER , JOH A NNA , A N D

KRYST YNA WASSERMA N, TH E BOOK AS ART: ART ISTS’ BOOKS FROM TH E N AT I ON A L MUS EUM OF WOMEN IN TH E A RTS, P R I N CETO N : PRI NCETON A RCH I TECTU RA L P R E SS, 2 006, P 4 4.

$1,500-2,000


383 PETER COFFIN, ANNA GASKELL , AND NINA KATCHADOURIAN CHRISTMAS GIFTS (3) Comprised of Spiral, Pop-Up Photo Album by Peter Coffin (2006), Salt and Pepper Shakers by Nina Katchadourian (2007), and Peep Show by Anna Gaskell (2001) Published by The Peter Norton Christmas Project, Santa Monica Each together with original packaging Various dimensions $1,000-1,500

384 SANFORD BIGGERS, DANIEL MARTINEZ, AND YASUMASA MORIMURA CHRISTMAS GIFTS (3) Comprised of Animai-no-bi (Ambiguous Beauty) by Yasumasa Morimura (1995), Condoms by Daniel Martinez (1990), and Cheshire Smile by Sanford Biggers (2008) Published by The Peter Norton Christmas Project, Santa Monica Each together with original packaging Various dimensions $1,000-1,500

213


385 RICHARD OGINZ WARMING UP 1976 Pencil on paper Signed and dated in pencil upper center; retains Los Angeles County Museum of Art label verso Image/sheet: 22” x 30”; Frame: 24.5” x 32.625” Exhibited:

“ RICH A RD OGINZ: DR AWI N G S

FRO M A S CU LPTOR’S VI EW, ” LOS A N G E L E S CO UN T Y MU SEU M OF A RT, LOS A NG E L E S, FEBRUARY 27-MAY 18, 1997

$1,000-1,500

386 ALEXANDRE ISTRATI COMPOSITION c. 1981 Watercolor and ink on paper Signed in ink lower right; retains Galerie Tokoro label verso Image/sheet (vis.): 9.5” x 12.75”; Frame: 19.5” x 21.75” $2,000-3,000

387 DEWITT GODFREY UNTITLED 1991 Ink on paper Retains Miriam Butler Gallery label verso Sheet: 17” x 17”; Frame: 20.25” x 20.125” $1,500-2,000


388 FERNANDO & HUMBERTO CAMPANA SPAGHETTI STOOL Campana Objetos, designed 1998 15.75” x 20” diameter $3,000-5,000

389 FERNANDO & HUMBERTO CAMPANA BROTHERS LAMP Campana Objetos, designed c. 2000 13.25” x 9” x 9” (adjustable) $2,000-3,000

215 390 FERNANDO & HUMBERTO CAMPANA MAGAZINE HOLDER Campana Objetos, designed c. 2000 11.5” x 13” x 7.375” $2,000-3,000

391 JACK ROTH UNTITLED 1982 Acrylic on paper Signed and dated lower right Together with book on the artist Image/sheet: 42.25” x 30”; Frame: 48.375” x 35.5” $2,000-3,000


392 TERRY WINTERS PARIS REVIEW 35TH ANNIVERSARY 1988 Offset color lithograph on paper Unknown edition size Published by ULAE, Bay Shore Initialed upper left; publisher blind stamp lower left Image/sheet: 38.75” x 26.75”; Frame: 48.375” x 35.5” $1,500-2,000

393 PIERRE SOULAGES SERIGRAPHIE N o . 15 1981 Color screenprint on paper #27 of 250 Published by Circle Fine Art, Chicago; printed by Michael Caza, Cergy Signed with edition in pencil lower left Image/sheet: 41.5” x 28.5”; Frame: 49” x 36.625” Literature:

ENCREVE, PIERRE, S OU L AG E S,

L’O EUV RE COMPLET, PEINTU RES, VOL I I I , PARIS : ÉD ITIONS DU SEU I L , 1998, #1 07.

$1,500-2,000


394 RUT BRYK UNTITLED Arabia, designed c. 1968 Painted and glazed ceramic Signed “Bryk/Arabia” and “807” verso; incised “Bryk I” verso 19.875” x 11.75 x 1.5” $4,000-6,000

217 395 ODELBERG OLSON WORK CHAIRS (2) Model no. T60 Knoll (distributor), designed 1949 Each: 32.75” x 20” x 16.5” Literature:

K N O L L ASSOCI ATES CATA-

LO GUE, 195 0, P 2 5 .

$2,000-3,000

396 ALVAR AALTO HIGH STOOLS (2) Artek, designed c. 1935; these examples produced later Each: 28” x 16” x 12” $1,000-1,500


397 LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE LOUNGE CHAIRS (4) Model no. MR Knoll International, designed 1927; these examples produced later Each: 32” x 23.5” x 36” $5,000-7,000

398 MARCEL BREUER LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Model no. B35 Thonet, designed 1928-29; these examples produced later Each: 32.75” x 25.5” x 32” Literature:

FIELL , CH A RLOT TE & P E T E R ,

1000 CHAIRS, COLOGNE: TASCH E N , 1 9 9 7, P 1 69.

$2,500-3,500


MARKINGS AND LABEL

399 HERBERT BAYER DOUBLE ASCENSION MAQUETTE 1978 Acrylic painted wood Signed and dated “Bayer 1978/73”; bears the inscription “bayer 1978/73/ double ascension/(8-shaped)/20 Ø 5 3/4 h wood painted” underneath base Together with three catalogues 6” x 20” diameter at base This is a maquette modeled after the large-scale sculpture Double Ascension executed by the artist in 1973. The sculpture was commissioned by ARCO. $4,000-6,000

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400 WARREN MCARTHUR SOFA Warren McArthur Corp., designed c. 1935 30.5” x 73.5” x 33” $4,000-6,000

401 WARREN MCARTHUR CHAIRS (4) Warren McArthur Corp., designed c. 1935 Each: 30” x 32” x 23.5” $4,000-6,000


402 WARREN MCARTHUR FOLDING CHAIRS (4) Mayfair Industries, Inc., designed c. 1930s Each with label, two with upholstery tag Each: 32.875” x 23.625” x 20.25” $1,500-2,000

403 LE CORBUSIER , PIERRE JEANNERET AND CHARLOTTE PERRIAND COUCH Model no. Grand Modele LC3 Cassina, designed 1928, this example produced later Retains upholstery tags 25.25” x 66” x 28.25” Literature:

F IE L L , C H AR LOT TE & P ETER ,

10 0 0 C H AIR S, C O LO GNE: TASC H EN, 1 997, P 19 1.

$1,500-2,000

221


404 JOSEF HOFFMANN SETTEE AND ARMCHAIRS (3) J. & J. Kohn, designed c. 1915; Each retains brand “J&J. Kohn/ Teschen-Austria” Settee: 28.5” x 47.75” x 21”; Chairs each: 29” x 21.5” x 19” $3,000-5,000


405 THONET ROCKING CHAIR Thonet, designed c. 1890; this example produced first quarter of 20th century 41.74” x 41” x 19.5” $1,000-1,500

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406 JOSEF HOFFMANN FLEDERMAUS CHAIRS AND SETTEE (3) Model no. 728 J. & J. Kohn, designed 1916; Settee: 30” x 47” x 22”; Chairs each: 30” x 23” x 22” Literature:

F IE L L , C H AR LOT TE & P ETER ,

10 0 0 C H AIR S, C O LO GNE: TASC H EN, 1 997, P 12 6 .

$2,000-3,000


407 BILL BRACKNEY INFINITUM #3 1973 Oil on shaped particle board Signed and dated with title verso 39.75” x 14.5” x 1.5” Bill Brackney was an artist who explored the Hard Edge Movement by implementing custom-shaped supports (canvas, particle board) to better display color and shapes in a three-dimensional format. He exhibited at the Mary Moore Gallery in La Jolla, California in the early 1970s. $600-800


408 KIP DECKER COASTAL POSTAL 1969 Oil on shaped canvas Initialed and dated upper right Together with original invoice Canvas: 34.125” x 70.75”; Frame: 72.75” x 35.875” Provenance:

E STH E R B EAR G ALLERY,

SAN TA B AR B AR A , C ALI FOR NI A; P R I VATE C O L L EC TIO N , LO S AN G ELES, CALI FOR NI A ( AC Q UIR E D D IR EC TLY FR OM TH E AB OVE, O C TO B E R 19 6 9)

$300-500

409 WALTER CADE III DO STORKS REALLY BRING BABIES, OR DO THEY COME BY SUBWAY? c. 1981 Mixed-media relief with collage Signed “Walter Cade III” lower right; retains the Studio Gallery pamphlet verso; title inscribed in pencil verso Image/sheet (vis.): 31.25” x 47.75”; Frame: 32.5” x 49 Provenance:

TH E E STATE OF EU DOR AH

MO O R E , PASAD E N A , CALI FOR NI A

$1,000-2,000

225


410 JOHN GRILLO UNTITLED 1950 Gouache on paper Signed and dated lower left; Image/sheet: 20” x 26”; Frame: 27.25” x 33.25” $2,500-3,500

411 JOHN OUTTERBRIDGE UNTITLED 1962 Oil on wood panel Signed and dated lower left Image/panel (vis.): 11.75” x 47.5”; Frame: 16.75” x 52.375” $3,000-5,000

412 SONJA SEKULA UNTITLED 1946 Gouache on paper Signed and dated lower right Image/sheet (vis.): 22” x 28.75”; Frame: 29.25” x 36.25” $3,000-5,000


413 HAROLD FRANK UNTITLED 1954 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right; signed in pencil verso Canvas: 40.375” x 31.75”; Frame: 45.125” x 36” $2,500-3,500

414 HAROLD FRANK UNTITLED 1964 Oil on paper on Masonite Signed and dated lower center Image/Masonite: 9.75” x 22.75”; Frame: 17.25” x 30.125” $2,500-3,500

415 HENRY MILLER UNTITLED 1957 Watercolor on paper Signed and dated in pencil lower right “Henry Miller 12/57” Image/sheet (vis.): 12” x 10”; Frame: 21.375” x 18.5” $1,000-1,500

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416 STIFFEL TABLE LAMPS (2) Stiffel, designed c. 1950s 40” x 18” diameter and 38” x 18” diameter $4,000-6,000

417 PIERRE CARDIN DINING TABLE Pierre Cardin, designed c. 1970s 29” x 83.75” x 43.75” $5,000-7,000

418 PAUL EVANS COFFEE TABLE Directional, designed c. 1970s 15.5” x 48” x 48” $5,000-7,000


419 WARREN PLATNER DESK Model no. 4304 Knoll International, designed 1973 Together with file cabinet of another design (manufacturer and designer unknown), not illustrated Desk: 29.5” x 91” x 43”; Cabinet: 32.25” x 41” x 24” Literature:

S C H IF F E R , NANC Y, K NOLL

H O ME & O F F IC E F UR NI TU R E, ATG LEN: S C H IF F E R P UB L IS H ING LTD, 2006, P 26 6.

$3,000-5,000

229

420 ATTRIBUTED TO CEDRIC HARTMAN FLOOR LAMP Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1960s 40” x 21” x 19” $1,500-2,000


421 AMERICAN MODERN FREE-STANDING SHELF Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1990 53” x 60” x 22” $2,500-3,500

422 AMERICAN MODERN CACTUS LAMP Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1970s 61” x 15” diameter $3,000-5,000

423 JENS RISOM HIGHBACK CHAIRS (2) Jens Risom Design, Inc., designed c. 1960 Each retains manufacturer's label Each: 39.5” x 28” x 24” $3,000-5,000


424 GERALD MCCABE DINING TABLE Custom, designed c. 1970s 28.75” x 77” x 77” $2,500-3,500

425 LEON FROST ARMCHAIRS (8) Lion in Frost, Inc., designed c. 1970s Each engraved: "Lion in Frost" Each: 33” x 25” x 21.5” $3,000-5,000

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426 REUBEN HALEY VASE Ruba Rombic, designed c. 1928; 9.75” x 8” x 8” Provenance:

TH E ESTATE OF EU DOR A H

MO O RE, PASA DENA , CA LIFORNI A

$400-600

427 AMERICAN MODERN ARMCHAIRS (2) Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1948 Each: 30” x 31” x 26” $1,500-2,000

428 ANDREW SZOEKE COFFEE TABLE Andrew Szoeke Associates, designed c. 1950s 18.25” x 36” x 24” $2,000-3,000

TOP DETAIL


429 FRENCH MODERN CLUB CHAIRS (2) Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1950 Each: 42” x 29.5” x 25” $3,000-5,000

430 ROGER CAPRON COFFEE TABLE Studio, designed c. 1960 Signed “R. Capron” in the tile 15.25” x 40” x 16” $3,000-4,000

431 IN THE STYLE OF JACQUES ADNET CAMPAIGN CHAIR Manufacturer unknown, designed c. 1950s 36” x 22.75” x 28.5” $2,000-3,000

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432 WALTER SPITZER SEATED NUDE WITH FISH 1967 Oil on canvas Signed lower right; inscribed “Mai 1967” verso Canvas (vis.): 31” x 31”; Frame: 39.25” x 39.25” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON ,

LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A (ACQ U I R E D D IRECT LY FROM TH E A RTI ST ); TH E N C E BY D ES CEN T

$3,000-5,000

433 WALTER SPITZER UNTITLED (BOUQUET) 1956 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right Canvas (vis.): 17.75” x 14.5”; Frame: 25.25” x 22” Provenance:

PRI VATE COLLECTI ON ,

LO S AN G ELES, CA LI FORNI A (ACQ U I R E D D IRECT LY FROM TH E A RTI ST ); TH E N C E BY D ES CEN T

$2,000-3,000


434 ROOKWOOD CERAMICS (11) Rookwood, designed c. 1905-1930 Largest: 8.25”; Smallest: 3.5” $1,500-2,000

435 SURVEY OF ARTS & CRAFTS CERAMICS (25) Roseville, McCoy, Weller, Van Briggle, early 20th century Largest: 8.5”; Smallest: 2.75” $3,000-5,000

PARTIAL ILLUSTRATION

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RESCISSION Should the authenticity of an item be disputed after a sale, the buyer has 90 days from the date of the auction to provide written documentation or conclusive opinion of a mutually agreed upon independent expert, retained at the buyer's sole expense, that the item in question is not as stated in the catalogue. In the event of an error, Modern Auctions, Inc. will rescind the purchase contract. Modern Auctions, Inc. will reimburse the buyer for no more than the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium and only after the item is returned to the original point of sale in the condition in which it was sold. Taxes, packing, shipping, and storage costs will not be reimbursed. Modern Auctions, Inc. is not liable for any costs, such as expert's and attorney’s fees. If the item is authentic, as stated in the Modern Auctions, Inc. catalogue, then the purchaser shall bear Modern Auctions, Inc.’s expenses incurred in defense of the allegation, such as attorney’s fees and other costs. The limited right of rescission is only available to the original purchaser from Modern Auctions, Inc. Once the item is resold, then all rights and liabilities of Modern Auctions, Inc. regarding authenticity end. THE PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AGAINST MODERN AUCTIONS, INC. FOR ANY REASON IS THE LIMITED RIGHT OF RESCISSION DESCRIBED IN THIS SECTION. The purchaser shall not be entitled to damages, compensatory, incidental, consequential, nominal or punitive, nor any expenses incurred during the proceedings, such as expert's fees, attorney’s fees, and other costs.

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Peter Loughrey, Principal Auctioneer Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA) 16145 Hart Street, Van Nuys, CA 91406


OCTOBER 2014

MODERN ART & DESIGN ALBERTO GIACOMETTI LAMPADAIRE À TÊTE DE FEMME Bronze 60.5” to top of finial (not including fixture) x 8.375” diameter at base Provenance:

P RI VATE COLLECTI ON, LOS

AN GE L E S, C AL IFOR NI A ( ACQ U I R ED DI R EC TLY F R O M D IEGO GIACOM ET TI , C 1 96 0)

$80,000-120,000

PETER LOUGHRE Y, DIRECTOR 323-904-1950 | PETER@L AMODERN.COM


NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS OCTOBER 2014

P E T E R L O U G H R E Y, D I R E C T O R 3 2 3 - 9 0 4 - 195 0 | P E T E R @ L A M O D E R N .C O M

PHOTO CREDIT: NOE MONTES

MODERN ART & DESIGN


INDEX A

Aalto, Alvar Aarnio, Eero Ackerman, Evelyn Addams, Charles Adnet, Jacques Albers, Josef Altoon, John Andreson, Laura Arntz, Michael

396 132 34, 36 86 431 157 37-41 333-35 268

B

Baldessari, John 287-89 Basaldella, Mirko 114 Baughman, Milo 44 Bayer, Herbert 399 Bell, Larry 292 Bertoia, Harry 131 Bianconi, Fulvio 123-24 Biggers, Sanford 384 Bill, Max 158 Bitters, Stan 33 Black, Libby 361 Bolotowsky, Ilya 150 Booth, Alvin 357 Borofsky, Jonathan 302 Bowling, Mary 267 Brackney, Bill 407 Brawley, Robert 111 Breuer, Marcel 398 Bruce High Quality 373 Brunner, Bianca 359 Bryk, Rut 394 Buffet, Bernard 98

C

Cade, Walter III 409 Cadovius, Poul 76 Calder, Alexander 217, 351 Campana 388-90 Capron, Roger 430 Cardin, Pierre 417 Cartier-Bresson, Henri 356 Chapman, Dan 130 Close, Chuck 363 Coffin, Peter 383 Conner, Bruce 303 Cressey, David 29-30

D

Davie, Alan 221 Decker, Kip 408 Di Mare, Dominic 269 di Suvero, Mark 299 Diebenkorn, Richard 281 Dill, Guy 297-98 Dill, Laddie John 301 Dine, Jim 167 Dodge, Tomory 228 Dowd, Robert 171 Dzama, Marcel 379-80

E

Eames, Charles 13, 14, 19-25 Edmondson, Leonard 32, 321-22 Ellis, Robert 273 Espenet, Arthur 311 Evans, Paul 418 Everts, Connor 276-78

F

Faleschini, Guido Falkenstein, Claire Flavin, Dan Fornasetti, Piero Foulkes, Llyn Francis, Sam Frank, Harold Frankenthaler, Helen Frost, Leon

118 325 227 113 271-72 55-59 413-14 219-20 425

G

Gaskell, Anna 383 Gehry, Frank 12 Giacometti, Alberto 109 Gillespie, David 42 Girard, Alexander 21, 135 Glass, Henry P. 136 Godfrey, DeWitt 387 Goeritz, Mathias 348 Goldberg, Michael 222-23 Goode, Joe 284-86 Grillo, John 410 Grooms, Red 138-41 Grossman, Greta 43, 45 Guerriero, Henry 326

H

Hadzi, Dimitri 216 Haese, Günter 240 Haines, William 174-214 Haley, Reuben 426 Hammersley, Frederick 295-96 Hartman, Cedric 420 Harwood, June 294 Herold, Jörg 360 Hoffmann, Josef 404, 406 Hundevad, Poul 84

I

Ikegawa, Shiro Indiana, Robert Istrati, Alexandre

J

Jacobsen, Arne Jalk, Grete Johnson, Dan Johnston, Ynez

27 134 386

68-69 80 46-47 318-20

K

Kaneko, Jun 26 Kasparian, George 254-55 Kasper, Paul 145 Katchadourian, Nina 383 Kelley, Mike 378 Kelly, Ellsworth 156 Kertész, André 354 Kienholz, Ed 6-7 Kippenberger, Martin 377 Knoll, Florence 144, 147-48 Koons, Jeff 371-72

L

Lachaise, Gaston Lamb, Walter Lebrun, Rico Le Corbusier Lelli, Angelo Levee, John Lichtenstein, Roy

110 342-45 279 403 120 102 165

Ligon, Glenn Lindner, Richard Lodato, Peter Loewy, Raymond Longo, Robert

370 149 293 259 364-65

M

Madsen, Svend A. 78 Magistretti, Vico 146 Maloof, Sam 306-10 Mangold, Robert 350 Mangold, Sylvia 152 Martinez, Daniel 384 Mastromatteo, Anthony 375 Matisse, Henri 100 McArthur, Warren 400-402 McCabe, Gerald 424 McIntosh, Harrison 327-29 Mies van der Rohe 397 Miller, Henry 415 Miró, Joan 99 Mogensen, Børge 83 Morimura, Yasumasa 384 Morris, William 313 Motherwell, Robert 218 Mourgue, Olivier 137 Muller, Theodore 256 Muniz, Vik 381 Murtic, Edo 225-26

N

Nakashima, George 241-48 Natzler 336-41 Nauman, Bruce 8 Nelson, George 15-18, 143 Nepomuceno, Maria 376 Nierman, Leonardo 104

O

Oginz, Richard 385 Oldenburg, Claes 168-69 Olivier, Karyn 362 Olson, Odelberg 395 Oppenheim, Dennis 290 Oppenheim, Meret 257-58 Outterbridge, John 411

P

Parisi, Ico & Luisa Pettibone, Richard Pianon, Alessandro Picasso, Pablo Platner, Warren Poli, Flavio Ponti, Gio Price, Ken Prince, Richard Probber, Harvey

R

115 170 128 88-97 419 129 117 5 9 263

Rauschenberg, Robert 231-39 Rie, Lucie 35 Risom, Jens 423 Rivera, Diego 106-107 Robsjohn-Gibbings 265-66 Rodrigues, Sergio 347 Rookwood 434 Roth, Jack 391 Ruhlmann, Émile-Jacques 101 Ruscha, Ed 1-4

S

Sachs, Herman 52-53 Sarfatti, Gino 112, 119, 122, 125, 127 Sekula, Sonja 412 Serra, Richard 153 Shelton, Peter 304 Shire, Peter 11 Smith, John 315-17 Smith, Kiki 159 Sorenson, Don 300 Sottsass, Ettore 116, 121 Soulages, Pierre 393 Spitzer, Walter 432-33 Statom, Therman 10 Steinberg, Saul 87 Stella, Frank 154-55 Stocksdale, Bob 314 Szoeke, Andrew 428

T

TAC 260-61 Tackett, La Gardo 28, 31 Tamayo, Rufino 105 Teske, Edmund 358 Thiebaud, Wayne 280 Thonet 405 Toparovsky, Simon 274-75 Tunberg, William 160 Tuttle, Paul 49-51

U

Uelsmann, Jerry

V

Valentine, De Wain Van Keppel, Hendrik Vasarely, Jean-Pierre Venini, Paolo Vodder, Arne von Nessen, Greta Voulkos, Peter

355

291 48 151 126 77 264 312

W

Walker, Kara 382 Warhol, Andy 163-66, 172-73 Wayne, June 323-24 Webster, Chuck 229-30 Wegner, Hans 63-67, 71-75 Weiwei, Ai 366-69 Welling, James 305 Wesselmann, Tom 161-62 Weston, Brett 352-53 White, Charles 54 Wiley, William T. 374 Wilke, Hannah 108 Winters, Terry 392 Woelffer, Emerson 60-62 Wohlert, Vilhelm 82 Wonner, Paul 282-83 Wood, Beatrice 330-32 Wormley, Edward 249-53

Z

Zimmer, Hans Zorach, William

224 215

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Peter Loughrey Director, Modern Art & Design

AUCTION:

SUNDAY, MAY 18, 2014 12 p.m. Noon (PST)

Shannon Loughrey Managing Director

PREVIEW:

Elizabeth Portanova Marketing Director

MAY 5 – 17, 2014 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (PST)

Zoe Weinberg Cataloguer

ADDRESS:

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16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91406

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323-904-1950

WEBSITE: LAMODERN.com

Cataloguing, Essays, and Editing Zoe Weinberg Paul Des Marais

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VAN NUYS AIRPORT

SEPULVEDA BLVD

405 FREEWAY

LAMA

WOODLEY AVE

VALJEAN AVE

SHERMAN WAY

HART ST

FROM THE WESTSIDE 101 FREEWAY

WOODLAND HILLS

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Make your way to the 101 Freeway Proceed North on the 101 Merge onto the 405 Freeway, NORTH Take the 4th exit onto “Sherman Way, WEST” Proceed WEST on Sherman Way Turn LEFT at the 3rd light onto “Woodley” Take the first RIGHT onto “Hart” street, which is a side street

HOLLYWOOD

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Take the 405 Freeway, NORTH Continue past the Getty Museum and the 101 Interchange Exit onto “Sherman Way, WEST” (this is 4 exits North of the 101) Proceed WEST on Sherman Way Turn LEFT at the 3rd light onto “Woodley” Take the first RIGHT onto “Hart” street, which is a side street

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Photography Susan Einstein Mario de Lopez Noe Montes

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