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Preview: June 18 - 25, 10-6pm Auction: Sunday, June 26, 12pm (PST) 16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91406


In anticipation of “Pacific Standard Time”, an initiative of The Getty that launches this fall, we are excited to offer many iconic California works in this auction. From paintings and prints, to ceramics and furniture, you will see many similar works in dozens of participating institutions and galleries along the West Coast starting in September. Unique design originals by Neutra, Natzler, Espenet, Maloof, and many others, are quickly disappearing from view in the market and will be increasingly hard to source in the very near future. William “Billy” Haines’ work has often found a happy buyer at LAMA, but we have never before seen a piece actually stamped or marked in any way. Provenance is usually the selling point, but in this sale two pieces that were made for F. Hugh and Mary Herbert, relatively unknown names in Hollywood today, are stamped “DESIGNED BY WM. HAINES”. Other works from this commission include lamps, tables, seating and pictures all selected by Haines at the height of his career. Robert Rauschenberg’s Untitled (Combine) 1958 was created out of intense artistic passion and is infused with care and sensitivity that one only finds in a work made by an artist for a close friend. It is small the way a Fabergé egg is small. Conversely, the actual concept behind the Combines from this period was enormous and is of staggering importance in Modern Art history, with larger examples topping $10 million within the past year. Opportunities to join the club of Combine owners will soon be available only to the ultra-wealthy; don’t miss this chance! Other highlights in our Fine Art offerings include originals by Calder, Appel, Anuskiewicz, Avery, Venard and Botello. Plus works created in California by Pettibone, Cascella, and George Chann to name just a few of the more than three dozen unique works made here. Our effort to offer more photography is evidenced with works by Man Ray, Sugimoto, Sherman, Rauschenberg, Wegman, Serrano and others. Add to this impressive list rare examples of graphics and multiples by Warhol, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, Picasso and Miro, and you will see why LAMA is fast becoming the preferred auction house on the West Coast.

As always, we hope you will enjoy this latest selection of Design and Art as much as we have.

PETER LOUGHREY, DIRECTOR

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1 MAN RAY UNTITLED (ARTIST STUDIO, PARIS) 1952 Vintage Silver Gelatin print Inscribed on plastic overleaf “1952 Greetings Juliet and Man Ray” Sheet 6.875” x 9.25” Provenance:

ESTATE OF JA MES BYR N E S

$2,000-3,000

MAN RAY AND JAMES BYRNES James Byrnes, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of History, Science, and Art from 1946 to 1953, first met Man Ray at a barbeque in the summer of 1949. Byrnes described Man Ray as “difficult to start a conversation with” because he “disliked critics and museum people.” Shortly thereafter, however, Byrnes became friends with Man Ray and his social group, which included artist William Copley, his student and muse Gloria de Herrera, his wife Juliet, and Selma Browner. This original collection, unearthed from Byrnes’ estate, depicts Man Ray, his life and his friends, who were perpetual subject matter. We see the more familiar “darkly serious” Man Ray as well as moments of jovial anticipation before the group embarks on their fabled journey to Paris in 1951. Literature: Track 16 Gallery / Robert Berman Gallery. Man Ray: Paris-LA. Santa Monica: Smart Art Press, 1996. Print.

2 MAN RAY UNTITLED (SELF PORTAIT) Vintage photgraph, circa 1946 #45 of 50 Signed lower right; edition lower left; ink stamp verso “Man Ray Paris” Sheet 9.75” x 7” Provenance:

ESTATE OF JA MES BYR N E S

$2,000-3,000

3 MAN RAY UNTITLED (SELF PORTAIT) 1951 Vintage Silver Gelatin print Inscribed, signed and dated recto Sheet 6.5” x 4.5” Provenance:

ESTATE OF JA MES BYR N E S

$2,000-3,000


4 MAN RAY UNTITLED (CHESS MATCH, GLORIA AND WILLIAM) AND FIVE OTHERS (6) Circa 1948-1951 Vintage Silver Gelatin print (3) & and Vintage Silver Gelatin contact print (3) Together with five other works: Untitled (Self Portrait with William Copley and Painting); two are Untitled (Man Ray & Juliet with friends on the eve of departing Los Angeles); Untitled (Still Life of Chess Set) signed and inscribed verso; and Untitled (Portrait William Copley and Gloria de Herrera in front of Man Ray painting) One signed and inscribed verso Dimensions vary, largest sheet 10” x 8” Provenance:

E STATE O F JAME S BY R N E S

$6,000-9,000

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5 MAN RAY SCULPTURE LIEGE 1926 Printed later (before 1950) Vintage Silver Gelatin print Signature and dated verso “Man Ray” in ball point pen Sheet 6.875”h x 4” Provenance:

ESTATE OF JA MES BYR N E S

$1,500-2,000

6 MAN RAY UNTITLED (SELF PORTRAIT) Lithograph #28 of 250 Signed lower left Image 8” x 7.25” Provenance:

ESTATE OF JA MES BYR N E S

$500-700

7 MAN RAY PAUL & MARY BIG SUR 1951 Vintage Silver Gelatin print Signed verso “Man Ray 1951” also bears inscription verso “I was there Juliet Man Ray” Sheet 3.5” x 4.675” Provenance:

ESTATE OF JA MES BYR N E S

$1,500-2,000


8 JULIUS SHULMAN UNTITLED (NESBITT RESIDENCE) 1942 Vintage Silver Gelatin print Retains Julius Shulman and Richard Neutra ink stamps verso 8” x 10” $2,000-3,000

9 LUCKHAUS STUDIO RICHARD NEUTRA’S STRATHMORE APARTMENTS (2) Circa 1937 Vintage Silver Gelatin print Each retains Luckhaus Studio and Richard Neutra ink stamps verso 10” x 8” and 6.5” x 10” (trimmed) $1,000-1,500

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10 ALEXANDER CALDER BUTTERFLY AND SPIRAL 1970 Gouache and ink on paper Signature and date lower right; The Waddington Galleries label verso Sheet 29.25” x 43”; Frame 41.75” x 55.5” $35,000-45,000

11 ALEXANDER CALDER UNTITLED Lithograph #112 of 150 Signed lower right; edition lower left Frame 29.5” x 20.75” $1,000-1,500


12 CHARLES & RAY EAMES STORAGE UNIT Model no. ESU-420-C Herman Miller, designed 1952 58.675”h x 47”w x 16.75”d Literature:

E AME S DESI G N: TH E WOR K OF

TH E O F F IC E O F C H ARLES AND R AY EAM ES, N E UH ART, AB R AMS, 1 989, P G 1 29

$8,000-12,000

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13 GEORGE NELSON SPOKE CLOCK Model no. 2227 Howard Miller, designed 1955 Retains Howard Miller label verso 24”diameter Literature:

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

WRIT ER , DESI GNER , TEACH ER , VIT R A , 2 008 , PG 290

$1,000-1,500

14 CHARLES & RAY EAMES HIGHBACK CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Aluminum Group Herman Miller, designed 1958 Chair 38”h x 26”w x 34”d $1,200-1,500


15 RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ GILT ORDER 1969 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated verso; Sidney Janis Gallery label verso 48” x 48” $18,000-25,000

16 RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ UNTITLED 1968 Lithograph Signature and date lower right Image 36” x 36”; Frame 37.75” x 37.75” $1,000-1,500

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17 SORI YANAGI ELEPHANT STOOLS Yanagi, designed 1954 Two with labels Each 13”h x 13” x 14” $3,000-5,000


18 JOHN BALDESSARI STONEHENGE (WITH TWO PERSONS) RED 2005 Mixografia on handmade paper #41 of 60 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet 28.5” x 31”; Frame 41.5” x 44” $5,000-7,000

19 JOHN BALDESSARI STONEHENGE (WITH TWO PERSONS) YELLOW 2005 Mixografia on handmade paper #22 of 60 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet 28.5” x 31”; Frame 41.5” x 44” $5,000-7,000

20 JOHN BALDESSARI UNTITLED 1998 Lithograph with color Artist Proof 14 Signature and date lower right; edition lower left Sheet 10” x 8”; Frame 11.75” x 10.75” $1,000-1,500

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21 GEORGE NELSON MOTION NOTION TABLE CLOCK Model no. 2270 C-PB Howard Miller, designed 1959 Retains Howard Miller label 6”h x 5.25”diameter Literature:

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

WRIT ER , DESIGNER , TEACH ER , VI T R A , 2 008 , PG 296

$6,000-8,000


15 22 ARTHUR UMANOFF, ATTRIBUTED DIGITAL CLOCK Howard Miller, designed circa 1978 Retains Howard Miller label 56”h x 13” x 9” $4,000-6,000


23 REX GOODE “PIG” PLANTER Model no. G-99 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1949 13”h x 26.5” x 42” $2,500-3,500

24 REX GOODE “PIG” PLANTER Model no. G-99L Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1949 14”h x 26” x 41.75” $2,500-3,500


25 JOHN FOLLIS PLANTER WITH STAND

26 JOHN FOLLIS PLANTER WITH STAND

27 LA GARDO TACKETT INVERTED DOUBLE CONE PLANTER

28 LA GARDO TACKETT DOUBLE CONE PLANTER

Model no. F07 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Bisque unglazed Impressed signature 16.5”h (8”h without stand) x 21”d

Model no. F112 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Bisque unglazed 21”h (9.5”h without stand) x 16.5”d

Model no. IN-01 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Bisque unglazed 8”h x 12”d

Model no. T101 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Bisque unglazed 8”h x 21”d

$800-1,200

$700-900

$700-900

$800-1,200

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29 MALCOLM LELAND FRUIT BOWL/CENTERPIECE BOWL Studio, designed circa 1951 9”h x 9”diameter $700-900

30 LA GARDO TACKETT COOKIE JAR Schmid International, designed 1958 Signed verso “Designed by Tackett Schmid International 1958” 13”h x 11” x 8” $700-900

31 MARILYN KAY AUSTIN PAIR OF PLANTERS Model no. A-20 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1968 Light Olive glazed ceramic 22”h x 13”diameter $1,000-1,500


32 GORDON NEWELL ANTEATER Model no. NB1 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1958 Glazed ceramic 8”h x 27” x 6” Literature:

ARCHITECTURAL POT TERY

CATALOGUE , MAR C H 1 961

$3,500-4,500

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33 ROBERT LONGO RICK

34 ROBERT LONGO RAPHAEL (FROM MEN IN THE CITIES)

1994 Lithograph on Arches Cover paper HC 13 of 18; aside from the edition of 170 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet 45.875” x 30”; Frame 52” x 36”

1998 Lithograph on Rives BFK paper #13 of 120 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet 45.875” x 30”; Frame 52” x 36”

$5,000-8,000

$5,000-8,000


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35 GEORGE NELSON COCONUT CHAIR Model no. 5569 Herman Miller, designed 1955 32”h x 40”l x 33”d $3,000-5,000


36 GEORGE NELSON “CSS” UNIT Comprehensive Storage System (CSS) Herman Miller, designed circa 1958 Together with Charles & Ray Eames side chair 88”h x 129 x 23”d $4,000-5,000


37 HARRY BERTOIA PAIR OF “BIRD” CHAIRS AND OTTOMANS Model no. 423LU Knoll, designed 1952 Chairs: 38.5”h x 38”w x 36”d $1,500-2,000

38 ISAMU NOGUCHI COFFEE TABLE Model no. IN 50 Herman Miller, designed 1947 15”h x 50.5” x 36” $1,000-1,500

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39 DIETER RAMS STEREO Model no. Audio 1M Braun, designed 1962 Retains original manufacturers pamphlet 6.25”h x 25.5” x 11” $2,000-3,000


MODERN DESIGN MEETS TECHNOLOGY “GOOD DESIGN IS AESTHETIC. GOOD DESIGN IS HONEST. GOOD DESIGN IS LONG-LASTING.” –DIETER RAMS

The 1950s and 60s were decades of rapid change for industrial designers, especially the engineers at Braun, the German company that had already established itself as a pioneer in the electronics market. Harnessing the recent engineering advances from World War II, Artur and Erwin Braun – sons of Max Braun, the company’s founder – were ready to begin creating an entirely new set of products. This SK2b Radio, designed circa 1955, is an example of a household listening device intended for a table, a distinct evolution from the earlier generation of electronics disguised in wooden furniture. That same year, Dieter Rams joined Braun as an architect and interior designer. He mostly worked on exhibition sets, but he quickly became fascinated by electronics. In 1956, he collaborated with Hans Gugelot from the Ulm School of Design to create the SK4 combination radio and record player. The case was metal with wooden side panels, the control knobs were adjacent to the turntable rather than tucked away on the side, and the cover was made of transparent plastic. By uniting a variety of materials with modern design, the SK4 became an industry standard that was immediately replicated by competitors. By 1962, Rams had been appointed the director of design and thus given the opportunity to update the SK4 based on recent developments in transistor technology. Smaller transistors replaced the bulky hot tubes required for clear sound, allowing Rams to create the Audio 1 M Compact Stereo, complete with an entire set of knobs, buttons, and dials next to the turntable. Rams also designed the L45 speaker and TG60 tape recorder to accompany the Audio 1 M on the 606 shelving system, an adjustable shelving unit he had been designing for Vitsoe + Zapf since 1957. Jonathan Ive, vice president of industrial design at Apple and chief designer of the iMac, MacBook Pro, and iPhone, has cited Rams as one of his main influences. Notice the brushed aluminum unibody of the MacBook Pro, offspring of Rams’ ground breaking design that was originally employed in the Audio 1 M, which again separated Braun from its competitors. Both cyclical and ironic, this shimmering grey aesthetic distinguishes Apple from other common, plastic-encased laptops that are usually black, the primary color that Rams used on his Studio 1000 sound system to mark the inception of high fidelity technology. As was expected, black became the industry standard in electronics well into the 21st century, again thanks to Rams. Whether he’s working with record players, calculators, electric shavers, or furniture, Dieter Rams is a true innovator and has become one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. Literature: “Dieter Rams.” Design Museum. Design Museum, 2007. Web, 1 May 2011.

40 ARTUR BRAUN TABLE RADIO Model no. SK 2b Braun, designed 1955 Designed by both Arthur Braun & Fritz Eichler 6”h x 9.25” x 5.25” Literature:

D E S IGN SI NCE 1 94 5, P H I L ADEL-

P H IA MUS E UM O F ART, R I ZZOLI , 1 983, P G 86

$1,500-2,000

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41 CHARLES & RAY EAMES CHILD’S CHAIR Evans Molded Plywood Division, designed 1945 Plywood with red analine dye finish 14.5”h x 14.5”w x 11”d $7,000-9,000

42 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR & OTTOMAN Model no. 670 & 671 Herman Miller, designed 1956 31”h x 33.5”w x 36”d $3,000-5,000

43 CHARLES & RAY EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR & OTTOMAN Model no. 670 & 671 Herman Miller, designed 1956 31”h x 33.5”w x 36”d $3,000-5,000


44 ROY LICHTENSTEIN EXPLOSION (FROM PORTFOLIO 9) 1967 Lithograph in red, yellow and blue Published by Irwin Hollander, New York Trial Proof; aside from the edition of 100 Signed lower right Catalogue Raisonne #24 Sheet 22” x 16.75”; Frame 26” x 21” Literature:

R OY L IC H TENSTEI N: DR AWI NG S

AN D P R IN TS, WAL D MA N, C H EL SEA H OU SE, 19 7 3 , P G 2 2 6

$12,000-15,000

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45 ROY LICHTENSTEIN FORMS IN SPACE 1985 Screenprint in colors #21 of 125 Signature and edition lower right Catalogue Raisonne # Corlett 217 Sheet 35.875” x 52” $30,000-40,000


46 ROY LICHTENSTEIN STILL LIFE WITH RED JAR 1994 Screenprint in colors Artist Proof #50 of 50; aside from the edition of 250 Published by Gemini G.E.L. Signature and edition lower right; retains Gemini blind stamp and date lower right Catalogue Raisonne # Corlett 291 Sheet 21.25” x 19.25” $7,000-9,000

47 AFTER ROY LICHTENSTEIN SURREALIST PAINTINGS (ACE GALLERY) February 1978 Offset lithographic poster Published by Ace Gallery, Los Angeles Signed lower right Frame 60.75” x 41” $1,000-1,500

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48 MILO BAUGHMAN PAIR OF OTTOMANS Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1955 One retains Thayer Coggin label Each 14.5”h x 20.75” x 20.75” $600-900

49 MILO BAUGHMAN HIGHBACK LOUNGE CHAIR & OTTOMAN Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1959 39”h x 28.5”w x 31”d $1,500-2,000


50 DAMIEN HIRST LEPIDINE 2009 Silkscreen #39 of 150 Signed lower left; edition lower right Sheet 38.5” x 29.5”; Frame 48.5” x 39.75” $5,500-6,500

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51 EDWARD RUSCHA YOU KNOW THE OLD STORY 1975 Lithograph on white Arches From the edition of 20 Printed at Tamarind Institute by Master Printer Steven Britko Signed and dated lower right Catalogue Raisonne (Engberg) #87 Sheet 30” x 22”; Frame 30.5” x 22.5” Literature:

EDWA RD RU SCH A : ED I T I ON S

1 959 - 1 9 9 9: CATA LOGU E RA ISONNE, E N G BERG , WALKER A RT CENTER , 1999, P G 9 6

$12,000-15,000

52 EDWARD RUSCHA MR. RAY 1975 Offset lithograph #92 of 100 Signature and edition verso Catalogue Raisonne (Engberg) #86 Sheet 13.75” x 20.25”; Frame 18.5” x 25” Literature:

EDWA RD RU SCH A : ED I T I ON S

1 959 - 1 9 9 9: CATA LOGU E RA ISONNE, E N G BERG , WALKER A RT CENTER , 1999, P G 9 6

$5,000-6,000


53 EERO SAARINEN WOMB SETTEE

54 FRENCH MODERN FLOOR LAMP

Knoll, designed 1947 35”h x 62”l x 28”d

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970 66”h

Literature:

1 000 C HA I R S, F I E L L ,

TASC HE N , 1 9 9 7, P G 2 87

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

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55 SEYDOU KEITA UNTITLED Circa 1949-51; printed 1998 Silver Gelatin print Signed “49A51 Seydou Kita 1988” Sheet 24” x 20” $7,000-9,000

56 CINDY SHERMAN LUCILLE BALL 1975, printed 2001 Chromogenic print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper Signed and dated verso “1975/2001” Sheet 14” x 11”; Frame 18.75” x 16.5” $3,000-4,000


57 ROBERT LONGO UNTITLED (ROSE) 2005 Digital pigment print on Crane Museo paper #43 of 75 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Frame 22.5” x 22.5” $2,500-3,500

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58 HIROSHI SUGIMOTO BROOKLYN BRIDGE 2001 Silver Gelatin print #2 of 25 Embossed edition lower right Image 23” x 18.5”; Frame 33.5” x 28.5” $30,000-50,000


59 HIROSHI SUGIMOTO STANFORD THEATRE, STANFORD 1992 1992 Silver Gelatin print #16 of 25 Embossed title and date lower middle; embossed edition lower left Image 16.75” x 21.25”; Frame 26.75” x 31” $25,000-30,000

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60 HELMUT NEWTON SUMO 1999 Photography book with stand designed by Philippe Starck Edition of 10,000 with stand Signed and numbered; in its original box, unopened Book 28” x 20.5” x 3” $4,000-6,000

61 MELVIN SOKOLSKY LE DRAGON PARIS 1963 1997 Artist Proof Signature, title and date verso Image 13” x 13.25”; Sheet 21” x 21”

62 ALBERT WATSON UNTITLED (FROM THE CALGARY SERIES) 1978 Vintage Silver Gelatin print #33 of 35 42” x 42” $6,000-9,000

Copyright TASCHEN GmbH

$5,000-7,000


63 CHUCK CLOSE UNTITLED (FROM A.R.T. PRESS PORTFOLIO) 1999 Iris print on wove paper #33 of 100 Edition lower left; signature middle; date lower right Sheet 29.5” x 22”; Frame 33” x 25” $6,000-9,000

64 LUCIEN CLERQUE UNTITLED Photograph #19 of 50 (XIX/L) Signed lower right; edition lower left Image 9.25” x 14”; Frame 17” x 22” $900-1,200

65 HERBERT MATTER UNTITLED (SELF PORTRAIT) Vintage Silver Gelatin print Image 9.25” x 7.5”; Frame 21” x 17” $1,000-1,500

66 JERRY UELSMAN EQUIVALENTS 1964 Silver Gelatin print Signature and date lower right; titled lower left Image 13.5” x 9” $1,000-1,500

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67 ROBERT GRAHAM UNTITLED

68 JEAN-BAPTISTE CARPEAUX SEATED BATHER (BAIGNEUSE ASSISE)

1985 Cast bronze with wood box Signed and stamped date 4.5” x 3” x 4”; with box 11” x 5” x 5”

Bronze #5 of 10 Valsuani foundry Stamped signature with foundry mark 8.5”h x 3” x 3.25”

$1,500-2,500

$4,000-6,000


69 JOCK STURGES SHASTA; NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, 1980 Unique print, 1980 Printed on AGFA Portriga Rapid Paper Sheet 20” x 16” $2,000-3,000

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70 JOCK STURGES SHASTA AND SENTA; NORTHERN CALIFORNIA; 1978 & SENTA AND SHASTA; NORTHERN CALIFORNIA; 1980 (2) Each is a unique print, 1978 and 1980 Printed on AGFA Portriga Rapid Paper Each sheet 8.5” x 11” $2,000-3,000


71 ROBBIE CONAL ROBERT MCFARLANE (FROM THE SERIES MEN WITH NO LIPS) Circa 1980 Oil on canvas Titled on the stretcher verso Canvas 26” x 24”; Frame 30” x 28.5” $4,000-6,000

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WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES William “Billy” Haines (1900-1973) devoted his life to good taste and design, a passion that 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. 72 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES COFFEE TABLE Studio, circa 1948 17”h x 19.75” x 68.5” Retains impressed gold foil stamp “Leather by Stergis” and “Designed by WM. Haines” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$7,000-9,000


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. In the late 1940s Haines was called upon by F. Hugh Herbert, noted playwright, screenwriter, novelist and director, to furnish and design his Bel Air estate. The Herbert estate included both custom Haines designs, as well as furnishing Haines chose and altered to fit the interior, inciting his duel nature as both a designer and a decorator. Haines’ custom designs included a game table, a coffee table, and a number of custom lamps, which usually made use of existing sculptures or antiques. Always attune to detail, he added the red-lacquered columns (Lot 74) to coordinate with the red in the bases of the pair of Chinese urns. Combining Asian classicism with elegant, functional design, the coffee table (Lot 72) is constructed around a panel from a vintage Japanese coromandel screen inlaid in wood covered in Stergis leather. Haines liked to include intimate tables for gaming or private conversation in most of his interiors. The Stergis leather game table (Lot 73) employs Haines’ trademark unicorn legs and hideaway drink coasters. In addition to his own designs, his rooms also included pieces from contemporary artists such as Georgia O’Keefe, Salvador Dali, and Georges Braque. Self-taught, ambitious, and modern, Haines pleased his prestigious clients by producing some of the most distinctive interiors of the 20th century. Literature: Schifando, Peter and Jean H. Mathison. Class Act William Haines: Legendary Hollywood Decorator, New York: Printed Leaf Press, 2005. Interview. Pam Callies, niece to Mary Herbert, May 16, 2011.

73 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES GAME TABLE Studio, circa 1948 Table 30”h x 36” x 36” Table retains impressed gold foil stamp “Designed by WM. Haines” and “Stergis” Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$8,000-12,000

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74 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES PAIR OF LAMPS MOUNTED TO TALL PEDESTALS Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed composition and wood 68.5”h x 12” x 12” Provenance: F H UGH AN D MA RY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$5,000-10,000

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75 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR PAIR OF YELLOW CHINESE INSPIRED LAMPS Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 32”h x 9” x 9” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$3,000-5,000

76 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR PAIR OF GREEN CELADON LAMPS Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic Each 29”h x 11” x 9” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$2,000-3,000


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77 MICHELE CASCELLA YELLOW SHRUBS IN CALIFORNIA Oil on canvas Signed lower right Image 29.25” x 49.25”; Frame 39.25” x 58.5” $20,000-30,000


78 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES PAIR OF FIGURAL BIRD LAMPS

79 MODERN DECORATOR DECORATIVE SCREEN

Studio, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic Each 27”h x 9” x 8”

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1940 72”h x 70”

Provenance:

$2,500-3,500

F H UGH AN D MARY H E R B E RT, B E L AIR

$2,000-3,000

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80 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR WOODEN TABLE TOP WITH COLUMN BASE Custom manufactured, circa 1948 28”h x 42”diameter Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$1,200-1,500

81 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR GROUP OF 4 GAME CHAIRS Manufacturer unknown, circa 1948 Chairs each 35.5”h x 23”w x 20.5”d Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$3,000-5,000


82 FREDERICK WIGHT CROUCHING FIGURE 1968 Oil on canvas Signature, title and date verso Frame 34.75” x 28.25” $4,000-6,000

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83 GABRIEL ZENDEL FLEURS ET FRUITS 1955 Oil Signature and date lower left “Zendel 55”; retains Edgardo Acosta Gallery label verso Image 28.5” x 23”; Frame 38” x 33” $1,500-2,500


84 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES YELLOW SLIPPER CHAIR

85 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES BLONDE WOOD TABLE

86 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR DAYBED

Custom manufactured, circa 1948 31”h x 28” x 28”

Custom manufactured, circa 1948 26”h x 24” diameter

Provenance:

Provenance:

F HU G H A N D M A RY HE R B E RT, B E L AIR

F H UGH AN D MARY H E R B E RT, B E L AIR

Provenance:

$1,500-2,000

$700-1,000

F H UGH AN D MARY H ER BERT, BEL AI R

Manufacturer unknown, circa 1948 27”h x 73”l x 32”d

$2,000-3,000

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87 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES COFFEE TABLE WITH REMOVABLE TRAY Custom manufactured, circa 1948 18.75”h x 25.25” x 19.5” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$1,500-2,000

88 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR PAIR OF SMALL BENCHES Manufacturer unknown, circa 1948 15”h x 20” x 16” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$1,500-2,000

89 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES GREEN LACQUERED TABLE Custom manufactured, circa 1948 24.25”h x 20” x 28” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$1,000-1,500


90 GEORGE CHANN CLUSTERS OF MEMORIES Impasto oil and mixed media on canvas Signed lower left 31.25” x 25.25” $15,000-20,000

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91 GEORGE CHANN UNTITLED (FLOWERING PLANT) Watercolor on paper Signed lower right Image 46” x 21”; Frame 48.25” x 23” $3,000-5,000

92 GEORGE CHANN A COASTAL LANDSCAPE WITH RISING MOON Watercolor on paper Signed lower right Image 23” x 35.5”; Frame 25” x 37.5” $3,000-5,000


59 93 RUSSEL WRIGHT COFFEE SET (6) Russel Wright, designed circa 1935 Spun Aluminum Comprised of a sugar bowl with lid, creamer, teapot with lid, covered bowl with lid, water pitcher and tray Various dimensions Literature:

R USSEL WR I G H T: AM ER I CAN

D E S IGN E R , H E N NESSEY, M I T P R ESS, 1 983, P G 2 1-2 3

$3,000-5,000

94 RUSSEL WRIGHT PUNCH BOWL SET Russel Wright, designed circa 1935 Spun Aluminum Impressed “Russel Wright” 11.5”diameter Literature:

R USSEL WR I G H T: AM ER I CAN

D E S IGN E R , H E N NESSEY, M I T P R ESS, 1 983, P G 2 1-2 3

$1,000-1,500


95 PETER MULLER-MUNK BOWL Studio, designed circa 1939 Hammered Sterling Silver Stamped “Peter Muller-Munk” and “Handwrought” and “Sterling Silver 925/1000” 4.75”h x 19” x 6” $15,000-20,000


96 JOHN VASSOS ULTIMO (ILLUSTRATION) Circa 1930 Ink on paper Image 21” x 16”; Frame 27.75” x 22.5” $6,000-8,000

97 MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE USS AKRON 1931 Silver Gelatin print with Duraluminum frame Frame made by The Goodyear Zeppelin Corporation Signed lower right; retains tag This was a presentation given to top Goodyear dealers for a brief time in the early 1930s; the USS Akron was lost with its 76-man crew on April 4, 1933. 20.5” x 26” $2,500-3,500

98 RICHFIELD TOWER WALL SCONCE Executed 1929 Bronze and frosted glass 13.25”h x 16” x 7.5” The Richfield Tower was completed in 1929 in Los Angeles by architect Stiles O. Clements. Built in the traditional Art Deco style, this sconce embodies the geometric forms and stylized look of the movement. $1,500-2,000

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99 GILBERT ROHDE Z CLOCK Model no. 4090 Herman Miller, designed circa 1937 13”h x 9.5” clock face diameter Literature:

A RT DECO COMPLET E,

D UN CAN, A BRA MS, 20 0 9, PG 270

$5,000-7,000

100 NORMAN BEL GEDDES COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL General Motors, 1933 3”diameter This was to commemorate General Motors’ twenty fifth anniversary dedicated to “The advancement of Motor Transportation” $1,500-2,000


101 GILBERT ROHDE TABLE CLOCK Model no. 4725 Herman Miller, designed circa 1936 Retains Herman Miller label 7.25”h x 6”diameter

102 GILBERT ROHDE TABLE CLOCK Model no. 6351 Herman Miller, designed circa 1936 Retains Herman Miller label 3.75”h x 9” x 2.25”

103 GILBERT ROHDE TABLE CLOCK

TH IRT I E S ST YL E I N A M E R I C A , G R E I F, U N I-

Literature:

VER SE B OOKS, 1 9 7 5, P G 1 56

C AN , AB R AMS, 2 0 0 9, P G 4 7 7

Herman Miller, designed circa 1936 Retains Herman Miller label 5.25”h x 4.25” x 2.25”

$2,000-3,000

$5,000-8,000

$2,000-3,000

Literature:

DE P R E SSI ON M ODE R N : T HE

ART D EC O C O MP L E TE, D UN-

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104 VARIOUS ARTISTS ABSTRACTION CREATION 1932-1936 (PORTFOLIO) 30 works in silkscreen or lithograph 1973 Edition of 150 plus 50 artist proofs Published by Paule Nemours Each signed and numbered or some stamped by estate Sold with clothbound portfolio case and five reproductions of the original periodicals Sheet 33” x 26” $5,000-7,000


105 ILYA BOLOTOWSKY UNTITLED (COMPOSITION) (2) Circa 1965 Color lithograph #91 of 105 and #45 of 125 Each signed lower right; edition lower left Frame 30.25” x 22.25” and 22.5” x 30.5” respectively $1,000-1,500

106 LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE TUGENDHAT ARMCHAIR Model no. MR 70 Knoll, designed 1929; this chair produced after 1948 Leather and steel 34”h x 27.5”w x 25”d Literature:

10 0 0 C H AI R S, FI ELL ,

TAS C H E N , 19 9 7, P G 175

$5,000-7,000

107 LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE GROUP OF 4 SIDE CHAIRS Model no. 256CS MR Knoll, designed 1927; these examples later Retains Knoll tags Each 30.75”h x 19”w x 25”d $1,800-2,500

ID 3553 BORGE MOGENSEN PAIR OF LOW LOUNGE CHAIRS Fredericia, designed circa 1952 Each stamped “Made in Denmark/Fredericia &....Fabrik/Model....” 23”h x 22”w x 32”d $3,000-5,000

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108 GUSTAV SIEGEL WALL STAND Thonet, circa 1900 18”h x 9.5”w x 9.25”d $2,500-3,500

109 KOLOMAN MOSER CHAIRS (2) Jacob & Josef Kohn, designed circa 1900 Stamped J&J Kohn and retains remnant of paper label Each 35.5”h x 16”w x 17.5”d $6,000-8,000


110 THONET GROUP OF 6 STOOLS Thonet, designed circa 1920 Each 23”h x 14”diameter $1,200-1,500

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111 HECTOR GUIMARD VASE Studio, circa 1900 Patinated bronze Stamped initials 5.75”h x 3” Provenance:

ROBERT WA LKER , PA R I S;

Z ACK HAD DA D, LOS A NGELES

$8,000-10,000

112 TIFFANY FAVRILE GLASS VASE WITH MOUNT IN THE STYLE OF EDOUARD COLONNA Tiffany, circa 1900 Iridescent glass with brass mount Marked “7554 36” 7.25”h x 5”diameter $10,000-12,000


113 DAGOBERT PECHE PAINTED GLASS VASE Wiener Werkstatte, designed circa 1915 Retains artist cypher and marked “Germany 3039” 8.25”h x 5.25”diameter Literature:

DAGO B E RT P EC H E, MAX

E I SL E R , I M V E R L AG GE R L AC H & W IE D L IN G, 1 9 2 5, P G 54

114 BERTHOLD LOFFLER , ATTRIBUTED VASE Wiener Keramik, circa 1920 Glazed ceramic Retains artist cypher and stamped “117 5 5.7 6k” 10”h x 6.25”diameter $1,200-1,500

$6,000-9,000

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115 PAUL EVANS COFFEE TABLE Studio, executed 1953 16”h x 43” diameter $5,000-7,000


116 JOAN MIRO UNTITLED (LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM GRAPHIC ARTS COUNCIL) 1969 Lithograph printed in colors #62 of 100 Edition lower left; signed lower right Catalogue Raisonne #555 Sheet 29.5” x 22”; Frame 30” x 22.5”

117 JOAN MIRO DAY (JOUR)

2 07

1953 Color lithograph #27 of 100 Signed lower right; edition lower left Image 15” x 10.75”; Frame 22.5” x 17.75”

$4,000-6,000

$2,000-3,000

Literature:

J OA N M I R O L ITO GR AFO ( III),

E DI C I ON E S P OL I G R A FA , MAEGH T, 19 7 7, P G

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118 PABLO PICASSO 60 YEARS OF GRAPHIC WORKS

119 PABLO PICASSO, AFTER IMAGINARY PORTRAIT

1966 Lithograph printed in colors #22 of 100 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 29” x 21”; Frame 35.5” x 27.5”

1969 Color lithograph From the edition of 250 25.75” x 20”

$2,500-3,500

$1,000-2,000


120 PABLO PICASSO PICADOR 1955 Glazed earthenware clay with decoration From edition of 500 Madoura Verso “Edition Picasso/Madoura” Ramie 289 2.75”h x 5”diameter Literature:

PAB LO P I CASSO: CATALOG U E

O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AM I C WOR KS 1 94 7-1 971, R AMIE , MAD O UR A , 19 8 8, P G 1 50

$2,500-3,500

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121 PABLO PICASSO HEADS

122 PABLO PICASSO BIRD ON A BRANCH

123 PABLO PICASSO HEADS

1956 Glazed earthenware clay with decoration From edition of 500 Madoura Verso “Edition Picasso” Ramie 367 5.75”h x 5.75”diameter

1952 Glazed earthenware clay with decoration From edition of 500 Madoura Verso “Edition Picasso/Madoura” with “c AP Picasso” Ramie 175 2.125”h x 6.25”diameter

1956 Glazed earthenware clay with decoration From edition of 500 Madoura Verso “Edition Picasso” Ramie 368 5.5”h x 5.75”diameter

OF TH E EDITED C E R A M I C WOR KS 1 9 4 7- 1 9 7 1,

Literature:

O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AM I C WOR KS 1 94 7-1 971,

RA MI E, MA DOU R A , 1 9 88, P G 1 89

O F TH E E D ITE D C E R AMIC WO R KS 19 4 7-19 7 1,

R AMIE , MAD O UR A , 19 8 8, P G 1 89

$3,000-5,000

R AMIE , MAD O UR A , 19 8 8 , P G 95

$2,500-3,500

Literature:

PA B LO P I C ASSO: C ATA LOG U E

PAB LO P IC ASS O : C ATALO GUE

$900-1,200

Literature:

PAB LO P I CASSO: CATALOG U E


124 ALAIN JACQUET PORTRAIT D’HOMME (MAN’S PORTRAIT) Circa 1966 Silkscreen on canvas Retains Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) label verso Exhibitied at MoMa, 1966, in a show titled “Art in the Mirror” Frame 18.75” x 13.75” $4,000-6,000

125 PABLO PICASSO BOOK (2 VOLUMES) 1970 First edition, Random House NY Made in collaboration with Aldo & Piero Crommelynck, Mougins, France $300-500

126 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC LES VIEUX MESSIEURS (COUPLE) Lithograph Initialed lower left Sheet 17.5” x 13”; Frame 26” x 21” $800-1,500


127 SONIA DELAUNAY UNTITLED (PLATE) Circa 1955 Glazed ceramic #10 of 30 Initialed “S.D.”; marked verso “Sonia Delaunay Numero 10/30 Realisation L.C. Barber’s Edition Jacques Damase” 1.25”h x 12”diameter $3,000-5,000

75 128 JOAN MIRO L’OISEAU DE FEU 1963 Color etching and aquatint on paper #19 of 75 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 26” x 32”; Frame 34.5” x 42.75” $3,000-5,000

129 RAOUL DUFY HENLEY Porchoir on paper Titled and signed lower right Image 19” x 24.75”; Frame 29” x 35” $1,000-1,500


130 CERENNE ( VALLAURIS) SERVICE (31) Studio, executed circa 1955 Glazed ceramic Signed “Cerenne Vallauris” Comprised of teapot and lid, creamer and lid, sugar bowl and lid, 8 cups (2 chipped), 7 plates, 8 salad plates, 1 platter, 2 candle holders, 2 ashtrays $2,000-3,000

131 MATHIEU MATEGOT TRIANGULAR COFFEE TABLE Mategot, designed circa 1956 20”h x 34” x 31” $2,000-3,000

132 MATHIEU MATEGOT BAR CART Mategot, designed circa 1956 27”h x 34” x 17” $2,000-3,000


133 PHILIPPE HIQUILY UNTITLED (ABSTRACT FIGURE) Circa 1956 28”h x 10”w x 7.25”d $6,000-9,000

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134 TOMMI PARZINGER LEATHER TOP TABLE Charak Modern, designed circa 1965 Retains label “Charak Modern” 28”h x 28” diameter $2,000-3,000

135 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES BLONDE WOOD TABLE Custom manufactured, circa 1948 26”h x 22” x 30” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$700-1,000

136 SWEDISH MODERN DINING TABLE WITH EXTENSION Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1950 30”h x 46” x 23.5”; and 30”h x 52” x 76” $3,000-5,000


137 KARL APPEL COMPOSITION #3 1957 Gouache on paper mounted to canvas Signature and date lower left; signature and titled verso; retains Gimpel Fils Gallery, London, label verso Image 25” x 19”; Frame 34” x 28.5” $10,000-20,000

138 KARL APPEL UNTITLED 1960 Lithograph Artist Proof Signature and date lower right; edition lower left Image 21.75” x 29.75”; Frame 26” x 34” $800-1,200

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139 WILLIAM WEGMAN THREE DOLLS, 1976

140 WILLIAM WEGMAN DOG CABIN, 1979

Printed 1982 Silver Gelatin print #19 of 20 Signature, date and edition verso Image 7.25” x 6.75”; Frame 20” x 17”

Printed 1982 Silver Gelatin print #19 of 20 Signature, date and edition verso Image 7.25” x 6.75”; Frame 20” x 17”

$3,000-4,000

$3,000-4,000


141 POUL KJAERHOLM PH-31 LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) E. Kold Christensen, designed 1958 Each 29”h x 30”w x 25.5”d These chairs can also be assembled as a settee and has the original locking bar. $5,000-7,000

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142 EDWIN OHRSTROM GONDOLIER

143 INGEBORG LUNDIN ARIEL BOWL

Orrefors, designed 1950 Etched signature “Orrefors Ariel 393N Sweden” 7.25”h x 4.5”diameter

Orrefors, designed circa 1959 Etched signature “Orrefors Ariel No. 408P Ingeborg Lundin” 5.5”h x 6.675”diameter

Literature:

Literature:

DESI GN SI NCE 1945, P HI L A DE L-

O R R E FO R S GL ASS, D UN C AN ,

PHIA MUSEU M OF A RT, RIZZOLI ,1 9 83, P G 1 1 0

AN TIQ UE C O L L EC TO R S ’ C LUB , 19 95 , P G

$3,500-4,500

16 8 -17 9

$3,000-5,000


144 WILHELM KAGE GLAZED VASE Gustavsberg Argenta, executed circa 1940 Stamped “Gustavsberg Argenta 9780 Made in Sweden” 5”h x 4.125”diameter $300-500

145 SAXBO LIDDED BOWL WITH SPOON Saxbo, executed circa 1940 Stamped “Saxbo Denmark” 5”h x 4”diameter $300-500

146 ALVAR AALTO WALL SHELF Artek, designed circa 1938 25”h x 35.5”w x 11.5”d $1,500-2,000

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147 HANS J. WEGNER PAPA CHAIR WITH OTTOMAN Model no. AP 19 & 19A A.P. Stolen, designed 1951-53 Chair: 38.75”h x 35.5” x 37”; Ottoman: 16.5” x 27.5” x 16.5” Literature:

H A NS J WEGNER’S 10 0 C HA I R S,

CO RO NA BOOKS, 20 0 2, PG 68

$4,000-6,000

148 DANISH MODERN MODULAR STORAGE SYSTEM Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970 Comprised of four book shelf and cabinet units, matching console, and two wastepaper baskets Overall 75.5”h x 162” x 19”; Console (not illustrated) 24.5”h x 48” x 19.25” $2,000-3,000


149 ENGSTROM & MYRSTRAND AND OTHERS BEDROOM SUITE (7) Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1960s Teak Comprised of pair of “Casino” tables by Engstrom & Myrstrand (NOT ILLUSTRATED) and Danish Modern pieces (three dressers, a headboard, and a mirror) Side tables labeled “Tingstroms Bra Bohag / Modell Casino / DESIGN Engstrom & Myrstrand / Made in Sweden” High chest: 38.75”h x 33.5” x 19.25” Low chest: 29.75”h x 33.5” x 19.25”; Double chest: 29.75”h x 66” x 19.25”; NOT ILLUSTRATED: Headboard: 38.5”h x 60” x 1”; Mirror: 31”h x 22.5” x 1.25”; Pair of tables 18.75”h x 19.75” x 19.75” $1,500-2,000

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150 DANISH MODERN TWO-PIECE CHINA BUFFET H.P. Hansen, designed circa 1960 61.5”h x 61.25”w x 29.5”d $1,500-2,000

151 GUNNI OMANN CREDENZA Axel Christensen Odder, ACO Mobler, Denmark, designed circa 1960 30.5”h x 94.5”w x 18.5”d $1,500-2,000


152 HANS J. WEGNER CHAIR AND OTTOMAN

153 DANISH MODERN LAMP TABLE WITH ROUNDED TOP

154 BENT SILBERG END TABLE WITH MAGAZINE SLING

Model no. 290 Getama, designed 1953 Retains Getama brand Chair: 21”h x 29”w x 31”d; Ottoman: 14.5”h x 23” x 19”

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1960 Teak 19.5”h x 27.25” x 26.75”

Brdr. Furbro, designed 1960 Teak and canvas Retains label “BRDR. FURBRO / SPOTTRUP / MADE IN DENMARK” 18”h x 17.75”w x 17.75”d

Literature:

HA N S J WEG N E R ’S 1 00 C HA I R S,

$200-300

$150-200

C OR ON A B OOKS, 2 002 , P G 6 9

$3,000-5,000

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RAUSCHENBERG COMBINE

155 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG UNTITLED (COMBINE) 1958 1958 Oil on Solo paper cup lid mounted on cardboard Signature and date lower right; retains Leo Castelli label verso 11” x 8.75” Provenance:

IL SE GETZ-DA NES; P R I VAT E

CO LLECT ION, CA LI FORNI A

$100,000-150,000

American Abstract Expressionist and Pop artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925-1958) became famous for his Combines he created in the 1950s. Combines, a term Rauschenberg invented to define his mixed media collages, redefine the notion of a collage by granting a different role to commonplace objects. Untitled (Combine) 1958 features oil painting on a Solo coffee cup lid, which is mounted on paper within the artist’s frame. Untitled (Combine) 1958 was originally created for painter and collage artist Ilse Getz-Danes, a close friend of Rauschenberg. Ms. Getz-Danes’ husband, Gibson A. Danes, was chairman of the art department at UCLA from 1952-57, and was also a former dean of the Yale School of Art and Architecture. Towards the end of his career, a close friend showed Rauschenberg this early Combine, and he commented with great affection on his friendship with Ilse during the formative years of his career. He spoke of himself as a young artist working with Leo Castelli in New York, arriving at the gallery one day to find Ilse downhearted because Castelli had just reprimanded her. To lift her spirits, he created Untitled (Combine) 1958, complete with a handmade frame. The work was exhibited at the Leo Castelli Gallery in the 1960s, and has been in a private collection in Los Angeles since the early 1990s. Combine works are exceedingly rare on the market, however, few examples can be found in the collections of MOCA, MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Moderna Museet, Stockholm. Literature: Schimmel, Paul. Robert Rauschenberg Combines. Los Angeles: The Musuem of Contemporary Art and Steidl Verlag, 2005. Pace, Eric. “Gibson Danes, Dean, 81 and Ilse Getz, Artist, 75” The New York Times 7 December 1992 Web. 18 Mar 11


156 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG VALE STATE (FROM PAGES AND FUSES) 1974 Handmade paper, pigment, and screenprint tissue laminated on paper pulp #2 of 15 Signature, title, edition, Gemini blind stamp and date verso 19.25” x 23.75” $3,000-5,000

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157 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG SUSAN N.Y.C. 1950 (III) #4 1950; printed later Silver Gelatin print Signed lower center; titled lower left Sheet 19.75” x 16” $5,000-7,000


158 WILLIAM WEGMAN ON MRS. WEGMAN’S COUCH; AFTER COURBET Printed 1982 Dye-transfer photograph #19 of 20 Signature, date and edition verso Image 3.875” x 3.875”; Frame 20” x 17” $3,000-4,000

159 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR ENTRY TABLE Manufacturer unknown, circa 1950 Dark lacquered finish 32”h x 18” x 48” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$2,000-3,000


160 AFTER A WORK BY MORRIS LOUIS UNTITLED Circa 1970 Hooked rug Morris Louis painted “Alpha Epsilon” in 1960 and this rug was inspired by that painting. 41” x 81.5” $3,000-5,000

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161 PAUL EVANS DINING TABLE Studio, 1968 Initialed and dated “PE 68” 27.25”h x 47”diameter $5,000-7,000

162 PAUL EVANS COFFEE TABLE Studio, 1968 Signed “PE 68” 16”h x 47.5” x 16” $3,000-5,000

163 PAUL EVANS COFFEE TABLE Studio, 1968 Signed “PE 68” 16”h x 47.5” x 16” $3,000-5,000


164 FRIEDENSREICH HUNDERTWASSER DER ENDLOSE WEG ZU DIR (THE ENDLESS WAY TO YOU) 1967 Lithograph printed in 10 colors #27 of 100 Printed by Mourlot, Paris Signature, date and edition lower right Works Catalogue (WC) #655 Image 20” x 23”; Frame 27.5” x 30.25” Literature:

H UN D E RTWASSER : TH E

C O MP L E TE GR AP H IC WOR K 1 951 -1 986, KOS C H ATZ KY, R IZ ZO L I, 1986, P G 74 -75

$4,000-6,000

165 FRIEDENSREICH HUNDERTWASSER DER KNABE MIT DEN GRUEN HAAREN (THE BOY WITH THE GREEN HAIR) 1967 Lithograph printed in colors #27 of 100 Printed by Mourlot, Paris Signed and dated lower right Works Catalogue (WC) #653 Image 21.5” x 15”; Frame 29.5” x 22.5” Literature:

H UN D E RTWASSER : TH E

C O MP L E TE GR AP H IC WOR K 1 951 -1 986, KOS C H ATZ KY, R IZ ZO L I, 1986, P G 7 2-7 3

$4,000-6,000

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166 ANDY WARHOL THE MARX BROTHERS (FROM TEN PORTRAITS OF JEWS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1980) 1980 Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board #124 of 200 Signed and dated lower left Catalogue Raisonne F/S #11.232 Sheet 40” x 32”; Frame 40.5” x 32.5” Literature:

A NDY WA RH OL PRINTS: A

CATALO G UE RA ISONNE 1962-1987, F E L DM A N & S CHELLMA NN, 20 03, PG 113

$45,000-55,000


167 RICHARD PETTIBONE PICASSO, IN THE STUDIO, 1954 1975 Silkscreen and oil on canvas Signature, date and title verso Frame 5” x 6.25” $12,000-15,000

168 RICHARD PETTIBONE STELLA SINJERLI VARIATION II 1968 1969 Oil on canvas Titled verso and signed “R Pettibone 1969” 2.25”diameter x 1.5”d $8,000-10,000

169 MIKE BIDLO FOUNTAIN DRAWING (MARCEL DUCHAMP) Circa 1990 Gouache and ink on paper Signed verso 4.25” x 5”; Frame 5.5” x 6.5” $2,000-3,000

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170 JIM DINE NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (NO. 2) 1985 Woodcut with hand coloring on Arches buff #14 of 24 Signature, edition and date lower left Sheet 52” x 37”; Frame 54.5” x 39” $5,000-7,000

171 JIM DINE & RON PADGETT OO LA LA 1970 Lithograph from zinc plates drawn by both artists Artist Proof aside from the edition of 75 Published by Petersburg Press, London Signed by both artists lower center and right; edition lower right From a portfolio of fifteen prints; Catalogue Raisonne #16-30 Sheet 17.5” x 27”; Frame 23” x 32.5” $2,000-3,000

172 JIM DINE BASIL IN BLACK LEATHER SUIT (BASIL AT THE THEATRE) 1968 Lithograph in colors #144 of 200 From the Picture of Dorian Gray Signed lower right; verso “Edition A 144/200” and “DiX 047C-A” Sheet 17” x 12”; Frame 24” x 18” $1,200-1,500


173 ELLSWORTH KELLY LARGE BLACK CURVE 1974 Screenprint with embossing on Arches 88 paper #9 of 30 Catalogue Raisonne #102 Published by Gemini G.E.L. Sheet 24.125” x 84.125” Literature:

TH E P R INTS OF ELL SWORTH

K E L LY: A C ATALO GUE R AI SONNE1 94 9 -1 985, AXS O M, H UD S O N H IL L P R ESS, P G 1 87

$6,000-9,000

174 JASPER JOHNS FEET 1974 Lithograph Artist Proof #6 of 10; aside from the edition of 47 Published by Gemini G.E.L. Signature and date lower middle; edition lower left Sheet 31” x 23”; Frame 32.75” x 24.75” Literature:

JAS P E R JOH NS P R I NTS: 1 970 -

19 7 7, F IE L D, W E S L E YA N U NI VER SI T Y P R ESS, 19 7 8 , P G 93

$3,000-5,000

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175 SHEPARD FAIREY OBEY 2002 Silkscreen on wood #2 of 2 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left; signed verso Frame 24.5” x 18.75” $4,000-5,000


176 SHEPARD FAIREY PRETTY DISOBEDIENT 2001 Screenprint on paper #24 of 40 Signature and date in pencil lower right; edition lower left Sheet 18” x 24” $3,000-5,000

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177 SHEPARD FAIREY OBEY (MARILYN ANDRE) 2000 Screenprint on paper #73 of 140 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left 25.125” x 19” $1,500-2,000


178 JUNE WAYNE UNTITLED (MONUMENT - THE FIRST - PARIS) 1957 Lithograph #8 of 35 Signature and date lower right Image 22” x 16”; Frame 29” x 22.5” $1,000-1,500

179 NATHAN OLIVEIRA ACOMA HAWK I AND ACOMA HAWK IV 1975 Each I/VII Printed at Tamarind Institute Each signature and date lower right; edition lower middle Each sheet 30.125” x 21.75”; Frame 34.5” x 26.5” $2,000-3,000


180 MORRIS BRODERSON UNTITLED 1960 Oil on linen Signature and date lower left 60” x 40” $2,000-3,000

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181 MAX FINKELSTEIN LEDA 1964 Welded brass sculpture 64”h (82”h with stand) x 38” x 30” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for kindly authenticating this work. $10,000-15,000


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182 MAX FINKELSTEIN TWO FORMS 1962 Welded Brass 19” x 16” x 4” Provenance:

MAX F INK EL STEI N,

C AL IFO R N IA

$2,500-3,000


CALIFORNIA CRAFT Some of these artists hail from California while others found their way to this creative destination, but all of them share a similar organic style that became California Craft. Defined by natural materials, smooth lines, curved edges, and impeccable craftsmanship, California Craft populated the mid-century modern furniture and sculpture landscape and influenced artists well into the 21st century. Notable California Craft artists include Arthur Espenet Carpenter, Sam Maloof, Gerald McCabe, Bob Stocksdale, and Jan de Swart, who’s puzzle box exhibits his penchant for using wood from uprooted trees washed into the ravine beside his home. Walnut, as opposed to exotic wood, was used primarily because it was readily available and it allowed artists to showcase their craft with a beautiful, natural finish. The Espenet cabinet and Maloof bench represent California Craft traits, combining smooth wood, “rounded-off” edges, and curved legs while maintaining the walnut’s essential qualities. Literature: Maloof, Sam. Sam Maloof: Woodworker. New York: Kodansha International, 1983. Print.

183 SAM MALOOF BENCH Studio, executed circa 1966 Walnut Retains branded signature 35”h x 73.5”w x 18.5” Provenance:

COMMI SSIONED DI R EC T LY

FRO M SAM MA LOOF 1964 - 69; T HENCE BY DESCENT

$18,000-25,000


184 SAM MALOOF ARMCHAIR LOUNGE Studio, executed 1967 Walnut Retains branded signature and dated “1/67” 35”h x 27”w x 27”d Provenance:

C O MMISS IO N E D D IR ECTLY

F R O M SAM MALO O F 19 6 4 - 6 9 ; TH E N C E BY D E S C E N T

$6,000-9,000

105 185 SAM MALOOF ARMCHAIR LOUNGE Studio, executed 1965 Walnut Signed “Sam Maloof” and dated “6/15/65” 39”h x 24”w x 21”d Provenance:

C O MMISS IO N E D D IR EC TLY

F R OM SA M M ALO O F 19 6 4 - 6 9 ; T HE N C E BY DE S C E N T

$4,000-6,000

186 SAM MALOOF SMALL BENCH Studio, executed 1969 Walnut Signed and dated “May 1969” 16”h x 29.5” x 15” Provenance:

C O MMISS IO N E D D IR ECTLY

F R O M SAM MALO O F 19 6 4 - 6 9 ; TH E N C E BY D E S C E N T

$4,000-5,000


187 SAM MALOOF PAIR OF DINING SIDE CHAIRS

188 SAM MALOOF DINETTE TABLE

Studio, executed 1965 Walnut Retains branded signature and stamped date “8/8/65” Each 39.5”h x 20.75”w x 21”d

Studio, executed 1967 Walnut Retains branded signature 27.5”h x 42”diameter

Provenance:

F R O M SAM MALO O F 1 96 4 - 6 9;

C O MMISS IO N E D D IR EC TLY

Provenance:

C O M M I SSI ONED DI R EC TLY

F R O M SAM MALO O F 19 6 4 - 6 9 ;

TH E N C E BY D E S C ENT

TH E N C E BY D E S C E N T

$10,000-15,000

$6,000-9,000

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189 SAM MALOOF SMALL BENCH Studio, executed 1969 Walnut Signed and dated “May 1969” 16”h x 29.5” x 15” Provenance:

COMMI SSIONED DI R EC T LY

FRO M SAM MA LOOF 1964 - 69; T HENCE BY DESCENT

$4,000-5,000

190 GEORGE NAKASHIMA “WINDSOR” CHAIRS (4) Studio, executed before 1954 Each 30”h x 23”w x 18.5”d $3,500-5,000

191 GEORGE NAKASHIMA STYLE EARLY CHEST OF DRAWERS Custom, designed and executed before 1954 33.5”h x 56”l x 20”d $2,000-3,000


192 CONTEMPORARY CRAFTSMAN GRANDFATHER CLOCK William G. Talmage, designed circa 1970 Retains “William G. Talmage” label 72”h x 14” x 16.5” $1,500-2,000

193 JAN DE SWART GROUP OF SCULPTURAL BOXES (4) Studio, executed circa 1965 Wood Largest 10”h x 7” x 5”; 4”h x 5.5” x 4.75”; 2”h x 2.5” x 2.5” and 1.25”h x 1.75” x 1.25” $1,500-2,000

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194 BOB STOCKSDALE TURNED WOOD BOWL Studio, executed circa 1968 Para Kingwood, Brazil Signed 2.75”h x 5.5” x 5” $700-900

195 ARTHUR ESPENET CARPENTER TURNED WOOD VASE Studio, executed circa 1960 Signed “Espenet” 6.25”h x 1.5”diameter $1,000-1,500

196 DANIEL LOOMIS VALENZA COVERED BOWL Studio, executed circa 1960s 5.5”h x 15”l x 7”w $1,000-1,500


197 ARTHUR ESPENET CARPENTER CABINET WITH TWO SHELVES Studio, executed circa 1965 Signed “Espenet 7114” 22”h x 26” w x 18”d $4,500-5,500

198 ARTHUR ESPENET CARPENTER VIKING SHIP BED Studio, custom executed 1961 37”h x 74”w x 99”d $10,000-20,000

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199 JULIE MCDONALD MOTHER AND CHILD Executed 1950 Black Walnut Acquired 1970 through the Art Alliance of The Pasadena Art Museum’s annual public sale; sold with copy of receipt dated March 15, 1970 64.5”h x 11” x 12” $5,000-7,000


200 EDWARD MOULTHROP TURNED WOOD BOWL

201 EDWARD MOULTHROP TURNED WOOD BOWL

Studio, circa 1970 Maple Ash, signed 8.25”h x 13”diameter

Studio, circa 1970 Red Maple, signed 8”h x 12”diameter

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

202 PHILIP MOULTHROP TURNED WOOD BOWL Studio, circa 1990 Tulipwood, signed 10”h x 6.5”diameter $700-900

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203 RICHARD NEUTRA UNTITLED 1951 Pastel and pencil on paper No visible markings Image 23” x 35”; Frame 29.5” x 41.5” $4,000-6,000

204 RICHARD NEUTRA UNTITLED (PRELIMINARY ELEVATION) 1951 Pastel and pencil on paper Residence for Mr. Garnet Wigle Retains architect’s stamp and notations lower right including project name and date Image 23” x 35”; Frame 29.5” x 41.5” $4,000-6,000


205 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER ROUND CERAMIC BOWL

206 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER ROUND CERAMIC BOWL

207 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER RARE MINIATURE CERAMIC

Studio, executed circa 1952 Gray Earth Crater glaze Signed “natzler” 1”h x 4.5”diameter (2.5cm high x 11.4cm)

Studio, executed circa 1958 Chartreuse glaze Signed “natzler” 1.125”h x 4.5”diameter (3cm high x 11.3cm)

Studio, executed circa 1940 Green Crystalline glaze Signed “G.O.N.” 1.75”h x 1.5” x 1” (4.4cm high x 3.4cm x 2.3cm)

$1,500-2,000

$800-1,200

$2,000-3,000

208 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER OVAL CERAMIC BOWL Studio, executed circa 1964 Turquoise glaze Signed “natzler” 3.75”h x 9.25” x 6.5” (9.1cm high x 6.1cm x 23.5cm) $3,000-5,000

115 209 GERTRUD & OTTO NATZLER ROUND CERAMIC BOWL Studio, executed circa 1962 Olive and Steel Blue glaze Signed “natzler” 3.5”h x 8”diameter (8.8cm high x 19.8cm diameter) $2,500-3,500


210 GLEN LUKENS PARTIALLY GLAZED BOWL Studio, executed circa 1940 Signed 1.5”h x 8”diameter $1,500-2,000

211 KEN PRICE UNTITLED (CUP) Studio, executed circa 1970s Glazed ceramic Signed Approximately 4.75” x 3.5” $2,000-3,000

212 ERIK GRONBORG BOWL AND MUG Studio, executed circa 1975 Each with impressed makers mark Bowl 3”h x 15”diameter; Mug 7”h x 5”diameter $1,500-2,000

213 VIVIKA & OTTO HEINO PAIR OF VASES Studio, executed circa 1968 Glazed stoneware Each signed “Vivika + Otto” 5”h x 4”diameter and 5”h x 6”diameter $600-800


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214 PAUL SOLDNER UNTITLED Executed circa 1962 Wheel-thrown and assembled stoneware sculpture Studio 51”h Provenance: P R IVATE

COLLECTI ON,

C AL IFO R N IA (GIF T FR OM TH E ARTI ST C IR C A 19 6 5 )

$5,000-10,000


215 ROBERT ARNESON R.H. WITNESS 1980 Oil, Pastel, Oilstick, and Oil Crayon on Rives paper Dated lower left; signed lower right; retains Hansen Fuller Goldeen Gallery label verso Sheet 59” x 21.25”; Frame 60.5” x 38.25” $20,000-30,000

216 STAN BITTERS SELF PORTRAIT (5) Studio, executed 1979 for a one man show on the artist’s work Glazed ceramic tiles Largest 9.5”h x 3.75” and 8.25” x 2.25” LAMA kindly wishes to thank the artist for assisting us in cataloguing these tiles. $600-800

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217 AARON BOHROD & F. CARLTON BALL BOWL Studio, executed circa 1955 Glazed ceramic Signed “a Bohrod FC Ball” 3.5”h x 13”diameter Bohrod designed this with F. Ball $1,000-1,500

219 EDWIN AND MARY SCHEIER BOWL Studio, executed circa 1955 Glazed ceramic Signed “Scheier” and “R” 5.5”h x 6.75”diameter $1,000-1,500

220 EDWIN AND MARY SCHEIER VASE Studio, executed circa 1955 Glazed ceramic Signed 6”h x 4.5”diameter $1,000-1,500

221 EDWIN AND MARY SCHEIER BOWL Studio, executed circa 1955 Glazed ceramic Signed 4.5”h x 7”diameter $1,000-1,500

218 EDWIN AND MARY SCHEIER BOWL Studio, executed circa 1955 Glazed ceramic Signed “Scheier” 1.25”h x 7.125”diameter $700-900


Orginally built in 1948, the Orinda House was a “Usonian” home built by Frank Lloyd Wright in Northern California. As all of Wright’s commissions, the fabled architect designed all of the furnishings to go into the completed project. For this California home, he chose a native Redwood for the cabinetry and free standing units. The home suffered a fire in 1993, and was rebuilt and refurnished. This cabinet is from an area not affected by the damage, and maintains a fine original patina. As with many of Wright’s designs, the pure geometry of the form echoed the overall theme of the individual room it occupied.

222 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT CABINET Custom designed for the Orinda house, executed 1948 23.75”h x 32”w x 19”d $5,000-7,000

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223 JULES ENGEL YELLOW FALL 1960 Oil on canvas Retains Esther Robles Gallery label verso 30” x 24” $2,000-3,000

224 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR DINING ROOM SIDEBOARD Manufacturer unknown, circa 1950 32”h x 60” x 18” Provenance: F HUG H A ND MA RY H ERBERT, BE L A I R

$1,500-2,000

ID 3755 MASSIMO VITALI UNTITLED (CARS) Circa 1995 Color photograph #110 of 120; sheet 30 Label verso “Massimo Vitali Steidl Verlag, Gottingen For Brancolini Grimaldi” with edition and sheet number Image 25.75” x 33.5”; frame 27.75” x 35.5” $2,000-3,000


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225 MICHAEL ARNZ BOUNDRY STONE (SCULPTURE) 1966 Glazed ceramic Studio Fascinated by the relationship humans have to the natural environment, this work was inspired by Arntz’s 1964 visit to the British Museum’s prehistoric galleries. Approximately 46”h x 38” x 12” $5,000-7,000


226 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG SKY GARDEN 1969 #5 of 38 Published by Gemini G.E.L. Signature, dated and edition lower middle Sheet 88” x 41.4”; Frame 90” x 43.75” $20,000-30,000


227 ROY LICHTENSTEIN IMPERFECT 67 5/8 X 91 1/2 (FROM IMPERFECT SERIES) 1988 #21 of 45 Published by Gemini G.E.L. Signature, date and edition lower right Catalogue Raisonne # Corlett 223 Frame 70” x 92” $18,000-25,000

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228 MAISON JANSEN ARMCHAIR Jansen, designed circa 1970 37”h x 23”w x 18”d $3,000-5,000

229 MAISON JANSEN PAIR OF END TABLES Jansen, designed circa 1970 Each 15.5”h x 22.5” x 20.5” $4,000-6,000


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230 ANDRES SERRANO FEMALE BUST (FROM IMMERSIONS) 1988 Cibachrome #6 of 10 Signature, title and edition verso 40” x 30” Provenance:

STE FAN STU X G ALLERY;

P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N, LOS ANG ELES ( AC Q UIR E D F R O M AB OVE ON SEP TEM BER 14, 19 9 1 )

$20,000-25,000


231 LARRY POONS UNTITLED (FROM TEN WORKS BY TEN PAINTERS) 1964 Color lithograph Edition of 500 Published by Ives-Sillman Sheet 20” x 24” $700-900

232 EERO AARINO PONY CHAIR Stendig, designed 1973 35”h x 25”w x 45”l $2,500-3,500


233 JAMES ROSENQUIST CROSSHATCH AND MUTATIONS 1986 Color monoprint with lithographic collage #24 of 29 Edition, title, signature, and date lower middle Sheet 41.5” x 51”; Frame 49” x 58” $13,000-16,000

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234 MARK TOBEY UNTITLED (ABSTRACT COMPOSITION)

235 MARK TOBEY UNTITLED (ABSTRACT COMPOSITION)

1967 Monotype gouache Retains William Paul Gallery label verso Signed lower right Sheet 6.25” x 4.25”; Frame 12.75” x 11”

Circa 1965 Monotype gouache Signed lower right Sheet 6.25” x 4.75”; Frame 11.75” x 10”

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,200


236 HANS BELLMAN EARLY RARE DINETTE TABLE Model no. 302 Knoll, designed 1948 28”h x 48”diameter Literature:

KNOLL ASSOCIATES:

TABLES , F UR N ITU R E C ATALOG U E, 195 0, P G 3 7

$4,000-6,000

237 EERO SAARINEN GRASSHOPPER CHAIR Knoll, designed 1948 35.5”h x 26.5” x 33”d $2,500-3,500

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Custom designed 1947 Hand painted glass tiles by Bottega Karin Signed and dated lower left 108”h x 142” Provenance:

BA RBA RA STA NW YC K ,

BEV ERLY H I LL S, CA LI FORNI A ; PRI VAT E CO LLECT ION, BEVERLY H ILL S, CA L I FOR N I A

$20,000-30,000

J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute

238 PAUL LÁSZLÓ DECORATED SCREEN


PAUL LÁSZLÓ Paul László (1900-1993), celebrated Hungarian architect and designer, created homes of elegance and comfort for his Los Angeles clients. On his ascent to becoming one of the most sought-after designers of the 20th century, he achieved success in Europe as a freelance art director and designer for notable European families. He immigrated to the United States during Hitler’s rise to power and immediately established his presence in Los Angeles by designing Bullock’s Department Store on Wilshire. A decade later in the late 1940s, László built and designed homes for Hollywood’s elite, including Cary Grant, Elizabeth Taylor, Fritz Lang, and Barbara Stanwyck. In designing these refined residences, he preferred, almost exclusively, to use existing works from artist Bottega Karin, well-known for large-scale reverse paintings on glass. This decorated screen (lot 238) from the home of Barbara Stanwyck, is a signed mural by Karin that was transformed into a room-dividing screen. The “Paddle Arm” chairs (lot 239) and end table (lot 240) showcase László’s skills as a third generation furniture designer. These pieces emphasize his purpose as a designer, “to give the modern style an ageless importance, to be ahead of my time and yet build a comfortable home.”

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239 PAUL LÁSZLÓ PAIR OF PADDLE ARM CHAIRS Custom, designed circa 1952 32”h x 35”w x 31”d $4,000-6,000

240 PAUL LÁSZLÓ CUSTOM END TABLE Custom, designed circa 1953 Retains Paul László metal tag 20.5”h x 33” x 15” $3,000-5,000


241 CLAUDE VENARD PRINTEMPS A LA VALLES DE CHEVROUSE Oil on canvas Signed lower right Image 37.875” x 50.25”; Frame 46.75” x 59.75” $10,000-15,000


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242 CLAUDE VENARD LOCOMOTIVE Oil on canvas Signed lower right; retains Edgardo Acosta Gallery label verso Image 21” x 25”; Frame 30” x 34” $5,000-7,000


243 FONTANA ARTE GLASS WALL SCULPTURE Designed circa 1942 Signed “Dube Fontana Arte” 28.5” x 25.5” $3,500-5,000

244 PIERO FORNASETTI GLASS MIRROR Fornasetti, circa 1960 Retains “Fornasetti-Milano/Made in Italy” label verso 18.5”diameter $2,000-3,000


245 ANGELO BAROVIER SPOT 1966 Oil on canvas with glass Signed lower right; retains tag verso “Murano. Nov 66” 31.5” x 39.5” $2,000-3,000

137 246 ENRICO CASTELLANI SUPERFICIE BIANCA 1961 Lithograph #49 of 50 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 19.25” x 27.25”; Frame 23” x 31” $2,000-3,000


247 ETTORE SOTTSASS BED WITH CANTILEVERED SIDE TABLES Sottsass Associati, custom designed 1984 for Max Palevsky’s Malibu home 56”h x 176”l x 84”d (bed platform 70” x 84”) Provenance:

ESTATE OF MAX PAL E VSKY

$2,000-3,000

248 GIO PONTI MORANDIANE BOTTLE AND STOPPER Venini, designed circa 1946 Remnants of paper label 20”h x 3.75”diameter $1,500-2,000

249 MARIO MARINI LE SACRE DU PRINTEMPS 1973 Color lithograph #17 of 50 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 23.5” x 16.75”; Frame 24.5” x 18.25” $1,000-1,200


250 RICHARD GINORI PORCELAIN BOWL Richard-Ginori, circa 1930 6.5”h x 11.625” x 8.25” Retains Bullock Wilshire tag and stamped “Richard Ginori” $200-300

251 PUCCI DE ROSSI PAIR OF TABLES (2) de Rossi, designed circa 1980 Each 19”h x 18.75”diameter $3,000-5,000

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252 GIO PONTI GLASS BOTTLE Venini, designed circa 1956 Retains Venini Murano label 14”h x 6”diameter $1,200-1,500

253 GIO PONTI GLASS BOTTLE Venini, designed circa 1956 Acid etched “Venini Murano Italy” with remnant of paper label 14”h x 5.25”diameter $1,500-2,000

254 TIMO SARPANEVA KUKINTO VASE Venini, 1992 Etched “Sarpaneva Venini 1992” and retains Venini Murano Italy sticker 19”h x 13.625”widest point $1,500-2,000

255 ALESSANDRO PIANON HANDBLOWN GLASS FIGURE (BIRD) Vistosi, designed 1962 6.75” x 8.5” x 3.5” Literature:

20 TH CENTU RY MU R A N O

G L ASS : FROM CRA FT TO DESIGN, HEIREMANS, 1996, PG 163

$3,000-5,000


256 ARREDOLUCE LIGHTED EASEL Arredoluce, designed circa 1955 Overall height 84”h $4,000-6,000

141 257 ERBERTO CARBONI DELFINO CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Arflex, designed circa 1954 Ottoman retains label “Arflex Benflux” Chair: 32”h x 27.5”w x 28”d; Ottoman: 14”h x 19.5” x 19” $2,000-3,000


258 UELI BERGER NON STOP SOFA Model no. DS-600 Stendig, designed 1972 29”h x 142”l x 38”d $8,000-10,000


259 ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI STELLA CHAIR Zanotta, designed 1957 Bicycle saddle on steel base Seat retains “Brooks” metal tag 28”h x 11”diameter Literature:

10 0 0 C H AI R S, FI ELL ,

TAS C H E N , 19 9 7, P G 3 71

$1,000-1,500

260 STUDIO BBPR ARCO DESK Olivetti, designed 1963 Impressed signature “Olivetti Arredamenti Vetallici” 30.75”h x 62.5”w x 31.5”d $3,000-5,000

261 ELIO MARTINELLI SERPENTE FLOOR LIGHT Model no. 2131 Martinelli Luce, Italy, 1965 48”h x 21”diameter Literature:

10 0 0 L IGH TS: 1 960 TO

P R E S E N T, F IE L L , TAS CH EN, 2005, P G 87

$1,000-1,500

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262 GINO SARFATTI HANGING LIGHTS (2) Possibly by Arteluce, designed circa 1958 33”h x 12” x 12” $3,000-5,000

263 GIO PONTI DINING TABLE AND SIDE CHAIRS (4) Singer, designed circa 1957 Chairs 33.75”h x 17.5”w x 17.75” $3,000-5,000


264 SALVIATI GROUP OF SCONCES (6) Salviati, designed circa 1975 Four not illustrated, sold with additional parts and extra hardware 25”h x 13”w x 5.5”d $3,000-5,000

265 ALDO TURA ICE BUCKET Tura, designed circa 1965 Stamped “PM” 9”h x 10”w $300-500

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266 GUIDO GAMBONE GLAZED CERAMIC BOWL Studio, executed circa 1960 Signed “Gambone Italy” with artist cypher 2.75”h x 7.5”diameter $600-800

267 GUIDO GAMBONE GROUP OF GLAZED BOWLS (3) Studio, executed circa 1954 Each signed “Gambone Italy” with artist cypher 1.75”h x 6.75”diameter; 3.75”h x 6.5” x 5.5”; and 2.5” x 6.5” x 5.25” respectively $1,000-1,500


268 HENDRIK VAN KEPPEL & TAYLOR GREEN END TABLE Model no. 231-20RS VKG, circa 1956 This table was designed with a cord shelf (CS) or rattan shelf (RS). 18.5”h x 24” x 31” Literature:

VAN KEPPEL- GREEN PRICE

CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST , OC TOB E R 1 , 1 956

$2,500-3,500

269 HENDRIK VAN KEPPEL & TAYLOR GREEN LOUNGE Model no. 682 VKG, circa 1956 This lounge has three upholstered sections which adjust to three positions. As illustrated 23”h x 31”w x 72”d Literature:

VAN KEPPEL- GREEN PRICE

CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST , OC TOB E R 1 , 1 956

$4,000-6,000


270 HENDRIK VAN KEPPEL & TAYLOR GREEN PAIR OF EXPANDED METAL CHAIRS

271 HENDRIK VAN KEPPEL & TAYLOR GREEN CAMEL TABLE

Model nos. 875 and 874 VKG, circa 1956 39”h x 31”w x 24”d and 26”h x 30”w x 23”d

Brown-Saltman, designed 1946 Retains label 14.75” x 66” x 34” (coffee table)

Literature:

$1,800-2,500

VAN KEPPEL- GREEN PRICE

CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST , O C TO B E R 1, 195 6

$1,500-2,000

14 7


ID 3657 ETTORE SOTTSASS DESK Sottsass Associati, custom designed 1984 for Max Palevsky’s Malibu home 32.25”h x 41”w x 21.5”d Provenance:

FROM TH E ESTATE OF

MAX PALEVSKY

$2,000-3,000

ID 3808 ETTORE SOTTSASS DESK Sottsass Associati, custom designed 1984 for Max Palevsky’s Malibu home 32.25”h x 41”w x 21.5”d Provenance:

FROM TH E ESTATE OF

MAX PALEVSKY

$2,000-3,000


272 DORA DE LARIOS ACROBATS Ceramic sculpture Studio, executed 1958 70”h x 37.25” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for her kind assistance with cataloguing this sculpture. $3,000-4,000

273 DORA DE LARIOS NOAH’S ARK Studio, executed circa 1962 Impressive totem comprised of glazed ceramic animals 80”h (75”h without base) x 24” x 18” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for her kind assistance with cataloguing this sculpture. $4,000-6,000

274 DORA DE LARIOS GLAZED CERAMIC FIGURES Studio, executed circa 1957-63 12”h x 8.5” x .5” and 9”h x 10.5” x .5” Provenance:

E STATE O F PAU L KASP ER

$500-700

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275 DAVID CRESSEY PLANTER Model “Phoenix 2” Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Glazed ceramic 23”h x 23”diameter From the Pro/Artisan series $1,500-2,500

276 DAVID CRESSEY PLANTER Model “Phoenix 2” Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Glazed ceramic 23”h x 23”diameter From the Pro/Artisan series $1,500-2,500

277 ROBERT MAXWELL & DAVID CRESSEY GROUP OF PLANTERS (3) Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1968 15.75”h x 16.75”diameter and pair 15”h x 15”diameter $800-1,200

278 ROBERT MAXWELL & DAVID CRESSEY PAIR OF EARTHGENDER PLANTERS Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1968 Each 24.25”h x 23.5 $2,000-2,500


151 279 JOHN KAPEL CABINET AND PAIR OF SIDE TABLES Glenn of California, designed circa 1968 Retains tag “Glenn of California” Cabinet: 29.5”h x 83”l x 20”d $1,500-2,000


280 ELSA RADY STILL LIFE NO 44 1990-91 Wall mounted sculpture Glazed ceramic with metal wall mounted shelf Signature, dated and title verso 15.75”h x 15”w x 11.25”d $3,000-5,000

281 RUTH DUCKWORTH UNTITLED (FOOTED BOWL) Studio, executed circa 1966 Stoneware Approximately 6.5”h x 6”diameter $2,000-3,000

282 RUTH DUCKWORTH UNTITLED (3 CHALICES) Studio, executed circa 1965 Glazed ceramic Approximately 9.25”h x 3.25”diameter $2,000-3,000


283 SAM FRANCIS UNTITLED Lithograph printed in colors #50 of 65 Signed lower middle; numbered lower left Sheet 24.75” x 35.5”; Frame 28.75” x 39.25” $3,000-5,000

284 HELEN FRANKENTHALER PERSIAN GARDEN 1965-66 #19 of 24 Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Sheet 25.75” x 20.5”; Frame 33.75” x 28.25” $3,500-4,500

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285 PHILIP CORNELIUS TEAPOT WITH LID Studio, executed circa 1981 Porcelain Signed verso 9” x 9” x 2.5” $1,000-1,500

286 PHILIP CORNELIUS PAIR OF BOWLS Circa 1976 Glazed ceramic Both signed verso 1.75” x 12”diameter and 2.5”h x 12”diameter $1,200-1,500


287 JAMES HAYWARD STATIONS OF THE CROSS PROTOTYPE A 1988 Oil on plywood Signature, title, date and dedication verso 18.5” x 24.5” $14,000-16,000

288 BETTY PARSONS UNTITLED 1978 Painted wood construction Signature, date and title verso 24” x 15” $7,500-8,500

289 CARTER POTTER GAME 1988 Assemblage with oil 26.75” x 22.25” $3,000-5,000

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290 LADDIE JOHN DILL UNTITLED Circa 1979 Cement, polymer, pigment and silicon on wood 60.5” x 108” $5,000-10,000

291 LADDIE JOHN DILL TSUNAMI 2008 Mixed media Signature and date verso 48” x 24” x 2.5” $2,500-3,500


292 PETER LODATO TWINS REVENGE #3 2002 Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated verso 96”h x 32” $3,000-5,000

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293 BRUCE COHEN UNTITLED (INTERIOR SCENE) 1984 Acrylic on canvas 40” x 66” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for kindly authenticating this work. $5,000-7,000

294 BRUCE COHEN UNTITLED (PINK LILIES) 1986 Oil on canvas Signature and date verso 10.75” x 9” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for kindly authenticating this work. $3,000-5,000


159 295 LARRY COHEN CALIFORNIA INCLINE 2006 Oil on canvas Craig Krull Gallery label verso 22” x 22” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for kindly authenticating this work. $2,500-3,500


296 CHARLES & RAY EAMES DINING CHAIR Model no. DAX Zenith Plastics Co. for Herman Miller, designed 1950 Retains Zenith/Herman Miller label 31.5”h x 25” x 25” $2,000-3,000

297 CREATIVE PLAYTHINGS PLAYTOWN GARAGE Model no. B083 Creative Playthings, designed circa 1952 Retains original box $500-800


298 MARTIN MULL WOMAN BURYING HER PARAKEET 1990 Oil on linen Helander Gallery label verso 51.5” x 25.5” $7,000-9,000

299 HENRY MILLER HEAD OF MAN 1964 Watercolor on paper Signed lower right and dated verso Image 12” x 18”; Frame 16.75” x 24” $1,000-3,000

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300 ROY MCMAKIN DINETTE TABLE Domestic Furniture Company, designed 1987 29”h x 40” x 40” $2,000-3,000

301 MASON WILLIAMS BUS BOOK Actual-sized photograph of a bus printed on paper; presented in a cardboard box 1967 #179 of 200 Sold with a copy of “The Mason Williams Phonograph Song Book” Overall 123” x 434” $2,000-3,000


302 RAYMOND PETTIBON I WANT THE GIRL IN THE WIG COMMERCIAL 1989 Silkscreen #18 of 30 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 22.25” x 15”; Frame 26” x 18.75” $2,000-3,000

303 JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT THE OFF’S 1984 Offset lithograph on cover stock From the edition of 2500 Published by David Ferguson After unsuccesfully auditioning for the punk band The Off’s, Basquiat was hired by the record label “CD Presents” to designed the cover art for the band’s first album. Image 12” x 12”; Frame 15.75” x 15.75” $1,000-1,500

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304 RUFINO TAMAYO LA LUNA LLENA 1989 Lithograph #27 of 110 Signed lower right; edition lower left; retains Kyron and Benavente - Kelly blind stamps Sheet 41.75” x 31.5”; Frame 46.25” x 35.5” Provenance: DYA NSEN

GA LLERY, N E W

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

GAL L E RY, N E W

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

O R L E AN S ; P R IVATE C O L L EC TIO N , B E V E R LY

HILL S ( ACQ U IRED FROM A BOVE F E B 1 8,

H IL L S ( AC Q UIR E D F R O M AB OV E F E B 18 ,

1991)

19 9 1 )

$3,000-4,000

$2,500-3,500


306 RUFINO TAMAYO PERRO HERIDO

307 RUFINO TAMAYO MUJER SONRIENTE

Circa 1989 Lithograph #27 of 110 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 30.5” x 38.25”; Frame 35.5” x 42.5”

1990 Lithograph #27 of 110 Signed lower right; edition lower left; retains Kyron and Benavente - Kelly blind stamps Sheet 31.25” x 43.25”; Frame 35.5” x 47.75”

Provenance: SAME

AS P R E V IO US LOT

$3,000-5,000

Provenance: SAME

AS P R EVI OU S LOT

$2,500-3,500

308 RUFINO TAMAYO LA PEREJA

309 RUFINO TAMAYO EL ERMITANO

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

1989 Lithograph #23 of 110 Signed lower left; edition lower right; retains Kyron and Benavente - Kelly blind stamps Sheet 31.5” x 47.25”; Frame 35.75” x 51.5”

Provenance: SAME

Provenance: SAME

AS P R E V IO US LOT

$3,000-4,000

AS P R EVI OU S LOT

$2,500-3,500

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MILTON AVERY

310 MILTON AVERY POT VENDOR 1946 Watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower left; The Waddington Galleries, London, label verso Image 22” x 30.5”; Frame 28” x 37” Provenance:

SA M PECKI NPA H ,

T HENCE BY DESCENT

$30,000-50,000

The American painter Milton Avery (1885-1965), deliberate and disciplined in his approach to painting yet intensely imaginative, experienced hardship throughout the early years of his life. While working on a Connecticut assembly line as the sole support for his widowed mother and nine family members, he became interested in art and began taking formal drawing courses. In the 1920s, he moved to New York with his wife Sally, where he was given the freedom to develop his Abstract Expressionist approach to painting: “Objects in the subject matter cannot be painted representatively, but they must take their place in the whole design.” He traveled to Mexico in 1946 to continue painting landscapes and seascapes. His wife Sally, who accompanied him on the trip, described his craft in depicting village streets and mountainous grasslands: “He took these ordinary subjects and infused them with a great deal of poetry.” Writer and director Sam Peckinpah, famous for Westerns such as The Wild Bunch, purchased “Pot Vendor” after discovering Avery’s work while filming in Mexico. Literature: “Oral History Interview with Sally Avery”. 19 Feb. 1982. Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Art. Web. 13 May 2011. McKenzie, Janet. “Milton Avery: Late Work, Landscapes and Seascapes.” StudioInternational.com. Studio International, 2001. Web. 13 May 2011.


311 DON SHOEMAKER PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS Senal, designed circa 1970 Each 32”h x 30.5”w x 27”d $2,500-3,500

312 FELICIANO BEJAR MAGICOPIOS Circa 2001 Etched signature 23.5”h x 9”w x 7”d $1,000-1,500

313 FELICIANO BEJAR MAGICOPIOS 2001 Etched signature and date 8.5”h x 5.75”diameter $1,000-1,500

314 FELICIANO BEJAR MAGICOPIOS (BOX) Circa 2001 Etched signature 4.75” x 4.75” x 6”d $800-1,200

167


315 ARTURO PANI, ATTRIBUTED DINING TABLE AND 10 CHAIRS

316 ARTURO PANI, ATTRIBUTED BUFFET

Possibly studio, designed circa 1968 Table 29.75”h x 109.5” x 45”; Chairs 38”h x 18”w x 21”d

Possibly studio, designed circa 1968 33.75”h x 142”l x 19.5”d

$8,000-12,000

$8,000-12,000


317 FLORENCE KNOLL OVAL TABLE DESK Model no. 2481 Knoll, designed 1961 Rosewood & steel Retains Knoll tag 28”h x 54” x 96” $4,000-5,000

318 FLORENCE KNOLL SQUARE COFFEE TABLE Model no. 2517 T Knoll, designed 1954 Calacatta marble top 17”h x 36” x 36” $1,000-1,500

319 HARRY BERTOIA BARSTOOLS (4) Model no. 428C Knoll, designed 1952 Each 39”h x 21”w x 34”d $1,500-1,800

169


320 MID CENTURY MODERN CLOCK General Electric, designed circa 1960 Retains General Electric label With stand 15.25”h x 13” x 10.5”diameter $800-1,200

321 JEROME SIMON DESIGN IN TIME & LIGHT Designed 1981 Conceptual lighted clock Retains a label verso 14.5”h x 12”diameter x 9”d $2,000-3,000


171

322 JAMES BERLINI UNTITLED (SCULPTURE) Circa 1973 80”h x 15” diameter $5,000-7,000


323 ANTHONY QUINN UNTITLED (CHILD) Circa 1985 Collage #3 of 10 Signed lower right; edition lower left 28.25” x 17”; Frame 39.5” x 28” $2,500-3,500

324 ANTHONY QUINN UNTITLED (FACE) 1984 Oil on canvas Signature and date lower right Frame 28.5” x 25.5” $1,500-2,000


325 RICHARD FARALLA UNTITLED Circa 1960 Painted wood 22.5”h x 7”w x 4”d $2,000-3,000

326 JEAN NEGULESCO UNTITLED (2) 1955 Drawings Signature and date lower left Each 30.5” x 20.75” $1,200-1,500

173


327 LARI PITTMAN BOOKMARK

328 RAYMOND SAUNDERS ELEMENT #1 OF 3

1992 Drawing Signature and date verso Image 11.5” x 1.75”; Frame 20” x 14”

2001 Acrylic on plywood Titled and dated verso 48” x 36”

$2,000-3,000

$4,000-6,000


329 ANTHONY CARO RUSSIA Circa 1990-92 Gouache, charcoal, crayon, Washi and tissue paper Signed and titled verso 29” x 27” x 10” Provenance:

AN N E LY JU DA FI NE ART,

LO N D O N ; P R IVATE C O LLECTI ON, LO S AN GE L E S

Exhibited: TO KYO,

F UJI TELEVI SI ON

GAL L E RY, AN TH O N Y C AR O: PAP ER WOR KS “O B AMA S E R IE S ” , O C TOBER - NOVEM B ER 19 9 2 , N O 2 9 ( IL LUSTR ATED I N C OLOR ) .

Literature:

AN TH O N Y CAR O CATALOG U E

R AISS O N É, VO L X , B LU M E, 1 985, NO 21 25 ( IL LUSTR ATE D, P 13 4 )

$4,000 6,000

330 HENRY MOORE SIX FIGURES 1973 Lithograph printed in colors #59 of 100 Signed and dated lower right Image 15” x 12.5”; Frame 20.5” x 26.5” $800-1,200

175


331 MONTE VERDE YOUNG DINING SUITE Monte Verde Young, designed circa 1956 Comprised of 8 side chairs, 2 arm chairs, 1 table, 2 white side chairs Chairs retain 1956 upholstery tag Table 29.5”h x 42” x 76”; Side chairs 32.5”h x 21”w x 18”d; Armchairs 32.5”h x 22”w x 22”d; White chairs 31.75”h x 20.5”w x 18.5”d $2,000-3,000


17 7

332 MARIA FLAVIA DESEJO DE PAZ Tapestry #3 of 6 Aubusson Signed lower right; Aubusson markings lower left; signature and title in selvedge verso 58” x 45” $3,000-5,000


333 HANS J. WEGNER PAPA CHAIR Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed circa 1951 38”h x 35”w x 27”d $4,000-6,000

334 HANS J. WEGNER PAPA CHAIR Model no. AP 19 A.P. Stolen, designed circa 1950 38”h x 35”w x 27”d $4,000-6,000


335 DAVID HOCKNEY LITHOGRAPH OF WATER MADE OF LINES, CRAYON, AND TWO BLUE WASHES 1978-80 Lithograph in colors #83 of 85 Tyler Graphics Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Raisonne # T-252 Sheet 26” x 34.25” $20,000-30,000

336 DAVID HOCKNEY CATHERINA DORTHEA VIEHMANN MARCHEN FRAU 1969 Etching with aquatint #83 of 100 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 24” x 17.5” $1,200-1,500

179


337 HANS BURKHARDT UNTITLED 1956 Oil on canvas Signature and date lower right Frame 18.75” x 22.5” $2,000-3,000


338 EDWARD WORMLEY SIDE TABLE Model no. 5648 Dunbar, designed circa 1957-65 Retains Gold Dunbar tag and label 19.25”h x 38.5”diameter $1,500-2,000

181

339 EDWARD WORMLEY BUFFET Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Bleached mahogany 35”h x 72”l x 21”d $2,000-3,000


340 EDWARD WORMLEY ROLL TOP DESK Dunbar, designed 1967 35”h x 74.5”l x 27.5”d $3,000-5,000


341 BILLY AL BENGSTON HONOLULU WATERCOLOR 1979 Watercolor on paper Artist label verso Sheet 29.75” x 22.75”; Frame 37.75” x 30.75” $1,000-1,500

342 BILLY AL BENGSTON VICTORIA 2000 Watercolor on paper Initialed, titled and dated lower middle Sheet 6” x 5.75:” Frame 15.5” x 14.75” $400-600

183


343 MILO BAUGHMAN DESK Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1965 28.5”h x 54”w x 24”d $2,000-3,000

344 MILO BAUGHMAN PAIR OF ARMCHAIRS Directional, designed circa 1970 Each 32”h x 23”w x 29”d $1,600-1,800

345 MILO BAUGHMAN ARMCHAIR Thayer Coggin, designed circa 1959 28”h x 27”w x 29”d $800-1,200


346 WILLIAM BOWIE TERUKO Circa 1965 Steel with silver leaf 24” x 18” x 8” Illustrated:

W IR E S C UL P TU R E AND OTH ER

TH R E E-D IME N S IO N AL C ONSTR U C TI ON, B R O MME R , DAV IS P UB L IC ATI ONS, 1 968, P G 10

$500-800

347 MILO BAUGHMAN DESK Model no. 1625 Glen of California, designed circa 1953 29.75”h x 56.75”l x 28”d $1,800-2,500

185


348 SVEND MADSEN DESK WITH CURVED TOP Povl Dinesen, designed circa 1960 Teak Stamped Povl Dinesen 29.5”h x 59” x 30” $800-1,200

349 ERIK BUCK AND OTHERS STOOL AS WELL AS DANISH MODERN ADJUSTABLE DRAFTING TABLE AND FILE CABINET Odense Mobelfabrick & others, designed circa 1960s Teak Table: 30”h x 51.5” x 27”; Stool: 24”h; File cabinet: 20.375”h x 31”w x 16”d Stool designed by Erik Buck for Odense Mobelfabrick $800-1,200


350 JOHANNES ANDERSEN BAR CABINET Skaaning, designed circa 1961 Rosewood 44.25”h x 45.25” x 16” $1,200-1,500

187


351 HENNING KOPPEL FLATWARE (47 PIECES) Caravel pattern Georg Jensen, designed 1957 Silver Comprised of 12 spoons, 12 forks, 11 salad forks, 12 knives Literature:

DESI GN 1935 -1965: W HAT

MO D ERN WAS, EI DELBERG, A BRA M S, 1 9 9 1 , PG 1 60 - 61

$5,000-6,000

352 TIMO SARPANEVA COVERED COOK WEAR (2) W. Rosenlew & Co., designed 1959 Cast Iron One retains original box 7”h x 11.5” x 8.25” and 3.5”h x 15” x 8” Literature:

DESI GN SI NCE 1945, P HI L A-

D ELPHIA MU SEU M OF A RT, RI ZZO L I , 1 9 83 , PG 1 61

$500-800

353 JENS QUISTGAARD ODIN FLATWARE SERVICE (79) Dansk, designed 1962 Stainless Steel Plus associated steak knives Comprised of 12 six-piece place settings plus 5 serving pieces (serving pieces made in Japan). $700-900


354 ANRI FORM GROUP OF SERVING CONTAINERS (14) Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1960 Comprised of four assorted sets: Cruet & caster, coffee & milk, square covered sauce bowl with stand and spoon, and six covered jars Each stand marked “Anri Form” $500-800

355 JENS QUISTGAARD & OTHERS ASSORTMENT OF TABLE SERVING PIECES (71) Dansk, Jensen and others, circa 1960-1975 Teak Some items designed by Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen, Jens Quistgaard for Dansk and others Serving cart not sold with lot $600-900

189


356 GRETE JALK LOUNGE CHAIR France & Sons, designed 1960 Stamped Povl Dinesen 29”h x 32” x 32” $1,200-1,500

357 TOVE & EDVARD KINDT-LARSEN PAIR OF SIDE TABLES (2) France & Sons, designed circa 1960 Teak Retains France & Sons decal 23”h x 29.5” x 20.5” $500-800

358 DANISH MODERN PAIR OF ARM CHAIRS (2) Sonderborg, designed circa 1960 Teak Marked Sonderborg Each 31”h x 25”w x 21”d $200-300


359 HANS J. WEGNER EASY LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Carl Hansen & Sons, designed 1951 Model no. 25 Each 28”h x 27”w x 30”d $2,500-3,500

191

360 INGMAR RELLING SIESTA LOUNGE CHAIR AND FOOTSTOOL Westhofa Furniture, Norway, designed 1965 Retains label “Westhofa Furniture Made in Norway” 38.5”h x 24”w x 54”d (with ottoman) Literature:

S C AN D INAVI AN M ODER N

D E S IGN 18 8 0 -19 8 0, M C FADDEN, ABR AM S, 19 8 2 , P G 2 0 4

$1,000-1,500

361 DANISH MODERN COFFEE TABLE Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1960 Teak 16”h x 59” x 20.25” $800-1,200


362 ARNE JACOBSEN PAIR OF SWIVEL ARMCHAIRS (2) Model no. 3217 Fritz Hansen, designed circa 1962 Retains Fritz Hansen label Each 33”h x 27”w x 23”d Literature:

FRITZ HANSEN FURNITURE

CATALOGUE , 1963, PG 12

$3,000-5,000

363 HANS J. WEGNER WISHBONE OR Y CHAIRS (2) Model no. 24 Carl Hansen & Sons, designed 1950 Stamped “Made in Denmark Hans Wegner Carl Hansen & Sons” Each 27”h x 21”w x 22”d $500-700


364 HANS J. WEGNER DINING TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS Chair model no. CH-30 Carl Hansen & Son, designed 1952 Chairs marked “Carl Hansen & Son” Table closed: 29” x 49” (open 84”) x 39.5”; Chairs 29.5”h x 20”w x 17”d Literature:

H ANS J WEG NER ’S 1 00 CH AI R S,

C O R O N A B O O KS, 2002, P G 86

$1,800-2,500

193


365 NIAGARA IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, HOT BOX & HAVOC (4) Circa 2002 Punk series No. 13, 12 and 10 Produced by Padded Cell Each signed Together with “Geisha This” print 5.5”h x 11” x 3”; 9”h x 3.25” x 2.5”; 12”h x 6.5” x 3.5” $1,000-1,500

366 JIM HOUSER COMFORT IN THE IDEA 1999 Oil on wood Signed verso “Jim Nov 99” 7.125” x 6” x 2” $1,000-1,500


367 VERNER PANTON FUN CEILING LIGHTS (2) Model no. Fun 1 DA Louis Poulsen & Co., 1972, these produced later Aluminum Each with Verner Panton label on stem Each 28”h x approximately 17”d Literature:

V E R NER PANTON: TH E

C O L L EC TE D WO R KS, VI TR A DESI G N MUS E UM, 2 0 0 0, P G 288

$800-1,200

368 VERNER PANTON PAIR OF BACHELOR CHAIRS Model no. 3351 Fritz Hansen, designed circa 1962 Each 29”h x 20.5”w x 29”d Literature:

FRITZ HANSEN FURNITURE

CATALOGUE , 19 6 3, P G 78

$1,200-1,500

195


ÁNGEL BOTELLO Ángel Botello (1913-1986), accomplished painter, sculptor, and graphic artist, achieved international recognition through his wide-ranging talents, styles, and subject matter. After studying and painting at art school in Paris and Madrid, Botello joined the Spanish Civil War as a cartographer. Upon Francisco Franco’s victory in 1939, Botello and his family fled to the Dominican Republic where a burgeoning artist community of locals and European exiles welcomed the talented painter. He achieved success and developed his post-impressionistic style through painting bright tropical landscapes and figures; art critics and dealers deemed him “The Caribbean Gaugin”. In 1953, Botello and his family moved to San Juan, Puerto Rico, his home until his death in 1986. As an art pioneer in the country, he opened one of the first art galleries and began painting his three children, his favorite subjects. “Untitled (No. 1781)” and “Untitled (1919)”, more animated in the style of Picasso yet equally as vibrant, express a playfulness and optimism not previously seen in his earlier work. Literature: “Angel Botello.” Atlas Galleries. Atlas Galleries Chicago, 2005. Web. 14 May 2011.

369 ÁNGEL BOTELLO UNTITLED (NO. 1781) Oil on canvas Signed lower right 72” x 60” Provenance: PRI VATE

COLLECTI ON ,

BEV ERLY H I LL S, CA LI FORNI A

$45,000-50,000


370 ÁNGEL BOTELLO UNTITLED (NO. 1919) Oil on wood panel Signed lower right 42” x 36” Provenance: P R I VATE

C OLLECTI ON,

B E V E R LY H ILL S, C ALI FOR NI A

$35,000-45,000

197


371 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR COFFEE TABLE Manufacturer unknown, circa 1948 17.25”h x 54” x 54” Provenance: F HUG H AND MA RY H ERBERT, BEL A I R

$2,500-3,500

372 MONTE VERDE YOUNG SIDEBOARD Monte Verde Young, designed circa 1956 32.75”h x 55”w x 19”d $2,000-3,000

373 NOT ILLUSTRATED MODERN DECORATOR PAIR OF DEMI-LUNE CONSOLE TABLES (2) Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970, see illustration online Each 31.5”h x 25”w x 18”d $1,000-1,500


374 PETER PEPPER UNTITLED (WALL SCULPTURE)

375 AMERICAN MODERN WALL SCULPTURE

Peter Pepper Products, designed circa 1958 Retains label verso 8.5”h x 50” x 2”

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970 51” x 32” x 3” $300-500

$1,000-1,500

199


376 PAUL MCCOBB HIGHBACK CHAIR Model no. 3015 Custom Craft, designed circa 1957 39.5”h x 32” x 32” $1,500-2,000

377 IBRAM LASSAW, STYLE COFFEE TABLE Designed circa 1960 Melt coated welded steel with glass 14.5”h x 65” x 42” $1,800-2,500


378 T.H. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS, ATTRIBUTED PAIR OF LOUNGE CHAIRS Possibly Widdicomb, designed circa 1950 Each 28.75”h x 18”w x 23”d $2,000-3,000

379 AMRIT RAU SNAKES & LADDERS AND UNTITLED (2) 1988 China ink and gouache on paper with acrylic Each signed and dated lower right Each sheet 22.25” x 30”; Frame 29.5” x 36.5” $2,000-3,000

201


380 ITALIAN MODERN GLASS TABLE LAMP Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970 18.5”h x 15”diameter $800-1,200

381 GINO SARFATTI FLOOR LAMP Arteluce, designed circa 1950 57”h $1,500-2,000

382 AMERICAN MODERN LOW LOUNGE CHAIRS (2) Manufacturer unknown, circa 1970s Plastic and vinyl Each 23”h x 35”w x 29”d $1,500-2,500

383 NOT ILLUSTRATED CHARLES HOLLIS JONES LOW TABLE Manufactured by the designer, designed circa 1970 See illustration online Chrome, acrylic and glass 20”h x 26”w x 12”d $300-500


384 YAACOV AGAM UNTITLED

385 VICTOR VASARELY UNTITLED (PEBBLE SERIES)

1973 Color lithograph Artist Proof #17 of 18 Signature and edition lower right Image 19.5” x 17.75”; Frame 35.5” x 32.75”

1947-53 Color lithograph #138 of 138 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 18” x 15.75”; Frame 26” x 24”

$600-800

$600-800

386 RONALD DAVIS UNTITLED (FROM SLAB CHANGING SERIES) 1972 Acrylic on acetate on board Signature and date lower right; retains John Berggruen Gallery label verso Sheet 8” x 20”; Frame 9” x 20.5” $1,000-1,500

203


R. CRUMB Founder of the Underground Comix movement of the 1960s, Robert Crumb (b. 1943, usually referred to as R. Crumb), is beloved for his satirical and twisted depictions of American life. Some of his most popular characters are Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural, a cynical and humorous sage with a long white beard who delights in uttering oddball aphorisms. Originally from Philadelphia, Crumb traveled to Cleveland after high school to illustrate greeting cards for the American Greetings Corporation. It was here that his boss described his drawings as “too grotesque,” and according to Crumb, “I was trained to draw ‘cute’ little neuter characters which influenced my technique, and even now my work has this cuteness about it.” It was also in Cleveland where Crumb met the legendary Harvey Pekar, at the time a down-and-out file clerk. They collaborated on the first issues of American Splendor; Pekar wrote the autobiographical and cynical text while Crumb illustrated, resulting in an award-winning partnership that lasted well into the 1980s. Crumb moved to San Francisco and started writing his own comics, including Zap Comix and Weirdo, both vehicles for characters like Mr. Natural as well as his sardonically sexual themes. The first drawing (lot 387)is from an R. Crumb illustrated 10th anniversary edition of Edward Abbey’s The Monkey Wrench Gang, a witty critique of environmental destruction of the American Southwest. The second illustration (lot 388)comes from the outlandish and uncompromisingly hippy Eat It: A Cookbook by Dana Crumb and Shery Cohen. Literature: Crumb, Robert. The History of Crumb. Robert Crumb, 2011. Web. 14 May 2011.

387 ROBERT CRUMB UNTITLED (ILLUSTRATION FROM THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG)

388 ROBERT CRUMB UNTITLED (ILLUSTRATION FROM EAT IT: A COOKBOOK)

1984 Ink on paper Signature and date lower right Image 13” x 11”; Frame 18.5” x 16”

1972 Ink on paper Image 13.5” x 10.75”; Frame 23.75” x 21”

$13,000-15,000

$10,000-15,000


389 CHARLES ADDAMS “I TELL YOU, MAMA,...” (ILLUSTRATION) Ink on paper Possibly used in New Yorker Magazine Signed lower right Image 9” x 7.5”; Frame 15.5” x 13” $3,000-5,000

390 A . JACKSON UNTITLED (ILLUSTRATION) Circa 1940s Ink on paper Image 7” x 9.75”; Frame 13.25” x 15.5” $200-300

205


391 JOHN LEVEE UNTITLED 1960 Gouache Signed and dated upper right; retains Esther Robles Gallery label Image 30.5” x 22”; Frame 37” x 29.5” $1,800-2,500

392 ED REPP BLACK ROSE Oil on canvas Signed lower right; titled verso 36.75” x 22” $1,800-2,500


207

393 BERNARD “TONY” ROSENTHAL UNTITLED (SCULPTURE) Studio, executed 1953 Signed and dated This work is very similar to his “Eurydice” published in Arts & Architecture Magazine, November 1953. 43”h x 6.25” x 6.5” Provenance: P R O F ESSOR

& M R S G EOR G E

H AMILTO N , N E W YO RK ( ACQ U I R ED FR OM TH E ARTIST ) ; P R IVATE COLLECTI ON, CALIFO R N IA ( AC Q UIR E D FR OM AB OVE TH R OU G H C H R ISTIE S, N E W YO R K )

$5,000-7,000


394 JONATHAN BOROFSKY MOLECULE MEN (2783425)

395 DUTCH DESIGN CUSTOM CABINET

1979-82 Screenprint #3 of 12 Signature and date lower right; edition lower left Sheet 92.5” x 80”; Frame 95” x 83”

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1960 71.5”h x 91.25” x 12.5”d $2,000-3,000

$6,000-9,000

209


396 AARON BOHROD UNTITLED (SOLDIER) Oil on panel Signed lower left Image 39” x 28”; Frame 44” x 33” $2,500-3,500

397 AARON BOHROD END OF THE RIDE Oil on canvas Signed lower left Image 16.25” x 22”; Frame 26” x 32” $2,500-3,500


The

f o l l o w i n g f o u r l o ts w i l l b e sold with no reserve:

398 GERALD MCCABE OCCASIONAL TABLE Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1968 Branded signature 28”h x 36” x 60” (glass top not illustrated) This versatile table can be turned on its side to make a low or high coffee table $1,200-1,500

399 GERALD MCCABE PAIR OF OCCASIONAL TABLES Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1968 Branded signature Each 19.5”h x 30” x 20”w This versatile table can be turned on its side to make a low or high coffee table. $1,000-1,500

211 400 GERALD MCCABE CHEST OF DRAWERS Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1968 Branded signature 28.5”h x 59.5”l x 18”d $3,000-5,000

401 GERALD MCCABE CUSTOM BED Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1968 30”h x 110” x 110” $3,000-5,000


402 ALLEN RUPPERSBERG 23 PIECES 1969 Spiral bound books (5) Unknown edition Self Published; Photography by Gary Krueger Ruppersberg’s very first artist’s book illustrates a photographic survey of the late sixties Los Angeles environment that oftentimes finds the artist in the picture. 6.25” x 8.25” $1,500-2,000

403 LOUISE NEVELSON PLANT 1975 Painted wood Initialed “LN” with edition 6.75”h x 3.5” x 3.5” $2,000-3,000

404 MARY BAUERMEISTER LENS SERIES Mixed Media construction Signed verso 17.5” x 17.5” x 4.5” $2,000-3,000


405 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES MODERN OF PAIR END TABLES Custom manufacturer, circa 1948 End tables each: 24.5”h x 22” x 20”; Coffee table: 16”h x 48” x 23.5” Together with associated coffee table, not illustrated Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$2,000-3,000

406 EDWARD WORMLEY SOFA Dunbar, designed circa 1955 29.5”h x 89”l x 31”d $3,000-5,000

407 NOT ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN MODERN COFFEE TABLE Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970 17.5”h x 34” x 34” $400-600

213


408 JOSE LUIS CUEVAS MADAME AMALFI AND SELF-PORTRAIT December 14, 1965 Ink wash on paper Signed and dated and retains Silvan Simone Gallery label verso Image 8.5” x 11”; Frame 16.5” x 19.5” $2,500-3,500

409 FRANCIS DE ERDELY SLEEPING PEASANT Charcoal and whiting on paper Signed lower right Frame 33.75” x 43.75” $2,500-3,500


410 WIM RIETVELD FLOOR LAMP

411 GUY BARKER , JR . ADJUSTABLE TABLE

Gispen, designed circa 1955 60”h adjustable

Richards Morgenthau Co., designed 1953 29”h x 35.75” x 35.75”

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

215

412 STENDIG TABLE Manufactured by Asko, Finland; distributed by Stendig, designed circa 1970 Retains Stendig and Asko labels 28.25”h x 31.5” x 63” $1,500-2,000


413 CEDRIC HARTMAN PAIR OF FLOOR LAMPS Cedric Hartman, Inc., designed 1966 Stamped “Cedric Hartman, Inc, Made in USA” Each 36.5”h x 13” x 11” Literature:

DESI GN SI NCE 1945, P HI L A-

D ELPHIA MU SEU M OF A RT, RI ZZO L I ,1 9 83, PG 1 4 6

$3,000-5,000

414 LINO SABATTINI CENTERPIECE BOWL Sabattini, designed circa 1970 Stamped “Sabattini” and with makers mark 7.5”h x 12” x 14.675” $2,000-3,000

415 KARL SPRINGER PAIR OF ACRYLIC LAMPS (2) Springer, designed circa 1975 Each signed Each 28”h x 18.5” x 11” (with shade) $2,500-3,500


217

416 C. JERE WALL SCULPTURE Jere, designed circa 1968 21”h x 60”l x 8”d $2,000-3,000


417 SUZANNE EISENDIECK FIONA AU JARDIN Oil on canvas Signed lower left; titled on stretcher verso Image 15” x 18”; Frame 24.5” x 27” $2,000-3,000

418 PHILLIPPE NOYER DEPART DU BATEAU DE BELLE. NLE 1954 Oil on canvas Signature, date and title lower left Image 23” x 28”; Frame 32.5” x 37.5” $3,000-5,000

419 LUIGI LUCIONI FALL SHADOWS 1947 Watercolor Signature and date lower left; retains label verso Image 13.5” x 20”; Frame 25.25” x 31.25” $8,000-12,000


420 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR PAIR OF GREEN CELADON LAMPS (2) Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 25”h x 16”diameter Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$1,500-2,000

421 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR PAIR OF CHINESE INSPIRED TABLE LAMPS (2) Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 21”h x 5.25”diameter Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$1,500-2,000

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422 LUCIA FORTUNY VOILERS 1971 Oil on canvas Signed lower right Image 21.5” x 25.75”; Frame 29” x 33.75” $1,000-1,500


423 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR JAPANESE INSPIRED TABLE LAMP Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 29.5”h x 9”diameter Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$2,000-3,000

424 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR CHINESE INSPIRED TABLE LAMP Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 32”h x 9”diameter Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$500-700

425 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR GREEN FLORAL TABLE LAMP Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 22.625”h x 5.25” x 5.25” (with shade) Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$500-700

426 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR CREAM CELADON LAMP Custom manufactured, circa 1948 Glazed ceramic 26”h x 15” x 11” (with shade) Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H ER B ERT, BEL AI R

$2,000-3,000

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427 CARMEN GENCHEFF, DECORATOR SOFA SET (4) Baker, circa 1970 Comprised of a couch, settee & two chairs Sofa 29”h x 96”l x 33”d; Settee 30”h x 60”l x 31”d; Chairs 29”h x 28”w x 29”d $2,000-3,000

428 NOT ILLUSTRATED MODERN DECORATOR CONSOLE Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1970 See illustration online Acrylic with glass top 30”h x 66”w x 36”d $200-400


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429 WILLIAM “BILLY” HAINES, DECORATOR SET OF 12 FRAMED PICTURES Artists unknown, circa 1950 Each 14.25” x 11.25” Provenance: F H UGH AN D MARY H E R B E RT, B E L AI R

$1,500-2,000


430 SIGMUND MENKES RED POPPY Oil on canvas Signed lower right; label verso Image 31.5” x 21”; Frame 41” x 35” $6,000-9,000

431 GABRIEL DAUCHET HARLEQUIN & VILLAGE DANCE Oil on panel Each signed lower right Each Image 7.5” x 18”; Frame 15” x 26” $2,000-3,000


432 MATSUMI KANEMITSU HAWAII #5 1973 Acrylic on canvas Signature and date lower right; retains Janus Gallery label verso 60” x 49” $2,000-4,000

433 SHOICHI HASEGAWA UNTITLED 1971 Etching Artist Proof Signed lower right; titled and dated lower middle; edition lower left Sheet 30” x 22”; Frame 31.75” x 21.75” $800-1,200

434 NEDA AL-HILALI BURNING BUSH 1986 Painted metal wall construction Signed and dated lower right 55” x 38” x 3” $1,000-2,000

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435 MARK BRAIZER-JONES LARGE MIRROR Custom designed, 1993 Signed and dated 76” x 54” x 9” $5,000-7,000


436 RUBIN KADISH UNTITLED 1966 Steel Signed and dated 9.25” x 16” $3,000-5,000

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437 KYLE WORKMAN TWO BOXES BLACK BEAUTY 1968 Acrylic on canvas Signature, date and title verso 69.25” x 43.25” $500-700


438 TOM HOLLAND PLATT Circa 1980 Epoxy on fiberglass Signature, date and title verso 88” x 63” x 4” $2,000-3,000


439 ANN THORNEYCROFT SANKHARA V

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1987 Acrylic on canvas Signed verso 50” x 60” $2,500-3,500

440 WILLIAM BRICE UNTITLED 1989 Etching Lower left “B.89” and with blind stamp Sheet 29.75” x 22.25”; Frame 32.5” x 24.5” $600-900


441 PETER SHIRE FLEETLINE TEAPOT

442 ANNA SILVER TEAPOT

Studio, executed circa 1983 Glazed ceramic 12”h x 8” x 8”

Studio, executed circa 1989 Glazed ceramic Signed 8.5”h x 13” x 8”

$1,200-1,800

$400-600

443 PETER SHIRE MINIATURE TEAPOTS (3) Studio, executed 2000 One not illustrated Glazed ceramic Each 2.5”h x 2.5” x 1” LAMA wishes to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing these teapots $900-1,200

444 PETER SHIRE EXTREMELY RARE EARLY TEAPOT Executed circa 1978 Glazed ceramic 8”h x 8.5” x 5” Signed “EXP” Peter Shire executed this prior to opening his studio gallery but after graduating from The Chouinard Art Institute in 1970. $600-900


445 DALE CHIHULY PAIR OF VASES Studio, circa 1984 Blown glass Each 3”h $1,000-1,500

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446 ANNA SILVER PAIR OF VASES Studio, executed circa 1987 Glazed ceramic Signed 21.75”h x 13”diameter and 13”h x 13” x 9.5”diameter $1,000-1,500


447 STEPHEN GREENE REMEMBRANCE 1978 Work on canvas Signed lower left; signature, date and title verso 60” x 60” $2,000-3,000

448 ROBERT JESSUP MAGICAL SPELL 1986 Oil on canvas Signature, title and date verso 43.5” x 42” $800-1,200


449 TOM SAVAGE OVERVIEW 2008 Oil on canvas with charcoal Signature, title and date verso 64” x 54” $3,000-5,000

233 450 SIGRID BURTON ITALIAN JOURNAL (2 PARTS) Oil on canvas Signature and title verso 51” x 101” $1,500-2,500


451 BARBARA KASTEN CONSTRUCT NYC-6 1983 Photograph Artist Proof Signature and date lower right; edition and title lower left Image 28” x 20”; Frame 42.5” x 34” $600-800


452 LEONARD KOSCIANSKI PULL PRESS; CLAMP; HOOK AND HAMMER (4) 1979 Pastel on paper Each signature and date lower left Each sheet 41.25” x 30”; Frame 46” x 34.25” $800-1,200

453 NOT ILLUSTRATED MODERN DECORATOR GROUP OF RATTAN CHAIRS (7) McGuire, designed circa 1965 Retains McGuire labels, See illustration online Each 37.25”h x 23”w x 24”d $700-900

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PACIFIC STAN

Photography © Grant Mudford.


NDARD TIME OCTOBER 2 011

Collecting in Los Angeles

1945-1980

The Estate of

Mr. Richard Dorso

Claes Oldenberg, Fire Plug Souvenier - Chicago August 1968 1968, Acquired from Richard Feigen Gallery

John Baldessari, Sleep while you grow rich. 1966-1967, Acquired from Molly Barnes Gallery show

From the Estate of Mr. Richard Dorso

From the Estate of Mr. Richard Dorso

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INDEX A

Aalto, Alvar 146 Aarnio, Eero 232 Addams, Charles 389 Al-Hilali, Neda 434 Andersen, Johannes 350 Anuszkiewicz, Richard 15-16 Appel, Karl 137-138 Arneson, Robert 215 Arnz, Michael 225 Austin, Marilyn Kay 31 Avery, Milton 310

B

Baldessari, John 18-20 Barker, Jr., Guy 411 Barovier, Angelo 245 Basquiat, Jean-Michel 303 Bauermeister, Mary 404 Baughman, Milo 48-49, 343-47 Bejar, Feliciano 312-314 Bel Geddes, Norman 100 Bellman, Hans 236 Bengston, Billy Al 341-342 Berger, Ueli 258 Berlini, James 322 Bertoia, Harry 37, 319 Bidlo, Mike 169 Bitters, Stan 216 Bohrod, Aaron 217, 396-397 Bolotowsky, Ilya 105 Borofsky, Jonathan 394 Botello, Angel 369-370 Bourke-White, Margaret 97 Bowie, William 346 Braizer-Jones, Mark 435 Braun, Artur 40 Brice, William 440 Broderson, Morris 180 Buck, Erik 349 Burkhardt, Hans 337 Burton, Sigrid 450

C

Calder, Alexander 10-11 Carboni, Erberto 257 Caro, Anthony 329 Carpeaux, Jean-Baptiste 68 Cascella, Michele 77 Castellani, Enrico 246 Castiglioni, Achille 259 Cerenne 130 Chann, George 90-92 Chihuly, Dale 445 Clerque, Lucien 64 Close, Chuck 63 Cohen, Bruce 293-294 Cohen, Larry 295 Conal, Robbie 71 Cornelius, Philip 285-286 Cressey, David 267, 275-278 Crumb, Robert 387-388

D

Dauchet, Gabriel Davis, Ronald de Erdely, Francis De Larios, Dora de Rossi, Pucci de Swart, Jan Delaunay, Sonia Dill, Laddie John Dine, Jim Duckworth, Ruth Dufy, Raoul

431 386 409 272-274 251 193 127 290-291 170-172 281-282 129

E

Eames, Charles 12, 14, 41-43, 296 Eisendieck, Suzanne 417 Engel, Jules 223 Espenet, Arthur 195-198 Evans, Paul 115, 161-163

F

Fairey, Shepard Faralla, Richard Finkelstein, Max Flavia, Maria Follis, John Form, Anri Fornasetti, Piero Fortuny, Lucia Francis, Sam Frankenthaler, Helen

G

Gambone, Guido Gencheff, Carmen Ginori, Richard Goode, Rex Greene, Stephen Gronborg, Erik Guimard, Hector

175-177 325 181-182 332 25-26 354 244 422 283 284 266 427 250 23-24 447 212 111

H

Haines, “Billy” 72-78, 80-81, 84-89, 135, 159, 224, 371, 405,420-426, 429 Hartman, Cedric 413 Hasegawa, Shoichi 433 Hayward, James 287 Heino, Vivika & Otto 213 Hiquily, Philippe 133 Hirst, Damien 50 Hockney, David 335-336 Holland, Tom 438 Houser, Jim 366 Hundertwasser 164-165

J

Jackson, A. Jacobsen, Arne Jacquet, Alain Jalk, Grete Jansen, Maison Jere, C. Jessup, Robert Johns, Jasper

390 362 124 356 228-229 416 448 174

K

Kadish, Rubin 436 Kage, Wilhelm 144 Kanemitsu, Matsumi 432 Kapel, John 279 Kasten, Barbara 451 Keita, Seydou 55 Kelly, Ellsworth 173 Kindt-Larsen 357 Kjaerholm, Poul 141 Knoll, Florence 317-318 Koppel, Henning 351 Koscianski, Leonard 452

L

Lassaw, Ibram Laszlo, Paul Leland, Malcolm Levee, John Lichtenstein, Roy Lodato, Peter Loffler, Berthold

Longo, Robert 33-34, 57 Loomis Valenza, Daniel 196 Luce, Jean 222 Lucioni, Luigi 419 Lukens, Glen 210 Lundin, Ingeborg 143

M

Madsen, Svend 348 Maloof, Sam 183-189 Marini, Marino 249 Martinelli, Elio 261 Mategot, Mathieu 131-132 Matter, Herbert 65 Maxwell, Robert 277 McCabe, Gerald 398-401 McCobb, Paul 376 McDonald, Julie 199 McMakin, Roy 300 Menkes, Sigmund 430 Mies van der Rohe 106-107 Miller, Henry 299 Miro, Joan 116-117, 128 Moore, Henry 330 Moser, Koloman 109 Moulthrop 200-202 Mull, Martin 298 Muller-Munk, Peter 95

N

Nakashima, George 190-191 Natzler 205-209 Negulesco, Jean 326 Nelson, George 13, 21, 35-36 Neutra, Richard 203-204 Nevelson, Louise 403 Newell, Gordon 32 Newton, Helmut 60 Niagara 365 Noguchi, Isamu 38 Noyer, Phillippe 418

O

S

Saarinen, Eero 53, 237 Sabattini, Lino 414 Sarfatti, Gino 262, 381 Sarpaneva, Timo 254, 352 Saunders, Raymond 328 Savage, Tom 449 Saxbo 145 Scheier 218-221 Serrano, Andres 230 Sherman, Cindy 56 Shire, Peter 441-444 Shoemaker, Don 311 Shulman, Julius 8 Siegel, Gustav 108 Silberg, Bent 154 Silver, Anna 442, 446 Simon, Jerome 321 Sokolsky, Melvin 61 Soldner, Paul 214 Sottsass, Ettore 247 Springer, Karl 415 Stocksdale, Bob 194 Sturges, Jock 69-70 Sugimoto, Hiroshi 58-59

T

Tackett, La Gardo Tamayo, Rufino Thorneycroft, Anny Tiffany Tobey, Mark Toulouse-Lautrec Tura, Aldo

179 151

U

Palmqvist, Sven 142 Pani, Arturo 315-316 Panton, Verner 367-368 Parsons, Betty 288 Parzinger, Tommi 134 Peche, Dagobert 113 Pepper, Peter 374 Pettibon, Raymond 302 Pettibone, Richard 167-168 Pianon, Alessandro 255 Picasso, Pablo 118-125 Pittman, Lari 327 Ponti, Gio 248, 252-253 Poons, Larry 231 Potter, Carter 289 Price, Ken 211

V

Oliveira, Nathan Omann, Gunni

P

Q

Quinn, Anthony Quistgaard, Jens

R 377 238-240 29 391 44-47, 227 292 114

Rietveld, Wim 410 Robsjohn-Gibbings, T.H. 378 Rohde, Gilbert 99, 101-103 Rosenquist, James 233 Rosenthal, “Tony” 393 Ruppersberg, Allen 402 Ruscha, Edward 51-52

323-324 353, 355

Rady, Elsa 280 Rams, Dieter 39 Rau, Amrit 379 Rauschenberg, Robert 155-157 Ray, Man 1-7 Relling, Ingmar 360 Repp, Ed 392

Uelsman, Jerry Umanoff, Arthur van Keppel, Hendrik Vasarely, Victor Vassos, John Venard, Claude

27-30 304-309 439 112 234-235 126 265 66 22 269-271 385 96 241-242

W

Warhol, Andy 166 Watson, Albert 62 Wayne, June 178 Wegman, William 139-140, 158 Wegner, Hans 147, 152 333-334, 359, 363-364 Wight, Frederick 82 Williams, Mason 301 Workman, Kyle 437 Wormley, Ed. 338-340, 406 Wright, Russel 93-94

Y

Yanagi, Sori

Z

Zendel, Gabriel

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AUCTION:

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011 12PM NOON (PST)

PREVIEW: JUNE 18 - 25TH 10AM - 6PM (PST)

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