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Preview: May 15 -May 22, 10-6pm (PST) Auction: Sunday, May 23, 12pm (PST) 16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91406


The shape of things.

As the financial markets start to return to normal, I can’t help wonder if the art market isn’t a better place to invest. For one thing, you are unlikely to wake up tomorrow to discover half of your painting is gone because of predatory lending in the housing market; or three of your dining chairs have disappeared due to a bad credit default swap. But more important than the financial investment, there is the emotional one. I love hanging out in the Wegner “Papa” chair I’ve had since 1996. I enjoy rearranging the objects and books on my Eames storage unit (one of my first purchases in 1988!). Both have gone up and down in value while I’ve owned them, but I can’t possibly measure the dividends that eawch have paid in the quality of my life. More recently, I have discovered that Fine Art adds an exciting dimension to any interior. In this catalogue you will find a selection of the best art and objects I could find available on the market. The standout highlight is a large offering from the private collection of GLC Art Co. LLC; Gerard L. Cafesjian, President. From Altoon and Bayer to Vasarely and Warhol, works from this collection represent some of the best examples to surface in recent memory.

Incredibly, many lots offered here are entering the market for the first time. The Van Keppel Green designs were acquired by Paul Kasper (a sculptor, landscape architect and former employee of VKG) when they were first designed and still look like they did sixty years ago. Several lots of objects come from Elaine K. Sewell Jones and the late A. Quincy Jones. Anyone who had the pleasure of visiting this extraordinary power couple of modern design in their home will surely recognize the Architectural Pottery, Eames furniture, and Arts & Architecture magazines always on display. And the Frank Lloyd Wright carpet is direct from his son David’s residence in Arizona and is unlike any Wright-designed object ever to come on the market. This is a big sale, so I hope you will take it all in. Think about what may enhance your life. Select a few works you can’t live without. And simply enjoy the shape of things!

— Peter Loughrey, Director


1 Hendrick Van Keppel & Taylor Green Tall freestanding bookshelf VKG, designed circa 1946 72”h x 13”d x 96”l Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kasper

$5,000-7,000


2 David Cressey Pair of white planters Model no. AP-513 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1960 Glazed with texture Each 15.5”h x 20”diameter

3 Hendrick Van Keppel & Taylor Green console table VKG, designed circa 1951 26”h x 48”l x 18”d Provenance:

Estate of Pau l Kaspe r

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-1,500

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4 Hendrick Van Keppel & Taylor Green Group of 6 dining chairs VKG, designed circa 1950 Each 29.5”h x 22.5”w x 20”d Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kasper

$1,500-2,000


5 Hendrick Van Keppel & Taylor Green Dining table VKG, designed circa 1950 27”h x 38”w x 72” Provenance:

Estate of Pau l Kasper

$2,500-3,500

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6 Paul Soldner Sculpture Studio, executed circa 1958-1962 Glazed ceramic Signed 43”h x 13”diameter Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kasper

$3,000-5,000

7 Paul Soldner Sculpture Studio, executed circa 1958-1962 Glazed ceramic Signed 32.25”h x 9” x 9” Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kasper

$3,000-5,000


8 Adolph Gottlieb Black Signs 1967 Wool tapestry Signed, titled and numbered on a linen label affixed verso #1 of 5 53.5” x 72” Provenance: Fro m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of GLC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$8,000-10,000

9 Adolph Gottlieb Chrome Green 1972 Serigraph in colors Signed and numbered in pencil #131 of 150 35.875” x 27.5” Provenance: Fro m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of GLC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$3,000-5,000

10 Anatoli Papanian Don Quixote, the Woman and the Death 1991 Etching on paper #6 of 13 24” x 30” $1,000-1,500

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11 John follis & Rex Goode Sombrero on stand

12 Hendrick Van Keppel & Taylor Green Child’s chair

13 Hendrick Van Keppel & Taylor Green Refectory table

Model no. 4048 Architectural Pottery, designed 1949 29”h x 24.5”diameter

VKG, designed circa 1940 29”h x 14”w x 17”d

VKG, designed circa 1950 To be used as a bookshelf or table, this versatile unit was often advertised by Van Keppel & Green in Arts & Architecture magazines 27.25”h x 13”d x 94”l

$1,500-2,000

$400-600

Provenance: Estate Literature: Arts

o f Paul Kasper

& Architecture , May 1 95 2

$3,000-5,000


14 Mitchell Bobrick Control Light Controlight Company, designed circa 1949 Retains label “Controlight Los Angeles, Calif” 60”h x 20” x 28” This lamp won an A.I.D. merit award in 1949 Provenance:

Estate of Pau l Kaspe r

$2,000-3,000

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15 Paul Kasper Untitled Studio, executed circa 1968 Welded metal 28.5”h x 20” x 13” Provenance: Estate

o f Pau l Kaspe r

$1,000-1,500

16 Paul Kasper Untitled Studio, executed circa 1968 Welded metal Stamped “8” 28.5”h x 26” x 6” Provenance: Estate

o f Pau l Kaspe r

$1,000-1,500

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17 Paul Kasper Untitled (2) Studio, executed circa 1968 Galvanized steel 10”h x 12” x 1.25” and 10”h x 15” x 15” Provenance: Estate

o f Pau l Kaspe r

$1,000-1,500

18 Paul Kasper Necklace Studio, executed circa 1968 Welded and melt-coated metal Provenance: Estate $500-1,000

o f Pau l Kaspe r


19 Larry Cohen Century City Seen From Eastbourne 1991 Oil on canvas Signed verso; Jan Turner Gallery label verso 22” x 22”; Framed 22.75” x 22.75” $4,000-6,000


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20 Roger Herman Girl on the Railroad Tracks

21 Roger Herman Untitled (Two figures Standing)

1987 Oil on canvas Signed and dated verso 24” x 12”

1981 Oil on paper Signature and date lower right Sheet 41.75” x 29.75” Framed 46” x 36”

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000


22 Arne Jacobsen Group of 8 Oxford chairs Fritz Hansen, designed circa 1965 Retains labels Side chairs 50”h x 18.5”w x 20”d; Armchairs 46”h x 25”w x 20.5”d Literature: Decorative

A rt in M oder n

Inte riors 1966/67, Viking P r ess, 1 9 6 6 , pg 75

$5,000-7,000


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23 Hans J. Wegner Dining table Model no. AT-319 Andr. Tuck, designed circa 1958 Rosewood Branded “Fabrikat=Andr. Tuck/ Arkitekt=Hans J. Wegner/Made in Denmark” 27.75”h x 117.75”l x 39.25”w $4,000-6,000


24 Borge Mogensen, attributed Lounge chair Possibly Karl Andersons, designed circa 1955 Rosewood and leather 30”h x 26”w x 29”d $1,500-2,000

25 Jean Gillon Lounge chair and ottoman Wood Art, designed circa 1965 Retains label “Gillon Handmade Jacaranda Wood - Wood Art - Industria Brasileira” 33”h x 35”w x 44”d $2,500-3,500


26 Tierney Gearon Untitled 1999 C-print mounted on Sintra Signed “Tierney Gearon” on a label verso From the edition of 5 40” x 50” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$2,000-3,000

27 Larry Sultan Mission Hills 2000 C-print White Cube Gallery label verso #2 of 15 Sheet 20” x 24”; Framed 23.5” x 26.75” $4,000-6,000

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28 Pedro Freidberg Occasional table Pedro Freidberg, designed circa 1975 24.5�h x 25�diameter $9,000-12,000


29 Gustavo Novoa Untitled screen 1972 Oil on panel Signed & dated bottom right panel 84”h x 72”l (each panel 18”w) $5,000-7,000

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30 Carlos Almaraz Untitled (2) 1989 Etching Each with signature and edition #10 of 25 and #46 of 50 Sheet 19” x 15” and 17” x 16.75” $1,500-2,000


31 Jose Clemente Orozco The Brothel 1935 Lithograph printed on BKF Rives paper Signed in pencil and numbered #37 of 120 15.875” x 22.75” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$1,800-2,500

23 32 Francisco Toledo Untitled (2) Etching Signed lower left; edition lower right Artist’s proof (EA) and #18 of 30 Image 6” x 9.75” (framed 14.5” x 18.5”) and Image 6.5” x 8” $1,500-2,500


33 Alexander Calder Group of 9 lithographs Circa 1971-76 Unknown edition Pubished by Galerie Maeght Various markings Various sizes, each framed $2,000-3,000


34 George Nelson Executive Office Group desk with return Model no. 9719 with no. 605 lamp & no. 601 Pendaflex file basket Herman Miller, designed 1949 29.75”h x 72” x 72.5” total This design was featured in the June 1952 issue of Arts & Architecture article on “Modern Office Furniture” as a “tool for better management”. Literature:

35 Eames & Friends Miniatures (10)

36 John Entenza, publisher Arts & Architecture Magazines

Vitra Design Museum Comprised of Eames “DCW”, “RAR”, Dowel chair and 3 “Time Life” stools; Nelson “Pretzel” chair, Prouve “Standard” chair and Jasper Morrison chair

Incomplete set dating 1949 to 1966 51 issues See full listing online

Provenance:

$400-600

Elaine K Sewell J ones

Provenance:

A Q uinc y J ones &

E laine K Sewell J ones

$800-1,200

Arts & Architecture ,

J u ne 1 95 2

$5,000-7,000

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37 George Nelson Case Goods cabinet

38 George Nelson Case Goods cabinet

39 George Nelson String clock Model no. 2214 Howard Miller,designed 1952 Retains Howard Miller label 19”diameter

40 George Nelson Executive Office Group desk

Herman Miller, designed circa 1947 Retains Herman Miller label 40”h x 18.5”d x 24”l

Model no. 5245 Herman Miller, designed circa 1947 Retains Herman Miller label 39.5”h x 18.5”d x 56”l

M ay 1 95 5

Model no. 8500 with no. 604 privacy screen Herman Miller, designed circa 1952 30”h x 39” x 20.5”

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,000

$800-1,200

$1,500-2,000

Literature: Arts

& Architecture ,


41 Ilya Bolotowsky Area rug Designed circa 1970 Wool rug Signed in selvedge verso 84�diameter $2,000-3,000

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42 John McLaughlin Untitled (#33) 1958 Oil on board Verso “John McLaughlin #33-1958 The Landau Gallery” 12” x 6.25” $20,000-30,000

The paintings from McLaughlin’s later part of his life (1950 - 1975) methodically embody the style of Western nonobjective art, so much so, that it takes a sensitive viewer to fully see the influences of Japanese culture and art in his compositions. McLaughlin’s study of Japanese language and art, his experience of living in Japan, and his expertise in Japanese paintings and prints, ultimately shaped and informed his artistic style. McLaughlin, after his wartime experiences, did not

part-take in the Abstract Expressionist movement. Instead he looked to his past influences from the works of Sesshu, Malevich, and Mondrian. The post-war movement brought McLaughlin closer to his aesthetic of modesty and plainness, leading his compositions to become more distilled as he aged. McLaughlin’s careful scale and color relationships were not his prime focus; it was the hoped-for state of mental struggle brought by the painting that was McLaughlin’s ultimate goal.


From the late 1940”s until his death in 1981, Marcel Breuer created half a dozen buildings and projects for Rufus Stillman including three residences in Litchfield, Connecticut. The following four lots are examples of tables designed for function and utility and have been used by the Stillman family for over sixty years.

43 Marcel Breuer Dining table

44 Marcel Breuer Coffee table

Custom, designed circa 1970 This was designed and used as a conference table for “Stillman III”. 27”h x 54” x 54”

Custom, designed 1965 This table was commissioned for “Stillman II” in Litchfield, CT. 13.5”h x 36” x 36”

Provenance:

Provenance:

M r and M rs R u f us

Stillman

$15,000-20,000

M r and Mr s Ru fu s

Stillman

Literature: M ar cel

Breu er : N ew

B u ildings and P r ojects, Pr aege r , 1 9 7 0, pg 1 6 5

$9,000-12,000

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45 Marcel Breuer Dining table Custom, designed circa 1970 This table was designed for Rufus Stillman’s office at the Torin Corporation and was used at Stillman III. 29”h x 36” x 72” Provenance:

Mr and Mrs Ru fus Stillman

$15,000-20,000

46 Marcel Breuer Coffee table Custom, designed 1950 Slate top (black) This was the first table designed for the Stillman’s residence in Litchfield, CT 13.5”h x 36” x 36” Provenance:

Mr and Mrs Ru fus Stillman

Literature: Ma rcel

Breu er : Bu ildings and

Projects 1921-1961, Th ames & Hu dso n , pg 210

$9,000-12,000


47 Max Ernst La Ballade du Soldat (S/L 218) 1972 Lithograph printed in colors 34 signed and numbered in pencil #3 from the edition of 79 suites

A complete set of signed lithographs (34) together with a complete folio with text by Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, in a portfolio box Each sheet 15.5� x 11.25� Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate Co l-

lecti o n of G LC A rt Co LLC; G erar d L C afesjian, P resident

$8,000-10,000

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48 Marcel Breuer Chaise lounge Isokon, designed circa 1937-38 Ink stamped “New Furniture Incoroporates” 31”h x 24.5”w x 50”l $5,000-7,000

49 Andrew Szoeke Coffee table Studio, 1946 Retains “Andrew Szoeke Associates” label 16.5”h x 64” x 24” $3,000-4,000


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50 Caio Fonseca Untitled 1999 Oil and mixed media on canvas Signed lower right; signed, inscribed and dated verso 27� x 52� $20,000-30,000


51 Jim Dine Wall Chart (Williams College) 1974 Lithograph in colors on Rives Signed and dated in pencil #3 of 75 48.5� x 35� Provenance: From

the Private

Co llecti on of GLC Art Co LLC ; G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$6,000-9,000


52 Arnaldo Pomodoro Romboide 1977 Bronze Signature, date and edition inscribed on base #28 of 30 12” x 11” x 6.8” $15,000-20,000

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53 Vladimir Kagan Sectional sofa Kagan Design Group, designed 1970 Retains label “Vladimir Kagan Designs Incorporated” From the Omnibus Seating Collection 27”h x 104”l x 34”d and 27”h x 75”l x 34”d $7,000-10,000

54 Christian Liaigre Toja cocktail table Studio, designed circa 2000 15.5”h x 63.5” x 43.5” $2,500-3,500


55 Vladimir Kagan Buffet

56 Vladimir Kagan Outdoor set

Kagan Design Group, designed circa 1960 Buffet: 32”h x 84”w x 20.75”d Cabinet: 54.75”h x 42”w x 13.5”d Glass Front Display Cabinet Not Illustrated

Kagan-Dreyfuss, designed 1958 From the Capricorn Collection Table 28”h x 41”diameter; Chairs 42.5”h x 18.5”w x 28”d

$5,000-6,000

Literature: T h e

C omplete Kagan ,

P ointed Leaf, 2 0 0 4 , pg 134 -35

$3,000-5,000

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57 Howard Hodgkin Bleeding (#67) 1981-82 Lithograph from 3 aluminum plates with hand coloring in gouache Signed with initials, numbered and dated lower center #91 of 100 Sheet 35.5” x 60”; Framed 43.5” x 67” Literature:

Howar d Hodgkin P r ints: A

Catalo gu e Rais onne, Heenk , pg 1 9 0

$4,000-5,000

58 Barbara Hepworth Green man 1970 Lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left and blind stamp “Cerde Graphique European” #120 of 200 Framed 30.25” x 22” $2,000-3,000

59 Hamish Fulton Fourteen Coast to Coast Walks (10) 1982-1989 Offset lithograph #13 of 35 Signed and numbered verso lower edge Approximately 38.75” x 25.75”, other dimensions vary, includes cloth-bound portfolio and nine other works not illustrated, see additional images online. $12,000-15,000


60 Malcolm Morley Goat Watercolor on paper Signed lower right 13.75” x 15.5” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$4,000-6,000

61 Tracey Emin Edition for Parkette 2001 Photograph printed on Kodak paper Signed and dated verso and inscribed “Self Portrait 12-11-01 31” and “Edition for Parkette 63” Sheet 8.25” x 8”; Framed 18” x 17.75” $1,500-2,000

62 Gillian Wearing Olia 2003 C-type Signature, dated and edition verso & Count Gallery London label #59 of 100 Sheet 24” x 20” $1,500-2,000

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63 Frank O. Gehry Lounge chair and ottoman Easy Edges, designed 1972 Corrugated cardboard and Masonite 29”h x 23.75”w x 61”d (with ottoman) $5,000-7,000

64 Frank O. Gehry End table

65 Frank O. Gehry Power Play club chair

Easy Edges, designed 1972 Corrugated cardboard and Masonite 18”h x 9.5” x 24”

Model no. 94L-GC Knoll, designed 1992 Retains branded signature, Knoll label and “02/00” 32”h x 32”w x 28.5”d

$2,000-3,000

In 1992 Gehry was awarded Time Magazine’s “Best Design” of the year for this chair. $2,000-3,000


66 Alex Katz Samantha 1987 Screenprint in colors on Toso Hanga paper Signed in pencil and annotated “R.T.P” with Simca Print Artist blind stamp Trial proof, aside from the edition of 80 66.25” x 28.5” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$9,000-12,000

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67 Jerome Kirk Pattern Language 1975 Aluminum sculpture Signed “Kirk”; retains label “#6 Pattern Language” and “3-27-75” 36”h x 25”w x 6”d $4,000-6,000


68 Florence Knoll Parallel Bar couch Model no. 1205 S3 Knoll, designed 1954 30”h x 56”l x 30”d $1,200-1,500

69 George Nelson Coffee table from the Catenary Group line Model no. 6371 Herman Miller, designed 1962 15.25”h x 36” x 36” Literature: G eo r ge

Nelson: Th e Design

o f M ode r n D esign, Nelson, 1995, pg 1 3 3 -3 4

$2,000-3,000

70 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Barcelona chair Model no. MR 250 Knoll, designed 1929; this example produced before 1972 Black leather and stainless steel 29”h x 29.5”w x 30”d $1,000-1,500

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71 Jean-Michel Basquiat Rome Pays Off 2004 Screenprint in colors Edition lower left; label verso from the Administrator of the Estate of Basquiat, signed by Gerard Basquiat HC, aside from the total edition of 20 Framed 45.5� x 41.5� $10,000-15,000


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72 Jean-Michel Basquiat Leg of a Dog 1983 Two color silk screen on Okawara Rice paper Pencil signature lower right From the signed edition of 11 40� x 31.25� This print has kindly been authenticated by Fred Hoffman $10,000-15,000


73 Carlo Bugatti Writing desk Studio, designed circa 1900 Ebonized wood, mahogany, leather, applied copper and Mother of Pearl 39.5”h x 24.75”w x 20”d A similar example is in the permanent collection of National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Literature: Bu gatti :

C a rlo, Remb r andt,

Ettore, J ean , Du nsmore, P ele u s P r ess, 2009, pg 38 -39

$12,000-15,000


NOT ILLUSTRATED

3 Marco Zanuso Pair of “Lady” chairs

74 Carlo Bugatti Arflex, designed 1951 Side chair Arflex foil label Studio, designed30.5”h circa 1900 x 31”w x 31”d Italian burl Walnut, lacking original $3,000-5,000 parchment seat and back 41.5”h x 13.75”w x 19”d

A similar example is in the permanent collection of National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Literature: Bugatti: Carlo, Rembrandt, Ettore, Jean, Dunsmore, Peleus Press, 2009, pg 36 $3,000-5,000

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75 Carlo Bugatti Wall mounted planter Studio, designed circa 1900 Blackened wood, mahogany, applied copper and Mother of Pearl 36”h x 21”w x 7.25”d $6,000-9,000


76 Carlo Bugatti Corner mounted cabinet Studio, designed circa 1900 Blackened wood, mahogany, applied copper, mirror and Mother of Pearl 49”h x 12”w x 9”d $7,000-9,000

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77 Damien Hirst Butterflies (6) 2008 Etchings in color Signed lower right; edition lower left #16 of 75 Sheet 17.5” x 16.25”; Framed 24.5” x 23.25” $18,000-25,000


78 Francois-Xavier Lalanne Rhinoceros Bleu

Francois-Xavier Lalanne, a French sculptor, is most noted for his Surrealist, inventive sculptures of animals. He received great success with commissions from famous fashion designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Hubert de Givenchy and Karl Lagerfeld. Lalanne’s inventiveness was shown through the functionality of his sculptures, such as “Rhinocretaire”, a life-size rhinoceros, whose side folded into a desk. Intending to demystify art, Lalanne looked at art as a “fun house” and promoted the usefulness of sculpture to eliminate the superfluous adoration of art.

Executed 1981 Enameled Bronze Retains label, see detail #83 of 150 9”h x 22” x 7” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$25,000-35,000

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79 Francois-Xavier Lalanne Singes Attentifs SI & SII Executed 1999 Bronze with green patina Each with signature, edition, and foundry mark (see detail of SI) Each #1 of 8 SI: 29.5”h x 7” x 7”; SII: 30”h x 8” x 6” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$100,000-125,000

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80 Panel Carve Pair of carved wood doors Panel Carve, designed 1965 Each 80”h x 30” $3,000-5,000

81 Evelyn Ackerman Birds of a Feather 1962 Wool ERA Industrias Stitched “EA” and retains sewn tag “Evelyn Ackerman Design/Handwoven in Mexico All Wool/c ERA Industrias RN 23103/Los Angeles, Calif” 19.5”h x 57”l $1,500-2,000

82 Evelyn Ackerman Puerta 1959 Mosaic title ERA Industries 48.5”h x 13”w $2,500-3,500

83 Jerry Ackerman Bottle with stopper Jenev, executed 1955 Engraved signature “A Jenev Design Ackerman” 14.5”h $300-500

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84 Allan Gould Lounge chair Possibly by Functional Furniture, designed circa 1950 29”h x 28”d x 20”l $700-900

85 Maurice Martine Lounge Chair Studio, designed circa 1948 29”h x 21”w x 25”d $1,800-2,500

86 Luther W. Conover Lounge chair Pacifica, designed circa 1950 30”h x 20”w x 20”d $1,500-2,000


87 American Mid-century Magazine table Custom manufactured for the Associated American Artist’s Showroom, New York, designed circa 1952 18”h x 39”w x 26.5”d $500-700

88 La Gardo Tackett Double cone planter Model no. TH-04 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Bisque, unglazed 25.5”h x 17.75”diameter $800-1,200

89 La Gardo Tackett Double cone planter Model no. T-102 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 White glaze 20”h x 10.5”diameter $600-800

90 La Gardo Tackett Low double cone planter Model no. IN-03 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1955 Bisque, unglazed 16”h x 22”diameter $800-1,200

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91 Pipsan Saarinen Swanson Group of furniture From the Sol-Air Collection Ficks Reed Co., designed circa 1949 Comprised of 2 chaises, 6 armchairs, 2 coffee tables, one side table (not illustrated) Chaise: 30”h x 24”w x 54”d; Tables 15.75”h x 49”diameter; Square table 17.5”h x 20” x 17.5”; Chairs 31”h x 25.5”w x 27.5”d Literature: Arts

& Architecture ,

May 1950

$3,000-5,000

92 Karl Heussenstamm Untitled Studio, 1956 Sculpture Signed 29”h x 19” x 5” Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kaspe r

$1,000-1,500

93 Kimura vase Studio, 1967 Glazed ceramic Signed “Kimura 67” at base of vessel Approximately 16”h x 15”diameter $2,000-3,000


94 John Follis & Marilyn Kay Austin Group of 10 planters and one shallow bowl Models C-0806, C-0808, SS-350, and SR-700 & 6077 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Various sizes (largest 8.5”h x 8.5”diameter) Provenance:

A Q uinc y Jo nes & E laine K

S ewell J o nes

$400-600

95 Ellamarie & Jackson Woolley Enameled plaque encased in wood box Studio, executed circa 1955 Signed “Ellamarie & Jackson Woolley 3780” 2”h x 5.75”w x 4.5”d $2,000-3,000

96 David Cressey Biomorphic glazed bowl Model no. 6041 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1965 Inscribed “16 CD” 2” x 7” x 6” $300-400

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97 Claire Falkenstein Sculpture Studio, executed circa 1965 Fused glass and bronze 17.5” x 13” x 15” $12,000-15,000

98 Claire Falkenstein Untitled Circa 1950 Oil on canvas with string Initialed verso and retains Falkenstein card 15”h x 30.5” $4,000-6,000

99 Claire Falkenstein Untitled (horse) 1993 Drawing Signed and inscribed verso, sold with three Falkenstein catalogues, see illustration online 9.25” x 12” Provenance:

A Qu inc y Jo nes & Elaine K

S ewell Jo nes

$300-500


100 Helen Frankenthaler A Page From a Book: I-III (3 works) 1997 Etchings on handmade paper Each signed, dated and numbered; Tyler Graphics blind stamp #9 of 60 Each 10” x 24.75” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$9,000-12,000

101 Helen Frankenthaler Aerie 2009 Lithograph with hand-torn deckled edges #18 of 128 Signed lower right; edition lower left Sheet 39” x 30” $4,000-5,000

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102 David Hockney No. #4 (From Dog Wall) 1998 Etching Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left; Alan Cristea Gallery label verso #25 of 35 Image 16.5” x 19”; Framed 26.5” x 29.25” $5,000-7,000

103 David Hockney A Hollywood Collection (‘A Picture of a Landscape in an Elaborate Gold Frame’) 1965 Lithograph in six colors printed on Rives BFK paper Signature, dated, edition lower right of image Trail Proof II, aside from the edition of 85 Printed by Kenneth Tyler at Gemini Ltd Sheet 30.25” x 22.25”; Framed 42” x 34” Literature: David

Hockney by David

Hockne y, A brams, 1976, pg 122

$3,000-5,000

104 American Modern Two-piece settee Fortress, designed 1988 Retains “Fortress” labels with LACMA inventory number 37”h x 69”l x 31”d Custom designed and built as gallery furniture at LACMA in 1988 during a retrospective on David Hockney. $2,000-3,000


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105 Robert Rauschenberg Untitled (Features & Currents)

106 Robert Rauschenberg Untitled (Features & Currents)

107 Robert Rauschenberg Earth Day

108 Robert Rauschenberg Currents

1970 Screenprint signed with edition lower right 40” x 40” #47 of 50

1970 Screenprint signed with edition lower right 40” x 40” #47 of 50

1970 Offset lithograph Unsigned From the edition of 300 Sheet 34.75” x 30.5”

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

1970 Offset lithograph Signed lower center and dated “70” From the signed edition of 300 Published by Castelli Graphics for the American Environment Foundation Sheet 33.5” x 25.5” $1,000-1,500

Literature:

R o be rt Rausc henbe r g,

S mith s o nian, 1 9 76 , pg 178

$1,000-1,500


109 Lynn Foulkes Untitled 1961 Oil on paper Pasadena Art Museum and Dilexi Gallery label verso Image 4.5” x 2.75”; Framed 13.25” x 10” $3,000-5,000

110 Robert Motherwell Soot Black Stone #5 1973 Lithograph Signature and edition lower right #21 of 53 Sheet 35” x 23”; Framed 40.25” x 28.5” $1,500-2,000


111 American Institute of Architects Architectural Award 1969 66”h x 50” x 24” This composition was awarded to A. Quincy Jones and Fredrick E. Emmons for their outstanding architectural achievements as the Firm of the Year in 1969. The structure illustrates the important collaborative projects between Jones and Emmons, and are showcased by photographs from Julius Shulman. Provenance:

A Q uincy Jo nes &

E laine K Sewell J ones

$800-1,200

112 Charles Eames & Elaine K Sewell Jones Textiles and Objects Publicity Book 1961 Hand assembled by Elaine K Sewell Jones for the opening of the New York Showroom. Less than fifteen of these books were made. It includes 12 original silver gelatin photographs by Charles Eames of the Alexander Girard-designed interior. Each image stamped and notated verso. 7.5” x 8” Provenance:

Elaine K S ewell Jo nes

$800-1,000

113 Herbert Read A Concise History of Modern Sculpture Published by Frederick Praeger, 1964 Paperback book This book has been signed by over 25 artists including Isamu Noguchi, Harry Bertoia, Rufino Tamayo, Jacques Lipchitz, George Rickey, Leonard Baskin, Peter Gebhardt, Leonard Edmondson, Keith Haring, Nechita, Jose Luis Cuevas and others. $1,000-1,500

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A. Quincy Jones (1913–1979), a purely modernist architect, is most noted for his innovative buildings and environmentally conscious urban planning. Jones partnered with Fredrick E. Emmons to produce thousands of Eichler homes, and received commissions for churches, universities, manufacturing plants, and libraries. Jones and Emmons

114 julius shulman A. Quincy Jones buildings(8) Printed circa 1950s-60s Vintage Silver Gelatin prints Each retains “Photography by Julius Shulman” ink stamp and inventory numbers Comprised of images of St. Matthews Church, Sidney Brody Residence, Sascha Brastoff Factory & Showroom (4) and Klein Norton & Co building (2) Each 8.5” x 11.5” $2,000-3,000

worked with new materials, were very aware of site design, and gave attention to the user. They took advantage of the pre-fabricated industrial units of the time and fused custom-built and merchant-built homes, making homes both affordable and livable for post-war middle class Americans.


67 115 julius shulman A. Quincy Jones buildings(6) Printed circa 1950s-60s Vintage Silver Gelatin prints Each retains “Photography by Julius Shulman” ink stamp and inventory numbers Comprised of images of the Griffith Park Girls Camp, Palm Springs Tennis Club (2), Steel House, St. Matthews Church, and King Cole Market Each 10.5” x 13.5” $2,000-3,000


116 David Cressey & Bob Martin Group of 3 large planters Model no. 5050 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Pro/Artisan Series with “Random Line” texture Form designed by Martin and texture by Cressey Each 25.5”h x 23”diameter Provenance:

A Qu inc y Jo nes &

Elaine K S ewell Jones

$3,000-5,000

117 A. Quincy Jones Architects Desk Custom designed circa 1948 for his architectural office 25.25”h x 73”l x 36.75”d Provenance:

A Qu inc y Jo nes &

Elaine K S ewell Jones

$2,000-3,000


118 David Cressey & John Follis Group of 3 planters

119 American Modern Group of 6 Drafting/Bar Stools

120 A. Quincy Jones Architectural Award model

Model no. AP-5010 and 4062 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Form designed by Cressey and texture by Follis Two are 10”h x 13”diameter; one 11”h x 13”diameter

A. Quincy Jones used these from the 1940s thru the 1970’s in his various architectural offices. Each 30”h x 16”diameter

Circa 1969 This model was a miniature of the large scale Firm of the Year 1969 award. 20” x 16” x 6”

Provenance:

$400-600

Provenance:

A Q uinc y J ones &

E laine K Sewell J ones

$600-900

A Q uinc y J ones &

E laine K Sewell J o nes

$1,000-1,500

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121 Charles & Ray Eames Group of 8 ETR tables Herman Miller, designed Each 10”h x 15.5” x 13.25” Provenance:

A Qu inc y Jo nes &

Elaine K S ewell Jones

$1,000-1,500

122 Charles & Ray Eames Pair of lounge chairs (2) Model no. LAX Zenith Plastics Co. for Herman Miller, designed 1950 Molded fiberglass Retains Zenith/Herman Miller label Each 25”h x 25” x 25” $2,000-3,000


123 Charles & Ray Eames Hang-it-All Tigrett Enterprises, designed 1953 15”h x 20” x 7” This “Hang-it-all” was a gift from Ray Eames to Elaine Jones Provenance:

A Q uinc y Jo nes &

E laine K Sewell Jones

$2,000-3,000

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124 Charles & Ray Eames Pair of armchairs Model no. DAR Herman Miller, designed 1952 One retains Herman Miller label Each 31”h x 24”d x 25”w $700-900


125 Charles & Ray Eames Lounge chair

126 Charles & Ray Eames Coffee table

Model no. LCW Evans Products for Herman Miller, designed 1945 Finish in red aniline dye Retains “Evans Products” label 26.75” x 22”w x 24”d

Model no. CTW Herman Miller, designed 1946 Finish in red aniline dye 15.5”h x 34”diameter $3,000-5,000

$1,800-2,000

127 Charles Eames Eiffel Tower Chair photograph

128 Charles Eames The Toy photograph

129 Charles Eames Eames House photograph

Circa 1951 Silver Gelatin print Image 7.5” x 9”; Framed 17” x 18”

Circa 1951 Silver Gelatin print Image 4.75” x 6”; Framed 9.75” x 10.75”

Circa 1950 Silver Gelatin print Image 7.25” x 8”; Framed 14.75” x 15.5”

$2,000-3,000

$1,000-1,500

$2,000-3,000


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130 Ellsworth Kelly Yellow over Black (IX.20)

131 Andrew Spence Untitled (#83.11)

1964-65 Lithograph on Rives BFK paper Signed lower right; edition lower left Artist Proof aside from the edition of 75 Printed by Marcel Durassier at Imprimerie Maeght Sheet 35” x 23.5”; Framed 38.75” x 26.75”

1983 Oil on linen Signed and inscribed “83.11” verso 54.25” x 36”

Literature: T he

1 9 8 4 ) ; P rivate C o llectio n o f G LC Art

P r ints of E llswo rth K elly:

Provenance: Max

P r otetch , New York ;

P r ivate C ollectio n , New Yo r k ( acqu ir ed f r o m th e pr evio u s owne r in

A Catalo gu e Raisonne 1 9 4 5 - 1 9 85, Axs o m,

C o L LC ; Ge r a r d L Cafesjian, P resident

Hu dson P r ess, pg 4 9 - 5 0

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000


132 Ellsworth Kelly Galerie Maeght (3) 1958 Group of 3 color lithographs Unknown edition size 27” x 20.5”; 27” x 21.25”; 27.5” x 21” Published by Imprimerie Arte, Paris for his first one man exhibit at Galerie Maeght Literature: T he

P r ints of E llswo rth

Kelly: A Catalog u e Raiso nne 1 9 4 9 - 1 9 85, Axso m, H u dso n Hill , 1 9 8 7, pg 1 8 1

$2,500-3,500

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


75

133 Robert Mangold Yellow Line Print

134 Max Bill Untitled

135 Yaacov Agam Untitled

136 Norio Azuma Peaceful Image

1974 Signed lower left; edition middle; title and date lower right #20 of 100 Sheet 22” x 22”; Framed 26” x 26.25”

1972 Screenprint #83 of 100 Signed lower right; edition lower left

Circa 1970 Serigraph on 3-D #23 of 90 Edition lower left; signed lower right

Circa 1972 Signed lower right, title and edition lower left #19 of 45 25” x 30”

$1,000-1,500

$600-900

$500-700

$2,000-3,000


137 Philip Pearlstein Untitled

138 Woo Sang Koh Natasha

1970 Color lithograph Signature, date, edition upper left corner Edition of 50 Framed 30.5” x 22.25”

Circa 1990s Digital print Signed in ink verso 48” x 28.5”

$1,000-1,500

G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r a r d L

Provenance: F r om

th e

P r ivate C o llectio n o f

C afesjian, P resident

$2,000-3,000

139 Thomas Struth Rose, Winterthur 1990 From the edition of 40 Image 15.25” x 19.75”; Framed 24.75” x 30.5” $1,000-1,500


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140 Robert Mapplethorpe Marty & Veronica 1982 Silver Gelatin print Signed and dated lower right; stamped verso “Photo By: Robert Mapplethorpe” Image 10” x 10”; Sheet 14” x 11”; Framed 18.75” x 17.5” $5,000-7,000


141 Robert Mapplethorpe Lilies and Shadow 1984 Monochrome photogravure on Arches Signed lower right; edition lower left #16 of 40 From the Flowers portfolio Image 21” x 17.75”; Framed 39” x 33.5” $5,000-7,000


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142 Herb Ritts Fred - Back View with Chain (From Body Shop series) 1984-85 Silver gelatin print Signed, titled, dated and numbered verso Edition of 25 18.75� x 15� $6,000-9,000


143 John Baldessari Jacob’s Ladder 2004 Anodized print on aluminum elements, anodized aluminum frame and base with integrated motor and gear system. #33 of 50 29.25” x 11.75” x 7” $6,000-7,000


144 Richard Avedon Warhol 1971 Silver Gelatin print Signed and dated lower right; titled lower left Image 10” x 8”; Framed 18.5” x 16” $3,000-5,000

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145 Damien Hirst For the Love of God 2008 Silkscreen with Diamond dust Signature lower right; edition lower left #118 of 1000 Sheet 12.75” x 9.5”; Framed 21” x 18” $3,000-4,000


146 Larry Clark Untitled (From Tulsa) 1971 Silver Gelatin print Image 8” x 12”; Framed 16” x 20” $2,000-3,000

147 Larry Clark Untitled (From Tulsa) 1971 Silver Gelatin print Image 12” x 8.5”; Framed 20” x 16” $2,000-3,000

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148 Roy Lichtenstein Brushstrokes (#45) 1967 Screenprint on off-white wove paper Signature, dated and edition in pencil lower right #159 of 300 Published by Leo Castelli for the Pasadena Art Museum, of which a poster was also published Sheet 23” x 31” Literature: Th e

Pr ints of Roy L ic hten-

stein : A C atalogu e Rais onne 1 9 4 8 - 1 9 93, Cor lett, H u dson

$9,000-12,000

149 Roy Lichtenstein Still Life with Red Jar 1994 Screenprint in colors Signature, date and edition lower right #74 of 250 Published by Gemini G.E.L Framed 26” x 23” $8,000-10,000


150 Roy Lichtenstein Bull I-VI (6 works) 1989 Glazed ceramic Gemini G.E.L. Each with signature, titled, edition and copyright stamps verso #50 of 51 Each 12� x 12� Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$8,000-12,000

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151 Gertrud & Otto Natzler Spherical vase, closed form

152 Otto Natzler Oval form with fragmented top

Natzler inventory #490 Studio, 1940 Terra-cotta with velvet blue mat glaze, partially glazed, flowing Signed “G&O Natzler” 8.5 cm h x 11.5 cm diameter

Natzler inventory # X073 Studio, 1977 Pale green crater glaze with grey blotches Signed “Otto Natzler” and numbered “XO73” 23.6cm h x 11.5cm w x 7.5cm deep

Certain techniques used on this form are similar to those Otto devised originally in Vienna; not glazing the inside of a closed form, applying the glaze as an overflow so that one could see the soft glaze edge and the terra-cotta color of the smoothed clay surface. Only five ceramics received this Velvet Blue mat glaze, which is similar to a glaze on a bottle the Natzler’s made in Vienna in 1938, making this form particularly rare. Exhibited: Fine

A rts Galle ry, San D ieg o

(now th e San D ieg o M useu m o f A rt ) , 1940

$6,000-8,000

$5,000-7,000


153 Christo Wrapped Tree, Project 1979 Color lithograph with mixed media Signature and edition lower right; titled lower left #53 of 99 Published by Editiones Poligrafa 22� x 27.5� Provenance:

Lee Naiman Galle ry, New

Yo r k ; P rivate C ollectio n , Califo r nia

$3,000-5,000

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154 American Pop Art Acrylic coffee table with Neon interior Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1968 11” x 24” x 24” $2,000-3,000

157 Nanny Still Hanging light

155 Kwok Hoi Chan “Zen” chair

156 Willy Guhl Garden planter

Steiner, designed 1970 24”h x 36”w x 22”d

Eternit AG, designed circa 1955 37.5”h x 22”diameter

Dutch Company Raak, designed circa 1970 Approximately 62”h

$2,000-3,000

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000


158 Victor Vasarely DVA-DVA 1978-86 Oil on canvas Signed “Vasarely” lower center; signed again (twice), titled and dated verso 44.875” x 44.875” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$80,000-120,000

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159 Jason Seley Untitled

160 Verner Panton Easy Chair G

161 Robert Kovacs, attributed Pair of floor lamps (2)

1970 Welded steel automobile bumpers on a metal base Together with MoMa book (Americans 1963) and poster from an exhibition in Berlin 1970 28.5”h x 22” x 17”

Fritz Hansen, designed 1973 One of ten models (A thru L) designed for the “System 1-2-3” seating and table series. 27.5”h x 23”w x 34”d

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1969 72”h x 11” x 7.5”

$7,000-9,000

Literature: Ve r ne r

Panto n : T he C ollected

Wo rks, Vitr a Design M use um , 2 0 0 0, pg 2 6 5

$2,000-3,000

$3,000-5,000


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162 Donald Judd Untitled (no. 97) 1974-1979 Aquatint in black Signature and edition lower right #46 of 175 Printed at Styria Studio, New York Sheet 40” x 29”; Framed 43.75” x 32.25” Literature: D o nald

J udd : P rints and

Wo r ks in E ditio ns, A Catalo gu e Rais o nne , Sc h ellmann

$3,000-5,000


163 Ettore Sottsass Ultrafragola lamp Poltronova designed 1970, this example produced later Mirror with pink neon lighting 77”h x 41”w x 3.5”d Literature: Ettore

Sottsass : Fu r nit u re

and a Few Interi ors, Ar no ldo M ondad or i E ditore , 1985, pg 66

$5,000-7,000


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164 Gambone Bull

165 Gino Sarafatti, attributed Adjustable wall lamp

166 Casati & Ponzio Pelota table lamps (2)

167 Robert Sonneman, attributed Pair of cantilevered floor lamps

Studio, designed circa 1965 Glazed ceramic Signed “Gambone Italy” 9”h x 13.5”l x 4.5”w

Possibly by Arteluce, designed circa 1954 Adjustable

Studio DA, designed 1970 Each 12”h x 4.25” x 9”

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1968 Each 45”h x 21”w

$800-1,200

$1,500-1,800

$1,500-2,000

$2,000-3,000


168 Herbert Bayer Chromatic Accrument 1971 Acrylic on canvas Signed, dated and numbered lower right; inscribed verso “Bayer 1971 102 Chromatic Accrument” 50” x 50” Provenance: M ar lb o r o ug h

Galle ry,

New York; Hokin Gallery, Palm B eac h ; Private Co llecti on of G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge ra rd L C afesjian, P resident

$6,000-9,000


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169 Nanda Vigo Utopia table lamp Arredoluce, designed 1970 Stainless steel Retains label 24” x 24” x 6” Literature: I taly:

T he New D o mestic

L andscape, Ambasz, MO M a , 1 9 7 2 , pg 5 8

$12,000-15,000


170 Jack Lenor Larsen Magnum fabric Larsen Design Studio, designed 1970 Cotton, vinyl, nylon, polyester; backed with nylon scrim 58” x approx. 3 yards This fabric design was first commissioned for the Phoenix Civic Plaza Symphony Hall curtain in 1970. Because of its popularity this pattern was produced by Larsen in a variety of colors until 1992. $8,000-10,000

171 Vasa Untitled 1985 Acrylic sculpture Etched signature “#2664 Vasa c 1985” 18.5”h x 23” x 3” $1,000-1,500


172 Victor Vasarely Untitled 1958 Lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #105 of 200 Sheet 26.5” x 26.5”; Framed 27” x 27” $1,000-1,500

173 Victor Vasarely Untitled Circa 1975 Silkscreen in colors on paper Signed lower right; edition lower left #166 of 250 Image 34” x 16.5”; Framed 45.75” x 28” $1,000-1,500

174 Victor Vasarely Neptune Silkscreen in colors on paper Signed lower right; edition lower left #162 of 250 Image 16” x 15.5”; Sheet 24.5” x 19.25” $700-900

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176 Vistosi Table lamp

Artemide, designed 1968 12”h x 14”diameter

Vistosi, designed 1970 20”h x 19”diameter

$800-1,200

$1,500-2,000

Photographs courtesy of Jonn Coolidge Photography

175 Studio Tetrarch Pallade floor light

177 John Garrett Vulcan Progenitor 1990-1992 Aluminum with galvinized and stainless steel 23” x 24” x 23.5” Provenance: Fr o m

t he P r ivate

Collection of G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge ra rd L Cafesjian, P resident

$2,000-3,000


178 Michael & Frances Higgins Mobile

179 c Jere Crane lamp

180 Milo Baughman Pair of lounge chairs

Studio, designed circa 1965 Etched signature “Higgins Studio” 32”h x 23”

Studio, 1977 Signed “C Jere 1977” 75”h x 31”w

$2,000-3,000

$2,000-3,000

Thayer Coggin, Inc., designed circa 1965 Retains “Thayer Coggin, Inc, High Point, NC” label 27”h x 28.5” x 32”d $3,000-5,000

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181 Louis Bertrand Tribunal, French Guiana, 1930s 1981 Acrylic Signed lower right 11.6” x 11.5” Provenance: From

the Private

Co llecti on of GLC Art Co LLC ; G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$2,000-3,000

182 Kim Brooks Cougar Gouache on paper Signed lower right 25.5” x 37” Provenance: St remmel

Galle r ies Ltd ;

Pr ivate Collection of GLC A rt C o L LC ; G er ard L C afesjian , President

$1,500-2,000


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183 Bruce Rubenstein UNTITLEd 2002 Oil and mixed media with collage on canvas Signed and dated verso 72”h x 60”w $10,000-15,000


184 Karen Legenhausen Summer Trail

185 Joe Zucker Toucan

186 Duncan Hannah Blue Note

187 Susan Rand Island Road

Pastel 24” x 24”

G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

Provenance: F r om

$2,000-3,000

C ollecti o n of G LC A rt C o LLC ;

1981 Oil on canvas Initialed lower left, dated lower right, titled lower center; signed again and dated verso “1981 Feb-May” 38” x 38”

1999 Oil pastel on canvas 48” x 36”

Co llecti on of GLC Art Co LLC ;

1980 Cast paper pulp on paper Signed and dated lower left 33” x 33”

Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

Provenance: C ha r les

$2,000-3,000

$4,000-6,000

N ew Yo r k ; P rivate c o llectio n of

Provenance: From

the Private

t he P r ivate

C owles Gallery,

G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$3,000-5,000

Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident


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188 Vesna Krezich Kittelson Self Portrait Oil on canvas Shaped canvas 19.5� x 17� Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$2,000-3,000


189 Finn Juhl Pair of lounge chairs Model no. 137 France & Sons, designed 1959 Retains Fritz Hansen tag 26.5”h x 27”d x 28.5”l Literature: Decorative

Art 195 9 - 1 9 6 0,

Volu me 49, St udi o Limited, 194 9, pg 24

$2,500-3,500

190 Hans J. Wegner Convertible daybed Getama, designed 1954 28”h x 34”d x 81”l $1,000-1,500


191 Finn Juhl Chieftan chairs (2) Baker, designed 1949; these chairs produced after 1955 Retains Baker labels 41”h x 36.5”w x 37.5”d $10,000-15,000

105


192 Hans J. Wegner Papa chair and ottoman Model no. AP19 A.P. Stolen, designed 1951 38.5”h x 36” x 36”; Ottoman 16”h x 27.5” x 16” $5,000-7,000

193 Roger Capron Coffee table Studio, designed circa 1970 Inset ceramic tiles with wood frame Signed “R. Capron” 14”h x 22.5”w x 46.5”l $1,500-2,000


194 Bernard Reder Small Trumpet Player 1957 Bronze and marble This is a reduced version of the bronze created in 1956 12” high plus base Provenance: Wo r ld

Hou se G alle ries,

N ew Yo r k , acqu ir ed fro m t he artist in 1 95 8 ; P rivate C o llecti on of GLC Art Co L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian , Pr esident

Exhibited: “ Recent

Wo r ld S c ulptu r e

Hou se Jan

G alle r ies -

F eb

1959,

catalo gu e n o 1 1 ; New Sc hoo l Art Center , N ew Yo r k , sc u lptu r e fro m th e A lbert A L ist Family C ollecti on, Oct - Nov 1965, catalo u ge n o 6 3

$2,000-3,000

195 School of Paris Reclining figure Mid-twentieth century Cast plaster 7”h x 12” x 6” Provenance:

Estate of Pau l Kasper

$800-1,000

107


196 Donald Sultan Fruits and Flowers (suite of 8) 1991 Screenprint in colors Inscribed with edition Artist Proof #16 of 20 (7 works) and #6 of 20 (1 work) Each 23” x 22” Provenance: From

the Private

Co llecti on of GLC Art Co LLC ; G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$10,000-15,000


197 Hans J. Wegner Drop leaf table and 6 chairs Model no. 309 Andr. Tuck, designed circa 1953 Branded “Fabrikat=Andr. Tuck/ Arkitekt=Hans J. Wegner/Made in Denmark” Table 28.5”h x 34” x 89” (fully extended); Chairs 29.5”h x 21”w x 16”d $3,000-5,000

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198 Hans J. Wegner Peacock Chair Model no. 550 Johannes Hansen, designed 1947 Ash and teak Branded “Johannes Hansen/Copenhagen Denmark” 41.25”h x 30”w x 28”d Wegner designed this chair after the English Windsor chair, but fellow designer Finn Juhl famously renamed it the Peacock chair. Literature: Danis h

Ch ai rs, Chr o nicle

Boo ks, 1996, pg 106

$1,800-2,500


199 Sam Francis Untitled (SFE-064) 1987 Etching with aquatint Artist Proof Signed lower right; inscribed “Bon a Tirer” and dated “3 Mai 1987” lower left Image 34.75” x 39”; Framed 48” x 51.5” $7,000-9,000

200 Sam Francis Web (SFE-136) 1972 Screenprint #16 of 50 Signature and edition lower right Sheet 42.5” x 54.5” Framed 47” x 59” $5,000-7,000

111


201 George Nelson Armchair Model no. DFH Herman Miller, designed 1958 Retains label 29”h $500-700

202 Charles & Ray Eames Lounge chair Model no. LCW Herman Miller, designed 1945 Branded “Woodpecker Industries Inc. Los Angeles USA” 27”h x 22”w x 22”d Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kasper

$300-500

203 George Nelson Swag leg table 17”h x 17”diameter Provenance:

A Qu inc y Jo nes &

Elaine K S ewell Jones

$200-300

204 Alvar Aalto Group of 3 stacking stools Branded “Aalto Design Made in Sweden” 17.25”h x 15”diameter Provenance:

A Qu inc y Jo nes &

Elaine K S ewell Jones

$100-200

205 Marcel Breuer Occasional table Model no. 50T1-F1 Knoll, designed circa 1927, this example later 18”h x 21.5” x 19” $400-600

206 Richard Schultz Petal table Knoll, designed 1960 Retains label 19”h x 16”diameter $600-800


207 Charles & Ray Eames DCM chair Herman Miller, designed 1952 30”h x 19.5” x 21” Provenance:

A Q uincy Jo nes & E laine K

S ewell J o nes

$400-600

208 Charles & Ray Eames DCM chair Herman Miller, designed 1952 30”h x 19.5” x 21” Provenance:

A Q uincy Jo nes & E laine K

S ewell J o nes

$400-600

209 Harry Bertoia Diamond chair and ottoman Model no. 422LU Knoll Inc., designed 1952 Blue ultra suede cover Retains Knoll, Inc. label 28”h x 31”d x 45”l $800-1,200

210 Charles & Ray Eames Sofa Compact Model no. 473 Herman Miller, designed 1954 36”h x 29”d x 71” $1,500-2,000

211 George Nelson Platform Bench Model no. 4692 Herman Miller, designed circa 1955 14”h x 18.5”w x 72.5”l $500-700

212 George Nelson Platform Bench Model no. 4692 Herman Miller, designed circa 1955 14”h x 18.5”w x 71”l $500-700

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213 Ed Ruscha Library & Book Return (2) 1994-95 Hard-ground etching on Dieu Donne handmade cotton paper with deckled edges Each signature lower right; edition lower left #31 of 40 and #33 of 40 Sheet 20” x 23.5” and 23.25” x 19.75”; Framed 24” x 28” and 28” x 24.5” Literature: Edwa rd

Ru sc ha : E diti ons

1959 -1999: C atalogu e Rais o nne , Eng ber g , Walker Art Center (#224 & 2 2 5 )

$7,000-9,000


214 Edward Ruscha Anchor in Sand 1991 Lithograph in colors Signed, dated lower right; edition lower left #78 of 100 21” x 32” This image was used on the cover of the 1992 issue of the journal “Paris Review” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

Literature: E dwa r d

Ru sch a: E diti ons

1 95 9 - 1 9 9 9 : Catalo g ue Rais onne, Engbe r g, Walke r A rt C enter (#213)

$3,000-5,000

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215 Ed Ruscha Angel 2006 Lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #33 of 50 Sheet 20” x 16”; Framed 28.5” x 24.5” $4,000-5,000


216 Ed Ruscha It Is A Go

217 Ed Ruscha Spattership

2009 Lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #16 of 50 Sheet 23.25” x 19”; Framed 28.75” x 24.5”

1990 Lithograph Signature and date lower right #68 of 100 Sheet 36” x 27”; Framed 44.25” x 35” Literature: E dwar d

$4,000-5,000

R u sc ha : Editio ns

1 95 9 - 1 9 9 9 : Catalo gu e Raiso nne , Eng be r g , Walke r A rt Cente r ( # 2 0 2 )

$4,000-5,000

218 Edward Ruscha Brews 1970 Screenprint in colors on wove paper Signed and numbered #24 of 75 Published by Editions Alecto 23” x 32” Literature: Edwa rd

Ru sc ha : E diti ons

1959 -1999: C atalogu e Rais o nne , Engbe rg , Walke r Art Center (#40)

Provenance: From

the Private C ollecti o n

o f GLC Art Co LLC; G era rd L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$3,000-5,000


219 Edward Ruscha Carp 1969 Lithograph Published by Tamarind Lithography Workshop Signed and dated lower right #9 of 20 Printed on Arches with deckle edges Sheet 17” x 24”; Framed 20.5” x 27.5” Literature: E dwar d

220 Edward Ruscha Thirtyfour Parking Lots in Los Angeles 1967 Published by the artist First Edition $3,000-5,000

221 Laddie John Dill Untitled 1968 Lithograph Signed “L Dill ‘68” lower right; edition lower left #8 of 9 22.25” x 21.75” $1,200-1,500

R u sch a : Editio ns

1 95 9 - 1 9 9 9 : Catalog u e Raiso nne , E ng be r g , Walker A rt C enter ( # 1 0)

$7,000-10,000

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222 Peter Voulkos Plate

223 Peter Voulkos Vase

224 Anne Hirondelle Ceramic vessel with base

225 Elsa Rady Glazed porcelain bowl

Studio, executed 1954 Stoneware Signed “Voulkos” 3”h x 15”diameter

Studio, executed circa 1955 Stoneware Signed “Voulkos” 7.75”h x 5.5” x 4”

Studio, executed circa 1980 Signed “AE Hirondelle” Overall height 14.5”h x 17” x 8.5”

$4,800-5,500

$4,500-5,000

Studio, 1981 Signed “Elsa 81” Together with exhibition catalogue of the artist’s work 7.25”h x 9.25”w

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000


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226 Laddie John Dill Untitled November 1974 Mixed media on canvas over plywood Verso “Laddie John Dill November 1974 Venice Cal” 83.5”h x 60”w $4,000-6,000


227 Laddie John Dill Coffee table with glass top (not illustrated) Executed circa 1994 Glass and concrete 15”h x 36” x 26.5”; with glass top 15.5”h x 48” x 30” Laddie John Dill calls this work “Sculpture that is Functional”, for the base can be taken off and mounted to the wall. These works were all special commissions and less than ten were made. LAMA wishes to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work. $4,000-6,000


228 Keith Haring Untitled 1983 Silver ink on pink paper Signed dated and inscribed “For Nancy & Zack” recto at top (not pictured) Sheet 9.5” x 9.5”; Framed 13.25” x 12” Provenance: Acq ui red

dir ectly fro m

t h e a rtist, mich elle Rosenfield G allery, N ew Yo r k ; P rivate collecti o n, Lo s Angeles

$8,000-10,000

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229 Keith Haring & Toshiyuki Kita On Taro lamp 1988 Signed “Keith Haring 88” and “T. Kita” 21”h x 13” x 7.5” $2,500-3,500


230 Andy Warhol Jane Fonda 1982 Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board Printed by Rupert Jasen Smith Signed “Andy Warhol” lower left in black marker, inscribed lower right “Peace Jane Fonda” in pencil; signed by Jane Fonda verso in pencil #28 of 100 Together with original print documentation sheet and sales receipt dated July 1982 Sheet 39.5” x 31.5” Literature: Andy

War h ol P r ints: A Catalo gu e

Raisonne 1 9 6 2- 1 9 8 7, Feldman & Sc h ellmann, 2 0 03 ( F S I I 2 6 8)

$15,000-20,000


231 Larry Rivers Culture Box (4 works plus box) Two not illustrated 1992 Screenprint in colors on folded sheet metal with original wooden box Each signed, dated and numbered #3 of 25 Overall 23” x 24” x 6” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$4,000-6,000

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232 Andy Warhol Van Heusen (Ronald Reagan) 1985 Silkscreen printed in colors on Lenox Museum Board Published by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York Signed in pencil and inscribed “AP 16/30” Artist proof #16 of 30; aside from the edition of 190 37” x 37” Provenance: From

th e P rivate C ollecti o n of G LC A rt C o

LLC; Gera rd L Cafesjian, P r esident

Literature: A ndy

Wa r h ol P r ints: A Catalo gu e Raisonne

1962-1987, F eldman & Sc hellmann , 2 0 03 ( F S I I 3 5 6 )

$15,000-20,000

233 Andy Warhol Kimiko 1981 Screenprint Signature and edition verso #200 of 250 36” x 36” Literature: A ndy

Wa r h ol P r ints: A Catalo gu e Raisonne

1962-1987, F eldman & Sc hellmann , 2 0 03 , ( F S I I 2 3 7 )

$18,000-20,000

234 Andy Warhol Edward Kennedy 1980 Color screenprint with Diamond dust Signature and edition lower right #182 of 300 40” x 32” Published to raise funds for the Edward Kennedy primary campaign for president Literature: A ndy

Wa r h ol P r ints: A Catalo gu e Raisonne

1962-1987, F eldman & Sc hellmann , 2 0 03 , ( F S I I 24 0)

$4,000-6,000


235 Florence Knoll Parallel Bar couch

236 Florence Knoll Parallel Bar Lounge chairs (2)

Model no. 1205 S3 Knoll, designed 1954 Blue vinyl 30”h x 84”l x 30”d

Model no. 51W Knoll, designed 1955 Blue vinyl Each 30”h x 24”l x 30”d

$3,000-5,000

$3,000-5,000

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237 David Roth Random Color (4 works) 1976-77 Color lithographs Each signed and dated lower right; edition lower left Artist proof Each 37� x 37� $6,000-8,000


238 Florence Knoll Credenza with marble top

239 Harry Bertoia Bird chair and ottoman

240 Harry Bertoia Pair of Diamond chairs

Model no. 2543M Knoll, designed 1961 20”h x 74.5”l x 18”d

Model no. 423LU Knoll, designed 1952 38.5”h x 38”w x 32”d

$4,000-6,000

Provenance:

One Not Illustrated (white) Model no. 422L Knoll, designed 1952 Each 27.5”h x 44”w x 36”d

Estate of Pau l Kasper

$700-900

Provenance:

Estate o f Pau l Kaspe r

$600-800

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241 Sam Maloof Rocking chair Studio, executed 1986-89 Walnut and White Oak with Ebony Signed “No.4 1989 Sam Maloof F.A.C.C.” 44”h x 26”w x 44”d Sold with the original receipt and a signed copy of Sam Maloof Woodworker. $35,000-45,000


242 Sam Maloof Dining table Studio, executed 1982 American Black Walnut Signed “No. 35 1982 Sam Maloof F.A.C.C” 27”h x 48”diameter $25,000-30,000

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243 New York School Carved wood desk and chair

244 Jill Gussow Homage to a Dead Dog

245 Jill Gussow Haircut

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1969 Table 34”h x 48”w x 22”d; Chair 26.75”h x 21.75” x 16”d

1977-79 Van Dyke Brown on fabric, photo etched brass, red ink 14” x 17”

1977-79 Van Dyke Brown and quick print fabric, hair, hand coloring with ink and pencil 14” x 16”

$5,000-7,000

Provenance: F r om

G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

This is a ritualistic-type piece that actually includes the hair of the person getting the haircut.

$1,500-2,000

$1,500-2,000

t he P r ivate

C ollecti o n of G LC A rt C o L LC ;


246 Ruth Asawa Untitled (Continuous Form) Executed late 1950s Crochet wire sculpture Unique 68”h x 13”diameter LAMA wishes to thank Aiko Cuneo for her assistance in cataloguing this lot. $80,000-120,000

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While in Toluca, Mexico in 1947, Ruth Asawa learned how to crochet wire from a technique used to make egg baskets. According to Asawa these crotcheted wire sculptures are “three-dimensional drawings” floating across space. Instead of blocking and confining space, Asawa created interlocking patterns by using lines to capture a form that is still transparent. These sculptures were showcased in a retrospective exhibit of Asawa’s work at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 1973 and more recently at the de Young Museum in San Francisco in a 2007 exhibition “The Sculpture of Ruth Asawa: Contours in the Air”.


247 Jim Dine Thirty Bones of My Body (Spoke Wrench)

248 Jim Dine Thirty Bones of My Body (PLYERS)

249 Jim Dine Thirty Bones of My Body (WIRE CUTTER)

1972 Dry point etching Signature, date and edition lower center #5 of 10 Catalogue #63-92 Sheet 31” x 22.25”; Framed 33.5” x 24.75”

1972 Dry point etching Signature, date and edition lower center #5 of 10 Catalogue #63-92 Sheet 31” x 22.25”; Framed 33.5” x 24.75”

1972 Dry point etching Signature, date and edition lower center #5 of 10 Catalogue #63-92 Sheet 31” x 22.25”; Framed 33.5” x 24.75”

Literature:

Literature:

Literature:

Jim Dine Prints : 19 7 0 - 1 9 7 7,

J im Dine P r ints: 1 9 7 0 - 1 9 7 7,

J im Dine P rints: 1 9 7 0 - 1 9 7 7,

250 Jim Dine Historia 1971 Etching, lithograph and screenprint in colors with hand coloring Signed, dated and numbered #17 of 80 Published by Petersburg Press 22” x 30.75” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt Co LLC;

Williams College, Ha rper , 197 7, pg

Williams C o llege , Har pe r , 1 9 7 7, pg

W illiams C ollege , Ha r per , 1 9 7 7, pg

G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

60 - 64

60-64

60-64

$1,200-1,800

$2,500-3,500

$2,500-3,500

$2,500-3,500


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251 Ralph Goings Gem Top 1975 Watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower right Unique Signed; O.K. Harris Works of Art & Byron C. Cohen labels verso 9” x 13”; framed 18” x 22.5” The subject matter of this work is a shopping center in Sacramento, CA LAMA wishes to thank the artist for his assistance in cataloguing this work. Provenance: O K

Ha r r is Wo r ks of A rt, N ew

Yo r k ; P rivate C o llectio n o f G LC A rt Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

Literature: Ralph

G oings, C hase , New Yor k ,

1 9 8 8 , illu st r ated o n pg 83 P h oto r ealism, Meisel , New Yo r k , 1 9 80, illust r ated pg 2 9 0

$30,000-50,000


252 Stan Bitters monumental Freestanding Medallion sculpture Glazed ceramic with welded metal Unique Studio, 1969 Base signed “Stan Bitters 1969 With stand 63”h x 48”w x 32”d Literature: E nvir o nmental

C eramics,

Stan Bitter s, Litton E du cati onal P ublis h ing, 1 9 76

$12,000-15,000

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253 Stan Bitters Garden table and 4 stools Hans Sumpf, designed 1960s, this example produced later Glazed ceramic Table 29�h x 32�diameter Stan Bitters designed this seating unit while at Hans Sumpf and they continued producing it adding different decorative designs. $2,000-3,000


254 Stan Bitters Thumb Pot Hans Sumpf, designed circa 1960s Impressed “HSC B-24-20” 19”h x 23”diameter $800-1,200

255 Stan Bitters Large Brush side pot Hans Sumpf, executed circa 1990s 24”h x 24.75” diameter $700-900

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256 Stan Bitters Pair of Early thumb pots Hans Sumpf, designed circa 1960s 12”h x 22”diameter and 12”h x 23”diameter $1,200-1,500

257 Stan Bitters Shallow bowl Studio, executed circa 1968 Signed “Bitters” 7”h x 17”diameter $500-600


258 Mabel Hutchinson Untitled Studio, 1973 Wood construction Verso “Rosewood Head Construction by Mabel Hutchinson 1973” 12”h x 5.25” $500-700

259 Malcolm Leland Macquette Studio, executed circa 1961 With stand 6.5”h x 4” x 2” $1,500-2,000

260 Malcolm Leland Bas-Relief Studio, executed circa 1961 Signed “ML” With stand 10.75”h x 4.5” x 1” $1,500-2,000

261 Malcolm Leland Fruit Bowl/centerpiece bowl Studio, designed circa 1951 Signed “Leland” 9”h x 9”diameter $800-1,200

262 Malcolm Leland Compote Studio, designed circa 1951 Glazed ceramic Signed “Leland” 9.5”h x 5.75”diameter $700-900


263 Michael Arnz Boundary Stone sculpture Studio, 1966 Glazed ceramic Approximately 46”h x 38” x 12” 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. $5,000-7,000

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264 David Cressey & JOhn Follis planter with Expressive texture Model no. 4045R Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 “Terra Umbra” glaze Form designed by Follis, texture and glaze by Cressey From the Pro/Artisan Series 17”h x 22.75”diameter $1,000-1,500

265 David Cressey Planter with Ribbed texture Model no. 5059 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Stoneware From the Pro/Artisan Series 22.25”h x 14.25”diameter $700-900

266 David Cressey planter with Leaf texture

267 David Cressey Planter

268 David Cressey Planter

Model no. 4108 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Stoneware Form designed by Leland and glaze by Cressey From the Pro/Artisan Series 17.5”h x 17.25”diameter

Model “Phoenix 2” Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Glazed ceramic From the Pro/Artisan series 23”h x 23”diameter

Model “Phoenix 2” Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1963 Glazed ceramic From the Pro/Artisan series 23”h x 23”diameter

$2,500-3,500

$2,500-3,500

$600-900


269 David Cressey Pair of planters with Ribbed texture Model no. 4101 Architectural Pottery, designed circa 1968 Glazed ceramic From the Pro/Artisan Series Each 16”h x 10.5”diameter $1,200-1,500

270 Paolo Soleri Hanging Bell Arcosanti, designed 1950, this example later Bronze Stamped with artist foundry mark 39”h x 11” x 7” $1,000-1,500

271 Malcolm Leland Earthworks Relief 1966 Cast Aluminum Plaque attached verso One of 25 reliefs 20” x 12” $2,000-3,000

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272 Philip Lloyd Powell Bar cabinet Custom, 1967 Walnut, slate, velvet, glass and found objects Approximately 107.5”h x 55”w (cabinet only) x 25”d $70,000-90,000

After World War II Powell moved to New Hope to build his own furniture and refurbish antiques. Powell opened a shop and began to sell Knoll and Herman Miller designs, while including his own pieces in the store. Powell’s shop had great success and attracted other outsider artists of the time such as Paul Evans. Even though minimalist Scandinavian furniture was popular, Powell took a more naturalistic approach to the wood he used. Similar to the work of George Nakashima, who also worked in New Hope, Powell allowed the organic indentions and curves to speak in his pieces. The success of the shop allowed Powell to continue to create works that were becoming commissioned by return clients, thus allowing him to feed his passion for traveling. When Powell did travel he brought back found objects to incorporate into his works, adding unique details to enhance each work as a whole.


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273 Damien Hirst Untitled (Silver Spot Landscape) 2008 Silkscreen Signed lower right; edition lower left #20 of 150 Sheet 29.5” x 37”; Framed 33.75” x 41.5” $5,500-6,000

274 Damien Hirst Untitled (Bronze Spot Landscape) 2008 Silkscreen with Diamond dust Signed lower right; edition lower left #20 of 150 Sheet 29.5” x 37”; Framed 33.75” x 41.5” $5,000-6,000


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275 Damien Hirst Love Will Tear Us Apart 1995 Sintra Cabinet, needles and syringes #18 of 30 Tanya Bonakdar Gallery label verso signed by Hirst, May 30, 1995 14” x 20” x 8.75” and a custom base with acrylic cover $25,000-35,000


276 Richard Bosman Mountaineer 1986 Oil on canvas 90” x 60” Provenance: B r o oke

Alexander

Galle ry, New Yo rk ; P rivate C ollecti o n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r a r d L Cafesjian, P r esident

$5,000-7,000


277 Richard Bosman Sunset & Life Raft (2) 1983-84 & 1987 Etching on wove paper & Linocut in colors Each signed in pencil and numbered #24 of 40 and #32 of 40 21.75” x 29.25” and 38.75” x 29.5” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$1,500-2,500

14 7


278 Jim Dow Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Almeda County Coliseum & Arlington Stadium (triptych) 1982 Photographs (3) Each signed, titled, dated and numbered verso Each #25 of 40 Each 7.75� x 29.5� Provenance: From

the Private

Co llecti on of GLC Art Co LLC ; G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$3,000-5,000


279 James Jendro Boats at Rest 1997 Acrylic on canvas Signed lower right Provenance: Fro m

th e Pr ivate

C o llection o f GLC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L C afesjian , Pr esident

$2,000-3,000

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280 Dana Brown Pier View 1999 Watercolor on paper 23.5” x 19.5” Provenance: Fro m

th e Pr ivate

C o llection o f GLC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$2,000-3,000


281 Salvador Dali The Twelve Tribes of Israel (portfolio of 13 works) 1973 Color dry points printed on Japan paper Each signed lower right #18 of 35 (roman numerals); aside from the regular edition of 195 printed on Rives Together in its original presentation box/bound portfolio 20.1� x 14.6� Raisonne # 618-630, Michler/Lopsinger $10,000-15,000


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282 Carole Jean Feuerman Untitled 1992 Mixed media (resin and oil) #2 of 9; however only two sculptures were realized Signed, dated and numbered 16.25” x 12.5” x 6.75” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$8,000-12,000


283 George Nakashima Early and Rare Dinette table Studio, executed before 1954 28”h x 37.5”w x 33.75”d $5,000-7,000

284 George Nakashima “New” side chairs (2) Studio, executed before 1954 American Black Walnut 36”h x 18.75”w x 18”d $2,500-3,500


285 George Nakashima Early and Rare Chest of drawers Studio, executed before 1954 33.5”h x 56”l x 20”d $4,000-6,000

286 George Nakashima Early and Rare Cabinet Studio, executed before 1954 32.5”h x 54”l x 19.25”d $4,000-6,000

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287 George Nakashima Early and Rare Cabinet Studio, executed before 1954 31.75”h x 60”l x 20”d $4,000-6,000


288 George Nakashima Pair of lounge chairs Studio, executed before 1954 31”h x 25”w x 31”d $7,000-9,000

289 George Nakashima Early and Rare Dining table Studio, executed before 1954 28.5”h x 72” x 36.5” $8,000-12,000

290 George Nakashima Windsor chairs (4) Studio, executed before 1954 30”h x 23”w x 18.5”d $2,000-3,000


291 George Nakashima Conoid Coffee Table Studio, circa 1958 Marked “Schieller Sue” 14.25”h x 63”l x 20.5”w $6,000-8,000

155 292 George Nakashima Coffee table Studio, executed before 1954 15.5”h x 31” x 21” $2,500-3,500

293 George Nakashima Coffee table Studio, executed before 1954 14”h x 36” x 18” $2,500-3,500


294 George Nakashima Group of 3 grass-seat chairs Studio, designed circa 1947 American Black Walnut and Sea grass Each 27.25”h x 24”w x 19.5”d $2,500-3,500

295 George Nakashima 3-leg stool/bench Studio, executed before 1954 10”h x 26” x 9” $3,000-5,000

296 George Nakashima Mira chair Studio, executed before 1954 26.5”h x 19”w x 17”d $800-1,000

297 George Nakashima Grass seat stool Studio, executed before 1954 12.5”h x 20”w x 15”d $500-700


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298 anna Katherine Skeele War Dance Circa 1945 Oil on canvas with artist’s frame Signed lower right; label verso “Sixth Annual Exhibition / Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity / Los Angeles County Museum - 1945” 35” x 43” $3,000-5,000

Born in Wellington, Ohio, Anna Katherine Skeele (1896-1963) first started her art studies while at Olivet College in Michigan. After moving to Southern California in 1912, she settled in Monrovia and continued at Pomona College. Furthering her art studies in the 1920s, Skeele worked with Armin Hansen in Monterey, ASL of NYC under Hawthorn and Bridgman, Académie de la Grande Chaumière and André Lhote in Paris, and Royal Academy of Arts in Florence. In 1951 Skeele and her husband Frode Dann established the Pasadena School of Fine Art.


299 Piero Fornasetti Giro di Conchiglie patterned tray and stand Fornasetti, designed circa 1955 Tray retains Fornasetti label and also impressed “Fornasetti Milano Made in Italy” Tray: 1”h x 30.25” x 22.25”; with stand 31”h $2,000-3,000

300 Lawrence Laske Toothpick Cactus coffee table Model no. 81-TR-35 Knoll, designed 1993 Birdseye maple Retains tag “Toothpick Cactus Table Knoll Studio 1993” with artist signature 16”h x 36”diameter $2,000-3,000


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301 Grant Wood Indian Creek 1927 Oil on paper laid down on board Signed lower left; signed, titled and dated verso Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$16,000-18,000


302 Theophile Alexandre Steinlen Untitled (study) Together with another similar study Circa 1910 Graphite on paper Each signed lower right Image 8” x 3.25” (framed 17.25” x 12”) & Image 9.5” x 7.75” (framed 16.5” x 14”) $1,000-1,500

303 Camille Pissarro Untitled Circa 1890 Graphite on paper Initialed lower right Image 7.5” x 5.5”; Framed 14” x 11.5” $5,000-7,000

304 Pierre Bonnard Untitled Circa 1930 Graphite on paper Initialed lower right Sheet 5” x 6.5”; Framed 11.75” x 13.5” $2,000-3,000


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305 Larry Hofmann July Evening (Small Tree with Missing Limb) 2008 Acrylic on canvas 38” x 44” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$4,000-6,000


306 George Grosz Nude on the Beach (Artists Wife)

307 George Grosz Seated Nude

Circa 1942-46 Oil on paper laid down on Masonite Signed “Grosz” lower right 19.75” x 14.25”

Oil on paper laid down on canvas Signed lower right 23.25” x 15.75”

Peter Grosz has confirmed the authenticity of this painting

G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

Provenance: From

t he Pr ivate C o llecti on of

GLC Art Co LLC; Gera rd L C afesjian, P resident

$15,000-25,000

Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate C ollectio n o f

$15,000-25,000


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308 George Grosz Three Gentlemen 1927 Ink on paper Signed lower right and dated 1927; inscribed “Erich & Lena with my best Christmas wishes, from George Grosz, Dec 1956” Image 24” x 18.5”; Framed 31.5” x 26” Provenance: Lee

N aiman Gallery, N ew

Yo r k ; P rivate C o llectio n , Califo r nia (C h r isties East, New yo r k 1 9 93 )

$8,000-10,000


309 Le Corbusier Wardrobe from Unite d’Habitation, Marseille Studio, designed 1952 61.25”h x 41”w x 22”d $7,000-9,000

310 Jean Prouve Bed Comm. Lycee Fabert, Metz, France, designed 1935 34”h x 32”w x 75”d $4,000-6,000


165 311 Henri Matisse Figure Assise, Bouquet de Fleurs Devant la Mer 1923 Lithograph on Japan paper Signed lower right; edition lower left #25 of 60 Image: 11.75” x 8.5”; Sheet 17.75” x 11.25” Literature: M atisse

L ithog rap h s,

L ambert, Lond o n , 1 97 2

$18,000-25,000


312 Alberto Giacometti Untitled (Study of Head) Circa 1960 Ink on paper In pencil verso “7350.B” and “B” 2.5” x 4.5”; framed 16.75” x 12.25” Provenance: Lee

N aiman Galle ry, New

Yor k; Pr ivate Collectio n , Califo r nia

$10,000-20,000


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313 James Coignard Untitled (Profile sur ouverture gauve) 1978 Oil on canvas Signed lower right; titled on stretcher verso 25� x 20.75� Provenance: Mich elle

R o senfeld

G allery, New Yo r k ; P rivate C ollecti o n , Califo r nia

$3,000-5,000


314 Jean Robert Ipousteguy L’homme qui rit 1960 Bronze Signed twice #4 of 6 9.5” x 7” x 7” Provenance: Mic helle Ro senfeld Gallery, New York ; Pr ivate Co llection, C alifornia

$5,000-8,000


315 Pierre Jeanneret Desk Studio, designed 1950s Indian Rosewood with red leather 28”h x 33” x 48” Provenance: Universit y

Ch andga rh,

I ndia; P rivate C o llecti on, Los A ngeles; ( via C h r isties sale LO 9824 )

$7,000-9,000

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316 Claude Conover Cerros planter Studio, designed circa 1961 Glazed ceramic with decoration Signed “Claude Conover Cerros” Retains original plastic insert 13”h x 9”diameter $5,500-6,500

317 Edward Wormley Pair of interlocking tables Model no. 5404 Dunbar, designed 1956 Retains Gold Dunbar tag 24”h x 53.5”l x 23”d and 15”h x 86”l x 15.75”d Literature: Du nbar :

Fine Fur nit u re o f

t he 1950 s, S ch iffer , 2000

$3,000-5,000


318 Pablo Picasso, after a design by tapestry

319 Pablo Picasso Cote d’Azur

320 Pablo Picasso Picasso: Toreros

Circa 1968 Hand-looped wool depiction of “Guenica” 31”h x 69”

1962 Lithograph poster Mourlot Edition of 7,500 39” x 26”

1961 Book published by George Braziller, New York

$1,500-2,000

Provenance: F r o m

Book includes the four original lithographs printed by Mourlot Freres th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ;

$2,000-3,000

G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$3,000-5,000

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321 Pablo Picasso Jacqueline August 14, 1958 Color lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #81 of 100 Sheet 19.3” x 13.4”; Framed 41” x 35” $12,000-15,000


322 Alexander Calder Blue Moon 1970 Color lithograph Signed lower left; edition lower right #47of 100 Sheet 22.875” x 30.5” $1,200-1,500

323 Joan Miro L’oiseau de feu 1963 Color etching and aquatint on paper Signed lower right; edition lower left #20 of 75 Image 22” x 31”; Framed 32” x 40” $3,000-4,000

324 Bernard Buffet La Canal & Trois Maisons sur le lac (2) 1968 Dry point etchings Each signed lower left; edition lower right #80 of 100 and #80 of 200 Catalogue Raisonne #61 and #62 (Rheims) Each sheet 12.25” x 9.5”; Framed 17” x 13.75” $1,000-1,200

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325 Diego Rivera Untitled (Man and Woman with Flowers) Circa 1954 Watercolor, pastel & pencil on paper Signed upper right in pencil; verso “Obelisk Gallery London” Sold with copy of receipt from Obelisk Gallery, London and Galeria Habana, Cuba 9” x 6” Provenance:

E n r iqu e C a r avia ( acq uir ed f r o m

th e a rtist in M ay 1 95 4 ) ; Gale r ia Habana ( Apr il 1 9 7 0) ; David P eel C o llecti o n ; Obelisk Gallery, Londo n ( 1 9 7 2 ) ; P rivate C ollectio n , Califo r nia

$9,000-12,000


326 David A. Siqueiros Untitled 1955 Pyroxylin on Masonite Signed and dated lower right Unique 23.5” x 19.5” $40,000-60,000

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327 Manuel Alvarez Bravo El Ensueno (The Daydream)

328 Manuel Alvarez Bravo Ossuaire (Skull/Crossbones)

1931; this example printed later Silver Gelatin print Image 9” x 7”; Framed 18.5” x 16”

1960; this example printed later Silver Gelatin print Image 7” x 7.5”; Framed 16.5” x 17”

$4,000-6,000

$3,000-5,000

329 Manuel Alvarez Bravo La Buena fama durmiendo (Good Reputation Sleeping) 1939; this example printed later Silver Gelatin print One of Bravo’s most famous images. Image 6.5” x 8.5”; Framed 15.25” x 17” $5,000-7,000

Born in 1902 in Mexico City, Alvarez Bravo photographed his homeland, taking advantage of the everyday people in familiar scenery. Although he never formally took part in the Surrealist movement, Bravo’s work shows Surrealist qualities through his focus and attention to dreaming, fantasy, and granting human traits to inanimate objects.


330 Rufino Tamayo Untitled illustration Ink on tissue paper Signed lower left Approximately 13” x 14.5” $6,000-8,000

331 Rufino Tamayo Cabeza en Ochre (Head in Ochre) 1984 Etching on Guarro paper Signed and numbered in crayon, lower right; edition lower left Artist Proof #3 of 15 aside from the edition of 99 From the series “8 Aguafuertes” published and printed at Ediciones Poligrafa Sheet 29.25” x 21.5”; Framed 43” x 35” Literature: R u fino

Tamayo: A C atalog u e

Raiso nne , P rints: 1925 -1991 , Tamayo

17 7

Fo u ndatio n

$4,000-6,000

332 Rufino Tamayo Mujer Con Sandia (Pereda 33) 1950 Lithograph in colors on Arches Signed in pencil and numbered #191 of 200 21.75” x 16.75” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$3,000-5,000

333 Rufino Tamayo Demi-Poisson (Half Fish) 1969 Lithograph Signed lower left; edition lower right Artists Proof “VIII/XXV” Sheet 23” x 30”; Framed 27.5” x 36” Literature: R u fino

Tamayo: A C atalog u e

Raiso nne , P rints: 1925 -1991 , Tamayo Fo u ndatio n

$2,000-3,000


334 Jean Cocteau Untitled (Fallen Angel) 1936 Pencil drawing with inscription Signature and date of 1936 lower right; upper right “18 Oct 1956” with inscription Image 10.25” x 8”; Framed 19.75” x 19” This was a study for a mural at “La Chapelle Saint Pierre, Villfranche Sur Mer, France Literature:

L a C apelle Saint Pier r e ,

Villef r anch e S u r Me r Jean C o cteau, E ditio ns d u R o c h e r , M onac o, 1 95 7, pg 6 and 2 1

$5,000-7,000

335 Jean Cocteau Untitled (Le Diable) Circa 1952 Graphite and ink on paper Signed lower right; Galerie Anne Julien, Paris label verso Image 8” x 5.25”; Framed 14.5” x 11.5” $4,000-5,000

336 Jean Cocteau Untitled (Profile) 1955 Graphite drawing Signed and dated lower left Sheet 10.25” x 8.25”; Framed 20.5” x 16.5” $3,000-5,000


337 Jim Ganzer Armchair Studio, designed circa 1985 40”h x 27”w x 29”d $2,500-3,500

338 Scott Grieger Impersonations 1970 15 individual sheets in portfolio, black and white Self published Unknown edition 7.5” x 10.25” 15 images interpreting of various artists work (Tony Delap, Richard Serra, Sol Lewitt, Rauschenberg, Robert Irwin, Ernest Trova, John McCracken, Claes Oldenburg and others) $300-500

339 Allen Ruppersberg 23 Pieces 1969 Spiral bound book Self Published; Photography by Gary Krueger Unknown edition 6.25” x 8.25” Ruppersberg’s very first artist’s book. It illustrates a photographic survey of the late sixties Los Angeles environment that oftentimes finds the artist in the picture. $300-500

340 Allen Ruppersberg 24 Pieces 1970 Spiral bound book Published by Sunday Quality Signed with hand written note in blue pen First edition; 600 copies printed Photography by Gary Krueger 6.25” x 8.25” Ruppersberg, a conceptualist artist, created this book in which he juxtaposes the interior decor of local hotel and motel rooms alongside examples of the greater urban environment. $400-600

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341 Don Sorenson Untitled 1981 Oil on canvas Signature and date verso 26”h x 43”; Framed 33.25” x 50” $6,000-8,000


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342 David Gilhooly Erotic Frog Wedding Cake #6 1979 Glazed and painted earthenware Signed and dated Unique 25.5�h This is the final piece in the Erotic Wedding Cake series Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$10,000-15,000


343 Dora De Larios Horse & Rider

344 Dora De Larios Glazed ceramic figure

345 Dora De Larios Glazed ceramic figure

346 Dora De Larios Glazed ceramic figure

Studio, executed circa 1957-63 Signed 12”h x 11” x 7”

Studio, executed circa 1957-63 Signed 13”h x 10” x 10”

Studio, executed circa 1957-63 Signed 18”h x 11” x 7”

Studio, executed circa 1957-63 13”h x 10” x 12”

Provenance:

Provenance:

Provenance:

$800-1,200

E state of Pau l Kasper

$600-800

Estate of Paul Kasper

$600-800

Estate of Pau l Kasper

$1,000-1,500

Provenance:

Estate o f Pau l Kaspe r


347 Dora De Larios Glazed ceramic figure Studio, executed circa 1957-63 Signed 10”h x 12” x 4.5” Provenance:

Estate of Paul Kaspe r

$700-900

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348 Dora De Larios Glazed ceramic figure Studio, executed circa 1957-63 Signed 10”h x 8” x 6” and 8.5”h x 6.5” x 6” Provenance:

Estate of Paul Kaspe r

$1,000-1,500


349 Beatrice Wood Lovers

350 Beatrice Wood Chalice

351 Otto & Vivika Heino Cermic pitcher and cups (7)

352 Otto & Vivika Heino Glazed ceramic vessel

Studio, circa 1980 Glazed earthenware with Quartz 9.75” x 8.5”

Studio, designed circa 1979 Signed

Studio, designed circa 1968

$1,000-1,500

S ewell J o nes

Co llecti on of GLC Art Co L LC ;

Studio, circa 1980 Glazed earthenware Signed “Beato” and in black ink “BWTF 604” 11”h

G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

Provenance: F r om

$4,000-6,000

C ollecti o n of G LC A rt C o L LC ;

Provenance: From

t he Pr ivate

t he P r ivate

Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$4,000-6,000

Provenance:

A Q uinc y Jones & E laine K

$200-300


353 Gronk Untitled (2 works)

354 Gronk Group of 3 portraits

1983 One signed, titled and dated Sheet 5.5” x 7.5” and 5.75” x 7”

Circa 1980 Each 5.75” x 4”; Framed 12.5” x 10.75” $1,500-2,500

$1,500-2,000

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355 Robert Frame Three Mackerels Before 1952 Oil on canvas Signed upper left and lower right; labels verso from Dalzell Hatfield Gallery, Los Angeles & Pasadena Art Institute exhibition label from Oct-Nov 1952 20” x 30” Exhibited:

Pasadena Art I nstit ute,

Octo ber - November 1952

Provenance:

E state of Pau l Kasper

$2,000-3,000

356 Milford Zornes Telfund Coast - Greenland 1953 Watercolor Signed and dated verso and lower right; inscribed verso “Painted at Thule Greenland Frozen Sea in April or May” and “Telfund Coast - Greenland Milford Zornes 1953” 22” x 30” $2,000-3,000


357 Gerald McCabe Occasional table Orange Crate Modern, designed circa 1968 Branded signature 28”h x 36” x 60” This versatile table can be turned on its side to make a low or high coffee table $2,000-3,000

358 Maugerite Wildenhain Covered vessel & low pitcher Pond Farm, executed circa 1954 Glazed ceramic Stamped signature and artist cipher Vase 7”h x 5”diameter; pitcher 4”h x 8” x 6” $1,000-1,500

359 Arthur Espenet Group of 4 turned wood bowls Studio, executed circa 1960 Black Walnut, Walnut, and Pochata Branded “Espenet 607b” and “Espenet” 2”h x 7”diameter; 1”h x 8”diameter; pair at 1”h x 7.75”diameter $2,000-3,000

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360 Andy Warhol Electric Chairs (10) 1971 Screenprints in colors on heavy wove paper Published by Bruno Bischofberger Signed and dated in ink verso with stamp numbered edition Artist Proof “IV/L”; aside from the edition of 250 Each 35.5” x 48” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate C ollecti on o f

G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

Literature: A ndy

Wa r h o l P rints: A Catalog u e

Raiso nne 1 9 6 2- 1 9 8 7, Feldman & Sc h ellmann , 2 0 03 , ( F S I I 74 - 83 )

$150,000-200,000


361 Takashi Murakami Monogram Multicolore - Cherry

362 Takashi Murakami Monogram Multicolore - white

2007 Canvas on aluminum chassis with original box Published by Louis Vuitton & MoCA Signed verso on the chassis From the edition of 100 15.75” x 15.75”

2007 Canvas on aluminum chassis with original box Published by Louis Vuitton & MoCA Retains Louis Vuitton/MoCA certificate; signed on the chassis verso #15 of 100 15.75” x 15.75”

Provenance: Pur ch ased

at t he M u seum

of Co ntempora ry Art (MoCa ) ,

Provenance: P u rc h ased

Octobe r 29, 2007

o f C o ntempo r ary A rt ( M o Ca) ,

$9,000-10,000

Octo be r 2 9, 2 0 0 7

$9,000-10,000

at th e M use um


363 Neal Tait Untitled 2000 Gouache on paper Jay Jopling London label verso Image 8” x 10”; Framed 12.75” x 14.75” $3,000-5,000

364 William Wegman Handsome 2001 Chromegenic C-print #72 of 150 Signature, dated, title and edition verso Image 7.25” x 7.25”; Framed 16.5” x 16.5” $2,000-3,000

365 John Schnabel Untitled (Passenger #2) 1995 Silver Gelatin print #5 of 10 Image 23” x 19”; Framed 33” x 28.5” $2,000-3,000

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366 Louis Durot Aspirale chair Designed 1972 Polyurethane resin Together with catalogue on Durot’s polyurethane designs 26”h x 33”diameter $2,500-3,500

367 Jean Nouvel Lounge chair Sawaya & Moroni, designed 1994 Stamped 45”h x 30”w x 29”d $6,000-8,000


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368 Louise Nevelson Untitled 1992 Plaster Eric Firestone Gallery label verso #2 of 4 14.25”h x 9” x 6” $9,000-12,000


369 Doug & Mike Starn Twin Acrobat 1989-90 Photo collage Inscribed verso “For Lisa, Merry Christmas & Happy Birthday, Mike Doug” Frame 19” x 22” $7,000-10,000

370 Greg Colson Untitled 1996 Lithograph Signature and date lower right; edition lower left #17 of 20 Sheet 29” x 29”; Framed 36.5” x 36.5” $1,500-2,000


371 Richard Serra Untitled (Paths & Edges) 2007 Etching printed on heavy Lanaquarelle watercolor paper #19 of 60 Sheet 23.5” x 29.5”; Framed 31.5” x 37.5” $5,000-6,000

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372 Richard Serra Untitled (Paths & Edges) 2007 Etching printed on heavy Lanaquarelle watercolor paper #19 of 60 Sheet 20” x 26.5”; Framed 28” x 34.25” $4,000-5,000


374 Michael Craig-Martin Untitled (Book)

373 Peter Doig Canoe 2000 Silkscreen #163 of 300 Signature and edition verso Sheet 28.5” x 39”; Framed 37.5” x 47.5” $2,500-3,500

1997 Screenprint in colors in bound book together with two loose screenprints, all in gray cloth-covered portfolio Published by Alan Cristea Gallery and Rindinghouse Editions, London Each signed, dated and numbered #143 of 150 13” x 21.25” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate C ollectio n

o f G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, P r esident

$4,000-6,000


375 Louise Bourgois Untitled (Paris Review) 1994 Intaglio with hand painting Signed, dated and numbered in pencil #53 of 65 Sheet 36.5” x 28”; Framed 39.25” x 30.5” $3,000-5,000

376 Raymond Pettibon Once Upon A Thousand And One Nights Lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #4 of 4 publisher’s proof 26” x 19.75” $2,000-3,000

197


377 Nancy Graves Lineate August 1981 Oil on canvas Signed, titled and dated verso; retains Graham Gund, Cambridge, MA label & M. Knoedler & Co, New York label 64� x 82� $15,000-20,000


199

378 Lucas Samaras The Spectator (with two mouths) 1984 Oil on canvas Pace Gallery label verso 36” x 24”; framed 40.5” x 29” Exhibited: Pace

Gallery s h ow,

Octo be r - N ovember 1 9 85 “ Lucas Samar as: Paintings” and illu str ated in th e catalo g ue

Provenance: Pace

Gallery, N ew Yo r k ;

P r ivate C ollectio n , Califo r nia

$25,000-35,000


379 Kenny Scharf Juicy Jungle (2) Screenprint Each with signature and edition #113 of 150 Sheet 33.5” x 38.5”; Framed 41.5” x 46” $1,500-2,000


201

380 Paul Wunderlich Untitled 1973 Oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left; signed and dated verso 21.5� x 25.5� Provenance: estate

o f C h ristina

P inkerto n ; P rivate C ollectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$8,000-12,000


381 Robert Motherwell French Revolution Bicentennial Suite (4) 1987-88 Etchings with aquatint with hand applied collage Signature and edition lower right Each Artist Proof VII/VII Sheet 16.75” x 20”; Framed 25” x 28.5” $14,000-16,000


382 Chuck Close Lyle 2003 Screenprint in colors Signature, edition and dated in pencil #34 of 80 Published by Pace Editions, Inc 58.25” x 47.875” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$25,000-30,000

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383 Albert Chase McArthur & Frank Lloyd Wright biltmore Tiles Custom, designed circa 1928 Glass 17.5” x 13” x 1.25” The Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, was built by Albert Chase McArthur with some collaboration from Wright. $1,500-2,000

384 Gaetan Jeannin Architectural element Custom, designed 1928 Each panel marked Designed for the Oviatt Building, Los Angeles 17.75” x 13.5” x 4.5” $1,800-2,500

385 Frank Lloyd Wright Custom rug (opposite Page) V’soske, circa 1945-50 Approximately 19’ diameter Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the David L. and Gladys B. Wright Residence, Phoenix, AZ $40,000-60,000

The David L. and Gladys B. Wright Residence, 1950, located in Phoenix, Arizona, was the home for Frank and Catherine Wright’s fourth child, David Wright. The plans of the house are based on the working drawings to Frank Lloyd Wright’s project “How to Live in the Southwest”. The curved in-line plan of the residence eliminates spaces confined to rectangular shapes, thus granting the living room a view across the pool to the nearby mountain range. The living room also contained a rug, which was based on a 1926 design with interlocking and overlapping circles, and was woven by V’Soske of Puerto Rico. Only a few Frank Lloyd Wright buildings contain rugs, and in addition to its rarity, the design is detailed and complex. This rug is an exceptional example of Wright’s meticulous control over the complete design of his houses.


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386 Paul Schreckengost Teapot Gem Clay Forming Company, designed 1938 Signed “Paul Schreckengost Gem Clay Forming Co” 7”h x 11” x 4” Literature: Modernist

Design

1880 -1940, Du ncan , 1998

$9,000-12,000

387 Gilbert Rohde Chest of Drawers Herman Miller, designed circa 1940 Retains Herman Miller tag 44”h x 32”w x 19”d $1,500-2,000

388 Gilbert Rohde Pair of table lamps For Mutual Sunset, designed circa 1935 20.5”h $2,000-3,000


389 Greta Grossman, attributed Table lamp

390 Louis Dierra, attributed Glass chair

Possibly Ralph O. Smith, designed circa 1940s 13”h x 8” x 6.25”

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, designed 1939 for the “Glass Center Pavilion” a the New York World’s Fair Textured glass and metal 29”h x 22”w x 18”d

This chair was originally designed for the World’s Fair and later sold at J.W. Robinson Co. Scholars have attributed this to Louis Dierra who was a designer at the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company.

Literature: Arts

According to the manufacturer, the original process of bending plate glass left a dimpled surface which could be ground and polished to create a clear sheet. This chair is unpolished and appears as it was advertised in 1947.

$1,000-1,500

& Architecture ,

Octo ber 1 9 4 7

$5,000-7,000

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391 Paul Cadmus Horseplay 1935 Etching Signed lower right; Midtown Galleries, NY label verso Image 9” x 4.75”; Framed 20” x 15.5” Literature: Pau l

Cadm u s, Ki r stein,

I mago, New Yo rk

$6,000-9,000

392 Thomas Hart Benton Laborer Circa 1930 Graphite on paper Signed lower right 13” x 9.25” Provenance:

Lee N aiman Galle ry, New Yo rk ;

P r ivate C ollecti on , Califo rnia

$5,000-7,000

Thomas Hart Benton (1889- 1975) an American Regionalist painter is most known for his paintings and drawings of everyday American life in the 1930s. Benton’s America was represented in prairie lands, sleepy rivers, and rugged laborers set against the struggles of harvest – traditional aspects the country wanted to see in itself in the ‘30s. As a Regionalist painter, Benton persistently kept to his style of representing a sense of nationalism and romanticism even though art trends began to change in the 1950s. As time passed and technology began to change, the America Benton had depicted in his travels in the ‘30s was disappearing quickly; steam engines and hand tools were objects in museums and rustic towns had become curiosities. Benton’s work represents the rugged America of the past, brought to life through his sculptural drawing style.


393 Thomas Hart Benton Ten Pound Hammer 1967 Lithograph Signed lower right; titled lower left Proof, aside from the edition of 300 Catalogue raisonne #79 (Fath) Image 14” x 9.75”; Sheet 17.75” x 13” Together with 3 related items: An Artist In America, Benton, 1968, signed, The Lithographs of Thomas Hart Benton, 1969 & Ambassador Magazine (TWA) dated November 1974 Lithograph purchased directly from the artist at his studio in November 1974 $4,000-6,000

394 Thomas Hart Benton The Little Fisherman 1967 Lithograph Signed lower right Proof aside from the edition of 300 Catalogue Raisonne # 80 (Fath) Image 14.25” x 9.875”; Sheet 18” x 13”

209

Together with 4 related items: An American In Art, Benton, 1969, signed, Thomas Hart Benton: A Personal Commemorative, 1973, signed in pen Associated American Artists catalogue & Commemorative 1st day issued stamp on postcard signed, dated May 8, 1971 $2,500-3,500

395 Thomas Hart Benton Making Camp 1972 Lithograph Signed lower right Proof, aside from the edition of 250 Published by AAA Image 12” x 14.25”; Sheet 16” x 19” Together with The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain, 1939, signed from the limited edition $1,500-2,000


396 Bernard “Tony” Rosenthal Untitled sculpture (Flute Player) 1950 Bronze Signed and dated “Rosenthal 50” 23.5”h x 10.5” x 7” $6,000-8,000

397 Bernard “Tony” Rosenthal Untitled sculpture 1965 Bronze Stamped signature “Rosenthal 65” Unique 20”h x 6” x 6” $5,000-7,000

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398 Franz Hagenauer Pair of Nubian dancers

399 Franz Hagenauer Nubian bust

400 Franz Hagenauer Group of leaping Deer (3)

Hagenauer, designed circa 1925 Stamped “Hagenauer Wien Handmade Made in Austria” with artist cipher 10.25”h x 5” x 1.5”

Hagenauer, designed circa 1925 14.5”h x 9” x 4.5”

Hagenauer, designed circa 1925 Stamped “Hagenauer Wien Handmade Made in Austria” with artist cipher 5.5”h x 5” x 1.5”; 4”h x 6” x 4”; and 5.5”h x 8.5” x 1.5”

$2,000-3,000

$800-1,000

$1,500-2,000


401 Franz Hagenauer Sailboat and Ryder Hagenauer, Designed circa 1925 Stamped “Hagenauer Wien Handmade Made in Austria” with artist cipher 16”h x 17” x 6.5” $1,800-2,500

402 Franz Hagenauer Group of figures (8) Hagenauer, designed circa 1925 Various Hagenauer stamps Various sizes $1,000-1,500

403 Karl Hagenauer Tray Hagenauer, designed circa 1925 Stamped “Hagenauer Wien Karl Handmade Made in Austria” with artist cipher .5”h x 9.75” x 9.75” $300-400

404 Hagenauer Pair of match-stick holders (2) Hagenauer, designed circa 1925 Stamped “Made in Austria” 3.5”h x 3.5” x 1.5” $400-600

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405 James Fee Faceless Christ, Crossed Wire & Jaspers Flag (3) 1997-1998 Silver Gelatin print Craig Krull label verso Edition of 10 Image 18” x 18”; Framed 27.75” x 27.75” $3,000-5,000


215

406 Peter Beard Two Diary Pages, April 7th and 8th, 1970 1970 Gelatin silver print with ink and blood handwork Signed and annotated in ink (in the image) 15.875� x 19.875� Exhibited: Pettiness

and F utilit y,

Fah e y Klein Galle ry, Ma r c h 1 9 9 9

Provenance: F r o m

th e st u dio o f the

a rtist; P rivate C o llectio n o f G LC Art C o L LC ; Ge r a r d L Cafesjian, P resident

$12,000-18,000


407 Art Foundry Console table Art Foundry, 1968 Cast Bronze with patina and solid walnut frame 28.5”h x 51.25”l x 25.75”d Sold with copy of Art Foundry catalogue $6,000-8,000


217

408 Abigail Varela Mujer Colgando en un Aro 1998 Bronze sculpture 41.25� Provenance: F r eites - Revilla

G allery;

P rivate C ollecti o n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$15,000-20,000


409 Edward Wormley Couch Model no. 4756 Dunbar, designed 1956 33”h x 88”w x 43”d Literature: Du nbar :

Fine Fur nit u re o f

t he 1950 s, S ch iffer , 2000

$3,000-5,000

410 Karl Springer Console Springer Mfg., designed circa 1975 Lacquered parchment 32”h x 71”l x 20”d $3,000-4,000


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411 Heather Carisch The Cello

412 Julian Schnabel Tibet House

1993 Acrylic on paper Signed and dated lower right

1990 Offset lithograph Signed lower right; edition lower left #13 of 200 Sheet 57.5” x 42”; Framed 62.4” x 47”

Provenance: F r om

t h e P rivate

C ollecti o n of G LC A rt C o L LC ; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$2,000-3,000

$2,500-3,500


413 Paul Evans Backgammon coffee table Studio, designed circa 1972 19.5”h x 68” x 28.75” $4,000-6,000


414 Paul Evans Cityscape dining table Directional, designed 1974 Signed and dated 29.5”h x 44” x 80” $5,000-7,000

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415 Louise Nevelson Sky Shadow 1973 Lead intaglio collage on heavy rag paper Signed in pencil, dated, titled and numbered #27 of 150 Published by Pace Editions, New York 29.75” x 25” Provenance: From

the P r ivate

Co llecti on of GLC Art C o L LC ; G e ra rd L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$3,000-5,000

416 Louise Nevelson Untitled 1975 Etching in colors with collage Signed and dated lower right; edition lower left #25 of 90 Published by 2RC Editions Image 29.5” x 20”; Framed 40.5” x 30.25” $2,000-3,000


417 Ulbald King Sofa Stendig, designed 1970 Retains Stendig label (reupholstered) Each section 26.5”h x 34”w x 56”d $3,000-5,000

418 Giancarlo Piretti Pair of Plona stools Castelli, designed 1970 Retains label “Plona Divisione Sedie Castelli Italy” Each 19.5”h x 22”w x 17”d $1,500-2,000

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419 Robert Venturi Sheraton chair Knoll International, designed 1984 Retains Knoll label 33.5”h x 21.75”w x 23”d $5,000-6,000

420 Angelo Mangiarotti Eros coffee table First produced by Societa Henraux, Lucca, Italy, then later by Gruppo Skipper, Italy, designed 1971 Carrera marble 16”h x 41” x 41.5” Literature: Decorative

Art in M oder n

Inte rior s 197 3/74, V iking Pr ess, 1 9 7 3 , pg 75

$3,000-5,000


421 Joe Colombo Cantilevered floor light “Coupe” model O-Luce, designed 1966 Retains label “Ostuni O-Luce Milano Made in Italy” As photographed 72”h Literature: S o u r cebook

o f Mo der n

F u rnitu re , Habegger & Osman , Norto n, 2 0 05 , pg 3 3 1

$1,500-2,000

225

422 Giancarlo Piretti Group of 6 Plona chairs Castelli, designed 1970 29”h x 27”w x 20”d $2,000-3,000


423 Lam Lite-Table

424 George Nelson Table clock

425 Danish Modern Cabinet

426 Edward Wormley Pair of settees

Model no. LL-130 Lam Workshop, Inc., designed circa 1950 Molded fiberglass Specified for Case Study House 1950 15.5”h x 15.25”diameter

Howard Miller, designed circa 1960 Retains Howard Miller label 8.5”h x 4” x 4”

Manufacturer unknown, designed circa 1958 Rosewood 30”h x 60”l x 19”d

Dunbar, designed circa 1950 Each 32”h x 48”w x 30”d

Literature:

Arts & Architecture ,

Octo ber 1950

$1,500-2,000

$1,000-1,500

$2,500-3,500

$3,000-5,000


227 427 Benicio Nunez UnTITLEd (3)

428 John Altoon New York City Skyline

Group of 3 works Gouache on paper Signed and dated

Tempera on board 12” x 36”

Provenance: Estate of Paul Kasper

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o L LC ;

$800-1,200

Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$5,000-7,000


429 Jasper Morrison Conran sofa

430 Alvar Aalto Dining table

Custom designed for the Conran Shop, London, 1995 32.5”h x 79”w x 42”d

Artek, designed circa 1936; this example produced after 1950 28”h x 50.25”diameter; with leaf 23.675”l

$8,000-10,000

$3,000-4,000

431 Tapio Wirkkala Pair of candlesticks

432 Tapio Wirkkala Glass bowl

S ewell J o nes

Model no. 3616 Iittala, 1955 Etched signature “Tapio Wirkkala Iittala 55” 3.75”h x 5.5”diameter

$300-500

$800-1,200

Iittala, designed circa 1955 Provenance:

A Q uinc y J ones & Elaine K


433 Richard Long Mississippi Mud

434 Gary Hume London Plane Leaves

1987 Mixed media on paper Signed and dated top Image 11.5” x 8.25”; Framed 21.5” x 17.25”

1999-2000 India ink on paper Signed lower right “Hume” Made for the White Chapel Art Gallery Exhibition Image 8” x 5”; Framed 10.75” x 8”

$10,000-15,000

$1,000-1,500

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435 raphael Soyer Portrait of a Model Circa 1940 Oil on canvas Signed and inscribed “For my friend Bernie Bergman 1941” Retains Forum Gallery label verso Canvas 14” x 10” Framed 21” x 16.75” $2,000-3,000

436 Kees van Dongen Tete de Femme Circa 1955 Lithograph in colors Signed in the stone and numbered #22 of 120 20.5” x 14.5” Provenance: From

th e P r ivate C ol-

lecti on of GLC Art C o L LC ; Ge r a r d L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$1,200-1,800

437 Joni Mitchell Turbulent Indigo Lithograph Signed Artist Proof 32” x 26” Provenance: From

th e P r ivate

Co llection of GLC A rt C o L LC ; G era rd L Cafesjian , P resident

$2,000-3,000


438 Karlen Hovespian Girlfriends 1990 Oil on canvas Signed upper right 19.5� x 14.5� Provenance: A rmenian

C enter for

C o ntempo r a ry Expe r imental Art; P r ivate C ollecti on o f GLC Art Co L LC ; Ge r ar d L Cafesjian , Pr esident

$3,000-5,000

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439 Jacque Villegle Untitled Circa 1961 Torn poster collage Signed lower right Sheet 5.5” x 7.5”; Framed 14.5” x 17” $3,000-5,000


440 Henri Toulouse-Lautrec Le Loge au Mascaron Dore (Programme pour le missionnaire) 1893, printed in 1894 Color lithograph First state before letters, untrimmed Theatre Libre, publisher; Ancourt, printer Sheet 19.5” x 12.5” $5,000-7,000

441 Rene Gruau Dancer with Orange and Yellow Feathers Ink and gouache on paper 25.75” x 19.75” Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate

C o llectio n of G LC Art Co LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$3,000-5,000

442 Bernard Villemot Bally (Lotus) 1974 Lithograph 46.5” x 46” Villemot managed to make the two female torsos look like a giant lotus blossom. The only color is on the shoes, so that the product draws ones attention. Provenance: F r o m

th e Pr ivate Co l-

lectio n of G LC A rt Co LLC; G er ar d L C afesjian, P resident

$1,000-2,000

443 Francis Bernard VII Salon de Arts Menagers 1931 Poster Sheet: 38.5”h x 24.5” $1,000-1,500

233


444 Kay Kurt Weingummi Circa 1972 Oil on canvas 55.25” x 94.5” Exhibited: New

Yor k C u lt u r al C enter

“Realism Now ”, 197 2 ; T raveling exhibition from Novembe r 1 9 8 0 - Ap r il 1 9 8 1 titled “Kay Kurt: Paintings” at T he Walker Art Center , Tweed M useu m o f Art, and Grand Rapids A rt M u seum

Provenance: Jill

Ko r nblee Galle ry,

New York; Pr ivate C ollecti on of GLC Art Co LLC; Ger a r d L Cafesjian, Pr esident

$3,000-5,000

445 Gio Pomodoro Untitled Circa 1975 Signature and edition lower right; inscribed lower left Artist Proof Sheet 30” x 22.25”; Framed 38.5” x 29.75” $1,000-1,500


235 446 Tommi Parzinger Cabinet and Tribal horn This cabinet and tribal horn was one of many items designed for a house in Scarsdale, NY in 1965. Custom, executed circa 1965 37”h x 74.75”w x 19”d $5,000-6,000

447 John van Alstine Totem & Diagonal Tendencies 1984-85 Pastel on paper & graphite and pastel on paper Each signed and dated lower right; titled lower left 44” x 30” and 49.5” x 29.5” Provenance: F r o m

th e P rivate

C o llectio n of G LC A rt C o LLC; G e r ar d L Cafesjian, P resident

$1,200-1,500


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Yan Face, (Ramie #512) From a collection of Picasso ceramics to be offered


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VAN NUYS AIRPORT

405 FREEWAY

LAMA

WOODLEY AVE

VALJEAN AVE

Make your way to the 101 Freeway Proceed North on the 101 Merge onto the 405 NORTH Take the 4th exit onto “Sherman Way, WEST” Proceed WEST on Sherman Way Turn LEFT at the 3rd light onto “Woodley” Take the first RIGHT onto “Hart” street, which is a side street

SEPULVEDA BLVD

SHERMAN WAY

FROM HOLLYWOOD

HART ST

FROM THE westside

Take the 405 Freeway, North Continue past the Getty Museum and the 101 Interchange Exit onto “Sherman Way, WEST” (this is 4 exits North of the 101) Proceed WEST on Sherman Way Turn LEFT at the 3rd light onto “Woodley” Take the first RIGHT onto “Hart” street, which is a side street

101 FREEWAY WOODLAND HILLS

N

HOLLYWOOD

GETTY CENTER

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AU C T I O N DAY

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PREVIEW DAYS

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Index A Aalto, Alvar Ackerman, Evelyn Agam, Yaacov Almaraz, Carlos Altoon, John Arnz, Michael Art Foundry Asawa, Ruth Avedon, Richard Azuma, Norio B Baldessari, John Basquiat, Jean-Michel Baughman, Milo Bayer, Herbert Beard, Peter Benton, Thomas Hart Bernard, Francis Bertoia, Harry Bertrand, Louis Bill, Max Bitters, Stan Bobrick, Mitchell Bolotowsky, Ilya Bonnard, Pierre Bosman, Richard Bourgois, Louise Bravo, Manuel Alvarez Breuer, Marcel Brooks, Kim Brown, Dana Buffet, Bernard Bugatti, Carlo

204, 430 81-83 135 30 428 263 407 246 144 136 143 71-72 180 168 406 392-395 443 209, 239, 240 181 134 252-257 14 41 304 276-277 375 327-329 43-48, 205 182 290 324 73-76

C Cadmus, Paul 391 Calder, Alexander 33, 322 Capron, Roger 193 Carisch, Heather 411 Casati & Ponzio 166 Chan, Kwok Hoi 155 Christo 153 Clark, Larry 146-147 Close, Chuck 382 Cocteau, Jean 334-336 Cohen, Larry 19 Coignard, James 313 Colombo, Joe 421 Colson, Greg 370 Conover, Claude 316 Conover, Luther W. 86 Craig-Martin, Michael 374 Cressey, David 2, 96, 116, 118, 264-269 D Dali, Salvador De Larios, Dora Dierra, attributed, Louis Dill, Laddie John Dine, Jim Doig, Peter Dow, Jim Durot, Louis E Eames, Charles & Ray Emin, Tracey Ernst, Max Espenet, Arthur Evans, Paul F Falkenstein, Claire Fee, James

281 343-348 390 221, 226-227 51, 247-250 373 278 366 35, 112, 121-29, 202, 207-10 61 47 359 413-414 97-99 405

Feuerman, Carole Jean Follis, John Fonseca, Caio Fornasetti, Pierre Foulkes, Lynn Frame, Robert Francis, Sam Frankenthaler, Helen Friedeberg, Pedro Fulton, Hamish

282 11, 94 50 299 109 355 199-200 100-101 28 59

G Gambone Ganzer, Jim Garrett, John Gearon, Tierney Gehry, Frank O. Gilhooly, David Gillon, Jean Goings, Ralph Gottlieb, Adolph Gould, Allan Graves, Nancy Grieger, Scott Gronk Grossman, Greta Grosz, George Gruau, Rene Guhl, Willy Gussow, Jill

164 337 177 26 63-65 342 25 251 8-9 84 377 338 353-354 389 306-308 441 156 244-245

H Hagenauer 398-404 Hannah, Duncan 186 Haring, Keith 228-229 Heino, Otto & Vivika 351-352 Hepworth, Barbara 58 Herman, Roger 20-21 Heussenstamm, Karl 92 Higgins, Michael & Frances 178 Hirondelle, Anne 224 Hirst, Damien 77, 145, 273-275 Hockney, David 102-103 Hodgkin, Howard 57 Hofmann, Larry 305 Hovespian, Karlen 438 Hume, Gary 434 Hutchinson, Mabel 258 I Ipousteguy, Jean Robert J Jacobsen, Arne Jeanneret, Pierre Jeannin, Gaetan Jendro, James Jere Jones, A. Quincy Judd, Donald Juhl, Finn

314 22 315 384 279 179 117-120 162 189, 191

K Kagan, Vladimir 53, 56 Kasper, Paul 15-18 Katz, Alex 66 Kelly, Ellsworth 130, 132 Kimura 93 King, Ulbald 417 Kirk, Jerome 67 Knoll, Florence 68, 235-238 Koh, Woo Sang 138 Kovacs, Robert 161 Krezich Kittelson, Vesna 188 Kurt, Kay 444 L Lalanne, Francois-Xavier 78-79

Lam Larsen, Jack Lenor Laske, Lawrence Le Corbusier Legenhausen, Karen Leland, Malcolm Liaigre, Christian Lichtenstein, Roy Long, Richard

423 170 300 309 184 259-271 54 149-150 433

M Maloof, Sam 241-242 Mangiarotti, Angelo 420 Mangold, Robert 133 Mapplethorpe, Robert 140-41 Martine, Maurice 85 Matisse, Henri 311 McCabe, Gerald 357 McLaughlin, John 42 Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig 70 Miro, Joan 323 Mitchell, Joni 437 Mogensen, Borge 24 Morley, Malcolm 60 Morrison, Jasper 429 Motherwell, Robert 110, 381 Murakami, Takashi 361-362 N Nakashima, George 283-295 Natzler, Gertrud & Otto 151, 152 Nelson, George 34-40, 69, 201, 203, 211, 212, 424 Nevelson, Louise 368, 415-416 Nouvel, Jean 367 Novoa, Gustavo 29 Nunez, Benicio 427 O Orozco, Jose Clemente

31

P Panton, Verner Papanian, Anatoli Pearlstein, Philip Pettibon, Raymond Picasso, Pablo Piretti, Giancarlo Pissarro, Camille Pomodoro, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Gio Powell, Philip Lloyd Prouve, Jean

160 10 137 376 319-321 418, 422 303 52 445 272 310

R Rady, Elsa Rand, Susan Rauschenberg, Robert Read, Herbert Reder, Bernard Ritts, Herb Rivera, Diego Rivers, Larry Rohde, Gilbert Rosenthal, Bernard “Tony� Roth, David Rubenstein, Bruce Ruppersberg, Allen Ruscha, Edward

225 187 105-108 113 194 142 325 231 387-388 396-397 237 183 339-340 213-220

S Saarinen Swanson, Pipsan Samaras, Lucas Sarafatti, Gino Scharf, Kenny Schabel, John Schnabel, Julian

91 378 165 379 365 412

School, New York Schreckengost, Paul Schultz, Richard Seley, Jason Serra, Richard Shulman, Julius Siqueiros, David A. Skeele, A. Katherine Soldner, Paul Soleri, Paolo Sonneman, Robert Sorenson, Don Sottsass, Ettore Soyer, Raphael Spence, Andrew Springer, Karl Starn, Doug & Mike Steinlen, Thephile Alexandre Still, Nanny Struth, Thomas Studio Tetrarch Sultan, Donald Sultan, Larry Szoeke, Andrew T Tackett, La Gardo Tait, Neal Tamayo, Rufino Toledo, Francisco Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri V van Alstine, John van Dongen, Kees Van Keppel, Hendrick Varela, Abigail Vasa Vasarely, Victor Venturi, Robert Vigo, Nanda Villegle, Jacque Villemot, Bernard Voulkos, Peter Vistosi, Luciano Vivin, Louis von Wicht, John Voulkos, Peter

242 386 206 159 371-372 114-115 326 298 6-7 270 167 341 163 435 131 410 369 302 157 139 175 196 27 49 88-90 363 330-333 32 440

447 436 1-5,13 408 171 158, 172-174 419 169 439 442 222-223 299-300 445-447 394 188-191

W Warhol, Andy 230-234, 360 Wearing, Gillian 62 Wegman, William 364 Wegner, Hans J. 23, 190-92,198 Wildenhain, Maugerite 358 Wirkkala, Tapio 431-432 Wood, Beatrice 349-350 Wood, Grant 301 Woolley, Ellamarie & Jackson 95 Wormley, Edward 317, 409, 426 Wright, Frank Lloyd 383, 385 Z Zornes, Milford Zucker, Joe

356 185

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