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Modern, Folk & Self-Taught Art

Live Salesroom Auction: Sunday, June 21, 2015, 10am est Exhibition: June 19-20, 11am-5pm

Lot 292, Simon Tjakamarra (Australian Aborigine,1946-1990) “Tingari Ceremonies�, Acrylic on Canvas

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Lot 2, Tramp Art Chip Carved Box

Lot 6, Cow Weathervane, Late 19th, Early 20th C.

Lot 112, Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011)

Lot 5, Rare Lanier Meaders (American, 1917-1998) Double Face Jug

Lot 36, Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama 1925-2006) Painting on Found Wood Panel

Lot 169, Folk Art Godzilla Whirlygig. Monogrammed. Carved Wood and Metal, Mid 20th c


Lot 18, Clementine Hunter (American/Louisiana, 1886-1988) Oil Painting

Lot 56, Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Mixed Media, Collage of 4 drawings on Found Paper

Lot 124, Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) “2nd BASE”, Acrylic on Foam Core Lot 4, Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Mixed Media Collage

Lot 136, Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Painted Board

Lot 50, Jimmy Lee Sudduth (American, 1910-2007) Painting on Plywood


Lot 14, The New Republic Portfolio 1924, Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967) Night Shadows, 1921, Etching

Lot 33, Mara McAfee (American, 1929-1984) Original Painting, Oil on Illustration Board

Lot 313, William Barron (American, 20th c.) “Weather Front,” 1987, Oil on Canvas

Lot 32, American Illustrator (Early 20th c.) Painting

Lot 8, Erwin J. Neusch (American, 1893-1993) Street in Greenwich Village, New York City, Oil on Canvas


Lot 7, Reynolds Beal (American, 1867-1951) Crayon Drawing on Paper, 1928

Lot 335, Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil on Wood, 2003

Lot 49, Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965) Oil on Board

Lot 262, Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985)


Lot 213, Kassem Amoudi (American, 20th c.) Abstract Oil on Canvas

Lot 294, Terence La Noue (American, b. 1941), “Arapaho 1”, 1982, Mixed Media on Canvas

Lot 44, Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Oil on Masonite

Lot 394, Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004) Oil on Canvas, 1976

Lot 390, Martin Canin (American, 1927-1963) Oil on Canvas, 1960


Lot 398, Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Self Portrait”, 1976, Silver Gelatin Photograph Lot 293, Judi Werthein (Argentine, b. 1967) Mixed Media on Canvas, 1997

Lot 40, Kim Weston (American, 20th c.) “Afternoon at Reed’s”, 2006, B+W Silver Gelatin Photograph

Lot 58, Vojislav Jakic (Serbia, 1932-2003) Collection of 9 Pen and Ink Drawings, Signed, Dated 1987 and 1988


Lot 249, Katsushika Hokusai “The Puppeteer” Japanese Woodblock Print

Lot 34, Walter Joseph Phillips (Canadian, 1884-1963) “Morning”, Color Woodblock Print From an Edition of 150

Lot 58, Vojislav Jakic (Serbia, 1932-2003) Collection of 9 Pen and Ink Drawings, Signed, Dated 1987 and 1988

Lot 423, Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c.) Mixed Media Painting and Sculptural Assemblage


1. Barbara Kruger (American, b. 1945) “Get Busy”, 1993 Umbrella, limited edition for AMFAR, Barney’s, NYC, Mespo. Size: 34”L, 86 cm. Never used, with original store tag, some wear to the handle. $500-700 2. Tramp Art Chip Carved Box. Graduated carved wood elements stacked in 3 dimensions. Hinged lid with fitted interior tray. Remnants of gold paint. Size: 10” x 9.5” x 8.5” , 26 x 24 x 22 cm. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey. $300-500

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3. Antique Tibetan Thangka, paint on fabric, circa 1900. Size: 23.5” x 15.5”, 60 x 39 cm (image); 46.75” x 28.25”, 119 x 72 cm (frame). Connecticut estate. $300-500 4. Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Mixed Media Collage, signed. Size: 16” x 12.5”, 41 x 32 cm (board); 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (mat). $100-200 5. Rare Lanier Meaders (American, 1917-1998) Double Face Jug, glazed ceramic, unsigned. Size: 9” x 8.5” x 8” (23 x 22 x 20 cm). $1000-2000 6. Cow Weathervane - Late 19th, Early 20th C. Upstate NY. Stamped galvanized tin cow on arrow directional with cast iron elements, mounted on a copper rod and twisted iron bracket. Remnants of paint. Size: 55.5” x 30” x 14”, 141 x 77 x 36 cm. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey. $3000-5000 7. Reynolds Beal (American, 1867-1951) Crayon Drawing on paper, 1928. Provenance: ex Sidney Bressler Collection; Private Pennsylvania Collection. With accompanying book on artist. Size: 14.5” x 21”, 37 x 53 cm (sight); 21 x 27.5”, 53 x 70 cm (frame). $1000-1500 8. Erwin J. Neusch (American, 1893-1993) Street in Greenwich Village, New York City, oil on canvas painting, signed. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (stretcher); 18.5” x 22.5”, 47 x 57 cm (frame). $500-700 9. Jasper Johns (American, b. 1930), “Silver Cicada”, 1982, offset lithograph, unsigned. Size: 8.75” x 6.5”, 22 x 17 cm (sight); 18.25” x 14.25”, 46 x 36 cm (frame). $300-500 10. Robert Motherwell (American, 1915-1991) “Gauloises Caporal”, circa 1977, original lithograph with collage, unsigned. Size: 10” x 12”, 25 x 30 cm (sheet); 12.75” x 14.75”, 32 x 37 cm (frame). $200-400

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11. Anonymous (20th c.) Portrait of a Sailor, B&W silver gelatin photograph, unsigned. Size: 9” x 6”, 23 x 15 cm (sight); 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (frame). Estate of Sharon Simonaire, NYC. $100-200 12. James A. M. Whistler (American 1834-1903) Hurlingham (K. 181), etching and drypoint, circa 1878, signed in plate with the artist’s butterfly monogram, framed. Size: 5.75” x 8.75”, 15 x 22 cm (sight), 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (frame). $300-500 11

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13. Arman (American/French, 1928-2005) Chessboard in skivertex leather, as an Homaage to Marcel Duchamp, 1973, with the L.H.O.O.Q. mustache silkscreened in each square, signed and numbered in ink in an edition of 100, Provenance: Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Size: 16.5” x 16.5”, 42 x 42 cm (board); 22” x 22”, 56 x 56 cm (mat). $500-700 14. The New Republic Portfolio 1924: (1) Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967) Night Shadows, 1921, etching, from an edition of approximately 500,(Zigrosser 22; Levin, 82). Signed “Edward Hopper” in pencil. Size: 6 7/8” x 8 1/4”, 17.5 x 21 cm (plate), 10” x 12”, 25 x 53 cm (sheet). Good impression; (2) John French Sloan (American, 1871-1951) “Bandit’s cave”, etching, signed, (Morse 195). Size: 7” x 5”, 18 x 13 cm (plate); 14.5” x 10.5”, 37 x 27 cm (sheet); (3) Kenneth Hayes Miller (American, 1876-1952) Play, etching. Size: 4.5” x 6”, 12 x 15 cm (plate); 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (sheet); (4) Ernest Haskell (American, 1876-1925) Landscape, etching, signed. Size: 5” x 8”, 13 x 20 cm (plate); 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (sheet); (5) John Marin (American, 1870-1953) Downtown New York, The El, 1921, drypoint etching (Zigrosser 134). Size: 6.75” x 8.75”, 17 x 22 cm (plate), 11.25” x 13.75, 29 x 35 cm (sheet); (6) New Republic Cover Sheet: “Each Week Throughout the New Year The New Republic will come to you, With all good wishes, block print, signed “E” in plate. Size: 7.75” x 15”, 20 x 38 cm (overall - unfolded). $15000-25000 15. An Original Andy Warhol Invitation to announce the publication of the portfolio of ten flowers, published by Multiples Inc. and Castelli Graphics, 1974. Size: 3.25” x 10.25”, 8 x 26 cm (each sight); 19.5” x 25.5”, 50 x 65 cm (frame). $500-700 16. Bill Jensen (American, b. 1945) LZZ 31, 1999, mixed media painting on paper. Size: 9” x 7”, 23 x 18 cm (sheet); 17.5” x 15.5”, 44 x 39 cm (frame). $500-1000

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17. Jack “Mr. B.” Beaverland, Cotton Train (NYC), 1995, puff paint on wood. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (board). $200-300 18. Clementine Hunter (American/Louisiana, 1886-1988) Oil Painting, monogrammed lower right. Size: 15.5” x 23.5”, 39 x 60 cm (sight); 17.5” x 25.5”, 44 x 65 cm (frame). $3000-4000 19. William Dawson (American, 1901-1990) Two Works: 1) Portrait, 1984, carved and painted wood. Size: 8” x 7” (20 x 18 cm); 2) Portrait, 1985, painting on wood. Size: 6.25” x 3” (16 x 8 cm). $400-600

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20. David Tinsley (American, b. 1951) Heartfelt No. 2, acrylic painting on panel, in a wood frame. Size: 16.5” x 16.5”, 42 x 42 cm (frame). $400-600


21. David Tinsley (American, b. 1951) Home Sweet Home, acrylic painting on panel, in a wood frame. Size: 16.5” x 16.5”, 42 x 42 cm (frame). $400-600 22. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905 - 1992) Pastel Sketch, Study for “After the Parade”, 1938, drawing on illustration board. Size: 13.75” x 11”, 35 x 28 cm (board). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $150-250 21 23. Lamont Alfred “Old Ironsides” Pry (American, 1921-1987) Portrait of Lincoln, painting on found plywood. Size: 13.5” x 23.5” (34 x 60 cm). $150-250

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24. Georgiana Orr (American/North Carolina, 20th c.) The Revelation, painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 30”, 61 x 76 cm (stretcher); 26” x 32”, 66 x 81 cm (frame). $200-400 25. Vintage Patriotic Folk Art Plaque, hand painted wood. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey, Gift to the owner from Sterling Strawser. Size: 10” x 14.25”, 25 x 36 cm (board). $50-150

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26. Dmitriy Proshkin (Russian, b. 1973) Still Life with Flowers, oil painting on paper. Size: 35.5” x 23.25”, 90 x 59 cm (sight); 41.5” x 29.5”, 105 x 75 cm (frame). $200-300 27. Bruce Cayard (American, 20th c.) “First Serve”, an original hand painted animation film cel for Sesame Street. Size: 7.5” x 9.5”, 19 x 24 cm (sight); 11.25” x 14.25”, 29 x 36 cm (frame). $50-150

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28. Drawing Attributed to Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909) Study of a Man’s Legs, sepia ink on paper. Inscribed: “To Richard + Kathy on their wedding. Paul + Ellen”. Provenance: ex. collection of Dr. Richard and Kathy (Matteson) Schneiderman. Note: Dr. Schneiderman was a noted dealer and art scholar, his mother owned Harbor Gallery in NY and was a founding member of the IFPDA. Dr. Schneiderman died in 1999 in Virginia. Size: 8” x 3.5”, 20 x 9 cm (sight); 18.25” x 14”, 46 x 36 cm (frame). $300-500 29. Bror Julius Olsson Nordfeldt (Swedish/American, 1878-1955) “The Failure in New York”, original ink drawing on paper. Literature: Published in “Shared Nonsense from the Letters of B.J.O. Nordfeldt” on page 20. Size: 11” x 8.5” (28 x 22 cm). $300-500 30. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Portrait of a Lady, pen and ink illustration on paper. Size: 21.75” x 18”, 55 x 46 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $100-200

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31. Vintage Gone with the Wind Clark Production Still: Gable and Vivien Leigh, B&W silver gelatin photograph. Size: 9.5” x 7.5”, 24 x 19 cm (sight); 14.25” x 11.25”, 36 x 29 cm (frame). $50-150

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32. American Illustrator (Early 20th c.) Painting depicting a Man with Two Women, in the manner of McClelland Barclay (American, 1891-1943), oil painting on canvas. Size: 30” x 24”, 76 x 61 cm (stretcher); 33.5” x 27.5”, 85 x 70 cm (frame). $500-700 33. Mara McAfee (American, 1929-1984) Original Painting, oil on illustration board. Size: 23.5” x 29.5”, 60 x 75 cm (sight); 28.75” x 34.75”, 73 x 88 cm (frame). $300-500

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34. Walter Joseph Phillips (Canadian, 1884-1963) “Morning”, Color Woodblock Print from an edition of 150, inscribed Winnipeg, Manitoba about 1921 on the verso, some foxing to the sheet. Size: 8.25” x 8.5” (21 x 22 cm). $500-1000 35. Walter Joseph Phillips (Canadian, 1884-1963) “Winnipeg, Manitoba”, Color Woodblock Print, circa 1922, some foxing to the sheet. Size: 7” x 8.5” (18 x 22 cm). $500-1000

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36. Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama 1925-2006) Painting on found wood panel, board is splitting, some restoration. Size: 23” x 29.5”, 58 x 75 cm (board). $200-400 37. Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama 1925-2006) Painting on board. Size: 25” x 19.75”, 64 x 50 cm (irregular); 26.5” x 21”, 67 x 53 cm (frame). $300-500

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38. Dorothy Strauser (American, 1908-2005), Hooked Rug, depicting a Carousel Ride, framed. Size: 25.5” x 19”, 65 x 48 cm (sight); 29.5” x 23.25”, 75 x 59 cm (frame). $200 -300 39. Dorothy Strauser (American, 1908-2005), Hooked Rug, depicting a Man Plowing a Field, with the help of a rooster, framed. Size: 15” x 20”, 38 x 51 cm (sight); 19.25” x 24.25”, 49 x 62 cm (frame). $200-300

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40. Kim Weston (American, 20th c.) “Afternoon at Reed’s”, 2006, B+W silver gelatin photograph, framed. Size: 9.5” x 7.75”, 24 x 20 cm (sheet); 20.75” x 16.75”, 53 x 43 cm (frame). $200-400


41. Kim Weston (American, 20th c.) “Wyoming #2”, 2011, B+W silver gelatin photograph, framed. Size: 9.5” x 7.5”, 24 x 19 cm (sheet); 20.75” x 16.75”, 53 x 43 cm (frame). $200-400

42. Kim Weston (American, 20th c.) “Scotland #4”, 2006, B+W silver gelatin photograph, framed. Size: 9.75” x 7.5”, 25 x 19 cm (sheet); 20.75” x 16.75”, 53 x 43 cm (frame). $200-400

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43. Kim Weston (American, 20th c.) “New York Series #2”, 2009, B+W silver gelatin photograph, framed. Size: 7.75” x 9.75”, 20 x 25 cm (sheet); 16.75” x 20.75”, 43 x 53 cm (frame). $200-400

44. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Nude Sketch, oil on masonite, 1976. Size: 14” x 6” (36 x 15 cm). $150-250

45. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Nude Sketch, oil on masonite, 1972. Size: 14” x 5.5” (36 x 14 cm). $150-250

46. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Nude Sketch, oil on masonite. Size: 10” x 3.25” (25 x 8.25 cm). $150-250

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47. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Nude Sketch, 1972, oil on masonite. Size: 10” x 3.25” (25 x 8.25 cm). $150-250

48. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Seascape Painting, 1975, oil painting on board. Size: 23.5” x 47.5”, 60 x 121 cm (sight); 26.5” x 50.5”, 67 x 128 cm (frame). $1000 -2000

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49. Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965) Lone Horse Grazing, oil painting on board. Size: 10” x 13”, 25 x 33 cm (board); 14.5” x 17.75”, 37 x 45 cm (frame). $600-900

50. Jimmy Lee Sudduth (American, 1910-2007) Mother Pig and Piglets, painting on plywood. Size: 16” x 24”, 41 x 61 cm (board). $200-300

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51. 19th C Hobo Painting. Oil on canvas. Weathered wood frame. Fragile canvas with several repairs and a puncture. Size: 36.25” x 22.25” , 92 x 56 cm. (stretcher), 39.75” x 25.75 x 1” , 101 x 65 x 3 cm (frame). Provenance: Ex. George Schelkoph to a private collection in New Jersey. $300-500

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52. Neil Welliver (American, 1929-2005) Canada Geese, lithograph on paper, aside from the edition of 75, signature not found. Size: 8.5” x 8.5”, 22 x 22 cm (sheet); 11.75” x 11.75”, 30 x 30 cm (frame). $100-200 53. American Primitive Artist (Mid West, 20th c.) Ship, mixed media on found paper, dated “9-75”. Size: 13.5” x 8”, 34 x 20 cm (sheet), 20.75” x 14.75”, 53 x 37 cm (frame). $100-200 54. American Folk Artist (20th c.) Valentine’s Day Portrait of a Lady, mixed media on paper. Size: 10.75” x 9.5”, 27 x 24 cm (sheet), 16.25” x 14.75”, 41 x 37 cm (frame). Provenance: acquired at Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago. $100-200

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55. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Untitled painting on archival paper. Size: 26” x 20” (66 x 51 cm). $500-700 56. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) 4 Drawings, Untitled, mixed media, collage of 4 drawings on found paper. Ranging in size from 8” x 10.75”, 20 x 27 cm (sheet) to 14” x 18.5”, 36 x 47 cm (sheet). $200-400

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57. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) 5 Drawings, Untitled, mixed media, collage of 5 drawings on found paper. Ranging in size from 11.75” x 8.5”, 30 x 22 cm (sheet) to 14.25” x 8.25”, 36 x 21 cm (sheet). $200-400 58. Vojislav Jakic (Serbia, 1932-2003) Collection of 9 Pen and Ink Drawings, signed, dated 1987 and 1988. Size: 19.75” x 25”, 50 x 64 cm (sheet); 23” x 27”, 58 x 69 cm (mat). These works by Serbian artist, Vojislav Jakic (1932-2003) are an excellent representation of the artist’s dark, raw drawings, some of which are held in the important Collection de l’art brut in Lausanne, Switzerland. $1000-1500

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59. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Watercolor: #3 Fables (U 26), 1910, watercolor. Size: 8.75” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (irregular sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1500-2500 60. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Two Original Pencil Drawings: Doodle, Charcoal Pencil. Size: 5.75” x 3.5”, 15 x 9 cm (sight); Doodle: Charcoal and pencil. Size: 6” x 4.75”, 15 x 13 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500 -1000


61. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Two Original Pencil Drawings: Leaf Progression, Pencil; Flying Insects, Pencil. Each Size: 8” x 5.25”, 20 x 13 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200 62. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Original Drawing: Floral fantasies, 1916, pencil. Sizes: 5.25” x 6”, 13 x 15 cm and 5.5” x 5.75”, 14 x 15 cm (sight at longest perpendicular edges), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-2000

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63. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Four Original Drawings: Shell Form, Pencil. Size: 8” x 5.25”, 20 x 13 cm (sight); Flower with Pollen, Pencil. Size: 8” x 5.25”, 20 x 13 cm (sight); Leafy Sketch with Three Berries, Pencil. Size: 8” x 5.25”, 20 x 13 cm (sight); Insect Doodles, pencil. Size: 3” x 8”, 8 x 20 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-2000 64. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Three Original Drawings (Notebook pages): In a dream…, 1916. Size: 8” x 6.5”, 20 x 17 cm (sight); The Coming of Spring, preliminary sketch (No. 966), 1917-43, Crayon, Size: 10.75” x 16.5”, 27 x 42 cm (sight); Study of a Farmhouse and Tree, circa 1918, Pencil, Size: 16” x 11.75”, 41 x 30 cm (sight). 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $600-900

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65. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Three Original Pencil Drawings: November Evening, preliminary study, (No. 830) 1931 -34, Crayon, Size: 10” x 12”, 25 x 30 cm (sight); Two Ravines, preliminary study, (No. 974) 1933-43, Pencil, Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (sight); Black Iron, Preliminary study, Conte crayon, (No. 843) 1935, Size: 10.75” x 8.25”, 27 x 21 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $500-1000 66. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Three Works: Nightscape Study, (U 397), Pencil drawing. Size: 10.75” x 16”, 27 x 41 cm (sight); Black Iron, Preliminary crayon study. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (sight); Landscape with Hovering Spirit, Crayon drawing. Size: 11” x 16.75”, 28 x 43 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $1000-2000 67. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Two Works: Snail Forms, Pencil (Double sided), Verso: Flower Doodle, Pencil, Size: 5” x 7.25”, 13 x 18 cm (sight); Tree Knots study, Conte crayon, Size: 12.5” x 17”, 32 x 43 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200 68. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Two Original Pencil Drawings: Cityscape Study, 1942, Crayon and pencil, Size: 16.5” x 10.5”, 42 x 27 cm (sight); Menacing Form, Crayon, Size: 14” x 10”, 36 x 25 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $500-1000

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69. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Two Works: Double Sided Doodle Drawing, pencil; Doodles: WO 2816, Pencil. Each Size: 8” x 5.25”, 20 x 13 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-2000 70. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Sketch with Equations. Size: 6.75” x 10.75”, 17 x 27 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200

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71. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Doodle, Pencil. Size: 4.75” x 5.5”, 12 x 14 cm (sight); Doodles on a National Academy of Design (New York) Envelope. Size: 8.25” x 9.5”, 21 x 24 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-2000

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72. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Two Original Works: Drawing of Dandelion Seeds, preliminary study, (No. 1303) 1961 -65, conte crayon. Size: 9” x 15”, 23 x 38 cm (sight); Dandelion Seed, preliminary study, (U 400), conte crayon. Size: 10.75” x 16”, 27 x 61 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, . $1000-2000 73. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Doodles on a Wyeth Press Envelope, Pencil. Size: 8.25” x 9.5”, 21 x 24 cm (sight); Doodle: Wymer, Pencil. Size: 8” x 5.25”, 20 x 13 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed each). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200

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74. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Plant Doodle, pencil. Size: 8” x 2.5”, 20 x 6 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon,. $500-1000 75. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Doodles: TR4808. Size: 12.25” x 2.25”, 31 x 6 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000

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76. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Double Sided Pencil Drawing: #10. Size: 13.75” x 2.25”, 35 x 6 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000 77. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Drawing: Doodles: Flowers and numbers. Size: 8.25” x 5.5”, 21 x 14 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $500-1000

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78. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Drawing: Rhythm Study (U 401), conte crayon. Size: 14.5” x 12”, 37 x 30 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-700 79. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Double Sided Pencil Drawing: #11 Doodle: Crescent & Dots, Verso: Bostonian Shoes, Pencil. Size: 4.25” x 5”, 11 x 13 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000

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80. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Drawing: Sulphurous Evening, Preliminary Study, Conte crayon, (No. 746), circa 192229. Size: 15” x 11”, 38 x 28 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000


81. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Double Sided 1916 Pencil Drawing: (Front: Landscape, Back: Tree Study). Size: 8.25” x 6.25”, 21 x 16 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200 82. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Study: Landscape with Shadows, 1916. Size: 5.75” x 9.25”, 15 x 23 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000

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83. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Fables, Fox & Hare Study, 1905-10. Size: 8.5” x 11.75”, 22 x 30 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000 84. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original 1913 Pencil Drawing: The Grove, preliminary study. Size: 5.75” x 9”, 15 x 23 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-700

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85. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original 1913 Double Sided Pencil Drawing: (Front: Landscape with figures and birds, Verso: Figure studies. Size: 8” x 6.5”, 20 x 17 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-2000 86. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original 1916 Pencil Drawing: Sunflower Studies. Size: 9” x 5.75”, 23 x 15 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000

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87. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Double Sided Pencil Drawing: Abstract clouds with notes. Size: 7.5” x 4.25”, 19 x 11 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000 88. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: #17 Abstract Flower. Size: 5.5” x 3.5”, 14 x 9 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000 89. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Double Sided Pencil Drawing Sketchbook Page. Size: 6.25” x 4”, 16 x 10 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200 90. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Buttercups (Flower study), Conte crayon, 1942. Size: 10.75” x 14.75”, 27 x 37 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200

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91. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Menacing Form. Size: 11” x 16.75”, 28 x 43 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200

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92. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: North Woods, Preliminary study, (U398), 1956. Size: 11” x 16”, 28 x 41 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200 93. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Drawing: Queen Anne’s Lace, preliminary study, (No. 1158) 1957, charcoal and pencil. Size: 10.75” x 16”, 27 x 41 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200

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94. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Drawing: Organic Doodles: conte crayon and pencil. Size: 10.75” x 17”, 27 x 43 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-1500 95. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Rolling Landscape Study, Crayon. Size: 12.25” x 17”, 31 x 43 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $1000-1500

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96. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Ink Drawing: Doodles. Size: 4.75” x 8”, 12 x 20 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000 97. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing. Size: 5.5” x 7”, 14 x 18 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $500-1000

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98. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Pencil Drawing: Mary Alice, preliminary study, (No. 759) 1930. Size: 13.5” x 9.5”, 34 x 24 cm (sight), 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (framed). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon. $800-1200 99. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Original Large Drawing, Charcoal on Paper. Size: 39” x 47” (99 x 119 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $8000-12000

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101. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Large Drawing on Tracing Paper. Size: 44” x 54.5” (112 x 138 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $5000-10000 102. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Large Drawing: Landscape, charcoal on paper mounted to board. Size: 42” x 56” (107 x 142 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. | $5000-10000

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103. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Charcoal Drawing with Reproduction of a Letter by Charles Burchfield. Size: 40” x 49” (102 x 124 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $1000-2000 104. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) Large Charcoal Pencil Drawing: Pine Hollow Spring. Size: 39” x 54” (99 x 137 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $3000-4000 105. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original 1913 Sketch Book with 4 works. Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $2000-4000 106. Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original Sketchbook, 81 pages. Provenance: The Estate of Alexander Raydon, NY. $20000-30000

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107. Joe Polinski (American, 20th c.) Portrait of The Artist Jack Savitsky, graphite drawing on paper. Size: 16.5” x 14”, 42 x 36 cm (sheet); 24” x 20.75”, 61 x 53 cm (frame). $100-200 108. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Coal Miner, 1977, pencil and ink drawing on paper. Size: 8.5” x 6.25”, 22 x 16 cm (sight); 12” x 9.75”, 30 x 25 cm (frame). $100-200 109. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) No. I Silver Creek Fire Co., pencil drawing on paper. Size: 8.5” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (sight); 14.25” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (frame). $100-200 110. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Bootleger’s Coal Miner’s Silver Creek, PA, colored pencil and graphite on paper. Size: 8.5” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (sight); 14.25” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (frame). $100-200

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111. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Lehigh Coal Co., pencil drawing on paper. Size: 8.5” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (sight); 14.25” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (frame). $100-200

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112. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011) Painting on Kente Cloth, signed. Size: 37.5” x 54” (95 x 137 cm). Literature: See Henry Glassie, “Prince Twins Seven-Seven: His Art, His Life In Nigeria, His Exile In America” (Indiana University Press, 2010). $600-900

113. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011), Two Mixed Media Works on Cloth, signed. Size: 19.5” x 18”, 50 x 46 cm (each). $200-400

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114. Marcial Alegria (Columbian, 20th c.) View of San Sebastian, Cordoba, oil painting on panel. Size: 22.75” x 24.5”, 58 x 62 cm (sight); 27” x 28.75”, 69 x 73 cm (frame). $200 -300

115. Marcial Alegria (Columbian, 20th c.) View of San Sebastian, Cordoba, oil painting on panel. Size: 17.75” x 22.75”, 45 x 58 cm (sight); 22” x 27”, 56 x 69 cm (frame). $200 -300

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116. Floretta Emma Warfel (American, 1919-1993) Handmade Artist’s Quilt. Size: 6’6” x 8’1” (198 x 246 cm). $200-300

117. Floretta Emma Warfel (American, 1919-1993) Handmade Artist’s Quilt. Size: 5’8” x 6’9” (173 x 206 cm). $200-300

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118. Floretta Emma Warfel (American, 1919-1993) Painting on fabric, in a plexibox frame. Size: 22.25” x 41.5”, 57 x 105 cm (frame). $200-300

119. Leonard Knight (American, 1931-2014) Mixed media sculpture by the creator of Salvation Mountain in Niland, California. Size: 4.75” x 6” x 6” (12 x 15 x 15 cm). $100 -200

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120. Anthony Joseph “Tony Joe” Salvatore (1938-1994, Active: Youngstown, Ohio) Bird, pastel on paper. Size: 19.5” x 12.75”, 50 x 32 cm (sheet); 27” x 19.75”, 69 x 50 cm (frame). $150-250


121. Bernice Sims (African-American, b. 1926) Untitled (Country Road with Trucks), oil on canvas. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (stretcher). $200-300

122. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Untitled, acrylic on paper. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (sheet). $200-400 121

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123. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968), “What Your Mother Really Thinks of Homosexuals”, mixed media on paper. Size: 12” x 15.75”, 30 x 40 cm (sheet). $100 -200

124. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) “2nd BASE”, acrylic on foam core. Size: 37.5” x 29.75”, 95 x 76 cm (board). $200-400

125. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) “AVATAR IS PEOPLE”, mixed media on canvas. Size: 36” x 48”, 91 x 122 cm (stretcher). $400-600

126. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) “Pansy Man in the South Seas”, acrylic on board. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board). $300-500

127. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) “MORPH”, mixed media on foam core. Size: 25” x 31”, 64 x 79 cm (board); 30.5” x 36.25”, 77 x 92 cm (frame). $200-400

128. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Untitled Portrait, mixed media on canvas. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (stretcher); 26.25 x 20”, 67 x 51 cm (frame). $200-400

129. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Portrait, mixed media painting on board. Size: 19” x 19.5”, 48 x 50 cm (irregular board), 22.25” x 22.75”, 57 x 58 cm (frame). $200-400

130. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.). Luchador. Signed on verso. Size: 10” x 7.75” (25 x 20 cm). $150-250

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131. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE A NATURAL WOMAN”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 132. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “TWENTY SIX DOLLARS IN MY HAND UP TO LEXINGTON 125”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 131

132 133. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “MY DOG KNOWS BUT SHE DOESN’T TELL” Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 134. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “ALL I KNOW I LEARNED AT NUNNERY”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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135. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “THEY BOTH SEEMED TO BE ON A SIMILAR PAGE...AT LEAST HE WAS...” Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 136. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I WOULD LIKE TO DEDICATE MY NEXT SONG TO THE ONE AND ONLY GEORGIA O’KEEFE”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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136 137. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “SOME LOWLIFE SHAVED HALF OF MY FACE WHILE I WAS SLEEPING AFTER A ROUGH NIGHT” Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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138. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “MY AMERICAN BURLESQUE SHOW IS AN OFFSHOOT OF THE MORE TRADITIONAL VICTORIAN BURLESQUE REPRESENTATIONS”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 139. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I LOVE HOW WEIRD AND PATRIOTIC YOU ARE”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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140. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “THE SINGLE BIGGEST EXISTENTIAL THREAT OUT THERE IS CYBERSEX”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250


141. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “Fig. XII”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 142. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “CINCO DE MAYO IN MARS”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 143. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “HAVING SIX EYES MAKES MARLON A MUCH BETTER SHRINER”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 144. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “MAJORETTES ARE OFTEN CONFUSED WITH CHEERLEADERS WHEN, IN FACT, ARE VERY DIFFERENT”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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145. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) UNTITLED. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 146. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I AM GIVING THE FINISHING TOUCHES TO A FIBERGLASS FIGURE OF THE GREAT STEVE ZISSOU”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 147. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “THIS MYTHICAL CREATURE IS MORE AFFECTIONATE THAN I ANTICIPATED”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 148. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) CONTORTIONIST WITH SOUP. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 149. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “DON’T GET ANY IDEAS...I AM JUST KISSING YOU BECAUSE YOU LOOK LIKE ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 150. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “WE HEARD THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE THAT THERE IS AN ELECTRONIC BAND IN GERMANY CALLED KRAFTWERK THAT LOOKS VERY MUCH LIKE US”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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151. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Painting on board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

152. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “HALLOWEEN NIGHT”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 151

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153. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I WISH MISS ROSE WAS MY MOTHER”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

154. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “JUNIOR IS PLAYING MARCEL PROUST’S ‘REMEMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST’ GAME”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250 153

154 155. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “A CUTE POMERANIAN MAKES A GOOD PHOTO EVEN BETTER”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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156. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “IT IS OK, PROFESSOR ZIMMERMAN...THE BABY NEVER LIKED NEUROLOGISTS AND PROBABLY NEVER WILL”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

157. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) SEATED WOMAN. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

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158. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “SILVER THOUGHT...”. Painted board. Signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $150-250

159. Lamont Alfred “Old Ironsides” Pry (American, 1921-1987) Portrait of Jesus, oil on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher), 25.75” x 21.75”, 65 x 55 cm (frame). $100 -200

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160. Anderson Johnson (American, 1915-1998) Portrait of a Man, oil on canvasboard. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board); 18” x 22”, 46 x 56 cm (frame). $150-250


161. Two Paintings signed Carl: 1) “Halloween Songs”, signed Carl, oil on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher); 25.25” x 19.25”, 64 x 49 cm (frame); 2) “Valentine Songs”, signed Carl, oil on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher); 25.5” x 21.5”, 64 x 55 cm (frame). $100-200 162. Unknown Artist (American, 20th c.) “The Greeting of Her”, 1990, Mixed media drawing. Size: 16” x 11.5”, 41 x 29 cm (sheet). $50-150

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163. Leroy Mitchell (American, 20th c.) Two Works: 1) “Adam and Eve”, mixed media on paper. Size: 14.75” x 19.5”, 37 x 50 cm (sheet); 22.5” x 27”, 57 x 69 cm (frame); Portrait of a Woman, mixed media on paper. Size: 12.25” x 9.25”, 31 x 23 cm (sight); 20” x 16.5”, 51 x 42 cm (frame). $100-200 163 164. Leroy Mitchell (American, 20th c.) Policeman, mixed media on paper. Size: 13.75” x 11”, 35 x 28 cm (sheet); 22.5” x 19.25”, 57 x 49 cm (frame). $50-150

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165. 3 Fine Miniature Quilts by Kate Adams (American, 20th c.): Chimney’s and Cornerstones, 1995; Baby Bear’s Paw, 1995; Ohio Star Variation, 1996. Largest: 16.5” x 16.75”, 42 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300 165

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166. 3 Fine Miniature Quilts by Kate Adams (American, 20th c.): Tree of Life, 1999; Gameboard, 2000; Geese Round the Pond, 2001. Largest: 16.75” x 16.75”, 43 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300 167. 3 Fine Miniature Quilts by Kate Adams (American, 20th c.): Tree Patch with Stars, 1999; Star of Bethlehem, 1995; Bear’s Paw, 1992; Largest: 16.5” x 16.5”, 42 x 42 cm (frame). $200-300

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168. Folk Art Textile (20th c.). Size: 17” x 16.5” (43 x 42 cm). $50-100

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169. Folk Art Godzilla Whirlygig. Monogrammed. Carved wood and metal. Mid 20th c Size: 16.5” x 28” x 12.5” , 42 x 72 x 32 cm. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey. $300-500 170. Two Face Jugs by Jerry Brown (American, 20th c.), each dated 1997, glazed ceramic. Size: 5.5”H (14 cm). $100-200

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171. Primitive Folk Art Airplane Sculpture, artist unknown (American, 20th c.), carved and painted wood and metal construction. Size: 28”L x 21”W (71 x 53 cm). $50-150

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172. Whirlygig-Couple Tapping, American, early 20th c, wood, paint, metal. Size: 33” x 26” x 17.5” , 84 x 66 x 45 cm. Provenance: Ex. Hall collection to a private collection in New Jersey. $300-500

173. A Charming Old Carved Walnut Wood Folk Art Smoking Tobacciana Box depicting a smoking dog on the lid. Size: 4” x 8” x 5” (10 x 20 x 13 cm). $100-200

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174. Tramp Art Chip Carved Box. Fabric lined, hinged top. Applied geometric stacks of carved wood. Size: 8.5” x 11.5” x 11” , 22 x 30 x 28 cm. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey. $200-300

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175. Portuguese Cork Diorama Wedding Frame. Cork and wood veneer. Size: 16” x 14.5” 41 x 37 x 105 cm sight, , 19.75” x 18.25” , 51 x 47 cm frame. Provenance: ex. Herbert Waide Hemphill, Jr. to a private collection in New Jersey. $100-200

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176. Miller and Bryant (American/Kentucky, 20th c.) carved and painted wooden folk art cane, depicting a snake wrapped around a water pipe, signed and dated 1993. Size: 35”L (89 cm). $50-150

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178. Anonymous (American, 20th c.) Group of 3 Folk Artworks constructed of found aluminum cans, including a purse made of woven Pepsi cans and two beer can vases. Various sizes. $50-100

179. Gloria Lopez Cordova (American/New Mexico, 20th c.) “St. Michael”, carved wood sculpture, signed. Size: 15.75”H (40 cm). $300-500

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180. Carved Wood Figure (New Mexico, 20th c.). Size: 9.5”H (24 cm). $50-150


181. Folk Art Totem Walking Stick 1970’s. Relief carved wood with applied “Seeing Eye” Size: 42” x 5.5” x 4” , 107 x 14 x 11 cm. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey. $100-200

182. Rynkowski. 5 Folk Art Sculptures. 2 vessels, 1 bust, 2 bulbs. Size largest 13” x 5.5” , 33 x 14 cm diameter. Provenance: a private collection in New Jersey. $100-200

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183. Old Carved and Painted Valet, wood. Size: 32.5” x 8” x 10” , 83 x 21 x 26 cm. $100-150

184. Antoni Tapies (Spanish, 1923-2012) Roig Robi Restaurant Menu designed by the artist for the Barcelona restaurant, with hand written inscription, dated 1992. Size: 14.5” x 22”, 37 x 56 cm (sheet); 17.25” x 24.75”, 44 x 63 cm (frame). $300-500

185. Remo Saraceni (American, 20th c.) Kinetic Clock Radio Sculpture. Saraceni is a Philadelphia based Italian-born artist who created Big piano (The Walking Piano). Ex. Joseph D. and Janet M. Shein Collection; Private Collection. Size: 40” x 13” x 13” (102 x 33 x 33 cm). $800-1200

186. Tago (American/Texas, 20th c.) Bandito, wood carving, signed. Size: 13”H (33 cm). $50-150

187. Tago (American/Texas, 20th c.) Wood Carving. Size: 22”H (56 cm). $50-150

188. Carved and Painted Wood Jack Rabbit Sculpture by La Familia Aragon (Mexican, 20th c.). Size: 7.5” x 10” x 7” (19 x 25 x 18 cm). $50-150

189. Edith Fahr (20th c.) Hen, carved and painted wood Sculpture. Size: 8.5” (22 cm). $50-150

190. Alex Sandoval (American, 20th c.) Horseback Rider, carved and painted wood, with found metal and leather. Size: 12.5”H (32 cm). $50-100

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191. Matt Lamb (American, 1932-2012) “Spirit of Mother and Child”, crystal sculpture produced by Sasaki. Size: 5.75” x 6.25” (15 x 16 cm). $50-150 192. Julian Edwin Levi (American, 1900-1982) “Road to Provincetown”, lithograph. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (sheet); 14” x 18”, 36 x 46 cm (mat). $50-150 191

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193. Donald Frederick Witherstine (American, 18961961) “The Old Wharf”, block print from an edition of 100. Size: 12” x 9.5”, 30 x 24 cm (image); 15” x 13”, 38 x 33 cm (sheet). $100-200 194. Donald Frederick Witherstine (American, 1896-1961) “A Glimpse of Wellfleet”, engraving from an edition of 75. Size: 8” x 9.25”, 20 x 23 cm (plate); 10” x 12.75”, 25 x 32 cm (sheet). $100-200

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194 195. Peter Takal (Romanian/American, 1905-1995) Meditation (Portrait of a Lady), limited edition etching. Publisher: Associated American Artists, New York. Size: 15.5” x 9.75”, 39 x 25 cm (sight); 21.5” x 15”, 55 x 38 cm (frame). $50-150

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196. Joseph Solman (Russian/American 1909-2008) Portrait of a Man, pencil drawing on paper. Size: 9 x 5.75”, 23 x 15 cm (sight), 16.25” x 9.75”, 41 x 25 cm (frame). $100 -200 197. Ella Sophonisba Hergesheimer (American, 1873-1943) “Eucalyptus”, lithograph, edition 52 (38th print). Size: 14” x 11”, 35 x 28 cm (image); 17” x 13.5”, 43 x 34 cm (sheet). $100-200

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198. James A. M. Whistler (American 1834-1903) Soup a Trois Sous, 1859, signed in plate, in a gilt wood frame. Size: 6” x 9”, 15 x 23 cm (plate), 6.75” x 9.75”, 17 x 25 cm (sight), 15.5” x 18.75”, 39 x 48 cm (frame). $400-600 199. James A. M. Whistler (American 1834-1903) La Vieille aux Loques, 1858, etching, signed in plate. Size: 8” x 5.75”, 20 x 15 cm (plate), 9” x 6.5”, 23 x 17 cm (sight), 18.25” x 14”, 46 x 36 cm (frame). $200-400

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200. Samuel Marcus Adler (American, 1898-1979) Seaside Town, ink on paper, framed. Size: 5.25” x 9”, 13 x 23 cm (sight), 10.75” x 17.25”, 27 x 44 cm (frame). $100 -200


201. Julius Bloch, (American, 1888-1966) Six Original Portrait Drawings on paper (Character Studies), early 20th c. Size: 14” x 22”, 36 x 56 cm (mat) and 16.25” x 20.25”, 41 x 51 cm (frame). $150-250 202. Julius Bloch, (American, 1888-1966): Group of Six Works: 1) “Fighter’s Head”, lithograph, framed; 2) Profile of a Man, conte crayon drawing on paper; 3) Group of three portraits, each conte crayon on paper. Ranging in size from 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (mat) to 21.25” x 17.25”, 54 x 44 cm (frame). $200-300

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203. Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Three Works on Paper, each matted: 1) Nude Figure Study, pencil on paper; 2) Figures, marker on paper; 3) Looking at Kodachrome Slides (Portrait of Gloria and Emlen), watercolor and ink on paper. Ranging in size 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (mat) to 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (mat). $200-300 204. Various Artists (19th c.) Group of 4 Engravings: 1) The Seine, imp. Delatre Paris; 2) William Scott “Venice July 1881”; 3) Charles Adams Platt (American, 1861-1933) Rue du Mont Cenis, Monmartre, 1884; 4) Landscape signed in plate RJC, 1882. Largest: 9.25” x 13”, 23 x 33 cm (sheet). $100-200 205. Dali Surrealist Engraving, signed in plate. Size: 15” x 11”, 38 x 28 cm (sheet); 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (mat). $100-200 206. Mark Tobey (American, 1890-1976) Lithograph, 1970, from an edition of 50. Size: 14” x 16”, 36 x 41 cm (sight); 29.5” x 30”, 75 x 76 cm (frame). $400-600 207. Dieter Roth (German 1930-1998) “Brush Actions”, 1977, diptych, color lithographs, from an edition of 100, each sheet is initialed and numbered. Size: 11.5” x 16.5”, 29 x 42 cm (each sheet); 28” x 22”, 71 x 56 cm (mat). $200-400 208. Carol Summers (American, b. 1925) “Shrines”, 1981, color woodcut, from an edition of 150. Size: 21” x 29”, 53 x 74 cm (sheet); 30.5” x 38”, 77 x 97 cm (frame). $300 -500 209. Garo Zareh Antreasian (American, b. 1922) “Crossover I”, 1989, print from an edition of 25. Size: 34.5” x 38”, 88 x 97 cm (sheet); 38.5” x 42.5”, 98 x 108 cm (frame). $200-300 210. Garo Zareh Antreasian (American, b. 1922) “Crossover II”, 1989, print from an edition of 25. Size: 34.5” x 38”, 88 x 97 cm (sheet); 38.5” x 42.5”, 98 x 108 cm (frame). $200-300

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211. Jack Youngerman (American, b. 1926) Abstract Color Screenprint and intaglio, 1982, signed and numbered, edition 75. Size: 37” x 36”, 94 x 91 cm (sheet). $200-300

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212. Allan D’Arcangelo (American, 1930-1998), “Beginnings”, 1975, signed and numbered print from an edition of 200. Size: 30.25” x 22.5”, 77 x 57 cm (sheet). $400 -600

213. Kassem Amoudi (American, 20th c.) Abstract oil painting on canvas. Size: 50” x 40”, 127 x 102 cm (stretcher); 52.5” x 42.25”, 133 x 107 cm (frame). $200-400

214. Kassem Amoudi (American, 20th c.) Abstract Painting on canvas. Size: 50” x 40”, 127 x 102 cm (stretcher); 52.5” x 42.25”, 133 x 107 cm (frame). $200-400 213

214 215. American Printmaker Lot: 1) George Nama (American, b. 1939) Monument #1, 1972, block print from an edition of 50. Size: 13” x 10”, 33 x 25 cm (sheet); 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (mat); 2) Bruce Glasser (American, 20th c.) The Sitting, handcolored print from an edition of 50. Size: 4.75” x 6.5”, 12 x 17 cm (sight); 8.25” x 10.25”, 21 x 26 cm (frame). $50-150

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216. Eyvind Earle (American, 1916-2000) Midnight Snow, serigraph from an edition of 250. Size: 29.5” x 23.5”, 75 x 60 cm (sight); 36.75” x 30.75”, 93 x 78 cm (frame). $150 -250

217. Eyvind Earle (American, 1916-2000) serigraph, from an edition of 275. Size: 29.5” x 23.5”, 75 x 60 cm (sight); 36.75” x 30.75”, 93 x 78 cm (frame). $150-250

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218. Alfred Ortega (American, 20th c.) Dancing Couples, oil on canvas. Size: 48” x 46” (122 x 117 cm). $500-1000

219. Alfred Ortega (American, 20th c.) Dancing Couple with Snake. Monotype. Framed. Size: 26” x 20” (66 x 50 cm), Frame 35.5” x 29.5” (90 x 75 cm). $150-250

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220. Charles S. Chapman (American, 1879-1962) Watercolor and Ink Illustration. Size: 10.75” x 10”, 27 x 25 cm (sight); 19” x 17.75”, 48 x 45 cm (frame). $200-400


221. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 19051992) Three 1930’s Works on Paper, watercolor and ink on paper. Ranging in size from 5.25” x 9.5”, 13 x 24 cm (sheet) and 9.75” x 6.75”, 25 x 17 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $100-200 222. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Two Watercolor Paintings: A Still Life, 3.5” x 9.75”, 9 x 25 cm (sheet); and Holiday Interior, 10.25” x 14.25”, 26 x 36 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $100-200

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223. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Two Original Pen and Ink Illustrations depicting Musicians playing drums and cello. Size: 21.75” x 18”, 55 x 46 cm (sheet) and 18” x 21.75”, 46 x 55 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $100-200 224. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Three 1950’s Pen and Ink Illustrations. Ranging in size 8.75” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (sheet) to 11.75” x 15.75”, 30 x 40 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $150-250

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225. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Two 1950s Original Pen and Ink Illustrations. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (each sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $100-200 226. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 19051992) Group of Five Original Pen and Ink Illustrations, 1930s-1950s. Ranging in size 8” x 9.5”, 20 x 24 cm (sheet) to 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $150-250

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227. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Four Original Watercolor Paintings. Ranging in size 12” x 7”, 30 x 18 cm (sheet) to 22.75” x 30”, 57 x 76 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-300 228. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Five Large Watercolor Paintings, depicting Seashore, Ocean and Beach Scenes. Ranging in size 22” x 27.25”, 56 x 69 cm (sheet) to 22.25” x 31.75”, 57 x 81 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-300 229. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Five Large Waterfront Paintings, each watercolor on paper. Ranging in size 22” x 27.25”, 56 x 69 cm (sheet) to 22.75” x 31”, 57 x 79 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-300 230. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 19051992) Five Original Watercolor Paintings, one with tear. Ranging in size 18” x 23.75”, 46 x 60 cm (sheet) to 22.75” x 30”, 57 x 76 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-400

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231. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Ten Original Watercolor Paintings. Ranging in size 9” x 11.5”, 23 x 29 cm (sheet) to 18” x 21.75”, 46 x 55 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-400

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232. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Three Portraits: 1) Watercolor, dated 1938; 2+3) ink on paper, each dated 1952. Ranging in size from 7” x 10.75”, 18 x 27 cm (sheet) to 15” x 10.5”, 38 x 27 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $50-150 233. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) 18 Original Ink Paintings on Paper. Ranging in size 8.75” x 11.75”, 22 x 30 cm (sheet); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-300

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234. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) Nine Original Ink Paintings on Paper. Size: Ranging in size 8” x 10”, 20 x 25 cm (sheet) to 15.5” x 12”, 39 x 30 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-300 235. Albert B. Serwazi (American/Pennsylvania, 1905-1992) 16 Original Ink Paintings on Paper. Ranging in size 8.75” x 10.75”, 22 x 27 cm (sheet) to 11.75” x 15.75”, 30 x 40 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit a Pennsylvania non-profit community art school. $200-300 236. Antique Hand-colored engraving of Musicians playing Violin. Size: 11.5” x 8.75”, 29 x 22 cm (sight), 17.5” x 13.5”, 44 x 34 cm (frame). $50-100 237. Pair of Asian Reverse Glass Paintings, each depicting a Group of Three Geishas. Size: 23” x 17”, 58 x 43 cm (each frame). $100-200

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238. Chinese Ancestor Painting, ink on paper. Size: 42” x 26.25”, 197 x 67 cm (sight); 48.5” x 32.75”, 123 x 83 cm (frame). $200-400 239. Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print, framed. Size: 14.5” x 10”, 37 x 25 cm (sight), 22.25” x 15.5”, 57 x 39 cm (frame). $100-200

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240. Japanese Woodblock Print possibly by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, framed. Size: 14.25” x 9.25”, 36 x 23 cm (sight), 22.25” x 15.5”, 57 x 39 cm (frame). $100-200


241. Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print, framed. Size: 13.25” x 9”, 34 x 23 cm (sight), 22.25” x 15.5”, 57 x 39 cm (frame). $100-200

242. Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print, framed. Size: 11.75” x 5”, 30 x 13 cm (sight), 21” x 13.5”, 53 x 34 cm (frame). $100-200 241

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243. Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print, framed. Size: 8.5” x 13.25”, 22 x 34 cm (sight), 15.5” x 22.25”, 39 x 57 cm (frame). $100-200

244. Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print, framed. Size: 14.5” x 9.5”, 37 x 24 cm (sight), 22.25” x 15.5”, 57 x 39 cm (frame). $100-200

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245. Japanese Woodblock Print, framed, slipped in mat. Size: 14.5” x 9”, 37 x 23 cm (sight), 23” x 16”, 58 x 41 cm (frame). $100-200

246. Toyokuni Japanese Woodblock Print depicting a tattooed Samuri in traditional dress, sheet has been folded, glue residue on verso. Size: 14.25” x 9.5”, 36 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200

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247. Ando Hiroshige, Japanese Woodblock print, Mt. Fuji, toning to the sheet. Size: 14” x 9.25”, 36 x 23 cm (sheet). $100-200

248. Toyokuni Utagawa II, Japanese Woodblock Print of a Samuri in traditional dress. Size: 14.25” x 9.5”, 36 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200

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249. Katsushika Hokusai Japanese Woodblock Print, The Puppeteer. Size: 8.25” x 7.25”, 21 x 18 cm (sheet). $100-200

250. Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print, The Yodo River from Famous Views of Kyoto, sheet has been adhered to backing, with old repairs. Size: 9” x 14”, 23 x 36 cm (sheet). $100-200

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251. Utagawa Toyohiro Japanese Woodblock Print, toning to the sheet, discoloration. Size: 7” x 4.5”, 18 x 11 cm (sheet). $100-200 252. Japanese Woodblock Print possibly Hiroshige depicting a bridge, toning to the sheet, trimmed. Size: 9.25” x 14”, 23 x 36 cm (sheet). $100-200

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253. Japanese Woodblock Print possibly by Fusatane Utagawa, toning to the sheet, old tape. Size: 10” x 14.25”, 25 x 36 cm (sheet). $100-200

254. Ando Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print from 100 Views of Edo, sheet has been folded and trimmed, scattered staining and wear. Size: 13.5” x 8.75”, 34 x 22 cm (sheet). $100-200

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255. Utagawa Kunisada Japanese Woodblock Print Woman in a Boat with a Torch, old repairs. Size: 14.5” x 9.75”, 37 x 25 cm (sheet). $100-200

256. Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print, scattered staining, attached to a backing sheet. Size: 14.25” x 9.75”, 36 x 25 cm (sheet). $100-200

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257. Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print, The Oi River between Suruga and Totomi Provinces, no. 26 from the series Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji, adhered to a backing sheet, old tape. Size: 14.5” x 9.5”, 37 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200

258. Kunisada Japanese Woodblock Print, sheet has been folded, scattered discoloration. Size: 14.75” x 10”, 37 x 25 cm (sheet). $100-200 257

258 259. Utagawa Hiroshige Japanese Woodblock Print, Edo-bashi Bridge from Nihonbashi. Size: 13” x 8.5”, 33 x 22 cm (sheet). $100-200

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260. Utagawa Hiroshige II Japanese Woodblock Print from 36 Views of the Eastern Capital: The Shoreline at Takanawa, with scattered staining. Size: 13.5” x 9.5”, 34 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200


261. Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print, Portrait of the Kabuki Actor, scattered discoloration. Size: 14.75” x 9.75”, 37 x 25 cm (sheet). $100-200 262. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Rigori Va-toujours-et-tu-n’arriveraspas, engraving from an edition of 335. Size: 8.75” x 11.25”, 22 x 29 cm (plate); 11” x 15”, 28 x 38 cm (sheet). $400-600 263. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Collision on the Road (Collusion en chemin), plate XXVII from Les Ames mortes (supplementary suite) , etching and drypoint, from an edition of 335, circa 1923-48, signed in pencil. Size: 8.75” x 11.25”, 22 x 29 cm (plate); 11” x 15”, 28 x 38 cm (sheet). $400-600 264. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) “Quai de Bercy”, 1954 (Cramer 24), lithograph from Derriere le Mirior, signed. Size: 15” x 21.75”, 38 x 55 cm (sheet); 20” x 26”, 51 x 66 cm (mat). $200-400

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265. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Moses And His People, 1973, lithograph (Mourlot 689), aside from the edition of 50. Size: 12.75” x 9.75”, 32 x 25 cm (sheet); 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (mat). $500-700 266. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) “Reverie” (Mourlot 605), 1969, lithograph, signed, aside from the edition of 75. Size: 14.75” x 19.75” (sight); 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (mat). $500-700 267. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) “Behind the Looking Glass”, (Mourlot 412), 1964, lithograph, signed, aside from the edition of 75. Size: 15” x 22”, 38 x 56 cm (sheet); 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (mat). $500-700 268. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Portrait of a Woman, lithograph, signed. Size: 15” x 22”, 38 x 56 cm (sheet); 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (mat). $200-400 269. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) “Bouquet For Fernand”, 1971, lithograph (Mourlot 635). Size: 13” x 10”, 33 x 25 cm (sheet); 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (mat). $300-500 270. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Bouquet and Bird Exhibition Poster, circa 1960. (Mourlot 298). Size: 15” x 11.25”, 38 x 29 cm (sheet); 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (mat). $200-400

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271. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Behind the Looking Glass, 1964, Mourlot 412, aside from the edition of 75. Size: 15” x 22”, 38 x 56 cm (sheet); 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (mat). $400-600

272. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Pace/Columbus Gallery Exhibition Poster, 1977. Size: 25” x 33.5”, 64 x 85 cm (sheet). $400-600 271

272 273. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Pace/Columbus Gallery Exhibition Poster, 1976. Size: 32.25” x 24.5”, 82 x 62 cm (sheet). $400-600

274. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Exhibition Poster, Signed. Mourlot, 1967, Berggruen. Size: 34.25” x 22.25”, 87 x 57 cm (sheet). $400-600 273

274 275. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Les Vitraux De Metz, Signed Musee des Beaux-Arts de Rouen Exhibition poster, 1964. Publisher: Mourlot. Size: 29.75” x 18.75”, 76 x 48 cm (sheet). $400-600

276. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Galerie Maeght, Paris, Signed Exhibition poster. Size: 30.5” x 20”, 77 x 51 cm (sheet). $400-600 275

276 277. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Exhibition Poster: Septieme Biennale De Peninture, Menton. Size: 30.25” x 20”, 77 x 51 cm (sheet). $400-600

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278. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Hand Signed 1971 Exhibition Poster: Tribute to Luis Aragon, Floral Offering, Mourlot. Size: 26.75” x 19.25”, 68 x 49 cm (sheet). $400-600

279. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Musee National Message Biblique, Hand Signed Exhibition Poster. Size: 30.5” x 20”, 77 x 51 cm (sheet). $400-600

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280. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Exhibition Poster: Peintures Recentes (1967-1977). Size: 30.5” x 19.75”, 77 x 50 cm (sheet). $400-600


281. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Grand Palais Exhibition Poster. Size: 28” x 20”, 71 x 51 cm (sheet). $400-600

282. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Vintage Hand Signed Exhibition Poster: Muse’e D’Art Moderne - Ceret. Size: 28.75” x 20”, 73 x 51 cm (sheet). $400-600 281

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283. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Signed Exhibition Poster: Galerie Maeght (1969-1970). Size: 30.75” x 22.5”, 78 x 57 cm (sheet). $400-600

284. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Lithographe III, hand signed lithograph. Size: 13.75” x 20.5”, 35 x 52 cm (sheet). $400-600

285. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Vintage Exhibition Poster: Musee National Message Biblique (1974). Size: 30” x 20.5”, 76 x 52 cm (sheet). $200-300

286. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Le Ciel Bleu, Galerie Maeght signed exhibition poster. Mourlot. Size: 27.75” x 21.5”, 70 x 55 cm (sheet). $400-600

287. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Vintage Louvre Exhibition Poster (1967-1977), Publisher: Centre Georges Pompidou / Imp. Mourlot. Size: 30.25” x 19.75”, 77 x 50 cm (sheet). $200-300

288. Romain (Erte) De Tirtoff (1892-1990) “The Black Rose”, 1975, serigraph, from an edition of 260. Size: 22.5” x 17”, 57 x 43 cm (sight); 30.75” x 24.75”, 78 x 63 cm (frame). $200-400

289. Romain (Erte) De Tirtoff (1892-1990) “Eyes of Love”, Serigraph, ed. CXXXVI/CL. Size: 25.25” x 40.25”, 64 x 102 cm (sheet); 35.75” x 50.75”, 91 x 128 cm (frame). $300 -500

290. Romain (Erte) De Tirtoff (1892-1990) “Love’s Captive”, serigraph, ed. CXX/CXXV. Size: 30.75” x 24.25”, 78 x 62 cm (sight); 41” x 34”, 104 x 86 cm (frame). $200-300

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291. Romain (Erte) De Tirtoff (1892-1990) ‘’The Nile’’, silk scarf, framed. Size: 35.75” x 34.5”, 78 x 88 cm (sight); 43.5” x 42”, 110 x 107 cm (frame). $200-300

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292. Simon Tjakamarra (Australian Aborigine,1946-1990) “Tingari Ceremonies”, Acrylic on canvas, unsigned. Size: 54.75” x 54.75”, 139 x 139 cm (stretcher); 56.75” x 56.75”, 144 x 144 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $800-1200 293. Judi Werthein (Argentine, b. 1967) Abstract Composition, 1997, mixed media on canvas. Size: 76” x 64”, 193 x 163 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $1000-2000 294. Terence La Noue (American, b. 1941), “Arapaho 1”, 1982, mixed media on canvas. Size: 49” x 40” (124 x 102 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $1500-2500

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295. Denise G. Green (Australian/American, b. 1946) “Evergreen,” 1986, oil on canvas. Size: 72” x 80”, 183 x 203 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $1000-2000 296. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,19202012), Abstract Painting, 1990’s, mixed media on canvas. Size: 48” x 36”, 122 x 91 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300 -500

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297. Modernist Painting (American, 20th c.), attributed to Martin Canin, oil on canvas. Size: 36” x 48”, 91 x 122 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 298. Dessida Snyder (American, b. 1972) Abstract mixed media on paper laid on board. Exhibited at the Bronx Court House NYC. Size: 51” x 94.5”, 130 x 240 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $1000-2000 299. Dessida Snyder (American, b. 1972) Abstract mixed media on paper laid on board. Exhibited at the Bronx Court House NYC. Size: 72” x 51.75”, 183 x 131 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000

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300. Ricardo Mazal (Mexican, 1950) Abstract Monoprint, 2000. Size: 31” x 30”, 79 x 76 cm (sheet); 36.25” x 35.5”, 92 x 90 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400


301. Ricardo Mazal (Mexican, 1950) Abstract Monoprint, 2000. Size: 31” x 30”, 79 x 76 cm (sheet); 36.25” x 35.5”, 92 x 90 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400 302. Ricardo Mazal (Mexican, 1950) Abstract Monoprint, 2000. Size: 31” x 30”, 79 x 76 cm (sheet); 36.25” x 35.5”, 92 x 90 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400

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303. Ricardo Mazal (Mexican, 1950) Abstract Monoprint, 2000. Size: 31” x 30”, 79 x 76 cm (sheet); 36.25” x 35.5”, 92 x 90 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400 304. Cheryl Davison (20th c.) Mixed media painting on paper, 2008. Size: 29” x 22”, 74 x 56 cm (sight); 40” x 30”, 102 x 76 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400 305. Cheryl Davison (20th c.) Mixed media painting on paper, 2008. Size: 29” x 22”, 74 x 56 cm (sight); 40” x 30”, 102 x 76 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400 306. Cheryl Davison (20th c.) Mixed media painting on paper, 2008. Size: 29” x 22”, 74 x 56 cm (sight); 40” x 30”, 102 x 76 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400 307. Cheryl Davison (20th c.) Mixed media painting on paper, 2008. Size: 29” x 22”, 74 x 56 cm (sight); 40” x 30”, 102 x 76 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400 308. Manuel Robbe (French, 1872-1936) Les Foins (The Haystacks), color aquatint, inscribed “no 39” in lower margin, signature not found. Size: 11.5” x 17.5”, 29 x 44 cm (sight); 21.5” x 27”, 55 x 69 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $400-600 309. Steve Slomko (American, 20th c.) Lady in Red, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher); 28” x 24”, 71 x 61 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 310. Hal P. Moore (American, 20th c.), Watercolor painting on paper. Size: 21” x 22.75”, 53 x 58 cm (sight); 33.25” x 34”, 84 x 86 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $150-250

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311. Judy Cotton (20th c.) “Centralia Boondi”, oil and enamel mixed media painting on canvas, 1984. Size: 38” x 70”, 97 x 178 cm (stretcher); 39.5” x 71.5”, 100 x 182 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-700

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312. Abstract Modernist Painting, signed FEH, dated 1948, gouache on paper. Size: 17.5” x 13.5”, 44 x 34 cm (sight); 26.5” x 22.5”, 67 x 57 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 313. William Barron (American, 20th c.) “Weather Front,” 1987, realist oil painting on canvas. Size: 48” x 69”, 122 x 175 cm (stretcher); 51.25” x 71.25”, 130 x 181 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000

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314. Al Stine (American, 20th c.) “Gills Rock Landing, Wisconsin”, watercolor painting on paper, framed. Size: 21.5” x 27.5”, 55 x 70 cm (sight); 27.5” x 33.75”, 70 x 86 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $150-250 315. Joan Liebowitz (American, 20th c.), oil on board, unsigned. Size: 23.5” x 27.5”, 60 x 70 cm (sight); 25” x 29”, 64 x 74 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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316. European School (20th c.) Landscape, dated 1943, signed illegibly, oil on canvas. Size: 17” x 20”, 43 x 51 cm (stretcher); 21.25” x 24.5”, 54 x 62 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $150 -250 317. Roza Burns (American, 20th c.) Waterfall, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (stretcher); 29.75” x 23.75”, 76 x 60 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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318. M.M. Kaighn (American/Philadelphia, 20th c.) Still Life, 1940, oil on canvas. Size: 16” x 22”, 41 x 56 cm (stretcher); 20.5” x 26”, 52 x 66 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 319. Vintage Still Life Drawing (20th c.), charcoal on paper, unknown artist. Size: 22” x 16.5”, 56 x 42 cm (sight); 32” x 28”, 81 x 71 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-150

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320. A Steichele (20th c.) Still Life with Flowers, oil on canvas. Size: 30” x 25”, 76 x 64 cm (stretcher); 33.5” x 27.5”, 85 x 70 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-150


321. Mid Century (American, 20th c.) Still Life with Flowers, signed Elsa Wells, oil on canvas board. Size: 16” x 12”, 41 x 30 cm (board); 21.75” x 17.75”, 55 x 45 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 322. Nancy Johnson (20th c.) Dog, 2004, watercolor painting on paper. Size: 19.5” x 15.5”, 50 x 39 cm (sight); 22.75” x 18.75”, 58 x 48 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 323. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Central Park, 1992, oil on wood. Size: 23.5” x 28.25”, 60 x 72 cm (board); 31 x 35.75”, 79 x 91 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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324. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) “Central Park (NYC)”, oil painting on wood panel, 1994. Size: 23.75” x 32”, 60 x 81 cm (board); 25.25” x 33”, 64 x 84 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 325. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Landscape (Balcony View), 2000, oil on wood panel.Size: 24” x 32”, 60 x 81 cm (board); 26.5” x 34.5”, 67 x 88 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 326. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Still Life with Flowers, oil on board. Size: 32” x 24”, 81 x 61 cm (board); 36.5” x 28.5”, 93 x 72 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $400-600 327. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Still Life, 1966, spray paint on masonite. Size: 36” x 23.75”, 91 x 60 cm (board); 37” x 25”, 94 x 64 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 328. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Flowers, 1966, spray paint on masonite. Size: 36” x 24”, 91 x 61 cm (board); 41” x 28.5”, 104 x 72 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 329. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Floral Still Life, spray paint on masonite. Size: 36” x 24”, 91 x 61 cm (board); 40.75” x 28.75”, 104 x 73 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 330. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil painting on wood, 1994. Size: 32” x 25”, 81 x 64 cm (board). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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331. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Spray paint on masonite, 1966. Size: 31.75” x 24”, 81 x 61 cm (board). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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332. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Deer, 1969, spray paint on masonite. Size: 24” x 31.75”, 61 x 81 cm (board); 28.5” x 36.25”, 72 x 92 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 333. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Portrait, spray paint on masonite, 1969. Size: 23.5” x 20”, 60 x 51 cm (board); 24.5” x 21”, 62 x 53 cm (frame). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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334. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) “Palm Desert”, 1998, oil painting on wood. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300 -500 335. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil Painting on wood, 2003. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (board). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400

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336. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil painting on wood, 2005. Size: 23.75” x 18”, 60 x 46 cm (board). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 337. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil Painting on wood. Size: 36” x 24”, 91 x 61 cm (board); 38” x 26.5”, 97 x 67 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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338. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil Painting on wood, 2001. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (board). Reference: Topping, Brett. THE AGE OF GRANDEUR AND A WOMAN WHO LIVED IT: ARTIST EVELYN METZGER. Washington, DC: National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1995. Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500 339. Evelyn Metzger (American/New York, 1911-2007) Oil Painting on board, unsigned. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-400

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340. Barry Kostrinsky (20th c.) Flowers, ink on paper. Size: 18.75” x 23.25”, 48 x 59 cm (sight); 26” x 31”, 66 x 79 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-150


341. Michele Cohen (American, 20th c.), Surreal Landscape, watercolor and ink on paper. Size: 14” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 342. Roza Burns (20th c.) Mixed media painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (stretcher); 27” x 21”, 69 x 53 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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343. Mark Whitcombe (American, 20th c.) Abstract Composition, mixed media on paper. Size: 15” x 19”, 38 x 48 cm (sight); 25.25” x 29.25”, 64 x 74 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 344. Mark Whitcombe (American, 20th c.) Abstract Composition, mixed media on paper. Size: 14.25” x 18.5”, 36 x 47 cm (sight); 24.5” x 28.5”, 62 x 72 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200 345. Mark Whitcombe (American, 20th c.) Abstract Composition, mixed media on paper. Size: 14.75” x 18.75”, 37 x 48 cm (sight); 25.5” x 29.5”, 65 x 75 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200 346. Mark Whitcombe (American, 20th c.) Abstract Composition, mixed media on paper. Size: 14” x 18”, 36 x 46 cm (sight); 24.5” x 28.5”, 62 x 72 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 347. Tobi Held (American, 20th c.) Abstract Painting, oil on canvas. Size: 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 348. Amy Cohen Banker (20th c.) Pastel drawing on paper. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (sight); 17” x 21”, 43 x 53 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 349. Yvonne Maloney (Malta, 20th c.) Still Life, 2002. digital photo. Size: 13.5” x 10.5”, 34 x 27 cm (sight); 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 350. Julie Mardin (American/New York, 20th c.) “Angel and Candle,” 2001, from an edition of 10, digital print. Size: 13.5” x 10.5”, 34 x 27 cm (sight); 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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351. Nora Howard (20th c.) Two Ladies, mixed media on canvas, minor paint loss. Size: 24” x 28”, 61 x 71 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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352. Julia Ayzman (Russian/American, b. 1958) Reclining Nude, 1997, oil on canvas. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 353. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,19202012), Nude Study, 1950’s, mixed media on paper. Size: 40” x 26.5”, 102 x 67 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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354. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1975-76. Size: 26” x 40”, 66 x 102 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 355. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1979-80. Size: 35” x 22.5”, 89 x 57 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200

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356. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1975-76. Size: 26.5” x 40.5”, 67 x 103 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 357. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1978-79. Size: 35” x 22.5”, 89 x 57 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200

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358. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1975-78. Size: 40.25” x 26”, 102 x 66 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 359. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City, 1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper. Size: 26” x 40”, 66 x 102 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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360. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,19202012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1975-78. Size: 40” x 26.5”, 102 x 67 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200


361. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1975-78. Size: 26” x 40”, 66 x 102 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 362. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1978-80. Size: 38” x 24”, 97 x 61 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200

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363. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City,1920-2012), Nude Figure Study, charcoal on paper, 1975-76. Size: 26” x 40”, 66 x 102 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 364. Otto (Japanese, 20th c.) Cat, monoprint on paper, AP. Size: 16” x 12”, 41 x 30 cm (sight); 22.5” x 18.5”, 57 x 47 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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365. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.), A duck in water, 2010, digital photograph. Size: 11” x 18”, 28 x 46 cm (sight); 16” x 23”, 41 x 58 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 366. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.), Sun flower, 2008, digital photograph. Size: 12” x 18”, 30 x 46 cm (sight); 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200

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367. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.), Parrot Central Park Zoo, 2010, digital photograph. Size: 18” x 11”, 46 x 28 cm (sight); 23” x 16”, 58 x 41 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 368. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.) Duck, 2010, digital photograph. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200

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369. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.), Butterfly, 2010, digital photograph. Size: 12” x 18”, 30 x 46 cm (sight); 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200 370. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.), Butterfly, 2010, digital photograph. Size: 18” x 12”, 46 x 30 cm (sight); 23” x 17”, 58 x 43 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200

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371. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.), Duck, 2010, digital photograph. Size: 12” x 18”, 30 x 46 cm (sight); 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200

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372. Eli Adams (American, 20th c.), Flowers, 2008, inkjet photograph. Size: 7” x 10”, 18 x 25 cm (sight); 12.25” x 15.25”, 31 x 39 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 373. Dr. Leonard Aschenbrand (American/New York, 20th c.) Flowers, digital photograph. Size: 10.5” x 14”, 27 x 36 cm (sight); 22” x 25.5”, 56 x 65 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200 374. Maria Naral (20th c.) “Kangaroos,” 1990, hand colored aquatint, from an edition of 30. Size: 25” x 14.5”, 64 x 37 cm (sight); 34.5” x 23.5”, 88 x 60 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-100

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375. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 376. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), 2009, mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc. org. $200-300 377. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $200 -300 378. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 379. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300

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380. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), 2009, mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc. org. $200-300


381. Claud Eric Lachaud (French, b. 1955) On the Boat, monoprint. Size: 25” x 37”, 64 x 94 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 382. Linda Klein (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Abstract Composition), 2009, mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 23”, 43 x 58 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $200-300

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383. Claud Eric Lachaud (French, b. 1955) Sailboat, monoprint. Size: 25” x 37”, 64 x 94 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 384. Claud Eric Lachaud (French, b. 1955) Coastline Sailboat, monoprint. Size: 25” x 37”, 64 x 94 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

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385. Claud Eric Lachaud (French, b. 1955) Sailing, monoprint. Size: 25” x 37”, 64 x 94 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 386. Claud Eric Lachaud (French, b. 1955) Sailing Boat, monoprint. Size: 25” x 37”, 64 x 94 cm (sheet). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 387. Amy Cohen Banker (American, 20th c.) Abstract Composition with Heart, oil and acrylic painting on canvas. Size: 30” x 40”, 76 x 102 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200

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388. Karlin Uretsky (American/New York City, 1920-2012), mixed media on paper, 1990’s. Size: 46” x 36” (117 x 91 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 389. Martin Canin (American, 1927-1963) Abstract Composition, circa 1963, oil on paperboard laid on wood, damages. Size: 30” x 22”, 76 x 56 cm (board). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -400 390. Martin Canin (American, 1927-1963), Untitled (Abstract Composition), 1960, oil on canvas. MoMa lending program label on verso. Size: 67” x 42”, 170 x 107 cm (sight); 69.75” x 45”, 177 x 114 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000

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391. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004) Abstract Composition, oil on canvas. Size: 84” x 66”, 213 x 168 cm (stretcher); 85” x 67”, 216 x 170 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $500-1000

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392. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004) #4 (Abstract Composition), 1976, oil on canvas. Size: 84” x 66”, 213 x 168 cm (stretcher); 85” x 67”, 216 x 170 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000 393. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004) Abstract Composition, oil on canvas. Size: 66” x 84”, 168 x 213 cm (stretcher); 67” x 85”, 170 x 216 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $500-1000

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394. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004), #2 (Abstract Composition), 1976, oil on canvas. Size: 84” x 66”, 213 x 168 cm (stretcher); 85” x 67”, 216 x 170 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000 395. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004), #3 (Abstract Composition), 1976, oil on canvas. Size: 84” x 66”, 213 x 168 cm (stretcher); 85” x 67”, 216 x 170 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000 396. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004), #3 (Abstract Composition), 1976, oil on canvas. Size: 84” x 66”, 213 x 168 cm (stretcher); 85” x 67”, 216 x 170 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000

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398. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Self Portrait”, 1976, silver gelatin photograph, cover of “Photographs and Thoughts”. Size: 7.25” x 9”, 18 x 23 cm (sight); 19.25” x 16.75”, 49 x 43 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 399. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.) Self portrait NYC to Florida Series, silver gelatin photographs. Size: 9.5” x 13.75”, 24 x 35 cm (each sight); 14.75” x 71”, 37 x 180 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-1000

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397. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.) “Doorway in Pompei, Italy”, 1974, silver gelatin photograph. Literature: Photographs and Thoughts by Loren Ellis. Size: 9” x 6.25”, 23 x 16 cm (sight); 20.5” x 16.5”, 52 x 42 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200

400. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Turtle Following Footsteps”, digital print. Size: 10.5” x 13.5”, 27 x 34 cm (sight); 17.5” x 20”, 44 x 51 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300


401. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Butterflies in the South of France,” mixed media, unique hand colored silver gelatin photograph. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (sight); 25” x 31”, 64 x 79 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-700 402. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.) Untitled Photographic Painting, mixed media, unique hand colored silver gelatin photograph. Size: 33” x 40” (84 x 102 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $500-700

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403. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Winter Garden WTC”, mixed media, unique hand colored silver gelatin photograph. Size: 17.5” x 20”, 44 x 51 cm (sight); 25” x 29”, 64 x 74 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $500-700 404. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Window in Forest (Florence, Italy)”, mixed media, hand colored silver gelatin photograph. Size: 39.5” x 32.25”, 100 x 82 cm (sight); 41” x 34”, 104 x 86 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $1000-1500 405. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “Between Two Extremes II”, mixed media, unique hand embellished silver gelatin photograph. Size: 39.5” x 64.5”, 100 x 164 cm (sight); 41” x 66”, 104 x 168 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $1000-2000 406. Loren Ellis (American/New York, 20th c.), “New Hampshire Dance”, mixed media, unique hand colored silver gelatin photograph. Size: 54” x 39.75”, 137 x 101 cm (sight); 65.25” x 40.25”, 166 x 102 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $1000-1500

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407. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./Active in New York City), Mixed media on canvas. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 408. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./Active in New York City). Mixed media on canvas. Size: 20” x 26”, 51 x 66 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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409. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./Active in New York City), Mixed media panting on found plastic. Size: 27.5” x 18.5” (70 x 47 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $200 -300 410. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./Active in New York City), Mixed media painting. Size: 20” x 13.5”, 51 x 34 cm (board); 22” x 15.75”, 56 x 40 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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411. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media assemblage painting. Size: 19.25” x 15.25” x 2” (49 x 39 x 5 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300

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412. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), mixed media on found wood. Size: 36” x 16” (91 x 41 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 413. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting. Size: 28” x 9.5” x 7” (28 x 24 x 18 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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414. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting assemblage. Size: 30” x 19.5” x 6” (76 x 50 x 15 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 415. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting on wood. Size: 38” x 21” (97 x 53 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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416. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), “Don Quiote”, mixed media construction. Size: 30.5” x 28.25” (77 x 72 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 417. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting assemblage. Size: 24” x 33” x 2” (61 x 84 x 5 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300 -500

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418. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media assemblage. Size: 38” x 23.5” (97 x 60 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 419. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media construction. Size: 28.5” x 17” (72 x 43 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 420. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media assemblage. Size: 28.75” x 30” (73 x 76 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300


421. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), mixed media painting on panel. Size: 39.25” x 27.5”, 100 x 70 cm (board); 41” x 29.25”, 104 x 74 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 422. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting and sculptural assemblage. Size: 62” x 14” x 14” (157 x 36 x 36 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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423. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), mixed media painting and sculptural assemblage. Size: 23” x 7” x 7” (58 x 18 x 18 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $200-300 424. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painted sculpture. Size: 28.5” x 7” x 7” (72 x 18 x 18 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 425. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media assemblage. Size: 45.5” x 10” x 6” (116 x 25 x 15 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 426. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media sculpture. Size: 37” x 19” x 7” (94 x 48 x 18 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 427. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), mixed media painted sculpture. Size: 39” x 14” x 7” (99 x 36 x 18 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 428. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), mixed media painting on paper. Size: 33.75” x 25.25”, 86 x 64 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 429. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting on found plastic lid. Size: 24” x 17” (61 x 43 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100 -200 430. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting on canvas. Size: 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (stretcher). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300

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431. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media on acrylic panel. Size: 27.75” x 20”, 70 x 51 cm (board). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300

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432. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media, wood and acrylic assemblage. Size: 32” x 21.75” (81 x 55 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -400 433. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting. Size: 24.25”” x 12” x 4” (62 x 30 x 10 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300

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434. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting on acrylic panel. Size: 18.25” x 18.25” (46 x 46 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300 435. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting assemblage. Size: 35.5” x 16.25” (90 x 47 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200 -300

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436. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media painting assemblage. Size: 52” x 17” (132 x 43 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 437. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media on found wood. Size: 28.75” x 21” (73 x 53 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 438. Angelo Romano (Spanish/American, 20th c./ Active in New York City), Mixed media on found guitar case. Size: 44” x 18” (112 x 46 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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439. H.M.S. Winchester, Nautical Engraving, aquatint in colors. Size: 16.5” x 22”, 42 x 56 cm (sight); 25” x 30”, 64 x 76 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 440. Map of the Southern Hemisphere: Projected on the plane of the horizon of London. Thomson’s New General Atlas 1816. Hand-colored engraving. Size: 23.5” x 21”, 60 x 53 cm (sight); 33” x 30”, 84 x 76 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200


441. Map of New South Wales by John Talis and Company (London and New York), hand colored engraving. Size: 14.25” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (sheet); 23” x 20”, 58 x 51 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $200-300 442. Atlas du Voyage de la Perouse No. 68, detailing Count La Perouse’s Pacific Expedition. 1st Edition, French 1798, engraving on paper. Size: 14.5” x 20”, 37 x 51 cm (sight); 27” x 33”, 69 x 84 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $300-500

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443. Map: Carte Generale des Decouvertes. Size: 32” x 22.5”, 81 x 57 cm (sheet); 44.5” x 35.5”, 113 x 90 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $100-200 444. Marcia Isaacs (20th c.) “Set Sail”, color aquatint, ed. LXVII/CC (117/200). Size: 16” x 34”, 41 x 86 cm (sight); 22.5” x 40.25”, 57 x 102 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-100

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445. Dawn Matthews (20th c.), “Girthon Hills”, color lithograph, from an edition of 250. Size: 24” x 32.5”, 61 x 83 cm (sight); 30” x 39”, 76 x 99 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $150 -250 446. Dawn Matthews (20th c.), “Speddoch Hill”, silkscreen on handmade paper, from an edition of 250. Size: 24” x 33”, 61 x 84 cm (sight); 30” x 39”, 76 x 99 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc. org. $100-200

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447. Sydney Australia Landscape Cityscape, offset lithograph poster. Size: 27.5” x 38”, 70 x 97 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $50-100 448. Poster: Birds Flying Over the Beach, offset lithograph. Size: 15.5” x 15.5”, 39 x 39 cm (sight); 22.75” x 22.5”, 58 x 57 cm (frame). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $40-60 449. Trumpet. Size: 6” x 20” x 4.5” (15 x 51 x 11 cm); 10” x 22” x 6”, 25 x 56 x 15 cm (case). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www. artforhealingnyc.org. $50-150 450. Violin. Size: 23.25” x 8” (59 x 20); 31” x 9.5” x 5”, 79 x 24 x 13 cm (case). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-150 451. Hohner Accordion. Size: 20” x 15” x 10” (51 x 38 x 25 cm). Sale of this lot will benefit Art for Healing NYC. More information at www.artforhealingnyc.org. $50-150

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In no event shall MC or the consignor be responsible for the correctness, nor be deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin or condition of the Property. No statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a guarantee, warranty or representation. WITHDRAWAL OF PROPERTY. MC reserves the right to withdraw any Property at any time for any reason and to default any sale in the event of an error or dispute. COPYRIGHT AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS. MC and its consignors make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the Buyer will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any Property sold. MC expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the Property sold in the catalogue. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for MC relating to Property, including the contents of the catalogue, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of MC and shall not be used by the Buyer, nor by anyone else, without MC’s prior written consent. EXAMINATION OF PROPERTY. All Property is available for examination prior to bidding. The Buyer’s bidding signifies that the Buyer has examined the Property as fully as desired or has chosen not to examine the Property. MC recommends that prospective bidders examine all items in which they have an interest prior to bidding. BIDDING. RESERVES. Some of the Property in the sale is offered subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confidential minimum price agreed upon by the consignor and MC below which the lot will not be sold. In most cases, the reserve will be set below the estimated range, but in no case will it exceed the estimates listed. If Property is offered with a reserve price the bidding will begin at that price. Otherwise, bidding will begin at a price appropriate in the auctioneer’s discretion. The auctioneer always reserves the right to withdraw Property for any reason he deems appropriate. At the auctioneer’s discretion, no bid of less than one half the low estimate will be accepted from any source, including but not limited to: phone bidding, absentee bidding, internet bidding or bidding in person at the auction. ORDER OF BIDS. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the catalogue. MC reserves the right to determine any and all matters regarding the order, precedence or appropriate increment of bids or the constitution of lots. ABSENTEE AND PHONE BIDDING. Absentee and phone bidding are permitted by prospective bidders who cannot be present at the auction. Please complete the Absentee Bid and/or Phone Reservation form. Absentee bids are executed competitively and confidentially. All reservations for phone bidding are held in the strictest confidence and must be received by 5 pm EST the day before the auction. No additional phone bids will be accepted at such time including additions when speaking with a staff person on the phone. Written absentee bids may be submitted on the Absentee Bid Form up to 30 lots before the item comes up for auction. Leaving an absentee or phone bid on a lot indicates your willingness to open the bidding at one half the printed estimate, and gives the auctioneer the authority to open the bidding at that level, or to open the bidding on a lot with a printed reserve at the reserve price. In the case of identical absentee bids, the bid received first will prevail. Bids left on liveauctioneers. com are not executed until the item is offered in the live auction and the order in which they are received is not a factor. CUT BIDS. We do not accept cut bids, (bids less than the last interval) from the floor or from absentee bidders including phone and internet bidders. Thus, it is possible that a lot could go to another bidder for less than an absentee bid. For example, if the bids are progressing in $10 dollar increments and an absentee falls at a $5 increment we will not take the bid since it is less than the $10 increment. Following are general guidelines for bidding increments: $0-$100 by $10 increments $100-$500 by $25 increments $500-$1,000 by $50 increments $1,000 $3,000 by $100 increments $3,000-$5,000 by $250 increments $5,000-$10,000 by $500 increments $10,000-$30,000 by $1,000 increments $30,000-$50,000 by $2,500 increments $50,000-$100,000 by $5,000 increments $100,000-$200,000 by $10,000 increments Above $200,000 auctioneer’s discretion 54


HIGHEST BIDDER. The highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer shall be the Buyer. In the case of a disputed bid, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion in determining the Buyer and may also, at his or her election, withdraw the Property or reoffer the Property for sale. The auctioneer shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge any bidder. At such time as the auctioneer has declared Property sold to a given Buyer, said Buyer thereupon assumes full risk and responsibility for the Property, agrees to sign any requested confirmation of purchase, and agrees to pay the full price, plus Buyer’s Premium, therefore or such part, upon such terms as MC may require. PAYMENT. Payment must be made by cash, approved check, wire transfer, Mastercard or Visa credit cards. MC reserves the right PAYMENT. Payment is due within 7 business days. Payment must be made by cash, approved check, wire transfer, Mastercard or Visa credit cards. 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Upon request, MC will provide a list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and overseas. TAXES. All purchases are subject to Pennsylvania sales tax unless the Buyer possesses a Pennsylvania sales tax exemption number. Exemption numbers from other states are accepted in Pennsylvania if presented with a business card or letterhead. Dealers, museums, and other qualifying parties can apply for a Pennsylvania exemption number prior to the auction. Buyer is responsible for any and all tariffs, taxes and assessments that might be made on the Property. International Buyers are responsible for tariffs, taxes, or assessments of shipped items to the Buyer’s country. IMPORT/EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. Some property that is sold at auction can be subject to laws governing export from the United States, such as items that include material from some endangered species. Import restrictions from foreign countries are subject to these same governing laws. 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Lot 105, Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American painter and visionary artist, 1893-1967) An Original 1913 Sketch Book with 4 works

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