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NOVEMBER FINE ARTS AUCTION NOV 17, 2013 - 11AM EXHIBITION NOV 14- NOV 16 10AM-6PM - DAILY

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1. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled (Figures), house paint on carpet. Size: 24” x 36.5”, 61 x 93 cm (sight), 27.5” x 40” x 1.5” , 69.85 x 102 x 4 cm (frame). $500-1000

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2. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media assemblage; paint, wood. Size: 28.5” x 48”. $500-1000

3. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media. Size: 31” x 63.5”. $500-1000

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4. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010). Untitled (Warriors on Horses). Board Size: 28.5” x 46.25” x 0.5” (73 x 118 x 2 cm). $400-800

5. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media assemblage; paint, wood. Size: 66” x 48”. $1000-1500

6. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, 1990’s, mixed media assemblage; house paint on wood. Size: 48” x 37”. $500-1000 5

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7. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, house paint on laminated masonite. Size: 48” x 17.5”, 122 x 45 cm (masonite), 52.5” x 22” x 1”, 134 x 56 x 3 cm (frame). $500-1000

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8. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media assemblage; enamel on fabric, coated particle board. Size: 63” x 47”. $1000-1500

9. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media assemblage; paint, wood. Size: 48” x 41”. $500-1000

10. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media assemblage; paint, wood. Size: 57” x 29”. $500-1000 9

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11. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media. Size: 27” x 95”. $1000-1500

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12. Purvis Young (USA, 1943-2010), Untitled, mixed media assemblage; paint, wood. Size: 20” x 94”. $1000-1500

13. John D. Holly, “Don Quixote and the Windmill”, 1996, pastel and paint, under glass in a wooden frame. Size: 17” x 14” (sheet), 25” x 21” (frame). $300-500

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14. John D. Holly (American), “Woman Tempted by the Devil (Faust)”, 1997, pastel on paper, signed, under glass in a wooden frame. Size: 17” x 14” (sheet), 25” x 21” (frame). $300-500


15. John D. Holly (American), “Don Giovanni”, 1997, pastel on paper, under glass in a wood frame. Size: 17” x 14” (sheet), 25” x 21” (frame). $300-500

16. John D. Holly (American), “Carmen II – Act 1, The Habanera”, 1998, pastel and acrylic on paper, under glass in a wood frame. Size: 17” x 14” (sheet), 25” x 21” (frame). $300-500

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17. Sister Michelle Marble Sculpture (Angel), 1994, marble sculpture. Size: 12” x 16” x 8” (with base). $200-300

18. Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965), “Nude”, ca. 1950s, oil on canvas board, signed. Size: 12” x 9” (board), 13” x 10” (frame). $300-500

19. Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965), “Turkey”, ca. 1950s, oil on canvas board. On the verso: Painted for Sterling Strauser traded to David Burliuk. Size: 16” x 12”. $500-700

20. Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965), “Peace Be Still”, ca. 1950s, pencil drawing on paper, titled and signed. Size: 9” x 11” (sheet), 15” x 17.5” (mat). $200-400

21. Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965), “Via LaFranca”, ca. 1950s, ink drawing on paper, signed, under glass in a wooden frame. Size: 8.5” x 11” (sheet), 14” x 16.5” (frame). $200-400

22. Two Framed Black and White Photographs of William Edmondson Sculptures. 1) Two Figures. Size 8.5” x 5.5” (sight) 16.5” x 14.5”, (frame); 2) Dove. Size: 5.5” x 8.5” (sight), 13” x 15” (gold leaf frame). $200-300

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23. Hand-Painted American Folk Art Whirly Gig on Stand, wood and metal. 32” x 37” x 18” (Overall including stand). $200-300 24

24. Hand-Painted American Folk Art Whirly Gig, wood and metal. Size: 12” x 24” x 3” (overall). $75-150

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25. After Fernand Leger, Porcelain Plate, Editions S.E.A.L., Musee F. Leger, Biot. Size: 9.5” x 9.5”. Stand not included. $100-200

26. Michael Knigin (American, b. 1942), “In The Hollow Of The Deep Sea Wave”, 1978, print. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 23” x 32”. $150-250

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27. Jaques Lipschitz (1891-1973), “Zion” Lithograph. Size: 24” x 17” (61 x 43 cm). $250-350

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28. Roy De Forest (American, 1930-2007), Untitled (Coyote), 1981, Lithograph, signed and numbered 105 of 125. Size: 30” x 22” (sheet), 39” x 30” (frame). $200-300

29. Sarah Peters (American, 20th c.), Embrace, 1997, etching. 1 of 25. Size: 10” x 8.5” (sight), 17.5” x 15.5” (frame). $100-200 28

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30. Sarah Peters (American, 20th c.), Portrait, etching. 1 of 25. Size: 6.5” x 4.5” (sight), 14” x 11.5” (frame). $100 -200

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31. Sue Coe (British, b. 1951), “It’s Like a Jungle” 1984, 19/450, photo-etching, stamped, numbered and signed. Size: 11” x 17” (sheet), 14.5” x 20.5” (frame). $300-500

32. Tom Palmore, “Cockatoo”, Lithograph and screenprint, 1980, signed and numbered 42 of 120. Size: 41” x 29.5” (sheet). $200-300

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33. Antoni Clave (Spanish, 1913-2005) Abstract Lithograph. Size: 28” x 20” (image). $250-300

34. Roger Bezombes (French, 1913-1994), Harlequin, Lithograph. Size: 20” x 26” (51 x 66 cm). $200-400

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35. Terry Dowd (American, 20th c.) Untitled Monoprint, 1977, numbered 1 of 1. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22” x 25”. $100-150

36. Terry Dowd (American, 20th c.), Untitled Monoprint, 1977, numbered 1 of 1. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 19.75” x 23.75”. $150-250

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37. Terry Dowd (20th c.), Untitled Monoprint, 1977, numbered 1 of 1. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 19.75” x 23.75”. $150-250

38. Max Papart (French, 1911-1994), Untitled Etching with handcoloring, signed and numbered EA. Size: 16” x 13” (sheet); 11.75” x 8.75” (plate). $150-250

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39. Henri Goetz (French, 1909-1989), Abstract Print, signed and numbered 20 of 40. Size: 20” x 25.5 (sheet). $100 -200

40. Walter Gabrielson (American, 1935-2008), Untitled, 1973, drawing. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 39.5” x 28.25”. $250-350 40

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41. Georges Henri Rouault (French, 1871-1958), Expressionist Landscape with Figures, Lithograph, unsigned. Size: 7.5” x 11.25” (sheet). $100-200

42. Fredrick K. Detwiller (American, 1882-1953), “The Last Mooring,” 1934, etching. Size: 11.75” x 18”. $200-400 41

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43. Fredrick K. Detwiller (American, 1882-1953), “War Supplies - Paris”, 1914, etching / aquatint #63. Size: 12.5” x 16”. $200-400

44. John Beardsley (American, 1934-1986), “On the Ways in Tarpon”, 1982, etching, A/P. Size: 17” x 21.5”. $100 -200

45. John Beardsley (American, 1934-1986), Waterfront at Tarpon Springs, undated ca. 1983, etching, A/P. Size: 17.5” x 23.75”. $100-200

46. Barry Flanagan (Welsh, 1941-2009), “For John Constable”, 1976, etching, numbered 64 of 100. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 12” x 16”. $100-150 45

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47. Ted Davies (20th c.), Wall Street, 1968. Size: 29.25” x 23”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $100-150

48. John Ross (American), Etching, A/P. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25.5” x 32.25”. $100-150 47

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49. Anthony-Petr Gorny (American, b. 1950), “Paperface..”, 1982, mixed printmaking techniques including lithography, signed and numbered 10/31. Size: 16.5” x 22” (sheet), 22.5” x 28.5” (frame). $200-300

50. Anthony-Petr Gorny (American, b. 1950), “Divide and Conquer”, 1986, lithograph. Size: 22.5” x 29” (sheet), 29” x 35.5” (frame). $200-300

51. Francisco Copello (Chilean, 1938-2006), “Large Ship”, etching, A/P. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 34.25” x 17.5”. $100-150

52. Will Barnett, “Summer”, 1986, screenprint, signed and numbered 112 of 250. Size: 35” x 37 “. $1500-2500

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53. Victor Alvarez-Brunicardi (Venezuelan/American, b. 1941), “Super Bowl XVIII,” watercolor and ink. Size: 24” x 18”. $400-600 54. Le Roy Neiman (American, 1921-2012), “Paddock”, Artist Proof, screenprint.Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30.5” x 30”. $300-500 53

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55. Frank Kleinholz (American, 1901-1988), “Social Climbers”, ca. 1968, hand colored serigraph, numbered 58 of 85. Appears, #111, in “Kleinholz Graphics, Catalogue Raisonne, 1940-1975” Sylvan Cole, Ed. Size: 24” x 12”. $400 -600

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56. Frank Kleinholz (American, 1901-1988), “Forbidden Fruit”, hand colored serigraph, A/P. Appears, #114, in “Kleinholz Graphics, Catalogue Raisonne 1940-1975,” Sylvan Cole, Ed. Size: 6.5” x 9.75”. $400-600

57. Marlene Baron Summers (American, b. 1936), Three Works: 1) “Form and Light with Dome”, 1989, oil on linen, signed. Size: 19.5” x 7.5” (overall); 2) “Figure at Counter”, 1989, oil on linen. Size: 4.5” x 11.25” (overall); 3) “Dark Room and Window”, 1990, mixed-media. Size: 8.75” x 5.5”. $100-200

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58. Jean Aujame (French, 1905-1965), “Two Figures”, undated, ca. 1970s, lithograph, numbered 174 of 200. Size: 12” x 17.75”. $100-200

59. Frank Kleinholz (American, 1901-1988), “The Nest #2,” ca. 1960s, serigraph, artist’s copy. Appears, # 69, in “Kleinholz Graphics, Catalogue Raisonne, 1940-1975” Sylvan Cole, Ed. Size: 12” x 15”. $400-600

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60. Lowell Nesbit, Untitled “Boots”, Print, 1974, signed and numbered 14 of 50. Size: 29.5” x 42” (sheet). $100 -200

61. Thomas B. “Tommy” Allen (American, 1928-2004), “Two Nudes”, ca. 1960’s, watercolor. Size: 13.875” x 10.75”. $100-200

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62. Unknown American Artist (20th c.) Untitled (Female Nude), 1977, Spray-paint and Mixed-media on illustration board, signed. Size: 11” x 9” (board). $50-100

63. Mixed Media Clown Painting, Unknown Artist (20th c.), 1960. Size: 29.5” x 20” (75 x 51 cm). $100-200

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64. Rimo Gladdalon, Three Clowns, undated, serigraph. Size: 20” x 27”. $100-150

65. Rafael Ferrer (Puerto Rican, b. 1933) “American Dance Festival”, 1991, lithograph. Signed upper right, inscribed. Size: 29.75” x 21.75” (sheet). $40-60

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66. Phyllis Koim (20th c.), “Dusenberg”, Lithograph, signed and numbered 18 of 30. Size: 26” x 25” (sheet). $50 -100

67. Vichel, Untitled, undated, lithograph, numbered 6 of 200. Size: 18” x 24.5”. $100-200

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68. James Coignard (French, 1925-2008), “Tribunes”, Carborundum Etching, signed and numbered, 32 of 75. Size: 13” x 10” (sheet). $100-150

69. James Coignard (French, 1925-2008), Carborundum Etching with Collage, signed and numbered, 51 of 75. Tear in lower margin. Size: 20” x 26.75” (sheet). $100-200 68

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70. Two Works by John Dowell (American, 20th c.): 1) “Sun Dream”, 1980, Lithograph, 23 of 100, some staining; 2) 23 tc / Tomorrow”, 1983, Lithograph, ed. 6 of 75. Size: 29” x 22” (sheet). $100-200

71. Jean Jansem (French, 1920-2013), Woman with Umbrella, Lithograph. Size: 11” x 8.5” (28 x 22 cm). $200-300

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72. Jay Lalonde (Canadian, b. 1931), “Mother and Children,” undated, serigraph, numbered 159 of 250. Size: 20” x 17”. $100-200

73. Clark Court, “Osprey,” undated, serigraph 478/485. Size: 21” x 16”. $100-200

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74. Harold M. LeRoy (American, b. 1905), “Sunrise,” ca. 1970, serigraph, numbered 9 of 100. Size: 5” x 12”. $100 -200

75. J. Bradley Cooper (American, 20th c.), Untitled, ca. 1985, etching, A/P. Printed at Graphics Studio University of South Florida. Size: 17.75” x 23.75”. $100-200

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76. Laurel Nestinger (American), Last Supper, undated ca. 2000, acrylic on handmade paper. Size: 18.5” x 17”. $100-200

77. Laurel Nestinger, Untitled, monoprint. Size: 15.25” x 16.5”. $100-200 76

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78. Robert Morris, Print, 1987, signed and numbered 76 of 150. Size: 46” x 18.5” (sheet). $100-150

79. Jean Albert Gorin (FRENCH, 1899-1981), Abstract Color Block Study, Lithograph . Size: 25.75 x 19.75”. $200 -300

80. Jean Helion (French, 1904-1987), Abstract Composition, Lithograph. Size: 26” x 19”. $200-300

81. Susan Rothenberg (American, b. 1945), “Monkee in a Tree”, 1984, lithograph, numbered 6 of 32. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30.5” x 22.5”. $100-150 9


82. Martha Diamond (American, b. 1944), “Intersection”, 1985, screenprint, numbered 1 of 20. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29” x 37”. $150-250

83. Jean Helion (FRENCH, 1904-1987), Stairs, Lithograph. Size: 26” x 19” (sheet), 21.5” x 16.75” (image). $300-500

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84. Susan Hurwitz (American, 20th c.): Two Works: 1) Cave Art, etching. 1 of 15. Size: 11” x 9” (sight), 19” x 16.5” (frame); 2) Xerox Art. Size: 8.5” x 6” (sight), 20” x 16” (mat). $50-100

85. Abstract Print “Bosville” by Unknown Artist, numbered 41 of 50. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22” x 27.25”. $100-150

86. Jean-Marie Haessle (French/American, 20th c.), Untitled, 1971, serigraph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 28.25” x 22.5”. $100-150

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87. Monirul Islam (Bangladeshi/Spanish 20th c.), “They Are Growing”, 1978, etching, A/P. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25.75” x 19.25”. $100-150

88. Philip Edward Mullen (American, b.1942), “Brown Hotel”, 1976, serigraph, numbered 9. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 17.75” x 22.5”. $100-150

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89. William Pura (Canadian), “Diagonal Track II”, 1980, lithograph, numbered 3 of 10. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25.25” x 30.25”. $100-150

90. Bill Jacklin (British, b. 1943), 1976, lithograph, numbered 58 of 65. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22.25” x 22.25”. $250-350

91. Muriel Magenta (American, 20th c.), “Heart”, 1981, silkscreen, numbered 2 of 12. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22.25” x 29.75”. $100-150 88

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92. Reika Iwami (Japanese, b. 1927), Water Ripples, 1976. Size: 20” x 26”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 9.75” x 11.75”. $100-200

93. Susan Hostetler (American), “Flying Cows, Indiana”, 1978, mixed media. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30.5” x 22”. $150-250

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94. Rayberry (American, b. 1952), “City Life”, 1985, etching, numbered 11 of 20.Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 31” x 25”. $200-300


95. Richard Brintzenhofe (20th c.), Untitled, 1976, lithograph, numbered 7 of 25. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.5” x 42.5”. $100-150

96. Sara Draney (American), Corner of the Room III, 1973. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 21.5” x 31”. $100-150

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97. Christine Goodale (American, 20th c.), Untitled XIX, 1975, serigraph, numbered 5 of 10. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 20.75” x 29.75”. $100-150

98. Geoffrey Graham (b. 1911), “Midday”, 1977, screenprint, numbered 25 of 50. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 28” x 39.5”. $100-150

99. Erika Kahn (German/American, b. 1925), “Mountains V”, etching, numbered 2 of 50. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 31.5” x 23.5”. $100-150

100. William Weege (American, b. 1935), “Myrtle’s Nuts”, 1985, relief monoprint. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 27” x 33”. $100-150

101. Lily Yeh (Taiwanese/American, b. 1941), “Lily”, 1976, ink on rice paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 40” x 22.5”. $100-150 101

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102. William George Allan (American, b. 1936), “Trout”, 1973, lithograph, numbered 26 of 50. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $100-150

103. Charlotte Forsythe (American), “Light Plus Light/ Companion Star”, 1980, colored pencil. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 19” x 24”. $100-150

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104. Kenzo Okada (Japanese/American, 1902-1982), “Bamboo”, 1977, silkscreen, numbered 29 of 150, Damaged. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 42” x 35”. $50-100

105. K.M. (Kathleen Margaret) Graham (Canadian, 1913-2008), “Desert Mood”, 1979, pastel. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30.5 x 22.5”. $100-150

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106. John Brunsden (British, b. 1933), “Solitude”, lithograph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22.5 x 31”. $100-150

107. Kenneth (Ken) Shaw (American), Riverside + 80th St., 1974, acrylic on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 31.25” x 23.25”. $100-150

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108. William Conlon (American, b. 1941), Untitled, 1981, lithograph, numbered 5 of 100. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 27” x 20”. $150-250

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109. Jerald Johnson (American), 1-3m process, 1974, silkscreen, numbered 1 of 25. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25.5” x 22”. $100-150

110. Charles Duback (American, b. 1926), “Green Trees”, 1978, watercolor. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 28” x 21”. $150-250

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111. Stanley William Hayter (British, 1901-1988), “Ressac”, 1973, lithograph, numbered 100 of 100. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30” x 21”. $150-250

112. Lee Bjorklund (American, b. 1940), “Double Eagle II”, 1980, mixed media, including acrylic, resin and metallic powders. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30.5” x 42.75”. $200-300

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113. Maurice Farmer, “Beans”, 1977, serigraph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30” x 22.25”. $100-150

114. Jim (James) Bruss (American) “Reflection IV”, 1975, serigraph, numbered 6 of 26. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 32” x 24.5”. $200-300

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115. James Matthews, “Springboard, Geometry”, 1980, silkscreen, numbered 3 of 13. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 16.5” x 15.25”. $100-150

116. Corey Portighonk (20th c.), 1976. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22” x 30”. $100-150 116

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117. Gino Scarpa (Italian/Norwegian, b. 1924), “Deco”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.75” x 21.75”. $100-150

118. Abstract Print by Unknown Artist, 1977. Size: 22” x 30”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 9.75” x 11.75”. $100-200

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119. Rodolfo (Rudy) E. Ayoroa (Bolivian/American, 1927-2003), “UFO”, 1977, lithograph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30 x 22”. $100-150

120. Elaine Breiger (American, b. 1939), “Pegasus”, 1973, etching, A/P. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 37.5 x 25”. $100-150 120

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121. Elaine Breiger (American, b. 1939), “Paras”, 1973, etching , numbered 10 of 15. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 33” x 26”. $100-150

122. Cary Smith (American, b. 1955), “Untitled #53”, 1979, watercolor on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 39.5” x 33”. $250-350

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123. Keith Anthony Morrison (Jamaican/American, b. 1942), Untitled, 1977, watercolor on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22.25” x 30”. $400-600

124. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007), “Edward Weston; from In Our Time”, lithograph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 27” x 22.5”. $150-250

125. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007) “The Defence of Terrorism.” Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $150-250

126. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007), “Benia Krik.” Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $150-250

127. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007), “The Jewish Question.” Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $150-250

128. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007), “Reklame.” Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $150-250

129. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (1932-2007), “Transition.” Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $150-250

130. Three Modern Prints: 1) Robert Goodnough, 1968, signed and numbered 71 of 150. Water stain; 2) Unknown Artist, signed “R.H.” and numbered 4 of 32; 3) Yoko Haru, “Triet”, signed and numbered 5 of 10. surface scuffing. Ranging in size from 27” x 22” to 30” x 22”. $100-200

131. Tom Gaughan (British/American, 20th Century) Three Works on Paper. Various Sizes. $200-300

132. Unknown American Artist (20th c.), Lot of 12 Abstract Watercolors. Size: 30” x 22” (each). $50-100

133. Collection of 11 Artworks: Various Artists (20th c.), Group of 11. Ranging in size from 6” x 9” to 15.5” x 27.5”. $50-100

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134. Unknown American Artist (20th c.) Three Works: Mixed-Media, watercolor, pencil, ink on paper, each signed. Ranging in size from 9” x 6” to 12” x 8.5” (sight). $50-100

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135. Beatrice Berlin (American 20th c.), Collection of 16 Original Prints including lithographs and intaglios. Various Sizes, ranging from: 21” x 14” to 29” x 22”. $200-300

136. Gene Shaw (American, 20th c.): 6 Works : including “Cloister Windows”, “Night”, “The Canned System”, “Happy on a Rooftop”, “.. Little Lady” and “Self-Portrait”. Various Sizes, ranging from 9.5” x 7” to 48” x 30” (sheet). $75-250

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137. American Artist, 1989, Mixed-media Assemblage, wood, paint, illegible signature. Size: 15” x 12.5” x 2”. $40

138. Jewish Jazz Band Painting, Oil on Canvas. Size: 11.5” x 15.5” (board), 20.5” x 24.5” (frame). $500-1000

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139. Jewish School, Work on paper, Lithograph. Size: 26” x 20” (66 x 51 cm). $50-100

140. Marc Chagall “La Tour Eiffel Verte”, Lithograph on paper . Size: 16.5” x 13.25” (sheet); 12” x 9” (image). $650 -800

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141. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985), Signed Leaflet Publication for Derriere Le Miroir, Signed Marc Chagall Lower Center, Lithograph on paper. Size: 15” x 11”. $350-500

142. Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985), Musee National Message Biblique Marc Chagall: Peintures bibliques recentes: 10 Juillet- 26 Septembre 1977” Signed Poster, Signed Poster. Size: 30” x 20.5”. $400-600 142

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143. Markus Lupertz (Czech/German, b.1941), “Amor und Psyche”, 197879, Work on Paper, graphite and oil. Size: 17.25” x 24”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $2000-3000

144. Antonio Ferri (Spanish, b. 1938), “Black Bird”, Original Painting, oil on paper, signed. Size: 19.5” x 25.5”. $150 -250 144

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145. Antonio Ferri (Spanish, b. 1938), “Female Form”, Original Painting, oil on paper, signed. Size: 19.5” x 25.5” (sheet). $150-250

146. Antonio Ferri (Spanish, b. 1938), “Woman”, Original Painting, oil on paper, signed. Size: 19.5” x 25.5” (sheet). $150-250 146

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147. Henry Moore (British, 1898-1986), lithograph, Reclining Figure, signed and numbered 46/50. Size: 9.25” x 11.25” (image); 20.5 x 23.5” (sheet). $2000-3000

148. Doug Macwithey (American, 1952-2010), “Hen of the Woods/ Hen in the woods”, 1988, mixed media on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.25” x 39.25”. $200-300

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149. Katherine Porter (American, b. 1941), Untitled Abstract Drawing, 1976, pencil on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 19.75” x 25.75”. $250-350

150. Bilge Friedlaender (Turkish/American, 1934-2000), “Le Ferrassie,” 1978, drawing. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 43” x 29”. $250-350

151. Paolo Colombo (Italian, 20th Century), Three works of art. Various Sizes: 1) Drawing,April 1976; 2) Le Spore, collage with graphite, watercolor on paper, 1981, size: 12” x 6.25”; 3) Mediterraneo Orientale, 1983. $300-500 151

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152. Louise Nevelson (Russian/American, 1899-1988), “Sky Garden”, 1971, lead intaglio relief, numbered 50 of 150, some discoloration to the sheet. Size: 30.5” x 25.5”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $1500-2500

153. Elizabeth Meyer: Two Framed Works on Paper from the series “Blinders”, 1998; 1) “Blinders A”; 2) “Blinders”. $200-300

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154. Susanne Okamoto (American, 20th c.) Abstract Oil Painting on Canvas. Size: 30” x 30” (stretcher), 31.5” x 31.5” (frame). $400-600

155. Maryann Matlock-Hinkle (American, 1941-2008), Abstract Painting, oil on canvas. Size: 64” x 48” (stretcher), 64.75” x 48.75” (frame). $700-1000 155

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156. Maryann Matlock-Hinkle (American, 1941-2008), “How Wide The View”, oil on canvas. Size: 60” x 72” (stretcher), 61.25” x 73.25” (frame). $700-1000

157. Maryann Matlock-Hinkle (American, 1941-2008), “Religious Fervor”, oil on canvas. Size: 104” x 64” (stretcher). $700-1000

158. Stanley Boxer (American, 1926-2000), “Sweetness, Sweetness, Tell Me Your Misery”, 1975, pastel. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25.5” x 20”. $250-350

159. Maryann Matlock-Hinkle (American, 1941-2008), “Life is Crowded”, oil and mixed media on canvas. Size: 64” x 44” (stretcher), 66.25” x 46.25” (frame). $700-1000

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160. Robert Myrrden Barnes (American, b. 1934) “Il Vero Albano”, 1992, Alkyd painting on masonite. Size: 6” x 11” (board), 7.5” x 13” (gold leaf frame). $300-400

161. Avel C. de Knight (American, 1923-1995), “The Bench”, Gouache Painting. Size: 10.25” x 11” (sight), 15.5” x 16” (frame). $500-700

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162. Thelma Appell (American, b. 1940), Untitled, 1975, pastel on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 23” x 23”. $200-300

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163. Terence Alimario (American, 20th c.) “Shiju”, oil painting on canvas, 1990. Size: 36” x 26” (stretcher). $200 -300

164. Terence Alimario (American, 20th c.) “Passage”, painting on unstretched canvas. Size: 34” x 29” (sheet), 40” x 35.5” (frame). $200-300

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165. Terence Alimario (American, 20th c.) After Turner, Oil Painting on Canvas, 1993. Size: 34” x 40” (stretcher), 38.5” x 44.5” (frame). $600-800

166. Mark Milloff (American, b. 1953), “Dog and Bear Meeting”, 1981, pastel on paper, 3 panels. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 33” x 70”. $400-600 166 167

167. Gene Charlton (20th c.), Still Life with Fruit, Painting on Masonite. Size: 20” x 16”. $600-800

168. Andre Fougeron (French, 1913) Nature Morte Rouge, April 1946, Oil on Canvas. Size: 25” x 18”. $1500-2000 168

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169. Gene Charlton (20th c.), Still Life with Fruit, Painting on Masonite. Size: 20” x 16”. $500-600

170. Liz Hough (20th c.), Geometric Still Life, Oil Painting. Size: 23” x 27”. $300-500 170

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171. Liz Hough (20th c.), Abstract Still Life, oil painting. Size: 23” x 31.5”. $300-500

172. Ismael Gonzalez de la Serna (Spanish, 1897-1968), Still Life, 1928. Oil Painting on Canvas. Size: 26” x 29.5”. $6000-8000 172

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172A. Hector Hyppolite (Haitian, 1894-1948) Still Life with Bird, Circa 1945-1947, Painting on Board. Size: 30.5” x 24.75”. Provenance: Arte del Pueblo, Fine Art (NY), Jonathan Demme (NY, NY). $30000-35000

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173. Agnes Weinrich (American, 1873-1946), Geometric Composition, Oil Painting. Size: 21.75” x 17.25”. $5000 -7000


174. Abstract Painting, 1970, Illegible Signature. Size: 21” x 27” (53 x 69 cm). $100-200

175. Jimmy Lueders (American, 1927-1994), Still Life with Flowers, 1984, painting on paper. Size: 27” x 19.25” (sight); 34.5” x 26.5” (frame). $1000-1500 174

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176. John Dawson (American, 20th c.), “Man in Chair”, painting on paper, illustration art, signed. Size: 22” x 30” (sheet). $150-250

177. John Dawson (American, 20th c.), 2 Works: 1) Woman with Rocking Chairs, Painting on paper, illustration art, signed. Size: 22.25” x 25.5” (sheet); 2) “Three Figures in Black”, lithograph, signed and numbered 20 of 50. Size: 39.5” x 28” (sheet). $250-350

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178. Ben Kamahira (American, 1925-2004), “Redhead in Matador Suit”, hand-colored artist’s proof print, signed. Size: 24” x 20” (sight), 31” x 27” (frame). $1000-1500

179. Charles Kalick (American, b. 1949), “Maine”, Original mixed-media painting, framed. Size: 10” x 8” (sight), 23” x 21” (frame). $200-300

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180. Michael Mazur (American, 1935-2009), “Banana Leaves Greenhouse”, 1976, pastel over monotype. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 39.25” x 28”. $500-700

181. Francis McCarthy (American, 1923-2005), “Garden Wall”, 2001, signed and dated, watercolor. Framed. Size: 13” x 10” (sight), 21” x 17” (frame). McCarthy’s work is in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the National Gallery, Washington, DC; the Barnes Foundation, and others. $100-200

182. Francis McCarthy (American, 1923-2005), Hand-Painted Ceramic Tile (Nude Female with Guitar), 1999. Size: 6” x 6”. $75-150

183. Seymour Reminick (American, b. 1923), “Bouquet”, body wash painting. Size: 8.5” x 6.5” (sight), 14” x 11.5” (frame). $200-300

184. Francis McCarthy (American, 1923-2005) , “Landscape with Sheep”, 1985, watercolor, signed and dated. Framed. Size: 6” x 9.5” (sight), 14” x 17” (frame). McCarthy’s work is in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the National Gallery, Washington, DC; the Barnes Foundation, and others. $75-150

185. Bobbie Heisman (American, 20th c.), Group of 6 Watercolors. Various Sizes. $50-100

186. Tom Gaughan (British/American, 20th Century) Work on Paper. Size: 8” x 4” (sight), 14” x 10” (frame). $100 -200

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187. Alexandre Isailoff (French/Ukrainian, 1869-1996), Anchored for the Night, Oil on Canvas. Size: 15” x 20.5” (38 x 52 cm). $2000-3000

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188. Mid Century Modern European School 20th c. (French / Belgian), Three Women on a Road from the Mill, 1957, Oil on Canvas. Size: 28” x 35.5” (71 x 90 cm). $1500-2000

189. Erich Schmid (Austrian, 1908-1984), Construction, 1964, Oil on Canvas. Size: 32” x 21” (81 x 53 cm). $300 -500

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190. Gina Gruenberg (American, 20th c.) “Money Woman”, Life Size, Mixed-Media and Paper Mache Sculpture. Size: 17” x 60” x 32”. $500-700

191. Matthias Kawage (Papua New Guinea, 20th c.) Moma Na Piki Nini Kam Bekk Long Gate, painting. Size: 36” x 22”. $350-400

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192. Oscar Towa (Papua New Guinea, 20th c.), Grasshopper, Painting on Canvas. Size: 28” x 35”. $350-400

193. Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Monoprint on Rice Paper, Ink. Size: 13” x 24” (sheet), 17” x 29” (frame). $1000-1500

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194. Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Monoprint on Rice Paper, Ink. Size: 12” x 25” (sheet), 21” x 33” (frame). $1000-1500

195. Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Monoprint on Rice Paper, Ink. Size: 12” x 25” (sheet), 21” x 33” (frame). $1000-1500

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196. Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Monoprint on Rice Paper, Ink. Size: 12.5” x 25” (sheet), 21” x 33” (frame). $1000-1500

197. Unknown American Artist (20th c.) Two Works: 1) Untitled (Abstract Figures), pastel on paper. Size: 9” x 8’ (sight); 2) Untitled (Abstract Figures), pastel on paper. Size: 10” x 8’ (signt). Each signed Reva or Rena. $50-100 197

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198. B. Zoole (American 20th c.), “Still Life with Bottle”, oil on wood, signed. Size: 11” x 14” (board), 15” x 18” (frame). $150-200

199. Robert Andrew Parker (American, b.1927), “De Sade #8”, 1966, watercolor. Size: 22.5” x 29.5”. $1500-2000

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200. Albert Urban (American, 1909-1959), “Composition 1”, Work on paper. Size: 10” x 17” (image), 20” x 15” (board). $400-500

201. Albert Urban (American, 1909-1959), “Composition III”, Pen on paper. Size: 10” x 17” (image), 20” x 15” (board). $400-550

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202. Albert Urban (American, 1909-1959), “Composition II”, Ink on paper. Size: 10” x 17” (image), board measures 20” x 15”. $400-600

203. Alexander Kreisel (American, 1901-1953), Abstract Painting, oil on canvas, signed. Size: 30” x 40” (stretcher), 31” x 41” (frame). $600-800

204. Ben Wilson (20th c.), “The Judges”, c. 1957, oil. Size: 21” x 25.5” (stretcher), 25” x 29.5” (frame). $400-600

205. Don Lord (American, b.1929), “Paper Storm No. 2”, 1957, tempera on board, signed. Size: 17.5” x 24” (board), 22” x 28” (frame). $400-600

206. Kathleen Naffander, Mid Century Abstract Composition, Oil Painting. Size: 18” x 24” (46 x 61 cm). $300-500

207. Len Nezin (American b. 1927) “Coasta de Sol”, 1964, Oil on Canvas. Size: 24” x 43” (stretcher), 30” x 49” (frame). $300-500

208. Barbara Kwasniewska (Polish, 1931), Allenti, Mixed Media on paper. Size: 30.5” x 22.5”. $500-600

209. Margarita Gibbons (American, 1906-1976), Abstract Mid Century Painting. Size: 24” x 36” (stretcher), 31” x 43” (frame). $200-300

210. Mid Century Abstract Painting (Figures). Size: 17” x 11” (43 x 28 cm). $100-200 211. Lawrence Rothbort (American, 1920-1963), Painting on board, signed. Size: 20” x 11.5” (board), 23” x 14.5” (frame). $300-500

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212. Ralph M. Rosenborg (American, 1913-1992), Mixed media on illustration board, 1953, signed and dated. Size: 6.5” x 9” (sheet), 11.5” x 14” (gold leaf frame). $300-500

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213. Joseph John Jones (American, 1909-1963), Harbor Scene, mixed media on paper, signed. Size: 12” x 33” (sight), 19” x 39” (frame). $200-300

214. Pierre Eugene Duteurtre (French, 1911-1989), Still Life, Mid century. Size: 21” x 12.5” (53 x 32 cm). $200-300

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215. Herschel Levit (American, 1912-1986) Palace, Oil Painting, 1953. Size: 33.5” x 23.5”. $600-800

216. Mid Century Abstract Painting signed Mark (20th c.), Black and Red Abstract, Mixed Media. Size: 47.75” x 35.75” (121 x 91 cm). $150-300 215

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217. Philip Perkins (20th c.), Abstract Composition, Pastel on Paper, Framed. Size: 20” x 15” (51 x 38 cm). $100 -200

218. Abstract Composition, Lithograph, Framed. Size: 10” x 15.5” (25 x 39 cm). $100-200 217

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219. Joseph De Martini (AMERICAN, 1896-1984), Study near south New Jersey, mixed media on paper. Size: 15” x 11” (38 x 28 cm). $100-200

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220. Abstract Mid 20th c. Painting by P. Mandell, Oil on Canvas. Size: 12” x 36” (30 x 91 cm). $100-200

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221. Abstract Oil Painting by Lasky, Encampment, Oil on Canvas. Size: 29” x 46.5” (74 x 118 cm). $100-200

222. Abstract Landscape Painting by Prof. Daniel Popovich, Oil on Canvas. Size: 24” x 25”. $200-400 222 221

223. Abstract Painting, 1962, Illegible Signature. Size: 24” x 18.5” (60 x 47 cm). $200-300

224. Taro Yamamoto (American, 1919-1994), Abstract Mixed Media Composition, Mixed Media on paper. Thinned oil paint and pastel on paper. Size: 18” x 23.25”. $500-700 223

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225. Taro Yamamoto (American, 1919-1994), Abstract Oil Composition, Thinned oil paint on paper. Size: 24” x 19”. $500-700

226. Taro Yamamoto (American, 1919-1994), Abstract Composition in Purple, Thinned oil paint on paper. Size: 19” x 24”. $500-700 225

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227. Mid Century Abstract Painting (Nature Morte), Illegible signature, Mixed media. Size: 16” x 31”. $500-700

228. Alexander Peter Russo (20th c.) Chinese Plant, Mid Century Painting. Size: 25” x 18”. $150-200

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229. Mixed Media Abstract Egg Sculpture by Zak. Size: 29” x 22” x 4”. $300-500

230. Mid Century Work on Paper signed Iremie, Mixed media drawing. Size: 37” x 25”. $50-100

231. Raoul Dufy (1877-1953), Mannequins at the Races, Lithograph. Size: 16” x 24”. $600-800

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232. Allen Koss, (American, 1931-1998) , “Majestic Theater, The Phantom of the Opera”, painting on canvas, unsigned. Size: 17.5” x 36” (stretcher), 19” x 37” (frame). $400-600 232

233. Allen Koss, (American, 1931-1998) Two Works: 1) “Troc Burlesque Theatre” (Philadelphia), original work on paper, watercolor and ink. Size: 15.5” x 14.5” (frame); 2) “Rivoli Theater” an original, unsigned print , size: 11” x 13”. $200-300

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234. Benjamin Eisenstat (American, 1915-2001) “Independence Hall, Philadelphia”, paint on illustration board, signed. Size: 9” x 10.75” (board). $150-250 234

235. Benjamin Eisenstat (American, 1915-2001) Two Works: 1) “Independence Hall, Philadelphia (Exterior)”, paint on illustration board, signed. Size: 9.5” x 11” (board); 2) “Independence Hall (Interior)”, paint on illustration board, signed. Size: 14” x 20” (board). $200-300

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236. Ben Eisenstat (American, 1915-2001), “Art Museum Fountain (Philadelphia)”, painting on board and signed poster. Size: 1) Painting: 12” x 15.5” (sight), 20” x 24” (mat); 2) Poster: 26” x 30.75”. $100-150 236

237. Benjamin Eisenstat (American, 1915-2001) “Fox Hunt”, pastel on paper, signed, matted. Size: 10.25” x 15” (sight). $150-250

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238. Attributed to Fern Isabel Kuns Coppedge (American 1883-1951) Bucks County Impressionistic Landscape, Oil on Canvas, unsigned. Size: 12” x 12” (stretcher). Provenance: This painting was a gift from the artist to the consignor’s Great Grandfather, a doctor who provided home health services to the Coppedge Family, as payment for his services. $800-1200 237

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239. American Primitive School Painting (19th Century), Blue Ridge Mountain Lake, Oil on Canvas. Size: 18” x 30” (46 x 76 cm). $500-700

240. Allen Tucker (1866-1939) Spring Landscape (New Mexico), mixed-media on paper. Size: 19” x 13” (48 x 33 cm). $500-600 239 240

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241. Andre Prevot-Valeri (French, 1890-1930), Paysage Pastoral (Normandie), circa 1930, Oil on Canvas. Size: 10” x 14” (25 x 36 cm). $750-900

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242. Arthur James Emery Powell (American, 1864-1956), “Late October” Impressionist Landscape, oil on canvas board. Size: 9.5” x 11” (board), 14” x 15.5” (frame). $500-700

243. Bertha Linneman (American, 20th c.) Landscape, oil on canvas, signed. Size: 14” x 16” (stretcher). $400-600

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244. American School (20th Century), Female Nudes on the Shore, Oil on Canvas. Size: 24” x 31.5” (61 x 80 cm). $1000-2000

245. Aldro Thompson Hibbard (American, 1886-1972), “Winter Light”, 1912, Oil on Board. Size: 8” x 10.5” (20 x 27 cm). $3000-4000

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246. George Henry Bogert (1864-1944), Spring Landscape, Oil on Canvas. Size: 22” x 28.25” (56 x 72 cm). $700 -1000

247. Landscape Painting (Early 20th c.), Oil on Canvas. Size: 20” x 24” (52 x 61 cm). $500-700

248. Winter Landscape Oil Painting, unknown artist. Size: 10” x 15” (25 x 38 cm). $300-500 247

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249. Barnyard Farm Scene (20th c.). Size: 8” x 10” (20 x 25 cm). $100-200

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250. J.W.A. Scott, Three Landscapes, Watercolor, Framed. Size: 5” x 6.5” (13 x 17 cm). $100-200

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251. Max Jacob (French, 1876-1944), Paris City Scene, Gouache Painting on Paper. Size: 12.5” x 15.5” (32 x 39 cm). $800-1000

252. Jervis McEntee (American, 1828-1891), Hudson River School Landscape, work on paper. Size: 8” x 10” (20 x 25 cm). $200-300 252 251

253. Johannes Schiefer (American/Dutch, 1896-1979), Ile de la Cite, Paris, circa 1960s, Oil on Canvas. Size: 25” x 30” (64 x 76 cm). $500-700

254. Louis Dali (French, 1905-2001), European City Scene with Bridge. Size: 12” x 16” (30 x 41 cm). $400-600

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255. Winter Landscape, Framed Work on Paper (20th c.), Pastel, unsigned. Size: 12” x 16” (30 x 41 cm). $200-300 256. Anne Wilson Goldwaite (1869-1944) Summertime Horses and Carriages, Watercolor. Size: 14” x 19”. $200

257. Ada Macciani Buti (Italian, 20th c.) Abstract Landscape Painting. Size: 16” x 20” (41 x 51 cm). $50-100

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258. Painting of Girl with Dog (Victorian Scene) by M. Rice, Oil on Canvas. Size: 24” x 30” (61 x 76 cm). $350-400

259. Victorian Genre Scene, Oil Painting. Size: 8” x 16” (board), 13.5” x 21” (frame). $200-300

260. Richard Joseph Ericson (American, 1922-2010), oil on linen. Size: 24” x 23” (stretcher), 28.5” x 28” (frame). $400-600

261. Richard Joseph Ericson (American, 1922-2010), Oil Painting. Size: 28” x 38” (stretcher). $400-600

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262. Reswick (20th c.), “Strange Fruit”, oil on canvas, signed. Size: 30” x 24” (stretcher), 38.5” x 32” (frame). $2000 -3000

263. Maxim Bugzester (Austrian/American, 1910-1978), “In the Park,” oil on board, 1964, signed and dated. Size: 16” x 13” (board), 23” x 20” (frame). $500-700

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264. Pierre Sulmon (French, b. 1932), Portrait of a Young Girl, Oil on Canvas. Size: 32” x 23.5” (81 x 60 cm). $300

265. Oil Painting (Mexico, 20th c.) Unsigned, Mexican Boy, Oil on Board. Size: 24” x 17” (61 x 43 cm). $50-100

266. John Hubbard Rich (American, 1876-1954), “Ready for Bed”, Oil Painting. Size: 16” x 12” (board), 21” x 17” (frame). $100-200

267. Painting of Figure Standing with Rooster, illegible signature, Oil on Canvas. Size: 29.5” x 20” (75 x 51 cm). $50-100

268. Arab Artist, Portrait Saio of Woman, Oil Painting. Size: 21.5” x 18.5”. $50-100

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269. Portrait Painting depicting Three Mexican Men. Size: 20” x 16” (51 x 41 cm). $50-100

270. Painting of Birds (Cardinals) on Branch by Carlson, Oil on canvas. Size: 36” x 30” (stretcher), 37” x 31” (frame). $50-100 269

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271. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Roses” (Radio Style), ca. 1950s, oil on canvas. Size: 28” x 24”. $65000-75000

272. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Lovers”, 1946, watercolor. Size: 11” x 15”. $6000-8000 271

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273. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Still Life with Oranges, in Italy”, ca. 1950s, oil on canvas. Size: 18” x 24”. $40000-50000

274. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Shinnacock Bay”, ca. 1950s, watercolor. Size: 11” x 15”. $3000-5000 273

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275. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Mrs. Fitzgerald”, 1946, watercolor. Size: 13” x 9.5”. $1500 -2500

276. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Summer Vision”, 1945, oil on canvas and board. Inscribed on the verso Sterling Strauser wrote: “Burliuk believes that a person always leaves something behind. This is what the washer woman left behind”. Size: 12” x 16”. $6000-8000 275

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277. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Mimi”, (Mimi Gross), 1948, oil on canvas board. The woman pictured, Mimi Gross, was an artist herself and daughter of the famous Chaim Gross, ex-wife of Red Grooms, and a close friend of Burliuk’s. Size: 10” x 8”. $2000-4000

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278. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Portrait of a Woman, Italy,” 1951, oil on canvas board. On the verso: “Mrs. Miriam Hamilton Hampton Bays, NY”. Size: 10” x 8”. $2000-4000

279. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Onya LaTour”, 1934, mixed media. Size: 13” x 10”. Onya LaTour was a close friend and benefactor to the Burliuks in the early years after they immigrated to the US. $2000-3000 279

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280. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Portrait of a Woman”, ca. 1940’s, mixed media on paper. Size: 10” x 7.25”. $1000-1500

281. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), “Birds Glorifying the Spring”, ca.1930s, oil on linoleum. Size: 7.5” x 14.5”. $6000-8000 281

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282. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian, 1882-1967), Two Drawings. 1) Cathedral in Prague, undated, graphite drawing. Size: 8.5” x 12”. 2) Sketch of a Woman’s Head, undated, pen and ink drawing. Size: 6” x 4”. Provenance: Deaccessioned from Florida Museum. $500-800

283. Leonid Gechtoff (American, 1883-1941) Still Life Painting, oil on canvas, signed. Size: 18” x 24” (stretcher), 22.5” x 29” (frame). $400-600

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284. Nicolai (Nicola) Cikovsky (Russian/American, 1894-1984), “Fruit and Flower”, undated ca. 1950s, oil on canvas. Size: 14” x 18”. $2500-3500

285. Bruce Handiside Mitchell (Scottish/American, 1908-1963) Landscape, ca. 1950, watercolor. Unsigned, with attribution by Sterling Strauser personally. Size: 18” x 24”. $500-700

286. Nicolai (Nicola) Cikovsky (Russian/American, 1894-1984), “Cows at Pasture”, 1935, watercolor. Size: 12” x 16”. $1200-1800

287. Nicolai (Nicola) Cikovsky (Russian/American, 1894-1984), “Yellow Fields”, 1935, watercolor. Size: 11” x 16”. $1200-1800

288. Nicolai (Nicola) Cikovsky (Russian/American, 1894-1984), “Barber Shop”, 1931. Size: 10.25” x 13.5”. $1500

289. Raphael Soyer (American, 1899-1987), “The Search Party”, ca. 1950s, color lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 127 of 150. Size: 22.5” x 16.75”. $600-800

290. Oil Painting by Y. Campanella: “The Story”. Size: 38” x 32” (97 x 81 cm). $100-200

291. Raphael Soyer (American, 1899-1987), “Woman Combing Her Hair”, Lithograph. Size: 20” x 16”. $700-1000

292. Moses Soyer (Russian/American, 1899-1974), “Profile of Cynthia in Red”, undated, oil on canvas. Size: 18” x 14”. $5000-6000

293. Nicolai (Nicola) Cikovsky (Russian/American, 1894-1984), “Dancers at Rest”, ca. 1950s, oil on canvas. Size: 20” x 16”. $3000-4000

294. Moses Soyer (Russian/American, 1899-1974), “Reclining Nude”, undated, mixed media. Size: 14” x 13.25” (sight). $2000-3000

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295. Leonid Purygin (Russian, 1951-1996) Odalisque, oil on canvas, Circa 1975. Size: 18” x 21”. Provenance: Purchased in 1980 from Eduard Nakhamkin Fine Arts, Inc. (NY, NY). Exhibited: Edwin Scharff Museum, Neu-Ulm, Germany, 1991. Illustrated: “Russian Artists and Their Works”, page 18. $7000-10000

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296. Nancy Hebard (American, 1921-2000), “Trapeze”, ca. 1960, oil on canvas. Hebard was a close friend of Sterling Strauser, and important in artistic circles in Pennsylvania in the 20th century. Size: 52” x 33.5”. $1500

297. Marilyn Beckett (American), “Vanity”, 1973-4, oil on canvas. Size: 62” x 46”. $3000-4000

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298. Dmitry Krasnopevtsev (Russian, 1925-1995), “Composition With Shell”, 1958, watercolor and ink on paper. Provenance: David Burliuk, acquired as a gift from the artist; to present owner since the 1960s. Size: 16.5” x 20.5”. $25000-30000

299. Leonora Carrington (British/Mexican, 1917-2011) “Informacion Secreta”, 1974. Size: 30” x 22” (76 x 56 cm). Provenance: Gift from the Artist to Dr. Robert Lima. $2000-3000

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300. Signed Surrealist Exhibitions Poster for Surrealism - A Celebration: An Exhibition of Surrealist Art, November 7-21, Zoller Gallery, Penn State University. Signed by several Artists and individuals involved with the exhibition including Julian Levy. Size: 25” x 19” (sheet). $100-200

301. Group of Three Exhibition Posters: 1) Surrealism - A Celebration; 2) Susana Wald, signed poster; 3) Ludwig Zeller. Various Sizes. $100-200

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302. Jean Mercier (French, 1899-1995), “Marseille”, Vintage poster. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30.25” x 22.75 “. $300-500

303. Adolf Arthur Dehn (American, 1895-1968) Deco Style Dancing Couple Illustration, Original Pen and Ink on Paper. Size: 17” x 12”. $250-300

304. Adolf Arthur Dehn (American, 1895-1968) Deco Style Dancing Couple Illustration, Original Pen and Ink on Paper. Size: 17” x 12”. $250-300

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305. Leonard Pytlak (American, b. 1910), Jam Session, Lithograph on paper. Size: 14” x 17”. $200-300

306. Kazumi Amano (Japanese, 1927-2001), “Gage on Gage”, 1969, etching, numbered 26 of 30. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25 x 31. $100-150 305

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307. Misch Kohn (American, 1916-2002), “Eight”, 1977, lithograph and paint, numbered 1 of 5. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 23.5” x 16”. $100-150

308. Fernand Leger (French, 1881-1955), Geometric City Composition, Lithograph on paper. Size: 17” x 12.75” (image), 26” x 20” (paper). $800-900

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309. Fernand Leger (French, 1881-1955), Geometric Figures with Dog , Lithograph on paper. Size: 17” x 13” (image), 26” x 19.5” (sheet). $800-900

310. Fernand Leger (French, 1881-1955) Geometric Figures Composition, Lithograph on paper. Size: 16” x 22” (image), 20” x 25.25” (sheet). $800-900

311. Jacob Lawrence (African American, 1917-2000), Harlem Street Scene, Screenprint. Size: 30.5” x 22.5” (sheet); 24.5” x 18.5 (image). $2500-4000

312. Thelma Johnson Streat (African American, 1911-1959), Abstract Composition, Screenprint. Size: 13” x 18.5”. $1200-1500

314. Haitian Painting by Gilbert Desire. Size: 8.5” x 6.5” (sight), 16” x 14” (frame). $50-100

315. M. Guerre (Haitian, 20th c.) “Market Place”, 1991, signed. Acrylic on canvas, Size: 24” x 20” (stretcher). $800 -1200

316. Paul Beauvoir (Haitian, 1933-1972) oil on canvas, signed “P. Beauvior” lower right recto. Size: 32” x 24” (stretcher). $200-300

317. Charles Obas (Haitian, 20th c.) Two Works, oil on canvas board, in wood frames. Size (each): 7.5” x 4” (sight), 10” x 6” (frame). $100-150

318. Haitian Painting by Blanchard, mixed media on paper. Size: 13.5” x 8.5” (sight), 18.5” x 13” (frame). $50-100

319. Haitian Painting by Camille St. Charles, oil on canvas board. Size: 13.5” x 10.5” (sight), 19” x 15” (frame). $50 -100

320. Haitian Painting by Benoit, oil on canvas. Size: 15.5” x 19.5” (sight), 18.5” x 22.5” (frame). $50-100

321. Haitian Painting, illegibly signed, oil on canvas. Size: 17” x 21.5” (sight), 21.5” x 26” (frame). $50-100

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322. Haitian Painting by PH.SE. Hilairs, oil on board. Size: 6” x 8” (sight), 12.5” x 15” (frame). $50-100

323. Felix Jean (Haitian, 20th c.), Islanders and fish, c. 1965-1975, Painting. Size: 29.5” x 24” (74 x 61 cm). $300 -500 322

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324. Murat Briere (Haitian, 1938-1988), Islanders dancing around drummers, Painting. Size: 27.5” x 35.75” (70 x 91 cm). $800-1000

325. Philton Latortue (Haitian, 20th century) Junkano festival with masked figures in the streets, Painting. Size: 23.5” x 31”. $300-500 324

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326. Louis Joseph (Haitian, 20th c.) Islanders praying around a pear tree, 1974, painting. Size: 23.5” x 35” (59 x 89 cm). $300-500

327. Haitian Painting by Bondo. Size: 30.5” x 20.5” (stretcher), 34.75” x 24.75” (frame). $50-100 326

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328. Attributed to Joaquin Torres Garcia (Uruguayan, 1874-1949), Abstract Portrait of a Girl, Oil on Canvas. Size: 14” x 10.5” (stretcher). $6000-8000

329. Toshi Yashida (Japanese, 1911-1995), “Woman in Bagdad (sic)”, 1954, woodblock, titled, signed and dated. Size: 14” x 9.5” (sight), 19.5” x 14.5” (frame). $500-700 328

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330. Guo Yicong (Chinese, 1940) Contemporary Scroll Painting (Plum Blossom ), Signed, Inscribed. Size: 27” x 18” (image), 66” x 24” (overall). $1500-2500

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331. Guo Yicong (Chinese, 1940) Contemporary Scroll Painting (Bamboo and Bird of Paradise Flower ) Signed, Inscribed. Size: 54” x 13.5” (image), 95” x 18.5” (overall). $1500-2500

332. Fine Chinese Contemporary Hand-painted Scroll (Tree Branch with Insects) in the style of Qi Baishi (Chinese, 1864-1957), signed, inscribed. Acquired by the consignor in Beijing, China in the early 1980’s. Size: 32.5” x 15” (image), 73” x 19.5” (overall). $800-1200

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333. Chang Ran (Chinese, b. 1960) A Fine, Hand-painted Chinese Scroll (Traditional Landscape), Signed, Inscribed. Size: 25” x 18” (image), 70.5” x 23” (overall). $200-300

334. Chang Ran (Chinese, b. 1960) A Fine, Hand-painted Chinese Scroll (Traditional Landscape), Signed, Inscribed. Size: 27” x 17.5” (image), 70” x 22” (overall). $800-1200 334

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335. Chang Ran (Chinese, b. 1960) A Fine, Hand-painted Chinese Scroll (Traditional Landscape), Signed, Inscribed. Size: 13” x 17.5” (image), 59” x 22” (overall). $300-500

336. Chang Ran (Chinese, b. 1960) A Fine, Hand-painted Chinese Scroll (Traditional Landscape), Signed, Inscribed. Size: 27” x 17.5” (image), 70” x 22.5” (overall). $800-1200

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337. Chang Ran (Chinese, b. 1960) A Fine, Hand-painted Chinese Scroll (Seascape with Boats), Signed, Inscribed. Size: 13” x 17.5” (image), 58” x 22.5” (overall). $800-1200

338. Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760-1849) Woodblock Print. Size:14.25” x 9.75” (sheet). $200-300

339. Well Known Mainland Chinese Artist (20th c.), Woodblock, 1980, signed, numbered 2 of 10. Size: 12” x 12” (image). $200-300

340. 20th c. Chinese Artist, Woodblock, Landscape, 1991, signed and numbered 1of 5. Size: 24” x 24” (sight), 31.5” x 31” (frame). $300-500

341. 20th c. Chinese Artist, Woodblock, Landscape, 1991, signed and numbered 14 of 50. Size: 27” x 23.5” (sight), 35” x 31” (frame). $300-500

342. Zong Zhou Wang (Chinese, b. 1946), Oil Painting on Linen, 1985. Size: 27” x 46” (stretcher), 28” x 47” (frame). Published in Chinese Painters in America, First Edition. $500-700

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343. Zong Zhou Wang (Chinese, b. 1946), Oil Painting on Canvas, 1992. Size: 32” x 35” (stretcher), 33” x 36” (frame). $500-700

344. Zong Zhou Wang (Chinese, b. 1946), Oil Painting on Canvas, 1988. Size: 24” x 29.5” (stretcher), 25” x 30.5” (frame). $500-700

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345. Nigerian Painting by Oladiran Ok’go, “Village Scene”. Size: 15.5” x 19.5” (artwork), 18” x 22” (frame). $500

346. Jimoh Buraimoh (Nigerian, b. 1943), Bead Painting, 1989. Size: 37” x 11.5” (artwork), 47” x 21” (frame). $800 -1200 347. Gani Odutokun (Nigerian, 1946-1995), “Hurley Burley I”, 1990, Oil on Canvas. Size: 16.5” x 23.5” (artwork), 25.5” x 32” (frame). $4000-6000

348. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Mother of Twins”, Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 21.5” x 8” (artwork), 22.5” x 9” (frame). $400-600 29


349. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Sun Worshipers”, 1991. Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 48” x 20” (artwork), 49.5” x 21.5” (frame). $1500-2000

350. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Women Protesters”, 1990. Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 48” x 20” (artwork), 53” x 25.5” (frame). $1500-2000 349

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351. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Durbar Procession”, 1991. Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 24” x 18” (artwork), 25” x 19” (board). $1500-2000

352. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Royalty”, 1989. Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 39.5” x 23.5” (artwork), 43” x 27” (frame). $1500-2000 351

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353. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Ancient Marriage”, Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 25” x 10.5” (artwork). $400-600

354. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Journey to the Market”, Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 25” x 11” (artwork). $400-600 353

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355. Tony Enebeli (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Motherhood”, 1989. Original Metal Foil Etching. Size: 22.5” x 30.5” (artwork), 27” x 35” (frame). $1000-1500

356. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b. 1947), “Traditional Motifs (Adire)”, 1989. Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 24” x 23.5” (artwork), 30” x 29.5” (frame). $1500-2500 355

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357. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b. 1947), “Traditional Motifs (Adire)”, 1989. Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 24” x 24” (artwork), 30” x 30” (frame). $1500-2500 358. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”, 1989. Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 16” x 11” (artwork), 20.5” x 15.5” (frame). $800-1200 357

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359. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”. Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 11” x 10.5” (artwork), 15.5” x 15.5” (frame). $800-1200

360. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”, Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 10.5” x 10.5” (artwork), 15” x 15” (frame). $800-1200

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361. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”, Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 20” x 4” (artwork), 24” x 8” (frame). $400-600

362. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”, Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 20” x 4” (artwork), 24” x 8” (frame). $400-600

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363. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”, Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 17” x 6.5” (artwork), 22” x 11.25” (frame). $800-1200

364. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Motif”, Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 17” x 6.5” (artwork), 22” x 11.25” (frame). $800-1200 363

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365. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Durbar”, 1989. Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 30” x 48” (artwork), 36.5” x 54.5” (frame). $5000-7000

366. David H. Dale (Nigerian, b.1947), “Dignity of Labour”, 1989, Original Metal Foil Work. Size: 33.5” x 24” (artwork), 39.5” x 29.5” (frame). $4000-6000 365

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367. Ben Enwonwu (Nigerian, 1921-1994), “Remi”, 1977. Bronze. Size: 7” (height of Bronze), 10” x 3.25” x 3.5” (overall). $8000-12000

368. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Soul Musicians”, 2001, Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 35” x 35” (artwork), 40.5” x 40.5” (frame). $1000-1500 367

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369. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “One Village Woman in the Forest of Ghosts”, 2001, Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 35.5” x 33.5” (artwork), 41” x 39” (frame). $1000-1500

370. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Osun Festival,” 2001, Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 33.5” x 34.5” (artwork), 39” x 40” (frame). $1000-1500

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371. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Forwardness”, 2001, Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 27” x 36.5” (artwork), 32” x 42” (frame). $1000-1500

372. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Joy of Mothers”, 2001. Pen & Ink Drawing, Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 35.5” x 33” (artwork), 41” x 38” (frame). $1000-1500

373. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Togetherness”, 2001. Pen & Ink Drawing, Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 31” x 33.5” (artwork), 36.5” x 39” (frame). $1000-1500

374. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Market Woman”, 2001. Pen & Ink Drawing, Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 16.5” x 11.5” (artwork), 22” x 16.75” (frame). $800-1200

375. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Horn Player”, 2001. Pen & Ink Drawing, Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 16.5” x 11.5” (artwork), 22” x 16.75” (frame). $800-1200 375

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376. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Feeding the Spiritual Fish”, 2001. Pen & Ink Drawing, Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 16.5” x 11.5” (artwork), |22” x 16.75” (frame). $800-1200

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377. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “The Entertainer”, 2001. Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 29.5” x 9” (artwork), 34.5” x 14” (frame). $800-1200

378. Alao Dipo (Nigerian, 20th c.) “Communication with the Goddess”, 2001, Pen, Ink and Watercolor on Rice Paper. Size: 29.5” x 9” (artwork), 34.5” x 14” (frame). $800-1200

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379. Nimbe (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Woman with Basket”, Thread Art. Size: 36” x 17” (artwork), 44.5” x 25” (frame). $1500-2000

380. Nimbe (Nigerian, 20th c.), “Woman Pounding”, Thread Art. Size: 25” x 9.25” (artwork), 25.5” x 10” (frame). $200-300

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381. Clarence Morgan (American, 20th c.), “Divergence”, 1975-1976. Polymer Paint on Canvas. Size: 65” x 60” (stretcher). $2500-3500

382. Emanuel Okuku (Playboy), Untitled, Painting, 1984. Size: 31.5” x 35” (stretcher). $800-1200

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383. Emanuel Okuku (Playboy), “In the Hut,” Painting. Size: 30.5” x 33” (stretcher). $800-1200

384. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigeria, 1944-2011) “The Mother and Tattooed Body...” Ink, watercolor, and oil on wood, a sculptor’s painting on two carved and tiered layers of wood; Osogbo, 1980. Size: 4’ x 8’. $8000-12000

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385. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigeria, 1944-2011) “Dream of a... Bird”, ink and acrylic on canvas. Size: 24” x 18” (stretcher), 25” x 19” (frame). $600-900

386. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigeria, 1944-2011) 2005, “Color in Fabric Design”, ink and acrylic on canvas. Size: 16” x 20” (stretcher), 21” x 17” (frame). $400-600

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387. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigeria, 1944-2011), “Boxes”, mixed media on canvas. Size: 30” x 30” (stretcher), 31” x 31” (frame). $600-900

388. Sam Maitin (American, 1928-2004) Limited Edition Print, signed and numbered 99/100. Size: 25” x 19” (sight), 34” x 27” (frame). $100-200

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389. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “The Potential of We”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 156” (3 Parts). $900

390. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Sparks”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 132” x 168” (4 Parts). $1200-1800

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391. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Still Waters”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 60”. $300-500

392. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Soul Machining”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 108” x 108” (3 Parts). $900 -1500 391

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393. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Ripple”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 60”. $300-500

394. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Bosscat AKA Pop”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 156” x 132” (5 Parts). $1500 -2500 393

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395. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Untitled #1”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 60”. $300-500

396. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Lavender Mist”. Painting on Canvas, Three Pieces. Size: 156” x 84”. $900 -1500 396

397. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Untitled #2”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 60”. $300-500

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398. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Wall of Early Morning Lights”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 60”. $300 -500

399. Robert Pepper (American, 20th c.) “Untitled Fall”. Painting on Canvas. Size: 60” x 60”. $300-500

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400. Gerald Laing (British, 1936-2011), “Screen (Witness)”, 1968, lithograph with foil , numbered 5 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29 x 23”. $250-350

401. Gerald Laing (British, 1936-2011), “Trace”, lithograph, numbered 5 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29”x 23”. $250-350

402. Gerald Laing (British, 1936-2011), “Headers”, 1968, lithograph/ mixed media, numbered 5 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29” x 23”. $250-350 33


403. Gerald Laing (British, 1936-2011), “Gold Standard”, 1968, lithograph, numbered 5 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29” x 23”. $250-350

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404. Toshimatsu Kuremoto (Japanese), “Landscape 8”, 1974, silkscreen, numbered 6 of 20. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 28.5” x 21.25”. $150-250

405. Jean-Marie Haessle (French/American), Untitled, 1978, drawing and collage. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 28” x 40”. $150-250

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406. Mario Dubsky (British, 1939-1985), “Evening”, 1972, graphic,numbered 6 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.75” x 29.25”. $100-150

407. Aijiro Wakita (Japanese, b. 1942), “New York 10”, 1969, mixed media, numbered 81 of 100. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 26” x 20”. $100-150 407

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408. Barbara Blades (American), “Untitled”, 1978, color pencil on paper. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 36.5” x 29”. $250-350

409. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945), Two Works: “Pulsar VIII” and “Pulsar III”, Silkscreen, 44/70. Size: 29” x 25” (each sheet). $200-300 409 410

410. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945) Two Works: 1) “Nebula I” 56/70; 2) “Nebula VII”, A/P, Silkscreen. Size: 23” x 29” (each sheet). $200-300

411. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945), Two Works: “Nebula VI” and “Nebula IV”, A/P, Silkscreen. Size: 23” x 29” (each sheet). $200-300 411

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412. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945), Two Works: “Nebula II” and “Nebula VIII”, A/P, Silkscreen. Size: 23” x 29” (each sheet). $200-300

413. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945) Three Works: “Chronos VIII”, “Chronos IV” and “Chronos I”, 19/70, Silkscreen. Size: 29” x 25” (each sheet). $200-300

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414. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945) Two Works: “Pulsar IV” and “Pulsar VI”, 44/70 Silkscreen. Size: 23” x 29” (each sheet). $200-300

415. Marko Spalatin (American, b. 1945) Two Works: “Quantum VI” and “Quantum VIII”, 53/70, Silkscreen, . Size: 29” x 25” (each sheet). $200-300 415

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416. Takashi Hara (Japanese/American), “Tensor 75-23”, 1975, lithograph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22.5”x 30”. $100-150

417. Takashi Hara (Japanese/American), “Tensor 75-22”, 1975, lithograph, numbered 11 of 50. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 35.5” x 25”. $100-150

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418. Edna Andrade (American, 1917-2008), “Yellow Bounce”, 1978, silkscreen, numbered 9 of 50. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29” x 29”. $100-200

419. Clarence Holbrook Carter (American, 1904-2000), “Transection I”, 1971, screenprint, numbered 35 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22” x 30”. $150-250

420. Claude Kent (American), “Untitled #16”, 1980, enamel, pigments, oil and wax. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.5” x 33”. $150-250

421. Claude Kent (American), “Untitled #14”, 1980, enamel, pigments, oil and wax. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25” x 25”. $150-250

422. Manner of Agnes Martin: Three works on paper, drawing, unsigned. Size: Each 5” x 5” x 5”. $150-200 422 423

423. Jean Pierre Yvaral (French, 1934-2002), “Structure Cubiques”, 1975, graphic. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.5” x 29.5”. $150-250

424. Piero Dorazio (Italian, 1927-2005), “Untitled XVI”, 1968, lithograph, numbered 59 of 86. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 25” x 35.5”. $100-150

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425. Piero Dorazio (Italian, 1927-2005), “Untitled XXV”, 1969, lithograph, numbered 23 of 80. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 19.25” x 30”. $200-300

426. Nicholas Krushenick (American, 1929-1999), “Iron Butterfly #3”, 1968, silkscreen. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 27.5” x 35.5”. $200-300

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427. Ernest Trova (American, 1927-2009), “Profile Cantost Gox Series”, 1975, silkscreen, numbered 36 of 150. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 41.75” x 29.75”. $200-300

428. Ernest Trova (American, 1927-2009), “Series #75”, silkscreen, numbered 36 of 150. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 41.75” x 32.25”. $200-300

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429. James Havard (American, b. 1937), “Kiva Ladder”, 1985, mixed media on paper. Size: 20.5” x 21.5” (sight), 27” x 28” (frame). $1000-2000

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430. James Rosenquist (American, b. 1933), Paper Clip, 1974, AP, Lithograph in Colors. Size: 34” x 76” (sight), 46.5” x 78.5” (frame). $5000-7000

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431. Chryssa Vardea-Mavromichali (Greek/American, b. 1933), “Times Square”, 1978, silkscreen, numbered 39 of 75. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 22” x 30”. $200-300

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432. Donald Sultan (American, b.1951), “Apples”, 1989. Print, signed and numbered 66 of 125. Published by Parasol Press. Framed. Size: 23” x 22” (sheet), 25.4” x 24.5” (frame). $1000-1500

433. Donald Sultan (American, b.1951), “Fish”, 1990. Print, signed and numbered 66 of 125. Published by Parasol Press. Framed. Size: 23” x 22” (sheet), 25.4” x 24.5” (frame). $1000-1500

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434. Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976), Untitled (Elephants), Original Framed Lithograph, signed and numbered 9 of 175. Size: 22” x 30” (sheet), 28” x 38” (frame). $1500-2500

435. Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976), Rare Portfolio box and inside sheets. Size: 31” x 23” x 1.5” (box). $100-200

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436. Alex Katz (American, b. 1927) “Grey Dress”, lithograph. Signed and numbered 54 of 110. Publisher: Styria Studio, New York. Size: 36” x 28”. $2000-4000

437. Alex Katz (American, b. 1927) “Self Portrait with Green Jacket”, lithograph, signed and numbered 92 of 150. Publisher: Styria Studio, New York. Size: 36” x 24”. $1000-1500

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438. Alex Katz (American, b. 1927) “Sweatshirt II” (Self portrait); lithograph from Alex and Ada, the 1960s to the 1980s series, 1990, signed and numbered 94 of 150. Styria Studio, New York. Size: 36” x 28.5”. $1000-1500

439. Alex Katz (American, b. 1927) “American Dance Festival”, Lithograph Poster, 1979. Size: 29.5” x 20”. $100 -200 439

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440. Alex Katz (American, b. 1927), Portfolio Title Sheet for Alex and Ada, the 1960s to the 1980s series, Styria Studio, New York 1990. Size: 36” x 32.5” (sheet). $50-100

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441. ANDY WARHOL’S INDEX (BOOK) First Printing, signed and numbered 53 of 365. Published in 1967 by Random House Inc. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 67-22621. Size: 11.25” x 8.5” x .5”. $1000-1500


442. Murray Alcosser (American, 1937-1992), “Gold Coins”, 1979, photograph. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 30” x 40”. $250-350

443. Edward Matalon (American, 20th c.) Group of 27 Color Photographs. Size: 24” x 20” (sheet). $200-300 442

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444. Aaron Siskind (American, 1903-1991), “Terra Cotta 13”, 1960s, gelatin silver print photograph. Size: 9.75” x 11.75”. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. $2000-3000

445. Karen Knorr (German, b. 1954), “The Libertine Manner of Reading”, 1986, cibachrome, edition. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 34.5” x 36”. $800-1200

446. Andrea Barrist Stern (American, 20th c.): Group of 13 Black and White (Silver Gelatin Emulsion) Documentary Photographs of Guatemala, 1974. Each is mounted to board ), titled, signed and numbered 1/50. Size: 11” x 14” (board). $200-300

447. Jean Louis Forain (French, 1852-1931), Domestic Scene, Lithograph. Size: 17” x 9”. $250-300

448. Eugene Higgins (American, 1874-1958), Portrait, original work on paper. Size: 19” x 12”. $500-700

449. Lester George Hornby (American, 1882-1956), Gloucester Harbour (Massachusetts), Lithograph. Size: 13” x 17”. $200-300

450. Felix Henri Bracquemond (1833-1914) “le conseiller Bachelier” 1877, etching, Imp Salmon. Size: 7.75” x 9.75” (plate), 11.5” x 16” (sheet). $200-300

451. Raphael Soyer (American, 1899-1987), “Passerby”, 1935, sepia etching with aquatint, signed in pencil and numbered 154 of 250. Size: 14” x 11”. $500-700

452. Ellison Hoover (American, 1888-1955), Washington Square Arch - Frontal View (Manhattan, New York City), Lithograph on paper. Size: 12.75” x 9.5” (image), 16” x 12” (sheet). $550-650

453. Ellison Hoover (American, 1888-1955), Washington Square Arch Side View (Manhattan, New York City), Lithograph on paper. Size: 12.75” x 9.5” (image), 16” x 12” (sheet). $550-650

454. Alexandria Brook (American, 1898-1960), “Woman with Scarf”, ca. 1960s, monoprint. Size: 8” x 6”. $100-200 454

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455. David A. Frye (American), “Big Head Turning,” 1985, etching. Size: 23.75” x 17.5”. $100-200

456. Thomas B. “Tommy” Allen, (American, 1928-2004), “Dream”, ca. 1960’s, etching and wash A/P. Size: 7” x 6”. $300-500 455

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457. Thomas B. “Tommy” Allen (American, 1928-2004), “Shepherds,” ca. 1960’s, stone lithograph. Size: 16.5” x 14”. $600-800

458. Victor Alvarez-Brunicardi (Venezuelan/American, b. 1941), “Crucifixion,” 1983, graphite drawing. Size: 30” x 42”. $3000-4000 457

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459. Victor Alvarez-Brunicardi (Venezuelan/American, b. 1941), “Mother and Child”, 1984, graphite on paper, signed and dated. Size: 20” x 20” (sight), 30” x 29.5” (frame). $2000-3000

460. Victor Alvarez-Brunicardi (Venezuelan/American, b. 1941), Untitled, 1984, graphite drawing. Size: 13” x 13”. $600-800 459

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461. Gayla Lemke (American), “Til Death Do Us Part,” 1979, etching, numbered 3 of 5. Signed in pencil. Size: 9” x 9”. $200-400

462. David Waterman (American, 20th c.), Untitled, etching A/P. Size: 7.5” x 23.75”. $100-200 461

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463. After Albrect Durer Print (possibly by Raimondi), Etching. Size: 5.75” x 4.25” (sight), 20.25” x 13” (frame). $100-200

464. Illustration Art Painting signed Gaul, Two Civil War Officers, Oil on Canvas. Size: 21” x 15” (53 x 38 cm). $50-100

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465. F. F. Palmer (American, 19th c.), Wild Duck Hunting Scene, 1858, oil painting. Size: 17” x 23” (43 x 58 cm). $300-500

466. Voyage en Suisse, unknown artist. Provenance: The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Size: 29.5 x 41”. $150-250

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467. A Scene in Russian Finland, The Seal of a Nobleman near Wyburg, Intaglio Print, framed. Size: 16.75” x 20.75” (43 x 53 cm). $50-100

468. Raphael Soyer (American, 1899-1987), “The Artist’s Mother”, lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 82 of 150. Size: 20” x 16”. $500-700

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469. Honore Daumier, “Quand On A Du Guignon, No. 4” Lithograph. Size: 11.75” x 8.75” (sight), 18.5” x 14.5” (frame). $40-60

470. Pierre Bonnard (French 1867-1947), Artist’s Studio Lithograph. Size: 17” x 18.5”. $800-1000 469

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471. Joseph Hecht (British/Polish, 1891-1951), Two Engravings: 1) “Rue de Soleil” etching, signed and numbered 3 of 30. Size: 12” x 9.5” (sheet); 2) “ Coq (Cock), 1944, engraving. Size: 10.25” x 13.5” (sheet). $400-600

472. Atelier Andre Derain Lithograph, Nude Figure. Size: 24” x 18”. $250-300

473. George Richmond (British, 1809-1896), Nude Girl Bathing (two-sided drawing), 1879, Work on paper. Size: 16” x 11” (41 x 28 cm). $400-600

474. Henri Lebasque (French, 1865-1937), Female Nude Study, Drawing on paper. Size: 8” x 8” (image), 10.5” x 11.5” (sheet), mounted on board measuring 16” x 20”. $800-1000

475. Henri Lebasque (French, 1865-1937), Two Female Nudes, Pastel on paper. Size: 6” x 9.75” (paper), mounted on board measuring 16” x 20”. $900-1000

476. Henri Lebasque (French, 1865-1937), Portrait of a Young Man, Watercolor and pencil on paper. Size: 3.5” x 3.25” (image), mounted on board measuring 20” x 16”. $900-1000

477. Painting Signed: Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988), Parisian Autumn Scene, Oil on Canvas. Size: 19” x 23” (48 x 58 cm). $6000-8000

478. Dutch Painting (Possibly 18th c.) Bar Scene, Oil on board. Size: 16” x 12.5”. $800-1000

479. Jose Villegas y Cordero (Spanish, 1844-1921) The Young Prince, Oil on Canvas, Signed and dated “Villegas/ Hispali/ MDCCCLXXX”. Size: 78” x 40” (stretcher), 84” x 45” (frame). $10000-15000

480. Charles E. Proctor (American, 1891-1949), Portrait of a Lady as Diana, circa 1920s, Oil Painting on Canvas. Size: 22.5” x 18.5” (57 x 47 cm). $1000-1500

481. Jean Andre Rixens (French, 1846-1924), A Wood Nymph, Oil on Canvas. Size: 17” x 11.25” (43 x 29 cm). $1500-2500

482. 18th-19th Century Continental School “Gentleman at Prayer,” oil on canvas laid on wood. Size: 21” x 16”. $600-900

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483. Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen (Germany, 1813-1886), Fidelity (possibly a depiction of the poet Friedrich von Schiller, his wife and son), 1845, Oil on Canvas. Size: 42.5” x 32” (108 x 81 cm). $5000-6000

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484. European School Old Master Biblical Scene - Follower of Murillo, Oil Painting. Size: 50” x 40.5” (127 x 103 cm). $1500-2000 484

485. Two Religious, Stations of the Cross Paintings Depicting Jesus Christ. Oil on Canvas. Early 20th c. Provenance: ex Collection of a Church in KY. Size: 51” x 38” (left), 64” x 38”(right). $400-600

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486. George Ana Fuller (1822-1884) Mother and Child, Painting. Size: 25” x 20” (64 x 51 cm). $500-600

487. Follower of Jacob Jordeans (Flemish, 1593-1678), oil on canvas. Inscribed “Voornght Spaert Smerte”. Size: 38.5” x 31”. $5000-8000

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488. Louis Michel Eilshemius (American, 1864-1941), “In Full Sail”, ca. 1908, oil on masonite. Size: 27.75” x 23.75”. $3000-5000

489. Thorvald Niss (Denmark, 1842-1905) “Frederiksborg”, dated 27-28 Octb. 1879. Oil on Canvas. Size: 22” x 35”, 56 x 89 cm (stretcher), 28.5” x 42”, 73 x 107 cm (frame). $800-1200

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490. Paul Jean Clays (Belgian, 1819-1900), Boats in A Harbor, oil. Size: 21”x 17” (53 x 43 cm). $1000-1500

491. Joseph Rusling Meeker (American, 1827-1889), A Two-Master Passing by Drowning Figures in Choppy Seas, Oil on Canvas. Size: 33” x 50” (84 x 128 cm). $5000-7000

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492. Attributed to Thomas Chambers (American, 1819-1888), Hauling in the Nets with a Squall Offshore, 1866, Oil on Canvas. Size: 26.5” x 21.5” (67 x 55 cm). $900-1200

493. George Vicat Cole (British, 1833-1893), Summer Landscape, 1876. Size: 20” x 30” (51 x 76 cm). $2000-3000

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494. Louis Michel Eilshemius (American, 1864-1941), “Landscape with Waterfall”, ca. 1910, oil on masonite. Size: 17.75” x 27.25”. $3000-5000

495. Louis Michel Eilshemius (American, 1864-1941), “Woodland Scene”, ca. 1910, oil on board. Size: 16” x 24.5”. $3000-5000

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496. Krotter (19th-20th c.), Landscape, oil on canvas, signed. Size: 24” x 36.5” (stretcher), 32” x 44” (frame). $400 -600


497. Manner of Rubens Peale (American 19th c.), Still Life with Peaches, Melons, Grapes and Pears on a Tiled Surface, Oil on Canvas. Size: 18” x 30” (46 x 77 cm). $2000-3000

498. Attributed to Ellen Ladell (British 19th c.) Still Life: A Taxidermy Arrangement of Birds under a Glass Dome on a Book, a Bouquet of Flowers in an Earthenware Vase on a Ledge, Oil on Canvas. Size: 26” x 22” (66 x 56 cm). $3000-5000

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499. William Mason Brown (American, 1828-1898) Still Life with Peaches, Cantaloupe, and Tomato, Oil on Board. Size: 18” x 28” (46 x 71 cm). $4000-5000

500. Charles Thomas Bale (British, 1826-1925), Still Life with Fruit and Game, Oil on Canvas. Size: 20” x 30” (51 x 76 cm). $500-800

501. Ludwig August Burckhardt (Swiss, 1807-1878) Four Old Master Oil Paintings on Canvas, 1865: A Hare and Two Snipes Hanging on a Wall; A Goldeneye, A Teal, a Snipe and a Partridge Hanging on a Wall; A Mallard. Size: 74” x 47” (stretcher). $12000-15000

502. 20th c. Ethnographic Painting (Figure with Water Jug), Oil on Canvas, illegible signature. Size: 20” x 15” (51 x 38 cm). $100-200

503. Jacques Voyet (French, b. 1927), Still Life of Flowers, Oil on Canvas. Size: 17.5” x 10.25” (44 X 26 cm). $200 -400

504. Carl Christian Brenner (American, 1838-1888), Hudson River School Landscape. Size: 19” x 15” (48 x 38 cm). $1000-2000

505. Sheldon Parsons (American, 1866-1943), Evening Landscape. Size: 18” x 24” (46 x 61 cm). $2000-3000

506. Hermann Ottomar Herzog (German/American, 1832-1932), Woodland Interior, Oil Painting. Size: 9.25” x 8.5” (24 x 22 cm). $900-1500

507. Early 20th Century Painting signed McKay, Mother and Child, Oil on Canvas. Size: 38” x 26”. $800-1000

508. Continental School Painting (20th c.) Women Reading, Oil Painting. Size: 16.5” x 24” (42 x 61 cm). $50-100

509. Enoch Wood Perry (American, 1831-1915), Country Festival, 1865, Oil on Canvas. Size: 17” x 30.75” (43 x 78 cm). $3000-4000

510. 19th Century Gold Leaf Frame. Size: 53” x 47”. $500-800

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511. Hermann Hanatschek (Austrian, 1873), Portrait of a Young Girl in a Peach Dress, 1925, oil painting. Size: 28” x 21.5” (71 x 55 cm). $200-300

512. Early American School, Mother and Daughter, oil painting. Size: 27.5” x 21”. $500-800 511

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513. Alfred Jonniaux (Danish, 1882-1974), Portrait of a Lady, Oil on Canvas. Size: 18” x 15” (46 x 38 cm). $200-400

514. Edmund Pizzella (Italian/American, 1868-1941), Portrait of a Gentleman, Painting. Size: 32.25” x 22.25”. $300-500 513

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515. August Moreau (French, 1834-1917), “Woman Carrying Wood,” undated, bronze sculpture. Size: 26” x 19” x 15”. $900-1000

516. George Nista (American, 20th c.) Life Size Saint John Sculpture, Painted Plaster. Size: 65” x 46” x 25” (overall). $800-1200 516

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517. Sarah Peters (American, 20th c.), Bronze Casting of a Head on a stone base. Size: 9.5” x 6.5” x 7” (bronze) on 3.5” x 5.5” x 4” (base). $200-300

518. 3 Bronze Sculptures (Unknown Artist, 20th c.) Ranging in size from: 9” x 3.25” x 2.75” to 9.5” x 7.5” x 3.5”. $300-500

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519. 4 Wall Hanging Bronze Works (Unknown Artist, 20th c.) Ranging in size from: 6” x 3” x 0.5” to 13” x 7” x 0.5”. $200-300

520. Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894), “Hawk”, undated, bronze sculpture. Size: 28” x 17” x 10”. $3000-6000

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521. Collection of 6 Photography Books. Titles include: The Preacher and His Congregation, The End of The Game, War, The History of Photography, The Hurrell Style, and Private Pictures. $50-100

522. Collection of 5 Art Books Centered on Primitive Painting and Arts. Titles include: Primitive Painters, Five Primitive Masters, American Primitive Painting, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection: Masterpieces of Primitive Art, and Primitive Painting. $50-100

523. Collection of 12 Architecture and Design Books. Titles include: Chicago’s Famous Buildings, Sticks and Stones, The Brown Decades, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, Chicago: Growth of a Metropolis, The Chicago School of Architecture, Modern Decorative Arts (1930), Frank LLoyd Wright’s Fallingwater, Treasury of American Design and Antiques, Florida Architecture of Addison Mizner, Authentic Small Houses of the Twenties, The Four Books of Architecture. $50-100 523

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524. Collection of 6 Art Books Centered on Biography and Discussion. Titles include: Fakes and Forgeries, The Voices of Silence, Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo, Duveen, Fake!: The Story of Elmyr de Hory..., and Hirshorn: Medici from Brooklyn. $50-100 525. Collection of 8 Art Books. Featuring Masterpieces of Elshemius, George Bottini: Painter of Montmarte, Toulouse Lautrec, The Courtauld Collection, Kirkeby Paintings, Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective, The American Impressionists, Turner. $50-100

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526. Collection of 9 Early 1960’s Hardcover “Art in America” Magazines. $50-100

527. Collection of 10 Art Books. Centered on History and Analysis. Includes: Art Through the Ages, 3 volumes of History of American Painting, A Concise History of Modern Art, Out of This Century, The Conception of Art, The Visual Dialogue, History of Art, and The Art of Painting. $50-100

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528. Henry Moore Poster, “An American Portrait 1776-1976”. Size: 28” x 21”. $200-300

529. Mark Tobey Poster. Size: 27.5”x 19.5”. $100-200 530. Jean Rene Bazaine Poster, Galerie Maeght, Unsigned. Size: 25” x 16.5”. $200-300

531. Josef Albers ‘70 Poster, Olympische Spiele Munchen 1972, Screenprint. Size: 34” x 25” (sheet). $200-300

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532. Joan Miró (Spanish, 1893-1983) Poster: Musee de L’Athenee Geneve. Size: 25” x 17.25”. $400-600

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Artist

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Albers, Josef 531 Alcosser, Murray 442 Alimario, Terence 165, 164, 163 Allan, William 102 Allen, Thomas B. 456, 457, 61 Alvarez-Brunicardi, Victor 460, 458, 459, 53 Amano, Kazumi 306 Andrade, Edna 418 Appell, Thelma 162 Aujame, Jean 58 Autumn, Parisian 477 Ayoroa, Rudy 119 Bale, Charles Thomas 500 Barnett, Will 52 Bazaine, Jean Rene 530 Beardsley, John 44, 45 Beauvior, Paul 316 Beckett, Marilyn 297 Berlin, Beatrice 135 Bertoia, Harry 196, 195, 193, 194 Bezombes, Roger 34 Bjorklund, Lee 112 Blades, Barbara 408 Bogert, George Henry 246 Bondo 327 Bonnard, Pierre 470 Boxer, Stanley 158 Bracquemond, Felix Henri 450 Breiger, Elaine 121, 120 Briere, Murat 324 Brintzenhofe, Richard 95 Brook, Alexandria 454 Brown, William Mason 499 Brunsden, John 106 Bruss, Jim 114 Bugzester, Maxim 263 Buraimoh, Jimoh 346 Burckhardt, Ludwig August 501 Burliuk, David 281, 277, 278, 271, 273, 276, 272, 275, 274, 279, 280, 282 Calder, Alexander 434, 435 Carrington, Leonora 299 Carter, Clarence Holbrook 419 Chagall, Marc 140, 141, 142 Chambers, Thomas (Attributed) 492 Charlton, Gene 167, 169 Chryssa 431 Cikovsky, Nicolai 293, 284, 286, 287, 288 Clave, Antonio 33 Coe, Sue 31 Coignard, James 68, 69 Cole, George Vicat 493 Colombo, Paolo 151 Conlon, William 108 Cooper, J. Bradley 75 Copello, Francisco 51 Coppedge, Fern (Attributed) 238 Court, Clark 73 Dale, David H. 356, 357, 366, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365, 358, 359, 360 Dali, Louis 254 Davies, Ted 47 Dawson, John 177, 176 De Forest, Roy 28 de Knight, Avel C. 161 De La Serna, Ismael Gonzalez 172 De Martini, Joseph 219 Dehn, Adolf Arthur 303, 304 Derain, Andre 472 Detwiller, Frederick K. 42, 43 Diamond, Martha 82 Dipo, Alao 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 378 Dorazio, Piero 424, 425 Dowd, Terry 37, 36, 35 Draney, Sara 96 Duback, Charles 110 Dubsky, Mario 406 Dufy, Raoul 231 Duteurtre, Pierre Eugene 214 Eilshemius, Louis Michel 488, 494, 495 Eisenstat, Ben 236, 235 Eisenstat, Benjamin 237, 234 Enebeli, Tony 349, 350, 351, 352, 348, 353, 354, 355 Ericson, Richard Joseph 260, 261 Farmer, Maurice 113 Ferrer, Rafael 65 Ferri, Antonio 144, 145, 146 Flanagan, Barry 46 Forain, Jean Louis 447 Forsythe, Charlotte 103 Fougeron, Andre 168 Friedlaender, Bilge 150 Frye, David A. 455 Fuller, George Ana 486 Gabrielson, Walter 40 Garcia, Joaquin Torres (Attributed) 328 Gatto, Victor Joseph 20, 21, 18, 19

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Gaughan, Tom 131, 186 Gaul 464 Gechtoff, Leonid 283 Gibbons, Margarita 209 Gladdalon, Rimo 64 Goetz, Henri 39 Goodale, Christine 97 Gorin, Jean Albert 79 Gorny, Anthony-Petr 50, 49 Graham, Geoffrey 98 Grahm 105 Gruenberg, Gina 190 Guerre, M. 315 Haessle, Jean-Marie 405, 86 Hanatschek, Hermann 511 Hara, Takashi 417, 416 Havard, James 429 Hayter, Stanley William 111 Hebard, Nancy 296 Hecht, Joseph 471 Heisman, Bobbie 185 Helion, Jean 80, 83 Herzog, Hermann Ottomar 506 Higgins, Eugene 448 Hokusai, Katsushika 338 Holly, John D. 16, 15, 13, 14 Hoover, Ellison 453, 452 Hornby, Lester G. 449 Hostetler, Susan 93 Hough, Liz 170, 171 Hubbard, John 266 Hurwitz, Susan 84 Hyppolite, Hector 172A Il Vero Albano, Robert Barnes 160 Isailoff, Alexandre 187 Islam, Monirul 87 Iwami, Reika 92 Jacklin, Bill 90 Jacob, Max 251 Jansem, Jean 71 Jean, Felix 323 Johnson, Jerald 109 Jones, Joe 213 Jonniaux, Alfred 513 Joseph, Louis 326 Kahn, Erika 99 Kalick, Charles 179 Kamahira, Ben 178 Katz, Alex 439, 436, 440, 437, 438 Kawage, Matthias 191 Kent, Claude 421, 420 Kitaj, R.B. 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 124 Kleinholz, Frank 56, 55, 59 Knigin, Michael 26 Knorr, Karen 445 Kohn, Misch 307 Koim, Phyllis 66 Koss, Allen 233, 232 Krasnopevtsev, Dmitry 298 Kreisel, Alexander 203 Krushenick, Nicholas 426 Kuremoto, Toshimatsu 404 Kwasniewska, Barbara 208 Ladell, Ellen (Attributed) 498 Laing, Gerald 403, 402, 400, 401 Lalonde, Jay 72 Latortue, Philton 325 Lawrence, Jacob 311 Lebasque, Henri 474, 475, 476 Leger, Fernand 308, 309, 310, 25 Lemke, Gayla 461 Leroy, Harold M. 74 Levit, Herschel 215 Linneman, Bertha 243 Lipschitz, Jaques 27 Lord, Don 205 Lueders, Jimmy 175 Lupertz, Markus 143 Macwithey, Doug 148, Magenta, Muriel 91 Maitin, Sam 388 Matalon, Edward 443 Matlock-Hinkle, Maryann 155, 156, 157, 159 Matthews, James 115 Mazur, Michael 180 McCarthy, Francis 181, 184, 182 McEntee, Jervis 252 Meeker, Joseph Rusling 491 Mercier, Jean 302 Meyer von Bremen, Johann Georg 483 Meyer, Elizabeth 153 Milloff, Mark 166 Miro, Joan 532 Mitchell, Bruce Handiside 285 Moigniez, Jules 520

Artist

Index

Moigniez, Jules 520 Moore, Henry 528, 147 Moreau, August 515 Morgan, Clarence 381 Morris, Robert 78 Morrison, Keith 123 Mullen, Philip 88 Neiman, Le Roy 54 Nesbit, Lowell 60 Nestinger, Laurel 77, 76 Nevelson, Louise 152 Nezin, Len 207 Niss, Thorvald 489 Obas, Charles 317 Odutokun, Gani 347 Okada, Kenzo 104 Okamoto, Susanne 154 Okuku, Emanuel 382, 383 Palmore, Tom 32 Papart, Max 38 Parker, Robert Andrew 199 Parsons, Sheldon 505, Pepper, Robert 389, 390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399 Perkins, Philip 217 Perry, Enoch Wood 509 Peters, Sarah 517, 29, 30 Pizzella, Edmund 514 Porter, Katherine 149 Portighonk, Corey 116 Powell, Arthur James Emery 242 Prevot-Valeri, Andre 241 Pura, William 89 Purygin, Leonid 295 Pytlak, Leonard 305 Quand, Honore Daumier 469 Ran, Chang 336, 337, 335, 334, 333 Rayberry 94 Remi, Ben Enwonwu 367 Reminick, Seymour 183 Reswick 262 Richmond, George 473 Rixens, Jean Andre 481 Rosenborg, Ralph M. 212 Rosenquist, James 430 Ross, John 48 Rothbort, Lawrence 211 Rothenberg, Susan 81 Rouault, Georges Henri 41 Scarpa, Gino 117 Schiefer, Johannes 253 Schmid, Erich 189 Scott, J.W.A. 250 Seven Seven, Prince Twins 384, 385, 386, 387 Shaw, Gene 136 Shaw, Kenneth 107 Siskind, Aaron 444 Sister Michelle 17 Smith, Cary 122 Soyer, Moses 292, 294 Soyer, Raphael 451, 468, 289, 291 Spalatin, Marko 413, 415, 414, 410, 411, 412, 409 Streat, Thelma Johnson 312 Sulmon, Pierre 264 Sultan, Donald 432, 433 Summers, Marlene Baron 57 Thompson, Aldro 245 Tobey, Mark 529 Towa, Oscar 192 Trova, Ernest 427, 428 Tucker, Allen 240 Urban, Albert 200, 201, 202 Vichel 67 Villegas Y Cordero, Jose 479 Voyet, Jacques 503 Wakita, Aijiro 407 Wang, Zong Zhou 344, 342, 343 Warhol, Andy 441 Waterman, David 462 Weege, William 100 Weinrich, Agnes 173 Wilson-Goldwaite, Anne 256 Wilson, Ben 204 Yamamoto, Taro 224, 225, 226 Yashida, Toshi 329 Yeh, Lily 101 Yicong, Guo 331, 330 Young, Purvis 4, 1, 7, 6, 3, 8, 2, 9, 5, 11, 12, 10 Yvaral, Jean Pierre 423


298. Dmitry Krasnopevtsev (Russian, 1925-1995), “Composition With Shell”, 1958, watercolor and ink on paper.

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