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ANTHONY BENJAMIN (1931-2002), BRITISH HELICON, 1974

JOAN MIRO (1893-1983), SPANISH SUMMER ("L'ÉTÉ") (FROM VERVE VOL. 1, NO. 3), 1938 [DUPIN, 1310]

RITA LETENDRE (1928- ), CANADIAN KOSIAK, 1977

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated 74 and numbered 7/75 in pencil to margin Image 30" x 21.5" — 76.2 x 54.6 cm. Provenance: Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto; Prominent Corporate Collection, Canada Note: In the early 1970s, Anthony was inspired by Brian Eno to make some screen prints that paralleled visually the effects that Eno produced with electronics. Working in partnership with master silk screen printer, Kevin Harris, Anthony created a suite of six silkscreen images entitled “Roxy Bias”. produced by a complicated method of interchangeable stencils and endless color proofing. The titles, Ringing Filter, Bu"erfly Echo, Inverse Echo, Erase Function, Multi– Mode Ji"er, and Helicon, all came from the realm of electronic music where the colours and images vibrated and danced on the surfaces. The suite of which this lot is from was very successful and won several major graphic prizes the first at the San Paulo Biennale in 1974.

Colour pochoir; signed in the plate lower le#, with lithographed text: “Joan Miro/Mars 1938/L’Ete” verso, from the edition of approximately 2000. Printed by Jacomet, Paris. Published by Tériade, Paris. Unframed. Sheet 13.7" x 10" — 34.7 x 25.5 cm. $700—1,000

$500—700

3 OTIS TAMASAUSKAS (1947- ), GERMAN/ CANADIAN TWO TROUT WITH STONE, 1980 Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated “80 imp” and numbered 9/11 in pencil Sheet 31" x 52.5" — 78.7 x 133.4 cm. Provenance: Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto; Prominent Corporate Collection, Canada $300—500

Colour silkscreen on blindstamped paper printed to the edges; signed, titled, dated 77 and numbered 66/75 in pencil along the bo"om edge of the image Sheet 28" x 39.75" — 71.1 x 101 cm. Provenance: Beaux Arts Internationale, Toronto $500—700


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ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN “SUNSET P.E.I.”, 1973

ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN “FLOODED LANDSCAPE”, 1975

ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN “CANADA TRIUMPHANT”, 1973

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated ‘73 and numbered A/P 6/8 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Colour silkscreen on paper; signed, titled, dated ‘75 and numbered 4/55 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Colour silkscreen on paper; signed, titled, dated ‘73 and numbered 55/60 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Image/Sheet 21" x 26.5" — 53.3 x 67.3 cm.; 26" x 31" — 66 x 78.7 cm.

Image/Sheet 26.75" x 21.25" — 67.9 x 54 cm.; 32" x 26" — 81.3 x 66 cm.

Image/Sheet 26" x 21.5" — 66 x 54.6 cm.; 32" x 26" — 81.3 x 66 cm.

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

$300—400

Note: From the Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I.

Note: Erica Rutherford (1923-2008) visited Prince Edward Island for the first time in 1970. At once, she felt at home. She would visit the Island many more times before finally moving permanently to P.E.I. in 1985.

Erica Rutherford (1923-2008) visited Prince Edward Island for the first time in 1970. At once, she felt at home. She would visit the Island many more times before finally moving permanently to P.E.I. in 1985.

Rutherford was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but over the years would live in England, France, South Africa, Spain, Italy, and a variety of places in North America. Apart from painting and printmaking, Rutherford was an actor, a designer for the theatre, filmmaker, farmer, teacher, and author.

Rutherford was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but over the years would live in England, France, South Africa, Spain, Italy, and a variety of places in North America. Apart from painting and printmaking, Rutherford was an actor, a designer for the theatre, filmmaker, farmer, teacher, and author.

Although primarily self-taught, Rutherford studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, the Central School of Arts and Cra!s in London, and at L'Academie Julien, in Paris. She boasts over 40 solo exhibitions and participated in over 100 group shows. Her works have been acquired by many public institutions in Europe, the U.S.A. and Canada, and can be found in numerous corporate collections.

Although primarily self-taught, Rutherford studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, the Central School of Arts and Cra!s in London, and at L'Academie Julien, in Paris. She boasts over 40 solo exhibitions and participated in over 100 group shows. Her works have been acquired by many public institutions in Europe, the U.S.A. and Canada, and can be found in numerous corporate collections.

Rutherford made major contributions to the development of Island art. She helped establish the Printmakers Council of P.E.I. workshop in Charlo"etown. Canada Post selected her work for a stamp representing P. E.I. for the Canadiana Fund. Rutherford was admi"ed to the Royal Canadian Academy in 1999. $300—400

7 ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN EARNSCLIFFE Colour silkscreen; signed, titled and numbered A/E II 2/2 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image/Sheet 22.25" x 21.4" — 56.5 x 54.4 cm.; 26" x 22" — 66 x 55.9 cm. Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) $200—400

Rutherford made major contributions to the development of Island art. She helped establish the Printmakers Council of P.E.I. workshop in Charlo"etown. Canada Post selected her work for a stamp representing P. E.I. for the Canadiana Fund. Rutherford was admi"ed to the Royal Canadian Academy in 1999. $300—400


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ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN “THE POND”

ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN “NIGHT SHORE”

Colour monoprint with relief and aquatint; signed, titled and inscribed “monoprint series: IV” in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Colour silkscreen on heavy paper with Open Studio blindstamp lower le! margin; signed, titled, and numbered H/C 6/10 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

LESTER F. JOHNSON (1919-2010), AMERICAN STREET SCENE WITH BLDG #2; STREET SCENE WITH GIRLS & BUILDING; THREE GIRLS (THREE FROM STREET SCENE PORTFOLIO), 1979

Plate/Sheet 19.5" x 27" — 49.5 x 68.6 cm.; 23" x 30.5" — 58.4 x 77.5 cm. Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) $300—400

10 ERICA RUTHERFORD (1923-2008), CANADIAN BLUE BIRDS

Image/Sheet 21.5" x 29.5" — 54.6 x 74.9 cm.; 22.5" x 30.5" — 57.2 x 77.5 cm. Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) $250—350

12 ERICA RUTHERFORD, R.C.A. (1923-2008), CANADIAN WE CAN’T ALL BE PERFECT, 1970

Three colour silkscreens on heavy wove paper; each signed, titled and numbered 67/175, 43/175 and 46/175 respectively in pencil to margins. All unframed. Sheet 34" x 26" — 78.1 x 58.4 cm.; 35" x 26" — 88.9 x 66 cm. $600—900

14 FRANCISCO ZÚÑIGA (1912-1998), MEXICAN PESCADORAS, 1981 [ZUNIGA, 296; BREWSTER, 64]

Colour lithograph with silkscreen on paper; signed, titled, and numbered AP 3/5 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated ‘70 and numbered 2/70 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Colour lithograph; signed, dated 1981 and numbered 82/200 in pencil. Published and printed by Ediciones Poligrafa S.A., Barcelona

Image/Sheet 31" x 25.25" — 78.7 x 64.1 cm.; 37" x 30" — 94 x 76.2 cm.

Image/Sheet 20.75" x 19.5" — 52.7 x 49.5 cm.; 26" x 23" — 66 x 58.4 cm.

Sight 29.75" x 22" — 75.6 x 55.9 cm.

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

$300—500

$300—400

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FRANCISCO ZÚÑIGA (1912-1998), MEXICAN YUCATECAS EN EL PARQUE, 1986 [VLADY, 336]

GEORG RAUCH (1939-1993), AUSTRIAN NICOLE; GIRL SEATED (BLUE BACKGROUND)

Colour lithograph; signed, dated 1986, numbered HC and annotated “Para Manuel y Dominique” in pencil, lower right. Aside from the edition of 150. Published by Brewster Editions, New York. Printed by Mourlot, Paris with the blindstamp lower le!.

Two colour silkscreens; the first signed, titled and numbered 76/250, the second, signed and numbered 87/200 in pencil to margins

Sight 21" x 30" — 53.3 x 76.2 cm.

$300—500

GEORGES ROUAULT (1871-1958), FRENCH (FOUR PLATES FROM LE MISERERE, 1922 -1927): DEMAIN SERA BEAU DISAIT LE NAUFRAGÉ, PL. 11; FACE À FACE, PL. 40; BELLA MATRIBUS DETESTATA, PL. 42; NOUS DEVONS MOURIR, NOUS ET TOUT CE QUI EST NOTRE, PL. 43 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 64D; 93C; 95E; 96C] Four etchings, aquatints, sugar aquatints, roule"e, drypoint and heliogravures on Arches wove paper with Ambroise Vollard watermark; the first, signed with initials and dated 1922 in the plate lower le!; the second, unsigned; the third, signed and dated 1927 in the plate lower le! and titled in the plate bo"om margin; the fourth; signed with initials and dated 1922 in the plate lower right. From the book edition containing 58 plates printed by Jacquemin under the direction of Ambroise Vollard, Paris. Published by Editions de l'Étoile Filante, Paris in 1948 in an edition of 425.

$300—500

Image 28.9" x 17.75" — 73.3 x 45.1 cm.

Plate/Sheet 20.2" x 14.3" — 51.4 x 36.3 cm.; 25.5" x 19.75" — 64.8 x 50.2 cm. Literature: Chapon, François and Georges Rouault, Le livre des livres de Rouault Editions Andre Sauret et Editions Michele Trinckvel, Monaco, 1992, pg. 74 Note: “Due to the fact that a number of proofs were lost or damaged during the war, the edition of Miserere is limited to 425 numbered copies.”

16 ANDRE BRASILIER (1929- ), FRENCH FLORILEGE (COMPLETE FOLIO OF FIVE LITHOGRAPHS, WITH JUSTIFICATION, TITLEPAGE AND TEXT BY JOACHIM DU BELLAY, CHARLES D’ORLEANS AND RONSARD), 1977 [LE PICHON 113] Five colour lithographs on Arches paper; each signed and numbered “Epreuve d’Artiste 27/35” (EA 27/35) in pencil. Published by Vision Nouvelle, Paris. Printed by Ateliers Mourlot, Paris. Lacking the Florilege frontispiece and the folio case. Unframed, together with one conservation matboard. $600—800

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AFTER ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528), GERMAN CHRIST ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES, 1515 [BARTSCH,19; MEDER, 19], PRINTED LATER

PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (1841-1919), FRENCH FEMME NUE ASSISE, CIRCA 1906 [DELTEIL, 12]

NATHAN RAPOPORT (1911-1987), POLISH/AMERICAN KORCHAK (WITH ORPHANS IN WARSAW)

Photograveur on laid paper without watermark, laid down to a board support; signed with artist’s monogram initials and dated 1515 in the plate bo!om centre.

So"-ground etching on laid paper, from the edition published in “Kunst and Kunstler”, Jarhgang VII, 1909, with margins and deckled edge at right. Circa 1906. With unidentified black ink script initials “H.M.T.” lower le". Ma!ed and unframed.

Plate/Sheet 8.7" x 6.1" — 22.2 x 15.6 cm.; 10.6" x 7.7" — 26.8 x 19.5 cm. $300—500

Plate/Sheet 7.5" x 5.9" — 19 x 15 cm.; 10.2" x 7.7" — 26 x 19.5 cm. Provenance: From the Estate of Mr. Vincent Tovell, Canada by descent from his father Harold Murchison Tovell (1887-1947) (HMT), initialed verso Exhibited: On loan to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, LN467 (AGOID.19579) Note: Mr. Tovell donated pieces of his collection (including a Gauguin and a fine work by French sculptor Raymond Duchamp-Villon) during his lifetime to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. $600—900

Colour lithograph with handcolouring on blindstamped paper; signed and numbered 96/100 in pencil to margin, titled “Korchak” to gallery label verso Image sight 19" x 25.5" — 48.3 x 64.8 cm. Provenance: Karney Daniels Gallery Note: Nathan Rapoport the Polish born Jewish artist and sculptor, began his career a"er winning a scholarship to study in France and Italy. He fled to the Soviet Union when the Nazis invaded Poland. He returned to his native Poland to study art at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. In 1950, he immigrated to the United States, and se!led in New York. This scene depicts Yanush Korchak (1878/9 1942), the Polish-Jewish educator, children’s author and pediatrician known as “Pan Doktor” (Mr. Doctor) or Stary Doktor ("Old Doctor"). A"er spending many years as director of an orphanage in Warsaw, he refused freedom and stayed with his orphans when the institution was sent from the Ghe!o to the Treblinka extermination camp, during the Grossaktion Warsaw of 1942. $600—800


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WILLIAM HOGARTH (1697-1764), BRITISH HUMOURS OF AN ELECTION (THE COMPLETE SET OF FOUR): AN ELECTION ENTERTAINMENT (PLATE 1); CANVASSING FOR VOTES (PLATE II); THE POLLING... (PLATE III); CHAIRING THE MEMBERS (PLATE 4)

ALFRED EISENSTAEDT (1898-1995), GERMAN/AMERICAN DESTITUTE MEN, NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL, 1931 (PRINTED LATER)

ALFRED EISENSTAEDT (1898-1995), GERMAN/AMERICAN RABBI ELEAZAR BRIZEL AND STUDENTS, JERUSALEM, 1955 (PRINTED LATER)

Gelatin silver print on Kodak Polyfiber paper; signed and numbered 14/250 in black ink to margin, titled “Destitute men, Notre Dame Cathedral” and inscribed “Print made in Time Life photo lab 1995” “Copyright Time Inc / All Rights Reserved” in pencil verso. Accompanied by the Time-Life Photographic Lab Certificate of Authenticity. Unframed.

Gelatin silver print on Kodak Polyfiber paper; signed and numbered 18/250 in black ink to margin, titled and inscribed “Print made in Time Life photo lab 1994” “Copyright Time Inc All Rights / Reserved” in pencil verso. Accompanied by the Time-Life Photographic Lab Certificate of Authenticity. Unframed.

Four handcoloured engravings with le!ers Each 17.6" x 22.5" — 44.7 x 57.2 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Canada; By descent $600—900

Image/Sheet 11.9" x 8.1" — 30.2 x 20.6 cm.; 14" x 11" — 35.6 x 27.9 cm. Provenance: TIME-LIFE Photographic Lab, New York with their Certificate of Authenticity, purchased in 1995; Private Collection, Toronto, ON $800—1,200

Image/Sheet 12.3" x 10.1" — 31.3 x 25.7 cm.; 14" x 11" — 35.6 x 28 cm. Provenance: TIME-LIFE Photographic Lab, New York with their Certificate of Authenticity, purchased in 1995; Private Collection, Toronto, ON $800—1,200


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POL BURY (1922-2005), BELGIAN MIXER A KINETIC CINETIZATION, 1972

ALECOS FASSIANOS (1935- ), GREEK UNTITLED (DER FISCHHANDLER), CIRCA 1970

AFTER MAURICE DE VLAMINCK (1876 -1958), FRENCH COIN D’ATELIER (PL. 1 FROM RIVE GAUCHE), 1951 [WALTERSKIRCHEN, NO. 4, P. 254]

Set of die-cut silkscreens contained in a box frame; signed and numbered 28/100 in black ink along the bo!om edge, titled, dated 1972 and numbered 28/100 in black ink to publisher’s label affixed to the back. Copublished by C & D Editions and Licht Editions, New York label verso. Together with the publisher’s folded and illustrated Prepublication Dealer’s Discount order form describing the work.

Colour linocut on laid japon paper; signed and numbered VI/XX in pencil to margin Image 31.7" x 21.5" — 80.5 x 54.6 cm. $300—500

Colour photograveur on wove paper; signed “Vlaminck” in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image 8.75" x 11.75" — 22.2 x 29.8 cm. $400—600

22" x 18" — 55.9 x 45.7 cm. Provenance: Gallery Moos Limited, Toronto Note: The set of die-cut silkscreens in the box when mixed, the elements of the Statue of Liberty rearrange themselves $500—700

30 SALVADOR DALÍ (1904-1989), SPANISH MONTRE-FLEUR, 1973 [FIELD 73-4, P. 172] Colour lithograph from original gouache on Arches watermarked paper; signed and numbered XXIX/L in pencil to margin Image/Sheet 20.75" x 15" — 52.7 x 38 cm.; 25.75" x 15.75" — 65.4 x 40 cm. $500—700

28 JOZEF WINTERS (1911-1981), BELGIAN POSTER: ANTWERPEN WELTHAFEN KUNSTSTADT, C.1935 Printed in Belgium. Unframed. 39.2" x 24.4" — 99.5 x 62 cm. $600—800

32 JOHNNY FRIEDLÄNDER (1912-1992), GERMAN THE JERUSALEM LITHOGRAPH Colour lithograph printed to the edges; signed in white chalk and numbered 108/200 in pencil Sheet 29.75" x 22" — 75.6 x 55.9 cm. $500—700


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MARK TOBEY (1890-1976), AMERICAN BLACK BY YELLOW, 1973

PIERRE ALECHINSKY (1927- ), BELGIAN VUE DE LA FENETRE, 1992

Colour lithograph; signed, dated 73 and numbered 44/70 in pencil to margin

Etching with aquatint; signed, dated 1992 and numbered 11/35 in pencil to margin

PETER HENRY EMERSON (1856-1936) , BRITISH BLEAK WINTER [PLATE IX FROM MARSH LEAVES], 1895

Image 14" x 11" — 35.6 x 27.9 cm.

Plate 19.5" x 25.25" — 49.5 x 64.1 cm.

$600—800

$500—700

Photogravure on D & Co watermarked paper Together with the book: “P.H. Emerson The Fight for Photography as a Fine Art” by Nancy Newhall hardcover, published by Aperture, Inc., Millerton, New York, 1975 Image 4.4" x 7.9" — 11.3 x 20 cm. Note: The book was published as a catalogue for the exhibition as Aperture Volume 19, Numbers 3 & 4, and as a book for general distribution. $500—700

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JOHN KENNETH ESLER (1933-2001), CANADIAN MONUMENT NO 2, 1964

JEANNIE THIB (1955-2013), CANADIAN SKY (MAIN STREET), 2010

Colour so!-ground etching on wove paper; signed, titled and numbered 9/15 in pencil to margin Plate/Sheet sight 23.9" x 17.4" — 60.6 x 44.2 cm.; 26.8" x 21.5" — 68 x 54.6 cm. Note: A print of this edition is in the collection of The National Gallery of Canada (no. 14532). $300—500

Block linocut on laid Japon paper; signed, dated 2010 and numbered 2/4 in pencil to the bo"om edge Sheet 22.5" x 38" — 57.2 x 96.5 cm. Literature: A print of this edition was illustrated in “Remembering Jeannie Thib (1955-2013)”, Blouinartinfo, Canada, October 28, 2013 $300—500


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CLARENCE ALPHONSE GAGNON (1881 -1942), CANADIAN CANAL DU LOING, MORET, 1907 (1908)

CLARENCE ALPHONSE GAGNON (1881 -1942), CANADIAN TOUR DE L’HORLAGE, DINAN, 1907

ERNST FUCHS (1930-2000), AUSTRIAN ONE PLATE (FROM SAMSON), 1960-64 [WEIS, 54 D, (WA)]

Etching on japon paper laid down; signed, titled and dated 07 in pencil to margin. Published in an edition of 50.

Zinc plate etching; signed and titled in pencil to margin. Published in an edition of 50.

Etching on lime green Lana Ingres watermarked laid paper; signed and numbered E.A. in pencil to margin. Ma!ed and unframed.

Plate 5.8" x 8.5" — 14.8 x 21.5 cm. Provenance: The Estate of John Laurel Russell, Gananoque & Montreal Exhibited: A print of this edition was exhibited in “The Prints of Clarence Gagnon” at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, July 10-September 8, 1981, Cat. No. 31, illustrated Literature: “The Prints of Clarence Gagnon”, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, exhibition catalogue, July 10- September 8, 1981, Cat. No. 31, p. 31, illustrated Note: The exhibition catalogue states that impressions at the AGO; MMFA; MQ; and the NGC, Canada are all dated 1907. The impression on loan to the Musee de Jolie!e is dated 1908. The AGO impression indicates that the edition is fi"y. The catalogue reads: “Moret-sur-Loing is a small town southeast of Paris. Situated on the Loing, it remains a popular destination for a day trip from Paris... Gagnon used surface tone and selective wiping of the plate” $700—900

Plate 8.6" x 5.8" — 21.9 x 14.8 cm. Provenance: The Estate of John Laurel Russell, Gananoque & Montreal

Plate/Sheet 11.8" x 9.6" — 30 x 24.5 cm.; 16.25" x 12.25" — 41.3 x 31.1 cm. $50—100

Exhibited: A print of this edition was exhibited in “The Prints of Clarence Gagnon” held at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, July 10 September 8, 1981, Cat. No. 25, illustrated Literature: “The Prints of Clarence Gagnon”, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, exhibition catalogue, July 10- September 8, 1981, Cat. No. 25, p. 25, illustrated; Hugues de Jouvancourt, “Clarence Gagnon”, 1970, page 94, illustrated full page Note: The exhibition catalogue states that all seven known impressions of this scene agree as to title and date. It is one of Gagnon’s rare uses of the zinc plate to depict the Tour de L’Horloge, one of the major sights of Dinan constructed in the 15th Century showing the Rue de Lehon and its old world charm. $600—800

42 CHARLES MERYON (1821-1868), FRENCH LE PONT NEUF, 1853 [DELTEIL/WRIGHT, 33:VII/X] Etching and drypoint on wove paper; signed, dated 1853 and inscribed in the margin to the plate, titled and further inscribed to the mat in pencil Plate 7.1" x 7.3" — 18 x 18.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa, ON $500—700


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AFTER HENRY WILLIAM BUNBURY (1750 -1811), BRITISH TWO PLATES FROM SHAKESPEARE’S HENRY VI: FALSTAFF REPROVED BY KING HENRY; FLUELLEN MAKING PISTOL EAT THE LEEK

CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) COLLECTION OF 3 CANADIAN HISTORICAL PRINTS:

ARTUR NIKITIN (1936- ), LATVIAN FOUR CHESS PLAYERS: GERMAN VON RIMSGA (BRAZIL), 1979

Including:

Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated 79, inscribed and numbered 6/8 in pencil to margin;

Two hand coloured stipple engravings. Each contained in handpainted black and gold bordered glass with le!ering Images sight 13.75" x 17.5" — 34.9 x 44.5 cm. $80—140

1. Kelly, “War Clouds” General John Graves Simcoe First Governor of Upper Canada, 1792, Colour reproduction; 2. Unknown, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, colour reproduction;

Bent Larson, 1979 (his signature in the image lower right) Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated 79, inscribed and numbered 3/10 in pencil to margin

3. The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey, June 2, 1953, The Duke of Edinburgh about to pay homage From the painting by Terence Cuneo

Miroslav Filipp, 1979 Colour lithograph, signed, titled, dated 79, inscribed and numbered 5/8 in pencil to margin;

Various sizes 14" x 18.5" — 35.6 x 47 cm.; 10" x 8" — 25.4 x 20.3 cm.; 21" x 30" — 53.3 x 76.2 cm.

YASIR SOREVANN (US), 1979 Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated 79, inscribed and numbered 4/8 in pencil to margin

Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $400—500

Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist in Latvia prior to emigrating to Canada $200—400


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ARTUR NIKITIN (1936- ), LATVIAN THREE SWIMMERS: NIGHT; EVENING; MORNING, 1977-1978

ARTUR NIKITIN (1936- ), LATVIAN THREE LIMITED EDITION PRINTS: BLUE FISH, 1979

DON HOLMAN (1946- ), AMERICAN/CANADIAN THREE ABSTRACTS: #1; #2; #4

NIGHT: Colour lithograph en grisaille; signed, titled, dated 1977 at Riga, inscribed and numbered 4/8 in pencil;

Colour lithograph; signed, titled, inscribed and numbered 5/10 in pencil to margin.

Three colour lithographs on paper; each signed, numbered #1; #2; #4 and inscribed indistinctly in white and purple crayon and graphite to bo!om edge. All unframed

EVENING, 1978 Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated 78, inscribed and numbered 3/8 in pencil to margin;

Together with: ARIES (FROM SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC), 1978 Colour etching; signed, titled, dated 78, inscribed in Latvian and numbered 7/10 in pencil to margin

MORNING, 1978 Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated 78, inscribed and numbered 4/8 in pencil to margin

Together with: MY WORLD IN AN ENVELOPE, 1979 Colour lithograph; signed, titled, inscribed, dated 79 and numbered 4/10 in pencil to margin

Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist in Latvia prior to emigrating to Canada $300—500

Each Sheet 37.25" x 28" — 94.6 x 71.1 cm. $300—500

Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist in Latvia prior to emigrating to Canada $300—500

50 DON HOLMAN (1946- ), AMERICAN/CANADIAN LE MOLLUSQUE DISPARU, MAIS PAS OUBLIÉ/ THE MOLUSK [SIC] GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN Lithograph with collage on paper; signed and inscribed artist proof in pencil to bo!om edge. Unframed.

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28.5" x 29.75" — 72.4 x 75.6 cm.

DON HOLMAN (1946- ), AMERICAN/CANADIAN VIEW OF A HILLY LANDSCAPE THROUGH AN ENTRY WAY FLANKED BY VIBRANTLY COLOURED SHAPES

$100—200

Lithograph on paper; signed and numbered 4/10 in pencil to bo!om edge. Unframed. 24.75" x 40.25" — 62.9 x 102.2 cm. $100—200


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DON HOLMAN (1946- ), AMERICAN/CANADIAN TWO WORKS

UNIDENTIFIED (20TH/21ST CENTURY) I AM A TARGET, 1981

NOEL BISSEKER (1939- ), SOUTH AFRICAN RED SCRAPS, 1971

Colour monoprint with embossing and mixed media; indistinctly signed, titled and dated 81? in black crayon. Unframed.

Colour lithograph; signed, numbered 36/250 and dated 71 in pencil

Two colour lithographs on Arches watermarked paper; both signed in pencil to bo!om edge. Both unframed. Each 22" x 30" — 56.5 x 76.2 cm. $200—300

52 DON HOLMAN (1946- ), AMERICAN/CANADIAN LANDSCAPE VIEW THROUGH A WINDOW Lithograph on paper; signed and inscribed “artist proof I” in pencil to bo!om edge. Unframed. 22.5" x 30.25" — 57.2 x 76.8 cm. $100—200

30" x 22.5" — 76.2 x 57.2 cm. $100—200

54 SIDNEY NOLAN (1917-1992), AUSTRALIAN LIGHTHOUSE, 1966

Image 24" x 17.5" — 61 x 44.5 cm. $100—200

56 KUNIHIRO AMANO (1929- ), JAPANESE DISTANT MEMORY (27), 1968

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 3/70 in pencil to margin

Colour woodcut with embossing; signed, titled, dated “-‘68” and numbered 11/50 in pencil to margin

Image 22" x 18" — 55.9 x 45.7 cm.

Image 34" x 22" — 86.4 x 55.9 cm.

$300—500

Note: Kunihiro Amano is a leading Japanese artist who rose to importance in the mid 20th century. He is a member of the Japanese Print Association and of Kokuga-kei. Amano's list of international exhibitions and awards is long and impressive. In 1968 the year this print was executed, Amano received an award at the 2nd Pistoia International Print Biennial exhibition, Italy and he exhibited at the Bradford International Print Biennial held in England. $400—600


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EDWARD JOHN (TED) BARTRAM (1938-), CANADIAN MONUMENT CHANNEL, NORTHERN IMAGE SERIES

ROKUSHU MIZUFUNE (1912-1980), JAPANESE KITE PATH

YOSHI TAKAHSHI (1943-1998), JAPANESE GION FESTIVAL, 1961

Colour etching on paper; signed, titled, and numbered Artist’s Proof in pencil to margin, dated 1975 to gallery label verso Plate/Sheet Sight 23.5" x 17.5" — 59.7 x 44.5 cm.; 24.75" x 18.5" — 62.9 x 47 cm.

Colour woodblock; signed, titled, numbered 6/30 and inscribed in pencil to margin Plate 25.5" x 18" — 64.8 x 45.7 cm. $400—600

Colour woodcut; signed, titled “Gion Festival” and numbered (87/210) in pencil and with Japanese characters on right hand margin in pencil 32.5" x 22" — 82.6 x 55.9 cm. $500—700

Provenance: Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON; Private Collection, Toronto, ON $300—400

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HANS HARTUNG (1904-1989), GERMAN KOMPOSITION L.26, 1957 [SCHMUCKING, P.89]

RICHARD LACROIX (1939-), CANADIAN LA MOUSSON, 1963

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Colour lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 40/100 in pencil to margin

Colour etching on paper; signed, titled, dated 1963 and numbered 41/50 in pencil to margin

RALPH IDRIS STEADMAN (1936-), BRITISH (FROM FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS: A SAVAGE JOURNEY TO THE HEART OF THE AMERICAN DREAM), 1971/2)

Image/ Sheet Sight 19.5" x 11.9" — 49.5 x 30.2 cm.; 25.7" x 19.25" — 65.2 x 48.9 cm.

Colour print on blindstamped paper heightened with silver, yellow and white watercolour and gouache; signed in pencil lower right and initialed “R” in pencil lower le! Sight 16.5" x 12" — 41.9 x 30.5 cm. Provenance: With Gold Leaf Gallery and Framing, Deland, Florida $400—600

$500—700

Plate 15.25" x 16.25" — 38.7 x 41.3 cm. $100—200


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JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936- ), CANADIAN TO ENTER A WILDERNESS AND FIND A TEMPLE

JUDY GOUIN (1947-), BRITISH/CANADIAN THE ROWBOAT, 1977

ALFRED JOSEPH CASSON (1898-1992), CANADIAN GREY DAY; AUTUMN AFTERNOON; GENERAL STORE; PRELUDE

Handtinted photo-engraving; signed in pencil and with red chop mark lower right margin, titled and numbered 3/5 in pencil to lower le! margin. 16.75" x 24" — 42.5 x 61 cm. $200—400

Colour photographic silkscreen on Arches watermarked paper; signed, titled, dated ‘77 and numbered 6/35 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image/Sheet 31.5" x 20.7" — 80 x 52.5 cm.; 39.5" x 27.5" — 100.3 x 69.9 cm. Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

Four colour half-tone lithographs on heavy paper with blindstamps to le! margins; each signed, titled, and numbered 47/60 in pencil to margin Image/Sheet 13.75" x 17.5" — 34.9 x 44.5 cm.; 19.5" x 21.5" — 49.5 x 54.6 cm. $300—500

Note: British born and raised in O"awa and Kingston, Ontario, Gouin moved to Toronto, Ontario in 1969. She produced work and taught evening classes in screen printing at Open Studio in Toronto, the artist-run printmaking centre, that fellow artist Richard Sewell co-founded (and whose prints are included in this sale) from 1971 to 1983. $100—150

64 JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936- ), CANADIAN UNTITLED Handtinted photo-engraving; signed in pencil and with red chop mark lower right margin, titled and numbered 2/5 in pencil to lower le! margin. 18" x 24.25" — 45.7 x 61.6 cm. $200—400

67 TULLY CROOK (1938-), BRITISH THE HOUSE AT MONTEREY, 1980 Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, numbered 140/200 and dated 80 in pencil to margin Image/Sheet sight 12" x 12" — 30.5 x 30.5 cm.; 14.75" x 14.75" — 37.5 x 37.5 cm. $100—200


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CHARLES PACHTER (1942- ), CANADIAN DAVENPORT AND BAY, 1984

GEOFFREY W. BIRKS (1929-1993), BRITISH SCHOOL DOCTOR NEXT!; TIME GENTLEMEN PLEASE; IN TROUBLE WITH THE LAW; HOLE IN THE ROAD

GEOFFREY W. BIRKS (1929-1993), BRITISH THE VIADUCT, 1983; THE BREAD QUEUE; INDUSTRIAL TOWN

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated ‘84 and numbered 130/150 in pencil. Sight 23.75" x 15.75" — 60.3 x 40 cm. Literature: Bogomila Welsh-Ovcharov, “Charles Pachter”, McClelland and Stewart Inc., Toronto, 1992, page 96 (fig. 102), where the original painting is reproduced in colour. $400—600

Four hal"one colour lithographs; the first signed and numbered 50/375 in pencil to margin, signed in the plate, titled with le!ers in the margin, with artist’s blindstamp lower right; the next, signed and numbered 67/375 in pencil to margin, signed in the plate, titled with le!ers in the margin, with artist’s blindstamp lower right; the next, signed and numbered 38/375 in pencil to margin, signed in the plate, titled with le!ers in the margin, with artist’s blindstamp lower right; the last, signed and numbered 38/375 in pencil to margin, signed in the plate, titled with le!ers in the margin, with artist’s blindstamp lower right Each Image 6.5" x 4.25" — 16.5 x 10.8 cm.

Three hal"one colour lithographs; the first: signed, titled and dated 1983 in the plate, signed and numbered A/P in pencil to margin; the next, signed and titled in the plate, signed and numbered 212/475 in pencil to margin; the last, signed and titled in the plate, signed and numbered Proof in pencil to margin Image 12" x 17.5" — 30.5 x 44.5 cm.; 12.25" x 18.5" — 31.1 x 47 cm.; 12" x 17.25" — 30.5 x 43.8 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist, friends of the artist residing in Canada $50—100

$80—120

69 CHARLES PACHTER (1942-), CANADIAN EARTH CAR, 1971 Colour silkscreen on paper; signed, titled, dated 71 and numbered A/P 3/6 in pencil to bo!om edge Sight 25.25" x 34.25" — 64.1 x 87 cm. $200—400

72 GEOFFREY W. BIRKS (1929-1993), BRITISH THE BREAD QUEUE (25 PRINTS FROM THE EDITION OF 475); A PENNE TOWN The first 25 signed and numbered variously in pencil to margin. Printed by Paverprint, Horsforth, Leeds, the last, signed and numbered Proof in pencil to margin, signed to the plate lower right. Two works ma!ed, all unframed. Each Image 12.5" x 18.5" — 31.8 x 47 cm. $500—800


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GEOFFREY W. BIRKS (1929-1993), BRITISH UNTITLED (FIST FIGHT OUT FRONT OF WEBSTERS YORKSHIRE BEERS); UNTITLED (CONFRONTATION BETWEEN TWO WOMEN WITH ROLLERS IN THEIR HAIR)

CLAYTON POND (1941-), AMERICAN THE OTHER CHAIR

CHARLES BRAGG (1931-), AMERICAN THE GREAT PHALLIC; IN THE BEGINNING THERE WERE MISTAKES

Two collotypes; the first, signed and numbered 15/375 in pencil to margin, signed in the plater lower right; The second signed and numbered 18/375 in pencil to margin, signed in the plater lower right. Each ma!ed and unframed.

Colour silkscreen on paper; signed, titled and numbered 33/100 in pencil to margin. Image 13.25" x 10.5" — 33.7 x 26.7 cm.

Two colour lithographs on paper; the first, signed and numbered 177/300 in pencil to margin. The second, signed, titled and numbered 92/300 in pencil to margin

$200—400

Sheet Sight 16.1" x 11" — 41 x 28 cm. $200—400

Each Image/Sheet Sight 9.25" x 11.25" — 23.5 x 28.6 cm.; 13.75" x 15.5" — 34.9 x 39.4 cm. $50—100

76 CHARLES BRAGG (1931-), AMERICAN ASYLUM; SHIP OF FOOLS

74 GEOFFREY W. BIRKS (1929-1993), BRITISH NEWSPAPER BOYS IN A FIST FIGHT; STREET SCENE WITH CITY BUS AND CYCLISTS Four hal"one lithographs; the first, signed and numbered “Proof” in pencil to margin, signed and dated 1985 to plate lower right; the next: signed in pencil to margin, the next: signed and dated 1985 to plate, the last: signed and dated 1985 to plate

Each ma!ed and unframed. Each Image/Sheet 11.75" x 9" — 29.8 x 22.9 cm.; 17" x 13.5" — 43.2 x 34.3 cm. $80—120

Two colour lithographs; the first, signed, titled and numbered 54/300 in pencil to margin, the second, signed, titled and numbered 115/300

78 AFTER JULES PASCIN (1885-1930), FRENCH LA FILLE QUI S'ASSIED SUR UNE CHAISE

Each Image 18" x 33.25" — 45.7 x 84.5 cm.; 29.5" x 18.5" — 74.9 x 47 cm.

Colour heliogravure; signed and numbered indistinctly 83/100 (or 85/89) in pencil to margin

$200—400

Plate 21.75" x 16.1" — 55.2 x 41 cm.; 25.5" x 21" — 64.8 x 53.3 cm. Provenance: Galeries Andre Estampes, Paris label to the backboard $100—200


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RICHARD LINDNER (1901-1978), GERMAN/AMERICAN PROFILE (FROM AFTER NOON), 1969

ITZCHAK TARKAY (1935-2012), ISRAEL TWO WOMEN ON A SOFA

CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) COLLECTION OF 8 ILLUSTRATIONS OF CANADA

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 136/250 in pencil to margin Image 24" x 19.75" — 61 x 50.2 cm. $200—300

Colour silkscreen on paper; signed and numbered 103/300 in pencil to margin Image 26.5" x 35.5" — 67.3 x 90.2 cm. $300—500

Eight handcoloured steel engravings and lithograph illustrations: 1. Odgen, At the Portage Hudson’s Bay Company’s Employes (sic) on their Annual Expedition. Unframed. 2. Unknown Artist, New Westminster, B.C.. Unframed. 3. Unknown Artist, The Masonic Conversazione on the 20th ULT. - From a sketch by F.M. Bell Smith, 1871. Unframed. 4. William S. Hunter Jr. (1823-1894) Publisher, View from Barrack Hill, O!awa City, Canada. Published by J.H. Buffords Lith. Boston. Unframed 5. William S. Hunter Jr. (1823-1894) Publisher, Timber Slide on the Hull Side - O!awa City (From Hunter’s O!awa Scenery). Printed by J. H. Buffords Lith., Boston. Unframed.

80 BARBARA A. WOOD (20TH CENTURY), AMERICAN WOMAN COVERING A BIRD CAGE Colour silkscreen on paper; signed and numbered 162/350 in pencil to margin Image 27.5" x 36.25" — 69.9 x 92.1 cm. $200—400

82 BRACHA GUY (21ST CENTURY), ISREALI UNTITLED (TWO WOMEN) Colour silkscreen; signed in pencil and numbered 98/295 Image 27.5" x 43.5" — 69.9 x 110.5 cm. $200—400

6. Unknown Canadian, Toronto - The New Post Office, 1873, Haberer signature on plate. Unframed. 7. Unknown Canadian, Progress of the Prince of Wales in Canada. - View of Part of the City and River of O!awa, from the Barrack hill, the Site of the New Parliament Buildings. - from a sketch by our special artist, G.H. Andrews, 1860. Unframed. 8. Unknown Canadian, The Midland (Col. Williams’) Batalion, Marching to the C.P.R. Depot, Winnipeg. From a Sketch by a Correspondent, 1885. Unframed. Various sizes 10" x 7.5" — 25.4 x 19.1 cm.; 11.5" x 17" — 14 x 43.2 cm.; 9.,75" x 13.75" — 29.2 x 43.2 cm.; 9.75" x 12" — 24.8 x 30.5 cm.; 9.75" x 12" — 24.8 x 30.5 cm.; 10.5" x 9.25" — 26.7 x 23.5 cm.; 10" x 14" — 25.4 x 35.6 cm.; 7.75" x 10" — 19.7 x 25.4 cm. $350—550


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HANS ERNI (1909-2015), SWISS RÉPLIQUE DU MIRACLE DES SAINTS COME ET DAMIEN

JESSE NEIDER (20TH/21ST CENTURY)

CURRIER & IVES (PUBLISHERS), AMERICAN THE BURNING OF CHICAGO, 1871 [CONNINGHAM, 738]

, AMERICAN WHISPER (HONG KONG III), 2011

Colour lithograph on partially watermarked paper; titled with le!ers verso by the publisher. Published by Paul Bernard Klein. Unframed.

Archival pigment print; signed with initials “JN” in pencil margin. Executed in an edition of 100.

Sheet 16" x 24" — 40.6 x 61 cm.

Together with:

Provenance: Private Collection, Harrington, P.E.I by inheritance from the Estate of Dr. Jean-Marc Klein, Dermatologist, pilot and Military Officer, Charletown, P.E.I., acquired from his father, Paul Bernard Klein, book editor, born Paris, France

UNKNOWN (20th/21st CENTURY) COUPLE ON SOFA WITH BALLOON Colour photograph

Note: The subject was inspired by the first successful heart transplant by Dr. Christian Barnard (1922 -2001) in December 1967

$100—200

$500—700

Images 13.4" x 20.1" — 34 x 51 cm.; 22" x 25.5" — 55.9 x 64.8 cm.

Colour lithograph with handcolouring with le!ers, published by Currier & Ives; “The Burning of Chicago.”, “Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1871 by Currier & Ives in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington”; “152 Nassau St. New York” on verso 8.1" x 12.6" — 20.5 x 32 cm. Note: Courier & Ives recorded many catastrophes such as the Great Chicago Fire, one of the largest 19th Century US disasters. Courier & Ives documented the fire at the height of its fury in 1871 being the popular reporters of the day, they drew on the spot at the moment. $300—500


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MAURICE UTRILLO (1883-1955), FRENCH UNTITLED (FROM VINS, FLEURS ET FLAMMES SERIES), 1952

MORTIMER LUDDINGTON MENPES (1855 -1938), AUSTRALIAN/BRITISH PORTRAIT OF A GIRL IN FLORAL SHAWL; PEASANT WOMAN SEATED IN A COURTYARD, 1914

ANDREAS BORUM (1799- 1853) AFTER CORNELIUS DAVID KRIEGHOFF (1815-1872), GERMAN/CANADIAN SLEDGE RACE NEAR MONTREAL; PLACE D’ARMES MONTREAL (TWO PLATES FROM SCENES OF CANADA), 1848

Colour pochoir on paper; signed in the plate lower right. Unframed. Image/Sheet 9.1" x 12.4" — 23.1 x 31.5 cm.; 10.75" x 15" — 27.3 x 38.1 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Harrington, P.E.I by inheritance from the Estate of Dr. Jean-Marc Klein, Dermatologist, pilot and Military Officer, Charletown, P.E.I., acquired from his father, Paul Bernard Klein, book editor, born Paris, France $600—800

Two etchings; the former, signed in pencil to margin; the la"er, signed and dated 1914 in the plate lower right, signed in pencil to margin Each approximately 7" x 5.5" — 17.8 x 14 cm.

Two handcoloured lithographs with le"ers from the suite of four; each titled and dedicated to Lord Elgin with le"ers to the margin. Printed by Andreas Borum, Munich.

Note: Menpes was a friend and admirer of James Abbo" McNeill Whistler and through this friendship, Menpes learned the finer techniques of etching. Menpes etched the most famous portrait of Whistler in circa 1886.

Each Image/Sheet Sight 13.25" x 19" — 33.7 x 48.3 cm.; 16.75" x 22.5" — 42.5 x 57.2 cm.

$400—600

Note: “Four very popular canvas of Montreal streets, Indians, and habitants playing cards were lithographed by A. Borum of Munich during 1847, for which Krieghoff received between five and six hundred pounds. This series, dedicated to Lord Elgin, was published his patronage. [...] Krieghoff actively championed good prints for the home where all could enjoy their moral and cultural benefits.”

Literature: J. Russell Harper, Painting in Canada: A History, University of Toronto Press, 1977, p. 104

$1,500—2,500


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ERNST NEUMANN (1907-1956) , CANADIAN NELSON MONUMENT, MONTREAL

JAMES V. SPORAT (19TH/20TH CENTURY), CANADIAN THREE INUIT PORTRAITS: PARR. TASSEEOOAKJUAK. N.W.T.; NINGEEOOKALOO. CAPE DORSET N.W.T.; ETIDLOOEE. IGLOO BUILDER. IKERAKSAK. N.W.T.

MICHAEL THOMPSON (1954-), CANADIAN THE NIGHT CAFE, 1980

Etching; signed and titled in pencil to margin Plate 6.25" x 4.4" — 15.9 x 11.2 cm. $100—150

Three black and white photographs: each titled in typeset font to the mount; each signed in pen and ink to the mount. One unframed.

Lithograph on wove paper; signed, titled, dated ‘80 and numbered 12/35 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image/Sheet 24.75" x 16.25" — 62.9 x 41.3 cm.; 33" x 24" — 83.8 x 61 cm. $100—200

Each approximately 9.5" x 7.5" — 24.1 x 19.1 cm. Note: The artist was an Arctic photographer and medical man in Northern Ontario and in the North West Territories in the 1960’s $100—200

91 AFTER WILLIAM HENRY BARTLETT (1809 -1854), BRITISH FIVE PLATES FROM NATHANIEL WILLIS’S CANADIAN SCENERY, 1842: POPE HOPE (2); LIGHT-TOWER NEAR COBURG; COBURG; THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM NEAR QUEBEC Five handcoloured steel engravings with le!ers on wove paper. Unframed. Each sheet and smaller 8.3" x 10.5" — 21.2 x 26.6 cm.

95 GERALD LESLEY BROCKHURST (1890 -1978), BRITISH/AMERICAN CHIQUITA, 1923-24 [FLETCHER, 44 II/II]

93 PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (1841-1919), FRENCH FEMME NUE COUCHÉ, TOURNÉE A DROITE, 1906 [DELTEIL, 14]

Provenance: Ex. Coll. Dr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi"ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession Nos. .22202; .22203; .22204; .22205; and .22206, respectively; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO

Etching and drypoint on cream laid paper, stamped “Original Etching” and titled in pencil verso. From the posthumous edition of an unknown size.

$100—200

Plate/Sheet 5.5" x 7.5" — 14 x 19 cm.; 10" x 13.1" — 25.5 x 33.3 cm. $300—500

Etching on wove paper; signed in the plate upper le", signed in pencil to margin. Published in an edition of 76. Plate 6.3" x 5.1" — 16 x 13 cm. Note: British/American artist Gerald Brockhurst, best known as a society portraitist, worked primarily as a printmaker in the United Kingdom until 1939, when he moved to the United States. He was elected into the National Academy of Design in 1951. $600—800


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MOÏSE KISLING (1891-1953), POLISH/FRENCH TÊTE DE FEMME

CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) COLLECTION OF TWELVE 19TH CENTURY VIEWS OF TORONTO BY VARIOUS ARTISTS:

CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) COLLECTION OF 9 HISTORIC VIEWS OF CANADA

Etching on folded watermarked heavy wove paper; signed in the plate lower right. Aside from the edition of 75. With tissue guard. Unframed.

Twelve handcoloured engravings including:

Nine handcoloured engravings and lithographs:

A"er Mr. T. Young, (From a sketch made in that year), View of King-Street East, Toronto, In 1834, hand- coloured engraving, published in the Canadian Illustrated News, 1878;

1. A"er J.T. Downman, Hamilton, C.W. Handcoloured engraving. Published by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankfort Street, N.Y. Unframed.

Provenance: Private Collection, Harrington, P.E.I by inheritance from the Estate of Dr. Jean-Marc Klein, Dermatologist, pilot and Military Officer, Charletown, P.E.I., acquired from his father, Paul Bernard Klein, book editor, born Paris, France

A"er Michael Hannaford, From a sketch, Toronto) York in 1813, from the Block House, East of the Don, published 1878. Unframed.

2. A"er J.T. Downman, Hamilton, Canada West. Handcoloured engraving. Published by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankfort Street, N.Y. Unframed.

$600—800

Unknown artist, (from a sketch by Sir Peregrine Maitland, when Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada.), Toronto Harbour in 1820, published in 1878. Unframed.

Plate/Sheet with fold open 7" x 5" — 17.8 x 12.7 cm.; 16" x 22" — 40.6 x 55.9 cm.

A"er William Henry Bartle#, (Adapted from Bartle#’s sketch in “Canadian Scenery.”), The Fish Market, York, in 1830. Handcoloured steel engraving. Published 1878. Unframed.

Unknown Canadian, (From a drawing in the possession of Dr. Scadding, Toronto), York in 1803. Published in 1878. A"er F.M. Bell-Smith, Toronto: Summer Races on the Newmarket Track, signed in plate F.M. Bellsmith, published 1875; Unknown Canadian, Reproduction (from an original drawing, in the possession of Dr. Henry Scadding, Toronto), Toronto Harbour in 1793, published in 1878; William Henry Bartle#, engraved by E.J. Roberts, Toronto. Unframed. E.J. Roberts, Fish Market Toronto, handcoloured engraving, published by Geo Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane 1841; Unknown, Handcoloured engraving, Mansion of Chief Justice Campbell, Duke Street; Unknown, Masonic Hall (now demolished) handcoloured engraving; $600—900

3. Col. Joseph Bouche#e (1774-1841), Trading Post on the River aux Rats/The Forges, River St. Maurice/ Falls of the Grand Mere on the St. Maurice. Handcoloured lithograph. Published by Day & Haghe Litho to Her Majesty. Unframed. 4. Unknown Canadian, O#awa - Parliament Buildings, from Major’s Hill. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. 5. J.B. Schell, View from the Dundas Mountain, 1880. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. 6. Unknown Canadian, Entrance to Welland Canal - Port Colborne. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. 7. Speer (signed in the plate “Bonwill Del” Dufferin Terrace. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. 8. Speer (signed in the plate), Niagara River, From Queenston Heights. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. 9. S. Beyer (signed in the plate), The HarbourMouth, Coburg. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. Various small sizes 6" x 8" — 15.2 x 20.3 cm.; 6" x 8" — 15.2 x 20.3 cm.; 9.75" x 7" — 24.8 x 17.8 cm.; 10" x 7" — 25.4 x 17.8 cm.; 9.75" x 7" — 24.8 x 17.8 cm.; 6.75" x 9.75" — 17.1 x 24.8 cm.; 7" x 10" — 17.8 $500—800


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EDWIN WHITEFIELD (1816-1892), CANADIAN MONTREAL CANADA EAST FROM THE MOUNTAIN, 1855 [DEAK, 636]

CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) COLLECTION OF 7 CANADIAN HISTORIC VIEWS OF CITIES IN ONTARIO:

CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) COLLECTION OF 6 HISTORIC VIEWS OF TORONTO; MONTREAL AND QUEBEC

Handcoloured lithograph with le!ers. Published by E. Whitefield Gt St James St., Montreal. Unframed.

Seven handcoloured engravings and lithographs:

16" x 27.5" — 40.6 x 69.9 cm.; 23.5" x 37.5" — 59.7 x 95.3 cm. Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada Note: Whitefield’s Original Views of North American Cities, No 25. This historic print contains 19 references to important builders in the bo!om margin. $600—900

1. Canadian School, Port Hope, The Hough & Harris Co Ltd. Lith, Lithograph. Unframed; 2. Canadian School, Village of Queenstown, From Brock’s Monument, Canadian Side, Lithograph. Unframed; 3. C. Hashe (A"er Col. Joseph Bouche!e (1774 -1841), Kilborn’s Mills, Stanstead, Lower Canada and The United States Se!lements, Vermont, South of the Province Line- Lat 45 N. Handcoloured lithograph. Printed by W. Day Lithographer to the King, 17 Gate St. Lincoln Fds; 4. Canadian, On the road to Sillery. Handcoloured engraving. Unframed; 5. Canadian, Looking towards Lake Ontario, from Heights near Queenstown, engraving. Unframed; 6. Canadian, Looking up the O!awa, from Parliament Grounds, engraving. Unframed; 7. Canadian, St. Catharines, engraving. Unframed. 7.75" x 10.25" — 19.7 x 26 cm.; 7.75" x 10.25" — 19.7 x 26 cm.; 7" x 9.75" — 17.8 x 24.8 cm.; 7.25" x 10" — 18.4 x 25.4 cm.; 7" x 10" — 17.8 x 25.4 cm.; 7.75" x 10" — 19.7 x 25.4 cm.; 7" x 10" — 17.8 x 25.4 cm. Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $350—550

Six reproduction prints 1. Unknown Artist, Normal School Buildings Toronto; Toronto; Provincial Exhibition Building - Toronto (3 prints in 1 frame); 2. Unknown Artist, Unidentified Building. Framed. 3. Unknown Artist, York from Gibraltar Point, published by Wille! 7 Blanford Bouvier Street Fleet Street, London Dec 1st, 1828; 4. Conrad Douville, Entree du Seminare et Coin de la Rue de la Fabique, Quebec; 5. Unknown Artist, St Lawrence Hall - Toronto; Masonic Hall Buildings - Toronto; Mechanics institutes & St. James Parochial Schools Toronto; Normal School Buildings - Toronto (3 prints in 1 frame); 6. William Henry Bartle! (9 prints framed together) 3.5" x 5" — 8.9 x 12.7 cm.; 4.75" x 6.5" — 12.1 x 16.5 cm.; 9.5" x 16" — 24.1 x 40.6 cm.; 9" x 10" — 22.9 x 25.4 cm.; 10" x 20" — 22.9 x 25.4 cm.; 17" x 21.5" — 25.4 x 50.8 cm. Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $100—150


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EDWIN WHITEFIELD (1816-1892), AMERICAN HAMILTON, CANADA WEST, FROM THE MOUTAIN, 1854

WILLIAM HENRY BARTLETT (1809 - 1854), BRITISH COLLECTION OF 13 HISTORIC HANDCOLOURED ENGRAVINGS OF CANADA

PETER ETRIL SNYDER (1944-), CANADIAN UNTITLED (FARMER TILLING FIELD)

Handcoloured stone lithograph. Endico! & Co., N.Y. Published by E. Whitefield, Hamilton. Unframed 19" x 38" — 48.3 x 96.5 cm. Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $600—900

In 8 groups: 1. Toronto. Published for the Proprietors by Geo; Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, London, 1840. Unframed;

Lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed and numbered 92/250 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Sheet 12" x 14" — 30.5 x 35.6 cm. $100—150

2. Monument to Wolfe and Montcalm, Quebec. Published for the Proprietors by Geo; Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, London, 1841. Unframed; 3. Two prints together: The General’s Bridge, near Annapolis (Nova Scotia); Scene among the Thousand Isles. Unframed. 4. Two prints together: The Whirlpool (Niagara); The Banks of the River Niagara. Unframed. 5. Two prints together: Church at Point-Levi; Lily Lakes (St. Johns). Unframed. 6. Three prints together: Light-Tower, near Coburg (Lake Ontario); Brockville, St. Lawrence; Port Hope. Published for the Proprietors by Geo; Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, London, 1840. Unframed. 7. Scene on the River St. Lawrence. (Near Montreal);

103 CANADIAN (19TH CENTURY) LACROSSE GROUNDS, 1882 (THE TORONTO LACROSSE GROUNDS, ONTARIO, SCHOFIELD AVE. ON JARVIS?) Handcoloured engraving. Unframed. 7" x 10" — 17.8 x 25.4 cm. Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $100—150

8. Governor’s House, Fredericton. Published for the Proprietors by Geo. Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, London, 1842. Unframed. 7" x 8" — 17.8 x 20.3 cm.; 7" x 8" — 17.8 x 20.3 cm.; 6" x 17" — 15.2 x 43.2 cm.; 6" x 17" — 15.2 x 43.2 cm.; 6" x 17" — 15.2 x 43.2 cm.; 7" x 29" — 17.8 x 73.7 cm.; 6" x 8" — 15.2 x 20.3 cm. Provenance: Prominent Collection, Canada $350—500

106 GEORGES ROUAULT (1871-1958), FRENCH SATAN IV (FROM LES FLEURS DU MAL), 1926 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 215] Copperplate engraving on wove paper; signed and dated 26 (with inverted 6) in the plate centre le", from the total edition of 450. Printed by Jacquemin, Paris. Published by Ambroise Vollard, Paris. Ma!ed and unframed. Plate/Sheet 13.5" x 9.75" — 31 x 24 cm. Provenance: Galerie d’Art Paul Prout, Paris, September 18, 1950; From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) $200—400


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GEORGES ROUAULT (1871-1958), FRENCH TWO PLATES (FROM PASSION), 1939

KATHE KOLLWITZ (1867-1945), GERMAN FOUR ALEXANDER VON DER BECKE ETCHINGS: 1.JUNGES PAAR (YOUNG COUPLE); 2. HAMBURGER KNEIPE (HAMBURG TAVERN) 3. AUFRUHR (REVOLT); 4. BERATUNG (CONSPIRACY) [KLIPSTEIN, 73; 58; 46; AND 25]

AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606-1669), DUTCH AFTER REMBRANDT’S JOSEPH’S COAT BROUGHT TO JACOB, CIRCA 1633 [BARTSCH, 38]

Two wood engravings en-texte on laid paper; each signed in the plate with artist’s monogram lower right, from the total edition of 270. Text by Andre Suares. Published by Ambroise Vollard, 1939. Printed by Henri Jourde. Executed by Georges Aubert Rouault’s designs. Each Unframed. Each Plate/Sheet 30" x 20" — 76.2 x 50.8 cm.; 17.4" x 13.2" — 44.3 x 33.6 cm. Literature: Rebecca A. Rabinow, et. al, Cézanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard, Patron of the Avant-garde, 2006, p. 403, Cat No. 185 Note: “On August 7, 1927 Suares wrote to the collector Jacques Doucet about his book projects with Rouault: ‘The contact between my text and Rouault’s plates will be astonishing. Far from finding that a bad thing, I think it will be a strength of the work. ... Rouault’s images and my poems do not look to find one another but are parallel. $200—400

1. The first: etching in brown ink on thick paper with Alexander von der Becke’s “Munich 22” blindstamp lower right inside the plate, with le!ers in the plate “Orig. Rad. von Käte Kollwitz" and "Druck V. O. Felsing, BerlinChl!bg” in the plate. Von der Becke edition between 1963/65 and 1972; 2. So" ground etching on pale cream wove paper; signed in the plate with monogram initials lower le", blindstamped “Munchen 22” lower right margin. 1901, published in 1925 in the unsigned von der Becke edition with his stamp lower right margin

Etching with dry point on laid paper with partial watermark; signed in the plate lower right, inscribed “après Chy Haidz M Des tu lowes / 1792” in sepia ink verso, further inscribed “B. 38 copie” in pencil verso Plate/ Sheet, trimmed to or just outside of platemark 4.2" x 3.3" — 10.7 x 8.3 cm. Literature: Arthur Mayger Hind, Rembrandt, With a Complete List of His Etchings, 1911, p. 7, cat no. 104

3. With engraved scripts in the plate listing Richter as the seller, Felsing as the printer, and Kollwitz as the artist, von der Becke's 3-line Berlin-Halensee dry stamp is not visible;

Note: “The date 1633 seems indistinctly etched beante the shadow in the r. lower corner. The original of this print has been much disputed. [Carel] Vosmaer doubted, and van Vliet’s name was suggested by Middleton, but with li!le foundation.”

4. Etching with “Munchen 22” blindstamp lower right margin

$300—500

Plate 11.5" x 12" — 29.2 x 30.5 cm.; 11" x 14.25" — 27.9 x 36.2 cm.; 11.5" x 12 1/4" — 29.2 x 3083.6 cm.; 11.5" x 7" — 29.2 x 17.8 cm. Provenance: 1. Collection of Dr. Horn, Toronto label verso; 4. Levis Fine Art Auctions, Calgary label verso; Private Collection, Toronto $800—1,000


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MARIE LAURENCIN (1885-1956), FRENCH LES TROIS SOEURS, 1930 [MARCHESSEA, 142]

Etching; signed and numbered 5/50 in black pen and ink to margin, titled and inscribed Zachrisson in pencil verso. Ma!ed and unframed.

Colour lithograph; signed in pencil and numbered 12/30 in pencil to margin, titled and further inscribed in pencil to a label affixed to frame verso

HONORÉ DAUMIER (1808-1879), FRENCH MON CHER QUE VOULEZ VOUS..., (PLATE 13 FROM LES GENS DE JUSTICE), 1845 [DELTEIL, 1349 II/II]

Plate 12.4" x 19.1" — 31.4 x 48.5 cm.

Sheet 10.5" x 13.25" — 26.7 x 33.7 cm.

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto acquired from the artist’s agent in Panama in the late 1950’s

Provenance: Private Collection, O!awa, ON

$300—500

111 MARIE LAURENCIN (1883-1956), FRENCH LE CHAPEAUX SUR LES YEUX, 1923 [MARCHESSEAU, 67, VARIANT] Etching with handcolouring. Not signed or numbered.

$300—500

114 HONORE DAUMIER (1808-1879) , FRENCH VOILA! T’ES DEVENU RENTIER, MOI MEDECIN ...; GRACON, QU’EST-CE QUE C’EST QUE CA? (TWO PLATES FROM TYPES PARISIENS. (NUMBERED PLATES UPPER RIGHT MARGINS)

Lithograph with le!ers on cream paper, signed with initials in the plate lower right. With an unidentified handwri!en collectors? mark in sepia ink verso. Printed and published by Aubert et Cie in Le Charivari, September 21, 1845 Image/Sheet 8.9" x 9.8" — 22.7 x 25 cm.; 8.6" x 14.3" — 21.9 x 36.3 cm. $200—400

116 ALMERY LOBEL-RICHE (1880-1950), FRENCH LA TOILETTE Etching and drypoint; titled in pencil to margin

Plate 1.5" x 1.3" — 3.75 x 3.25 cm.

Two lithographs with le!ers with text verso; each signed with initials in the stone, the first lower right, the second lower le#

Plate/Sheet 9.8" x 6.9" — 25 x 17.5 cm.; 13.25" x 10" — 33.7 x 25.4 cm.

$100—150

Sight each 8.5" x 9.5" — 21.6 x 24.1 cm.

$100—200

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CLAIRE WEISSMAN WILKS (1933- ), CANADIAN TWO OF US TOGETHER, EACH OF US ALONE (SUITE OF 20 EROTIC PHOTOLITHOGRAPHS), 1982

AFTER AMEDEO MODIGLIANI (1884-1920), ITALIAN NU

JAN GILLISZ VAN VLIET (ALSO CALLED JAN GEORG VAN VLIET; JAN VAN VLIET; JAN (JOHANNES) GILLISZ. VAN VLIET) (CIRCA 1600/1610 -1667), DUTCH FAMILY NEAR A SPIRAL STAIRCASE, 1934 [BARTSCH, 56 II]

Twenty photolithographs, most on Somerset England watermarked paper; numbered 30 of 275 and dated 1982 to the justification page. Loose as issued and contained in a black cloth covered clamshell box with gilt le!ering. Published by Exile Editions, Toronto. Printed by Herzig Sommerville Ltd., Toronto.

Etching; signed in reverse in the plate lower le". Postumous edition. Plate/Sheet 3.8" x 5.8" — 9.7 x 14.7 cm.; 4.9" x 7" — 12.5 x 17.7 cm. $300—500

Etching on laid paper, laid down to a heavy wove paper partially removed; signed in the plate on the staircase. Ma!ed and unframed. Plate/Sheet, trimmed to platemark 6.1" x 5.5" — 15.6 x 14 cm.

Each sheet 21.9" x 14.5" — 55.5 x 36.8 cm.

Literature: Mariet Westermann, Rembrandt, 2000, pgs. 45 and 106

$100—200

Note: Jan Gillisz van Vilet was a contemporary and collaborator of Rembrandt during his Leiden perod. Rembrandt would engage the printmaker Jan Gillisz van Vliet to create several works, the most ambitious of which was their collaboration for the etching and engraved work The Descent from the Cross (1633). $100—150

120 ERNEST LINDNER (1897-1988) , CANADIAN UNTITLED (SLEEPING NUDE)

118 FRANCESCO NOVELLI (1767-1836), ITALIAN AFTER VIVAN DENON (1747-1825), FRENCH TWO YOUNG WOMEN Etching on laid paper; signed in the plate. Ma!ed and unframed. Sheet 6.7" x 5.1" — 17 x 13 cm. Provenance: Ex. Coll. Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi"ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession No. .22174; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO $50—80

Lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed and numbered 17/250 in pencil to margin 21.5" x 29.5" — 54.6 x 74.9 cm. $400—600


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HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864 -1901), FRENCH MISS MAY BELFORT SALUANT, 1895 [DELTEIL 117; WITTROCK 115; ADRIANI; 21]

RICK ZOLKOWER (20TH/21ST CENTURY), CANADIAN GRINDING CORN - MEXICO, 1890, PRINTED 1984

JAMES JACQUES JOSEPH TISSOT (1836 -1902), FRENCH PRINTEMPS, 1878 [WENTWORTH, 34]

Black lithograph on LG blindstamped paper; signed with artist’s monogram in the plate lower le!. From an unknown edition size. Printed later.

Gelatin silver print with arched top; titled, numbered “ed. #1” in sepia ink, blindstamped “Restored and Printed by Rick Zolkower Toronto Circa Printed 1984”

Image/Sheet 13.75" x 9.8" — 34.9 x 25 cm.; 20.75" x 14" — 52.7 x 35.6 cm.

Sheet 14" x 10.5" — 35.6 x 26.7 cm.

$100—200

Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto

Etching and drypoint on laid paper; signed “J.J Tissot” in the plate. Printed in an edition of approximately 100. Plate 15" x 5.3" — 38.1 x 13.5 cm. Provenance: Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto $600—800

$40—80

123 PHILIP PEARLSTEIN (1924 - ), AMERICAN NUDE ON MEXICAN BLANKET, 1972 Colour etching; signed, titled and numbered 33/73 in pencil to margin sheet 22.5" x 29 7/8" — 57.2 x 7564.1 cm.

127 125 AUGUSTE GIRAUDON’S ARTIST, CIRCA 1870, FRENCH ARTIST’S STUDY (OR FIELD WORKER WITH SICKLE), CIRCA 1870

Provenance: Donald Morris Gallery Inc., Detroit label verso

Albumen print; mounted; titled “Artist’s Study” and dated “Circa 1870” to the Steven Evans Vintage Photography as an “A"ributed to Giraudon’s Artist” to his label verso

$500—700

Image 6.5" x 3" — 16.5 x 7.6 cm. Provenance: Steven Evans Vintage Photography, Toronto Note: In the 1870’s, Auguste Giraudron commissioned a group of photographers to do a series of Barbizon, France subjects $500—700

EDWARD HILLEL (1953- ), CANADIAN PASSAGES (FOLIO OF TEN), 1984 Folio of ten black and white photographs numbered 88/100. loose in a hard shell case with le"er on front. Each separated with parchment paper guards. 20" x 16" — 50.8 x 40.6 cm. $800—1,000


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SHOGO OKAMOTO (1920-2001), JAPANESE THE ENTRY OF FOREST, 1972

GEORGES ROUAULT (1871-1958), FRENCH LES RÉINCARNATIONS DU PÈRE UBU, (BOOK BY AMBROISE VOLLARD WITH 5 PLATES ONLY), 1932 [CHAPON/ROUAULT, 8-29]

THREE VOLUMES OF VERVE (1937- 1960), PARIS SPRING 1938; NO. 3 1938; NO. 4 1939

Etching; signed, dated ‘72, numbered 24/80 and inscribed in Japanese in pencil to margin Provenance: Hanga Gallery, Kyoto, Japan $300—500

Portfolio of 87 wood engravings with text on Royale de Vidalon (Vidalon Haut) watermarked paper and a suite of 5 only etched plates on Arches paper, this being numbered 293/305 on justification page

Three volumes: An Artistic and Literary Quarterly. Published at 4 Rue Ferou, Paris, France. 14" x 10.5" — 35.6 x 26.7 cm. $300—500

Overall 17.5" x 13.2" — 44.5 x 33.5 cm. $1,200—1,800

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EIICHI KOTOZUKA (1901- ), JAPANESE BAMBOO Colour print; stamped to lower le! margin. Titled to the accompanying Publisher’s label: Uchida Woodblock Printing Co., Ltd., Kyoto, Japan affixed to the support Sheet 17.5" x 11.5" — 44.5 x 29.2 cm. $50—80

131 DAVE HEATH (1931-2016), AMERICAN BOOK: A DIALOGUE WITH SOLITUDE, SIGNED FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, LUMIERE PRESS, TORONTO, 2000 Hardcover reprint printed in slightly larger format than the original edition. Foreword by Hugh Edwards. Signed by Dave Heath in blue ink to title page. Published by Luminiere Press, Toronto. Grey cloth-covered boards with title stamped on spine in black. Dust jacket with mylar wraps. 12.5" x 9.6" — 31.8 x 24.5 cm. $100—150

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT (1867-1959), AMERICAN BUILDINGS, PLANS AND DESIGNS, 1963 (PARTIAL PORTFOLIO) Incomplete set of numbered plates with text by William Wesley Peters and Frank Lloyd Wright, New York. In a hard cover folio. Horizon Press, New York edition planned and designed by the publishers in the summer and fall of 1963 at the plant of The Comet Press Incorporated on papers supplied by Perkins and Squire Company. Overall 25.5" x 16" x 2" — 64.8 x 40.6 x 5.1 cm. $300—500


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GENERAL IDEA: MULTIPLES/ CATALOGUE RAISONNE, CANADIAN GENERAL IDEA & S.L. SIMPSON GALLERY, AUTOGRAPHED, FIRST EDITION, LIMITED EDITION OF 500, 1993

HANS ERNI (1909-2015), SWISS PAUL VALERY: RÉFLEXIONS SIMPLE SUR LE CORPS (FACSIMILE EDITION, NOVEMBER, 1968)

RARE WOODSTOCK PROMOTIONAL PAMPHLET, AMERICAN NO ONE WHO WAS THERE WILL EVER BE THE SAME

Facsimile book unbound with loose folded illustrated pages, with folded pa"erned so!cover decorated with an embossed spider web design with gilt orb.

Eight page promotional pamphlet by Warner Brothers, printed in the USA, folded sheets with colour printed front and back cover illustrations, opening to printed text with black and white illustrations, with one folded sheet opening to a colour print headed “Woodstock” and stamped “Soul Brothers”. Unframed.

So! cover, 140 pages, illustrated with black and white illustrations with General Idea sticker loosely inserted, autographed and numbered 16/500 in pen and ink to title page. Published by S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto 8" x 6" — 20.3 x 15.2 cm. $100—150

10.5" x 8" — 26.7 x 20.3 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Harrington, P.E.I by inheritance from the Estate of Dr. Jean-Marc Klein, Dermatologist, pilot and Military Officer, Charletown, P.E.I., acquired from his father, Paul Bernard Klein, book editor, born Paris, France Note: Paul Bernard Klein knew many artists and writers. They were mostly French and internationally well-known including: Max Jacob, Andre U"er, Moise Kisling, Giorgio de Chirico, Jean Cocteau, Derain, Vlaminck, Susanne Valadon, Marin-Marie, J.P. Remon, Louis Pauwels, Heron de Villefosse, Georges Duhamel, Cole"ye; Foujita, Jean Cocteau and the creator of this lot, Hans Erni. $200—300

Overall 15" x 10.6" — 38.1 x 27 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Hamilton, Ontario with connections to the rock and roll industry $100—150


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ROLLING STONES FASHION ALBUM FOR “THE NORTH AMERICAN TOUR, 1989 FOR STEEL WHEELS: ALBUM OF SAMPLE FASHIONS FOR ROLLING STONES TOUR

ISRAELI ARTISTS (20TH CENTURY) THE SONG OF SONGS WHICH IS SOLOMON’S [ORIGINAL ART PORTFOLIO] INCLUDING:

Unnumbered pages with wire bound spine containing block printed colour illustrations of costume samples for the band’s approval. The back typed pages containing le!ers dated 1989 for possible branding contracts including Converse; Airbourne/Zorlac skateboards and Kransco frisbees

120 colour lithographs; signed and numbered by 91 contemporary artists with one “proof print” numbered 109/120 HC: Abramovitch Pinchass, Abramson Matania, Alexander Stephan, Alcalay Ahron, April Aharon, Argov Michael, Ariely Mordechai, Avni Shimon, Barel Yoav, Basson Naim, Bat-Yoseph Miriam, Benjano Gaby, Berger Genia, Bernstein Moshe, Bogen Alexander, Davidovitch Gershon, Eidlitz Shelly, Eiseman Michael, Feigin Dov, Feingersh Oded, Fenichel Abba, Garbuz Yair, Gat Eliahu, Gerstein David, Gertner I!a, Giladi Aharon, Gildor Jacob, Gre!y Rubinstein, Griffit Joshua, Grobman Michael, Hanita, Heiman Shoshana, Hofsta!er Osias, Jana Moshe, Katz Avner, Kedar Dan, Kor Paul, Kosowsky Avinoam, Kossonogi Joseph, Kryger Dan, Kulka Dan, Lamdan Arie, Lavie Raffi, Lemberger Menachem, Lieblich Ziva, Lifshitz Efraim, Lishansky Batia, Lucaci Adrian, Luisada A. Renzo, Lurie Esther, Meshulam David, Michaan Moshe, Milstein Zvi, Mintz Raffi, Misky Reuven, Paldi Israel, Pat Avraham, Pen Mordechai, Peretz-Arad Esther, Propes Moshe, Raichwarger Yan, Rakia David, Reisman Ori, Rennert Gershon, Romberg Osvaldo, Rosenthalis Moshe, Roth Lior, Sabin, Salomon Edwin, Schwartz Shlomo, Shavit Rachel, Siani Itamar, Sisselman Mina, Smilansky Neomi, Stern Yossi, Sternchuss Moshe, Streichman Yechezkel, Tadmor Zvi, Tamari Amiram, Tauber Blanka, Tepler Samuel, Tumarkin Igael, Ullman Gad, Vitkin Shlomo, Wallersteiner Jehuda, Weil Shraga, Weiss Arie, Wexler Jacob, Wodnitzky Samuel, Yanive Claire, Zarfati Ruth. Collection du Docteur Norman P. Schenker. Mots-clés : Judaica, Jewish, Hebrew, Judaïsme, Hébreu.

DANNY SUGERMAN (1954-2005), BRITISH APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION: THE DAYS OF GUNS N' ROSES (THE HISTORY OR MYSTERY OF DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR (THE FIRST AND FINAL DRAFTS)

Overall 16.75" x 12" — 42.5 x 30.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Hamilton, Ontario with connections to the rock and roll industry Note: This book was actually handled by members of the Rolling Stones as they chose the fashion designs for the tour $300—500

Overall 15" x 11" x 3.3" — 38.1 x 27.9 x 8.5 cm. $500—700

A copy of the typed manuscript first dra#, with 233 numbered loose pages with some annotations to text in pen and ink with St. Martin’s Press/New York publisher’s name on cover. The final typed manuscript, annotated: “Final Dra#”, dated “9-6-90” and annotated “Far Arden Inc.” on cover is coil bound with pen and ink annotated front cover, and with some annotations in ink to the text. 298 numbered pages. Overall each 11" x 8.5" — 27.9 x 21.6 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Hamilton, Ontario with connections to the rock and roll industry Note: The hardcover, First Edition, was published on July 1st 1991 by St. Martin's Press $800—1,200


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TAFFY HORNELL (1951-), CANADIAN SWEET WILLIAM, 1974

HAROLD BARLING TOWN (1924-1990), CANADIAN BLUE RASPBERRY STRETCH, 1971

GERALD GLADSTONE (1929-2005) , CANADIAN UNTITLED (FROM THE TORONTO 20 PORTFOLIO), 1965

Colour etching with aquatint; signed, titled, numbered 9/25 and dated “‘74 imp” in pencil to margin

Colour silkscreen; signed, dated ‘71 and numbered 1-99 in pencil along the bo!om edge. Unframed.

Colour offset lithograph; signed and numbered 16/110 in black ink to margin

Sheet 28.5" x 40.25" — 72.4 x 102.2 cm.

26" x 19.75" — 66 x 50.2 cm.

$100—200

$500—800

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KATIE (KIYOOKA) VAN DER OHE (1937- ) , CANADIAN ORANGE TWO STEP; CIRCLE ROUND ABOUT (2), 1969

PHYLLIS FRIEDMAN (20TH/21ST CENTURY), CANADIAN PERSONAL; MARINA (2)

EDWARD JOHN (TED) BARTRAM (1938-), CANADIAN ROCK FACE COPPERHEAD, GEORGIAN BAY, 2002

Image Irregular/Sheet 15.5" x 10.75" — 39.4 x 27.3 cm.; 19.75" x 14.25" — 50.2 x 36.2 cm.

Two colour silkscreens, each signed titled, dated 69 and numbered 4/13 and 6/39 respectively in pencil to margins. Unframed.

Two etchings on wove paper, the second title with colour; each signed, titled and numbered 1/25 and 2/25, respectively in pencil to margins. Each unframed.

Handcoloured etching on paper; signed, titled, numbered V.E 1/10, and dated 2002 in pencil to margin

Sheet 25.5" x 30.5" — 64.8 x 77.5 cm.

Plate 6.75" x 5" — 17.1 x 12.7 cm.; 4.5" x 6.75" — 11.4 x 17.1 cm.

Plate/Sheet Sight 23" x 35" — 58.4 x 88.9 cm.; 27.25" x 39" — 69.2 x 99.1 cm.

$400—600

Note: The artist operated an antique business in Montreal. Opening in 1983, Friedman’s shop was one of the first quality antique stores in Montreal specializing in English and European antiquities from the 17th century to the 19th century.

Provenance: Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON; Private Collection, Toronto, ON

Phylllis is a Member of the Canadian Antique Dealers Association (CADA) and an expert on the Canadian Antiques Road Show. $100—150

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CAMPBELL SCOTT (1930- ), BRITISH TANGLED FORMS, 1968

RICHARD SEWELL (1942-), AMERICAN/CANADIAN EXPLOITED STILL LIFE, 1981

THEO TOBIASSE (1927-2012), ISRAELI LA MARIEE JOUE DU VIOLON

Colour etching; signed and signed with red initial monogram stamp, titled, dated 68 and numbered 14/30 in pencil to margin Plate 15.75" x 19.5" — 40 x 49.5 cm. Provenance: Gallery Brand, Oakville, ON $100—200

Drint print (lithograph and colour silkscreen) on Rives watermarked paper; signed, titled, dated ‘81 at Toronto, and numbered 35/50 in pencil to margin, with artist’s blindstamp lower right. Unframed. Sheet 29.5" x 26" — 74.9 x 66 cm.; 14" x 19.75" — 35.6 x 50.2 cm. Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008)

Colour lithograph, titled in the plate lower right; signed and numbered 138/175 in pencil to margin Image 26" x 19" — 66 x 48.3 cm. Provenance: Gallery Brand, Oakville, ON $300—500

Literature: Colin S. MacDonald, A Dictionary of Canadian Artists, Gallery of Canada; Kay Kritzwiser, "Everything I could say about one drawing”, from Globe & Mail, 19 June 1981 Note: Richard Sewell was born in St. Louis, MO, USA and se!led in Toronto in the late 1960’s. In 1970, Sewell co-founded the Open Studio Print Work Shop, a Toronto artist-run printmaking facility. In 1982, he joined the Art and Art History Program at Sheridan College and worked with a generation of students in the areas of printmaking, drawing, painting, sculpture, and performance art.

150 GUSTAVE SINGIER (1909-1984), FRENCH BAIGNEUSE DE JUILLET, 1968 Colour lithograph; signed, dated 68 and numbered 73/90 in pencil to margin Image 21" x 16" — 53.3 x 40.6 cm. $200—300

The artist began experimenting and developed a combination of drawing and printing. In a process the called ‘drint’, Sewell subjected his drawings to the same process as a print edition. In an interview with Kay Kritzwiser in 1981, Sewell speaks broadly of the drint technique and explains, “the drawing of the still life of a wicker basket of bananas and pears resting on a book.” $50—100

153 JOHN KENNETH ESLER (1933-2001), CANADIAN FOURTEEN VARIOUS ORIGINAL PRINTS: RACE #3; JULY 1ST CELEBRATION; BLUE DIANA (2 PLATES); MANDALA (DIARY OF A LOST HUNTER); THE GAMBLER?; LUNCH KIT; THE CALGARY? HORSE #3; CENTURY PIECE; LOST FLAG; ORANGE REVISITED; PEGASUS #2; WEST COSMOS #1; WEST COSMOS #2 Eleven etchings, some with colour and three colour silkscreens; each signed, titled, variously numbered in small editions and most variously dated in the late 1960’s and 1970’s in pencil to margins. Unframed. Various Sheet sizes 29" x 40.75" — 73.7 x 103.5 cm.; 21.5" x 21.5" — 54.6 x 54.6 cm. $400—600


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PAUL COLIN (1892-1985), FRENCH POSTER: CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE, FRENCH LINE, C.1952

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, PUBLISHER, 1957 POSTER: THE WONDERFUL LAND INDIA, 1957

Colour lithographic poster backed on linen. Printed by Courbet, Paris. Unframed

Colour stone lithograph. Printed by M/S Bombay Fine Art Offset and Litho Works, Bombay. Unframed.

MIGUEL COVARRUBIAS (1904-1957), MEXICAN POSTER: OAXACA, MEXICO, C.1941, DEPARTMENTO DE TURISMO SECRETARIA DE GOBERNACION, ASOCIACION MEXICANA DE TURSISMO

43.5" x 28.5" — 99 x 66.5 cm. $300—400

39" x 23.8" — 99 x 60.5 cm. Note: Published by and for the government of India depicting in the distance the Gateway of India landmark of Mumbai built to commemorate the visit of King George to India in 1911.

Colour offset lithograph on cardboard. Printed in Mexico. Unframed 37" x 26.8" — 94 x 68 cm. $200—300

$250—350

155 KURT BÖRMEL, (ACT. CIRCA 1920-1940), GERMAN POSTER: SAISON AUSVERKAUF, C.1920 Colour offset lithograph printed by S. Malz, G. M.B.H.Berlin. Unframed 46.8" x 31.1" — 118.8 x 79 cm. $250—350

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AMERICAN, CIRCA 1920’S POSTER: MESSETT’S MUSICAL ENTERTAINERS

CLAES OLDENBURG (1929 - ), AMERICAN POSTER: (GEOMETRIC MOUSE) MODERN MUSEET/ OPPET 11-21

Colour lithograph by an anonymous artist. Printed by D.L. Co., Newport, Kentucky, unframed

Colour lithographic poster

42.1" x 28.2" — 107 x 71.6 cm.

Sheet 38" x 27" — 96.5 x 68.6 cm. $100—150

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AMERICAN, CIRCA 1940 POSTER: WOODY HERMAN EXCLUSIVELY ON COLUMBIA RECORDS, C.1940

JULES CHERET (1836-1932), FRENCH HALLE AUX CHAPEAUX

AFTER JEAN PICART LE DOUX (1902-1982), FRENCH CONCERTO

Black and white lithographic Jazz poster. Unframed.

Colour lithographic poster; linen backed. Printed by Chaix, Paris. Ma!ed and unframed.

39.9" x 25.8" — 101.3 x 65.5 cm.

20" x 15.5" — 50.8 x 39.4 cm.

$100—200

Provenance: Hugh W. Li!le Vintage Prints and Fine Art; Private Collection, Toronto $200—300

Yellow ground tapestry; signed in the weave lower right, signed by Le Doux in blue pen and ink to publisher’s label affixed to the verso, titled and numbered 129 of 750 to this label verso. Published by Henri Duprez & Cie, Hem (Nord) in collaboration with Editions D’Art sur Textiles, Paris. With hanging rings along the top edge. Provenance: Private Collection, Harrington, P.E.I by inheritance from the Estate of Dr. Jean-Marc Klein, Dermatologist, pilot and Military Officer, Charletown, P.E.I., acquired from his father, Paul Bernard Klein, book editor, born Paris, France $500—700

161 [POSTER] J. BONELLI, URUGUAY TURISMO XIV CAMPEONATO SUD AMERICANO DE FOOTBALL, 1942 Colour lithographic poster; Columbinos impresores. Unframed 28.3" x 20.1" — 72 x 51 cm. $300—400

163 HAROLD GRAY (1894-1968), AMERICAN COLLECTION OF 15 ARTIST CHRISTMAS CARDS, YEARS INCLUDING 1940; 1948; 1954; 1955; 1957; 1960 ;1961; 1962; 1963 (2 DIFFERENT CARDS); 1965; 1966 (2 DIFFERENT CARDS); 1968; TWO UNDATED Colour block prints with le!ering, thirteen with printed dates, two without, the earliest being 1940. Unframed. Provenance: Cards from the artist and his wife; Estate Collection, Orangeville, Ontario $500—700


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AFTER JEAN PICART LE DOUX (1902-1982), FRENCH LE SOLEIL ET LA VIGNE

RUTH TULVING (1920-2012), ESTONIAN/CANADIAN ”EMBOSSING #6” / “WORDS OF LOVE”, 1977

SHIRLEY WALES (1931-1978 ), CANADIAN KAKISTOCRACY, 1962

Burgundy ground tapestry on “coton pur”; signed in the weave lower right, signed by Le Doux in blue pen and ink to publisher’s label affixed to the verso, titled and numbered 282 of 500 to this label verso. Published by Henri Duprez & Cie, Hem (Nord) in collaboration with Editions D’Art sur Textiles, Paris. With hanging rings along the top edge. 58" x 75.5" — 147.3 x 191.8 cm.

Colour relief print with embossing printed to the edges on handmade paper; signed, dated 77 and numbered A/P #2 in pencil to bo"om edge, titled and further inscribed in pencil verso. Unframed. Sheet 32.25" x 25.3" — 81.9 x 64.3 cm. $100—200

Provenance: Private Collection, Harrington, P.E.I by inheritance from the Estate of Dr. Jean-Marc Klein, Dermatologist, pilot and Military Officer, Charletown, P.E.I., acquired from his father, Paul Bernard Klein, book editor, born Paris, France

Colour embossed etching; signed, titled, dated March 1962 and inscribed “Colour Trial” in pencil to margin Plate 32.75" x 15.5" — 83.2 x 39.4 cm. Exhibited: A print from this edition was exhibited at The National Gallery of Canada, O"awa in “International Print Makers in Paris, Contemporary Color Intaglio” May 3, 1964 Literature: The artist and an impression from this edition is cited in Carl Weiselberger’s exhibition review of the above exhibition in “Trend in Print-Making seen in exciting new show” O"awa Citizen, May 11, 1964. He comments: “Shirley Wales’ plate “Kakistocracy” (who has been working in Paris) is etched in deep relief with two intaglio colours and three surface colours - an image of order triumphing over confusion.”

$900—1,200

$300—400

167 RUTH TULVING (1920-2012), ESTONIAN/CANADIAN UNTITLED (“RUSSIA GET OUT... I LOVE CANADA”); TORN, 1980 Two colour relief prints with embossing on handmade paper; the first, signed, dated 80 and numbered 1/10 in pencil to bo"om edge, the second, signed, dated 80 and numbered A/P in pencil, titled in pencil verso. Each unframed. Each Sheet 30" x 22.25" — 76.2 x 56.5 cm. $200—300


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ANTON ROOSKENS (1906-1976), DUTCH UNTITLED (‘GROEP’), 1967 Colour lithograph on wove paper with Court Gallery Graphics blindstamp lower le! margin; signed, dated 67 and numbered 101/250 in pencil

ROKUSHU MIZUFUNE (1912-1980), JAPANESE CROWS #14

GUILLERMO SILVA SANTAMARIA (1921 -2007), COLUMBIAN VISTA AL MUSEO, 1971

Colour woodblock; signed and indistinctly numbered in pencil to margin, titled to unidentified label verso

Colour etching; signed, titled, dated 1971 and numbered A-26 in pencil to margin. In a gilt painted wood frame with pilaster decoration.

Sheet 16" x 18.25" — 40.6 x 46.4 cm.

Block 20.75" x 14.25" — 52.7 x 36.2 cm.

Plate 11.25" x 14" — 28.6 x 35.6 cm.

$500—700

Provenance: Gallery Brand, Oakville

Provenance: Howard Mann Art Center, New Jersey

$100—200

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MARCEL MOULY (1918-2008), FRENCH TABLE DE JEUX À LA MANDOLE NOIRE

DAVID SILVERBERG (1936- ), CANADIAN MIEKO AND KAMIGAMO

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 141/275 in white chalk

Colour etching; signed, titled and numbered 42/120 in pencil to margin.

Sheet 34" x 25" — 86.4 x 63.5 cm.

Plate 20" x 14" — 50.8 x 35.6 cm.

$200—400

$100—200

170 JOE TILSON (1928-2000 ), BRITISH OCEANUS/TETHYS, 1973 Colour silkscreen and collage on firm wove paper; signed, dated 1973 and numbered 13/70 in pencil along the top edge Sheet 39" x 27" — 99.1 x 68.6 cm. Literature: Ausstellungskatalog Museum Boymans-van Beuningen Ro"erdam, 1973, Abb. S.46, Grafik Nr. 203. $300—500


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ERTE (1892-1990), RUSSIAN/FRENCH THE COMING OF SPRING, 1982

KAREL APPEL (1921-2006), DUTCH SKY BLUE KISS (LE BAISER), 1977

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 94/300 in pencil to margin, titled to the Certificate of Authenticity a!ached to the verso

Colour silkscreen on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 17/20 A.P. (aside from the numbered edition of 100) in pencil to margin, dated 1977 in red ink verso. Published by London Arts Inc. with their ink stamp verso. Ma!ed and unframed.

20TH CENTURY SWEDISH, 1957 THREE FIGURAL PRINTS: MAN WITH MALLET AND BOWL; SAWAH (WANDERERS - WOMEN WITH BASKETS), 1957; FIGURES ON SHORE

Image/Sheet sight 23.5" x 17.75" — 59.7 x 45.1 cm.; 27.5" x 20.5" — 69.9 x 52.1 cm. Provenance: Minotaur Galleries, Ltd., Las Vegas, Nevada, No. 1823 MLV, with Certificate of Authenticity, dated 10/83 $200—300

Image/Sheet 26" x 37.75" — 66 x 95.9 cm.; 29.5" x 40.25" — 74.9 x 102.2 cm. Provenance: Evelyn Aimis Fine Art, Toronto; Private Collection, Toronto $400—600

The first and second titles being two colour woodcuts; both indistinctly signed and titled in pencil to margins, the first, numbered 18/25 and dated 1957 in pencil to margin, the second, titled “Sawah”, numbered 20/21 and dated 1957 in pencil to margin. With a colour lithograph; signed and numbered 156/260 in pencil to margin Each sheet 18" x 9.75" — 45.7 x 24.8 cm.; 14.25" x 28.25" — 36.2 x 71.8 cm. Provenance: Family Collection, Sweden, thence to Canada $100—200

176 SAMUEL KOLBER (21ST CENTURY), CANADIAN SERIES OF SIX PHOTOS OF CHILDREN Series of six coloured photographs; artist’s studio labels Toronto, verso 9" x 6" — 22.9 x 15.2 cm. $60—100


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EUGENE DELATRE (1864-1938) , FRENCH FEMME À LA FENÊTRE (LA CONCIERGE RUE LEPIC),1893

EUGENE DELATRE (1864-1938), FRENCH ENFANT À LA GRILLE D'UN JARDIN (PAULINE, FILLE DE L'ARTISTE), 1893

IRVING AMEN (1918-2011), AMERICAN SEVEN SCENES

Colour etching with aquatint; signed and numbered “No 8” in blue pencil, with embossed red ink stamp of the artist (L. 742) to margin, signed and dated 1893 in the plate lower right

Colour etching with aquatint; signed and numbered “No 19” in blue pencil, with embossed red ink stamp of the artist (L. 742) to margin, signed and dated 1893 in the plate lower right

Plate/Sheet 10.6" x 7.9" — 26.9 x 20.1 cm.; 13.8" x 6.9" — 35 x 17.5 cm. Provenance: Ex. Coll. of Dr. G Sanderson; Gi!ed by the above to the Leon Katz Collection, Toronto, No. 261; Private Collection, Canada $300—500

Plate/Sheet 10.6" x 7.9" — 27 x 20 cm.; 13.8" x 10.8" — 35 x 27.5 cm. Provenance: Ex. Coll. of Dr. G Sanderson; Gi!ed by the above to the Leon Katz Collection, Toronto, No. 262; Private Collection, Canada

Four colour etchings; one black and white etching; and two woodcuts Provenance: Each acquired directly from the artist from his home in Florida, USA by the father of the present private collection; By descent $500—700

$300—500

183 MATT PHILLIPS (1927-), AMERICAN HOLDING A TABLET, 1978

181 MARIO REYES (20TH CENTURY), MEXICAN JICAMAS Colour etching; signed, titled and numbered 9/15 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Plate 12.5" x 10.25" — 31.8 x 26 cm. $200—300

Colour Monotype; signed and dated “phillips ‘78” in the plate 17.25" x 10.5" — 43.8 x 26.7 cm. Provenance: Donald Morris Gallery, Detroit; Private Collection, Canada $400—600


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MALTE STERNER (1903-1952), SWISS/CANADIAN GNARLED TREE

JOHNNY FRIEDLÄNDER (1912-1992), GERMAN POISSON III: LA FLEUR MARINE, 1955 [SCHMÜCKING, 143]

GEORGE HAWKEN (1946-), CANADIAN ASCENSEUR RODIN, 1978

Drypoint and etching on wove paper; signed in the plate, signed and titled indistinctly in pencil to margin. Unframed. Plate/Sheet 6.6" x 5.4" — 16.7 x 13.7 cm. Provenance: Ex. Coll. Dr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi!ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession No. .22169; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO $100—150

Colour etching with aquatint on cream Japon paper; signed and inscribed “epreuvre d’artiste a japon”? in pencil to margin, titled “Fleur Marine” and dated 1955 to typed label verso. Aside from the numbered edition of 175. Plate/Sheet Sight 16.1" x 20.9" — 41 x 53.2 cm.; 18.9" x 25.6" — 48 x 65 cm. Provenance: Art Gallery of Toronto (AGO) Art Rental Service, as “Fleur Marine”; Private Collection, Toronto

Etching and aquatint on paper; titled in the plate lower right, signed, titled, numbered 17/20, and dated 78/C.D. in pencil to margin. Plate/Sheet Sight 15.75" x 19.25" — 40 x 48.9 cm.; 17.75" x 20.75" — 45.1 x 52.7 cm. Provenance: Aggregation Gallery Ltd., Toronto, ON; Private Collection, Toronto, ON $200—400

$300—500

189 185 ARMIN CARL HANSEN (1886-1957), AMERICAN FISH MARKET, 1928

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Etching; signed and dated 28 in the plate lower right, signed and titled in pencil to margin

JOHN LENNON (1940-1980), BRITISH/AMERICAN FEELING GOOD

Plate 8" x 9.5" — 20.3 x 24.1 cm.

Colour sikscreen paper; signed and numbered 7/300 in pencil to margin;

$400—600

"This is My Story Both Humble And True"; Ono Yoko and John Lennon stamped seal to margin Sheet sight 18" x 21" — 45.7 x 53.3 cm. Provenance: Private Collection $600—800

AFTER CAMILLE PISSARRO (1830-1903), FRENCH LE SEMEUR; MARCHÉ AUX ŒUFS;TWO FROM LA CHARRUE D'ÉRABLE (THE MAPLEWOOD PLOUGH): PARIS: LE LIVRE CONTEMPORAIN, 1912 Two colour wood engravings on ivory laid paper before text; each signed with initials “CP” in the plate. Each engraved by Lucien Pissarro (1863-1944) and Esther Pissarro (1870 -1951), each numbered 23 of 116 to the justification pages affixed to the verso Each Plate 4.5" x 3.5" — 11.4 x 8.9 cm. $600—800


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AFTER ADOLPHE LÉON WILLETTE (1857 -1926), FRENCH THE PIOUS ERROR (THE PIOUS MISTAKE) (SPECIAL PLATE 11 FROM LES MAITRES DE L'AFFICHE), 1899

ALEXSANDR IVANOVICH BARANSKIY (1890-1965), RUSSIAN THE MONASTERY IN ZAGORSK (A TOWN EAST OF MOSCOW)

RICHARD SEWELL (1942-), AMERICAN/CANADIAN STOP-WATCH, 1979

Lithograph; signed in the plate lower le!, titled “The Pious Mistake” to the Merrill Chase Gallery Certificate of Authenticity; label verso

Handcoloured etching; signed with initials in the plate lower right, signed, titled and inscribed in cyrillics to margin, inscribed to labels verso, one in cyrillics

Sheet sight 13.25" x 9.75" — 33.7 x 24.8 cm.

Plate 13.25" x 18.5" — 33.7 x 47 cm.

Provenance: Merrill Chase Galleries, Ltd., Chicago, IL, with Certificate of Authenticity; Private Collection, Canada

Provenance: Moscow Section of Art U.S.S.R., Moscow label verso; Private Collection, Toronto, purchased in 1957 -1958 in a small town east of Moscow

Literature: Stanley Appelbaum, ed., The Complete “Masters of the poster”: all 256 color plates from ‘les Maitres de l’affiche’, Dover Publications, 1990, “Bonus Plates”, K, unpaginated

$100—200

Mixed-media collage over colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper with artist’s blindstamp lower right; signed, titled, dated ‘79 at Toronto, numbered 10/20 and inscribed “For Erica - xxxxx” in pencil to margin. Unframed. Sheet 35" x 22.5" — 88.9 x 57.2 cm. Provenance: Gi!ed from the artist; From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) Note: See previous lot (106) $50—100

$100—200

194 191 DAVID LOGGAN (1635-1692), BRITISH (FROM OXONIA ILLUSTRATA, 1675) Copper engraving with le#ers on wove paper, with vertical fold as issued by the publisher; signed and titled in the plate; Unframed. 11.75" x 15.25" — 29.8 x 38.7 cm. $70—100

JOHNNY FRIEDLAENDER (1912-1992), GERMAN VOGELFLUG Colour etching and aquatint; signed and numbered 15/150 in pencil to margin Plate 11.25" x 11" — 28.6 x 27.9 cm. $100—200


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PAUL WUNDERLICH (1927-2010), GERMAN FANTASTICAL LANDSCAPE, 1980

AFTER JOHN WOODHOUSE AUDUBON (1812-1862), AMERICAN SCRIURUS NIGRESCENS, BENNETT (DUSKY SQUIRREL), PLATE CXVII, NO. 24

CECIL BEATON (1904-1980), BRITISH SWANS AT SWAN LAKE COTTAGE, ENGLAND / SPRINGTIME IN ENGLAND, 1941

Handcoloured lithograoh with le!ers by John T. Bowen, Philadelphia (1801-1856)

Gelatin silver print; stamped and inscribed verso

Image with le!ers 23.25" x 19" — 59.1 x 48.3 cm.

10" x 9.5" — 25.4 x 24.1 cm.

$500—700

$200—400

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MANNER OF GEORGE ARMFIELD (BORN CIRCA 1808- 1893), BRITISH TERRIERS RATTING (TWO SCENES)

AFTER PIETER CASTEELS III (1684-1749), FLEMISH MARCH; APRIL; JUNE; OCTOBER (FROM TWELVE MONTHS OF FLOWERS), CIRCA 1730 [DUNTHORNE, 113]

Colour monotype on paper, laid down to a support; signed and dated 76; July 1980 in pencil to margin Image/Overall 28.5" x 26.5" — 72.4 x 67.3 cm.; 35.25" x 28.5" — 89.5 x 72.4 cm. Provenance: Staempfli Gallery, Inc. New York, USA, Inventory No. C-6824; Private Collection, Toronto $400—500

196 YANNICK BALLIF-SWINNEN (1927-), BRITISH ITA, 1974 Colour etching with aquatint and embossing; signed and numbered 51/70 in pencil, titled and dated 1974 29.9" x 22" — 76 x 56 cm. $100—200

Pair of engravings Each image sight 15.5" x 22" — 39.4 x 55.9 cm. $100—200

Four handcoloured engravings with le!ers engraved by Henry Fletcher (1710-1750). Published by Robert Furber, the Gardiner at Kensington, 1730 15.5" x 11.5" — 39.4 x 29.2 cm. Provenance: Estate Collection, Ontario $1,000—1,500


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DR. WOODVILLE (PUBLISHER) (18TH CENTURY), BRITISH TWO BOTANICAL STUDIES: GRATIOLA OFFICINALIS, PL. 47, 1790; PARIETARIA OFFICINALIS, PL. 142, 1792

MIRELLA MOSSANEN (20TH/21ST CENTURY), CANADIAN ORCHID, CIRCA 2004

MERLYN OLIVER EVANS (1910-1973), WELSH PENTAPTYCH NO 5, 1961

Gelatin silver print

Mezzotint and engraving on heavy J. Whatman watermarked paper; signed and dated “25/3/61” in the plate, lower right, signed, titled, dated ‘61 and numbered 8/50 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Two handcoloured engravings with le!ers. Each published by Dr. Woodville 1790 and 1792 respectively. Contained in matching gilt wood frames with hand-ruled French mats

Sheet 10" x 8" — 25.4 x 20.3 cm. $100—200

Image 7" x 4" — 17.8 x 10.2 cm.

Plate/Sheet 27.6" x 21.8" — 70 x 55.4 cm.; 40.9" x 27.6" — 104 x 70 cm.

$100—150

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) Literature: This image is illustrated on the front cover of Mel Gooding’s first full scale monograph on the life and work of this Glasgow-born British artist entitled: Merlyn Evans, published by Cameron & Hollis, UK in 2010.

204 202 WLADYSLAW MARYNOWICZ (1920-1977) , POLISH UNTITLED (FLORA WITH CEDARS) Gelatin silver print; given to the artist in the inscribed label verso Sheet sight 10.5" x 13.5" — 26.7 x 34.3 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto $60—100

LUCAS SAMARAS (1936- ), GREEK/AMERICAN HOOK, 1972 Colour screenprint; signed, dated 72 and numbered 35/150 in pencil to margin, titled to gallery label verso 37" x 26" — 94 x 66 cm. Provenance: The Pollock Gallery Limited, Toronto $300—500

Note: In the 1950’s Evans endeavoured to harness the power of geometrical abstraction and to revive the mezzotint technique. The Pentaptych mezzotints (1961) shared the geometrical abstraction of the artist’s paintings of the 1960’s $200—300


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A.R. PENCK (RALF WINKLER) (1939- ) , GERMAN UNTITLED (FIGURES AND BIRDS)

HAKU MAKI (1924-2000), JAPANESE POEM 70-34, 1974

BRIAN RICHARD FISHER (1939-2012), CANADIAN ODYSSEY 10, 1969

Etching and drypoint; signed “A.R. Penck” and numbered 14/25 in pencil to margin Plate/Sheet 15.3" x 22.5" — 38.9 x 57.2 cm.; 25" x 29" — 63.5 x 73.7 cm. Note: Ralf Winkler, alias A.R. Penck (born 5 October 1939) is a German painter, printmaker, sculptor, and jazz drummer. He was born in Dresden, Germany, and studied together with a group of other neoexpressionist painters in Dresden. He became one of the foremost exponents of the new figuration alongside Jörg Immendorff, Georg Baselitz and Markus Lüpertz. $200—300

Colour cement mortar block print; signed with the artist’s red Japanese seal in the pate lower le", signed in Roman, titled and dated “Poem 70 -34” (printed in 1970) and numbered indistinctly “34/70” in pencil to margin Plate/Sheet 21.5" x 7" — 54.6 x 17.8 cm.; 24" x 8.25" — 61 x 21 cm. Provenance: Sobot Collection, Toronto purchased from a Fine Art History Professor, Miami, Florida about 1959-60 $100—200

Colour silkscreen on heavy wove paper; signed “Fisher”, titled, dated ‘69 and numbered “1 of 40” in pencil to margin, also inscribed: “Gi" to V.T. 1969 from Advisory Arts Panel, Canada Council” in pencil along the bo#om margin, signed “Brian Fisher” and dated 1969 in pencil to the mat support board. Ma#ed and unframed. Image/Sheet 22.6" x 27.2" — 57.5 x 69 cm.; 23.6" x 28.1" — 60 x 71.25 cm. Provenance: Estate of Mr. Vincent Tovell, Canada; Gi"ed to the above by the Advisory Arts Panel, Canada Council in 1969 Exhibited: On loan to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, LN188 (AGOID: 18572) accompanying label $200—400


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DEREK BESANT (1950- ), CANADIAN WALL PAPER, 1979

OTIS TAMASAUSKAS (1947-), GERMAN/CANADIAN RED BIRD AND TROUT, 1993; UNTITLED, 1990

SEYMOUR HADEN (1818-1910), BRITISH GRIM SPAIN, 1887 [SCHNEIDERMAN, 173]

Colour etching on blindstamped paper printed to the edges; signed, titled, dated /79 and numbered “I A/P” in pencil to the image Sheet 23.5" x 17.5" — 59.7 x 44.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, New Brunswick Note: Derek Besant painted the tromple l’oeil aluminum mural “Downtown” that adorns the exterior of the Flatiron building located at 49 Wellington St. E., in Toronto in 1980 $300—500

The first, colour etching and aquatint on heavy wove paper; signed, titled, editioned VE 7/17 and dated 93 in pencil to margin; the second, etching, drypoint and aquatint on wove Arches watermarked paper; signed, dated 90 and numbered A.P. 1/1 in pencil to margin. Both unframed. Plate 4.25" x 5.75" — 10.8 x 14.6 cm.; 12.75" x 9.75" — 32.4 x 24.8 cm.

Etching on japon paper; signed and dated 1887 in the plate lower le" Plate/Sheet 6" x 9" — 15.2 x 22.9 cm.; 10.5" x 7.75" — 26.7 x 19.7 cm. Provenance: Watson Gallery Label $50—80

Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) $150—250

214 CORNEILLE (1922-2010), DUTCH ERRANCE, 1962 [DONKERSLOOT, 125]

210 CLAES OLDENBURG (1929-), AMERICAN GIANT HAMBURGER; GIANT SOFT FAN Two colour offset lithographic postcards; the first, signed with initials “CO” in ink to margin; the second, signed verso Image 4.3" x 3.7" — 11 x 9.4 cm. $40—80

212 ALPHONSE MUCHA (1860-1939), CZECH L'ESTAMPE MODERNE, 1898 Lithograph; plate signed on recto; on verso “Imprimerie Champenois, 66 Boulevard St Michel, Paris - il est tire de l’estampe moderne, 150 exemplaires de luxe. Part of a series of monthly art publications that ran from 1897 -1899 Image 10 3/4" x 15.5" — 2626.4 x 39.4 cm. $400—600

Colour silkscreen; signed, dated ’62 and numbered Epreuve d’artiste in pencil to margin. Ed. Lefebre Gallery, New York. Image/Sheet 7.4" x 14.4" — 18.7 x 36.5 cm.; 14.7" x 22.4" — 37.3 x 56.8 cm. Provenance: Aggregation Gallery, Toronto; Private Collection, Toronto $100—300


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GEORGE SEGAL (1924-2000), AMERICAN CROSS (DON QUIXOTE)

MICHAEL ALSTAD (20TH/21ST CENTURY), CANADIAN [“RETTIR”, 2005, GOLD MEDAL FLOUR SIGN- OPEN

DOUGLAS OWEN PORTWAY (1922-1993), SOUTH AFRICAN HANGING BOX

Metal print en grisaille; incised signature and incised edition number number “122” lower le!. From the edition of 144. Titled “Don Quixote” to gallery label verso Sheet 34.5" x 24.5" — 87.6 x 62.2 cm. Provenance: Gallery West, Buffalo, New York $500—700

Backlit duratrans print 16" x 24" — 40.6 x 61 cm. Note: Michael Alstad is an artist and independent curator working in installation and digital media with a focus on architectural and public space. His work encompasses a diverse range of media including video, installation, photography, networked art, locative media and research based practice. Michael is a founding member of the Canadian artist collective Year Zero One where he has curated numerous projects in the past decade. bio h#p://www.michaelalstad.com/bio/

Colour etching and aquatint on Cartiera Magnani watermarked paper; signed, numbed A/P and inscribed with a signed presentation from the artist “To Erica with our love and hope for an early return (?)” in pencil to margin. Aside from the edition of 75. Unframed. Plate/Sheet 19.25" x 15.25" — 48.9 x 38.7 cm.; 29.75" x 22" — 75.6 x 55.9 cm. Provenance: From the Estate Collection of Erica Rutherford, P.E.I. (1923-2008) $200—300

$300—500

219 ALICE TEICHERT, FRENCH/BELGIAN UNTITLED NO. 1, 1986 Colour monoprint signed and numbered (01/93) in pencil to margin Image 30" x 41.5" — 76.2 x 105.4 cm. $500—700


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VICTOR VASARELY (1906- 1997) , HUNGARIAN DIORRE (FROM JALONS), 1986

PIERRE ALECHINSKY (1927-), BELGIAN OPHTALMOLOGUE, 1972 [RIVIÈRE, 578 BIS]

STANLEY WILLIAM HAYTER (1901-1988), BRITISH CLAIRVOIE (1974)

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 21/250 in pencil to margin. Published by Galerie Lahumiere. Printed by Atelier Arcay, Paris.

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 39/120 in pencil to margin Sheet 29" x 20.75" — 73.7 x 52.7 cm.

Image 25.4" x 25.2" — 64.5 x 64 cm.

Provenance: Loranger Gallery, Toronto

Provenance: Probably Park West Gallery, Michigan

$500—700

Colour etching and aquatint; signed, titled, dated ‘74 and numbered 52/75 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Sheet 22" x 29.5" — 55.9 x 74.9 cm. Provenance: The Fine Line Gallery, Toronto $100—150

$600—800

223 221 VICTOR VASARELY (1906-1997), HUNGARIAN/FRENCH (FROM JALONS), 1986 Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 78/250 in pencil to margin. Printed at Atelier Arcay, Paris. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. Image 25.75" x 24.25" — 65.4 x 61.6 cm. Provenance: Park West Gallery, Michigan $500—700

GARO ANTREASIAN, AMERICAN UNTITLED (MINIMALISM) 1970; UNTITLED (FOUR SQUARES) 1970 Pair of silkscreens; Untitled Minimalism: Signed and Numbered in graphite; Edition Size: 37/60; 1970. Untitled (Four Square); Signed and Numbered on Front in Graphite; 1970; Edition Size: 41/60

225 FOLLOWER OF JOAN MIRO (1893-1983), SPANISH FIGURE Colour etching on japon paper; bears signature “Miro” and numbered XV/C in pencil to margin. Circa 1965-1975.

sheet 23" x 23" — 58.4 x 58.4 cm.

Plate/Sheet 13.25" x 9.3" — 33.7 x 23.7 cm.; 21.25" x 16.25" — 54 x 41.3 cm.

$400—600

Provenance: Sobot Fine Art, Toronto Note: Not in the catalogue raisonne $100—200


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JOHNNY FRIEDLÄNDER (1912-1992), GERMAN UNTITLED (ABSTRACTION)

LOUIS ICART (1888-1950), FRENCH DON JUAN, 1928 [HOLLAND, 330]

GEORGES ROUAULT (1871-1958), FRENCH NOCES (FROM RÉINCARNATION DU PÈRE UBU), 1928 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 18]

Colour etching on paper; signed and numbered 18/95 in pencil to margin. Plate 8" x 6" — 20.3 x 15.2 cm. $200—300

Etching and aquatint with touches of handcoloring on wove paper; signed in pencil and numbered 487 in pencil to margin, with the blindstamp of the artist lower le!. Published by Editions d'Art Devambez. Plate 8.3" x 5.6" — 21 x 14.25 cm. $500—700

Etching with aquatint on japon nacre; signed with initials and dated 1928 in the plate lower right, signed in brown ink to margin, noted from the edition of 50 impressions to gallery label verso Together with: JONGLEUR (FROM TABLEAUX DE PARIS), 1927 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 323 I/IV] Lithograph; signed and dated 1927 in the plate in reverse lower le! Plate/Sheet; Image Irregular 12" x 8.5" — 30.5 x 21.6 cm.; 17.5" x 13" — 44.5 x 33 cm.; 9" x 6.25" — 22.9 x 15.9 cm. Provenance: The first, Il Seguo, Rome, Inventory no. 1242; Each Private Collection, Ontario $300—500

227 PAUL WUNDERLICH (1927-2010), GERMAN DANIELA MIT DEM DANSCHUH (DANIELA WITH THE GLOVE), 1973 Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 641/1000 in pencil to margin, titled to gallery label verso

230 JEAN-PIERRE CASSIGNEUL (1935-), FRENCH UNTITLED (WOMAN IN A RED DRESS AT A FOUNTAIN IN THE TUILERIES)

Image 21" x 16" — 53.3 x 40.6 cm.

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 4/150 in pencil to margin.

Provenance: Walter Engel Gallery, Toronto

Image/Sheet 25.7" x 19.1" — 65.3 x 48.5 cm.; 29" x 21" — 73.7 x 53.3 cm.

$150—250

$300—500


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MICHAEL FOSTER (1943-2013), CANADIAN ADRIANA (SUITE OF FIVE), 1992

REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606-1669), DUTCH OLD MAN SEATED, WITH FLOWING BEARD, FUR CAP AND VELVET CLOAK [BARTSCH, 262], PRINTED IN 1816

ERTÉ (ROMAIN TIRTOFF) (1892-1990), FRENCH RIVIERA, 1978

Five gelatin silver prints; each signed, titled, dated 1992, and numbered 1/10 in pencil verso and to the matboards recto Each sight 12.5" x 16.5" — 31.8 x 41.9 cm. Provenance: Estate of the artist Note: This sale includes a selection of books from Foster’s personal library, lot 115

Etching on thin paper trimmed to the image; from the edition of 1816, London label verso Sheet 5.75" x 5.1" — 14.6 x 13 cm. Provenance: Unidentified gallery label verso inscribed “Edition of 1816, London”

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered E.A. in pencil to margin. Image 20" x 14.25" — 50.8 x 36.2 cm. $200—300

$200—300

$300—500

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233 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864 -1901), FRENCH DIVAN JAPONAIS, [ADRIANI, 8] ?? Colour lithograph on Saurot? watermarked paper Printed by Ancourt, Paris. A page from a catalogue Sheet/Image 12.5" x 9.6" — 31.8 x 24.5 cm.; 11" x 7.6" — 28 x 19.2 cm. Provenance: L’Affichiste, Montreal, QC $200—300

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ALFREDO (ALFRED) MULLER (1869-1939), ITALIAN BAIGNEUSES SOUS LES SAULES, 1902 [WURZER 8]

ALFRED PELLAN (1906-1988), CANADIAN SIX FLEURS, 1981

Colour etching and aquatint; signed in pencil to margin.

Colour etching on Arches paper with blind stamp; signed, titled, dated 81 and numbered “épreuve d'éditeur” in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Together with: LA VOISINE A PONTOISE, Colour etching and aquatint; signed and numbered 34/50 in pencil to margin.

Plate 7" x 7.5" — 17.8 x 19.1 cm.; 19.75" x 12.75" — 50.2 x 32.4 cm.

Plate 14" x 13.25" — 35.6 x 33.7 cm.; 17.25" x 11.25" — 43.8 x 28.6 cm.

Provenance: Louis Muhlstock, Montreal; By descent to present Private Collection, Montreal

Provenance: Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc., New York purchased by the present Private Collection in 1979 accompanied by the original receipt.

$400—600

$200—400


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AFTER FRANCIS CALCRAFT TURNER (BORN CIRCA 1782-1846), BRITISH THE YOUNG ENGLISH FOX HUNTER (PLATES 1 - 4): BREAKING COVER; FULL CRY; THE DEATH; THE DESSERT

PAULUS POTTER (1625-1654), DUTCH THE COWHERD/ COWHERD DRIVING THREE HORNED CATTLE BEFORE HIM; BELOW, IN THE FOREGROUND, A RECUMBENT STEER AND A STANDING STEER, MARSH AND TREES BEYOND, 1649 [BARTSCH, 14]

AFTER JEAN HEGESIPPE VETTER (1820 -1900), FRENCH MOLIÈRE REÇU PAR LOUIS XIV

Set of four handcoloured aquatints and etchings with le!ers engraved by C. Hunt. Published by I.W. Laird in London in 1841.

Etching on wove paper; signed and dated 1649 in the plate lower le". A later impression.

Engraving on japon paper with le!ers “A. Lalauze d’apres Ve!er” with remarques in the bo!om margin, laid down to a support; signed in pencil by the French engraver Adolphe Lalauze (1838-1906) in the margin lower right. Circa the second half of the 19th century.

Each plate 15.5" x 23.75" — 39.4 x 60.3 cm.

Plate 7.1" x 7.9" — 18 x 20 cm.; 9.75" x 10.25" — 24.8 x 26 cm.

Plate/Sheet 15.8" x 23.3" — 40 x 59.1 cm.; 19.4" x 24.75" — 49.3 x 62.9 cm.

$300—400

$40—80

Note: A remarque is a small vigne!e image in the margin of a print, o"en related thematically to the main image. Originally remarques were scribbled sketches made in the margins of etchings so that the artist could test the plate, his needles, or the strength of the etching acid prior to working on the main image. These remarques were usually removed prior to the first publication of the print. During the etching revival, in the late nineteenth century, remarques became popular as an additional design element in prints and were also used in the creation of remarque proofs. The oil on wood work by Ve!er is housed in the collection of the Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France. $150—250

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JOSÉ LUIS CUEVAS (1934-), MEXICAN SELF-PORTRAIT LIKE MUSICIANS, 1965

LEONOR FINI (1908-1996), ARGENTINIAN/FRENCH (FROM LA FANFARLO, PLATE FOUR), 1969

Lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed, dated “29-Dec. 1965”, and variously annotated to the plate lower right, signed and numbered 3/20 in pencil to margin. Published by Tamarind Lithography, Workshop Inc., Los Angeles with their blindstamp. Sheet 15.25" x 22.25" — 38.7 x 56.5 cm. $100—200

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 148/165 in pencil to margin. Published by La Diane Française, Nice, France in 1969. Image Irregular/Sheet 13.75" x 10.5" — 34.9 x 26.7 cm.; 14.5" x 11.25" — 36.8 x 28.6 cm. $150—250


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LEBADANG (1922-2015), FRENCH COMÉDIE HUMAINE IV, 1981

GEOFFREY JAMES, R.C.A. VILLA PISANI, STRA, VENETO; VILLA MEDICI, ALLEY FROM THE PINCIO WALL TO THE COURTYARD GARDEN, 1984

SALVADOR DALÍ (1904-1989), SPANISH HEAVEN CANTO 24 (ONE PLATE FROM LA DIVINA COMMEDIA) [FIELD, ILLUSTRATED PAGE 198]

gelatin silver prints

Colour wood engraving on BFK Rives wove watermarked paper a#er watercolors by Dali from the years 1951-1960; signed and numbered 97/150 in blue crayon to margin

Colour lithograph with embossing; signed and numbered 71/300 in pencil Sheet 10.4" x 24" — 26.5 x 61 cm. Note: In 1981, the artist translated the themes of Honoré de Balzac's La Comédie humaine into works of lithography, sculpture, watercolors and paintings. $100—200

the first, signed on the reverse; signed, titled “Villa Reale or Pisani /82, dated (likely printed) /85 and inscribed “For Robert & Wendy” on original mat; the second signed on the reverse; titled and inscribed “for Robert Swain” on the original mat* each image 3.25" x 10.5" — 8.3 x 26.7 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Ontario Literature: James, Geoffrey. Meet the Artist, Geoffrey James – Clip 5, National Gallery of Canada, h"p://cybermuse.beaux-arts. ca/cybermuse/docs/JamesClip5_e.pdf. Note: Original mats accompany this lot Geoffrey James’ subject ma"er ranges from ecological slag heaps and asbestos mines to formal gardens and stunning architecture. Many of his photographs imply the distressed relationship between humanity and nature, though he makes no claim about making art to change the collective conscience with regard to the environment. “…I don’t go around making photographs for environmental posters. I suppose primarily I’m making a record, I’m bearing witness.” James, a self-taught photographer, moved from his birthplace of St. Asaph, Wales to Canada in 1966 and began exhibiting in the early 1970s. His photographs can be found in the collections of the Musee d’Art Contemporain (Montreal); the Canada Council Art Bank; Air Canada; the Vancouver Art Gallery; the Museum of Modern Art (New York); and the Art Gallery of Ontario. He is a recipient of many grants and awards and is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy. $800—1,000

Image/Sheet 9.5" x 7.25" — 24.1 x 18.4 cm.; 13" x 10.25" — 33 x 26 cm. Provenance: Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto as “Elation” Inventory no. 6862 to gallery label verso Literature: Albert Field, The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali, Brana Fine Art, 1996, p. 192 Note: Field notes that in New York City, Dali signed 150 sets of prints in coloured pencils: red for Hell, purple for Purgatory, and blue for Paradise. Dali began signing in the window of the F.A.R. Gallery and later at the St. Regis Hotel.  Field continues that Abe Lublin provided the Collectors Guild in New York City with 150 sets which Dali had signed in these three colours. $500—700


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TOMOSHIGE KUSUNO (1935- ), JAPANESE/ BRAZILIAN ATRAVES DE 90% (BY 90), 1974

SIDNEY NOLAN (1917-1992), AUSTRALIAN MINER/ RED HELMUT (FROM LANDSCAPES), 1973

BRUNO CROATTO (1875-1948), ITALIAN FUNERAL OF ST. SIMOIN STILITES

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated 74 and numbered P.A. in pencil to margin

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 14/70 in pencil to margin, titled to gallery label verso.

Etching on heavy wove paper; signed, titled and inscribed “of 244” in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Image/Sheet 17.5" x 24.75" — 44.5 x 62.9 cm.; 32" x 34.5" — 81.3 x 87.6 cm.

Image 29.5" x 29.75" — 74.9 x 75.6 cm.

Plate/Sheet 8.3" x 10.6" — 21 x 27 cm.; 32" x 37" — 81.3 x 94 cm.

Provenance: Ex. Coll. St. Joe Minerals, New York, N.Y.; Private Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Marlborough Godard, Toronto and Montreal $400—600

$300—500

Provenance: Ex. Coll. Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi!ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession No. .22178; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO $100—150

249 247 SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999), AMERICAN TICKET, 1977 [MAEGHT, 160] Colour lithographic poster. Published by Galerie Maeght. Aside from the edition of 150. 22.4" x 29.1" — 56.9 x 73.9 cm. $400—600

PETER HENRY EMERSON (1856-1936), BRITISH BRICKFIELD ON THE RIVER BURE, NORFOLK, 1888 (PL. 10 FROM PICTURES OF EAST ANGLIAN LIFE) Photogravure; signed in the negative lower le!. Printed in an edition of 275. Image 5.2" x 11" — 13.2 x 27.9 cm. Provenance: Yarlow/Salzman Gallery, Toronto $200—300


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PARMIANI (19TH CENTURY), ITALIAN LODOVICO ARIOSTO (1474-1533)

AFTER HENRY ADLARD (FL. 1828-1869), BRITISH JEREMY TAYLOR (FROM THE ORIGINAL PAINTING); PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST WITH PALETTE

LAURENZIO LAURENZI (1878-1946), ITALIAN ASSISI

Engraving on wove paper; signed “Parmiani” and titled in the plate. Unframed. Together with: CARLO FAUCCI (1729-1784), ITALIAN NICCOLO MARCHIAVELLI SEGRETARIO DELLA REPUBBLICA FIORENTINA Engraving on wove paper with le!ers; A"er J. Locchi. Unframed. Together with: JOHANN ELIAS HAID (1739-1809), GERMAN THE RIGHT HONORABLE WILLIAM PITT, CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER, CIRCA 1760 Mezzotint with le!ers on wove paper. Unframed.

Sheets 10.5" x 8" — 26.7 x 20.3 cm.; 14" x 9.5" — 35.6 x 24.1 cm.; 8.5" x 6" — 21.6 x 15.2 cm. Provenance: Ex. Coll. Dr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi"ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession Nos. AGOID. 22175; 22173; 22183 Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO Note: Ludovico Ariosto was the greatest poet of the Italian Renaissance. He also wrote important works in prose. $100—150

Two engravings on wove paper; the first chine colle, titled and inscribed “from the original painting/ All Souls College Oxford by Henry Adlard - Cambridge -” in pencil to margin; the second title inscribed “ADLARD’S ENGRAVING CAMBRIDGE” in pencil to margin. Each unframed.

Sepia toned etching and aquatint on wove paper; signed, titled and numbered “N 20” in pencil to margin Unframed. Together with: PIERLUIGI BARTOLUCCI ALFIERI (1892-1933), ITALIAN IL SEPOLCRO DI GETA SULL’APPIA ANTICA, 1920

Sheet, trimmed to plate, and smaller 8.5" x 6" — 21.7 x 15.2 cm.; 7.9" x 6" — 20.12 x 15.3 cm.

Etching on wove paper; signed, titled and dated MCMXX in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Provenance: Ex. Coll. Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi"ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession Nos. AGOID. 22181; 22180; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO

Each plate/sheet, respectively 6.8" x 10.5" — 17.2 x 26.7 cm.; 12.4" x 17.4" — 31.6 x 44.3 cm.; 10" x 8.4" — 25.3 x 21.4 cm.; 13.9" x 12.3" — 35.2 x 31.2 cm.

Note: Together with: UNIDENTIFIED, BRITISH THE RIGHT HONORABLE WILLIAM PITT, CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER Mezzotint on wove paper; titled with le!er in the plate Sheet 8.5" x 5.8" — 21.7 x 14.8 cm.; 7.9" x 6" — 20.12 x 15.3 cm. Estimate: $— $60—90

Provenance: Ex. Coll. Dr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi"ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession Nos. .22176 and .22177, respectively; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO $50—100


254 AFTER GEORGE CHARLES MORLAND (1763 -1804), BRITISH COTTAGERS IN WINTER Colour stipple engraving on paper laid down to a board support; signed and titled with le!ers to margin. Engraved by Thomas Williams (fl. 1860). Unframed. Plate/Sheet 19.4" x 24.2" — 49.3 x 61.5 cm.; 22.4" x 27.4" — 56.8 x 69.7 cm. Provenance: Ex. Coll. Dr. & Mrs. Gilbert Bagnani; Gi"ed by the above to The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession No. .22182; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO $80—120

255 JOHN LINNELL (1792-1882), BRITISH SHEEP RESTING, 1818 Etching on paper, laid down to a later heavy wove paper support; signed and dated “John Linnell fecit 1818.” Sheet, trimmed/Overall 5.1" x 8.7" — 13 x 22 cm.; 12.25" x 18.5" — 31.1 x 47 cm. $400—600


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