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front cover Lot 8 SAM FRANCIS SPUN FOR JAMES KIRSCH, 1972 [GEMINI G.E.L., 411; LEMBARK, 53]

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Lot 14 BETH VAN HOESEN SALLY, 1979

back inside Lot 69 JONATHAN HOBIN THE PIED PIPER, CIRCA 2010

back cover Lot 43 LUCIAN FREUD GIRL WITH FUZZY HAIR, 2004 [FIGURA, 63]

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1 ANDY WARHOL (1928–1987), AMERICAN ANDY WARHOL’S EXPOSURES, 1979

With photographs by Andy Warhol and text by Andy Warhol, with Bob Colacello, Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1979; the half-title page, signed by Andy Warhol with an original drawing of a butterfly heart and with dedication: “To Harry” (or Harvey) in black permanent marker. Hardcover with offset lithograph dust jacket. Together with a newspaper clipping from The Toronto Sun, November 19, 1979 announcing Warhol’s attendance at David Mirvish Books in Toronto where he is shown autographing this new book release for a woman selling 282 copies that includes views of Truman Capote, Bianca Jagger, Margaret Trudeau and other famous celebrities. PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $1,000 — 1,500

2 ANDY WARHOL (1928–1987), AMERICAN ANDY WARHOL: CATALOGUE PUBLISHED ON THE OCCASION OF THE ANDY WARHOL EXHIBITION AT MODERNA MUSEET, 1968

Published in Stockholm, February-March 1968, second edition, hardcover, printed in May 1969, autographed by Andy Warhol in black felt marker to the front free endpaper (a note inside that it was restored May 11/73 for Mr. Olanow) Overall 10.4 ins x 8.2 ins x 1.1 ins; 26.5 cms x 20.8 cms x 2.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Ex-Libris Mr. Olanow; Private Collection, Toronto $700 — 900


3 ANDY WARHOL (1928–1987), AMERICAN ANDY WARHOL - FILMS AND PAINTINGS BY PETER GIDAL, 1971

First edition, autographed by Andy Warhol in black felt marker to the front free endpaper. This being the scarcer hard-bound issue with printed dust jacket, 60 pages. Illustrated with numerous black and white plates including a number of photographs taken by the author himself. Overall 7.5 ins x 5 ins x 0.6 ins; 19.1 cms x 12.7 cms x 1.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $400 — 600

4 JOSEF ALBERS (1888–1976), GERMAN/ AMERICAN FROM FORMULATION: ARTICULATION PORTFOLIO I, FOLDER II, 1972

Colour silkscreen with Albers’ blindstamp and monogram initial “A” to the lower right; inscribed: “Portfolio I Folder 2” in the plate verso with further letters: “Copyright 1972 by Harry Abrams, Inc., and Ives-Sillman, Inc” in the plate verso, titled, dated 1972 and numbered 183/1000 to gallery label verso Image/Sheet 10 ins x 12 ins; 25.4 cms x 30.5 cms; 15 ins x 20 ins; 38.1 cms x 50.8 cms PROVENANCE:

The 21st Century Gallery Limited, Toronto, inscribed “Shiplake Investment Limited” to their gallery label verso; Corporate Collection, Toronto $600 — 800


5 NORMAN SEEFF (B. 1939), SOUTH AFRICAN/AMERICAN THE BAND, WOODSTOCK, N.Y., 1969, PUBLISHED IN 1970

High gloss print, numbered SW-425 (Capital SW-425) in the image upper right, with crease, vertical fold mark to the left of centre, inscribed ‘Bob Dylan with a number ‘2’ in a circle in pen and ink verso Sheet 12.3 ins x 19.9 ins; 31.2 cms x 50.5 cms $500 — 700

6 DON WHITMAN (1917-1998), AMERICAN TWO WESTERN PHOTOGRAPHY GUILD MALE NUDE BEEFCAKES: JIM (DEMETRIOS) DARDANIS (POISED IN THE GRASS); SHERMAN ALSOP IN A COLORADO ROCKY LANDSCAPE

Two gelatin silver prints; each with blue studio stamps “Don Whitman’s / Western Photography Guild/ Denver, Co”, each titled with the model’s name and each numbered 14-6 and 40-1 respectively in black ink verso Sheets 14 ins x 11 ins; 35.6 cms x 27.9 cms $400 — 600


7 JOHN JONAS GRUEN (1926-2016), AMERICAN POUCHES (FROM THE PORTFOLIO STILL LIVES), 1981

Selenium-toned gelatin silver print on paper Image/Sheet 13 ins x 17 ins; 33 cms x 43.2 cms; 16 ins x 19.9 ins; 40.6 cms x 50.6 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto EXHIBITED:

A print from this edition was exhibited in ‘Timeless, Still: Photographs from Muybridge to Warhol, 10/02/201012/12/2010”, held at the Zimmerli Art Museum, Eisenberg Gallery $300 — 500

8 SAM FRANCIS (1923-1994), AMERICAN SPUN FOR JAMES KIRSCH, 1972 [GEMINI G.E.L., 411; LEMBARK, 53]

Seven colour silkscreen printed to the edges on Arches France watermarked heavy paper with deckled edges; signed and numbered 90/100 in pencil along the bottom edge. There were also 10 Artist’s Proofs. Printed and published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles with their blindstamp lower right, and their black stamp: “Gemini G.E.L. Los Angeles, Calif.” verso, inscribed “G2352” in pencil verso and numbered “SF72-5050” in pencil verso Sheet 29.7 x 22.2 in — 75.5 x 56.5 cm $3,000 — 5,000


9 DAVID DREBIN (B. 1970), CANADIAN/ AMERICAN FACING THE CITY, 2014

Digital C print. Edition 1 of 3. Contained in a lightbox. 48 ins x 72 ins; 121.9 cms x 182.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $8,000 — 12,000

10 YVONNE JACQUETTE (B. 1934), AMERICAN CLOUDS OBSCURING SAN DIEGO, 1987

Colour spit bite aquatint with soft ground and hard ground etching; signed, dated 1987 and numbered 12/60 in pencil along the bottom edge. Printed by Doris Simmelink. Published by Crown Point Press, San Francisco, CA. Sight 25 ins x 21 ins; 63.5 cms x 53.3 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Edmonton, AB $800 — 1,200


11 MARK TOBEY (1890–1976), AMERICAN STAINED GLASS, 1974

Colour lithograph with tone on wove paper; signed and numbered 100/150 in pencil to margin, inscribed “55/11” and titled “Stained Glass” in pencil verso. Transworld Art Inc., New York blindstamp to lower left margin. Matted and unframed. Image/Sheet 14.2 ins x 8.9 ins; 36 cms x 22.6 cms; 25.5 ins x 19.5 ins; 64.8 cms x 49.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Gift of the Estate of Dr. Michael Braudo, Toronto to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO through the Dr. Michael Braudo Canadian Contemporary Art Fund, Inventory No. 102661 $300 — 500

12 DAVID DREBIN (B. 1970), CANADIAN/ AMERICAN CHAMPION, CIRCA 2009

Digital C print. Executed in an edition of 7. Contained in an acrylic mounted frame. 60 ins x 60 ins; 152.4 cms x 152.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $8,000 — 12,000


13 NATHAN OLIVEIRA (1928-2010), AMERICAN RYAN SITE 83, 1982

Handcoloured monotype; signed, titled “Ryan Site 83” and dated 82 in pencil to margin Plate 15.7 ins x 23.8 ins; 40 cms x 60.5 cms PROVENANCE:

With Sally Parks Custom Framing, San Francisco, CA label verso; Purchased at John Bergguen Gallery, San Francisco in 1988; Private Collection, Vero Beach, Florida $1,000 — 2,000

14 BETH VAN HOESEN (1926-2010), AMERICAN SALLY, 1979

Colour etching and aquatint; signed, titled, dated 1979 and numbered 9/100 in pencil to margin Plate 11.5 ins x 13.7 ins; 29.2 cms x 34.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Purchased in 1981 in San Francisco, California by the present Private Collection, Vero Beach, Florida LITERATURE:

Published in Beth Van Hoesen’s book “Beth Van Hoesen Creatures” $3,000 — 5,000


15 EDWARD S. CURTIS (1868-1952), AMERICAN CHARLIE WOOD-KOBUK, PLATE 721; KENÓWUN-NUNIVAK, PLATE 691, 1928

Two photogravures: each titled, each dated with letters: “From Copyright Photograph 1928 by E.S. Curtis”, each with plate numbers upper left, each with letters of the publisher: “Photogravure Suffolk Eng. Co. Cambridge Mass.” in the plate below the image. Each matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet 17.3 ins x 12.8 ins; 44 cms x 32.5 cms; 21.8 ins x 17.9 ins; 55.3 cms x 45.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $600 — 900

16 EDWARD S. CURTIS (1868-1952), AMERICAN A CLAYOQUOT WOMAN, 1915; A WOMAN OF NOOTKA, 1915; EMBARKING, 1914

Three photogravures: 1. A Clayoquot Woman: from “The North American Indian,” volume 11. “From Copyright Photograph 1915 by E.S. Curtis” in the plate below the image. 2. A Woman of Nootka: from “The North American Indian,” volume 11. “From Copyright Photograph 1915 by E.S. Curtis” in the plate below the image. 3. Embarking: from “The North American Indian,” volume 10. “From Copyright Photograph 1914 by E.S. Curtis” in the plate below the image. Each matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet respectively 8.8 ins x 6.4 ins; 22.4 cms x 16.2 cms; 12.3 ins x 9.6 ins; 31.6 cms x 24.3 cms; 8.8 ins x 6.4 ins; 22.4 cms x 16.2 cms; 12.3 ins x 9.6 ins; 31.6 cms x 24.3 cms; ins x ins; 18.5 cms x 20.5 cms; ins x ins; 24.3 cms x 31.6 cms See website for full catgalogue details. $900 — 1,200


17 EDWARD S. CURTIS (1868-1952), AMERICAN TENAKTAK CREST POSTS, HARBLEDOWN ISLAND; AT KWAUSTUMS VILLAGE; AN INCIDENT OF THE WINTER DANCE NAKOAKTOK, 1914

Three photogravures: 1. Tenaktak Crest Posts, Harbledown Island: from “The North American Indian,” volume 10, “From Copyright Photograph 1914 by E.S. Curtis” in plate below the image. 2. At Kwaustums Village: from “The North American Indian,” volume 10, “From Copyright Photograph 1914 by E.S. Curtis” in plate below the image. 3. An Incident of the Winter Dance Nakoaktok: from “The North American Indian,” volume 10, “From Copyright Photograph 1914 by E.S. Curtis” in plate below the image. Each matted and unframed. See website for full catgalogue details. $900 — 1,200

18 EDWARD S. CURTIS (1868-1952), AMERICAN THREE PORTRAITS (FROM THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN), 1912-1914

Three photogravures: 1. Shoalwater Bay Type: from “The North American Indian,” volume 9, “From Copyright Photograph 1912 by E.S. Curtis” in plate below the image. 2. Kalásětsah - Skokomish: from “The North American Indian,” volume 9, “From Copyright Photograph 1912 by E.S. Curtis” in plate below the image. 3. A Koskimo Dandy: from “The North American Indian,” volume 10, “From Copyright Photograph 1914 by E.S. Curtis” in plate below the image. Each matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet respectively 8.3 ins x 5.6 ins; 21.2 cms x 14.3 cms; 12.5 ins x 9.6 ins; 31.7 cms x 24.3 cms; 9 ins x 5.9 ins; 22.8 cms x 15 cms; 12.6 ins x 9.6 ins; 31.9 cms x 24.4 cms; 8.9 ins x 6.7 ins; 22.7 cms x 16.9 cms; 12.4 ins x 9.5 ins; 31.6 cms x 24.1 cms See website for full catgalogue details. $900 — 1,200


19 JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903), AMERICAN SIX PLATES FROM THE STUDIO AND ART JOURNAL [WAY, 26, 68, 110, 52; LEVY, 40, 96, 159, 83, 164; SPINK 35, 107, 146, 124] 1890; 1894 (2); 1896 (2); 1895

Six transfer lithographs, titles including: 1. GANTS DE SUÈDE; 2. LA ROBE ROUGE; 3. LITTLE EVELYN; 4. THE LONG GALLERY AT THE LOUVRE; 5. THE SMITH’S YARD; 6. SAVOY PIGEONS Each on cream wove or laid paper; each signed in the stone with the butterfly in the plate. Published by The Studio, London, in an edition of about 3,000 with their blind stamp to the bottom margins, ‘Little Evelyn’, published by The Art Journal, with their name and date, March, 1896, printed in black ink along the bottom left edge. See website for full catgalogue details. $1,200 — 1,800

20 AFTER JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903), AMERICAN ARRANGEMENT IN BLACK: LA DAME AU BRODEQUIN JAUNE – PORTRAIT OF LADY ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, AFTER 1893

Halftone engraving with letters of the publisher: Swan Electric Engraving Company (London, UK) in the plate below the image lower left margin; signed “Whistler” with his butterfly monogram in pencil lower left margin. Image/Sheet 8.9 ins x 4.3 ins; 22.7 cms x 11 cms; 11.1 ins x 5.7 ins; 28.3 cms x 14.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Zwicker’s Gallery, Halifax, N.S. label verso; Private Collection, Waverly, N.S. $300 — 500


21 JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903), AMERICAN THE LITTLE POOL, 1861 [KENNEDY, 74 (VIII/ VIII); WEDMORE, 72]

Etching and drypoint printed in black ink on cream coloured paper with vertical laid lines, the bottom of the sheet with partial watermark with countermark upper case letters “JH & Z” below a partial shield with legs of a lion and an “X” shape in the bottom centre of the shield, signed and dated 1861 (diagonally) in the plate mid left; titled and inscribed in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet 4 ins x 4.9 ins; 10.1 cms x 12.5 cms; 6.3 ins x 7.9 ins; 16 cms x 20 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $700 — 900

22 JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903), AMERICAN CHELSEA, AN ORIGINAL ETCHING BY J. MCNEILL WHISTLER, CIRCA 1885

Photogravure in black ink on heavy textured paper; signed with monogram in the plate, titled in the plate and inscribed below it: “An original Etching by J. MacNeill Whistler” in the plate lower right margin. Published by The Art Journal, J.S. Virtue & Co., Limited, London with letters in the plate above the image in the top margin. Image/Sheet 5 ins x 7.8 ins; 12.8 cms x 19.7 cms; 7.25 ins x 9.75 ins; 18.4 cms x 24.8 cms PROVENANCE:

Zwicker’s Gallery, Halifax, N.S. label verso; Private Collection, Waverly, N.S. $200 — 300


23 AFTER ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528), GERMAN ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM, 1526 [HOLLAND, 105]

Engraving on wove paper with faint laid lines; with letters in the plate. Matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet 9.5 ins x 7.5 ins; 24.2 cms x 19.1 cms; 10.2 ins x 8 ins; 25.9 cms x 20.3 cms PROVENANCE:

Ex. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave; Gifted by them to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, in 1978, Accession No. 78/42 label to the matboard; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $300 — 500

24 AFTER ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528), GERMAN THE NATIVITY [HOLL., 3]; THE LITTLE HORSE [HOLL., 93]

Two engravings on wove paper; one signed with initial monogram in the plate bottom centre. Each trimmed to the platemark. Contained in one matboard together and unframed. Sheets 6.6 ins x 4.3 ins; 16.7 cms x 11 cms; 7.3 ins x 4.8 ins; 18.5 cms x 12.2 cms PROVENANCE:

The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto “Provenance unknown”, inscribed to their labels, annotated “Study Collection”; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Accession Nos. CS76 and CS75 respectively $300 — 500


25 MICHEL LASNE (1590–1667), FRENCH PORTRAIT DE HENRI DE BOURBON, PRINCE DE CONDÉ, 1645

Engraving with letters laid down to antique watermarked paper. Matted and unframed. Together with: JEAN MORIN (1590-1650), FRENCH AFTER PHILIPPE DE CHAMPAIGNE (1602-1674), FRENCH RENE DE LONGUEIL, MARQUIS DE MAISONS, CIRCA 1642-1650

Etching, engraving, and stippling on laid paper, the platemark cropped, the sheet with visible tears through the centre of the image and laid down to a stiff card. Matted and unframed. Sheets 13 ins x 9.25 ins; 33 cms x 23.5 cms; 12.8 ins x 10.4 ins; 32.5 cms x 26.4 cms PROVENANCE:

The Lasne: Bequest of Frank Darling to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1923, Accession No. 708; The Morin: Ex. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave; Gifted by them to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, in 1979, Accession No. 79/173; Both deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $400 — 600

26 NATHANIEL BUCK (ACTIVE 172459) AND SAMUEL BUCK (1696-1779), BRITISH THE EAST VIEW OF HIGHAM-FERRERSCOLLEGE, IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, 1729

Engraving with letters on laid paper with watermark. Matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet 7.9 ins x 14.6 ins; 20 cms x 37.2 cms; 10.5 ins x 16.9 ins; 26.7 cms x 42.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1979, Accession No. 79/136; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $150 — 250


27 THOMAS LUPTON (1791-1873), BRITISH KING WILLIAM THE FOURTH

Mezzotint with letters Together with: GIOVANNI VENDRAMINI (1769-1839), ITALIAN ADMIRAL SIR THOMAS DUCKWORTH, K.B.

Stipple engraving with letters After Sir William Beechey, R.A. Both matted and unframed. Sheets/ Images 15.7 ins x 12.6 ins; 39.9 cms x 31.9 cms; 15.6 ins x 12.5 ins; 39.5 cms x 31.8 cms

PROVENANCE:

Both gifted to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave in 1979, Accession No. 79/163; and No. 79/198 respectively; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $400 — 600

28 SAMUEL WILLIAM REYNOLDS THE ELDER (1773-1835) AFTER JOSHUA REYNOLDS (1723-1792), BRITISH LORD SOUTHAMPTON, 1820; JOSEPH DEANE BOURKE, D.D., ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM (3RD EARL OF MAYO), 1838

Two mezzotints with letters on thick laid paper; the Charles Lord Southampton was published by the Engraver Bayswater in 1820. The latter of J.D. Bourke, numbered “Proof” in the plate to the bottom centre margin was published in 1838. Matted and unframed. Plates/Sheets 8.9 ins x 6.4 ins; 22.5 cms x 16.2 cms; 14 ins x 9.3 ins; 35.5 cms x 23.5 cms; 12.8 ins x 9.4 ins; 32.4 cms x 23.8 cms PROVENANCE:

Ex. Coll. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave; Gifted by them to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1979, Accession No. 79/184 and No. 79/185 respectively; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $400 — 500


29 SAMUEL WILLIAM REYNOLDS THE ELDER (1773-1835) AFTER JOSHUA REYNOLDS (1723-1792), BRITISH GIRL’S HEAD; LORD CARLISLE, 1821

Two mezzotints with letters on thick laid paper; the first title, numbered “No. 11” in the plate to the bottom centre margin. Each published by the Engraver, Bayswater, the first title, dated 1821 in the plate, the second title, dated “Aug. 1821” in the plate. Matted and unframed. Plates/Sheet 8.9 ins x 6.3 ins; 22.5 cms x 16 cms; 11 ins x 7 ins; 27.9 cms x 17.8 cms; 11.4 ins x 7.2 ins; 28.9 cms x 18.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Ex. Coll. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave; Gifted by them to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1979, Accession No. 79/182 and No. 79/183 respectively; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $400 — 500

30 ASHER BROWN DURAND (1796-1886) AFTER HENRY INMAN (1801-1846), AMERICAN JOHN MARSHALL LLD, 1833

Engraving with letters; signed with facsimile signature ‘J. Marshall’. Matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet 9.5 ins x 6.1 ins; 24.1 cms x 15.6 cms; 10.1 ins x 6.5 ins; 25.7 cms x 16.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Gifted to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Presgrave in 1978, Accession No. 78/41; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $200 — 300


31 THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756–1827) AND AUGUSTUS PUGIN (1812-1852), BRITISH 14 CARICATURES FROM “MICROCOSM OF LONDON”, 1808-1810

Fourteen handcoloured etchings and aquatints on wove paper: Matted and unframed. Images/Sheets approximately 9 ins x 11 ins; 22.9 cms x 27.9 cms; 10.2 ins x 12.6 ins; 26 cms x 32 cms See website for full catalogue details. PROVENANCE:

Gift of the Estate of Mr. John T. Johnson to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1985, Accession Nos. 85/428.1 -14; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $800 — 1,200

32 THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827), BRITISH SIX PRINTS, INCLUDING FIVE PRINTS FROM THE RACING SERIES, 1798; AND A HUNTING SCENE

Five prints from the Racing series, Together with: HUNTING SCENE, 1789 Handcoloured etching and aquatint on laid paper; signed and dated in the plate Each matted and unframed. See website for full catalogue details. PROVENANCE:

Gift of the Estate of Mr. John T. Johnson to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1985, Accession Nos. 85/441; 85/448; 85/447; 85/449; 85/430 and 81/257 respectively; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $300 — 500


33 JAMES KERR-LAWSON (1864-1939), SCOTTISH/CANADIAN PIAZZA SAN FIRENZE, FLORENCE, 1908; WILLIAM DE MORGAN, CIRCA 1909

Two lithotints; the first title, signed “KerrLawson del & imp” in pencil to margin, the latter, signed with initials “J.K.L.” and inscribed: “To Mrs. Cawthra” in black pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. Images/Sheets 12.5 ins x 7.6 ins; 31.8 cms x 19.4 cms; 6.5 ins x 4.2 ins; 16.6 cms x 10.7 cms; 15.5 ins x 10.6 ins; 39.3 cms x 26.8 cms; 15 ins x 10.9 ins; 38 cms x 27.8 cms PROVENANCE:

Both Ex. Collection Mrs. W.H. Cawthra, the latter, gifted directly from the artist with presentation to her in 1944; Both gifted to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto by Mrs. W.H. Cawthra in 1944, Accession No. 2751 and No. 2757 respectively; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $300 — 500

34 HENRI DELUERMOZ (1876-1943), FRENCH LION’S HEAD; GREY BEAR, CIRCA 1925

Two black pigment transfer prints, the first on heavy paper, the second on tissue thin paper, each signed with initial monogram in the block lower right; the bear inscribed “No. 22” in orange crayon verso, each with circular “Doune Centrale, Paris” stamps verso. Matted and unframed. Sheet 13.1 ins x 19.8 ins; 33.3 cms x 50.3 cms; 10.1 ins x 13 ins; 25.7 cms x 33 cms PROVENANCE:

Purchased by the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 1927, Accession Nos. 892-B and 892-D; Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the AGO $600 — 800


35 ROBERT JOHN THORNTON (B. CIRCA 1768–1837) (AFTER HENDERSON), BRITISH THE WINGED PASSION-FLOWER; THE QUADRANGULAR PASSION- FLOWER (FROM TEMPLE OF FLORA), AFTER HENDERSON), 1802

Pair of colour aquatints and stipple engravings with handcolouring: The Winged Passion Flower (finished by hand by Warner); The Quadrangular Passion Flower (finished by hand by Hopwood) both after Henderson. Each published by Thornton in London in 1802. Plate/Sheet 18.2 ins x 14.4 ins; 46.2 cms x 36.6 cms; 21.7 ins x 16.1 ins; 55 cms x 41 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $800 — 1,200

36 SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969), SCOTTISH THE DUBIOUS BERNINI, 1962

Colour offset lithograph; signed and signed ‘Russell’ with his annotation: “This proof, one of 6 specials, is for Veysie and Mollie with affectionate greetings of warmest good wishes”, and dated on “22.8.62”. Proof aside from the edition of 750 published by the Medici Society in 1962. Image 16.5 ins x 22.4 ins; 42 cms x 57 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $300 — 400


37 HENRY MOORE (1898–1986), BRITISH SEATED FIGURE III DARK ROOM (FROM “SEATED FIGURES), 1974/1976 [CRAMER VOL. III, N°409]

Lithograph in black ink on blind-stamped paper with portrait head (Christie’s); signed and numbered 39/50 in pencil to margin. There were also 10 Artist’s Proofs and 10 hors commerce. Henry Moore Foundation, Much Hadham, editor. Image/Sheet 9.3 ins x 6.6 ins; 23.7 cms x 16.8 cms; 19.25 ins x 16.75 ins; 48.9 cms x 42.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Sydenham, Kingston, ON, former representative of Christie’s Contemporary in Cape Town, SA $700 — 900

38 HENRY MOORE (1898–1986), BRITISH POSTER: OCTOBER 26, 1974 / ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO RE OPENS (FEATURING HENRY MOORE’S “ATOM PIECE”)

Original vintage colour lithographic and screen poster with letters that reads: “October 26, 1974/ HENRY MOORE Atom Piece, 1964/65 Gift of the artist, 1973 Art Gallery of Ontario RE OPENS Toronto Canada”; signed by Henry Moore in black ink lower right Sheet sight 27.5 ins x 19.5 ins; 69.9 cms x 49.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Ontario $600 — 800


39 DAVID HOCKNEY (B. 1937), BRITISH DAVID HOCKNEY, ARTCURIAL, PARIS 1979, CENTRE D’ART PLASTIQUE CONTEMPORAIN [BAGGOTT, 57]

Colour offset lithographic poster on wove paper; signed in pencil. Unnumbered from the edition of unknown size. Printed by Mourlot, Paris, with their blindstamp lower left corner. Sheet 29.6 ins x 20.9 ins; 75.2 cms x 53.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $500 — 700

40 DOROTHY ELVERY KAY (1886–1964), IRISH/SOUTH AFRICAN FINGO WITCH DOCTOR; NONGQAI (WATCHMAN), 1925

Two sepia etchings; each signed and titled in pencil to margin. Certified to gallery label verso backing of the first title, inscribed in pen and ink: “This is a certificate for the pictures” Plates 9.5 ins x 7.7 ins; 24.1 cms x 19.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Hallis & Co., Port Elizabeth, November 26, 1928 the gallery label inscribed with certification for the two works verso backing; Private Collection, Toronto by descent $600 — 800


41 BARBARA HEPWORTH (1903–1975), BRITISH DELOS (FROM THE AEGEAN SUITE), 1970/71

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed and numbered 22/60 in pencil to margin. Printed by Curwen Press, Chilford with their blindstamp lower left. Published by Marlborough Fine Art, London. Unframed. 31.5 ins x 23 ins; 80 cms x 58.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Sydenham, Kingston, ON, former representative of Christie’s Contemporary in Cape Town, SA $800 — 1,200

42 ELISABETH FRINK (1930–1993), BRITISH HERRING GULL (FROM SEABIRD SERIES), 1974 [WISEMAN, 88]

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed and numbered 11/150 in pencil to margin. There were also 15 Artist’s Proofs. Published by Christie’s Contemporary Art, London, with their blindstamp lower right margin. 25.7 ins x 18.7 ins; 65.3 cms x 47.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Sydenham, Kingston, ON, former representative of Christie’s Contemporary in Cape Town, SA $1,000 — 1,500


43 LUCIAN FREUD (1922-2011), BRITISH GIRL WITH FUZZY HAIR, 2004 [FIGURA, 63]

Etching on Sommerset White paper; signed with initials “L.F” and numbered 17/46 in pencil to margin. The total edition includes 12 Artist’s Proofs. Printed by Studio Prints. Published by Acquavella LLC, New York. Plate/Sheet 12.5 ins x 11.7 ins; 31.7 cms x 29.7 cms; 25.9 ins x 19.6 ins; 65.7 cms x 49.8 cms PROVENANCE:

Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto gallery label verso; Private Collection, Canada EXHIBITED:

A print of this edition was featured in the Art Gallery of Ontario’s exhibition “Rembrandt / Freud: Etchings from Life”, January 30 - May 23, 2010 $15,000 — 20,000

44 JOHN PIPER (1903-1992), BRITISH TICKENCOTE (9 TICKENCOTE, RUTLAND: THE NORMAN CHANCEL ARCH), 1964 [LEVINSON, 130]

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed and numbered 62/70 in pencil to margin. Published by Marlborough Fine Art, London. Image 16.5 ins x 25.75 ins; 41.9 cms x 65.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Sydenham, Kingston, ON, former representative of Christie’s Contemporary in Cape Town, SA $700 — 1,000


45 EDUARDO PAOLOZZI (1924-2005), SCOTTISH FROM MOONSTRIPS EMPIRE NEWS, 1967

Eight colour silkscreens; two signed and numbered 489/500 in pencil, all with stamps verso. Printed by Kelpra Studio London, with their inkstamps verso. Published by Editions Alecto, London, with their inkstamps verso. Four unframed. Four framed (two together). Each sheet 15.75 ins x 11 ins; 40 cms x 27.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Shiplake Investments Limited collection inscribed to The Twenty First Century Gallery Limited, Toronto gallery label verso; Corporate Collection, Toronto $400 — 600

46 BRITISH, VARIOUS ARTISTS (20TH CENTURY) FIVE MODERN BRITISH PRINTS BY ARTISTS INCLUDING:

1. Antony Donaldson (b. 1939) “Christine,” 1973 2. Graham Greenfield (b. 1951) “Still Life with Flowers”, 1974 3. André Bicât (1909-1996) “Berkshire Downs,” 1974 4. Peter Howell (b. 1932) “Three Race Horses” 5. Mary Fedden (1915-2012) “Still Life” Each unframed. See website for full catalogue details. PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Sydenham, Kingston, ON, former representative of Christie’s Contemporary in Cape Town, SA $600 — 800


47 SYBIL ANDREWS (1898–1992), BRITISH/ CANADIAN THE OLD SHAMBLES, MANCHESTER, CIRCA 1923-1929

Etching and drypoint; signed, titled and numbered 5/10 in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. Plate/Sheet 8 ins x 9.8 ins; 20.3 cms x 25 cms; 9.8 ins x 12.5 ins; 24.9 cms x 31.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $500 — 700

48 IAN MACKINNON PEARSON (B. 1896), CANADIAN APPROACHING FOG, MONT. ST. PIERRE, GASPÉ, 1947; NO. 3 BOAT STATION, 1950; THE ROCK, 1948; CITY STREET, 1944

Four etchings with drypoint, the last title with aquatint; each signed, each variously dated, two titled to CPE exhibition labels to the back boards verso, each numbered in an edition of 50. Each matted and unframed. Each Plate 5.7 ins x 8.7 ins; 14.4 cms x 22 cms; 6.2 ins x 8.1 ins; 15.7 cms x 20.5 cms; 4.9 ins x 7.4 ins; 12.5 cms x 18.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto EXHIBITED:

‘Approaching Fog’ and ‘No. 3 Boat Station’, Cat. No. 50 were exhibited at the Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers & Engravers while the artist resided in Saint Hilaire sur Richelieu, Quebec, n.d. exhibition labels to the support boards verso $300 — 500


49 HENRY ERIC BERGMAN (1893–1958), CANADIAN PEONIES, 1929

Black and white wood engraving on fine laid Japon rice paper, signed with initials in the plate lower right; signed, titled and numbered 6/60 in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. Block/Sheet 6.5 ins x 8.4 ins; 16.5 cms x 21.4 cms; 9 ins x 12.1 ins; 22.9 cms x 30.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $300 — 500

50 LUBA GENUSH (B. 1924), UKRAINIAN/ CANADIAN ST. GEORGE, 1962

Colour block monoprint with paper collage on paper; signed and dated 1962 in pencil to margin, titled to exhibition label verso backing. Image 22 ins x 33.5 ins; 55.9 cms x 85.1 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Victoria, BC EXHIBITED:

Ladies’ Committee Sale of Contemporary Canadian Art, Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, 1962 priced at $180.00 with the artist’s address at 5260 Cumberland Avenue, Montreal 29 inscribed in pen and ink to the exhibition label verso backing $400 — 600


51 HILDA WOOLNOUGH (1934-2007), BRITISH/CANADIAN PEACOCK IN THE WIND, 1962

Colour block print on tissue thin Japon paper; signed, titled, and dated ‘62 in pencil to margin. Image 21.25 ins x 30.5 ins; 54 cms x 77.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Ontario $300 — 400

52 ROGER-FRANÇOIS THÉPOT (1925-2003), FRENCH/CANADIAN ECHEC AU CARRE - BLACK/RED, 1966

Colour silkscreen; signed, dated ‘66 and numbered 16/50 in pencil to margin 19 x 20.5 in — 48.3 x 52.1 cm $200 — 300


53 RONALD YORK WILSON (1907-1984), CANADIAN MARRAKESH (FROM “YORK WILSON CITIES”), 1968

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 11/60 in pencil to margin, titled to gallery label verso Image 14.6 ins x 20.1 ins; 37 cms x 51 cms PROVENANCE:

Roberts Gallery Limited, Toronto , Stock No. 5537b gallery label verso; With the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Art Rental Service, consigned by Roberts Gallery label verso $200 — 300

54 JEAN MCEWEN (1923–1999), CANADIAN UNTITLED, 1967

Colour lithograph; signed, dated 1967 and numbered 24/25 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image/Sheet 30.1 ins x 23.1 ins; 76.4 cms x 58.8 cms; 40 ins x 26 ins; 101.6 cms x 66 cms PROVENANCE:

Prominent Toronto Gallery $400 — 600


55 ALFRED PELLAN (1906-1988), CANADIAN LA RUE (FROM ‘’LA NUIT DES ROIS’’ BY SHAKESPEARE), 1971

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated 1971, and numbered 77/100 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image/Sheet 10 ins x 25 ins; 25.5 cms x 63.6 cms; 25.4 ins x 38.7 ins; 64.4 cms x 98.3 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $300 — 400

56 ALFRED PELLAN (1906-1988), CANADIAN SEVEN COSTUME DESIGNS (FROM ‘’LA NUIT DES ROIS’’ BY SHAKESPEARE), 1971

Seven colour silkscreens on Graphic Guild blindstamped paper, including “Soldat”, “Viola”, “Olivia”, “Officier”, “Fabien”, “Sire Toby Belch, and “Sire André”; each signed, titled, dated ‘71, and numbered 77/100 in pencil to margins. Unframed. Sheets 24 ins x 18.1 ins; 61 cms x 46 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $1,500 — 2,500


57 VARIOUS CANADIAN ARTISTS (SPADINA REVIEW CORPORATION), 1971 STOP THE SPADINA EXPRESSWAY, 1971

Nine offset lithographs on calendared wove paper, six signed, numbered, or variously dated in the stone; each signed and numbered 99/100 in pencil or pen and ink, four dated ’71, five with publisher’s letters to margins, by artists including: Dennis Burton (b. 1933); Graham Coughtry (1931-1999); John de Visser (b. 1930); Gerald Gladstone (1929-2005); Robert Nelson Markle (1936-1990); John Meredith (1933-2000); William Ronald (1926-1998); Harold Town (1924-1990); Michael Snow (b. 1928) Various sizes, largest 38 ins x 24 ins; 96.5 cms x 61 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $1,800 — 2,500

58 GENERAL IDEA (1968-1994), CANADIAN TSX “PAVILION FRAGMENTS” STUDY, URSA MAJOR AND TAURUS: PAVILLION FRAGMENTS FROM THE STARRY VAULT, 1983, NORTH WALL OF THE THIRD FLOOR STAIR WELL, FIRST / SECOND VERSION

Mixed-media print with colour and with reliefs in gold foil, signed “General Idea,” titled and dated “January 1983” in the plate; signed “AA” (AA Bronson) in blue pen and ink lower right. Unframed. Sheet 28 ins x 35.25 ins; 71.1 cms x 89.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $800 — 1,000


59 NOBORU SAWAII (1931-2016), JAPANESE/CANADIAN PILLOW SONG (FROM HOKUSAI)

Colour woodblock print on paper; signed, titled and numbered 77/100 in pencil to margin Plate 4.5 ins x 6.75 ins; 11.4 cms x 17.1 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Edmonton,AB $200 — 300

60 IVAN KENNETH EYRE (B. 1935), CANADIAN WRAPPED AND BUCKLED, 1978

Etching; signed, titled and numbered 10/75 in pencil to margin Plate/Sheet 8.9 ins x 11.7 ins; 22.5 cms x 29.7 cms; 15 ins x 17.75 ins; 38.1 cms x 45.1 cms PROVENANCE:

Galerie Calligrammes gallery, Ottawa, On label verso backing; Private Collection, Canada $400 — 600


61 PAUL BÉLIVEAU (B. 1954), CANADIAN OPUS INCERTUM II; LES OMBRES PORTÉES, 1989

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated ‘89 and numbered 35/60 in pencil along the bottom edge Image/Sheet 13.7 ins x 29.9 ins; 34.8 cms x 76 cms; 22.2 ins x 37.8 ins; 56.5 cms x 96 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $600 — 800

62 JANE HINTON (STEVENSON) (1936-2020), CANADIAN TANKS, 1991

Gelatin silver print; titled and dated “Tanks, 1991” in pen and ink to a piece of green tape verso backing Image 13.9 ins x 39 ins; 35.3 cms x 99 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $300 — 500


63 BARBARA STEINMAN (B. 1950), CANADIAN L’ÉCOUTE (DIPTYCH), 1992

Two cibachrome prints; dated and numbered 2/5 to gallery labels verso Each panel 67.5 ins x 37 ins; 171.5 cms x 94 cms PROVENANCE:

Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto; Private Collection, Toronto EXHIBITED:

Possibly exhibited in a show called “Objects and Instruments”, 1992, the name inscribed to labels verso $8,000 — 12,000

64 CLAUDE BREEZE (B. 1938), CANADIAN THE MAN WHO TALKS TO THE WIND #4, 1985-86

Woodcut in black ink on Japon paper; signed, titled, dated 85/6 and numbered “4/8 Part 1” in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. Block/Sheet 8 ins x 5.4 ins; 20.2 cms x 13.8 cms; 14.3 ins x 10.2 ins; 36.2 cms x 26 cms PROVENANCE:

Gift of the Estate of Dr. Michael Braudo, Toronto to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO through the Dr. Michael Braudo Canadian Contemporary Art Fund, Inventory No. 102639 $300 — 400


65 CLAUDE BREEZE (B. 1938), CANADIAN LANDSCAPE #1, 1985-86

Colour woodcut on laid Japon paper; signed, titled, dated 85/6 and numbered ‘7/8 Part II’ in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. Block/Sheet 8.3 ins x 5.5 ins; 21 cms x 14 cms; 14.1 ins x 9.9 ins; 35.7 cms x 25.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Gift of the Estate of Dr. Michael Braudo, Toronto to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO through the Dr. Michael Braudo Canadian Contemporary Art Fund, Inventory No. 102638 #1 $300 — 400

66 GREG GIRARD (B. 1955), CANADIAN SUZHOU CREEK REDEVELOPMENT #2, 2004 [GIR 022-1]

Chromogenic print; signed in black ink on the gallery label verso backing, titled, dated 2004 and numbered 1/3 to gallery label verso backing Sheet 48 ins x 60 ins; 121.9 cms x 152.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver & Toronto gallery label verso; Private Collection, Mississauga, ON $5,000 — 7,000


67 GREG GIRARD (B. 1955), CANADIAN MIGRANT WORKERS IN CREEK, DONGGUAN (FROM PHANTOM SHANGHAI SERIES), 1996 [GIR 037-1]

Chromogenic print; signed in black ink on the gallery label verso backing, titled, dated 1996 and numbered 1/3 to gallery label verso backing 48 ins x 60 ins; 121.9 cms x 152.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver & Toronto gallery label verso; Private Collection, Mississauga, ON $5,000 — 7,000

68 ROY ARDEN (B. 1957), CANADIAN PARKING LOT, VANCOUVER, B.C., 1996, PRINTED IN 1998

Transmounted chromogenic print on plexiglass; signed with initials, titled, dated 98 and numbered 1/3 in black ink to the frame verso, inscribed by the artist in black ink to the backboard 40 ins x 49.8 ins; 101.6 cms x 126.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Purchased in New York by the present Private Collection, Mississauga, ON $3,000 — 4,000


69 JONATHAN HOBIN (B. 1979), CANADIAN THE PIED PIPER, CIRCA 2010

Digital chromogenic print on aluminum; signed, titled and numbered 2/4 to artist’s studio label verso backing 56 ins x 24 ins; 142.2 cms x 61 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $700 — 900

70 PETER MACCALLUM (B. 1947), CANADIAN FOUR TORONTO VIEWS (FROM YONGE STREETSCAPES SERIES, 2006-2010)

Four archival silver prints, titles including: 1. Dack’s Shoes for Men, 104 Yonge Street, 2007, edition 1/10, neg. no. YN-28-11; 2. Building Awaiting Demolition, 721-719 Yonge Street at Roy’s Square, 2008, edition 2/10, neg. no. YN-51-2; 3. Laneway Behind the Lumsden Building, Looking North, 2008, edition 1/10, neg. no. YN-28-11 4. Discount Adult Video, IC World, Silver Nail/HL Shoes, David’s Café, 538-544 Yonge Street, 2008, edition 2/10, neg. no. YN-14-7 Each with artist’s labels, titled, dated and with edition numbers verso backing. Together with the hardcover book featuring this series with illustrations: “Peter MacCallum Documentary Projects 2005-2015”, See website for full catalogue details. $900 — 1,200


71 PETER A. SELLAR (20TH/21ST CENTURY), CZECHOSLOVAKIAN/ CANADIAN PRAGUE CASTLE, 1996

Chromogenic print; signed, titled and dated 1996 in black ink to margin. 9.75 ins x 29.75 ins; 24.8 cms x 75.6 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $200 — 300

72 OLDŘICH KULHÁNEK (1940-2013), CZECH I VY NAPLŇTE MÍRU OTCŮ SVÝCH (YOU TOO CAN FULFILL THE PEACE OF YOUR FATHERS) (FROM PROHIBITA), 1968

Etching in black ink; signed, titled and inscribed, dated 1968 and numbered 14/25 in pencil to margin Plate 12 ins x 19.5 ins; 30.5 cms x 49.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Collection of Paul Duval, Toronto $400 — 600


73 OLDŘICH KULHÁNEK (1940-2013), CZECH ČERNÁ HODINKA (BLACK WATCH) (ALSO KNOWN AS VIRGIL), 1967

Etching in black ink; signed, titled ‘Virgil’, dated 1967 and numbered 19/20 in pencil to margin Plate 12.4 ins x 8.9 ins; 31.5 cms x 22.5 cms PROVENANCE:

The Fine Art Galleries, The T. Eaton Co. Limited, Canada, as “Virgil”, Stock No. 20933 gallery label verso; Collection of Paul Duval, Toronto $400 — 600

74 JIRI ANDERLE (B. 1936), CZECHOSLOVAKIAN KOMÖDIE, NO. 13 (OPICE A DÍVKA) (AFFCHEN), 1969

Colour drypoint and mezzotint; signed, titled ‘”Komödie, No. 13” and inscribed “Affchen” (Little Monkey), dated 69 and numbered 8/40 in pencil to margin Plate 26.8 ins x 19.9 ins; 68 cms x 50.6 cms PROVENANCE:

Collection of Paul Duval, Toronto LITERATURE:

“The Graphic Work - J. Anderle”, Cologne, 1972, No. 79 $500 — 700


75 EMIL ORLÍK (1870-1932), CZECH DÄMMERUNG II (PLATE 12 FROM AUS JAPAN), 1902 [GLÖCKNER 2008, 91]

Etching with roulette and aquatint on soft German laid paper with BSB watermark; signed ‘Emil Orlik’ in pencil to margin. Published as sheet 12 of the portfolio “Aus Japan”. Unframed. Plate/Sheet 6.4 ins x 4.6 ins; 16.3 cms x 11.8 cms; 10.4 ins x 8.1 ins; 26.5 cms x 20.6 cms $800 — 1,200

76 KAREL APPEL (1921-2006), DUTCH EL AMIGO DEL HOMBRE, 1979

Colour lithograph; signed, dated 79 and numbered e.a. in pencil to margin. Aside from the edition of 19. Sheet 29 ins x 22.9 ins; 73.7 cms x 58.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $500 — 700


77 KAREL APPEL (1921-2006), DUTCH THREE BIRDS, 1970

Colour lithograph on blindstamped paper; signed, dated 1970 and numbered 19/100 in pencil to margin, titled “Composition with Three Birds” and numbered 19/100 to gallery label verso 28 ins x 41 ins; 71.1 cms x 104.1 cms PROVENANCE:

The Waddington Galleries Inc., Montreal gallery label verso as edition 19/100; Private Collection, Toronto $600 — 800

78 AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606–1669), DUTCH A PEASANT IN A HIGH CAP, STANDING LEANING ON A STICK

Photogravure of the etching; signed and dated 1639 in the plate. Contained in a oak frame. Plate, trimmed to image 2.9 ins x 1.8 ins; 7.4 cms x 4.6 cms NOTE:

A reverse image of Rembrandt’s etching: “A Peasant in a High Cap, Standing on a Stick” [B., Holl. 133; New Holl. 178; H. 164] PROVENANCE:

Gardner Auctions Inc., London, ON; From whom purchased by the present Private Collection, Kirkfield, ON in 1962 $50 — 80


79 EDUARD WIIRALT (1898-1954), ESTONIAN ARKEÏA, 1938 [KANGILASKI, 101]

Drypoint etching, signed, titled, and dated at Marrakech IX 1938 in the plate; signed and dated Kuir nóel 1938 in pen and ink to margin Plate 9.6 ins x 19.1 ins; 24.5 cms x 48.6 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Collingwood, ON $2,000 — 3,000

80 EDUARD WIIRALT (1898–1954), ESTONIAN CHILDREN (LAPSED), 1937 [KANGILASKI, 92]

Linoleum cut, signed and dated 1937 in the block lower left; signed, inscribed Linollõiga and dated 1937 in pen and ink to margin Image 9.4 ins x 9.6 ins; 24 cms x 24.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Collingwood, ON $1,000 — 1,500


81 JÜRI ARRAK (B. 1936), ESTONIAN

MÄNGUD PUU ÜMBER (GAMES AROUND THE TREE), 1976 Intaglio in black ink; signed, titled, inscribed “sūgavtrükk” (rotogravure), dated 76 and numbered 8/20 in pencil to margin, signed and inscribed in Estonian along the top edge in pencil verso. Unframed. Image/Sheet 24.2 ins x 19.4 ins; 61.5 cms x 49.4 cms; 27.9 ins x 23.6 ins; 70.8 cms x 60 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Unionville, ON $300 — 500

82 JÜRI ARRAK (B. 1936), ESTONIAN LÕVID (LIONS), 1981

Lithograph on smooth paper; signed, titled, inscribed ‘lito.’, dated 81 and numbered 44/50 in pencil to margin, signed and dated 1983 at Tallinn in pencil verso. Unframed. Image/Sheet 12.8 ins x 17.4 ins; 32.4 cms x 44.3 cms; 16.4 ins x 20.5 ins; 41.7 cms x 52 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Unionville, ON $300 — 500


83 PIERRE BONNARD (1867–1947), FRENCH LA REVUE BLANCHE, 1894 [BOUVET, 30]

Lithograph on wove paper laid on linen wrapped board, signed and dated 94 in the stone left center. Printed by Edward Ancourt, Paris. Published by La Revue Blanche, Paris. Image/Sheet 29.75 ins x 22.88 ins; 75.6 cms x 58.1 cms; 31.25 ins x 24 ins; 79.4 cms x 61 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $800 — 1,200

84 GEORGES ROUAULT (1871–1958), FRENCH LE POISSON VOLANT (FROM RÉINCARNATIONS DU PÈRE UBU), 1928 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 23]

Etching and aquatint signed with initials and dated 1928 in the plate bottom centre; titled “Dragon Volante” to gallery label verso. Published by Ambroise Vollard, Paris. Plate 8.3 ins x 12.2 ins; 21.2 cms x 31 cms PROVENANCE:

Craddock and Barnard, London; Kaspar Gallery, Toronto gallery label verso, certified as an authentic work to gallery label verso; Private Collection, Oakville, ON $300 — 500


85 GEORGES ROUAULT (1871–1958), FRENCH CHRIST EN CROIX, 1924 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 306]

Lithograph on chine volant with black ink stamp “ZS” letters lower left edge of margin; signed and dated 1929 in blue ink by Rouault lower right margin, numbered 30/50 in pencil to lower left margin. From the total edition of 575. Published by Galerie des Peintres Graveurs, Paris, with their blindstamp lower right margin. Contained in a shaped wood frame. Image/Sheet 11.8 ins x 8.7 ins; 30 cms x 22.2 cms; 19.5 ins x 12.8 ins; 49.5 cms x 32.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $400 — 600

86 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864-1901), FRENCH POSTER: LES VIEILLES HISTOIRES, POÉSIES DE JEAN GOUDEZKI MISES EN MUSIQUE POUR DÉSIRÉ DIHAU, COUVERTURE-FRONTISPIECE, 1893 [WITTROCK, 5; DELTEIL, 18]

Lithograph, signed with monogram in the plate lower left, with letters “SÉRIE I” in the plate lower right. Published by Gustave Ondet, Paris. Image/Sheet 13 ins x 21.25 ins; 33 cms x 54 cms; 17.9 ins x 24.1 ins; 45.4 cms x 61.3 cms PROVENANCE:

Gallery of Graphic Arts Ltd., New York label verso; Private Collection, Toronto $800 — 1,200


87 PAUL BERTHON (1872-1909), FRENCH LES BOULES DE NEIGE, 1900 [ARWAS, 53]; SARAH BERNHARDT, 1901 [ARWAS, 90]

The first: Colour lithograph; signed in the plate lower right, titled in the plate to the bottom margin. Published by Chaix, Paris. The second: Colour lithograph; signed in the plate lower left Sight 18 ins x 22 ins; 45.7 cms x 55.9 cms; 20 ins x 14.5 ins; 50.8 cms x 36.8 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $500 — 700

88 BOYER D’AGEN ET JEAN DE ROIG, EDITORS, FRENCH ROPS.... IANA, (ILLUSTRATED BY FÉLICIEN ROPS (1833–1898)), 1924

Éditions Pellet, Paris 1924, limited edition number 64/500. Brown hardcover. Overall 11 ins x 8.75 ins x 0.8 ins; 27.9 cms x 22.2 cms x 2.1 cms PROVENANCE:

With Atlantic Bindery, Inc., Bookbinders, Atlantic City, NJ label to inside front cover; Private Collection, Ontario $400 — 600


89 JULES PASCIN (1885-1930), FRENCH LE DINER, 1927

Possible transfer drawing on indistinctly blindstamped paper upper right (a circular blindstamp with letters centering a thistle, possibly a Strathmore Artist blindstamp); stamped signature “Pascin” in black ink, stamped twice with Atelier/Pascin stamps in two different colours: one violet and one green lower right, inscribed in pen and ink along the bottom edge: “Le dinerdesssin de Pascin” and dated 1927 at Paris. Sheet 12.1 ins x 22.8 ins; 30.7 cms x 58 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $400 — 600

90 ERTÉ (1892–1990), RUSSIAN/FRENCH PILLOW SWING, 1985

Colour silkscreen with foil embossing; signed and numbered 130/300 in pencil to margin Sight 26 ins x 18.25 ins; 66 cms x 46.4 cms $400 — 600


91 RENÉE LUBAROW (B. 1923), FRENCH LE FIL D’OR DE L’AVENTURE, 1971

Colour etching and aquatint; signed, titled, dated 71 and numbered 15/60 in pencil to margin. Plate 18.9 ins x 15.2 ins; 48 cms x 38.5 cms PROVENANCE:

With John Robert (formerly Robert Hubbard & Son Ltd., Toronto) for the custom made frame label verso backing; Private Collection, Toronto $300 — 400

92 FANCH LEDAN (B. 1949), FRENCH LE SALON MATISSE, 1993

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 67/350 in pencil to margin Image 38.25 ins x 27.5 ins; 97.2 cms x 69.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $600 — 800


93 THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923), SWISS/FRENCH NID DE BLESSÉS, 1917 [CAT XVIII, NO. 151]

Etching on BFK Rives watermarked laid paper with 2 ‘Eug. Delatre’ blindstamps in the lower left and lower right bottom margins, signed and dated 917 in the plate lower left; signed in pencil lower left margin, titled “Nid de Blessis” and numbered 12/7 in pencil lower left margin Plate/Sheet 19.3 ins x 23.4 ins; 49 cms x 59.4 cms; 21.5 ins x 28.1 ins; 54.5 cms x 71.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $1,000 — 1,500

94 THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923), SWISS/FRENCH “VOUS EN FAITES PAS! NOUS S’EN FAIT PAS!”, MARS, 1915

Lithograph, titled in the stone along the bottom edge; signed “Steinlen” in pencil lower right and numbered 8/20 in pencil below it Image 13.8 ins x 20.1 ins; 35 cms x 51 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $400 — 600


95 THÉOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859-1923), SWISS/FRENCH AH! JEUNESSE, 1915

Lithograph, titled and inscribed in the stone; signed and numbered 2/20 in pencil to margin Image/Sheet 16 ins x 20.2 ins; 40.6 cms x 51.4 cms; 20.5 ins x 26.1 ins; 52 cms x 66.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $400 — 600

96 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528), GERMAN THE VIRGIN WITH CHILD AND MONKEY, CIRCA 1498 [BARTSCH, 42]

Engraving on laid paper with no discernible watermark, trimmed to the image, the image trimmed at the top Sheet 6.7 ins x 4.6 ins; 17.1 cms x 11.7 cms PROVENANCE:

With Sam’s Nyack Glass & Paint Co., Nyack, New York label verso; Beman Galleries Fine Paintings, Nyack, New York gallery label verso; Private Collection, Toronto formerly of the UK $400 — 600


97 ERICH HECKEL (1883–1970), GERMAN AM STRAND (AT THE BEACH), 1923 [DUBE H 336 III B]

Woodcut on Japon paper; signed “Erich Heckel” and dated 23 to lower right margin. One impression from the edition of 300. Printed and published by Marées-Gesellschaft, München with their blindstamp lower right margin. Condition noted. Image/Sheet 16.1 ins x 10.2 ins; 41 cms x 26 cms; 18 ins x 13.75 ins; 45.7 cms x 34.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON LITERATURE:

Dube, Annemarie und Wolf-Dieter: “Erich Heckel - Das graphische Werk, Bd. II, Radierungen - Lithographien”, New York 1974, Cat. No. 336 III B. $1,000 — 1,500

98 KÄTHE KOLLWITZ (1867-1945), GERMAN SELBSTBILDNIS (SELF-PORTRAIT), 1924 [KLIPSTEIN, 198 (A)]

Lithograph on smooth Japon paper; signed in pencil lower right, inscribed “Printed in Germany” in pencil verso Image/Sheet 11.4 ins x 8.7 ins; 29 cms x 22 cms; 18.2 ins x 13.7 ins; 46.2 cms x 34.8 cms PROVENANCE:

The Helen and Walter Zwig Foundation Collection, Toronto LITERATURE:

August Klipstein, “The Graphic Work of Kathe Kollwitz”, New York, 1955, p. 271 $2,000 — 3,000


99 KÄTHE KOLLWITZ (1867-1945), GERMAN HAMBURGER KNEIPE (HAMBURG TAVERN), 1901 [KLIPSTEIN, 58 III (A)]

Soft-ground etching on Japon paper; signed by the artist in pencil to lower right margin, signed and inscribed indistinctly by the printer “O. Felsing Berlin gedr.” in pencil lower left. Printed by Otto Felsing, Berlin. Published by Emil Richter, Dresden. Plate/Sheet 7.7 ins x 9.7 ins; 19.5 cms x 24.7 cms; 10.9 ins x 12.8 ins; 27.6 cms x 32.6 cms PROVENANCE:

The Helen and Walter Zwig Foundation Collection, Toronto LITERATURE:

August Klipstein, “The Graphic Work of Kathe Kollwitz”, New York, 1955, p. 74 $1,000 — 1,500

100 FRITZ KAHN (1888–1968), GERMAN MAN MACHINE/ MASCHINE MENSCH WITH POSTER: “DER MENSCH ALS INDUSTRIEPALAST”, 2009 EDITION

Book by Uta von Debschitz, Berlin, Germany and Thilo von Debschitz, Wiesbaden, Germany. First edition English/German edition, hardcover, 208 pages. Published by Springer-Verlag, Vienna in 2009. With the colour offset lithographic poster: ‘Der Mensch Als Industriepalast’ on light paper, folded several times contained loose inside the front cover Poster Sheet/Book 32.9 ins x 16.4 ins; 83.5 cms x 41.7 cms; 10.8 ins x 8.1 ins x 0.9 ins; 27.5 cms x 20.5 cms x 2.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Ontario $1,000 — 1,500


101 ALDO ROSSI (1931–1997), ITALIAN TEATRO DEL MONDO A VENEZIA, 1981

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed, dated 81 and numbered 31/80 in pencil to margin Image/Sheet 33.5 ins x 41.7 ins; 85 cms x 106 cms; 35.8 ins x 43.5 ins; 91 cms x 110.4 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Mississauga, ON $1,200 — 1,800

102 AMEDEO MODIGLIANI (1884-1920), ITALIAN RECLINING NUDE

Etching on smooth Japon paper, signed in the plate in reverse lower left. Unframed. Plate/Sheet 3.9 ins x 5.8 ins; 9.9 cms x 14.7 cms; 6.6 ins x 9.1 ins; 16.8 cms x 23.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $300 — 500


103 FRANCO FONTANA (B. 1933), ITALIAN UNTITLED (LANDSCAPE), 1978

Extacolour print on Kodak paper; signed, dated ‘78 and numbered 15/100 in black ink to margin; inscribed “Untitled” and dated 1978 to typed label verso backing Image/Sheet 8.9 ins x 13.4 ins; 22.5 cms x 34 cms; 9.4 ins x 14.2 ins; 23.8 cms x 36 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Toronto $400 — 600

104 YAACOV AGAM (B. 1928), ISRAELI PACE OF TIME

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 73/180 in pencil to margin Image/Sheet sight 20.3 ins x 26.3 ins; 51.5 cms x 66.8 cms; 21.25 ins x 27.5 ins; 54 cms x 69.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Corporate Collection, Toronto $500 — 800


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

Colour woodcut; signed, titled, dated 1961 and numbered 87/210 and inscribed with Japanese characters in pencil to the bottom and right margins Sheet 32.5 ins x 22 ins; 82.6 cms x 55.9 cms $400 — 600

106 HIROYUKI TAJIMA (1911-1984), JAPANESE SAINT, 1970

Colour woodblock on paper; signed, titled in Roman and in Japanese script, dated ‘70 and numbered 3 7/50 (“50 - 37”) in pencil to margin Plate/Sheet 22 ins x 16.5 ins; 55.8 cms x 42.0 cms; 24.9 ins x 19.7 ins; 63.2 cms x 50 cms PROVENANCE:

Purchased in 1982 in San Francisco, California by the present Private Collection, Vero Beach, Florida $700 — 900


107 CUI XIUWEN (1970–2018), CHINESE ONE DAY IN 2004, 2010

Chromogenic print; signed in Roman and in characters, dated 2010.5.7 and numbered 16/35 in pencil to margin. There were also 5 Artist Proofs. Published by UCCA with their blindstamp lower right margin. Image/Sheet 55.8 ins x 7.5 ins; 141.8 cms x 19 cms; 57 ins x 8.1 ins; 144.7 cms x 20.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Ullen’s Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China from whom purchased by the present Private Collection in 2012, together with a Certificate of Authenticity, annotated in pen and ink with the edition and the date of purchase on October 27, 2012 and the original receipt dated ‘2012. 10. 27’ contained in an envelope from the UCCA $1,200 — 1,500

108 JOSÉ LUIS CUEVAS (1934-2017), MEXICAN GIANTS SUITE (5 PLATES), 1971

Suite of five colour lithographs on wove paper; the top and bottom sheets dated “16-8-71” in the plates, signed, numbered 13/100 and dated ‘71 in pencil to the bottom sheet. Published by Tamarind Lithography, Workshop Inc., Los Angeles with their blindstamp. Each Sheet/ Overall 18 ins x 30 ins; 45.7 cms x 76.2 cms; 94.5 ins x 30 ins; 240 cms x 76.2 cms $300 — 500


109 JOSÉ LUIS CUEVAS (1934-2017), MEXICAN WANTED (FROM “CRIME BY CUEVAS”), 1968 [VELEZ, 50]

Lithograph printed to the edges, signed and dated “May 10-68” in the stone lower left; signed and numbered 78/100 in red pencil to the image bottom centre. Published by the Atelier Mourlot, New York. Matted and unframed. Sheet 22 ins x 30 ins; 55.9 cms x 76.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Corporate Collection, Toronto $200 — 400

110 RUFINO TAMAYO (1899–1991), MEXICAN HOMBRE EN NEGRO, 1976 [PEREDA, 219]

Mixografía in colours on Arches paper printed to the edges; signed and numbered 25/140 in pencil along the bottom edge. There were also 25 hors commerce. With the blindstamps of the publisher/printer: Transworld Art, New York/Taller de Gráfica Mexicana, Mexico City lower left. Sheet 30.5 ins x 22.2 ins; 77.5 cms x 56.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $2,000 — 3,000


111 DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROS (1896-1974), MEXICAN VISTA AÉREA (AERIAL VIEW); MUJER EN LA CÁRCEL (WOMAN IN JAIL); FUGA (ESCAPE) (FROM THE MOUNTAIN SUITE), 1969

Three colour lithographs on Japon paper; each signed and numbered III/ XXV in pencil to margins. Printed by Mourlot, Paris. Published by Touchstone Publishers, New York. Each Sheet 25.5 ins x 19.5 ins; 64.8 cms x 49.5 cms PROVENANCE:

From the Michael Latner Ltd.; Steven Latner Ltd.; or Shiplake Investments Limited collection inscribed to the three Twenty First Century Gallery Limited, Toronto gallery labels to the verso of each; Corporate Collection, Toronto $1,200 — 1,800

112 JESÚS RAFAEL SOTO (1923-2005), VENEZEULAN FOUR PLATES (FROM VIBRATIONS, THE FOLIO OF EIGHT), 1969

Four colour silkscreens, one with silver foil, on cardboard; each signed and numbered 37/200 in pencil to margin. Published by Denise René, Paris, with their blindstamps lower left. Each sheet 26.5 ins x 20 ins; 68 cms x 51 cms PROVENANCE:

Shiplake Investments Limited collection inscribed to The Twenty First Century Gallery Limited, Toronto gallery label to three of the works verso; Corporate Collection, Toronto $2,000 — 3,000


113 PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973), SPANISH PORTRAIT DE MAX JACOB (FROM CHRONIQUE DES TEMPS HÉROÏQUES),1956 [BLOCH, 804]

Etching and drypoint on BFK Rives watermarked paper, dated 7.9.56 in the plate, in reverse, upper right; signed in red crayon and numbered 12/60 in pencil to margin. Printed by Leblanc, Paris. Published by Louis Broder, Paris. Plate/Sheet 7.7 ins x 5.8 ins; 19.5 cms x 14.8 cms; 17.75 ins x 12.8 ins; 45.1 cms x 32.4 cms PROVENANCE:

From the Vincent Price Collection, Sears, Roebuck and Co., US, gallery labels and biography verso backing; The Helen and Walter Zwig Foundation Collection, Toronto $1,000 — 1,500

114 EUGENIO D’ORS (1881-1954) (AUTHOR), SPANISH PABLO PICASSO, 1930

English limited edition book translation from the Spanish edition by Warre B. Wells, published by Éditions Des Chroniques Du Jour, Paris in 1930. Cover photo by Man Ray. The English edition printed on behalf of E. Weyhe, New York City for editions 601 - 1,100. This lot being numbered ‘Copy No. 1185’ was printed by A. Zwemmer, London, UK (copies numbered 1,101 to 1,250). Soft red cover with gilt lettering on spine: ‘Picasso’ Overall 11 ins x 9 ins x 1 ins; 27.9 cms x 22.9 cms x 2.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Ontario $700 — 900


115 AFTER PABLO PICASSO (1881–1973), SPANISH GUITARE ET PARTITION, 1920, 1979-1982

Colour lithograph on Arches paper; signed “Collection of Marina Picasso” and numbered 319/500 in pencil to margin. There were 34 Artist Proofs. With Pablo Picasso Estate and Marcel Salinas embossed blindstamps to margin, certified and approved by the Heirs of Pablo Picasso to text stamped verso. Image/Sheet 23.8 ins x 11.7 ins; 60.5 cms x 29.6 cms; 30 ins x 22 ins; 76.2 cms x 55.9 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $400 — 600

116 AFTER PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973), SPANISH “CAVALIER EN ARMURE”, 1951, PRINTED 1982

Etching on Arches paper, dated ‘28.1.51’ in the stone lower right; signed “Collection Marina Picasso” and numbered 217/500 in pencil to margin. With Pablo Picasso Estate and Marcel Salinas embossed blindstamps to margin, certified and approved by the Heirs of Pablo Picasso to text stamped verso. Published by Taclak Litho Associates in 1982 stamp verso. Plate 15.9 ins x 20.4 ins; 40.5 cms x 51.7 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Oakville, ON $400 — 600


117 AFTER PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973), SPANISH FAUNE ET FEMME NUE (FROM LA FLÛTE DOUBLE PORTFOLIO OF 15 POCHOIRS BY JACOMET), 1967

Colour collotype with pochoir on Richard de Bas paper, dated “7 Avril XXXVI” in the plate lower right; estate stamped “Picasso” in green ink lower right on the image, numbered 23/500 in pencil to margin. Printed by Daniel Jacomet. Edited by “Au vent d’Arles”, Saint-Paul-de- Vence in 1967. 16.5 ins x 21.5 ins; 41.9 cms x 54.6 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Ontario $300 — 500

118 JOAN MIRÓ (1893–1983), SPANISH ONE PLATE (FROM ‘MIRO LITHOGRAPHE I’), 1972 [MOURLOT 856; CRAMER BOOKS, 160]

Colour lithograph on Arches wove paper; signed and numbered 50/150 in pencil to margin, from the deluxe edition. Printed by Mourlot, Paris. Co-published by Alain C. Mazo and Maeght, Paris and La Poligrafra, Barcelona (without the central vertical fold as issued). Sheet 13.3 ins x 10.1 ins; 33.7 cms x 25.6 cms PROVENANCE:

Albert White Gallery, Toronto gallery label verso backing, inventory number “M-48a” to their label; With The Allen Gallery, Toronto for framing on 6 January 1995 label verso; Private Collection, Toronto $1,500 — 2,500


119 SALVADOR DALÍ (1904–1989), SPANISH DON QUIXOTE (FROM FIVE SPANISH IMMORTALS), 1965 [FIELD, 65-7 (D)]

Sepia etching on Rives paper [for Collectors Guild]; signed and numbered 33/125 in pencil to margin Plate/Sheet 6.8 ins x 4.9 ins; 17.2 cms x 12.5 cms; 14.1 ins x 10.8 ins; 35.8 cms x 27.5 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Edmonton, AB LITERATURE:

Albert Field, ‘The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali’, 1996, p. 28, illustrated p. 29 $600 — 900

120 SALVADOR DALÍ (1904–1989), SPANISH THE BALLET OF FLOWERS (THE FASHION DESIGNER) (THE COUTURIER), 1980 [FIELD, 80-6]

Colour lithograph from an original gouache on Arches France watermarked paper; signed and numbered 128/350 in pencil to margin, signed by Albert Field as his certification and approval in pencil verso. With “Dalart N.V./ Copyright 1980” blindstamp lower right margin, Atelier Dumas Inc., New York blindstamp lower left margin. Matted and unframed. Image/Sheet 22.4 ins x 18 ins; 57 cms x 45.8 cms; 28.9 ins x 21 ins; 73.3 cms x 53.3 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Edmonton, AB LITERATURE:

Albert Field, ‘The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali’, 1996, p. 186 $800 — 1,200


121 ANTONI TÀPIES (1923–2012), SPANISH PROFIL, 1982 [GALFETTI, 867]

Colour lithograph on Arches paper; signed and numbered 46/75 in pencil to margin. Published by Galerie Lelong, Paris. Image/Sheet 25.5 ins x 19.5 ins; 64.8 cms x 49.5 cms; 31.7 ins x 24 ins; 80.5 cms x 61 cms PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Montreal $1,000 — 1,500

122 ANTONI TÀPIES (1923–2012), SPANISH

CHICAGO (AL HANNOVER), 1983 [GALFETTI, 925] Lithograph in black and white on brown wove paper; signed and numbered H.C. in pencil, inscribed “4 Chicago H.C. Tapies” to verso backing. Aside from the edition of 100. Published by Galerie Lelong, New York. Image/Sheet 28 ins x 20 ins; 71.1 cms x 50.8 cms PROVENANCE:

Gemst Inc., Montreal label verso; Private Collection, Montreal $1,000 — 1,500


123 ANNA AUGUSTI (EDITOR), SPANISH TÀPIES: THE COMPLETE WORKS VOLUME 1: 1943-1960; VOLUME 2: 1961-1968

Volume I: Published by Fundació Antoni Tàpies / Edicions Polígrafa, Barcelona, 1988. First English edition, 546 pages, 983 illustrations (133 in color). Foreword by Georges Raillaird. Catalog by Anna Agusti. Chronology and bibliography by Miquel Tapies. Hardcover, blue-grey cloth covered boards with title and illustrations printed in black. Color illustrated dust jacket, the slipcase of thin cardboard with title printed in black; Volume II: Published by Barcelona, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Edicions Poligrafa, 1990. Foreword by Andreas Franzke. Catalog by Anna Agusti. Chronology and bibliography by Miquel Tapies. English edition. Hardcover, also with blue-grey cloth covered boards with title and illustrations printed in black. Color illustrated dust jacket, the slipcase of thin cardboard with title printed in black $400 — 600

124 ALVAR SUÑOL MUNOZ-RAMOS (B. 1935), SPANISH DEUX FEMMES À LA COLOMBE

Glazed ceramic relief; signed and numbered 2/10 in black ink, mounted on wood panel. Frame detached and included. 36 ins x 30 ins; 91.4 cms x 76.2 cms PROVENANCE:

Fred Grossman (Park West Gallery, Michigan); From whom acquired by the present Private Collection, Toronto, circa 1979 $500 — 800


125 YRJÖ EDELMANN (1941-2016), SWEDISH OBSCURED LANDSCAPE, 1980

Colour lithograph on Tumba Grafik blindstamped paper; signed and numbered 72/150 in pencil along the bottom edge. Sheet 32 ins x 24 ins; 81.3 cms x 61 cms PROVENANCE:

Purchased in San Francisco, California in 1981 as “Obscured Landscape, 1980” by the present Private Collection, Vero Beach, Florida $500 — 700


Index A

E

K

Agam, Yaacov (104)

Edelmann, Yrjö (125)

Kahn, Fritz (100)

Albers, Josef (4)

Erté (90)

Kay, Dorothy Elvery (40)

Anderle, Jiri (74)

Eyre, Ivan Kenneth (60)

Kerr-Lawson, James (33)

Andrews, Sybil (47) Appel, Karel (76, 77) Arden, Roy (68) Arrak, Jüri (81, 82) Augusti, Anna (123)

B Béliveau, Paul (61)

Kollwitz, Käthe (98, 99)

F Fedden, Mary (46)

Kulhánek, Oldřich (72, 73)

Flint, Sir William Russell (36)

L

Fontana, Franco (103)

Lasne, Michel (25)

Francis, Sam (8)

Ledan, Fanch (92)

Freud, Lucian (43)

Lubarow, Renée (91)

Frink, Elisabeth (42)

Lupton, Thomas (27)

G

M

Genush, Luba (50)

Maccallum, Peter (70)

Girard, Greg (66, 67)

Markle, Robert Nelson (57)

General Idea (58)

McEwen, Jean (54)

Gladstone, Gerald (57)

Meredith, John (57)

Greenfield, Graham (46)

Miró, Joan (118)

Gruen, John Jonas (7)

Modigliani, Amedeo (102)

Bergman, Henry Eric (49) Berthon, Paul (87) Bicat, Andre (46) British, Various artists (46) Bonnard, Pierre (83) Breeze, Claude (64, 65) Buck, Nathaniel (26) Burton, Dennis (57)

C Canadian, Various artists (57) Coughtry, Graham (57) Cuevas, José Luis (108, 109) Curtis, Edward S. (15, 16, 17, 18)

D d'Ors, Eugenio (114)

Moore, Henry (37, 38)

H Heckel, Erich (97) Hepworth, Barbara (41)

O

Hinton, Jane (62)

Oliveira, Nathan (13)

Hobin, Jonathan (69)

Orlík, Emil (75)

Hockney, David (39) Hoesen, Beth Van (14) Howell, Peter (46)

Dalí, Salvador (119, 120) Deluermoz, Henri (34) Drebin, David (9, 12) Donaldson, Antony (46) Durand, Asher Brown (30) Dürer, A!er Albrecht (23, 24) Dürer, Albrecht (96)

Morin, Jean (25)

J Jacque"e, Yvonne (10)

P Paolozzi, Eduardo (45) Pascin, Jules (89) Pearson, Ian Mackinnon (48) Pellan, Alfred (55, 56) Picasso, A!er Pablo (116, 117, 115) Picasso, Pablo (113) Piper, John (44)


R Reynolds, Samuel William the Elder After Joshua (28, 29) Rembrandt, After van Rijn (78) Rijn, A!er Rembrandt van (78) Roig, Boyer d'Agen et Jean de (88) Rossi, Aldo (101) Ronald, William (57)

W Warhol, Andy (1, 2, 3) Whistler, A er James Abbo McNeill (20) Whistler, James Abbo McNeill (19, 21, 22) Whitman, Don (6) Wiiralt, Eduard (79, 80) Wilson, Ronald York (53) Woolnough, Hilda (51)

Rouault, Georges (84, 85) Rowlandson, Thomas (32, 31)

S

X

Sawaii, Noboru (b. 1931) (59)

Xiuwen, Cui (107)

Seeff, Norman (5) Sellar, Peter A. (71) Siqueiros, David Alfaro (111) Snow, Michael (57) Soto, Jesús Rafael (112) Steinlen, Théophile Alexandre (93, 94, 95) Steinman, Barbara (63) Suñol, Alvar Munoz-Ramos (124)

T Tajima, Hiroyuki (106) Takahshi, Yoshi (105) Tamayo, Rufino (110) Tàpies, Antoni (121, 122) Thépot, Roger-François (52) Thornton, Robert John (35) Tobey, Mark (11) Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de (86) Town, Harold (57)

V Vendramini, Giovanni (27) Visser, John de (57)


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5. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized.

11. Notwithstanding condition no. 1, if the buyer, prior to removal of a lot, makes arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for the inspection of such lot by a fully qualified person acceptable to the auctioneer to determine the genuineness or authenticity of the lot, to be carried out promptly following the sale of the lot, and if, but only if, within a period of 14

days following the sale a written opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a written request by the buyer for rescission of the sale, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the sale price refunded to the buyer. 12. Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), and VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). 13. In the event of failure to pay for or remove articles within the aforementioned time limit, the auctioneer, without limitation of the rights of the consignor and the auctioneer against the buyer, may resell any of the articles affected, and in such case the original buyer shall be responsible to the auctioneer and the consignor for: (a) any deficiency in price between the resale amount and the amount to have been paid by the original buyer; (b) any reasonable charge by the auctioneer for the storage of such articles until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and (c) the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer. 14. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and removing the property purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability to them. 15. The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any attribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. Without limitation, the buyer understands that any item bought may be affected by the provisions of the Cultural Property Export Act (Canada). 16. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction.


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