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1 AFTER WINOLD REISS (18861953), GERMAN/AMERICAN “BLACK FEET INDIANS OF GLACIER NATIONAL PARK” (THE BLACKFEET INDIAN EDUCATIONAL PORTFOLIO), 1947

2 SYLVIA WALD (1914-), AMERICAN BURNING THE LEAVES

3 RALPH LEWANDA WICKISER (1910–1998), AMERICAN HALLOWEEN

Colour silkscreen on laid paper; signed and titled in pencil to margin. Circa late 1940’s.

Lithograph; signed and titled in pencil to margin

Portfolio containing 24 “full color” lithographic prints

15.2 ins x 11.7 ins; 38.7 cms x 29.8 cms

12.0 ins x 9.0 ins; 30.5 cms x 22.9 cms

$400 — 600

9.5 ins x 12.0 ins; 24.1 cms x 30.5 cms

4 ROBERT RIGGS (1896–1970), AMERICAN CHILDREN’S WARD, 1940 [BASSHAM, 76] Lithograph; signed and titled in pencil to margin. From the edition of 50. Matted and unframed. 14.2 ins x 18.9 ins; 36.0 cms x 48.0 cms

$500 — 700 $300 — 500

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5 ROBERT RIGGS (1896–1970), AMERICAN WARD ROUNDS [BASSHAM, 79] Lithograph; signed in the plate lower left, signed and titled in pencil to margin. From the edition of approximately 50. Matted and unframed. 14.2 ins x 19.0 ins; 36.0 cms x 48.3 cms

$300 — 500

6 RAYMOND DERY (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), AMERICAN SCHOOL? PAIR OF BIG BAND JAZZ PLAYERS

7 ALBERT HIRSCHFELD (19032003), AMERICAN TRANCE DANCER (FROM HARLEM AS SEEN BY HIRSCHFELD), 1941

8 HENRIETTA SHORE (18801963), CANADIAN/AMERICAN INDIAN WOMAN AND CHILD Lithograph; signed and titled in pencil to margin

Two colour pochoirs each heightened with touches of watercolour; each signed in the plate lower right

Colour lithograph on paper; signed in the plate mid-left, from the edition of 1000

16.5 ins x 11.7 ins; 41.9 cms x 29.8 cms

9.2 ins x 24.8 ins; 23.3 cms x 62.9 cms

12.0 ins x 9.0 ins; 30.5 cms x 22.9 cms

$200 — 300

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$200 — 300

$400 — 600


9 HENRIETTA SHORE (18801963), CANADIAN/AMERICAN AMARYLLIS, 1925 Lithograph on laid paper; signed, titled and dated 25 in pencil to margin 10.2 ins x 13.0 ins; 26.0 cms x 33.0 cms

$100 — 150

10 CLARENCE JOHN LAUGHLIN (1905-1985), AMERICAN THE MIRROR OF LONG AGO: 1946

11 ALFRED STIEGLITZ (18641946), AMERICAN THE STEERAGE (FROM CAMERA WORK, NO. 36, 1907)

Ferrotyped silver print mounted to a Crescent Illustration Board; mount; signed, titled and dated 1946 in ink, with photographer’s credit stamp, numbered Print No. “6”, with copyright dates 1963 + 1973, and printing date 12/5/1979 inscribed in pen and ink verso. Matted and unframed.

Gelatin silver print. Printed later. Unframed.

13.4 ins x 10.2 ins; 34.0 cms x 26.0 cms

8.3 ins x 6.5 ins; 21.0 cms x 16.5 cms Note: This image is heralded as Stieglitz’s most famous and has been celebrated as both a formative document of its epoch and one of the first works of artistic modernism.

12 UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STUDIOS, NEW YORK, 1927, AMERICAN “YANKEES MAKING IT FOUR STRAIGHT, TAKE THE WORLD'S SERIES; BABE RUTH AGAIN STARS” (PRESS PHOTO, 1927) 8.0 ins x 9.5 ins; 20.3 cms x 24.1 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $400 — 600

$100 — 200 $1,000 — 1,500

13 LEE MILLER (1907-1977), AMERICAN PORTRAIT OF JOSEPH CORNELL, NEW YORK (WITH ONE OF HIS SUBJECTS), 1933 Gelatin silver print; estate print with stamp authenticating this as from the Lee Miller Archives. Printed circa 1975. 6.5 ins x 10.0 ins; 16.5 cms x 25.4 cms

14 MARION POST WOLCOTT (1910-1990), AMERICAN, ET. AL. NEGRO CHURCH NEAR MANNING, SOUTH CAROLINA, (FARM SECURITY ADMINISTRATION), 1939 7.2 ins x 10.0 ins; 18.4 cms x 25.4 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

15 PHILIP KAPPEL (1901-1981), AMERICAN UNTITLED (MARKETPLACE, JAMAICA?) Drypoint etching on “France” watermarked wove paper; signed in the plate lower right, signed in pencil to margin 9.3 ins x 7.2 ins; 23.5 cms x 18.4 cms

$1,200 — 1,800

Colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed, titled, numbered 69/210 and dated 64 in pencil to margin. Unframed. 22.0 ins x 30.0 ins; 55.9 cms x 76.2 cms

$200 — 300 $200 — 300

$600 — 900

16 TADEUSZ LAPINSKI (1928-), POLISH/AMERICAN TRUMPET SYMPHONY, 1964


17 JAMES “JAMIE” BROWNING WYETH (1946-), AMERICAN HEN ON NEST (FROM THE FARM PORTFOLIO, ONE PLATE), 1980 Etching and drypoint on heavy wove paper; signed and numbered 81/150 in pencil to margin, copyright date 1980 to artist’s ink stamp verso. Unframed. 16.5 ins x 13.7 ins; 41.9 cms x 34.9 cms

18 HAROLD ALTMAN (1924-), AMERICAN SNOW, CENTRAL PARK Colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed, titled and numbered 251/285 in pencil to margin. Published by Mourlot, Paris with their blindstamp lower left margin. 17.6 ins x 23.5 ins; 44.6 cms x 59.8 cms

$250 — 350

19 MEL RAMOS (1935-), AMERICAN SENORITA RIO (FROM 1¢ LIFE), 1964 Colour lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper with centre fold as issued by the publisher; from the total edition of 2100

20 MEL RAMOS (1935-), AMERICAN LEO, 1971 [VERLAG, 65] Colour silkscreen; signed, dated 71 and numbered AP II/XII in pencil, inscribed in pencil verso. Unframed. 14.0 ins x 17.8 ins; 35.6 cms x 45.1 cms

15.3 ins x 21.1 ins; 38.9 cms x 53.5 cms $400 — 600 Note: Additional information available on our website.

$200 — 300 $400 — 600

21 PETER MAX (1937- ), GERMAN/AMERICAN MOONSCAPE, 1978

22 PETER MAX (1937- ), GERMAN/AMERICAN ACROSS THE ROOM, 1982

23 PETER MAX (1937- ), GERMAN/AMERICAN PEACH LADY, 1970

Colour silkscreen on “Peter Max 1977” blindstamped paper; signed and numbered 27/150 in pencil to margin

Colour silkscreen; signed, dated 1982 and numbered 161/200 in pencil to margin

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 86/300 in pencil to margin.

19.0 ins x 23.5 ins; 48.3 cms x 59.7 cms

20.7 ins x 29.5 ins; 52.7 cms x 74.9 cms

23.0 ins x 17.0 ins; 58.4 cms x 43.2 cms

24 LARRY FINK (1941-), AMERICAN WEDDING, LONG CENTRAL NECK, N.Y.C., 1988 Gelatin silver print; signed, titled, dated Dec. 1988 and numbered 4/25 in pencil verso. Matted and unframed. 19.8 ins x 15.7 ins; 50.3 cms x 40.0 cms

$800 — 1,200

$800 — 1,200

$500 — 700 $800 — 1,200


25 CHRISTO (1935- ), AMERICAN PACKAGE ON CAROZZA, PROJECT FOR A. BERLINGIERI, TARANTO, SOUTH ITALY, 1984 [SCHELLMANN, 112]

26 CHRISTO (1935- ), AMERICAN ERICSSON DISPLAY MONITOR UNIT 3111, WRAPPED, (PERSONAL COMPUTER), ERICSSON TYPE 1050-545, 1985 [SCHELLMANN, 120]

22.5 ins x 28.0 ins; 57.2 cms x 71.1 cms

Colour lithograph with transparent polyethylene, staples, twine and colour photograph collage; signed, dated 1985 and numbered 15/100 in pencil along the bottom edge. Printed by Landfall Press, Chicago. Published by L.M. Ericsson, New Jersey

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27 SARAH CHARLESWORTH (1947-2013), AMERICAN SUBTLE BODY, 1989 Laminated cibachrome print 50.0 ins x 70.5 ins; 127.0 cms x 179.1 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $3,000 — 5,000

$2,000 — 3,000 28.1 ins x 22.6 ins; 71.4 cms x 57.4 cms

28 JUDY CHICAGO (1939-), AMERICAN FEMALE REJECTION DRAWING #3 (PEELING BACK) (FROM THE REJECTION QUINTET, 1974), 1977 Colour offset lithograph on wove paper; signed and dated 1977 in pencil to margin. Published by Periwinkle Productions, Beverly Hills, 1974. 28.0 ins x 21.7 ins; 71.1 cms x 55.2 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

$2,500 — 3,500 $300 — 500

29 JOHN GRAHAM (1886-1961), AMERICAN EXHIBITION POSTER: JOHN GRAHAM 1886-1961 / ANDRE EMMERICH GALLERY, NEW YORK, JUNE 1966, WITH REPRODUCTION OF “VENERE LUCIFERA” Colour offset lithographic poster with letters. Poster Originals Limited, #46. Published by Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York. 27.5 ins x 21.7 ins; 69.9 cms x 55.2 cms

$200 — 400

30 WILLEM DE KOONING (19041997), DUTCH/AMERICAN UNTITLED (FROM SEVENTEEN LITHOGRAPHS FOR FRANK O’HARA), 19681988

31 WILLEM DE KOONING (19041997), DUTCH/AMERICAN UNTITLED (FROM SEVENTEEN LITHOGRAPHS FOR FRANK O’HARA), 19681988

Lithograph on chine-colle on Twinrocker paper

Lithograph on chine-colle on handmade Twinrocker paper

14.0 ins x 11.0 ins; 35.6 cms x 27.9 cms

14.2 ins x 11.0 ins; 36.1 cms x 27.9 cms

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$300 — 500

$300 — 500

32 JOEL MEYEROWITZ (1938-), AMERICAN NEW YORK CHRISTMAS, 1976 Sepia toned chromogenic print on Kodak paper; signed, titled and dated 1976 in ink verso. Matted and unframed. 9.6 ins x 7.7 ins; 24.5 cms x 19.5 cms

$800 — 1,200


33 BRETT WESTON (1911-1993), AMERICAN LAKE AND ERODED ROCK, 1969; LEAF AND RAIN DROPS, 1979

34 ALEX KATZ (1927-), AMERICAN NANCY (FROM JUNE EKMAN’S CLASS PORTFOLIO OF 12), 1972 [MARAVEL, 48]

Two gelatin silver prints, each mounted to matboards

Etching and aquatint on Arches paper; signed and numbered 4/50 in pencil to margin, inscribed “Nancy Brodsky” in pencil verso. Printed by Hitoshi Nakazato, New York. Co-published by Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York and Marlborough Graphics, Inc., New York

9.2 ins x 7.8 ins; 23.4 cms x 19.7 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $2,500 — 3,000

6.0 ins x 8.7 ins; 15.2 cms x 22.2 cms

35 JOHANNA ALEXANDRA “LOTTE” JACOBI (1896-1990), GERMAN/AMERICAN SELF-PORTRAIT, CIRCA 1930

36 NICKOLAS MURAY (1892-1965), HUNGARIAN/AMERICAN NUDE STUDY OF MARTHA LABER, 1925

Gelatin silver print; signed in pencil on the image lower right, titled and dated “Neg. c. 1930 Print c. 1976” with number “JCJ35.443” in pencil to the mat backboard recto.

Silver print; with photographer’s embossed studio blindstamp in New York to lower right. Unframed. 20.0 ins x 8.0 ins; 50.8 cms x 20.3 cms

14.0 ins x 10.9 ins; 35.5 cms x 27.6 cms $400 — 600 $2,000 — 3,000

$600 — 900

37 PHILIPPE HALSMAN (19061979), LATVIAN/AMERICAN MARILYN, CIRCA 1950 Gelatin silver limited edition print published in 1981; stamped title and numbered 117/250 in ink to the credit stamp verso with copyright dated 81 to the black credit stamp verso. Matted and unframed. 11.1 ins x 8.6 ins; 28.3 cms x 21.9 cms

38 ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987), AMERICAN LADIES AND GENTLEMEN (NERA), 1975 [FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN, II.135] Colour silkscreen on heavy textured paper; signed, dated 75, inscribed “@ AWE” and numbered A.P. 3/25 in pencil along the bottom edge verso. Published by Luciano Anselmino, Milan. 44.0 ins x 28.9 ins; 111.8 cms x 73.5 cms

39 AFTER ANDY WARHOL (19281987), AMERICAN THE ROLLING STONES, STICKY FINGERS LP, 1971 Colour offset lithograph; distributed by Atco Records, 1971. The second zipper variation; opening at the top to reveal the brown ink stamped letters: “Andy Warhol / This Photograph may not be .. etc” 12.4 ins x 12.4 ins; 31.5 cms x 31.5 cms

$1,500 — 2,500

40 JASPER JOHNS (1930-), AMERICAN UNTITLED, 1977 [ULAE, S.13] Colour screenprint on Patapar printing parchment. Executed in 1977, from the edition of 3000 for the catalogue cover of “Jasper Johns Screenprints”, published by Brooke Alexander Gallery Inc. (NY). Unframed. 9.5 ins x 9.5 ins; 24.1 cms x 24.1 cms

$2,000 — 3,000 $200 — 400 $4,000 — 6,000


41 LOUISE NEVELSON (18991988), AMERICAN UNTITLED 54-5, 1973 [BARO, 119] Colour aquatint with collage on Fabriano watermarked paper; signed, dated -73 and numbered 23/50 in pencil to margin. Published by Pace Editions, New York. Unframed. 29.8 ins x 19.8 ins; 75.7 cms x 50.2 cms

$800 — 1,200

42 ROY LICHTENSTEIN (19231997), AMERICAN ASPEN WINTER JAZZ, FEB. 26 ‘67 (1967) (POSTER) [LICHTENSTEIN POSTERS, 18], [CORLETT, 44] Colour silkscreen poster; signed and numbered 262/300 in pencil along the bottom. Published by Roy Lichtenstein and Leo Castelli.

43 HECTOR SAUNIER (1936-), ARGENTINIAN OASIS, 1974

44 PETER LIK (1959-), AUSTRALIAN “ECHOES OF SILENCE" (CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK, UTAH), 2005

Colour etching and aquatint on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed, titled, dated 74 and numbered “e.a” in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed.

Colour silver hailde Fuji Archive print; signed and numbered 513/950 in gold pen and ink lower right

19.5 ins x 19.0 ins; 49.5 cms x 48.3 cms

26.6 ins x 79.0 ins; 67.6 cms x 200.7 cms

$300 — 500

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39.5 ins x 29.5 ins; 100.3 cms x 74.9 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

$8,000 — 12,000

$1,000 — 1,500

45 PETER LIK (1959-), AUSTRALIAN HIGHWAY 163 (MONUMENT VALLEY, UTAH) Colour silver hailde Fuji Archive print; signed and numbered 11/950 in gold ink lower right

46 HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985), AUSTRIAN SEVEN CONVOLUTIONS (FOLIO), 1948 [HAHN/WINGLER, 39–45] 22.0 ins x 18.0 ins; 55.9 cms x 45.7 cms

19.0 ins x 58.0 ins; 48.3 cms x 147.3 cms

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$2,000 — 3,000

$500 — 700

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

48 ARTHUR LUIZ PIZA (1928- ), BRAZILIAN ECHELLE, 1966

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

Colour etching and aquatint with embossing; signed and numbered 99/120 in pencil to margin, titled and dated 1966 to L’Oeuvre Gravée publisher’s label verso. Unframed.

11.8 ins x 9.6 ins; 30.0 cms x 24.5 cms

23.4 ins x 11.4 ins; 59.5 cms x 29.0 cms

$200 — 300

$150 — 250


49 SIR FRANCIS LEGATT (17551809), BRITISH AFTER JAMES BARRY (1741-1806), IRISH SHAKESPEARE: KING LEAR; ACT V, SCENE III, 1792 Etching and engraving with letters on wove paper. Published by John and Josiah Boydell, Shakespeare Gallery and Cheapside, London 19.5 ins x 25.0 ins; 49.5 cms x 63.5 cms

50 JAMES DUFFIELD HARDING (1798-1863), BRITISH LA TOUR SANS VENIN Lithograph with tint on chine-colle; signed and titled with letters to margin. Matted and unframed. 9.5 ins x 12.8 ins; 24.1 cms x 32.4 cms

51 FRANCIS FRITH (1822–1898), BRITISH COLLECTION OF 15 IMAGES OF EGYPT, PALESTINE AND NUBIA, CIRCA 1857 Fifteen albumen photographs, flush mounted; each signed in the negative, two signed, dated 1857 and numbered “No. 64” and “No. 68” respectively in the negative. Each unframed, one matted.

52 SYBIL ANDREWS (1898-1992), BRITISH/CANADIAN MANOIR DE FORMEVILLE, LISIEUX, 1922 Drypoint etching; signed and inscribed “del et imp”, titled and numbered No. 37 in pencil to margin 8.7 ins x 11.7 ins; 22.2 cms x 29.8 cms

$300 — 500 9.0 ins x 6.3 ins; 22.9 cms x 15.9 cms

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$600 — 800

$1,000 — 1,500 $100 — 200

53 STANLEY WILLIAM HAYTER (1901-1988), BRITISH JEUX D'EAU, 1953 [BLACK & MOORHEAD, 208] Colour engraving with soft ground etching with aquatint on rag paper; signed, titled, dated 53 and numbered 53/200 in pencil to margin. Printed at Atelier 17, Paris. Published by L'Oeuvre Gravée, Zurich. Unframed. 14.8 ins x 12.2 ins; 37.5 cms x 31.0 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $500 — 800

54 STANLEY WILLIAM HAYTER (1901-1988), BRITISH DIATOM, 1971, [BLACK & MOORHEAD, 351]; CHUTE, 1975 [BLACK & MOORHEAD, 380]

55 AFTER BEN NICHOLSON (1894-1982), BRITISH TWO CIRCLES, 1945

56 MERLYN OLIVER EVANS (19101973), WELSH PENTAPTYCH NO 5, 1961

Two colour etchings with aquatint on BFK Rives watermarked paper

Colour pochoir on wove paper; inscribed “Nicholson” in pencil to margin, inscribed “Ben Nicholson” in pencil verso.

23.3 ins x 19.0 ins; 59.1 cms x 48.3 cms

8.5 ins x 7.8 ins; 21.5 cms x 19.7 cms

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.

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$600 — 900

$1,000 — 1,500

27.6 ins x 21.8 ins; 70.0 cms x 55.4 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $500 — 700


57 ANTHONY BENJAMIN (19312002), BRITSH SEVEN UNTITLED ABSTRACTS 41.5 ins x 29.5 ins; 105.4 cms x 74.9 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $1,000 — 1,500

58 VICTOR PASMORE (1908-1998), BRITISH TRANSFORMATION 5 (FROM ​POINTS OF CONTACT TRANSFORMATIONS PORTFOLIO), 1970-71 [BOWNESS & LAMBERTINI, 21] Silkscreen on heavy wove paper; signed with initials and dated ‘70 in ink and numbered 38/60 in pencil to margin, titled in pencil verso. Matted and unframed.

59 ELISABETH FRINK (1930-1993), BRITISH MAN AND HORSE III (FROM MAN AND HORSE), 1971 [WISEMAN, 52] Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 26/70 in pencil. Published by Leslie Waddington Prints. Printed by Curwen Studio.

60 GRAHAM SUTHERLAND (19031980), BRITISH SWAN-LIKE FORM, 1971 [TASSI, 129] Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 69/70 in pencil, dated 1971 to the gallery label verso 19.6 ins x 18.7 ins; 49.8 cms x 47.5 cms

22.4 ins x 30.3 ins; 56.9 cms x 77.0 cms $400 — 600

16.3 ins x 16.5 ins; 41.5 cms x 42.0 cms

$2,000 — 3,000

$600 — 900

61 JIM BIRD (1937-2010), BRITISH CELTIC MARK, 1987 Monoprint etching ink with colour on Arches France watermarked paper; signed and dated 87 in pencil lower left, signed, titled and dated 87 with reference no. “124879 P” in pencil verso. Unframed. 29.8 ins x 41.3 ins; 75.8 cms x 105.0 cms

$400 — 600

62 GILLIAN CARNEGIE (1971- ), BRITISH UNTITLED (FROM THE PONOKA SERIES), 2004 [PARAGON PRESS CATALOGUE, VOL. III, PGS. 142-151]

63 GEOFFREY W. BIRKS (19291993), BRITISH THE VIADUCT, 1983; THE BREAD QUEUE; INDUSTRIAL TOWN

64 AFTER HERVEY SMYTH (CAPT.) (1734-1811), BRITISH A VIEW OF THE PIERCED ISLAND, A REMARKABLE ROCK IN THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE, TWO LEAGUES SOUTHWARD OF GASPEE BAY

Three halftone colour lithographs Etching on Hahnemuehle paper; signed and numbered 6/37 (there were also 8 Artist’s Proofs) in pencil to margin. Published by Paragon Press, London. 11.8 ins x 8.3 ins; 30.0 cms x 21.0 cms

12.0 ins x 17.5 ins; 30.5 cms x 44.5 cms

Hancdcoloured engraving with letters on laid paper, circa 1760. Unframed.

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8.5 ins x 12.5 ins; 21.6 cms x 31.8 cms

$200 — 300

Note: The image was composed by Captain Smyth during the British Conquest of 1760.

$150 — 250 $400 — 600


65 WILLIAM NOTMAN (1826-1891), CANADIAN CANADIAN ALBUM CONTAINING 34 ALBUMEN PRINTS, CIRCA 1866-1867

66 WILLIAM JAMES TOPLEY (1845-1930), CANADIAN WILFRID LAURIER, 1906

67 YOUSUF KARSH (1908-2002), ARMENIAN/CANADIAN WINSTON CHURCHILL, 1941

Gelatin silver print

Gelatin silver print; signed in black ink to margin, titled “Winston Churchill” and dated 1941 in pencil to the matboard verso. Printed in the 1980’s.

14.6 ins x 13.0 ins; 37.2 cms x 33.0 cms

16.1 ins x 13.0 ins; 41.0 cms x 33.0 cms

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$8,000 — 12,000

$200 — 300

68 WORLD WAR II PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, 1940- 1945, CANADIAN PERSONAL ALBUM OF A PILOT INCLUDING VIEWS OF THE RCAF STATION AT GANDER, NOVA SCOTIA AND THE RCAF STATION AT GIMLI, MANITOBA

20.0 ins x 16.0 ins; 50.8 cms x 40.6 cms

Album containing 343 gelatin silver prints

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5.2 ins x 7.0 ins; 13.3 cms x 17.8 cms

$8,000 — 10,000

Note: Additional information available on our website. $600 — 800

69 RICHARD HARRINGTON (19112005), CANADIAN TWO SURVIVORS OF A PARTY OF FIVE IN TRAGIC WALRUS HUNT ON SEA-ICE NEAR IGLOOLIK, 1952 Gelatin silver print; stamped signature in red “Richard Harrington Canada”, signed, titled and numbered 6/6 and annotated "Print by R. Harrington, 1979 / Negative with Archives of Canada" in pencil verso. Unframed. 19.9 ins x 15.9 ins; 50.5 cms x 40.3 cms

$1,000 — 1,500

70 PITALOOSIE SAILA (1942-), CANADIAN OUT OF THE PAST, 2005

71 ANNIE POOTOOGOOK (1969-), CANADIAN A FRIEND VISITS, 2008

72 PITALOOSIE SAILA (1942-), CANADIAN MY FATHER’S PIPE, 2005

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed, titled, dated 2005, numbered 15/50 and futher inscribed in pencil to margin. Published by the West Baffin Island Co-operative with their blindstamp. Unframed.

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed, titled, dated 2008, numbered 15/50 and futher inscribed in pencil to margin. Published by the West Baffin Island Co-operative with their blindstamp. Unframed.

Colour lithograph on wove paper; signed, titled, dated 2005, numbered 16/50 and futher inscribed in pencil to margin. Published by the West Baffin Island Co-operative with their blindstamp. Unframed.

22.0 ins x 29.5 ins; 55.9 cms x 74.9 cms

15.0 ins x 22.0 ins; 38.1 cms x 55.9 cms

22.0 ins x 30.0 ins; 55.9 cms x 76.2 cms

$400 — 600

$300 — 500

$400 — 600


73 WILLIAM KURELEK (19271977), UKRAINIAN/CANADIAN HUNTER AT BREATHING HOLE (FROM “THE LAST OF THE ARCTIC” SERIES), 1975

74 WILLIAM KURELEK (19271977), CANADIAN STALKING MIGRATING CARIBOU (FROM THE LAST OF THE ARCTIC SERIES), 1975

Colour half-tone lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed with monogram and dated 75 in the plate lower right, signed and numbered 199/300 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Colour half-tone lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed with monogram and dated 75 in the plate lower right, signed and numbered 32/300 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

11.3 ins x 9.8 ins; 28.6 cms x 24.8 cms

11.7 ins x 9.5 ins; 29.8 cms x 24.1 cms

75 JOHN RUSSELL HARPER (19141983), CANADIAN THE WEST COAST SPEAKS, A PICTURE BOOK INSPIRED BY INDIAN ART OF THE PACIFIC COAST, TORONTO, 1952 11.5 ins x 8.7 ins; 29.2 cms x 22.2 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $500 — 700

$300 — 500

$300 — 500

76 BILL REID (1920-1998), CANADIAN; ALEXANDER FRANCIS LYDON (1836-1917), BRITISH; JAMES LAWSON STEWART (1829-1911), BRITISH; DAVID DENBIGH (1911-1981), CANADIAN; AND RUDI KOVACH (1929-), CANADIAN LIMITED EDITION FOLIO: THE SALMON / CANADA'S PLEA FOR A THREATENED SPECIES, 1974: 20.0 ins x 25.0 ins; 50.8 cms x 63.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $300 — 500

77 DAPHNE ODJIG (1919-), CANADIAN THE SQUAW MAN Colour silkscreen on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed, titled, dated /75 and numbered 42/60 in pencil to margin 44.0 ins x 31.5 ins; 111.8 cms x 80.0 cms

78 EDWIN HEADLEY HOLGATE (1892-1977), CANADIAN MERRY CHRISTMAS, CIRCA 1931 Woodcut on japon paper with fold; with letters printed in the plate in red ink: “Merry Christmas” and inscribed inside “With best wishes for 1931” from the artist and his wife in red pencil crayon. Matted and unframed. 4.7 ins x 9.1 ins; 12.0 cms x 23.2 cms

79 GEORGE DOUGLAS PEPPER (1903-1962), CANADIAN DEER IN FOREST (FROM COUTTS PAINTERS OF CANADA SERIES), 1931

80 ALFRED JOSEPH CASSON (1898-1992), CANADIAN YELLOW FARMHOUSE (FROM COUTTS PAINTERS OF CANADA SERIES), 1931

Colour block print heightened with watercolour on pale blue wove paper; signed with initials in the plate upper right, with printed letters: “To Wish you Joy”/ headed “Mr.Mrs. George Douglas Pepper”. Matted and unframed.

Colour woodcut heightened with watercolour on wove paper; signed in the plate with letters “Merry Christmas” to margin, drymounted to the ruled Publisher’s matboard. Matted and unframed.

$400 — 600

3.5 ins x 4.3 ins; 8.9 cms x 10.8 cms 5.0 ins x 7.0 ins; 12.7 cms x 17.8 cms $700 — 900 $600 — 800 $300 — 500


81 ALEXANDER YOUNG JACKSON (1882-1974) , CANADIAN THE D’PENCIER HOME, OWEN SOUND (FROM COUTTS PAINTERS OF CANADA SERIES), 1931 Colour silkscreen on wove paper on a four fold sheet with left fold as issued 5.0 ins x 8.0 ins; 12.7 cms x 20.3 cms

82 FRITZ BRANDTNER (18961969), CANADIAN COLLECTION OF SEVEN ILLUSTRATED CHRISTMAS CARDS (ABSTRACT LEAF DESIGN; STAR AND ABSTRACT CATHEDRAL DESIGN; DEVIL AND BURNING CITY; RUNNING HORSE; JUMPING HORSES; ABSTRACT LEAF DESIGN; FIGURES POINTING TO A STAR)

83 JOHN VARLEY (FL. CIRCA 1930’S - 1940’S), CANADIAN WEST COAST OF VANCOUVER ISLAND (LANDSCAPE AND SHORE WITH WINDBLOWN JACK PINES AND IMPENDING STORM) Gelatin silver print; signed “J. Varley” in pen and ink to the mat lower right 7.2 ins x 9.5 ins; 18.4 cms x 24.1 cms

84 JACK NICHOLS (1921-), CANADIAN COWBOY, 1948 Lithograph on Warren's Olde Style watermarked paper; signed and numbered AP in pencil to margin, titled and dated 1948 to gallery label verso 22.0 ins x 16.0 ins; 55.9 cms x 40.6 cms

Seven colour block prints $200 — 300

Note: Additional information available on our website. $600 — 800

8.4 ins x 5.6 ins; 21.4 cms x 14.2 cms

$100 — 150

Note: Additional information available on our website. $2,000 — 4,000

85 JACK NICHOLS (1921-2009), CANADIAN ESTRUCAN KING, 1962 Lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 13/40 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

86 ALBERT DUMOUCHEL (19161971), CANADIAN QUE LA TERRE POUSSE SON JET (LET THE EARTH BRING FORTH), 1952

22.2 ins x 17.8 ins; 56.5 cms x 45.2 cms

Etching and aquatint with wash en grisaille on wove paper; signed, titled and dated ‘52 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

$150 — 250

7.0 ins x 10.0 ins; 17.8 cms x 25.4 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $300 — 500

87 GUIDO MOLINARI (1933-2004), CANADIAN BI-OCRE, 1965 Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated ‘65 and numbered 21/70 in pencil to margin 45.9 ins x 26.6 ins; 116.5 cms x 67.5 cms Note: From 1963 to 1969 Molinari created a series of hard-edge colour-banded paintings, similar to this silkscreen, including Rhythmic Mutation BiYellow and Mutations Athematique Vert-Ocre dated 1965, the same year this work was executed. $2,000 — 3,000

88 JEAN-PAUL RIOPELLE (19232002), CANADIAN POISSON SUR FOND BLEU, 1968 ​[YSEULT RIOPELLE, 168.12 EST.GR] Colour etching with aquatint on Mandeure rag paper; signed and numbered 73/75 in pencil to margin. Printed by Arte Adrien Maeght, Maeght Editeur, Paris. 15.6 ins x 11.6 ins; 39.5 cms x 29.5 cms

$1,500 — 2,000


89 JEAN-PAUL RIOPELLE (19232002), CANADIAN QUIEN-TOI BIEN (SERIE DOMMAGE), 1989 [YSEULT RIOPELLE, 1989.11EST.GR] Colour etching on Arches watermarked paper; signed and numbered 19/75 in pencil to margin. Atelier du Scarabee, Val-David, Quebec, Galerie Lelong Editeur, Paris. 17.4 ins x 23.5 ins; 44.2 cms x 59.7 cms

90 JEAN-PAUL RIOPELLE (19232002), CANADIAN LES SAISONS DE SAINT-CYR EN ARTHIES, 1985 (FOLIO OF SIX) [YSEULT RIOPELLE, 1985.03AEST.LL.ALB1985.03FEST.LL.ALB]

91 SOREL ETROG (1933-2014), CANADIAN UNTITLED (LINKS/KEY HEAD)

92 THEO HARLANDER (1920-), CANADIAN THE FLIGHT TO EGYPT

Lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 24/50 in pencil to margin

Colour block print; signed with monogram “TH” in the plate lower right

Six colour lithographs on Arches paper

25.9 ins x 19.8 ins; 65.7 cms x 50.2 cms

8.7 ins x 3.7 ins; 22.2 cms x 9.5 cms

20.5 ins x 27.8 ins; 52.0 cms x 70.5 cms $200 — 400 Note: Additional information available on our website.

$1,000 — 1,500 $5,000 — 7,000

Note: German immigrants Theo Harlander and his wife Susan Harlander established the Brooklin Pottery studio in 1952 in Brooklin, Ontario. The pair introduced a continental approach to the field of Canadian studio production. $100 — 200

93 RONALD YORK WILSON (19071984), CANADIAN BLUE Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, numbered 24/50 and inscribed in pencil with framing notes in pencil to margin. Unframed.

94 THE COACH HOUSE PRESS POST CARD PRINTING COMPANY, TORONTO: IMAGE BANK POST CARD SHOW, 1971 SELECTION OF 129 VARIOUS ARTISTS’ POST CARDS FEATURING: MAXWELL BATES, JOE FAFARD, GENERAL IDEA, ANDY WARHOL, ET AL.

12.8 ins x 19.5 ins; 32.4 cms x 49.5 cms Average Post Card size/Sheet of Stamps

95 MICHAEL HAYDEN (1943-), CANADIAN SPLIT SYNTAX, 1975

96 BETTY ROODISH GOODWIN (1923-2006), CANADIAN VEST FOR BUEYS, 1972

Colour silkscreen; signed, titled, dated 14.10.75 and numbered 50/50 in blue ink to margin, with HaydenArn Productions Limited blindstamp to margin. Unframed.

Etching; signed, titled, dated “3 1972” and numbered 14-15 in pencil to margin, stamped “APPROVED” mounted with a silvered seal lettered “Neuville” to the lower right margin.

4.5 ins x 6.6 ins; 11.5 cms x 16.8 cms

21.5 ins x 27.5 ins; 54.6 cms x 69.9 cms

$100 — 200

$5,000 — 7,000

$200 — 400 3.5 ins x 5.2 ins; 8.9 cms x 13.3 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $100 — 200


97 RUTH TULVING (1920-2012), ESTONIAN/CANADIAN UNTITLED (NUDE TORSO COVERED IN KISSES), 1975 Colour silkscreen on Bourges Colotone plastic “True Red” sheet hinged at the left edge to a board support; signed, dated 75 and numbered “artist’s proof” in pencil to margin. 25.0 ins x 18.5 ins; 63.5 cms x 47.0 cms

$100 — 200

98 BARRIE WENTZELL (1942-), ENGLISH/CANADIAN EIGHT VIEWS OF SUMMER FLOWERS AND SEEDS: POPPY, NO. 3; ECHINACEA, NO. 8; ECHINACEA, NO. 9; LILY, NO. 10;​LOTUS PODS, NO. 11; POPPY SEEDS, NO. 12; FUSHIA, NO. 13; NEW LEAF, NO. 14 Eight gelatin silver prints 14.3 ins x 12.0 ins; 36.2 cms x 30.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $400 — 600

99 BARRIE WENTZELL (1942-), ENGLISH/CANADIAN BOB DYLAN, 1965; COUNT BASIE, 1965; JAMES TAYLOR & CAROLE KING, 1971; RITA COOLIDGE & KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, 1972 Four gelatin silver prints; each signed, titled, and numbered ​P/P S.R. in pencil to margin with photographer’s embossed blindstamp to bottom margin.

100 DAVID ALEXANDER COLVILLE (1920-2013), CANADIAN RAVEN, 1990 Colour silkscreen with letters; signed, dated 1990 and numbered 42/70 in pencil to margin 30.2 ins x 19.8 ins; 76.8 cms x 50.2 cms

$3,000 — 4,000 12.1 ins x 15.6 ins; 30.8 cms x 39.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $500 — 700

101 JOHN MASSEY (1950- ), CANADIAN THE BRIDGE AT REMAGEN, 1985 Silkscreen in black and colour photoserigraph on wove paper; signed, dated ‘85 and numbered A.P 6/10 in pencil to margin 31.5 ins x 28.5 ins; 80.0 cms x 72.4 cms

102 HEIDI LEVERTY; JANET CENTURY; AND NEY TAIT FRASER (20TH CENTURY), CANADIAN FOUR PHOTOGRAPHS: THE FIRST TWO BY HEIDI LEVERTY: DUNES 03; FLIMSEY; THE THIRD BY JANET CENTURY: TEMPLE OF EGGS, 1978; THE FOURTH; BY NEY TAIT FRASER: NUDE CROUCHED BY A ROCK, 1978

103 BRYCE KANBARA (1947-), CANADIAN DEATH, 1975

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

Colour monoprint with intaglio; signed, titled, and dated 21/11/1975 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

Lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed and numbered 14/250 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

19.5 ins x 16.0 ins; 49.5 cms x 40.6 cms

21.5 ins x 29.5 ins; 54.6 cms x 74.9 cms

$400 — 600

Four silver gelatin prints

Note: Additional information available on our website.

5.0 ins x 4.8 ins; 12.7 cms x 12.1 cms

$100 — 200

$2,000 — 3,000

Note: Additional information available on our website. $300 — 500


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

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

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

108 WILLIAM SMITH RONALD (1926-1998), CANADIAN SUMMER HOLIDAYS, 1981

Colour photographic silkscreen on Arches watermarked paper; signed, titled, dated ‘77 and numbered 6/35 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

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.

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.

Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated ‘81 and numbered 36/75 in pencil to margin

35.0 ins x 22.5 ins; 88.9 cms x 57.2 cms

$300 — 500

31.5 ins x 20.7 ins; 80.0 cms x 52.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

29.5 ins x 26.0 ins; 74.9 cms x 66.0 cms

30.0 ins x 34.0 ins; 76.2 cms x 86.4 cms

Note: Additional information available on our website.

Note: See previous lot (106)

$200 — 300

$250 — 350

109 WILLIAM SMITH RONALD (1926-1998), CANADIAN GARAFRAXA TAR STRIP, 1981

110 JOHN CARL HEYWOOD (1941-), CANADIAN FRENCH COFFEE, 1984

111 SHEILA MAKI (1932-), CANADIAN THE DISTANCE BEYOND, 1985

Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated ‘81 and numbered 36/75 in pencil to margin

Etching on wove paper; signed, titled, dated ‘84 and numbered 10/40 in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed.

Colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed, titled, dated 1985 and numbered 10/30 in pencil. Unframed.

Lithograph; signed, titled, dated 1990 and numbered 26/100 in pencil to margin

5.7 ins x 5.2 ins; 14.6 cms x 13.3 cms

22.0 ins x 30.0 ins; 55.9 cms x 76.2 cms

16.7 ins x 22.8 ins; 42.5 cms x 57.8 cms

$100 — 200

$200 — 300

$300 — 500

34.0 ins x 30.0 ins; 86.4 cms x 76.2 cms Note: This print is named after a street in Fergus, Ontario where the artist once lived. $300 — 500

112 ANDRE EYSACKERS (1928CIRCA 2000), DUTCH/CANADIAN BLACK SAND, MONUMENT

Note: During a visit to Toronto in May 1990, Andre Eysackers produced his first lithograph “Black Sand” in an edition of 100 plus 10 Artist’s Proofs $300 — 500


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

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

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.

Five gelatin silver prints; each signed, titled, dated 1992, and numbered 1/10 in pencil verso and to the matboards recto 12.5 ins x 16.5 ins; 31.8 cms x 41.9 cms

115 PHOTOGRAPHY, INUIT AND CANADIAN ART BOOK COLLECTION COLLECTION OF 65 HARDCOVER AND SOFT COVER BOOKS INCLUDING FIRST EDITIONS AND AUTOGRAPHED COPIES: Note: Additional information available on our website.

116 LINDSAY LOZON (20TH CENTURY), CANADIAN NUDE ON ICE Gelatin silver print on heavy wove paper; signed in ink on the image lower left, signed with initial “L” in ink to margin 9.0 ins x 12.0 ins; 22.9 cms x 30.5 cms

$500 — 700

4.3 ins x 5.7 ins; 10.8 cms x 14.6 cms

Note: This sale includes a selection of books from Foster’s personal library, lot 115

Note: Additional information available on our website.

$500 — 700

$500 — 700

$300 — 500

117 118 MICHAEL MAHOVLICH (20TH/21ST DANIEL RICHARDS (1947- ), CENTURY), CANADIAN CANADIAN NO. 9 (FROM QUEEN STREET MY SON’S GLOVE, 1992; MURALS), 2006 MEMORIES, 1992

119 DANIEL RICHARDS (1947- ), CANADIAN OFF SIDE, 1992; SHUT OUT., 1992

120 DANIEL RICHARDS (1947- ), CANADIAN CHERRY BOWL, 1991; GRAPE BOWL, 1992

Colour Giclée print on canvas; signed, dated 2006 and numbered in an edition of 13, this being numbered indistinctly 9 of 13 in black ink lower right

Two mixed-media colour prints; each signed, titled, numbered “H.C” and dated 92 in pencil to margin. Each unframed.

Two mixed-media prints with mezzotint; the first, on heavy wove paper with artist’s embossed blindstamp lower right.

9.5 ins x 14.0 ins; 24.1 cms x 35.6 cms

4.5 ins x 12.0 ins; 11.4 cms x 30.5 cms

Note: Additional information available on our website.

Note: Additional information available on our website.

$150 — 250

$150 — 250

25.4 ins x 110.4 ins; 64.4 cms x 280.4 cms Note: Additional information is available on our website.

Two mixed-media colour prints; the first, signed, titled, dated 92 and numbered “2/9 C/P” in pencil to margin; the second, signed, titled, dated 92 and numbered 29/90 in pencil to margin. Each unframed. 16.0 ins x 20.9 ins; 40.6 cms x 53.0 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

$1,200 — 1,800 $150 — 250


121 DANIEL RICHARDS (1947- ), CANADIAN FOUR VIGNETTES OF THE PINE TREE: THREE LOST PINE, 1992; LAST PINE, 1992; LONELY PINE, 1991; WINDY PINES, 1991

122 SERGIO GONZALEZ TORNERO (1927-), CHILEAN WOLF (CHILEAN WOLF), 1973

Four colour mezzotints

Colour etching and aquatint with embossing on Arches paper; signed, titled, dated ‘73 and numbered 91/150 in pencil to margin. Published by Lublin Graphics, NYC. Unframed.

9.3 ins x 12.2 ins; 23.5 cms x 31.1 cms

17.7 ins x 23.8 ins; 45.0 cms x 60.5 cms

Note: Additional information available on our website.

$400 — 600

123 SERGIO GONZALEZ TORNERO (1927-), CHILEAN PORTRAIT OF A MONSTER, 1966

124 SERGIO GONZALEZ TORNERO (1927-), CHILEAN ICARUS, 1968

Colour etching and aquatint with embossing on Arches paper; signed, titled, dated 1966 and numbered 29/100 in pencil to margin. Published by Lublin Graphics, NYC. Unframed.

Colour etching and aquatint with embossing on heavy wove paper; signed, titled, dated 1968 and numbered 48/125 in pencil to margin. Published by Lublin Graphics, NYC. Unframed.

15.7 ins x 19.7 ins; 39.8 cms x 50.0 cms

17.3 ins x 22.0 ins; 44.0 cms x 56.0 cms

$300 — 500

$300 — 500

127 AI WEIWEI (1957-); JACQUES HERZOG (1950-) AND PIERRE DE MEURON (1950-), CHINESE/SWISS SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION, 2012

128 AUGUSTIN FERNANDEZ (19282006), CUBAN UNTITLED, 1972

$300 — 500

125 SERGIO GONZALEZ TORNERO (1927-), CHILEAN A TRANSCENDENTAL EXPERIENCE, 1970 Colour etching and aquatint with embossing; signed, titled, dated 1970 and numbered 25/125 in pencil to margin. Published by Lublin Graphics, NYC. Unframed. 13.8 ins x 16.7 ins; 35.0 cms x 42.5 cms

126 ROBERTO MATTA (1911-2002), CHILEAN L’ANGLE MERE, 1972 Colour etching and aquatint; signed and numbered “essai” in pencil to margin, titled and dated 1972 in pencil verso 9.5 ins x 7.1 ins; 24.1 cms x 18.1 cms

$300 — 500

Silkscreen on Somerset wove paper; signed and numbered 131/200 in pencil to margin. Published by the Serpentine Gallery, London 33.0 ins x 33.0 ins; 83.8 cms x 83.8 cms

$200 — 400 $1,500 — 2,500

Colour lithograph with collage on Galeria Colibri blindstamped paper; signed, dated 72 and numbered “II” in pencil 31.7 ins x 23.7 ins; 80.6 cms x 60.3 cms

$300 — 500


129 ALPHONSE MUCHA (18601939), CZECH JANVIER; FEVRIER; MARS; AVRIL (FROM LE MOIS, FOUR PLATES, NOS. 49 -52, 1903)

130 AFTER LUCAS VAN LEYDEN (1494-1533), DUTCH TWO FIGURES WITH A HELMET (SAINT ACHATIUS?), 1527

131 ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE (1610-1685), DUTCH THE ANGLERS, CIRCA 1653 [HOLLSTEIN, 26: V/VI]

132 ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE (1610-1685), DUTCH THE BARN, 1647 [HOLLSTEIN, 23]

Four lithographs; each signed and dated 98 in the plate to lower right margin, each numbered and dated “Annee 1903” in the plate upper left and right. Contained in two matching frames.

Etching on laid paper; signed with initial “L” and dated 1527 in the plate. Unframed.

Etching on laid paper; signed with initials lower right. Fifth state (of six). Matted and unframed.

Etching on laid “C.D.C” watermarked paper; signed and dated 1647 in the plate lower left, inscribed “4th State/ V. good impression” in pencil in an unknown hand with two unidentified black ink collector? stamps of an oval cartouche with “CL”? script initials verso. Matted and unframed.

4.7 ins x 3.0 ins; 11.9 cms x 7.5 cms

4.4 ins x 6.4 ins; 11.3 cms x 16.2 cms

9.8 ins x 6.3 ins; 24.8 cms x 15.9 cms

$300 — 500

$1,000 — 1,500 6.3 ins x 7.7 ins; 15.9 cms x 19.5 cms

$150 — 250 $1,000 — 1,500

133 ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE (1610-1685), DUTCH THE ORGAN-GRINDER, 1647 [HOLLSTEIN, 8]

134 ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE (1610-1685), DUTCH THE PATER FAMILIAS, CIRCA 1648 [HOLLSTEIN, 33]

Etching on laid paper; signed and dated 1647 in the plate mid-right, with a unidentified [Lugt, 2805] collector’s (Dr. William Odling?) blue ink stamp verso. Matted and unframed.

Etching on thin laid paper; signed and dated 1648 in the plate bottom centre. Matted and unframed. 12.7 ins x 9.4 ins; 32.3 cms x 23.9 cms

4.3 ins x 3.7 ins; 11.0 cms x 9.4 cms

135 ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE (1610-1685), DUTCH THE SMOKER AT THE WINDOW, CIRCA 1667 [HOLLSTEIN, 10: IV/IV]

136 ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE (1610-1685), DUTCH THE BAKER SOUNDING HIS HORN, CIRCA 1664 [BARTSCH, 7; HOLLSTEIN, 7]

Etching on wove paper; signed in the plate on the window sill bottom centre. The fifth and final state (of five). Titled and inscribed in pencil in French in an unknown hand, with blue ink stamp of Victor Sieger (Lugt, 2377) verso. Matted and unframed.

Etching on laid paper; signed in the plate on the window frame upper centre. Printed later. Matted and unframed.

7.7 ins x 6.0 ins; 19.5 cms x 15.3 cms

$700 — 1,000

4.1 ins x 3.5 ins; 10.5 cms x 8.9 cms

$500 — 700 $500 — 700

$400 — 600


137 JAN GILLISZ VAN VLIET (CIRCA 1600/1610-1668?), DUTCH FAMILY NEAR A SPIRAL STAIRCASE, 1934 [BARTSCH, 56 II] Etching 6.1 ins x 5.5 ins; 15.6 cms x 14.0 cms

138 CORNELIS PIETERSZ BEGA (C. 1631-1664), DUTCH A MAN CARESSING THE YOUNG HOSTESS, CIRCA 1650 [HOLLSTEIN, 34: II/II]

139 REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (16061669), DUTCH ANGEL DEPARTING FROM THE FAMILY OF TOBIAS, 1641 [WHITE & BOON, 43: III/IV]

140 AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606-1669), DUTCH CHRIST BEFORE PILATE: LARGE PLATE, CIRCA 1630 [WHITE & BOON, 77: IV/V]

Etching on wove paper; the verso with truncated etchings of flora numbered 4, 5 and 6 with letters “iflorus” (partial). Printed later. Matted and unframed.

Etching and drypoint on laid paper; signed and dated 1641 in the plate bottom centre, with black ink stamped initials “EU” of collector Edward Vernon Utterson (Lugt, 909) lower left recto. The third state (of four). Matted and unframed.

Etching, engraving and drypoint on paper laid down to another paper with laid lines and indistinct lettered watermark. White and Boon’s fourth state (of five). Matted and unframed.

Note: Additional information available on our website.

8.0 ins x 6.7 ins; 20.3 cms x 17.1 cms

$200 — 400

$300 — 500

20.5 ins x 16.5 ins; 52.0 cms x 42.0 cms

4.1 ins x 6.1 ins; 10.3 cms x 15.4 cms $3,000 — 5,000 $5,000 — 7,000

141 REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (16061669), DUTCH CHRIST AND THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA AMONG RUINS, 1634 [WHITE & BOON, 71: II/II] Etching and drypoint on wove paper; signed and dated faintly in the plate upper right. The second and final state (of two). Matted and unframed. 4.8 ins x 4.4 ins; 12.3 cms x 11.1 cms

142 REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (16061669), DUTCH CHRIST CRUCIFIED BETWEEN THE TWO THIEVES: AN OVAL PLATE, CIRCA 1641 [WHITE & BOON, 79: II/II]

143 REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (16061669), DUTCH CHRIST BEFORE PILATE: LARGE PLATE, IV/V, CIRCA 1630 [WHITE & BOON, 77: IV/IV]

Etching and drypoint on wove paper; the second and final state (of two). Matted and unframed.

Etching, engraving and drypoint on thin paper laid down to a later wove paper support; signed and dated 1630 in the plate to margin. Matted and unframed.

5.4 ins x 4.0 ins; 13.7 cms x 10.2 cms

144 AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606-1669), DUTCH LIEVEN WILLIAMSZ. VAN COPPENOL, WRITING MASTER: THE LARGER PLATE [NOWELL-USTICKE, 283: X/XI OR XI/XI] Etching on laid paper; inscribed indistinctly in pencil verso 13.0 ins x 11.3 ins; 33.1 cms x 28.8 cms

22.3 ins x 18.4 ins; 56.7 cms x 46.7 cms

$800 — 1,200 $700 — 900

$500 — 700 $3,000 — 5,000


145 IGNACE JOSEPH DE CLAUSSIN (1766-1844) AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (16061669), DUTCH AFTER REMBRANDT’S SELFPORTRAIT WITH PLUMED CAP AND LOWERED SABRE, 1634 [WHITE & BOON, 23:III/III ] Etching 5.1 ins x 4.1 ins; 12.9 cms x 10.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

146 MAURITS CORNELIS (M.C.) ESCHER (1898-1972), DUTCH PLATWORMEN (FLATWORMS), 1959 [BOOL, 431] Lithograph on Hollande wove paper; signed with artist’s initials “MCE” and dated I-’59 in the plate lower left, signed and numbered No 19/53 II in pencil to margin 13.3 ins x 16.2 ins; 33.7 cms x 41.2 cms

147 KAREL APPEL (1921-2006), DUTCH JULES ET KATANGA, 1968 Colour lithograph on Chiffon de Mandeure watermarked paper; signed and numbered 92/120 in pencil to margin. Published by L'Oeuvre Gravee, Paris with their blindstamp to lower left margin.

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

24.8 ins x 17.8 ins; 63.0 cms x 45.3 cms

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. Matted and unframed.

$400 — 600

26.0 ins x 37.8 ins; 66.0 cms x 95.9 cms

$7,000 — 10,000

$800 — 1,200

$600 — 800

149 KAREL APPEL (1921-2006), DUTCH LYING IN COLORS, 1979

150 BRAM VAN VELDE (1895-1981), DUTCH TETE, 1966 [RIVIERE, 49]

151 BRAM VAN VELDE (1895-1981) , DUTCH UNTITLED, 1973 [RIVIERE, 110]

152 CORNEILLE (1922-2010), DUTCH HERBES Z.T. (VOGEL), 1973

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 99/175 in pencil to margin, titled and dated to the accompanying Certificate of Authenticity. Printed by John Kleinman, New York. Published by London Arts (Detroit) / Copyright 1979, with their yellow ink stamp verso. Unframed.

Colour lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed and numbered 187/300 in pencil to margin, signed, titled and numbered 187/300 in pencil verso, titled and dated 1966 to the accompanying gallery label. Matted and unframed.

Colour lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed and numbered 114/120 in pencil to margin

Colour lithograph on heavy wove paper; signed, numbered 28/100 and dated ‘73 in pencil to the top edge. Matted and unframed.

25.5 ins x 18.7 ins; 64.8 cms x 47.6 cms

$200 — 300

21.3 ins x 29.5 ins; 54.2 cms x 75.0 cms

$300 — 500 $500 — 700

16.5 ins x 11.8 ins; 42.0 cms x 30.0 cms

26.0 ins x 20.0 ins; 66.0 cms x 50.8 cms

$500 — 700


153 CORNEILLE (1922-2010), DUTCH SOUS LE CIEL ROSE, LA FEMME, 1975

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

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

Colour lithograph; signed, titled, dated ’75 and numbered 93/125 in pencil on the image upper left

Colour silkscreen; signed, dated ’62 and numbered Epreuve d’artiste in pencil to margin. Ed. Lefebre Gallery, New York.

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 39/120 in pencil to margin

25.9 ins x 20.0 ins; 65.8 cms x 50.8 cms

29.0 ins x 20.7 ins; 73.7 cms x 52.7 cms

7.4 ins x 14.4 ins; 18.7 cms x 36.5 cms $700 — 1,000

$300 — 500

156 EUGENE DELACROIX (17981863), FRENCH MARGUERITE AU ROUET (FROM FAUST), 1828 [DELETEIL, 67: IV/VII] Lithograph on wove paper; signed with letters in the margin, with further lettered inscription. The fourth state (of seven). François de Villain, lithographer. Matted and unframed. 8.9 ins x 7.2 ins; 22.6 cms x 18.2 cms

$300 — 400 $500 — 1,000

157 EUGENE DELACROIX (17981863), FRENCH MARGUERITE A L'EGLISE (FROM FAUST), 1828 [DELETEIL, 70: III/V]

158 EUGENE ISABEY (1803-1886), FRENCH BORD DE CANAL, BASSE, BRETAGNE [DELETEIL, 1: II/III]

Lithograph on wove paper; signed with letters in the margin, with further lettered inscription. The third state (of five). Published by C. Motte, Paris. Matted and unframed.

Lithograph on chine-colle; signed in the plate lower left. Published by Victor Mourlot, Paris with publisher’s blindstamp to margin. Printed by McLean, London. Matted and unframed.

11.7 ins x 8.7 ins; 29.8 cms x 22.2 cms

7.4 ins x 12.4 ins; 18.8 cms x 31.5 cms

$500 — 1,000 $200 — 400

159 LOUIS LEOPOLD BOILLY (17961874), FRENCH LES AMATEURS DE TABLEAUX; LES ANTIQUAIRES (FROM RECUEIL DES GRIMACES), CIRCA 1823-1828 Two handcoloured lithographs from the album of 44; each signed and titled in the plate 11.0 ins x 8.5 ins; 27.9 cms x 21.6 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $300 — 500

160 PAUL HUET (1803-1869), FRENCH LES ORMEAUX; LE RUISSEAU, 1830 [DELETEIL 46:II/II; 47:II/IV] Two lithographs on chine-colle; each with letters and 1830 publishing date to margins, with “C. Motte a Paris and London” publisher’s blindstamp in the lower left margin. Each matted and unframed. 5.9 ins x 4.8 ins; 14.9 cms x 12.2 cms

$150 — 250


161 JULES DUPRE (1811-1889), FRENCH FOUR PLATES (FROM L’ARTISTE): VUE PRISE A ALENCON; BORDS DE LA SOMME, PICARDIE; VUE PRISE LE PORT DE PLYMOUTH; VUE PRISE A ALENCON [DELETEIL 7:I/II, 6:I/II, 4:I/II, & 7:I/II] Four lithographs on wove paper 5.4 ins x 7.5 ins; 13.8 cms x 19.0 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

162 AUGUSTE RAFFET (1804-1869), FRENCH LE REVEIL, 1842; ORDRE DU JOUR.; MON EMPEREUR, C’EST LA PLUS CUITE. [GIACOMELLI, 85; 398; 359] Three lithographs

163 ODILON REDON (1840-1916), FRENCH CAIN AND ABEL, 1886 [MELLERIO, 18] Etching with drypoint on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed in the plate lower right

7.6 ins x 9.3 ins; 19.2 cms x 23.6 cms

7.2 ins x 4.8 ins; 18.4 cms x 12.1 cms

Note: Additional information available on our website.

$200 — 400

$300 — 400

164 FELIX HILAIRE BUHOT (18471898), FRENCH L'HIVER DE 1879 A PARIS, 1879 [BOURCARD/GOODFRIEND, 128] Etching with aquatint and drypoint on laid Arches watermarked paper; signed with artist’s monogram, titled and dated 1879 at Paris in the plate, titled in pencil to margin 9.3 ins x 13.3 ins; 23.5 cms x 33.7 cms

$300 — 500

$300 — 400

165 AFTER JULES PASCIN (18851930), FRENCH LA FILLE QUI S'ASSIED SUR UNE CHAISE Colour heliogravure; signed and numbered indistinctly 83/100 (or 85/89) in pencil to margin 21.7 ins x 16.1 ins; 55.2 cms x 41.0 cms

$200 — 300

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

167 HENRI DE TOULOUSELAUTREC (1864-1901), FRENCH POSTER: GALERIE “65” CANNES, GRAVURES RARES DU GRAND MAITRES, 1964

Colour lithographic poster; linen backed. Printed by Chaix, Paris. Matted and unframed.

Colour lithographic poster

20.0 ins x 15.5 ins; 50.8 cms x 39.4 cms

29.9 ins x 20.1 ins; 76.0 cms x 51.0 cms

$400 — 600

Note: Additional information available on our website.

168 LOUIS ICART (1888-1950), FRENCH SILK ROBE, 1926 HOLLAND, CANTANIA & ISEN, 276] Handcoloured etching and aquatint on wove paper; signed and numbered “2” in pencil to margin with the blindstamp of the artist lower left margin. Published by Les Graveurs Modernes, Paris 15.8 ins x 19.0 ins; 40.1 cms x 48.3 cms

$300 — 500 $500 — 700


169 LOUIS ICART (1888-1950), FRENCH FAUST, 1928 [HOLLAND, CANTANIA & ISEN, 352] Etching and aquatint with handcolouring on wove paper; dated 1928 in the plate at the top of the arch, signed lower right and numbered 245 in pencil with the artist’s blindstamp lower left, titled in pencil to the bottom margin edge. Published by Imprimeries Modernes, Paris, Les Graveurs Modernes, Paris Editeur, in 1928.

170 PAUL-EMILE BECAT (18851960), FRENCH ONE PLATE FROM SIDONIEGABRIELLE COLETTE’S L'INGÉNUE LIBERTINE Drypoint etching with remarque on Arches watermarked paper; Georges Guillot, éditeur, Paris, 1947 11.0 ins x 8.7 ins; 27.9 cms x 22.2 cms

171 FERNAND LEGER (1881-1955), FRENCH CHEVREUSE AOUT, 1951 [SAPHIRE, E8]

172 HENRI MATISSE (1869-1954), FRENCH AFTER THE SERIES: DIX DANSEUSES:

Colour silkscreen on Arches paper; signed with initials, titled and dated 31 in the plate lower right, signed in blue pen and ink and numbered 121/200 in pencil to margin. Published by Jean Bruller. Unframed.

19.8 ins x 13.7 ins; 50.2 cms x 34.9 cms

22.0 ins x 15.0 ins; 55.9 cms x 38.1 cms

$100 — 150

Note: Additional information available on our website.

$100 — 150

21.3 ins x 13.8 ins; 54.0 cms x 35.0 cms

$700 — 1,000

$500 — 700

173 GEORGES ROUAULT (18711958), FRENCH (FOUR PLATES FROM LE MISERERE, 1922-1927)

174 GEORGES ROUAULT (18711958), FRENCH CHEMINEAU (THE TRAMP) (FROM PASSION), 1935 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 259; WOLFSY, 339]

175 GEORGES ROUAULT (18711958), FRENCH NOCES (FROM RÉINCARNATION DU PÈRE UBU), 1928 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 18]

Colour aquatint and etching on heavy laid paper; signed with monogram and dated 1935 in the plate lower left. From the total edition of 270. Printed by Roger Lacourière, Paris. Published by Ambroise Vollard, Paris

Etching with aquatint on japon nacre

176 GEORGES ROUAULT (18711958), FRENCH SATAN IV (FROM LES FLEURS DU MAL), 1926 [CHAPON & ROUAULT, 215]

Four etchings 20.2 ins x 14.3 ins; 51.4 cms x 36.3 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $1,000 — 1,500

12.0 ins x 8.0 ins; 30.5 cms x 20.3 cms

12.0 ins x 8.5 ins; 30.5 cms x 21.6 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

Copperplate engraving on wove paper; signed and dated 26 (with inverted 6) in the plate centre left, from the total edition of 450. Printed by Jacquemin, Paris. Published by Ambroise Vollard, Paris. Matted and unframed. 12.2 ins x 9.4 ins; 31.0 cms x 24.0 cms

$600 — 900 $1,200 — 1,800

$300 — 500


177 SEVEN VARIOUS LIMITED EDITION AND CATALOGUE RAISONNE ART BOOKS SEVEN TITLES (ONE WITH TWO VOLUMES INCLUDING: ​57 DESSINS DE THEODORE GERICAULT, 1928 (CATALOGUE RAISONNE DE MARTINE (49 PLATES ONLY); ​MAX ERNST (1891-1976) GERMAN: LES CHIENS ON SOIF (11 PLATES ONLY), EDITION 127/250; ​DANTE DRAWINGS FOR DANTE’S INFERNO, EDITION OF 2000.

178 JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963) , FRENCH JEAN-MARIE MAGNAN, TAUREAUX, MICHELE TRINCKUEL, PARIS, 1965 16.3 ins x 12.2 ins; 41.3 cms x 31.1 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

179 JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963), FRENCH FIGURE IN PROFILE

180 JEAN DUFY (1888-1964), FRENCH MONTMARTRE, CIRCA 1950

Colour lithograph; signed and dated 1954 in the plate lower left, signed in pencil lower right

Colour lithograph on Arches paper; signed and numbered 244/250 in pencil to margin

16.0 ins x 12.7 ins; 40.6 cms x 32.3 cms

20.2 ins x 25.7 ins; 51.4 cms x 65.4 cms

$200 — 300

$600 — 800

183 PIERRE-YVES TREMOIS (1921), FRENCH LES METAMORPHOSES (LIMITED EDITION BOOK BY OVIDE WITH 20 WORKS), 1968

184 ROBERT DOISNEAU (19121994), FRENCH LA DERNIERE VALSE (THE LAST WALTZ, CHAP. IV), 14TH OF JULY, 1949 Gelatin silver print; signed in black ink to the red limitation stamp verso, titled and dated in pencil 14/7/1949 and with a later artist's studio label verso. Matted and unframed.

$800 — 1,200

Note: Additional information available on our website. $300 — 400

181 AFTER GEORGES BRAQUE (1882-1963), FRENCH PICHET ET OISEAU, CIRCA 1955 [MANGIN, 1005]

182 AFTER GEORGES BRAQUE (1882-1963), FRENCH LES FLEURS VIOLETS (NOT IN VALLIER), CIRCA 1960

Colour etching and aquatint; signed in the plate lower right, signed and numbered 292/300 in pencil to margin

Colour etching with aquatint on Arches paper with “Atelier Crommelynck, Paris” blindstamp to lower left margin; signed and numbered XIX/L in pencil to margin. Aside from the edition of 200. Printed and published by Crommelynck, Paris.

Twenty drypoint etchings; the forwarding pages signed twice in black felt tip pen, one page also dated 1968. The colophon numbered 162 in black felt tip pen. Published in an edition of 190. Contained in a beige hard-cover folio box.

18.7 ins x 11.3 ins; 47.6 cms x 28.6 cms

16.0 ins x 12.0 ins; 40.6 cms x 30.5 cms

$1,500 — 2,500

Note: Additional information available on our website.

16.3 ins x 20.0 ins; 41.3 cms x 50.8 cms

$1,200 — 1,600

$1,000 — 1,500

7.5 ins x 7.0 ins; 19.1 cms x 17.8 cms

$1,200 — 1,800


185 LEONARD TSUGUHARU FOUJITA (1886-1968), JAPANESE/FRENCH 17 PLATES ONLY (FROM LA RIVIERE ENCHANTEE [THE BOOK BY HERON DE VILLEFOSSE] WITH 5 GILT COPPER PRINTING PLATES [BII.51.176], 1951 12.0 ins x 11.2 ins; 30.6 cms x 28.4 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

186 ZAO WOU-KI (1921-2013), CHINESE/FRENCH LE SOLEIL ROUGE (THE RED SUN), 1950 [AGERUP, 41; RIVIERE, 42] Colour lithograph on thin laid paper; signed in pencil to margin. An unnumbered artist’s proof? from the 33 proofs published (six being on China Paper and six being on Japan paper.) Aside from the numbered edition of 200 on Arches paper. Unframed.

187 ZAO WOU-KI (1921-2013), CHINESE/FRENCH UNTITLED, 1968 [AGERUP, 192] Colour aquatint and etching on Rives paper; signed, dated 68 and numbered 9/95 in pencil to margin. Printed by Imprimerie Arte, Paris. Published by Al Lubin, New York. 17.5 ins x 21.0 ins; 44.5 cms x 53.3 cms

188 PIERRE SOULAGES (1919- ), FRENCH LITHOGRAPHIE NO. 36, 1974 [BN, 85; RIVIERE, 36; ENCREVÉ/MIESSNE, 84] Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 73/95 in pencil to margin 26.4 ins x 20.5 ins; 67.1 cms x 52.1 cms

$4,000 — 6,000 $3,000 — 5,000

18.9 ins x 13.6 ins; 48.0 cms x 34.5 cms

$4,000 — 6,000 $10,000 — 15,000

189 SONIA DELAUNAY-TERK (1885-1979), UKRAINIAN/FRENCH COMPOSITION AUX TRIANGLES (SALON DES ENFANTS BEFORE LETTERS), 1966 Colour lithograph on Johannot watermarked Arches paper; signed and numbered EA in pencil. Aside from the edition of 75. 16.5 ins x 10.8 ins; 42.0 cms x 27.5 cms

190 ROGER-FRANCOIS THEPOT (1925-), FRENCH SOLAIRE YELLOW, 1969 Colour silkscreen; signed, dated 69 and numbered 29/50 in pencil to margin, titled and dated 1969 to gallery label verso

191 MARC CHAGALL (1887-1985), RUSSIAN/FRENCH PUIS LE SEIGNEUR DIT A AARON: “VA A LA RECONTRE DE MOISE DANS LE DESERT; PUIS MOISE ETENDIT SES MAINS SUR LA MER, ET LES EAU(X REFLUERENT ET SUBMERGERENT LES CHARS,...”

192 MARC CHAGALL (1887-1985), RUSSIAN/FRENCH LA LICE ET SA COMPAGNE [THE BITCH AND HER FRIEND] (FROM LA FONTAINE FABLES, PLATE 16), 1952

Two colour lithographs

11.6 ins x 9.4 ins; 29.5 cms x 24.0 cms

17.0 ins x 19.3 ins; 43.2 cms x 48.9 cms

$200 — 300

Etching; signed and numbered 16 in pencil to margin, from the edition of 100 pencil signed impressions

17.5 ins x 13.0 ins; 44.5 cms x 33.0 cms $400 — 600

$500 — 700

Note: Additional information available on our website $800 — 1,200


193 AFTER MARC CHAGALL (18871985), RUSSIAN/FRENCH DESSINS POUR LA BIBLE, VERVE NOS. 37-38 (13 WORKS), 1960 [MOURLOT, 231, 232, 233, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 254] Thirteen colour lithographs 13.7 ins x 10.2 ins; 34.9 cms x 26.0 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

194 MARC CHAGALL (1887-1985) POSTER: CHAGALL PEINTURES 1977-1979, GALERIE MAEGHT, PARIS, 1979

195 BERNARD BUFFET (1928-1999), FRENCH MONSIEUR LOYAL (FROM MON CIRQUE), 1968 [SORLIER, 144]

196 VICTOR VASARELY (19061997), HUNGARIAN/FRENCH GESTALT, 1970 Colour silkscreen on Schoeller Parole Cardboard with Denise Rene Editeur blindstamp lower left; signed and numbered 31/200 in pencil, titled “Gestalt #6” to gallery labels verso

Colour photo-lithographic poster with letters. Published by Maeght editeur and printed by Moderne du Lion, Paris 1979.

Colour lithograph; signed, titled “M. Loyal” and numbered 120/120 in pencil to margin. Published by Editions Fernand Mourlot, Paris, 1968

33.0 ins x 19.0 ins; 83.8 cms x 48.3 cms

26.8 ins x 18.8 ins; 68.0 cms x 47.8 cms

$100 — 150

$500 — 700

198 VICTOR VASARELY (19061997), HUNGARIAN/FRENCH HEXAGONE, 1988 (ONE FROM THE SET OF 10 PLEXIGLASS HEXAGONAL CASES CONTAINING 4 BOOKS EACH), 1988

199 VICTOR VASARELY (19061997), HUNGARIAN/FRENCH MC 31

200 JAMES COIGNARD (1925-2008), FRENCH ROUGE BLEU ROUGE

Polystyrene colour sculpture; signed in white paint bottom right, titled and numbered 20/50 in black ink to publisher’s label to the underside. Editions Pyra editions. In original publisher’s box.

Colour etching with embossing, heightened with gouache on thick hand made paper; signed and numbered 6/60 in pencil to margin, inscribed and titled in pencil verso. Unframed.

31.3 ins x 31.5 ins; 79.6 cms x 80.0 cms

$600 — 800

$700 — 1,000

197 VICTOR VASARELY (19061997), HUNGARIAN/FRENCH SEMBE, 1986 Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 294/300 in pencil to margin, titled in pencil verso 14.1 ins x 11.4 ins; 35.8 cms x 29.0 cms

10.2 ins x 11.7 ins; 26.0 cms x 29.8 cms

$300 — 500

Note: Additional information available on our website

33.5 ins x 6.3 ins; 85.1 cms x 16.0 cms

18.0 ins x 22.2 ins; 45.7 cms x 56.4 cms

$300 — 500

$300 — 500

$300 — 500


201 LEBADANG (1922-2015), FRENCH UNTITLED

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

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

204 BERNARD CATHELIN (19192004), FRENCH GRAND MARCHÉ MEXICAIN

Colour lithograph with embossing on handmade paper; signed and numbered EA 9/15 in white crayon lower left

Colour lithograph with embossing; signed and numbered 71/300 in pencil

Colour silkscreen; signed and numbered 94/300 in pencil to margin. Titled to the Certificate of Authenticity attached to the verso.

Colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed and numbered 24/125 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

23.5 ins x 17.8 ins; 59.7 cms x 45.1 cms

21.3 ins x 34.0 ins; 54.0 cms x 86.4 cms

$600 — 800

$300 — 500

207 ALBRECHT DURER (1471-1528), GERMAN CHRIST ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES (FROM THE LARGE PASSION), CIRCA 1497 [BARTSCH, 6; POSSIBLY MEDER, 117:D-F]

208 HEINRICH ALDEGREVER (1502-1555), GERMAN HERCULES SQUEEZING ANTHAEUS TO DEATH; HERCULES FIGHTING AGAINST THE RIVER GOD ACHELUS, 1550 (FROM THE LABOURS OF HERCULES, PLATES 6 AND 7) [HOLLSETIN, 88; 89]

25.0 ins x 19.5 ins; 63.5 cms x 49.5 cms

$300 — 500

10.4 ins x 24.0 ins; 26.5 cms x 61.0 cms Note: In 1981, the artist translated the themes of Honoré de Balzac's La Comédie humaine into works of lithography, sculpture, watercolors and paintings. $200 — 300

205 THEO TOBIASSE (1927-2012), FRENCH UNIQUE EST MA COLOMBE/ MA FIANCEE

206 NORTHERN EUROPEAN, 15TH CENTURY MANNER, GERMAN SCHOOL TWO PORTRAITS OF APOSTLES: S. PHILIPUS AND S. MATHIAS

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 61/150 in pencil to margin 18.7 ins x 22.8 ins; 47.6 cms x 57.8 cms

Two colour relief prints with titles printed on one sheet of laid paper with centre fold. Unframed. 4.2 ins x 6.1 ins; 10.7 cms x 15.5 cms

$300 — 500 Note: Additional information is available on our website.

15.2 ins x 10.9 ins; 38.5 cms x 27.7 cms Note: Christ is shown with his hands raised as if rejecting the cup rather than a prayerful pose while Peter, James and John are slumbering, the soldiers are entering the gate in the background.

$100 — 200

Two engravings on laid paper 4.1 ins x 2.6 ins; 10.5 cms x 6.7 cms Note: Additional information available on our website

$2,000 — 3,000 $600 — 800


209 JACOB BINCK (1500-1569), GERMAN SOLDATEN SPELEN DOBBELSPEL (THE FOOTSOLDIERS PLAYING DICE) [BARTSCH, 74; HOLLSTEIN, 161] Engraving on laid paper; inscribed with monogram “IB” in the plate upper right. Unframed.

210 HANS SEBALD BEHAM (15001550), GERMAN MOSES AND AARON, 1526 [BARTSCH, 8; HOLLSTEIN, 9] Engraving on laid paper; signed with “HSP” monogram, inscribed “Mose. .Aaron” and dated 1526 in the plate. Unframed.

211 HANS SEBALD BEHAM (15001550), GERMAN, GERMAN THE MAN OF SORROWS AT THE FOOT OF THE CROSS, 1520 [BARTSCH, 26; HOLLSTEIN, 28] Engraving on laid paper; signed with monogram “HSP” and dated 1520 in the plate. Unframed.

3.0 ins x 4.4 ins; 7.7 cms x 11.2 cms

212 ROBERT BUDZINSKI (18741955), GERMAN IM FLINGIN ... (WOMEN GATHERING IN SPRING); IN THE BARN (TWO PLATES), 1911 Two etchings on heavy wove paper; each signed with initials and dated 11 in the plate lower right, each indistinctly titled in German in pencil to margin. Both unframed.

4.9 ins x 3.1 ins; 12.5 cms x 8.0 cms 3.0 ins x 2.0 ins; 7.7 cms x 5.2 cms

6.7 ins x 10.1 ins; 17.1 cms x 25.6 cms

$600 — 900 $400 — 600 $300 — 500

Note: Additional information available on our website $200 — 400

213 MARQUIS FRANZ VON BAYROS (ALSO KNOWN AS CHOISY LE CONN) (1866-1924), GERMAN FOLIO OF EROTICA (35 PLATES) A compiled folio collection of 35 heliogravures hors text after drawings by Bayros from various series on two various size sheets, 19 being signed or signed and titled indistinctly in the plate, one on wove paper. In light brown folio with pencil inscription: “Bayros- Sammerlung von 35 ...” 15.0 ins x 12.5 ins; 38.1 cms x 31.8 cms

214 PAUL WUNDERLICH (19272010), GERMAN THE SONG OF SONGS WHICH IS SOLOMON'S, 1970 [RIEDIGER, 359-368; BRUSBERG, 300-309], NINE PLATES ONLY, ENGLISH EDITION Nine colour lithographs 25.5 ins x 19.5 ins; 64.8 cms x 49.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website $600 — 900

$500 — 700

215 HELMUT NEWTON (19202004), GERMAN PORTRAIT OF VIOLETTA, 1979 Gelatin silver print; signed, titled and dated 1979 at Paris in blue pen and ink verso 11.3 ins x 7.6 ins; 28.8 cms x 19.2 cms

216 HANS HARTUNG (1904-1989), GERMAN “L 24”, 1957 [SCHMUCKING, L 24] Lithograph heightened with blue on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 12/100 in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. 25.7 ins x 19.8 ins; 65.4 cms x 50.2 cms

$10,000 — 15,000 $500 — 700


217 WOLFGANG GAEFGEN (1936-), GERMAN DREAM Colour etching, drypoint and aquatint on wove paper; signed and numbered 9/30 in pencil to margin, titled to typed label verso 18.5 ins x 24.0 ins; 47.0 cms x 61.0 cms

$200 — 400

218 TIM N. GIDAL (1909-1996), GERMAN JEWISH CORNER, NOWO RYBNA STREET, LUBLIN POLAND, 1932 Gelatin silver print; signed in red ink lower right, signed and dated 1932 at Lublin/Poland and further inscribed “later print” in pencil verso. Matted and unframed. 13.7 ins x 10.7 ins; 34.9 cms x 27.3 cms

219 JOHNNY FRIEDLANDER (19121992), GERMAN A QUATRE TEMPS, 1974 [SCHMUCKING, 515]

220 JOHNNY FRIEDLAENDER (1912-1992), GERMAN UNTITLED (ABSTRACT COMPOSITION)

Etching on Arches watermarked paper; signed and numbered 53/95 in pencil to margin, titled, dated 1974 and further inscribed “triage 95” in pencil verso. Unframed.

Colour etching and aquatint on Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered EA in pencil to margin. Aside from the edition of 95.

20.0 ins x 19.1 ins; 50.8 cms x 48.5 cms

17.8 ins x 23.3 ins; 45.1 cms x 59.1 cms

$200 — 300 $200 — 400 $700 — 900

221 JOSEPH BEUYS (1921-1986) , GERMAN AUGUREN, 1982 Colour offset lithograph; signed in red ink to the bottom margin. Aside from the signed and numbered edition of 200. 23.8 ins x 16.8 ins; 60.5 cms x 42.7 cms

222 ENDRE LUKOVICZKY (LUKOVICZKY ENDRE; LUKOVICZKI ENDRE) (1939-), HUNGARIAN POWER, 1983; RAISE, 1983

223 YAACOV AGAM (1928-), ISREALI UNTITLED (TWO PRINTS FROM A SERIES FRAMED AS A DIPTYCH), CIRCA 1970

Two colour silkscreens on black paper; each signed, titled in Hungarian, dated 1983 and numbered 4/30 in white pencil to margins

Two colour silkscreens

19.7 ins x 13.8 ins; 50.0 cms x 35.0 cms

Note: Additional information available on our website

14.0 ins x 16.3 ins; 35.6 cms x 41.3 cms

$400 — 600

$1,000 — 1,500

$600 — 800

$200 — 300

24.7 ins x 31.9 ins; 62.7 cms x 81.0 cms

224 YAACOV AGAM (1928-), ISREALI GOODTIMES (FROM RHYTHM HORIZONTAL) Agamograph, colour silkscreen and plexiglass; signed and numbered 93/99 in black ink to margin, titled to the accompanying Certificate of Authenticity


225 YAACOV AGAM (1928-), ISRAELI TAPIGRAPHIE

226 YAACOV AGAM (1928-), ISREALI UNTITLED

Colour silkscreen on laminate sheet laid to a pressed wood fibre panel, backed with a laminate sheet laid to the panel verso; signed in black ink and numbered L/CXLIV in red ink to margin

Colour screenprint on paper tipped to a paper, mounted; signed twice and numbered 27/27 in pencil to the mount 8.1 ins x 10.5 ins; 20.5 cms x 26.7 cms

22.4 ins x 24.5 ins; 56.8 cms x 62.3 cms

227 GIOVANNI BATTISTA TIEPOLO (1696-1770), ITALIAN LES DEUX MAGICIENS DEBOUT ET L’ENFANT (FROM THE SCHERZI DI FANTASIA SUITE OF 23 ETCHINGS, PLATE 13) [DE VESME, 25: I/II] Etching on laid paper. Published by Tiepolo’s son Gian Domenico in 1775. 8.7 ins x 6.7 ins; 22.2 cms x 17.1 cms

228 AFTER RAFFAELLO SANZIO DA URBINO CALLED RAPHAEL (1483-1520), ITALIAN PAUL AND BARNABAS AT LYSTRA. ACTS CHAP. XIV. (FROM THE RAPHAEL CARTOONS), CIRCA 1515-1516 Engraving on laid paper; titled with letters in the margin. Published by Carington Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard, London.

$200 — 300 $3,000 — 4,000 $500 — 700

10.0 ins x 13.8 ins; 25.5 cms x 35.0 cms

$100 — 150

229 AGOSTINO VENEZIANO (ALSO KNOWN AS AGOSTINO DEI MUSI) (1490-1540), ITALIAN PORTRAIT OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF BRINDISI HIERONYMUS ALEANDER ARCHIEPISCOPUS BRUNDUSINUS, 1536

230 STEFANO DELLA BELLA (16101664), ITALIAN CARROUSEL EXECUTE A FLORENCE POUR LE MARIAGE DU GRAND-DUC FERDINAND II, 1637; LE TEMPLE DE LA CONCORDE ET LE FORUM ROMANUM (FROM SIX GRAND VUES, PLATE 4)

Engraving on laid watermarked paper with two crossed arrows and a sixpoint star (conforming to Gravell Watermark Archive No. FOL 0367,dated 1555); titled and dated 1536 in the plate. Unframed.

Two etchings on laid paper; the first, laid down to a paper support, with letters and dated 1637 to margin; the second, signed in the plate to the right margin. Each unframed.

13.2 ins x 8.9 ins; 33.5 cms x 22.5 cms

6.6 ins x 11.6 ins; 16.7 cms x 29.4 cms

231 GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI (1720-1778), ITALIAN VEDUTA DEL TEMPIO DELLA FORTUNA VIRILE. (FROM VEDUTE DI ROMA), 1758 [F. 817; H. 46; W./E. 162] Etching on laid paper without watermark with letters and centre vertical fold. A later impression. Matted and unframed. 14.8 ins x 23.1 ins; 37.5 cms x 58.8 cms

$300 — 400

232 GIOVANNI GIACOMO DE ROSSI (1627-1691) AFTER GIOVANNI BATTISTA FALDA (1643-1678) AND GIO. FRANCESCO VENTURINI (1650-1710), ITALIAN FOUR 17TH CENTURY VIEWS OF ROME: THREE PLATES Four engravings with letters. 8.9 ins x 12.0 ins; 22.5 cms x 30.5 cms Note: Additional information available on our website. $700 — 1,000

$300 — 500

$100 — 200


233 JEAN AUGUSTIN RENARD (1744- 1807) AFTER GIACOMO (JACOPO) AMICONI (AMIGONI) (1682–1752), ITALIAN FOUR PLATES:​(AFRICA); (ASIA); (AMERICA); (INDIA); (EUROPA) 12.8 ins x 17.2 ins; 32.4 cms x 43.8 cms Note: Additional information available on our website.

234 UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHER CIRCA 1880’S, ITALIAN POMPEI Album comprised of 78 albumen prints mounted singly to each facing page; each variously titled, dated and numbered in the negative to the bottom margin. On “Gaetano Criscuoli” watermarked paper. Contained in a Victorian red leatherbound and gilt decorated album with gilt lettering: “Pompei” on cover. 4.0 ins x 6.0 ins; 10.2 cms x 15.2 cms

235 PHILEARD SALVATOR LEVILLY (1803- ?) ET AL. LOT OF SIX MILITARY PORTRAITS BY VARIOUS FRENCH, ITALIAN AND BRITISH ARTISTS: Handcoloured lithograph, etchings and engravings with letters 14.0 ins x 10.0 ins; 35.6 cms x 25.4 cms Note: Additional information available on our website

$200 — 300

236 MARINO MARINI (1901-1980), ITALIAN CHEVAUX ET CHEVALIERS (COMPLETE PORTFOLIO OF 8), 1972​ Eight colour lithographs on Arches paper 19.8 ins x 25.5 ins; 50.2 cms x 64.8 cms Note: Additional information available on our website $6,000 — 9,000

$150 — 250 $800 — 1,200

237 MARINO MARINI (1901-1980), ITALIAN CAVALIER ROUGE, 1953 [GUASTALLA, L46]

238 MARINO MARINI (1901-1980), ITALIAN IL GRIDO (THE SCREAM), 1965 [GUASTALLA, L86 ]

Colour lithograph on Zerkall Butten paper; signed and numbered 8/65 in pencil. 25.4 ins x 19.6 ins; 64.5 cms x 49.8 cms

Colour lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper; titled in the plate bottom centre, signed and numbered 37/50 in pencil to margin. Published by L’Oeuvre Gravee, Zurich with their blindstamp.

$800 — 1,200

22.2 ins x 30.5 ins; 56.5 cms x 77.5 cms

239 MARINO MARINI (1901-1980), ITALIAN CONTEMPLAVI, 1970 (FROM IMAGINES, PLATE 6) [GUASTALLA, A110] Etching and aquatint on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 31/40 in pencil to margin. Matted and unframed. 16.1 ins x 11.6 ins; 41.0 cms x 29.5 cms

$600 — 800 $800 — 1,200

240 MARINO MARINI (1901-1980), ITALIAN DER GESANG I (IL CANTO I) (FROM IL TEATRO DELLE MASCHERE), 1973 [GUSTALLA, A164] Etching and colour aquatint on a heavy wove paper with an unidentified trident watermark with a cross; signed and numbered XV/XXV in pencil to margin. Published by L’Oeuvre Gravee, Zurich with their blindstamp. Matted and unframed. 19.3 ins x 25.4 ins; 48.9 cms x 64.5 cms

$700 — 1,000


241 ZORAN ANTONIO MUSIC (1909-2005), ITALIAN COLLINE DALMATE, 1967 [SCHMUCKLING, 125]

242 ANNAPIA ANTONINI (1942- ), ITALIAN FIORI, BOCCIA, FRUTTARE (FLOWERS, BOWL, FRUIT)

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

Colour etching, drypoint and aquatint; signed and numbered 17/75 in pencil to margin

Aquatint on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed, titled and numbered 14/15 in pencil to margin. Unframed.

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

15.2 ins x 21.3 ins; 38.7 cms x 54.0 cms

7.8 ins x 10.5 ins; 19.7 cms x 26.7 cms

17.5 ins x 24.8 ins; 44.5 cms x 62.9 cms

$400 — 600

$100 — 200

$500 — 700

245 YAMIN YOUNG (1959- ), CHINESE QUARTET (VARIATION OF THE GOUACHE, 1988)

246 KANAIDA ETSUKO (1955-), JAPANESE K’S CALENDAR, 1998

247 LETICIA TARRAGO (1940-), MEXICAN ALIANZA, 1973

Colour silkscreen on rice paper; signed and numbered 67/175 in black ink lower left

Colour collograph on heavy wove paper; signed with initials “EK”, titled, and numbered 8/20 and dated 1998 in pencil to margin

Colour etching and aquatint; signed, titled and numbered CA. 11/20 in pencil to margin, titled, dated ‘73 and inscribed “artist proof edition of 20” to typed label verso

34.0 ins x 33.5 ins; 86.4 cms x 85.1 cms

21.5 ins x 30.2 ins; 54.6 cms x 76.8 cms

$400 — 600

$300 — 500

244 ROKUSHU MIZUFUNE (19121980), JAPANESE KITE PATH Colour woodblock; signed, titled, numbered 6/30 and inscribed in pencil to margin 25.5 ins x 18.0 ins; 64.8 cms x 45.7 cms

$600 — 800

9.3 ins x 7.2 ins; 23.5 cms x 18.4 cms

$100 — 150

248 JOSÉ LUIS CUEVAS (1934-), 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. 18.0 ins x 30.0 ins; 45.7 cms x 76.2 cms

$700 — 1,000


249 JOSÉ LUIS CUEVAS (1934-), MEXICAN INTERIOR, 1965-1966 Lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed, dated “29-Dec. 1965” and annotated to the plate lower right, signed, numbered “artist proof” and dated 65 in pencil to margin. Published by Tamarind Lithography, Workshop Inc., Los Angeles with their blindstamp.

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

251 LOLA ALVAREZ BRAVO (19071993) , MEXICAN A VER QUIÉN ME OYE (¿ME OIRÁN?), (WILL THEY HEAR ME? / TO SEE WHO WILL HEAR ME), 1939

252 FRANCISCO ZÚÑIGA (19121998), MEXICAN PESCADORAS, 1981 [ZUNIGA, 296; BREWSTER, 64]

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.

Gelatin silver print mounted to a Super T-99 Show-Card; signed in pencil to the mount, titled and numbered “LAB 7:3” in pencil verso. Printed later, circa 1960. Matted and unframed.

15.2 ins x 22.2 ins; 38.7 cms x 56.5 cms

9.1 ins x 6.7 ins; 23.0 cms x 17.0 cms

$200 — 400

$1,500 — 2,000

254 CARLOS MERIDA (1891-1984), GUATEMALAN FROM FESTIVAL DANCES OF MEXICO (SEVEN PLATES), 1939: #1 DANCE OF BIRDS; #3 DANCE OF MALINCHES; #4 DANCE OF THE TLACOLOLEROS; #6 DANCE OF CHINELOS; #7 DANCE OF FEATHERS; #8 DANCE OF THE PASCOLA AND THE DEER; #10 DANCE OF THE MOORS

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

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.

21.0 ins x 30.0 ins; 53.3 cms x 76.2 cms

16.9 ins x 12.6 ins; 43.0 cms x 32.0 cms

13.3 ins x 18.5 ins; 33.7 cms x 47.0 cms

19.3 ins x 15.2 ins; 48.9 cms x 38.7 cms

$1,000 — 2,000

Note: Additional information available on our website

$200 — 300

$600 — 900

15.0 ins x 22.0 ins; 38.1 cms x 55.9 cms

Colour lithograph; signed, dated 1981 and numbered 82/200 in pencil. Published and printed by Ediciones Poligrafa S.A., Barcelona 29.8 ins x 22.0 ins; 75.6 cms x 55.9 cms

$1,000 — 2,000

$200 — 400

253 FRANCISCO ZÚÑIGA (19121998), MEXICAN YUCATECAS EN EL PARQUE, 1986 [VLADY, 336] 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 left.

$300 — 500

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


257 FRANCISCO GOYA (1746-1828), SPANISH QUE PICO DE ORO! (FROM LOS CAPRICHOS, PLATE 53), 17971798 [DELTEIL, 90; HARRIS, 88] Etching, aquatint and burin on wove paper; titled with plate number in the plate. A later impression. 8.4 ins x 5.9 ins; 21.4 cms x 15.0 cms

258 FRANCISCO GOYA (1746-1828), SPANISH CARI(TAS) (SAN FRANCISCO DE PAULA), [DELTEIL, 2] Etching on buff wove paper; signed and partially titled in the plate, circa 1780, from the edition with wide margins. Unframed.

259 FRANCISCO GOYA (1746-1828), SPANISH SERA LO MISMO (FROM LOS DESASTRES DE LA GUERRA, PLATE 21), 1863 [DELTEIL 140; HARRIS 141] Etching, aquatint and burin on wove paper; titled with plate number in the plate. A later impression.

260 PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973), SPANISH FEMME NUE ET HOMME À LA CANNE (FROM: PICASSO DESSINS 27.3.66 TO 15.3.68), 1969 [MOURLOT, 407; BLOCH, 1464]

5.7 ins x 8.5 ins; 14.5 cms x 21.5 cms

Lithograph on wove paper dated 11.2.69. in the plate upper right; signed and numbered 7/125 in pencil. Published by Editions Cercle d’Art, Paris. Printed by Fernand Mourlot.

$200 — 300

10.5 ins x 8.8 ins; 26.7 cms x 22.4 cms

5.1 ins x 3.7 ins; 13.0 cms x 9.5 cms

$200 — 300 $300 — 400

$3,000 — 5,000

261 AFTER PABLO PICASSO (18811973), SPANISH LA RONDE DE LA JEUNESSE, 1961

262 AFTER PABLO PICASSO (18811973), SPANISH FEMME ACCOUDEE AU FAUTEUIL, 1962,

Colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed and dated 25.7.61 in the plate lower right, signed and numbered 54/200 in pencil to margin

Lithograph en grisaille on Arches paper; signed “Collection of Marina Picasso” and numbered 498/500 in pencil to margin. Published 19791982.

25.7 ins x 20.0 ins; 65.4 cms x 50.8 cms

19.0 ins x 15.2 ins; 48.3 cms x 38.7 cms

Note: This lithograph was made in 1961 after a chalk drawing by Pablo Picasso

Note: Additional information available on our website $200 — 300

263 PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973), SPANISH LES BANDERILLES, IV (FROM LOS TOROS AVEC PICASSO BY JAIME SABARTÈS, 1961 [MOURLOT, 349; BLOCH, 1016]

264 PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973), SPANISH HOMME A LA PIPE ASSIS, MAJA ET CELESTINE (FROM FERNANDO DE ROJAS’ BOOK: LA CÉLESTINE, 1968), 1971 [CRAMER BOOKS, 149]

Lithograph on wove paper 9.7 ins x 12.0 ins; 24.6 cms x 30.6 cms Note: Additional information available on our website $200 — 400

Aquatint on Richard de Blas “La Celestine” watermarked paper; dated 20. 7. 68 in reverse in the plate upper right, the sheet with a printed page of text verso with the fold on the right, numbered page 42. From the edition of 400 with 30 hors commerce. Editions de l’ Atelier Crommelynck, Paris, 1971. 2.4 ins x 3.1 ins; 6.0 cms x 8.0 cms

$3,000 — 4,000 $300 — 500


265 JOAN MIRO (1893-1983), SPANISH SUMMER ("L'ÉTÉ"), 1938 (FROM VERVE VOL. 1, NO. 3) [DUPIN, 1310] Colour pochoir; signed in the plate lower left, 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. 13.7 ins x 10.0 ins; 34.7 cms x 25.5 cms

266 JOAN MIRO (1893-1983), SPANISH XXE SIÈCLE, NO. 47, 1976 [MOURLOT, 1107] Colour lithograph; signed and numbered H.C in pencil. Aside from the edition of 75. Printed by Maeght, Paris. Published by XXe Siècle, Paris.

267 JOAN MIRO (1893-1983), SPANISH PLATE 10 (FROM LITHOGRAPHS II), 1975 [CRAMER BOOKS, 197; MOURLOT, 1045]

12.0 ins x 18.3 ins; 30.5 cms x 46.4 cms

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered HC in pencil, aside from the edition of 80. Printed by Mourlot, Paris and published by Maeght, Paris.

$2,000 — 3,000

12.2 ins x 19.1 ins; 31.0 cms x 48.5 cms

268 JOAN MIRO (1893-1983), SPANISH PLATE 9 (FROM LITHOGRAPHS II) [CRAMER BOOKS, 198; MOURLOT, 1044] Colour lithograph on Arches watermarked paper; signed and numbered “epreuve d'artiste” in pencil to margin. Published by Maeght Editeur, Paris. 17.8 ins x 14.5 ins; 45.1 cms x 36.8 cms

$1,500 — 2,500 $1,500 — 2,500 $2,000 — 3,000

269 ANTONI CLAVE (1913-2005), SPANISH ROUGE-NOIR, 1965 [PASSERON, 90]

270 SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989), SPANISH TORERO NOIR, 1969 [FIELD, 69-1

Colour lithograph; signed and numbered 5/85 in pencil to margin. Published by L’Oeuvre Gravee, Zurich with their blindstamp.

Original lithograph by transfer on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed and numbered 20/150 in pencil. Published by Jean Schneider, Basel. Printed by Wolfensberger, Zurich.

18.0 ins x 27.5 ins; 45.7 cms x 69.9 cms

29.8 ins x 21.6 ins; 75.6 cms x 54.9 cms

$300 — 500

271 SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989), SPANISH THE BULLFIGHTER (THE GOLDEN CALF), 1980 [FIELD, 80-1] Colour lithograph from an original gouache on japon paper 23.3 ins x 17.0 ins; 59.2 cms x 43.2 cms Note: Additional information available on our website

$1,000 — 1,500

272 ATTRIBUTED TO SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989), SPANISH BUCEPHALE (ALEXANDER’S HORSE) (FROM LES CHEVAUX DALINIENS), 1970-72 [FIELD, 72-6.K] Colour lithograph on unwatermarked paper; signed and numbered 60/250 in pencil to margin 16.0 ins x 11.7 ins; 40.6 cms x 29.8 cms

$300 — 500 $1,500 — 2,500


273 PABLO PALAZUELO (19162007), SPANISH OVALE II Colour engraving with aquatint; signed and numbered 17/50 in pencil to margin 9.5 ins x 15.2 ins; 24.1 cms x 38.7 cms

274 ALBERTO GIACOMETTI (19011966), SWISS THE ARTIST’S MOTHER SEATED I, 1965 [LUST, 50] Lithograph on Rives wove paper; signed and numbered 75/75 in pencil. Published by Maeght, Paris. 25.5 ins x 19.5 ins; 64.8 cms x 49.5 cms

275 ALBERTO GIACOMETTI (19011966), SWISS EXHIBITION POSTER: ALBERTO GIACOMETTI: DESSINS, GRAVURES, LITHOGRAPHIES, 30 JUIN - 30 SEPTEMBRE 1984

276 HANS ERNI (1909-2015), SWISS PAUL VALERY: RÉFLEXIONS SIMPLE SUR LE CORPS, 1967 (A BOOK IN FOLIO) [CRAMER, 41]

Colour lithographic poster with letters on heavy, buff, wove paper. Published by Union Paris for the exhibition held at Chateau de Tanlay-Yonne.

Note: Additional information available on our website

$400 — 600

16.9 ins x 12.4 ins; 43.0 cms x 31.5 cms

$1,000 — 1,500 $2,500 — 3,500

25.2 ins x 16.9 ins; 64.0 cms x 43.0 cms

$100 — 150


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Fine Prints and Photography Auction | Nov. 2, 2015  

Fine Prints and Photography Auction | Nov. 2, 2015