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Fine Art Estate Auction Saturday July 18th at Noon

 

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1

Shelby Lee Adams (b. 1950) American

BROTHERS PRAYING, 1993, gelatin silver print, signed, dated, numbered and titled in pencil on verso, from the numbered edition 25, 20 x 16”, matted, creases upper margin, tiny top layer fold in right lower corner, otherwise in good condition.  $400/800

 

 

2

Modern African American Art (20th Century)

MODERN AFRICAN NIGHT, color woodblock print, signed? and titled in pen, from the numbered edition 8 artist’s proofs, image 16 ¼ x 23 ½”, full margins, framed with glass, small discoloration spots in margins, in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

3

Sunol Alvar (b. 1935) Spanish (two)

PERSONAGE WITH STILL LIFE I & II, two color lithographs, each signed in pencil, one from the numbered edition 15 hors commerce, one inscribed EA., sheets 29 x 21 ½” & 23 ¼ x 34 ½”, the second with a little toning on verso. (2)  $200/400

 

 

4

Gregory Amenoff (b. 1948) New York

THROUGH THE FLOWER, 1999, color woodblock mounted to paper, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 32, sheet 27 ½ x 29 ¾”, framed, in apparently good condition.  $400/800

 

 

5

Karel Appel (1921-2006) Dutch

SMILE, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 85, image 25 x 19 ½”, full margins, framed with glass, some pale toning in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

6

Karel Appel (1921-2006) Dutch

UNTITLED, 1959, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 125, published by Le Oeuvre Gravee, with blindstamp, sheet 22 ¼ x 30 ¼”, pale toning, a few smudges, creases in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

7

Joseph Areno (1950-2006) Californian

SIDE-VIEW OF A FIGURE, color pastel on paper, signed lower right, 15 ¾ x 10 ¾”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

8

19th Century Artist Unidentified

PROFILE OF A LADY IN WHITE GOWN, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 22 ¾ x 16 ¾”, framed, professionally restored and re-lined, minor contraction and craquelure, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1000/3000

 

 

9

Artist Unidentified

UNTITLED, acrylic and pastel on paper, signed Penn? upper right, image 12 x 10 ½”, framed with glass, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

10

Artist Unidentified

LIZ TAYLOR & RICHARD BURTON, acrylic painting and collage on illustration board, image 23 x 19 ¼”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

11

Duilio (Dube) Barnabe for Fontana Arte Glass

TWO FACES, enamel with gold leaf on glass, signed “Dube” and hallmarked lower center, 13 ½ x 20 ½ x 3”, normal scuffs and wear underneath, otherwise in good condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

12

Leonard Barnard (20th Century) American

MALE NUDE, 1972, oil painting on Masonite with glaze, signed lower left, signed and dedicated on verso, 12 x 8”, framed, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

13

Thomas Barrett (1902-1947) New York (ten)

VARIOUS, ten color screenprints, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 50, 55, 60 & 100, seven sheets 30 ¼ x 22 or 22 x 30 ¼”, three sheets 32 ¾ x 25” or 25 x 32 ¾”, some soft handling creases, a few smudges, one with pale discoloration in margins, otherwise all in good condition. (10)  $300/600

 

 

14

Basque Walking Stick

Wood walking stick with brass and metal handle and sequestered steel defensive spike, 34” long, in like-new condition.  $200/400

 

 

15

Rudolph Bauer (1889-1953) German

LOVERS, c.1915, lithograph, signed in pencil and inscribed No.13, image 16 ½ x 11 ¼”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $500/800

 

 

16

Romare Beardon (1911-1988) New York, Pedro Uhart & another (five)

Romare Beardon BASEL, 1978, two color screenprint posters printed on gold cover stock, each signed in blue pen, sheets 42 x 23 ¾”, creases & small tears mainly in upper and lower sheet edges, some scuffs, otherwise in good condition; Pedro Uhart UNTITLED, color screenprint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 150, sheet 32 ½ x 22 ½”, creases and soft handling creases, otherwise in good condition; in the style of Romare Bearden UNTITLED PORTRAITS, two color screenprints, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 125 & 30 Hors Commerce, images 25 x 17” & 29 x 22”, both with full margins, some soft handling creases and smudges, small surface scuffs, otherwise in good condition. (5)  $200/400

 

 

17

Lars Bo (1924-1999) Danish (two)

UNTITLED, pair of color aquatint etchings, each signed in pencil and inscribed artist’s proof, images 13 x 11” & 12 ¼ x 18 ½”, both with full margins and framed with glass, both with some discoloration at mat, otherwise both in good condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

18

Fred Bonn (b. 1940) Californian (two)

LOMBARD STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, 1970, oil painting on panel, signed and dated lower center, 53 ¾ x 14”, with scuffs and scratches, mainly in sky area; PUMPKIN FLATS, 1970, oil painting on panel, signed and dated lower right, with artist’s label on verso, a some scuffs, both with edge wear and dog-eared corners, otherwise both in good studio condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

19

Jonathon Borofsky (b. 1942) New York

MALE AGGRESSION (G.1270), 1986, color screenprint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 19, sheet 43 x 46”, printed and published by Gemini G. E. L., framed, in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

20

Claude Bourgonnier (c.1860-1921) French (two)

JUENNE FILLES; LIBERTE, a pair of watercolors and ink on paper, each with artist’s 1921 studio stamp, first 9 ½ x 12 ¼”, in apparently good studio condition; the second image 7 x 4 ½”, sheet 12 ¾ x 8 ¼”, creases and surface soiling in margins, in apparently good condition, both framed with glass. Provenance: The Estate of Rod McKuen (2)  $200/400

 

 

21

Bennett Bradbury (1914-1991) Californian

CAPISTRANO BEACH, 1959, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, signed and titled on verso, 18 x 26”, artist’s copyright on verso, framed, lacquer yellowed, minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $800/1200

 

 

22

Bennett Bradbury (1914-1991) Californian

SOUTH FROM GARRAPATA, 1966, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, titled and signed on verso, 24 x 36”, framed, minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

23

Peter Brannan (1926-1994) British

ICE CREAM STAND, 1969, oil painting on Masonite, signed and dated lower left, 10 x 13”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: The Trafford Gallery, London; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $300/600

 

 

24

Cesar Buenaventura (1919-1983) Filipino

GATHERING, 1970, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower right, 24 x 36”, framed, stretcher bar impressions, vertical hairlines cracks, otherwise in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

25

Conrad Buff (1886-1975) Californian (two)

BLACK CANYON; LANDSCAPE, two lithographs, the first signed and titled in pencil, the second signed in ink marker, from the numbered editions 50, images 9 x 16”, with full margins, the first framed with glass and with very faint toning in margins, the second matted and with toning and light staining, otherwise both in apparently good condition. (2)  $400/600

 

 

26

Alexander Calder (1898-1976) American

FOUR ARCHES, 1974, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 150, sheet 27 ¾ x 22 ¼”, framed, in good condition. This image has been sent to the Calder Foundation for inclusion in the upcoming catalogue Raisonne of Calder’s graphic work. Calder produced this image as a massive steel sculpture commissioned for the Security Pacific Corporation in downtown Los Angeles. The sculpture is featured on the cover of the hardbound book ‘Security Pacific Selected Works 1970-1985’.  $1000/2000

 

 

27

Alexander Calder (1898-1976) American

UNTITLED, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 125, sheet 25 ½ x 19 ¾”, framed with glass (cracked), pale toning, small discoloration left center edge, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

28

Mario & Ida Calzolari (20th Century) Italian

STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS, oil painting on copper, signed lower left, 7 ¾ x 9 ¾”, framed, some craquelure, otherwise in good studio condition.  $200/300

 

 

29

Victor Cancino (b. 1929) Mexican

CUBIST FIGURES, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 14 x 18”, with Mexican Rabbit stamp on verso, framed, in good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

30

Jean Capdeville (b. 1917) & Jean Lauthe & Douglas W. Gorsline (three)

UNTITLED, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 50, sheet 19 ½ x 26”, mild toning, otherwise in apparently good condition; Together with Jean Lauthe, UNTITLED, color etching, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 30, image 7 ¾ x 4 ¼”, full margins, in apparently good condition; Douglas W. Gorsline GRAND CENTRAL BRONX, etching, signed in pencil, image 6 ¼ x 5 ¾”, full margins, framed, some pale discoloration in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition; all framed, two with glass. (3)  $200/300

 

 

31

Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) American

SARA SMILING (B.195), c.1904, etching with hand coloring, beveled plate 6 ¼ x 8 ¾”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition.  $1000/1500

 

 

32

St. Claire Cemin (b. 1951) Brazilian (four)

UNTITLED, 1980, four color etchings (three images), each signed in pencil, three from the numbered edition 75, duplicate image a trial proof aside from the numbered edition 75, plates 8 ¾ x 6 ¾”, all with full margins, a few soft handling creases in the margins, duplicate image framed with some pale discoloration speckles in margins, otherwise all in good condition. (4)  $200/400

 

 

33

Marc Chagall (1897-1985) Russian/ French (four)

LITHOGRAPHE III, 1962-1968, published in 1969, Sauret, Mourlot & Sorlier, hardbound book, with original lithograph cover and frontispiece, color lithograph frontispiece removed and framed and in apparently good condition, minor toning and wear to cover; BEHIND THE LOOKING GLASS (M.412), 1964, the double page color lithograph as published in Derriere La Miroir, 18 ¾ x 25 ½”, with centerfold as issued, in apparently good condition; GALERIE MAEGHT, color lithograph poster, sight 29 ½ x 19”, creases, cockling and staining, three framed with glass, otherwise all in apparently good condition. (4)  $300/600

 

 

34

Genevieve Claisse (b. 1935) French (two)

UNTITLED PURPLE GEOMETRICS, two color screenprints, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 100, sheets 29 ½ x 23 ½”, some scuffs, a few surface rubs, one with crease upper margins, otherwise both in good condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

35

George Z. Constant (1892-1978) New York

PORTRAIT, watercolor on paper, signed lower center, 29 ¼ x 26 ½”, framed with glass, toning at sheet edges from mat, old paper tape and discoloration on verso, otherwise in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

36

George Z. Constant (1892-1978) New York

UNTITLED ABSTRACT, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, sight 25 ¾ x 19”, framed with glass, toning at sheet edges from mat, old tape hinges and toning on verso, otherwise in good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

37

Andre Cottavoz (b. 1922) French (two)

BOUQUET DE ROSES, 1990, BAY DE CANNES, 1989, each a color carborundum gravure, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 175, the first sheet 22 x 29 ½”, the second image 17 ½ x 24” with full margins, very minor toning in margins, otherwise both in good condition, both framed. (2)  $300/600

 

 

38

Pierre Courtin (b. 1921) French

FORET PRIVEE, 1960, mixed media and color etching, signed in pencil lower right, titled lower left and dedicated to Dolly & David Bright lower center, image 17 ½ x 8”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

39

Robert W. Daley (b. 1922) American (four)

SEAGULLS, watercolor on two sheets of paper, signed lower left, overall 40 x 18”, some debris in frame, hairline scratch lower left; CITY STREET SCENE, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, sight 14 ½ x 17 ½”, soft handling creases, toning mainly at mat; WOMEN WITH HEADDRESSES, two watercolors on paper, both signed, sheets 14 x 11”, all framed with glass, all in otherwise apparently good studio condition. (4)  $200/400

 

 

40

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Spanish

LE DINERS DE GALA, Cookbook, 1973, Captain Peter Moore, hardbound book, first edition in English, full color plates, illustrations from Dali’s Pantagruel, published by Felicie, Inc, embossed gold dust jacket with some wear and tear, edges of pages toned, otherwise in good condition.  $200/400

 

 

41

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Spain

ETRE DIEU: Opera-Poeme, Audiovisuel et Catharre en six parties, 1985, the portfolio with three components: A volume bound in moiré silk with gilt edges, 12 x 12”, A color print of Dali's 1972 Marilyn Monroe self-portrait, sheet 12 x 12” with the artist’s blindstamp in the margins, in a slipcase within matching moiré silk covering; Three phonograph records, each housed in a gold paper slip with glassine paper protecting the records, all in a slipcase with matching moiré silk cover. From the numbered edition of 500. Libretto by Manuel Vazquez Montalban. Music by Igor Wakhevitch. A very hard to find complete set. All three blue moiré silk volumes are housed within a two-part Plexiglas gilt-decorated case. Two slip covers with some minor discoloration along the top edge, the Plexiglas box has a crack on the black interior housing, otherwise in good condition.  $300/600

 

 

42

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Spanish

LINCOLN DALI VISION, silver bas relief, signature in the design, from the numbered edition 175, size 28 ¼ x 19”, published by Martin & Lawrence Editions, with tirage sheet in original portfolio case (some wear), one tarnish spot lower left center, otherwise in good condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

43

Edwin Dawes (1872-1945) Iowa/California

DESERT LANDSCAPE, oil painting on board, signed lower right, 12 x 16”, framed, some contracture and craquelure, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: John Moran Auction.  $500/1000

 

 

44

Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979) French

COMPOSITION #1211, gouache on paper, initialed SD 1211 lower right and inscribed 841 in red pencil upper left (upside down), with the artist embossed stamp in the upper margin, 5 5/8 x 5 ½”, mounted to card, framed with glass, some toning and speckling on the card, otherwise in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: Gilden’s Arts, London.  $1000/3000

 

 

45

Jacques Deperthes (b. 1936) French

LE MOULIN, 1971, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, signed, dated and titled on verso, 14 x 11”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: RS Johnson International Gallery, Chicago; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

46

Jean Dewasne (1921-1999) French (3) & David Roth & Rita Schwartz (2) (six)

UNTITLED, two color screenprints printed board, each signed in pen, from the numbered editions 150, sheets 24 x 30 ½”, both in good condition; UNTITLED, color screenprint printed on card, image 22 x 29 ½”, full margins, some scuffs and scrapes, small edge tear, a few small creases, otherwise in good condition; Together with David Roth DOTS, color screenprint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 150, image 23 x 23”, full margins, some toning and discoloration, some soft handling creases, otherwise in good condition; Rita Schwartz MIDDAY; CLIFFS, two color intaglios, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 100 & 99, sheets 31 x 28 ½” & 37 x 24 ½”, creases and soft handling creases, some discoloration in margins, otherwise in good condition. (6)  $200/400

 

 

47

Laddie John Dill (b. 1943) Californian

UNTITLED, cement, pigment and glass on wood construction, 36 ¼ x 71 ½ x 3 ½”, in good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by previous owner.  $2000/4000

 

 

48

Laddie John Dill (b. 1943) Californian

UNTITLED, cement, pigment and glass on wood construction, 19 ¼ x 68 x 2 ¼”, in good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by previous owner.  $1000/2000

 

 

49

Laddie John Dill (b. 1943) Californian

UNTITLED, 1974, cement and polymers on paper, signed and dated lower center right, 31 x 41”, framed, in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: The Works Gallery, Long Beach.  $1000/2000

 

 

50

Eyvind Earle (1916-2000) Californian

ANCIENT TREE, color screenprint, signed in ink lower right, from the numbered edition 420, image 39 ½ x 29 ½”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $400/800

 

 

51

Dietz Edzard (1893-1963) German/ French

JEUNE DANCEUSE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 9 ½ x 6 ½”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: James Vigeveno Gallery, Westwood Hills.  $1000/1500

 

 

52

Dietz Edzard (1893-1963) German/ French

LA CHANTESE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 13 ½ x 11 ½”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: James Vigeveno Gallery, Westwood Hills.  $1500/2500

 

 

53

Ray Elman (b. 1955) American (five)

VARIOUS, 1975-79, five color screenprints, four with collage, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 99, 160, Roman number 15, & 40, sheets 20 x 32”, 32 x 27 ½”, 27 ¾ x 28” & 32 x 28”, scuffs and scrapes, smudges, creases and soft handling creases, otherwise all in good condition. (5)  $400/800

 

 

54

Jules Engel (1909-2003) Californian

UNTITLED, gouache on paper, signed lower right, 17 x 24”, framed with glass, some clouding on glass where it touches surface, otherwise in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by current owner.  $600/900

 

 

55

Jules Engel (1909-2003) Californian

THE MEADOW, 1992, acrylic painting, signed and dated on verso, image 13 ½ x 10”, sheet 15 x 11 ½”, matted, framed with glass, some tape residue in margins, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by current owner.  $400/800

 

 

56

Jules Engel (1909-2003) Californian

UNTITLED, 1981, painted wood construction, signed and dated on verso, 7 ¼ x 6 ¼ x ½”, in good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by current owner.  $200/400

 

 

57

Jules Engel (1909-2003) Californian (two)

UNTITLED, two, each a watercolor with color pastel on paper, signed lower right, 5 ½ x 8”, framed, in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by current owner. (2)  $300/600

 

 

58

Jules Engel (1909-2003) Californian (seven)

VARIOUS, a collection of color screenprints and lithographs, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 12, 20, 30 & 40, images range from 19 ½ x 19 ½” to 9 x 9”, all with full margins, the large sheet has some cockling and speckles and creases, the image with brush strokes on a gray background has some toning, three with soft creases in one of the corners, otherwise all in good condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by current owner. (7)  $500/1000

 

 

59

M. C. Escher (1898-1972) Dutch

SCHOLASTICA: THE POLTERGEIST (W.191; B.191), 1931-1933, woodcut, initialed and dated 10-31 in design upper right, image 9 x 6 ½”, from the numbered edition 300, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition.  $300/500

 

 

60

European Artist Unidentified (four)

SAINTS, four gouaches on paper, sights average 8 ½ x 6 ½”, all framed with glass, all in apparently good condition. (4)  $200/400

 

 

61

European Artists Unidentified (two)

UNTITLED BLUE & GREEN, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, inscribed ETE on verso, 39 ½ x 28 ½”, Galerie Contemporaine Geneve label on verso, some hairline cracks, some surface soiling; UNTITLED YELLOW & GRAY, 1957, oil painting on canvas, signed Ebe and dated lower right, 24 x 18”, cracking overall, surface soiling, both framed, otherwise both in good studio condition. Provenance: The Estate of Rod McKuen. (2)  $200/400

 

 

62

Tom Everhart (b. 1952) American

SNOOPY PROFILE, color lithograph, signed in ink, from the numbered edition 500, sheet 38 ½ x 29”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, framed, in apparently good condition.  $600/900

 

 

63

Tom Everhart (b. 1952) American

SNOOPY WITH GLASSES, color lithograph, signed in ink, from the numbered edition 500, sheet 38 ½ x 29”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, framed, in apparently good condition.  $600/900

 

 

64

Tom Everhart (b. 1952) American

SUBMERGED DREAM, color lithograph, signed in ink, from the numbered edition 500, sheet 28 x 35”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, framed, in apparently good condition.  $600/900

 

 

65

Tom Everhart (b. 1952) American

IT’S THE HAT THAT MAKES THE DUDE, color lithograph, signed in ink, from the numbered edition 500, sheet 29 ½ x 22 ½”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, framed, in apparently good condition.  $600/900

 

 

66

Tom Everhart (b. 1952) American

HOLLYWOOD HOUND, color lithograph, signed in ink, from the numbered edition 500, image 24 x 32”, full margins, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, framed, in apparently good condition.  $600/900

 

 

67

Lorser Feitelson (1898-1978) Californian

UNTITLED, 1971, screenprint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 40, image 30 x 22”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

68

Jean Michel Folon (1934-2005) Belgian

LE MENACE I, color etching, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 50, image 18 ½ x 23 ¼”, full margins, some mild toning, otherwise in good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

69

Robert Frame (1924-1999) Californian

STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS, c.1995, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, signed and titled on verso, 42 x 36”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: acquired directly from artist by current owner.  $3000/6000

 

 

70

Francois Franc (1926-1989) French & George Jan Dispo (1922-1973) Netherlands (two)

Francois Franc VILLAGE DE BOURGOGNE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 28 ¾ x 23”, small surface soiling and scuffs, framed; George Jan Dispo OUDE DE DELFT, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 10 x 8”, framed, minor surface soiling, otherwise both in good studio condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

71

Sam Francis (1923-1994) Californian

TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE (SFS.333), 1987, color screenprint, signed in red pencil, from the numbered edition 115, sheet 34 x 22”, published by the artist, printed at La Paloma, some curl from being stored rolled, some small strips of scotch tape and associated skinning on verso, unobtrusive horizontal crease upper sheet edge, otherwise in good condition.  $500/800

 

 

72

Johnny Friedlaender (1912-1992) German

UNTITLED, color aquatint with etching, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 95, sight 28 ¾ x 20 ½”, framed, in apparently good condition with bright fresh colors.  $200/400

 

 

73

Furniture: Exotic table

Coffee or side table made of reclaimed wood door or hatch, with iron strapping and hooks, 34 x 23 x 17 ½”, in apparently good aged condition.  $200/400

 

 

74

Furniture: Chest

Lacquered wooden chest with carved bird design on lid and brass hardware, 35 x 18 x 18 ¼”, separation of boards on lid, otherwise in good antique condition. Provenance: The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

75

Ercole Garavaglia (19th Century) Italian

SEATED COUPLE, oil painting on Masonite, signed lower right, 23 ¼ x 15 ¼”, framed, some surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

76

Peter Gardner (20th Century) British

CABLE STREET 11, 1970, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower right, 34 x 44”, framed, minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance:  The Trafford Gallery, London; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

77

Jean Garnier (1853-1910) French

SALAMBO, cast bronze sculpture, signed, 21 ¼” tall, stress crack on backside of her right arm, otherwise in apparently good studio condition.  $2000/4000

 

 

78

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) with Andre Sequin (1869-1903)

LA FEMME AUX FIGUES, etching, plate 10 ½ x 16 ½”, full margins, The Collectors Guild edition, framed, pale discoloration in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

79

Jean de Gavardie (1909-1961) French

LANDSCAPE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 20 x 24”, framed, in good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

80

Christine Gray (20th/ 21st Century) American (three)

BROKEN COMPUTER; CUBIST LEMMING; BELTED, 2006, three oil paintings on panel, each signed dated and titled on verso, each 11 ½ x 11 ½”, all in good studio condition. (3)  $400/800

 

 

81

Todd Gray (b. 1962) Californian

TAXI 5, 1989, acrylic painting on canvas, signed dated and titled on lower right side, 76 ½ x 96 x 3 ½”, in good studio condition. Provenance: Schwartz / Cierlak Gallery, Santa Monica.  $2000/4000

 

 

82

Frank M. Hamilton (1930-1999) Californian

NO MAIL, watercolor on paper, signed and titled lower left, 18 x 24”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

83

Keith Haring (1959-1990) New York

UNTITLED, 1982, poster for nuclear disarmament, signed in marker, image 23 ¼ x 17 ¼”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

84

Keith Haring (1958-1990) American

UNTITLED, 1987, artist’s design fan from his Tokyo Pop Shop, signed and dated in design lower left, 11 ½ x 20 ¼”, mounted in Plexiglas box.  $300/600

 

 

85

Sam Hyde Harris (1889-1977) Californian

LANDSCAPE IN YELLOW AND PURPLE, oil painting on board, signed lower right, 16 x 20”, framed, some minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: Acquired from the artist’s wife.  $2000/3000

 

 

86

Arthur M. Hazard (1872-1930) Californian & another (two)

ILLUMINATED LANDSCAPE, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, 15 x 20” framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition; Together with A. Moreno BEACH SCENE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 19 x 27”, framed, flaking in the clouds, surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition (2).  $400/800

 

 

87

Steve Heino (20th / 21st Century) Californian

SEATED FIGURES, 1985, acrylic painting and gouache on illustration board, signed and dated on back board, 24 x 26 ¾”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

88

Leon Hermant (1866-1936) French/Chicago

BUST OF A SATYR, 1924, painted plaster, signed and dated, 20 ½ x 10 x 10 ½”, in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

89

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

LORETTA SWIT IN THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, 1986, ink drawing on paper, signed and titled in pencil lower right, sight 22 ¾ x 17 ¾”, framed, this image published in the New York Times on August 1st, 1986, in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: The Margo Feiden Galleries, New York.  $2000/4000

 

 

90

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

LAUREL & HARDY, lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 300, sheet 27 x 21”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, published by Rue Royale Fine Art, in good condition.  $500/700

 

 

91

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

ANTONY & CLEOPATRA, lithograph on Japanese paper, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 300, sheet 23 ¼ x 24”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, published by Rue Royale Fine Art, in good condition.  $500/700

 

 

92

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

RINGO, color lithograph on Japanese paper, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 300, sheet 22 ½ x 16”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, published by Rue Royale Fine Art, in good condition.  $500/700

 

 

93

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

GEORGE HARRISON, color lithograph on Japanese paper, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 300, sheet 16 x 22 ½”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, published by Rue Royale Fine Art, in good condition.  $500/700

 

 

94

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

LAW & ORDER, lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 300, sheet 19 ¾ x 24 ½”, printed by S2 Editions with blindstamp, published by Rue Royale Fine Art, in good condition.  $500/700

 

 

94 A

Al Hirschfeld (1902-2003) American

KATHERINE HEPBURN, color etching signed in pencil and with dedication to Peter Jones and ink drawing lower center, image 18 ½ x 12”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $500/800

 

 

95

Denes de Holesch (1910-1983) Hungarian/ American (two)

NEW YORK CITY, FIFTH AVENUE, oil painting on canvas board, signed lower right, 14 ¼ x 10”; LA MADELEINE, oil painting on canvas board, signed lower right, 9 ½ x 11 ½”, both framed with glass, both in apparently good studio condition. (2)  $500/1000

 

 

96

Jan Hoowij (1907-1987) Californian

EDEN, 1954, oil painting on Masonite, signed lower right, 40 x 30”, framed, a few hairline surface scuffs, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: Adamson Duvannes Galleries, Los Angeles.  $500/1000

 

 

97

Kyu-Baik Hwang (b. 1932) South Korea (six)

SERPENT HORN, 1981, six etchings, each signed in pencil and inscribed progressive proof 4 of 4, plates 11 ¾ x 13 ½”, all with full margins, two framed with glass, the framed ones in apparently good condition, unframed ones with toning and discolorations, smudges, one more than the other three, otherwise all in good to generally good condition. (6)  $300/500

 

 

98

Henri Gabriel Ibels (1867-1936) French & another (two)

Henri Gabriel Ibels THE CAFÉ CONCERT: KAM HILL, 1893, lithograph, signed on the stone, image 11 x 8 ½”, full margins, in apparently good condition; Artist Unidentified CITY SCENE, pre 1950?, sepia etching, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 30, plate 4 x 4 ½”, full margins, pale discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition, both framed, one with glass. (2)  $200/300

 

 

99

Herbert Isenberg (b. 1930) German

THE HUNT, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 24 x 36”, framed, minor surface soiling, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

100

Modern Italian Sculpture

UNTITLED, bronze sculpture, 13 ¾” tall, mounted in 4” wood base with remnants of Roman gallery label underneath, in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

101

Italian Artist Unidentified

AMULETA PER PROTEGGERE L’AMORE, 1966, silver metal with turquoise, amethyst and rhinestone sculptural plaque, titled and signed? and dated on verso label, 12 ¼ x 11 x 1 ½”, some surface soiling, in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: David Bright Collection.  $300/600

 

 

102

Leo Jansen (1930-1980) Dutch/ American

BRUNETTE NUDE WITH FLOWER IN HER HAIR, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 30 x 15”, with artist’s copyright and thumbprint and inventory number J-30682 on verso, discardable frame, in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

103

Leo Jansen (1930-1980) Dutch/ American

SEATED BLONDE NUDE WITH BROWN EYES & RED SCARF, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 36 x 18”, with artist’s copyright and thumbprint and inventory number J-30 54219 on verso, very minor edge wear from previous framing, otherwise in good studio condition..  $400/800

 

 

104

Leo Jansen (1930-1980) Dutch/ American

STANDING BLONDE NUDE WITH PURPLE SCARF, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 36 x 24”, with artist’s copyright and thumbprint and inventory number J 40 R47957 on verso, a few scuffs with minor surface loss, otherwise in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

105

Leo Jansen (1930-1980) Dutch/ American

RECLINING NUDE WITH LIGHT BROWN HAIR, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 36 x 18”, with artist’s copyright and thumbprint and inventory number 54336 J-38 on verso, scuffs with minor surface loss, discardable frame damaged.  $400/800

 

 

106

Nicolette Jelen (20th/21st Century) Tangier / American (five)

SACRIFICE OF ABRAHAM I-V, 1981, five color etchings, each signed and titled and inscribed hors commerce in pencil, plates 9 x 11 ¾”, all with full margins, a few soft handling creases, otherwise all in good condition. (5)  $300/600

 

 

107

Jenik (20th/ 21st Century_ Armenian/ American

COLORS IN MOTION, 2011, acrylic painting on canvas, signed and dated lower right, signed and titled on verso, 32 x 36”, in good studio condition.  $600/900

 

 

108

Jenik (20th/ 21st Century_ Armenian/ American

UNTITLED, 2013, acrylic painting on canvas, signed and dated lower right, 30 x 40”, in good studio condition.  $600/900

 

 

109

Ynez Johnston (b. 1920) Californian (two)

UNTITLED, a pair of watercolors with pastel and pencil on paper, one signed and dated 1960 lower right, 7 x 11” & 11 x 7”, framed with glass. (2)  $500/1000

 

 

110

Jean Jourdain (20th Century)

CITY ROOFTOPS IN COLOR, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right and signed on verso, 30 x 36”, framed, minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

111

Paula Kadunc (20th/ 21st Century) Brazilian

UNTITLED PURPLE GEOMETRIC, 2015, acrylic painting on canvas, signed and dated on verso, 35 ½ x 35 ½”, framed, with faint horizontal stretcher impression visible at certain angles in raking light, otherwise in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

112

Paula Kadunc (20th/ 21st Century) Brazilian

YELLOW/ GOLD GEOMETRIC, 2015, acrylic painting on canvas, signed and dated on verso, 39 ½ x 32 ½”, framed, with faint horizontal stretcher impression visible at certain angles in raking light, otherwise in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

113

Paula Kadunc (20th/ 21st Century) Brazilian (two)

UNTITLED PURPLE RED BLUE, 2012; UNTITLED BLACK/GRAY/ WHITE/ RED, 2011, two acrylic paintings on canvas, each signed and dated on verso, 35 ½ x 23 ½” & 27 ½ x 35 ½”, both framed and in good studio condition. (2)  $400/800

 

 

114

Emmanuel Mané-Katz (1894-1962) French/ Ukrainian

WOMAN IN RED, oil painting on canvas over board, signed lower right, 13 ¼ x 17 ¼”, framed, surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $2000/4000

 

 

115

Craig Kauffman (1932-2010) Californian

ANTHERIUM, 1984, color lithograph, signed in pencil, artist’s proof aside from the numbered edition, sheet 36 x 28”, framed, in apparently good condition, Provenance: The Works Gallery, Long Beach.  $200/400

 

 

116

Craig Kauffman (1932-2010) Californian

STILL LIFE, 1985, watercolor and mixed media on paper, signed and dated lower right, 40 ½ x 26”, slipped in frame, in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: The Works Gallery, Long Beach $2000/4000

 

 

117

Fernand Khnopff (1858-1921) Belgium

MADCHENKOPF, lithograph, signed on the stone, image 6 ¾ x 4 ¾”, full margins, framed with glass, a few soft creases, a few speckles, otherwise in apparently good condition. Provenance: RS Johnson International Gallery, Chicago; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

118

Lyman Kipp (1929-2014) American (two)

FANTASTIC CITY II, 1979; UNTITLED, two etchings, each signed in pencil, one from the numbered edition 75 & one an Hors Commerce aside from the numbered edition, plates 20 x 15 ¾” & 19 ½ x 15 ½”, both with full margins, some soft handling creases, some minor discoloration in margins, otherwise in good condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

119

Jeff Koons (b. 1955) Pennsylvania

BERNARDAUD, 2011, transfer-print on porcelain plate, 10 ¼” diameter, with hallmark signature in red & manufacturer's mark on verso, published in Collaboration with Art Production Fund & Sotheby's, in good condition, with original box.  $200/400

 

 

120

Emil Kosa Jr. (1903-1968) American

STANDING NUDE FEMALE, black charcoal drawing on brown paper, 24 x 18 ¼”, initialed in red pencil lower right, in apparently good studio condition.  $800/1200

 

 

121

Kosta Boda by Anna Ehrner (b. 1948)

FERTILITY, a pair of hand-blown glass installations, the first a green globular shaped hollow glass vessel with single opening and squiggly glass rod insert, overall 13 x 28 x 15”, the second a green hollow glass orb with single opening housing glass eggs loosely position in the interior, 10 x 11 x 9”, both signed and inscribed, the first with a Plexiglas stand, the pair in apparently good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

122

Peter Krasnow (1887-1979) Russian/ Californian

UNTITLED, 1930, woodblock print, signed and dated in pencil, image 6 ½ x 3 1/8”, full margins, framed with glass, pale discoloration spots in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

123

Fernand Labelle (b. 1934) Canadian

SOFT NOTES, oil painting on burlap, signed lower right, signed and titled on verso, 16 x 20”, framed, some minor surface soiling, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

124

E. G. Lalique (19th Century) French

PARISIAN STREET SCENE, oil painting on panel, signed lower right, 11 ½ x 16”, framed, some surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

125

Paul Landacre (1893-1963) Californian

HEADLAND, BIG SUR COAST, c.1930, woodblock print, signed and titled in pencil on verso, proof aside from the numbered edition 50, sheet 6 x 8”, tipped to another sheet, mild toning otherwise in good condition, the other sheet toned.  $1000/1500

 

 

126

Jake Lee (1911-1991) Chinese/California

LOS OLIVOS, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, sight 12 x 20”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

127

Jake Lee (1911-1991) Chinese/California

STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS, 1988, watercolor on paper, signed and dated lower center left, sight 12 x 20”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

128

after Fernand Leger (1881-1955) French (five)

UNTITLED, two silk scarfs, both initialed in the design, both numbered in ink (diminished) and from the numbered edition 250, each 31 x 31”, framed; UNTITLED, three porcelain plates, each initialed in design, each hallmarked Editions S. E. A. L. Musee Leger Biot and Chauvigny, France underneath, 9 ½” diameters, all in good condition. (5)  $300/600

 

 

129

after Fernand Leger (1881-1955) French

A DAY AT THE BEACH, color lithograph, initialed in the design, from the numbered edition 175, sheet reduced to 22 x 17”, framed, some toning, tideline stain lower margin, hairline scratch lower left, scratch upper left margins, otherwise in good condition, framed.  $200/400

 

 

130

Donald Lipski (b. 1947) Chicago

UNTITLED #104, 1987, fabric wrapped metal saw blade, 29 ½” diameter, in good studio condition, with accompanying wall mounting hook.  $2000/4000

 

 

131

Donald Lipski (b. 1947) Chicago

BUILDING STEAM #286, 1984, baseball, glass cylinder and wire cages, 4 x 29 x 4”, in good studio condition. Provenance: Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois (acquired directly from Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Art Auction, 1989)   $2000/4000

 

 

132

Peter Lodato (b. 1946) Californian

3 MARIAS #2, 1988, oil painting on canvas, signed on verso, also signed and dated on stretcher, 28 ¼ x 40”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: Hunsaker/ Scheslinger Associates.  $2000/4000

 

 

133

Theodore Lukits (1897-1992) Romanian/American

UNTITLED, oil painting on board, signed lower right, in artist’s painted old frame, overall 24 x 30”, loss lower right corner, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1500/2500

 

 

134

Timothy Marwood (1954-2008) & another (two)

THOMAS THE TANK & FRIENDS, 1989, ink drawing on Frisk illustration board for Marvel Comics, signed and dated lower right, image 10 ½ x 8 ½”, board 14 ¾ x 10”, in good production condition; Together with Artist Unknown FROSTY, acrylic painting on canvas, 18 x 14”, in good studio condition, both framed, the first lacking glass. (2)  $200/400

 

 

135

Marino Marini (1901-1980) Italian

LA SOPRESSA II (G.A169), 1973, color etching, signed in pencil, artist’s proof aside from the numbered edition, plate 25 ¼ x 19 ¼”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $700/900

 

 

136

Elena Markov (20th/ 21st Century) Russian

MOULIN ROUGE, color pastel on paper, signed lower right, 19 ½ x 25 ½”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: Simic/New Renaissance Gallery.  $200/400

 

 

136A

Peter Max (b. 1937) German/ American

PROFILE OF A LADY, 1990, aquatint etching, signed and dated in rainbow colored pencil, from the numbered edition 112, image10 ¾ x 8 ¾ ”, sheet 22 ¾ x 19 ½”, artist’s blindstamp lower left, published by Hanson Gallery, full margins, a couple soft handling creases in margins. Note: print was specially made for Hanson Gallery employees.  $200/400

 

 

137

Alexander McQueen (1969-2010) British

BJORK, HOMOGENIC, 1997, color poster, 60 x 41 ¼”, linen-backed, some small crescent cracks, mainly in upper black area, otherwise in good condition.  $200/400

 

 

138

Faris McReynolds (b. 1977) Texas

THE GREEN SOLDIER, 2006, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated on verso, 22 x 26”, in good studio condition. Provenance: Roberts & Tilton Gallery, Los Angeles. $1000/1500

 

 

139

Eliana Menasse (b. 1930) Mexican (two)

HOUSES, LANDSCAPE, two watercolors on paper, each signed, sizes 7 ½ x 10 ½”& 10 ½ x 7 ½", both framed, both with crinkles in the paper, Landscape probably faded, otherwise both in apparently good studio condition. (2)  $300/600

 

 

140

attributed Joan Miro (1893-1983) Spanish (five)

LITHOGRAPH III, two color lithographs on unmarked Arches-like wove paper, each signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 80 Roman numeral, 19 3/8 x 15”, one with tape stain right deckled edge and small accretion right margin; MARAVILLAS series, black state lithograph on BFK Rives, signed in pencil and inscribed H.C., aside from the numbered edition, sheet 29 3/8 x 20 ¾”, four small masking tape residue at sheet edges on verso beginning to show through on recto, toning at sheet edge, dimple, a couple soft impressions, soft handling creases; LITHOGRAPH II, black state lithograph on unmarked Arches-like wove paper, signed in pencil and inscribed H.C., sheet 17 5/8 x 14 ½”, four small tape stains on verso sheet edges starting to show through on recto, Together with UNTITLED, color lithograph double page illustration for a book, sheet 11 x 22 ¼”, with centerfold as issued, otherwise all in good condition.  (5)  $500/1500

 

 

141

Fred Money (1882-1956) French

NUDE WOMAN, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 24 x 36”, framed, minor surface soiling, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

142

David Montgomery (20th / 21st Century) American

RUNNER, 1991, assemblage of metal license plates, signed and dated on verso, 37 x 34 ½ x 1 ½”, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

143

Jose Montanes (1919-1998) Spanish

HIT ME, oil painting on canvas, signed upper left, 36 x 36”, in good studio condition. Provenance: The artist’s estate.  $700/1000

 

 

144

Jose Montanes (1919-1998) Spanish

FEELING THE SPRINGTIME, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 40 x 30”, framed, in good studio condition, with certificate from artist’s estate.  $700/1000

 

 

145

Jose Montanes (1919-1998) Spanish

CARNIVAL OF CLOWNS, oil painting on canvas, signed lower center, 30 x 36”, framed, in good studio condition, with certificate from artist’s estate.  $700/1000

 

 

146

Jose Montanes (1919-1998) Spanish

MUSIC ON THE MOVE, 1996, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower left, 48 x 36”, titled on verso, in good studio condition, with certificate from artist’s estate.  $1000/2000

 

 

147

Tom Morrow (1928-1994) American

ACTOR IN DRESSING ROOM, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 36 x 24”, framed, some surface soiling and pale spotting, spotting on verso, otherwise in good studio condition.  $800/1200

 

 

148

Harry Nadler (1930-1990) American

UNTITLED, 1959, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower right, signed and dated and titled on verso, 68 x 44 ½”, some small surface skinning upper center right edge, surface soiling, faint stretcher bar impressions, a few surface scuffs, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

149

Harry Nadler (1930-1990) American (two)

UNTITLED, 1959, ink and wash painting on paper, signed and dated lower right, sight 24 ¾ x 29 ½”, in apparently good studio condition; UNTITLED, 1958, color etching, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 20, image 17 ¾ x 18 ½”, full margins, a few discoloration speckles in margins, old masking tape around perimeter verso, otherwise in apparently good condition, both framed with glass. (2)  $500/1000

 

 

150

Reuben Nakian (1897-1986) New York

RECLINING NUDE, etching on chine colle, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 75, plate 13 ½ x 16 ¾”, full margins, framed with glass, a few discoloration speckles, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $200/300

 

 

151

Natasha Nicholson (20th/ 21st Century) American

ROOM WITH A COUCH, 1991, painted wood construction with assembled found objects, signed and dated on verso, 11 x 15 x 11 ½”, in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

152

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican

UNTITLED, 1962, oil painting on Masonite, signed and dated lower right, 27 ½ x 48 ¼”, framed, in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

153

Francesco Nonni (1885-1976) Italian

SEATED NUDE, 1953, sanguine pastel on paper, signed and inscribed X 53 lower center, sight 16 x 13”, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

154

Philippe Noyer (1917-1985) French

CHILDREN, 1948, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower left, 25 ½ x 18”, framed, in good studio condition.  $1500/2500

 

 

155

Vernon Nye AWS (b. 1915) California

LANDSCAPE WITH BIRDS, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, sight 10 ¾ x 14 ¾”, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $300/600

 

 

156

Juan O’Gorman (1905-1982) Mexican

EL DICTATOR, 1963, lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 50, image 9 x 13 ½”, full margins, some soft handling creases, ½” tear lower sheet edge, old tape residue on sheet edges verso beginning to appear on recto, otherwise in good condition.  $400/800

 

 

157

John Okulick (b. 1947) Californian

UNTITLED GRAY OVALS, 1986, painted wood construction, signed and dated twice underneath, 14 ¼ x 14 x 6 ½”, in good studio condition.  $1000/1500

 

 

158

Jean Baptiste Olive (1848-1936) French

TROUVILLE, oil painting on canvas over panel, signed lower right, 9 ½ x 12 ¾”, framed, in good studio condition.  $2000/4000

 

 

159

Mario Padovan (b. 1927) Italian

TRES LEMONS, 1967, acrylic painting on canvas, signed, dated and titled lower right, signed, dated and titled on verso, 21 ½ x 28 ¾”, surface soiling, a few minor scuffs in margins, otherwise in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

160

Pierre Pak (20th/21st Century) French

WOMAN WITH FLOWER IN HER HAIR, 2003, oil painting on archival board, signed and dated lower left, image 11 ¾ x 8 ½”, with the artist’s stamp in the full margins, framed with glass, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

161

Jules Pascin (1885-1930) French

TWO WOMEN, 1912, color pastel on paper, signed upper right, 9 x 9”, framed, creases along right edge, otherwise in apparently good condition. Provenance: Classic Antiques Gallery, LTD, Los Angeles.  $1500/2500

 

 

162

Carlos Raul Perez (b. 1953) American

WOMAN HOLDING, 1988, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, signed and dated on verso, 60 x 72”, an unobtrusive hairline spiral crack in the dress, with some professional restoration, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

163

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) & Marc Chagall (1897-1985)

Pablo Picasso DOS CONTES Series (B.471), 1947, etching, from the edition of 250, sheet 13 x 10 ¼”, some toning and discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; Together with Marc Chagall, UNTITLED, etching, signed in plate, from the edition 335, plate 8 ¼ x 11 ¼”, full margins, toning in margins at mat, in apparently good condition, both framed, one with glass. (2)  $800/1200

 

 

164

Picasso Lithographes Volumes I-IV (four)

PICASSO LITHOGRAPHE I, II, III, IV, four soft bound books, all with original lithographs and illustrations, texts in French: Lithographe I, 1919-1947, 1949, Mourlot, published Andre Sauret, Editions du Livre, Monte-Carlo, with lithograph cover and frontispiece, numbered 541 from the edition of 2500; Lithographe II, 1947-49, 1950, Andre Sauret, Editions du Livre, Monte-Carlo, with lithograph cover and frontispiece, from the edition of 2500; Lithographe III, 1949-56, printed 1956, Andre Sauret, Editions du Livre, Monte-Carlo, with lithograph cover and a color lithograph frontispiece, from a limited edition; Lithographe IV, 1956-1963, 1964, Andre Sauret, Editions du Livre, Monte-Carlo, with lithograph cover and frontispiece, from the edition of 3000, Volumes I & II with wear to cover, Volume II with bend on upper right corner pages, Volume III with some discoloration spots outside sheet edges, otherwise all in generally good used condition. (4)  $1500/2500

 

 

165

after Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Spanish (nine)

LE GOUT DU BONHEUR SERIES, 1970, eight lithographs, two in color, from the edition of 666, sheets 12 ¾ x 9 ¾”, published by Harry Abrams, Inc. New York; Together with DORA MAAR, lithograph print, from the edition 226, sheet 14 ½ x 11”, all framed, the first eight with glass, Le Gout album image with minor toning, otherwise all in apparently good condition. (9)  $1000/1500

 

 

166

after Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Spanish

PORTRAITS SHAKESPEARE, loose-leaf portfolio with twelve lithographs 18 ¾ x 12 ½” on folded double pages 18 ¾ x 25”, from the edition of 150, Editions Cercle D'Art, mild toning, otherwise in good condition.  $200/400

 

 

167

Art Books: Pablo Picasso (11) & others (8) (nineteen)

PICASSO LITHOGRAPHS, Hatje; PICASSO POSTERS, Czwiklitzer, Random House, two hardbound books; Together with six hardbound and three soft bounds books, titles include Picasso Sketchbook, Sculptures, Conversations with Picasso; Three volumes of Richardson’s Life Of Picasso; Picasso’s Vollard Suite; Picasso, Boeck & Sabartes, published by Harry Abrams; Together with six hardbound and two softbound art books, titles include The Amory Show at 100, Degenerate Art, Envisioning Modernism, books on Franz West, Georges Braque, Japanese Art Treasures, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and Hearst, The Collector, most in like-new condition, some in good used condition. (19)  $200/400

 

 

168

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

METAMORPHOSIS, 1993, cast bronze sculpture with grey green patina, signed and dated, inscribed 1/9, size 29 x 20 x 17”, mounted to 3” green marble base (with re-attached chip at corner), hairline scratches, a rub, scuff and small dings, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

169

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

WINDOWS #1, fabricated aluminum sculpture, overall 30 x 16 x 20 ¼”, in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

170

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

ENIGMA, carved white marble sculpture, 18 x 19 x 16”, on a 3 x 18 x 19” white marble base, overall 22 x 18 x 19”, a small and smaller chip at base of sculpture near stand, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

171

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

GORDIAN KNOT #123, cast bronze sculpture with green patina, signed, 8 ½ x 11 x 8”, mounted to 2” marble base, some minor wear on a couple of points, otherwise in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

172

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

SEMBLANCES #150, 1988, cast bronze sculpture, signed and dated, artist’s proof, 21 x 18 x 13”, mounted to 3 ½” marble base, in good studio condition.  $1000/2000

 

 

173

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

HOMAGE B - #132 (Mother & Child), 1988, cast bronze sculpture, signed and dated, artist’s proof, 8 ¼ x 9 ½ x 6”, mounted to 2” stepped marble base, in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

174

Essie Pinsker (1918-2007) American

ADVERSARY #129, cast bronze sculpture with brown patina, signed, artist’s proof, 14 ½ x 6 x 6”, mounted to 2 ½” stepped marble base, in good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

175

Ludovic-Rodo Pissarro (1878-1952) France (eighteen)

A collection of eighteen ink or pencil drawings on various types of paper or fragments, most on vellum, thirteen initialed LR in ink or pencil, five with artist’s oval LR initial stamp, sizes range from 6 ½ x 10” to 2 x 2 ¾”, all in good to generally good studio condition. Provenance: Clement Cohen fine arts dealer purchased from Stern Pissarro Gallery c.1985. (18)  $2000/4000

 

 

176

Ernest H. Pohl (1874-1956) Californian

BARRETT LAKE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, signed and titled on back, 24 ½ x 34”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: K. Nathan Gallery, La Jolla.  $1000/2000

 

 

177

Arnaldo Pomodoro (b. 1926) Italian

UNTITLED, 1962, bronze with swivel chrome base, signed and dated on the base, 5 ¾ x 3 ¼ x 1 ¼”, some oxidation and tarnishing, a couple tiny dings and scratches on base, otherwise in good studio condition.  $2000/4000

 

 

178

Poster Collection (twenty-one)

ELSWORTH KELLY; EDUARDO CHILLIDA; JOAN MIRO, three color lithograph posters, sizes 25 ½ x 20 to 31 ½ x 21”, two published by Maeght, one by Arte Paris; BRAQUE, color poster, 39 ¼ x 28 ½”; Together with KB Hwang lithograph poster, signed in pencil, 25 ¾ x 21 ½”; Jean-Michel Folon, five screenprint posters on silver stock, signed on the plate, sheets 23 5/8 x 16”; Picasso 1960’s exhibition posters, LACMA & Houston Museum of Fine Art, 29 x 20 ¼” & 32 x 17 ½”; Together with exhibition posters by Carlotti, Nakian, Amadouni, Knox Martin, Einbeck, Hunter and a Rose Hartman Broadway poster, various sizes and conditions, some creases and handling creases, a few edge tears, scuffs, otherwise all in good to generally good condition. (21)  $200/400

 

 

179

1972 Olympic Poster Collection (eighteen)

OLYMPICS, eighteen color lithograph posters, each signed on the stone or plate, sheets 40 x 25”, all published by Edition Olympia, artists include David Hockney (2), Tom Wesselmann, Pierre Soulages, Josef Albers (2), Charles Lapique, Fritz Witer (2), Horst Antes, Shuskara Arakawa, Eduardo Chillida, Piero D’Orazio (3), Otmar Alt, Allen Jones, Allan D’Arcangelo (2), Valerio Adami, R. B. Kataj, Richard Smith, Max Bill (5), Jacob Laurence, Alan Davie, Peter Phillips, Paul Wunderlich (3), sheets 40 x 25”, some with creases and soft handling creases, some edge wear, some with small edge tears, some with some discoloration, some with some small edge loss, some bug debris, two Max Bill with a 2 ½” tear, otherwise all in good to generally good condition. (18)  $1500/2500

 

 

180

Printmakers: Tomoe Yokoi, Bertram Dorny, Arun Bose, Ebert K. & Gallager (five)

Tomoe Yokoi APPLE, color mezzotint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 30 Roman numerals, image 11 ½ x 11 ½”; Bertram Dorny TOPOGRAPHIE AGRAIRE, color intaglio, signed in pencil, artist’s proof aside from the numbered edition, image 24 ¾ x 18 ¾”, some clouding on glass where touching surface of the print; Arun Bose UNTITLED, color intaglio, signed in pencil, artist proof aside from a numbered edition, image 23 ½ x 17 ¼”, some toning and speckles, mainly in margins; Ebert K. WELF HOLZEN, color mezzotint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 10 Hors Commerce Roman numerals, image 3 ¼ x 3 ¼”, some very pale discoloration; K. Gallager CASHEL, color etching, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 150, image 13 ½ x 15 ¾”, overall light discoloration; All with full margins and framed with glass and in otherwise apparently good condition. (5)  $300/600

 

 

181

J. Reid (19th Century)

WOMAN WITH LACE COLLAR, 1871, oil painting on canvas mounted to board, sight 19 ¼ x 15 ¼”, framed, in good restored condition.  $500/1000

 

 

182

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) Dutch

OLD BEARDED MAN IN HIGH FUR CAP WITH EYES CLOSED (B.290; NH.148; H.290) c.1635, etching, signature upper left, plate 11.3 x 10.2 cm or 4 ½ x 4 1/16”, with thin margins, printed on chain laid paper, appears to be a later second state before the reworking of the lower right corner, some minor creases, otherwise in good condition, framed with glass.  $1500/2500

 

 

183

Julian Ritter (1909-2000) Californian/ Hawaiian

THE MUSICIAN, oil painting on Masonite, signed lower right, 14 ¾ x 11”, framed, surface soiling, lacquer yellowed, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: Mr. & Mrs. Zeppo Marx Estate Auctioned by Roy Goldenberg, Beverly Hills; Dolly Bright Collection.  $200/400

 

 

184

William Roberts (1920-2001) Canadian

PURINA CHOWS, watercolor on paper, signed and titled lower center, 20 ¼ x 27 ¾”, framed with glass, some dust accumulation inside frame, otherwise in apparently good studio condition. Provenance: Far Gallery, NYC; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

185

Amelio Roccamonte (b. 1927) Italian

UNTITLED, 1962, cast bronze sculpture, signed and dated, 5 ¼ x 9 ¼ x 2 ¾”, post hole needs to be re-tapped, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: David Bright Collection.  $500/1000

 

 

186

Georges Rouault (1871-1958) French

DORS MON AMOUR, 1935, color aquatint etching, initialed in the plate lower left, image 12 x 8 ¼”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition. Provenance: Leslie Sacks Fine Art.  $2000/3000

 

 

187

Georges Rouault (1871-1958) French

PECHEUR from the Passion, 1936, color aquatint etching, inscribed and initialed in ink lower right, image 12 x 8 ¼”, full margins, framed, with glass, in apparently good condition. Provenance: Leslie Sacks Fine Art.  $600/900

 

 

188

Georges Rouault (1871-1958) French

LE RENCHERI, 1935, color aquatint etching, initialed in the plate lower left, image 12 ¼ x 8”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition. Provenance: Leslie Sacks Fine Art.  $800/1200

 

 

189

Georges Rouault (1871-1958) French

ENFANT DE LA BALLE, 1938, color aquatint etching, initialed in the plate lower right, image 11 ¾ x 7 ¾”, full margins, framed with glass, some toning at extreme sheet edges, otherwise in apparently good condition.  Provenance: Leslie Sacks Fine Art.  $1000/2000

 

 

190

Guy Rowbury (20th Century) Montana/ Idaho

LA MAR, gouache and watercolor on paper, signed lower right, sight 3 ½ x 15 ½”, with miniature lance, 8” long, all in one frame, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

191

Richards Ruben (1925-1998) American (two)

UNTITLED, 1962, two color pastel and ink drawings with on paper, each signed and dated lower right, sights 16 ¾ x 11 ¾” & 8 ½ x 9 ¼”, both framed with glass, the larger with a small tear at left sheet edge, possibly small mended tear lower left, the smaller with some small scratches and nicks, otherwise both in apparently good studio condition. (2)  $1000/2000

 

 

192

Shelia Ruth (20th Century) American

TRANSMIGRATION #19, 1989, oil painting on canvas, signed, dated and titled on verso, 75 x 55”, minor wear lower left corner, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: Ashkenazy Galleries.  $500/1000

 

 

193

Betye Saar (b. 1926) Californian

NOEL, sepia etching, signed in pencil, image 5 ¾ x 4 ¾”, full margins, framed with glass, pale discoloration in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

194

Allen Sapp (b. 1929) Canadian/ Cree

LANDSCAPE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 30 x 24”, framed, some surface soiling, pale spotting in the sky, spotting on verso, otherwise in good studio condition.  $1500/2500

 

 

195

Tom Savage (b. 1953) American

GONE AWAY, 2012, oil and acrylic painting with graphite on canvas, signed, dated and titled on verso, 36 x 24”, in good studio condition.  $1200/1500

 

 

196

Tom Savage (b. 1953) American

UNTITLED, 1989, oil and acrylic painting with graphite on wood panel, signed, dated and titled on verso, 28 x 21”, in good studio condition.  $1200/1500

 

 

197

Ben Shahn (1898-1969) Lithuanian/ American

WOMEN, color lithograph, signed in the design, sight 20 ¼ x 16”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

198

Nicola Simbari (1927-2012) Italian

LA PLAGE, color screenprint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 200, image 30 ½ x 34 ½”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

199

John Sloan (1871-1951) New York & Howard Simon (1902-1979) New York (two)

John Sloan NUDE & NEWS, etching, signed in pencil and inscribed 100 proofs, plate 5 ¼ x 7”, full margins, minor discoloration in margins; Howard Simon BACHANNAL, c.1935, woodblock print, signed in pencil, image 11 x 7”, full margins, both framed, one with glass, otherwise both in apparently good condition. (2)  $500/800

 

 

200

Jacques Soisson (1928-2012) (2) & Jean Sariano (b. 1943) (2) (four)

Jacques Soisson UNTITLED, two color lithographs, each signed in pencil, an artist’s proof and one from the numbered edition 150, sheets 30 ½ x 23”, a few minor surface scuffs; Jean Sariano HAPPY BIRDS DAY ONLY, 1979; CHICKEN OF THE SEA, two color intaglios, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 300 & 99, sheets 31 x 27 ¾” & 29 ½ x 27 ¾”, some creases and soft handling creases, one with small edge tears upper left margin, otherwise all in good condition. (4)  $200/400

 

 

201

Raphael Soyer (1899-1987) American (two)

TWO SEATED WOMEN, color pastel with watercolor and pencil on paper, signed lower right, 20 ½ x 14 ½”, minor discoloration at sheet edges, otherwise in good studio condition; COUPLES, lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 50, sheet 22 x 26”, creases and cockling, otherwise in apparently good condition, both framed with glass. (2)  $500/1000

 

 

202

Walter Spitzer (b. 1927) Poland France

COUPLE IN BACK OF WAGON, gouache on paper, signed lower right and in scribed pour Patty, 20 x 26”, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

203

Walter Spitzer (b. 1927) Poland France

TWO WOMEN IN THE GARDEN, gouache on paper, signed lower right, sight 17 ½ x 23 ½”, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

204

Walter Spitzer (b. 1927) Poland France (three)

FIGURE WITH COWS, 1963, watercolor and pastel on paper, signed and dated lower right, sight 9 ¼ x 12 ¼”; HANDS, 1982, two ink drawing on paper with poem and dedication (one in English and one in French) sights 11 ¼ x 8” & 8 x 10 ¼”, all framed with glass, all in apparently good studio condition. (3)  $300/600

 

 

205

Walter Spitzer (b. 1927) Poland France (four)

RECLINING COUPLE, 1967, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, dated on verso, 7 ½ x 10 ½”, contraction craquelure lower left, scuff and dimple lower left; EROTIC IMAGES, three etchings, each signed in pencil, all artist’s proofs, plates, 11 x 17”, 11 x 8 ½” & 1 ¾ x 8”, all with full margins and framed with glass, all in apparently good condition. (4)  $200/400

 

 

206

Paul Stahr (1883-1953) & Mexican Movie Poster (two)

BE PATRIOTIC, c.1917, WWI color lithograph poster, signed in design, 29 x 21”, published by the US Food Administration, printed by W. F. Powers Co., creases, tears, toning; Together with QUE LINDO CHA CHA CHA, Ana Bertha Lepe, color poster, printed in Mexico, 37 ½ x 27”, linen-backed, framed, in apparently good condition with small restoration lower sheet edge. Provenance: The Estate of Rod McKuen. (2)  $200/400

 

 

207

Star Wars Movie Poster & Insert (two)

STAR WARS, 1977, Lucasfilms Ltd & 20th Century Fox, Inc, original release color posters, the first a one-sheet, style A format, 40 ½ x 27”, with numbering 77/21; the second an insert, 36 x 14”, both printed by Litho in USA, both printed on thick rolled sheet stock never folded, both with some minor curling from being rolled, the one-sheet with minor toning on left sheet edge, otherwise both in good condition. (2)  $300/600

 

 

208

Theophile Steinlen (1859-1923) & Rene Pean (1875-1955) (two)

Theophile Steinlen LA PAYSE, lithograph with gouache painted background, signed on stone upper right, initialed ST in pencil lower right, from the numbered edition 400, sight 18 ¾ x 11 ¾”, some discoloration speckles; Together with Rene Pean TAPIS D’ ORIENT, color lithograph, image 11 x 7 ¾”, Les Maitres De L’ Affische blindstamp lower right, printed by Imp. Chiax, some mild toning and discoloration, both framed, otherwise both in apparently good condition. (2)  $300/600

 

 

209

Lewis Suzuki (b. 1920) Californian

YELLOW SUNSET, watercolor on paper, signed lower left, sight 20 ½ x 14 ½”, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

210

Itzchak Tarkay (1935-2012) Israeli

TWO WOMEN AT CAFÉ, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 350, image 19 ¾ x 19 ¾”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

211

Ten Have (20th Century) Dutch

AFGHANISTAN, 1984, watercolor, color pencil and graphite on paper, signed and dated lower left, 24 x 34”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

212

Theo Tobiasse (b. 1927) French

GRANDE DAME; LE INFANT; EVE; SERENADE, four color lithographs, each signed in pencil, from the numbered editions 310, three sheets 35 ½ x 23 ½”, one sheet 23 ½ x 35 ½”, some soft handling creases, otherwise all in good condition.  $500/1000

 

 

213

Francisco Toledo (b. 1940) Mexican

THE JOCKEY color lithograph, signed in pencil, inscribed P A, aside from a numbered edition, image 24 x 16”, full margins, horizontal creases with collateral hairline cracking from rolling, soft handling creases, otherwise in good condition.  $400/800

 

 

214

Henri Toulouse Lautrec (1864-1901) French

ACHETEZ MES BELLES VIOLETTES (D.140), 1895, lithograph, sight 11 ¼ x 8 ¼”, framed with glass, soft handling creases, small blemish lower right, otherwise in apparently good condition. $500/1000

 

 

215

after Henri Toulouse Lautrec (1864-1901) French (two)

THE CIRCUS, 1990, the complete portfolio of thirty-nine color lithographs plus cover by Marc Kniebihler after Toulouse-Lautrec, the thirty-nine individually numbered from the edition 350, published by Original Artworks Ltd., sheets 16 ¾ x 12 ½” & 12 ½ x 16 ¾”, in like new condition; Together with WOMAN COMBING HER HAIR, color lithograph, with facsimile signature stamps and Muse Henri Toulouse Lautrec Albi blindstamp lower left, from the numbered edition 275, image 24 x 18 ½”, full margins, toned, otherwise in good condition.  (2)  $200/400

 

 

216

Jeff Tritel (b. 1949) Californian

WINGED KITTY, cast bronze with brown patina, signed, from the edition 20, size 5 ½ x 9 ¾ x 6”, mount to 3” tall marble base, comes with artist’s studio certificate and letter, in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

217

Ernest Trova (1927-2009) Missouri

FLOATING MAN, MANSCAPES I, 1969, color screenprint, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 175, image 26” diameter, full margins, Pace Editions New York, framed with glass, some toning in margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

218

Roberta De La Vega (20th Century) Texan/ Californian

GIRL WITH SHAWL, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 40 x 30”, framed, minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

219

Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004) American

BIG BLONDE WITH CHOKER, 1992, color screenprint on museum board, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 90, sight 49 x 69”, printed by Screened Images, published by Images International, framed, a few small unobtrusive light surface accretions in the upper right margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $15,000/25,000

 

 

220

George H. Wheatley (20th Century) American

MOONLIT WATERS, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 24 x 36”, framed, lacquer yellowed, some surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.  $200/400

 

 

221

Peter Woltze (1860-1925) German/ American

STREET MARKET, TERRACINA, ITALY, 1897, watercolor on paper, signed, dated and titled lower center right, 12 ½ x 9 ½”, framed with glass, in apparently good studio condition.  $500/1000

 

 

222

Annie Yakutis (b. 1953) Californian

FOG #3, 2005, graphite drawing on paper, signed and dated on verso, 40 ½ x 40 ½”, framed, in apparently good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

223

Jack Zajac (b. 1929) American

CATHEDRAL, acrylic painting on board, 25 ½ x 19 ½”, framed with glass, a few small nicks and hairline scratches, masking tape around perimeter verso, otherwise in good studio condition.  $400/800

 

 

224

Albert Zavaro (b. 1925) Turkish/ French

THE LITTLE BOAT, oil painting on canvas, signed lower left, 8 ½ x 14”, framed, in good studio condition. Provenance: RS Johnson International Gallery Chicago; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $200/400

 

 

225

Albert Zavaro (b. 1925) Turkish/ French

YOUNG WOMEN IN WIND, 1969, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 44 ¾ x 57 ¾”, framed, some craquelure, a screw-eye ding lower center right with tiny breakage, minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition. Provenance: RS Johnson International Gallery, Chicago; The Estate of Rod McKuen.  $400/800

 

 

226

Rosanna Zhang (20th Century) Chinese (two)

THE LADY OF EDEN, THE CHARMING PIPER, each a gouache with glitter on rice paper, signed lower right, 23 ¾ x 24 ¼”, the first with some creases mainly at right sheet edge, the second with two vertical and one diagonal creases otherwise both in good studio condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

227

Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998) Costa Rican

DOS JUCHITECAS SENTADAS (B.20), 1974, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 19 artist’s proofs, sheet 21 x 26 ¾”, in good condition, in good condition.  $700/900

 

 

228

Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998) Costa Rican

DOS MUJERES SENTADAS CON REBOZOS (B.25), 1976, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 72, sheet 16 x 19 ¾”, printed and published by Kyron, S. A. Mexico, framed, in apparently good condition.  $1000/1500

 

 

229

Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998) Costa Rican

WOMEN BY THE FIRE (B.29), 1977, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 100, sheet 22 x 29 ½”, printed and published by Kyron Mexico City, framed, in apparently good condition.  $1000/1500

 

 

230

Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998) Costa Rican

ZUNIGA, 1974, the portfolio of nineteen (of twenty) color prints, each with signature and date in the design, sheets 25 x 18 ½” & 18 ½ x 25”, from the edition of 2000, published by Galeria De Arte Misrachi, S.A. Mexico, in original portfolio case, a few unobtrusive soft handling creases, one mounted to board for previous framing with background colors attenuated, otherwise in good condition.  $600/900

 

 

231

Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979) Japanese & Yoshiharu Kimura (b. 1934) Japanese (two)

SPRING MOON, 1976, color woodblock print, signed and dated in pencil lower right and inscribed lower left, image 4 ¾ x 7 ¼”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition; Yoshiharu Kimura HORSE, 1978, color woodblock, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 65, image 3 ½ x 5 ½”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition. (2)  $400/800

 

 

232

Paul Jacoulet (1896-1960) French

VENT DE NORD COREE (M.131), 1953, color woodblock print, signed in pencil, image 15 ¼ x 11 ¾”, full margins, framed, in apparently good condition.  $1500/2500

 

 

233

Japanese Erotica (20th Century) (twelve)

PILLOW BOOK, twelve anonymous Showa period watercolors, sheets 7 ¼ x 10”, in good studio condition. (12)  $1000/2000

 

 

234

Shiro Kasamatsu (1898-1991) Japanese (two)

SEA OF ECHIGO, 1957; SUNSET SKY, 1932, two color woodblock prints, each with character and publishers stamps, sheets 15 x 10 ½”, both in good condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

235

Modern Japanese prints (four)

Hideo Yoshihara (1931-2007) TO DAY, 1960, color lithograph, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 15, toning and discoloration, sheet 25 ¼ x 18 ¾”, toning, discoloration, small stains, otherwise in good condition; Ohno Bakufu (1888-1976) FAMOUS VIEWS OF KYOTO, color woodblock print, character and publishers stamps, sheet 11 ¼ x 16”, pale toning to paper, otherwise in good condition; Shodo Kawarazaki (1889-1973) LOTUS, color woodblock print, character and publishers stamps, sheet 15 ½ x 10 ¾”, in good condition; Akio Yamao (b. 1933) EMAG, 1974, etching, signed and dated in pencil, from the numbered edition 100, image 4 ¾ x 7”, full margins, a few pale discoloration spots in margins, otherwise in good condition.  (4)  $200/400

 

 

236

Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997) Japanese & Kaoru Kawawo (1916-1965) Japanese (two)

DAIKON DERA, KYOTO, 1966, color woodblock print, signed lower right image, from the numbered edition 100, image 14 ¾ x 20 ½”, full margins, some minor discoloration and creases, otherwise in good condition, with artist’s woodblock label on verso; Kaoru Kawawo TWO BIRDS, color woodblock print, signed in pencil, a proof aside from the numbered edition 100, image 9 ¼ x 14 ¾”, full margins, in good condition. (2)  $400/800

 

 

237

Junichiro Sekino (1914-1988) Japanese & Kunihiro Amano (b. 1929) Japanese (two)

PROFILE OF A WOMAN, 1956, color woodblock print, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 100, image 21 ½ x 5”, full margins, framed with glass, in apparently good condition; Kunihiro Amano ARUHYOJO (Certain Expression), 1960, color woodblock print, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 50, sight 13 x 21”, framed with glass, in apparently good condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

238

Komei (Hiroaki) (Shotei) Takahashi (1871-1945) Japanese

FUJI FROM MIZUKUBO, 1936, color woodblock print, character and publishers stamps, published by Watanabe, sheet 10 ¼ x 15 ¼”, linen hinges on three of the recto corner margins, otherwise in good condition.  $800/1200

 

 

239

Sadao Watanabe (b. 1913) Japanese (two)

PRODIGAL SON, 1965, color woodblock print, signed and dated, from the numbered edition 50, sheet 26 x 22 ½”; THE FINDING OF MOSES IN THE REEDS, 1979, color woodblock print, character and publishers stamps, sheet 13 x 9”, both in good condition. (2)  $400/800

 

 

240

Hodaka Yoshida (1926-1995) Japanese

STOP WATCH, 1967, color woodblock print, signed in pencil, from the numbered edition 50, image 22 ¼ x 17 ½”, full margins, framed with glass, a few creases in the left margin, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $200/400

 

 

241

Japanese woodblock print collection of anonymous & unidentified artists (thirty-six)

Pillow book with four color woodblock prints, sheets 8 x 11 ¾”, mild toning from age, with worn portfolio cover; VARIOUS, twenty-one color woodblock prints, some are matching panels from triptychs or larger series, some with stamps and seals, average sheet 14 ½ x 9 ¾”, overall in generally good condition to good condition; ACTORS, color woodblock triptych, overall 10 x 22 ½”, wormholes, otherwise in good condition; VARIOUS, a collection of five smaller woodblock prints ranging from 7 x 9 ½” to 7 x 4 ½”, in generally good condition; ANIMAL BATTLES, four color woodblock prints, sheets 9 x 9 ¾”, in generally good condition; Together with FIGHTING BIRDS, work on thin Japan paper, 21 ½ x 23 ½”, with folds, rectangular trimmed upper left corner, otherwise in generally good condition. (36)  $1000/2000

 

 

242

Japanese woodblock print collection of anonymous & unidentified artists (eleven)

Eleven color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: BEAUTIES, c.1900, sheets 9 x 6 ¾”, some small stains and creases, otherwise in apparently good aged condition; COUPLE WITH INSET OF A YOUTH, 1900’s, sheet 8 ½ x 10”, in apparently good aged condition; BEAUTY WITH A KNIFE, sheet 8 ½ x 10 ¾”, some thinning, some bleeding, repaired tears, otherwise in generally good condition; KYOTO SANMI (1926), sheet 7 x 8 ¼”, flattened centerfold, wear around edges, mild toning, otherwise in apparently good aged condition; LOYALTY sheet 7 x 8 ¼”, some minor discoloration and toning, some colors possible attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; PARODY OF THE MONTHS WITH KABUKI ACTOR PORTRAIT AND CRAFTSMAN CARRY-ALL sheet 7 x 8”, some corner loss upper right, minor toning and discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; SANYUTEI ENCHO sheet 9 ¾ x 6 ½”, mild toning, some colors possibly attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; LADY IN WAITING, sheet 7 ½ x 5 ¼”, discoloration, some repair, colors attenuated, otherwise in generally good condition; UNTITLED, single page, hand-colored, sheet 9 ½ x 7 ¼”, some toning, some surface wear, some colors possibly attenuated, otherwise in good aged condition. (11)  $200/400

 

 

243

Japanese woodblock print collection of anonymous & unidentified artists (five)

Five color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: UNTITLED, (1847-52), sheet 14 x 9 ½”, staining, some edge repair, otherwise in aged condition; UNTITLED (1847-52), sheet 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, trimmed, worm hole repairs, some discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; KABUKI ACTORS PLAYING KUBI-HIKI, sheet 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, some worm holes, some edge losses, discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; SERICULTURE, 1880s? sheet 14 ½ x 10”, minor discoloration, otherwise with strong colors; FAN PRINT, BIRD AND PEONY, sheet 10 ½ x 8 ¾”, with rich red background. (5)  $200/300

 

 

244

Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) Japanese (eleven)

VARIOUS, eleven color woodblock prints: three singles, a group of four, two matching panels and two mismatched panels, each with character and publishers or other stamps, sheets 14 x 9”, most in very good condition, most with strong coloring. (11)  $500/1000

 

 

245

Chobunsai Eishi (1756-1829) & Torii Kiyonaga (1752-1815) Japanese (two)

GEISHAS, two color woodblock prints, with character stamps, sheets 11 ¼ x 8 ½”, both framed and with some minor toning, otherwise in apparently good aged condition. (2)  $200/400

 

 

246

Hiroshige (1797-1858) Japanese (six)

VARIOUS, six color woodblock prints, each with character and publishers stamps, sheets 14 x 9” to 7 ½ x 10 ½”, some faded and other minor defects. (6)  $500/1000

 

 

247

Tsukioka Kogyo (1869-1927) (3), Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908) (2), Watanabe Seitei/Shotei (1851-1918) (2) (seven)

Seven color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: Tsukioka Kogyo (1869-1927) MIWA from 100 Noh Dramas series, c.1922-1926, sheet 14 ¾ x 10”, stain upper right corner verso, old glue remnants left verso, otherwise in apparently good condition; SINGING WOMAN from New XX Series, 1901, sheet 9 ½ x 13 ¾”, flatten center fold, discoloration, some color attenuated; MAKURA JIDO from Illustrations of Noh Drawa Series, 1898, sheet 10 x 14 ¾”, some minor discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908) CATCHING FIREFLIES from 1000 XX Flowers Series, c.1900, sheet 9 ½ x 13 ¾”, flattened center fold with center crease patches, repaired worm holes, minor toning, otherwise in apparently good condition; JAKKO IN TEMPLE, 1901, sheet 8 ¾ x 11 ¾”, in apparently good condition; Watanabe Seitei/Shotei (1851-1918) BOY WITH KITE AND GEISHA, c.1900, sheet 7 ½ x 9 ¾”, on two attached sheets, minor toning, some color may be attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; DIETY (MANJUSRI) VIEWING SCULPTOR, c.1906, sheet 8 ¾ x 12”, two flattened folds, some worm holes, some small edge loss, otherwise in apparently good condition. (7)  $300/500

 

 

248

Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900) Japanese (twelve)

Twelve color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: TRIPTYCH sheets 14 x 9 ¼”, in good condition; TWO MATCHING PANELS each 14 ¼ x 9 ¾”, in good condition; SEVEN VARIOUS, average 14 ¼ x 9 ¾”, two paper backed, one with some losses, others in good to generally good condition; TWO PANELS from a series, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ¾”, in generally good condition; DIPTYCH, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, with dark speckles throughout, otherwise in generally good condition. (12)  $500/1000

 

 

249

Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) Japanese

WILD BOAR, triptych, color woodblock prints, character and publishers stamps, each panel 15 x 10”, in apparently good aged condition.  $200/400

 

 

250

Utagawa Kunisada II & III Japanese (nineteen)

Nineteen color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: TRIPTYCH, sheets 14 x 9 ½”, strong colors; TWO PANELS probably from a triptych, each 14 ½ x 9 ¾”; CHARACTERS, four sheets 14 ½ x 9 ¾”, in good to general good condition; NOH PLAY, 1852, portfolio with four (of six) sheets 11 x 9”, all in excellent condition, with worn portfolio case; VARIOUS designs, eight sheets 7 x 4 ½”, paperbacked, in good to generally good condition; THREE PANELS of possibly four or more panels, sheets 7 x 4 ½”, in generally good condition. (19)  $500/1000

 

 

251

Kunisada III (1848-1920) Japanese (eight)

Eight color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: THREE TRIPTYCHS, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ½” & 14 ¾ x 10 ¼”, in good condition, some color attenuation in, one with right panel loss upper right corner; STANDING WOMAN, diptych, sheets 14 ½ x 9 ¾”, some color attenuation and toning; ACTORS, four sheets average 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, one with some color attenuation, some worm holes, staining, the other with a burn hole and staining, otherwise in good condition. (8)  $500/1000

 

 

252

Utagawa Kunisada aka Toyokuni III Japanese (ten)

Ten color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: TWO TRIPTYCHS, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, the first in very good condition, with strong colors, the second in generally good condition; VARIOUS, eight prints, four sheets averaging 13 ½ x 9”, two 14 ¾ x 9 ¾”, one 9 ½ x 7”, one 7 x 4 ½”, all in generally good to good condition, some with color attenuation. (10)  $500/1000

 

 

253

Kuniyoshi (1798-1861 or 1838-1912) Japanese (twenty-three)

Twenty-three color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: FOUR TRIPTYCHS and TWO TRIPTYCHS (or three panels of a larger series) sheets average 14 ½ x 9 ¾”; VARIOUS, thirteen prints, twelve sheets 14 ½ x 9 ½”, one sheet 12 x 7” with losses, all in good to generally good condition; THREE PANELS from a larger series, mounted to card, some worm holes, colors attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition, overall 14 ½ x 28 ¾”; Together with KUNIYOSHI SCHOOL, sheet 6 ½ x 6”. (23)  $1000/2000

 

 

254

Unrecorded Shijo school artists (late Edo period) Japanese (five)

Five color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: PERFUME BAG AND BLOSSOMS, sheet 7 ½ x 7 ½”, two flattened folds, some minor discoloration, some colors appear to be attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; FAMILY RETURNING FROM A FESTIVAL, sheet 8 ½ x 7 ½”, trimmed, creases, colors attenuated, some discoloration, otherwise in good aged condition; BATTLEDORE AND INGOT WITH POEMS, c.1840’s-50’S, sheet 5 x 8”, trimmed, apparently some color attenuation, otherwise in apparently good condition; WRITING SET AND CAMELLIA, sheet trimmed to 3 x 5”, some colors apparently attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; CHILDREN AT A SHRINE, sheet trimmed to 8 ¼ x 4 ¾”, flattened fold, otherwise in apparently good aged condition. (5)  $200/400

 

 

255

Ryuryukyo Shinsai (1764?-1820) Japanese (two)

DOLLS OF NARA (1818-1820), color woodblock print, signed and sealed Ryusai, sheet 8 ½ x 7 ¼”, some creases and minor discoloration, a little wear, some of the colors attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; WOMAN READING, c.1810, color woodblock print, sheet 3 ¾ x 5 ½”, creases, wear, worm holes, colors attenuated, otherwise in fair condition.  $400/600

 

 

256

Katsukawa Shuncho (flourished c.1780-1795) Japanese

BEAUTIES ON A SPRING EXCURSION, color woodblock print, signed and with Kiwame censor seal and publisher mark, sheet 15 ¼ x 10”, in aged condition with some fading.  $300/600

 

 

257

Natori Shunsen (1886-1960) Japanese

GEISHA, color woodblock print, character and publishers stamps, sheet 15 ¾ x 10 ½”, some very pale toning at sheet edge, otherwise in good condition with very good colors.  $200/400

 

 

258

Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908) Japanese (thirty-one)

SANJYU ROKU KASEN Series, 1893, thirty color woodblock prints, each with character and publishers stamps, published by Buemon Akiyama, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, attached back-to-back, of which there are eight single back-to-back, three panel back-to-back, four panel back to back, with brocade cover; Together with a single subject, color woodblock print, character and publishers stamps, 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, all in good age condition. (31)  $1500/3000

 

 

259

Utagawa Toyokuni (Toyokuni I) (1769-1825) Japanese (nine)

Nine color woodblock prints: Five singles and a group of four, each with character and publishers or other stamps, sheets 15 x 10 ¼” to 12 x 5 ½”, in generally good condition with some colors attenuated. (9)  $400/800

 

 

260

Toyokuni II (2), Toyokuni IV (3), Toyokuni V (3) Japanese (eight)

Eight color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: Toyokuni II, GEISHAS, two sheets 7 x 4 ½”, each paper-backed, colors attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; Toyokuni IV, three sheets 14 ½ x 10”, 14 x 9 ¾” & 7 x 4 ½”, in good to generally good condition; Toyokuni V, ACTORS, three sheets 14 ½ x 10 ¼”, in generally good condition, colors attenuated. (8)  $300/600

 

 

261

Collection of Japanese woodblock prints by various artists (six)

Six color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: Suzuki Kason (1860-1919) CHERRY BLOSSOM, 1914, sheet 12 ¼ x 8 ¾”, two flattened folds, minor discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; Takeuchi Keishu PLEDGE AT THE POND, 1901, sheet 8 ½ x 12 ¼”, some losses right sheet edge, two flattened folds, some smudges, otherwise in apparently good condition; Gosotei Hirosada KABUKI ACTOR IN ROLE, sheet 10 x 7 ¼”, some minor repair upper right corner, otherwise in apparently good condition; Ichiyosai Yoshitaki (1841-1899) NAKAMURA JAKEUMON/ BATTLE OF SHINOHARA, 1870’s, sheet 9 ¾ x 7”, tipped card, some discoloration, otherwise with apparently strong colors; KABUKI ACTOR IN ROLE, diptych, color sheet 9 ¾ x 14 ¼”, small old tape stains in corner, some minor discoloration, otherwise in apparently good condition; Gyokuen (fl. c. 1851-1875) NOH DRAMA FIGURES with poems, sheet 7 ½ x 20 ¼”, creases, discoloration, spotting, toned, wrinkled, foxed, otherwise a good impression. (6)  $300/500

 

 

262

Collection of Japanese woodblock prints by various artists (six)

Six color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: Keisai Eisen (1790-1848) EBISU WITH FISH, sheet 13 ¼ x 9”, small loss lower right edge, some of the colors attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition; Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) CHINESE WARRIORS, 1830s-50s, single sheet from a triptych, trimmed, sheet 13 ½ x 9 ¼”, some possible color attenuation, otherwise in apparently good condition; Utagawa Yoshitora (fl.c. 1836-1887) GROUP OF WARRIORS, (1842-47), sheet 14 ½ x 10”, worm holes, discoloration, trimmed, otherwise in aged condition; Utagawa Toyonobu (1859-1886) NEW BIOGRAPHY OF TOYOTOMI HIDEYOSHI Series, 1889, far right sheet of a multi-print set, sheet 14 ½ x 10”, some minor discoloration, otherwise with strong colors; attributed to Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900) KABUKI ACTOR 1881, unsigned part of a triptych, sheet 14 x 9”, worm holes, a few discoloration spots, otherwise with apparently strong colors; Migita Toshihide (1863-1925) SHINGUCH-MURA c.1890s, sheet 15 x 10”, minor toning, otherwise with apparently strong colors. (6)  $300/600

 

 

263

Collection of Japanese woodblock prints by various artists (nine)

Utagawa Sadahide (1807-1873) SANADA MASAYUKI CHIKUMAGAWA ICHBAN NORI, 1859, color woodblock triptych, sheets 14 x 9 ½”, each panel backed, wormholes throughout, otherwise in good condition with good colors; Hayakawa Shozan (1850-1889) Two panels from triptych (missing center panel), color woodblock prints, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ¾”, stains, wormholes, small losses, otherwise in good condition with strong colors; Shijo Surimono UNTITLED, c.1860, color woodblock print, sheet 7 x 10”; Utagawa Yoshikazu (flourished 1850’s-1860’s) UNTITLED, color woodblock print, sheet 14 ½ x 10”, published Izmui-Ichi, some color possibly attenuated, otherwise in good condition; Utagawa Yoshitora (flourished c.1836-1882) SAMAURAI SCRIBE, color woodblock print, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, in good condition; Utagawa Yoshitoyo (flourished c.1862-1877) STORY OF AN IMPORTED ELEPHANT, 1863, color woodblock print, sheet 13 ¾ x 9 ¾”, in generally good condition; Utagawa Yoshiharu (1828-1888) TWO GEISHA, color woodblock print, sheet 14 ¼ x 12”, in generally good condition; Yoshichika (18th/ 19th Century) ACTOR WITH UMBRELLA, color woodblock print, sheet 14 ½ x 10”, some staining and losses in margins, otherwise in good condition with apparently good strong colors; Yuzan (19th Century) USHIWAKA LEARNING FENCING from Historical Sketchbook, c.1913, color woodblock print, sheet 8 ¾ x 11 ¾”, in good condition. All with character and publishers or other stamps. (9)  $500/1000

 

 

264

Collection of Japanese woodblock prints by various artists (sixteen)

Tsukioka Kogyo (1869-1927) NOGAKU ZU-E Series, c.1899, three color woodblock prints, sheets 9 ½ x 14 ¼”; Sonoichi Hasegawa  RUSSIAN JAPAN WAR, four color woodblock prints, sheets 10 x 14 ¾”, mild toning, otherwise in apparently good condition; Utagawa Kunimasa III (1848-1920) Two matching woodblock print panels from a larger series, sheet 13 ¾ x 9 ½”, small water stain and a few wormholes, otherwise with good strong colors; Utagawa Kuniteru III (1808-1876) SHOGUNS, two color woodblock prints, sheets 14 ½ x 9 ¾”, some staining and toning, otherwise in good condition with good strong colors; Morikawa Chikashige (active 1868-1882) SAMURAI, color woodblock print, 14 ½ x 9 ½”, small loss lower right, otherwise with strong coloring; Keisai Eisen (1790-1848) GEISHA, Diptych color woodblock print, signed Keisai Eisen ga, each sheet 14 ¾ x 9 ½”, in poor condition with overall losses; Utagawa Kuniyasu (1704-1832) ACTOR, color woodblock print, sheet 15 x 8 ½”, colors attenuated, otherwise in good condition; Ogata Gekko (1859-1920) LOOKING MORNING GLORY from Beauties & Flowers, 1896, color woodblock print, sheet 14 x 9 ½”, some toning and fading; Shunsho Katsukawa (1726-1793) COMBAT, color woodblock print, sheet 12 ½ x 8 ½”, wormholes, paperbacked. All with character and publishers or other stamps. (16)  $500/1000

 

 

265

Utagawa (Ochiai) Yoshiiku (1833-1904) Japanese (sixteen)

Sixteen color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: TOKYO NICHI NICHI SHINBUN (Assassins), 1872, thirteen published by Horiei Watanabe, sheets 13 ¾ x 9”, all in good condition with strong colors; ACTORS, joined triptych, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ¼”, published by Hiroyuki, some wormholes and minor staining, otherwise in good condition; SAMURAI, sheet 13 ½ x 9 ¼”, published by Hiroyuki, some edge wear, faint bleeding in purple, otherwise in good condition; ACTOR, sheet 14 ½ x 10”, published by Tsujifumihan, in good condition. (16)  $500/1000

 

 

266

Utagawa Yoshikata (flourished 1840-1860’s) Japanese

STAGE, 1863, triptych, color woodblock prints, character and publishers stamps, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ¾”, in apparently good condition.  $200/300

 

 

267

Utagawa (Ichiyosai) Yoshitaki (1841-1899) Japanese

OSHIMASYU KANKOU CHAKUHAN (Black Ship), from HOKKAI DOU ZUE Series, triptych, color woodblock prints, character and publishers stamps, sheets 14 x 9 ½”, each paperbacked, some discoloration and attenuation of color, otherwise in apparently good condition.  $200/300

 

 

268

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) Japanese (three)

Three color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: THE GRAVEMAKER from 100 VIEWS OF THE MOON Series, 1886, sheet 14 ¾ x 10”, some tape stains, re-attached corner upper right, tears on right sheet edge, some toning; OKUBO HIKOZAEMON TADANORI, from Paragons of Imperial Japan, Teikoku Nijuyonko Series, 1893, sheet 14 x 9 ½”, some staining and repair along left sheet edge, mild discoloration, otherwise with strong colors; BATTLE IN THE SNOW, 1870-80s, single sheet from a triptych, sheet 27 ½ x 9 ½”, with customary center folds, some discoloration, small edge losses, otherwise in apparently good condition. (3)  $400/600

 

 

269

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) Japanese (nineteen)

Nineteen color woodblock prints with character and publishers or other stamps: VARIOUS, seven prints, six sheets average 14 x 9 ½”, one 9 ¾ x 7”, in good to generally good condition; BITYSYIKODEN, 1860’s, three sheets 9 ¾ x 7 ¼”, in good condition; HONCHOU CHUKOU KAN Series, eight sheets 7 x 9 ¼”, with center folds as published, some soiling, otherwise in overall generally good condition; KAGOSHIMASEN SOUKI, 1877, triptych, sheets 14 ¼ x 9 ½”, with wormholes, rough edges, otherwise in good condition with strong colors. (19)  $2000/3000

 

 

270

Utagawa Koko Yoshitsuya (1822-1866) Japanese

VARIOUS, five color woodblock prints, each with character and publishers or other stamps, sheets: one 15 x 10”, four 13 ¾ x 9 ¼”, the first with some colors diminished, the others with good colors, otherwise all in good condition.  $200/300

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