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Fine Art & Design Auction

by Ripley Auctions

Platinum House

219 lots with images

January 24, 2013

Live Auction

2764 E 55th Place

Indianapolis, IN, 46220 USA

Phone: 317 251 5635

Fax: 253 322 5430

Email: sales@antiquehelper.com

219 Lots
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Jeff Crandall, American; born 1964, Lot of three Inverse Studios Poet's Bottles, sandcarved found glass bottles, 13

Lot 101: Jeff Crandall, American; born 1964, Lot of three Inverse Studios Poet's Bottles, sandcarved found glass bottles, 13" H (tallest)

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Description: Jeff Crandall American; born 1964 Lot of three Inverse Studios Poet's Bottles sandcarved found glass bottles Jeff Crandall began his career as a poet, and became actively involved in glass art while working as a grant writer at the Pilchuck Glass School. He now works in Seattle, as both a nationally recognized poet and an accomplished glass artist. His Poet's Bottles beautifully represent his abilities in writing and in glass, while poking fun at marketing and warning labels. Inscriptions read: Joy (contains happiness, smiles, delight, warm humor, easy breezes and a dash of laughter); Comfort (contains simple pleasures, sweet joys, warmth, solace, ease and soothing dreams); and Love (warning causes dizziness). Each with etched "Inverse Studios" signature and year. 13" H (tallest)

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James Nowak, American; born 1956, Two spheres with murrine patterning, 2003 - 2004, blown glass, 6

Lot 102: James Nowak, American; born 1956, Two spheres with murrine patterning, 2003 - 2004, blown glass, 6" Diam (largest)

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Description: James Nowak American; born 1956 Two spheres with murrine patterning, 2003 - 2004 blown glass Two orange spheres displaying the colorful, festive combination of cane, murrine and dichroic glass patterning for which the artist is recognized. Etched signatures: "Nowak 2003" and "Nowak 2004." About James Nowak: Northwest Glass artist James Nowak lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Having studied at Pilchuck Glass School Pratt Fine Arts Center and Corning, New York provided James with a strong foundation to pursue his glass blowing career. By working closely with many of the Northwest's finest artists such as: Dale Chihuly, Ben Moore, Dante Marioni, Karen Willenbrink, Billy Morris and many others; James has developed a style which incorporates the best of the old European techniques coupled with newly developed processes and materials such as dichroic glass, glow glass, photographic glass and fluorescent glass. The incorporation of these new materials along with traditional Murano techniques like Filligrane canes and murini segments gives the work a contemporary flair with classical roots. The surfaces of Nowak's blown pieces are alive with baroque designs and hidden surprises. James continues to be involved in the glass community by instructing and attending glass classes yearly. (from www.james-nowak.com) 6" Diam (largest)

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Richard Marquis, American; b. 1945, A Noble Effort vase, 1986, blown glass, 5 3/4

Lot 103: Richard Marquis, American; b. 1945, A Noble Effort vase, 1986, blown glass, 5 3/4" H

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Description: Richard Marquis American; b. 1945 A Noble Effort vase, 1986 blown glass A conical vase with star, bat, rabbit, penguin, lion, sailboat and cat murrine, from Richard Marquis and Ro Purser's collaborative line, A Noble Effort. Marquis and Purser worked together from 1983-1987 to produce what Marquis refers to as "some of the strangest production glass ever made." Signed with a murine spelling out "Noble Effort 1986." 5 3/4" H

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Richard Marquis, American, b. 1945, Teapot Goblet, blown glass, 8 3/4

Lot 104: Richard Marquis, American, b. 1945, Teapot Goblet, blown glass, 8 3/4" H

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Description: Richard Marquis American, b. 1945 Teapot Goblet blown glass Marquis began creating the Teapot Goblet series in 1988, in collaboration with Seattle artist Dante Marioni. This example combines a teapot-shaped stem with polychrome cane patterns with transparent yellow ballotini cane patterned bowl and foot with opaque red wraps. Signed "© Marquis 1991." About Richard Marquis: Richard Marquis earned his B.A. and M.A. in glass and ceramics from the University of California, Berkeley. Marquis received the first of several Fulbright Scholarships to study glassmaking at Venini in Murano, Italy in 1969. He taught glass at University of Washington, University of California, Los Angeles, Haystack School of Crafts and Pilchuck Glass School before travelling to Australia and New Zealand at the invitation of artist Nick Mount. As a result of this trip, Marquis is widely credited as having helped start the thriving Studio Glass phenomenon that exists in Australia. He has work in important collections throughout the world, including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; Mint Museum of Craft + Design, NC and the Indianapolis Art Museum. Marquis has also received virtually every honor available in the glass world, including the Glass Art Society Lifetime Achievement Award, Libensky Award from Pilchuck Glass School, and the Outstanding Achievement in Glass Award from Urban Glass, NY. 8 3/4" H

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Richard Marquis, American; b. 1945, Gene Autry Toy Pistol, 2008, murrine, found objects, steel, 7

Lot 105: Richard Marquis, American; b. 1945, Gene Autry Toy Pistol, 2008, murrine, found objects, steel, 7" Long on 8 3/4" x 3" base

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Description: Richard Marquis American; b. 1945 Gene Autry Toy Pistol, 2008 murrine, found objects, steel Typically irreverent and frequently witty, Richard Marquis regularly comments on art, craft and culture in his work. Throughout his career, Marquis has delighted in the paradox of combining cheap, manufactured objects such as toys and cages with extremely difficult and often inherently beautifully crafted glass. In the piece Gene Autry Toy Pistol, he adorns the handle of a toy gun with extremely technically involved glass murrine incorporating perfectly formed butterflies, squirrels, bugs, ducks, horses and elephants. About Richard Marquis: Richard Marquis earned his B.A. and M.A. in glass and ceramics from the University of California, Berkeley. Marquis received the first of several Fulbright Scholarships to study glassmaking at Venini in Murano, Italy in 1969. He taught glass at University of Washington, University of California, Los Angeles, Haystack School of Crafts and Pilchuck Glass School before travelling to Australia and New Zealand at the invitation of artist Nick Mount. As a result of this trip, Marquis is widely credited as having helped start the thriving Studio Glass phenomenon that exists in Australia. He has work in important collections throughout the world, including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; Mint Museum of Craft + Design, NC and the Indianapolis Art Museum. Marquis has also received virtually every honor available in the glass world, including the Glass Art Society Lifetime Achievement Award, Libensky Award from Pilchuck Glass School, and the Outstanding Achievement in Glass Award from Urban Glass, NY. 7" Long on 8 3/4" x 3" base

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Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Venetian, Portland Press Studio Edition, 1999, blown and sculpted glass, 15

Lot 106: Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Venetian, Portland Press Studio Edition, 1999, blown and sculpted glass, 15" H

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Description: Dale Chihuly American; b. 1941 Venetian, Portland Press Studio Edition, 1999 blown and sculpted glass Conical lapis blue vessel with gold leaf surface patterning, adorned with deep red body wrap and sculpted leaf form. Etched marking: "PP99." Inspired by a collection of art deco glass the artist saw in a Venetian palazzo, pieces from the original Venetian series were quite large in scale. Chihuly enlisted the help of well-known Venetian glass artists such as Lino Tagliapietra and Pino Singoretto to help with the execution of this series. He later produced a selection of smaller Venetian pieces, designed to be practical to live with in smaller spaces. This Portland Press piece is one of a only a few Venetian designs produced as Studio Edition pieces throughout the years. About Portland Press/Chihuly Workshop: Now referred to as Chihuly Workshop, Portland Press was established to celebrate the innovation, imagination, and the bold creative spirit of the artist Dale Chihuly. Opened in 1992 as a small publishing company dedicated to the production of books about glassmaking, Chihuly Workshop slowly evolved into a place that not only published work about Chihuly's art, but also became a staging ground for him as an artist and designer with the creation of his Studio Editions and Prints. 15" H

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Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Red Carnation Summer Macchia with Fern Green Lip Wrap, 2001, blown glass, 13 1/2

Lot 107: Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Red Carnation Summer Macchia with Fern Green Lip Wrap, 2001, blown glass, 13 1/2" H x 12 1/2" W

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Description: Dale Chihuly American; b. 1941 Red Carnation Summer Macchia with Fern Green Lip Wrap, 2001 blown glass Rare, mid-sized Macchia series piece, executed in transparent and opaque red, with opaque yellow and orange frit patterning. Like a Basket Series piece, this Macchia is designed to rest in two different orientations, for versatility of display. Etched signature: "Chihuly 02." Artist Biography: Born in Tacoma, Washington, Dale Chihuly was introduced to glass while studying interior design at the University of Washington. After graduating in 1965, Chihuly enrolled in the first glass program in the country, at the University of Wisconsin. He continued his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where he later established the glass program and taught for more than a decade. In 1968, after receiving a Fulbright Fellowship, he went to work at the Venini glass factory in Venice. There he observed the team approach to blowing glass, which is critical to the way he works today. In 1971, Chihuly cofounded Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State. With this international glass center, Chihuly has led the avant-garde in the development of glass as a fine art. His work is included in more than 200 hundred museum collections worldwide. He has been the recipient of many awards, including eleven honorary doctorates and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. (Source: www.dalechihuly.com) 13 1/2" H x 12 1/2" W

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Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Sun Yellow Basket Set with Terra Cotta Lip Wraps, blown glass, 14

Lot 108: Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Sun Yellow Basket Set with Terra Cotta Lip Wraps, blown glass, 14" H x 15" W

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Description: Dale Chihuly American; b. 1941 Sun Yellow Basket Set with Terra Cotta Lip Wraps blown glass Flawless 4 piece basket set, executed in yellow and terracotta. The piece is designed to rest in two separate orientations, allowing for versatility in presentation. Etched signature on one small piece: "Chihuly 02." With documentation from Chihuly's studio. Chihuly's Basket series was inspired by Indian baskets the artist had seen at the Washington State Historical Society. He was struck by the grace of their slumped, sagging forms, and he wanted to capture them in glass. The artists has described this series as being a breakthrough for him, helping him to recognize more fully how heat and gravity could be used as tools for glass working. About Dale Chihuly: Born in Tacoma, Washington, Dale Chihuly was introduced to glass while studying interior design at the University of Washington. After graduating in 1965, Chihuly enrolled in the first glass program in the country, at the University of Wisconsin. He continued his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where he later established the glass program and taught for more than a decade. In 1968, after receiving a Fulbright Fellowship, he went to work at the Venini glass factory in Venice. There he observed the team approach to blowing glass, which is critical to the way he works today. In 1971, Chihuly cofounded Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State. With this international glass center, Chihuly has led the avant-garde in the development of glass as a fine art. His work is included in more than 200 hundred museum collections worldwide. He has been the recipient of many awards, including eleven honorary doctorates and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. (Source: www.dalechihuly.com) 14" H x 15" W

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Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Basket Drawing, 1995, acrylic on paper, 41

Lot 109: Dale Chihuly, American; b. 1941, Basket Drawing, 1995, acrylic on paper, 41" x 29" (image)

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Description: Dale Chihuly American; b. 1941 Basket Drawing, 1995 acrylic on paper Large drawing of a Basket series form, executed in blue, purple, grey and metallic gold acrylic paint. While much of Chihuly's two-dimensional work has been executed in paint throughout the years, the pieces are always referred to as "drawings." Originally used as a means of communication between Chihuly and his glass working team, the drawings have come to represent an important part of the artist's creative development and self expression throughout the years. About Dale Chihuly: Born in Tacoma, Washington, Dale Chihuly was introduced to glass while studying interior design at the University of Washington. After graduating in 1965, Chihuly enrolled in the first glass program in the country, at the University of Wisconsin. He continued his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where he later established the glass program and taught for more than a decade. In 1968, after receiving a Fulbright Fellowship, he went to work at the Venini glass factory in Venice. There he observed the team approach to blowing glass, which is critical to the way he works today. In 1971, Chihuly cofounded Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State. With this international glass center, Chihuly has led the avant-garde in the development of glass as a fine art. His work is included in more than 200 hundred museum collections worldwide. He has been the recipient of many awards, including eleven honorary doctorates and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. (Source: www.dalechihuly.com) 41" x 29" (image)

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Mission Oak Vanity;

Lot 110: Mission Oak Vanity;

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Description: Mission Oak Vanity; c. 1910. 57"H.

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Limbert cutout side table, c. 1904;

Lot 111: Limbert cutout side table, c. 1904;

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Description: Limbert cutout side table, c. 1904; Numbered and pictured in "The Kindred Styles (Limbert)",1906, p 121. missing paper label (place visible where it was), Chicago retailer's tag reading "Sold By Mandel Brothers, Chicago". This is a very rare form, having never previously appeared at auction. Excellent original finish. 18" Diam x 22 1/2" H

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China cabinet, Stickley Bros, Grand Rapids, MI;

Lot 112: China cabinet, Stickley Bros, Grand Rapids, MI;

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Description: China cabinet, Stickley Bros, Grand Rapids, MI; c. 1910. signed with number, missing oval paper tag, excellent original finish. 43" x 53 1/2" x 15" Deep

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Joseph C. Leyendecker World War I Boy Scouts of America Poster;

Lot 113: Joseph C. Leyendecker World War I Boy Scouts of America Poster;

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Description: Joseph C. Leyendecker World War I Boy Scouts of America Poster; J. C. Leyendecker World War I Boy Scout Poster (1918). Poster created for the Boy Scouts of America war bond campaign of 1918. Exquisite design by the famous poster artist Joseph Christian Leyendecker. 30" x 19 3/4" with small area of loss UR and some creasing

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Mary Louise Spoor (American, 1887-1985) Arts and Crafts era original nursery rhyme lithograph,

Lot 114: Mary Louise Spoor (American, 1887-1985) Arts and Crafts era original nursery rhyme lithograph, "Hickory Dickory Dock";

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Description: Mary Louise Spoor (American, 1887-1985) Arts and Crafts era original nursery rhyme lithograph, "Hickory Dickory Dock"; c. 1917. Printed by C.H. Congdon, Chicago. Mounted on foam core, unframed. 20" x 54"

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Mary Louise Spoor (American, 1887-1985) Arts and Crafts era original nursery rhyme lithograph,

Lot 115: Mary Louise Spoor (American, 1887-1985) Arts and Crafts era original nursery rhyme lithograph, "Jack and Jill";

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Description: Mary Louise Spoor (American, 1887-1985) Arts and Crafts era original nursery rhyme lithograph, "Jack and Jill"; c. 1917. Printed by C.H. Congdon, Chicago. Mounted on foam core, unframed. 20" x 44"

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Vintage Chinese communist propaganda poster;

Lot 116: Vintage Chinese communist propaganda poster;

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Description: Vintage Chinese communist propaganda poster; c. 1967. Mounted on foam core, unframed. 30" x 21"

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Roland Hobart, Series of Five Pop Art, screenprints, 24

Lot 117: Roland Hobart, Series of Five Pop Art, screenprints, 24"H x 20"W

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Description: Roland Hobart Series of Five Pop Art screenprints Indianapolis Sesquicentennial 1971. Signed and numbered 28/1000 24"H x 20"W

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Robert Indiana ART exhibition poster; Indianapolis Museum of Art Inaugural Exhibitions 1970.

Lot 118: Robert Indiana ART exhibition poster; Indianapolis Museum of Art Inaugural Exhibitions 1970.

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Description: Robert Indiana ART exhibition poster; Indianapolis Museum of Art Inaugural Exhibitions 1970. Printed lower: The American Poster Company, Printed in West Germany by Domberger KG, copyright Robert Indiana 1970. 34 3/4" x 24 3/4". Mounted on stretcher panel.

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Ben Shahn, (Lithuanian/American; 1898 - 1969), Figure of a Man, Color lithograph, 48

Lot 119: Ben Shahn, (Lithuanian/American; 1898 - 1969), Figure of a Man, Color lithograph, 48" x 29"

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Description: Ben Shahn (Lithuanian/American; 1898 - 1969) Figure of a Man Color lithograph c. 1960. Signed in pencil. Ben Shahn's interest and involvement in politics was longstanding and greatly influenced his artistic career. He was born in Lithuania in 1898 into a family of Jewish craftsmen. His father's anti-czarist activities forced the family to immigrate to the United States in 1906. Shahn grew up in a working-class neighborhood in Brooklyn. He became an apprentice in a Manhattan lithographic firm, finishing high school at night and later taking classes at New York University, City College of New York, and the National Academy of Design. Shahn saw his art as a means to combat injustice and raise social awareness. Throughout his career Shahn's style retained the linear bias of a draughtsman, which proved to be effective in his satirical depictions of social types. He had his first solo exhibition at the Downtown Gallery in 1930, and his series of paintings of the trial and execution of the anarchists Sacco and Vanzetti established his reputation and led to further explorations of trials with political implications. Diego Rivera, the Mexican painter, admired Shahn's work and invited him to assist with murals Rivera was painting for Rockefeller Center's RCA Building. (When a portrait of Lenin was discovered among the figures Rivera had depicted, the murals were removed.) Responding strongly to the public nature of this art form, Shahn painted murals for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project (WPA/FAP), notably those in the Bronx Central Annex Post Office and the Federal Security Building in Washington, D.C. A painter and photographer for the Farm Security Administration (FSA) between 1935 and 1938, and later known for his illustrations and prints, Shahn was skilled in many mediums. He was also active politically, serving as a city councilman in Roosevelt, New Jersey, between 1945 and 1948. He died in New York in 1969. His work was included in exhibitions at the Salons of America, 1930, 1932-33; Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial, 1932-67; Art Institute of Chicago; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Annual, 1940-64 (gold medal, 1956); Corcoran Gallery biennials, 1941-63 (8 times including 4th prize, 1961); Museum of Modern Art, 1947 (retrospective); Fogg Museum of Art, 1956 (retrospective); Sao Paulo biennial, 1954 (prize); Downtown Gallery, NY; Jewish Museum, 1988 (retrospective). His work may be found in the Newark Museum; the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Boston Museum of Fine Art; the Museum of Modern Art; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Art Institute of Chicago; Baltimore Museum of Art; Carnegie Institute; Detroit Institute of Arts; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art; St. Louis Art Museum; and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. 48" x 29"

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Pair Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon side tables;

Lot 120: Pair Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon side tables;

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Description: Pair Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon side tables; c. 1950. size , mahogany, Greek key detail along edge. signed with red stamp. 26 1/2" x 26 1/2" x 12 1/2" H (each)

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Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon 2-door cabinet;

Lot 121: Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon 2-door cabinet;

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Description: Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon 2-door cabinet; c. 1950. Mahogany. Greek key detail along edge. Signed with red stamp. 31" x 25" x 17" D

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Saarinen for Knoll Tulip Table;

Lot 122: Saarinen for Knoll Tulip Table;

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Description: Saarinen for Knoll Tulip Table; 20" Diam x 20 1/2" H

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Plycraft chair designed by Norman Cherner;

Lot 123: Plycraft chair designed by Norman Cherner;

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Description: Plycraft chair designed by Norman Cherner; Early version.

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Buckminster Fuller, (New York/California; 1895-1983), Dymaxion Map, Offset lithograph with hand signature, 18

Lot 124: Buckminster Fuller, (New York/California; 1895-1983), Dymaxion Map, Offset lithograph with hand signature, 18" x 35"

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Description: Buckminster Fuller (New York/California; 1895-1983) Dymaxion Map Offset lithograph with hand signature 1979. Edition of 400. Signed LR. 18" x 35"

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Milton Glaser, (b.1929), Centennial, Screenprint, 22 1/2

Lot 125: Milton Glaser, (b.1929), Centennial, Screenprint, 22 1/2" x 26 1/2"

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Description: Milton Glaser (b.1929) Centennial Screenprint Pencil signed LR. Titled and numbered (68/100) in pencil LL. 22 1/2" x 26 1/2"

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Marcel Breuer (Hungarian/American, 1902-1981)Set of Four, S64 Armchairs manufactured by Thonet New York, c.1950;

Lot 126: Marcel Breuer (Hungarian/American, 1902-1981)Set of Four, S64 Armchairs manufactured by Thonet New York, c.1950;

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Description: Marcel Breuer (Hungarian/American, 1902-1981) Set of Four, S64 Armchairs manufactured by Thonet New York, c.1950; chrome-plated tubular steel, bent and lacquered solid beech wood, and cane, 31.50' high, orange Thonet New York label on bottom of one of the chairs. This design is probably the most famous and most-produced tubular steel classic. Their most important property is the sophisticated constructive form and ingenious aesthetic combination of tubular steel, wood, and wicker. The design goes back to Breuer's productive years in Berlin from 1928 until 1931 during which, after leaving the Bauhaus, he worked as an independent architect and interior designer and realized a number of grand interiors and designed numerous pieces of furniture. Thonet has been producing these models since 1930.

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Florence Knoll for Knoll International; pair of credenzas;

Lot 127: Florence Knoll for Knoll International; pair of credenzas;

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Description: Florence Knoll for Knoll International; pair of credenzas; black laminate, marble tops, on chrome base. 37 1/2" W x 25 1/2" H x 18" D (each)

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Marcel Breuer (Hungarian/American, 1902-1981)Set of Four, S64 Armchairs manufactured by Thonet New York, c.1950;

Lot 128: Marcel Breuer (Hungarian/American, 1902-1981)Set of Four, S64 Armchairs manufactured by Thonet New York, c.1950;

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Description: Marcel Breuer (Hungarian/American, 1902-1981) Set of Four, S64 Armchairs manufactured by Thonet New York, c.1950; chrome-plated tubular steel, bent and lacquered solid beech wood, and cane, 31.50' high. This design is probably the most famous and most-produced tubular steel classic. Their most important property is the sophisticated constructive form and ingenious aesthetic combination of tubular steel, wood, and wicker. The design goes back to Breuer's productive years in Berlin from 1928 until 1931 during which, after leaving the Bauhaus, he worked as an independent architect and interior designer and realized a number of grand interiors and designed numerous pieces of furniture. Thonet has been producing these models since 1930.

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Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair;

Lot 129: Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair;

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Description: Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair; floor sample in blue.

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Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair;

Lot 130: Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair;

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Description: Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair; Floor sample in dark blue.

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Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair;

Lot 131: Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair;

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Description: Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Aluminum Group chair; Floor sample in purple.

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Storage unit, designed by Charles Eames for Herman Miller;

Lot 132: Storage unit, designed by Charles Eames for Herman Miller;

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Description: Storage unit, designed by Charles Eames for Herman Miller; c. 2000, birch plywood, laminate over plywood, lacquered masonite, zinc-plated steel, lacquered wood. 47" x 58 1/2" x 16 1/2" D

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Bob Stanley, (1932 - 1997), Hedy Lamarr, Color screenprint, Image: 17

Lot 133: Bob Stanley, (1932 - 1997), Hedy Lamarr, Color screenprint, Image: 17" x 23". Framed: 24 1/2" x 30 1/2".

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Description: Bob Stanley (1932 - 1997) Hedy Lamarr Color screenprint 1967. Pencil signed, dated (67) and numbered (64/195) LR. Image: 17" x 23". Framed: 24 1/2" x 30 1/2".

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Paul Wunderlich, (1927 - 2010), Untitled, Color lithograph, 26

Lot 134: Paul Wunderlich, (1927 - 2010), Untitled, Color lithograph, 26" x 20"

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Description: Paul Wunderlich (1927 - 2010) Untitled Color lithograph Pencil signed LR. Numbered (63/100) LL. 26" x 20"

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pair of lounge chairs, Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin;

Lot 135: pair of lounge chairs, Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin;

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Description: pair of lounge chairs, Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin; c. 1960. 28"H x 29 1/2"W.

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Florence Knoll for Knoll dining/conference table;

Lot 136: Florence Knoll for Knoll dining/conference table;

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Description: Florence Knoll for Knoll dining/conference table; Elliptical marble top with a chrome base. Exquisite example of this variation of Knoll's classic design.

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Vintage Knoll International poster;

Lot 137: Vintage Knoll International poster;

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Description: Vintage Knoll International poster; c. 1960. Desinged by Massimo Vignelli, made in West Germany. Mounted on foam core, unframged. 59" x 24"

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Florence Knoll for Knoll round table;

Lot 138: Florence Knoll for Knoll round table;

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Description: Florence Knoll for Knoll round table; round marble top with a chrome base. Particularly striking piece of marble, and an excellent example of this variation of Knoll's classic design.

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Larry Stark, Yummy Yum #2, Screenprint, Image: 21 1/2

Lot 139: Larry Stark, Yummy Yum #2, Screenprint, Image: 21 1/2" x 27 1/2". Paper: 26" x 40".

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Description: Larry Stark Yummy Yum #2 Screenprint 1981. Signed and dated LR. Titled and numbered (2/30) LL. Image: 21 1/2" x 27 1/2". Paper: 26" x 40".

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Rudolph Baranik, (1920 - 1998), Words FAFA, Silkscreen on Stonehenge White Paper, 27 1/2

Lot 140: Rudolph Baranik, (1920 - 1998), Words FAFA, Silkscreen on Stonehenge White Paper, 27 1/2" x 38 1/2"

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Description: Rudolph Baranik (1920 - 1998) Words FAFA Silkscreen on Stonehenge White Paper 1981. Signed and dated LL. From a limited edition of seventy five portfolios published by Anthology Film Archives, New York City. Included in the original portfolio were thirteen works by Raimund Abraham, Carl Andre, Rudolf Baranik, Joseph Beuys, Alice Neel, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Harry Smith, May Stevens, Andy Warhol and William Wegman. 27 1/2" x 38 1/2"

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Paul McCobb cabinet for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids;

Lot 141: Paul McCobb cabinet for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids;

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Description: Paul McCobb cabinet for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids; Part of the Linear Design line. Walnut 18" x 48" x 34" H

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Paul McCobb eight drawer chest for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids;

Lot 142: Paul McCobb eight drawer chest for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids;

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Description: Paul McCobb eight drawer chest for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids; Part of the Linear Design line. Walnut. 18" x 48" x 34" H

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Paul McCobb four drawer chest for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids;

Lot 143: Paul McCobb four drawer chest for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids;

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Description: Paul McCobb four drawer chest for Calvin Furniture Co, Grand Rapids; Part of the Linear Design line. Walnut. 18" x 36" x 34" H

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Poul Cadovius, System Cado

Lot 144: Poul Cadovius, System Cado

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Description: Poul Cadovius System Cado Denmark, 1950s. Consisits of five walls, each approximately 102 1/2" x 31 1/2". Three sets of drawers appx. 20" x 31 1/2" 18" D (each). One vertical organizer appx. 16 1/2" x 31 1/2" x 15" D. One storage organizer with sliding drawers appx. 16 1/2" x 31 1/2" x 15" D. Two desk tops appx. 21" D each. Two angled shelves with lip appx. 14" D each. Three large sheves appx. 18" D each. Seven medium shelves appx. 12" D each. Three small shelves appx. 8" D. Multiple brackets and mounting equipment. (stock photo - more images coming soon)

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May Stevens, (b.1924), Untitled, Silkscreen on Rives BFK paper., 22

Lot 145: May Stevens, (b.1924), Untitled, Silkscreen on Rives BFK paper., 22" x 30"

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Description: May Stevens (b.1924) Untitled Silkscreen on Rives BFK paper. Signed and dated 1982 LR. Numbered (21/75) LL. From a limited edition of seventy five portfolios published by Anthology Film Archives, New York City. Included in the original portfolio were thirteen works by Raimund Abraham, Carl Andre, Rudolf Baranik, Joseph Beuys, Alice Neel, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Harry Smith, May Stevens, Andy Warhol and William Wegman. 22" x 30"

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Raimund Abraham, (b.1933), Untitled, Etching on Arches Cover paper., 32

Lot 146: Raimund Abraham, (b.1933), Untitled, Etching on Arches Cover paper., 32" x 25"

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Description: Raimund Abraham (b.1933) Untitled Etching on Arches Cover paper. Signed and dated (82) LR. Numbered (21/75) LL. From a limited edition of seventy five portfolios published by Anthology Film Archives, New York City. Included in the original portfolio were thirteen works by Raimund Abraham, Carl Andre, Rudolf Baranik, Joseph Beuys, Alice Neel, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Harry Smith, May Stevens, Andy Warhol and William Wegman. 32" x 25"

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Pair of Concetta Scaravaglione Bronze Lamps;

Lot 147: Pair of Concetta Scaravaglione Bronze Lamps;

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Description: Pair of Concetta Scaravaglione Bronze Lamps; FAMILY GROUP, PRODUCED BY SILAS SNIDER & CO., NEW YORK, 1945. 18 1/2"H base.

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Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Kinetic Spray Sculpture;

Lot 148: Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Kinetic Spray Sculpture;

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Description: Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Kinetic Spray Sculpture; steel wire on square chrome base. 26" H

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Head of a Man;

Lot 149: Head of a Man;

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Description: Head of a Man; c. 1950, hand-built terra cotta sculpture, unsigned, in the manner of Leonard Baskin. 10" H

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Cylindrical lucite sculpture on wood base;

Lot 150: Cylindrical lucite sculpture on wood base;

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Description: Cylindrical lucite sculpture on wood base; c. 1980. 12 1/2" H

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