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Auction Description for Ripley Auctions: July Fine Art Auction featuring African American Art

July Fine Art Auction featuring African American Art

by Ripley Auctions

Platinum House

55 lots with images

July 24, 2014

Live Auction

2764 E 55th Place

Indianapolis, IN, 46220 USA

Phone: 317 251 5635

Fax: 253 322 5430

Email: sales@antiquehelper.com

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William Edouard Scott, (American; 1884-1964), Haitian street scene, oil on board, 24

Lot 1: William Edouard Scott, (American; 1884-1964), Haitian street scene, oil on board, 24" x 18".

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Description: William Edouard Scott (American; 1884-1964) Haitian street scene oil on board signed lower left. Born in Indianapolis, William Edouard Scott attended Emmerich Manual High School where he was under the artistic tutelage of Otto Stark, one of Indiana's most prominent artists of the day. After graduation he would help Stark teach drawing to freshmen, thus becoming the first black person to teach in a public high school in Indianapolis. Enrollment at the Art Institute of Chicago led to mural commissions for several Chicago and Washington DC public schools. Like the majority of artists of the day, an art education was not considered complete until instruction had been taken in Europe. In 1909 and 1911 Scott traveled to France where he would be mentored by Henry Ossawa Tanner, one of the leading black American artists of the day. France was successful artistically for Scott and he returned to Indianapolis and commissions to paint murals in the city's public schools in 1912. The next two decades would be fruitful for Scott, having numerous exhibitions, and winning many awards and commissions. In 1931 Scott was awarded a fellowship to study in Haiti. Spending more than a year there, he painted over 144 works and was an inspiration to many local artists. Scott's short visit to this black republic was to have a long-lasting and profound effect on him and he would continue to draw on Haitian subject matter for many years to come. In Haiti, his preferred subjects were the common people and their everyday activities, dress, customs and lifestyles. One custom, popular with men, was the Sunday afternoon cockfight, and Scott would render this subject in both painting and mural form. By 1934 the U.S. troops that had been occupying the island since 1915 withdrew, therefore this undated mural was likely executed during Scott's stay from 1931-32. From the archives of Askart.com 24" x 18".

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William Edouard Scott, (Indiana/Illinois/Haiti; 1884-1964), Scenic with boy traveling by oxcart, oil on canvas, 26

Lot 2: William Edouard Scott, (Indiana/Illinois/Haiti; 1884-1964), Scenic with boy traveling by oxcart, oil on canvas, 26" x 36".

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Description: William Edouard Scott (Indiana/Illinois/Haiti; 1884-1964) Scenic with boy traveling by oxcart oil on canvas signed lower left. 26" x 36".

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John Wesley Hardrick, (Indiana; 1891-1968), Coming Home, oil on board, 26

Lot 3: John Wesley Hardrick, (Indiana; 1891-1968), Coming Home, oil on board, 26" x 36 1/2".

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Description: John Wesley Hardrick (Indiana; 1891-1968) Coming Home oil on board signed lower right. Published; International Review of African American Art, Hampton University. 26" x 36 1/2".

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William E. Smith, (American; 1913-1997),

Lot 4: William E. Smith, (American; 1913-1997), "Leaning Chimneys", linocut, 9" x 10 7/8".

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Description: William E. Smith (American; 1913-1997) "Leaning Chimneys" linocut Pencil signed LR. Titled in pencil LL. Smith was known as a printmaker and exhibited extensively, but examples of his work, especially from the early period such as this, are rare. Examples of his work are included in the collections of the Library of Congress, Cleveland Museum of Art, Howard University and the Oakland Museum of Art. He exhibited at the American Negro Exposition in Chicago in 1940, as well as the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1935-41; Library of Congress, 1943; Atlanta University, 142, 1969; and the National Academy of Art and Design, 1966-68. 9" x 10 7/8".

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Ruth G. Waddy, (American;1909-2003),

Lot 5: Ruth G. Waddy, (American;1909-2003), "Just Liming", linoleum cut, Image; 8 1/2" x 5 3/4".

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Description: Ruth G. Waddy (American;1909-2003) "Just Liming" linoleum cut Artist's Proof. Signed, titled, dated "Tobago, (West Indies), '70", and inscribed "A/P 8" in pencil, lower margin. Original artist label verso. Full margins. Image; 8 1/2" x 5 3/4".

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Ruth G. Waddy, (American/ California; 1909-2003),

Lot 6: Ruth G. Waddy, (American/ California; 1909-2003), "Emergency Call", color linoleum cut, Image; 19 1/4" x 8 3/8".

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Description: Ruth G. Waddy (American/ California; 1909-2003) "Emergency Call" color linoleum cut Pencil signed, titled, dated 1982, and numbered "Lino Cut 3/6" (the six rewritten), lower margin. Image; 19 1/4" x 8 3/8".

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Elizabeth Catlett, (1915-2012),

Lot 7: Elizabeth Catlett, (1915-2012), "Roots", color screenprint, Image; 14" x 19 3/4"

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Description: Elizabeth Catlett (1915-2012) "Roots" color screenprint Pencil signed, dated 1981, and numbered 6/40 lower margin. Full margins. Excellent impression. Image; 14" x 19 3/4"

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Elizabeth Catlett, (1915-2012),

Lot 8: Elizabeth Catlett, (1915-2012), "Malcolm X Speaks for Us", color linoleum cut, Image; 37 3/4" x 27 1/4".

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Description: Elizabeth Catlett (1915-2012) "Malcolm X Speaks for Us" color linoleum cut Artist's proof, aside from the first edition of 35. Full margins. Pencil signed, dated 1969, titled and inscribed "AP/V" lower margin. Elizabeth Catlett is widely acknowledged as a major presence in African-American art. Her extraordinary career has stretched from her years as a student at Howard University during the 1930s through various political and social movements, including the Chicago Renaissance of the 1940s, the Black Power and Black Arts movements, and the Mexican Public Art Movement. Her works are collected by major museums in the U.S. and abroad. Source: Elizabeth Catlett; An American Artist in Mexico Melanie Anne Herzog Biography from Tobey C. Moss Gallery: ELIZABETH CATLETT is first and foremost a sculptor in stone, wood and bronze. But, printmaking has been an equally important facet of her artistic expression since she was introduced to lithography in 1942 at the Art Students League in New York. From there, it was a natural transition to the wood and linoleum block with tools that were familiar from her sculptural work. Catlett chose printmaking as the best path for reaching the masses of people (especially women) in the United States and Mexico who were also African-American and Mexican natives. From early experiences, Catlett faced racial challenges which she met squarely. She fought for equality in the classrooms, in the public theaters, in the museums. In her work is the proof. Image; 37 3/4" x 27 1/4".

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Elizabeth Catlett, (1915-2012),

Lot 9: Elizabeth Catlett, (1915-2012), "Fiesta", color screenprint, Image; 26 1/2" x 19".

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Description: Elizabeth Catlett (1915-2012) "Fiesta" color screenprint pencil signed, dated 1988, and numbered 52/200 lower margin. Full margins. Excellent impression. Image; 26 1/2" x 19".

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Samella Sanders Lewis, (American; b.1924), Portrait of a young woman in hat, oilstick on paper, 16 1/2

Lot 10: Samella Sanders Lewis, (American; b.1924), Portrait of a young woman in hat, oilstick on paper, 16 1/2" x 13 1/2".

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Description: Samella Sanders Lewis (American; b.1924) Portrait of a young woman in hat oilstick on paper signed "S. Lewis" and dated '85 lower left. Artist and art historian Samella Lewis is renowned for her contributions to African American art and art history. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Lewis's heritage led her to view art as an essential expression of the community and its struggles. Lewis began her art career as a student at Dillard University, where she was instructed by the African American sculptor Elizabeth Catlett. Lewis completed her graduate studies at the Ohio State University, earning her M.A. degree in 1948, and in 1951 she became the first African American woman to receive her doctorate in fine arts and art history. In order to publish Black Artists on Art (1969), Lewis founded the first African American-owned art publishing house, Contemporary Crafts. Excerpt from Askart.com. 16 1/2" x 13 1/2".

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William Etienne Pajaud, (American; b.1925), Portrait of a woman, oil on canvasboard, 10

Lot 11: William Etienne Pajaud, (American; b.1925), Portrait of a woman, oil on canvasboard, 10" x 8".

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Description: William Etienne Pajaud (American; b.1925) Portrait of a woman oil on canvasboard Signed and inscribed "To Varnette with much love"... and dated '04 verso. William Pajaud is an African-American painter, printmaker, curator, and advertiser. His oils and watercolors have appeared in major exhibits and galleries throughout the country. He also served as curator of the art collection owned by Golden State Mutual Life Insurance, considered one of the most important African American art collections in the world. Pajaud's experiences as an African American in the South greatly influenced his work. The artist's pieces include themes of African American tradition as well as hardships. Pajaud used black female figures in much of his work, as he believed they were essential regarding the survival of his race from slavery to present times. He favored displaying the human concept of coping with the cycles of life and death. After his father's death in 1960, Pajaud began focusing his artistic work on traditional New Orleans jazz funerals. In 1994, after the loss of his son, Ernest, to cancer, Pajaud again turned to art to deal with a family member's death. *excerpt from: http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/ 10" x 8".

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James Phillips, (American/New York; b. 1945),

Lot 12: James Phillips, (American/New York; b. 1945), "Macombo"--geometric abstract, oil on canvas, 28" x 23 3/4".

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Description: James Phillips (American/New York; b. 1945) "Macombo"--geometric abstract oil on canvas signed lower left. (Phillips) incorporate(s) African patterns and designs throughout his compositions which include foreground and background to portray one design. In 1973 he became a member of AfriCobra... (He) has exhibited both nationally and internationally...His works have been specially created for public art projects for the city of Baltimore, Howard University in Washington, DC, the Department of Parks in New York City and the transit system for San Francisco, California and is highly collected...throughout the nation. In 1994 Phillips was commissioned by the Philadelphia Airport to create a permanent piece of art for their domestic wing. A triptych...entitled Gateways to The World. (Phillips) currently teaches painting and public art in the Department of Fine Arts at Howard University, Washington, DC. Since 1976 he has been both a mural consultant and a lecturer. Source: jamesphillips-artist.com 28" x 23 3/4".

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Purvis Young, (American; 1943-2010), blue figure abstract, oil on found textile fabric, 24

Lot 13: Purvis Young, (American; 1943-2010), blue figure abstract, oil on found textile fabric, 24" x 15".

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Description: Purvis Young (American; 1943-2010) blue figure abstract oil on found textile fabric signed upper right. Biography from Outsider Folk Art Gallery: Purvis Young has substituted a lack of formal education with intensive reading and study and is sophisticated about the history of art. He applies his personal world view to the medium of paint to create a visual language that expresses his concerns as much as it captures the life of the people and city that surround him. After learning of the "Freedom Walls" created by artists in Detroit and Chicago, Young decided in 1972, to create his own public mural at the intersection of Northwest Third Avenue an 14th Street in Overtown, Miami's inner-city coined "Good Bread Alley." The installation was visible from the newly constructed Interstate 95, which had all but dissected and consequently isolated his community from the rest of South Florida. Representing Young's unique view on life is a symbolic vocabulary where city street scenes move to the rhythm of life, wild horses roam free, "eyes of establishment" loom over, ancient warriors do battle, immigrant-laden boats set sail, legendary jazz and blues performers rip. It is here that Purvis Young easily, yet effectively, expresses his true feelings. 24" x 15".

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John Thomas Riddle Jr., (American; California/Georgia:1934-2002),

Lot 14: John Thomas Riddle Jr., (American; California/Georgia:1934-2002), "The Boost", color serigraph, Image; 30" x 20".

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Description: John Thomas Riddle Jr. (American; California/Georgia:1934-2002) "The Boost" color serigraph pencil signed, dated 1-80, and numbered 57/60 lower margin. Riddle's artwork is in the permanent collections of: Musée de Montreux in Switzerland National Jazz Museum in Harlem, NY Longview Museum of Fine Arts in Longview,TX High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA Harriet Tubman Museum in Macon, GA Philadelphia African American Museum in Philadelphia, PA African American Museum in Dallas, TX Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, MI Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Image; 30" x 20".

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John Thomas Riddle Jr., (American; 1934-2002),

Lot 15: John Thomas Riddle Jr., (American; 1934-2002), "Making Plans", color serigraph, Image; 22" x 31 1/2".

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Description: John Thomas Riddle Jr. (American; 1934-2002) "Making Plans" color serigraph pencil signed, dated 1982, and numbered 16/100 lower margin. Riddle's artwork is in the permanent collections of: Musée de Montreux in Switzerland National Jazz Museum in Harlem, NY Longview Museum of Fine Arts in Longview,TX High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA Harriet Tubman Museum in Macon, GA Philadelphia African American Museum in Philadelphia, PA African American Museum in Dallas, TX Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, MI Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Image; 22" x 31 1/2".

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Margo Humphrey, (American/ California; b.1942),

Lot 16: Margo Humphrey, (American/ California; b.1942), "Pyramids for Lunch", serigraph with hand coloring, 22 1/2" x 28 1/4".

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Description: Margo Humphrey (American/ California; b.1942) "Pyramids for Lunch" serigraph with hand coloring signed in the print, artist blind stamp, dated '98 lower right corner. Humphrey became a faculty member in the Department of Art at the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1989, where she teaches printmaking. Humphrey has also combined her skills as an author and illustrator for her children's book, The River That Gave Gifts. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in the United States and internationally. In 1996 she exhibited at the International Invitational World Printmaking Survey at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NY, and in 1999 she represented the United States at the Print Biennale in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Source: Annex Galleries/Askart.com 22 1/2" x 28 1/4".

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Louis Delsarte, (American/New York; b.1944),

Lot 17: Louis Delsarte, (American/New York; b.1944), "Unity", color lithograph on wove paper, 28 1/2" x 21 1/2".

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Description: Louis Delsarte (American/New York; b.1944) "Unity" color lithograph on wove paper pencil signed, titled, dated '95, and numbered 97/100 lower. Louis Delsarte is a professional artist with more than forty years of experience in university instruction...at various colleges and universities throughout the United States. Louis Delsarte has worked for over forty- seven years as a professional artist...and has contributed to numerous organizations to help students and others in need of vital funds. He has participated in a variety of exhibitions and his works can be found in numerous public and private collections. Delsarte is credited for his inventive, emotionally animated, rapturous allegorical scenes, and his mastery of watercolor, acrylic, pastel, and drawing media. As a consummate artist, Delsarte's interests and expression as a profound figurative expressionist have culminated in his creative presentation of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Mural: Dreams, Visions, and Change, a 129 feet mural completed in 2009 and installed on Auburn Avenue for the City of Atlanta. Source: louisdelsarte.net 28 1/2" x 21 1/2".

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Lot 18: Willis "Bing" Davis, (American; b.1937), "Ancestral Spirit Dance #26", large scale abstract oil pastel on colored paper, 40" x 31 3/...

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Description: Willis "Bing" Davis (American; b.1937) "Ancestral Spirit Dance #26" large scale abstract oil pastel on colored paper signed and dated 79 center left and verso with personal inscription. 40" x 31 3/4".

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Lot 19: Willis "Bing" Davis, (American; b. 1937), "Ancestral Spirit Dance #27", large scale abstract oil pastel on colored paper, 40" x 31 3...

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Description: Willis "Bing" Davis (American; b. 1937) "Ancestral Spirit Dance #27" large scale abstract oil pastel on colored paper signed and dated 1979 center right and verso with personal inscription. 40" x 31 3/4".

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Lot 20: Willis "Bing" Davis, (American; b.1937), "Ancestral Spirit Dance #06", oil pastel on paper, 39" x 63".

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Description: Willis "Bing" Davis (American; b.1937) "Ancestral Spirit Dance #06" oil pastel on paper This work is an assemblage of small 8 1/2x11 sheets of black pastel paper. Signed verso: "Willis Bing Davis & SAT. AM YOUTH PROG, May 2001, Indpls., IND" 39" x 63".

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Sarah Mary Taylor, (Mississippi; 20th Century), Self taught folk artist and quilter, mixed media work on paper, 16 1/2

Lot 21: Sarah Mary Taylor, (Mississippi; 20th Century), Self taught folk artist and quilter, mixed media work on paper, 16 1/2" x 15".

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Description: Sarah Mary Taylor (Mississippi; 20th Century) Self taught folk artist and quilter mixed media work on paper signed and inscribed. 16 1/2" x 15".

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Paul Andrew Wandless, (American; 20th/21st Century),

Lot 22: Paul Andrew Wandless, (American; 20th/21st Century), "Craftsmen", oil on unstretched canvas, 19" x 25".

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Description: Paul Andrew Wandless (American; 20th/21st Century) "Craftsmen" oil on unstretched canvas signed and dated '04 lower left. Wandless is a fine artist currently residing in Chicago and specializing in printing techniques on ceramics as well as an author, curator, and instructor. His clay work, prints, sculptures, paintings and drawings have been exhibited since 1995 and are collected privately and publicly. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Arizona State University ('99), a Master of Art degree from Minnesota State University-Mankato ('97) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from University of Delaware ('95). 19" x 25".

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Carl Pope, (American; b.1961), Welcome Flamingo Park, large format photograph, 19 1/4

Lot 23: Carl Pope, (American; b.1961), Welcome Flamingo Park, large format photograph, 19 1/4" x 30".

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Description: Carl Pope (American; b.1961) Welcome Flamingo Park large format photograph signed verso 19 1/4" x 30".

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Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), Profile of an African Warrior, oil on board, 9

Lot 24: Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), Profile of an African Warrior, oil on board, 9" x 12".

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Description: Derrick Woodford (American; b.1957) Profile of an African Warrior oil on board Signed with initials and labeled verso. Woodford is a self-taught African American artist, born and raised in the Haughville district of Indianapolis. His extensive work has been exhibited locally at the Madame Walker, Black Expo, and Talbot Street Art Festival. 9" x 12".

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Derrick Woodford, (American; b. 1957), Untitled 1983 portrait of an African woman, oil on canvas, 30 1/4

Lot 25: Derrick Woodford, (American; b. 1957), Untitled 1983 portrait of an African woman, oil on canvas, 30 1/4" x 24 1/4".

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Description: Derrick Woodford (American; b. 1957) Untitled 1983 portrait of an African woman oil on canvas signed with initials and labeled verso. Woodford is a self-taught African American artist, born and raised in the Haughville district of Indianapolis. His extensive work has been exhibited locally at the Madame Walker, Black Expo, and Talbot Street Art Festival. 30 1/4" x 24 1/4".

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Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), Birth of the Blues, 2014, oil on canvas, 28

Lot 25A: Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), Birth of the Blues, 2014, oil on canvas, 28" x 22"

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Description: Derrick Woodford (American; b.1957) Birth of the Blues, 2014 oil on canvas signed with initials and labeled verso. Woodford is a self-taught African American artist, born and raised in the Haughville district of Indianapolis. His extensive work has been exhibited locally at the Madame Walker, Black Expo, and Talbot Street Art Festival. 28" x 22"

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Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), 8 Ball (The Final Shot), 2014, oil on canvas, 28 1/4

Lot 25B: Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), 8 Ball (The Final Shot), 2014, oil on canvas, 28 1/4" x 21".

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Description: Derrick Woodford (American; b.1957) 8 Ball (The Final Shot), 2014 oil on canvas signed with initials and labeled verso. Woodford is a self-taught African American artist, born and raised in the Haughville district of Indianapolis. His extensive work has been exhibited locally at the Madame Walker, Black Expo, and Talbot Street Art Festival. 28 1/4" x 21".

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Derrick Woodford, (American; b. 1957),

Lot 26: Derrick Woodford, (American; b. 1957), "The Bus Stop", 2013, oil on canvas, 30" x 24".

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Description: Derrick Woodford (American; b. 1957) "The Bus Stop", 2013 oil on canvas signed with initials and labeled verso. Woodford is a self-taught African American artist, born and raised in the Haughville district of Indianapolis. His extensive work has been exhibited locally at the Madame Walker, Black Expo, and Talbot Street Art Festival. 30" x 24".

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Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957),

Lot 27: Derrick Woodford, (American; b.1957), "Dirty Mike the Parasite", oil on canvas laid on board, 21" x 15".

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Description: Derrick Woodford (American; b.1957) "Dirty Mike the Parasite" oil on canvas laid on board signed with initials and labeled verso. Woodford is a self-taught African American artist, born and raised in the Haughville district of Indianapolis. His extensive work has been exhibited locally at the Madame Walker, Black Expo, and Talbot Street Art Festival. 21" x 15".

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Charles (Charley) Harper,

Lot 28: Charles (Charley) Harper, "Anhinga" fishing bird, large scale silkscreen on canvas, 44" x 20".

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Description: Charles (Charley) Harper "Anhinga" fishing bird large scale silkscreen on canvas pencil signed and numbered 147/500. Matting is warped. No visible damage or staining to print. 44" x 20".

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Wood Duck (1973), Screenprint on paper, 26 1/4

Lot 29: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Wood Duck (1973), Screenprint on paper, 26 1/4" x 16 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Wood Duck (1973) Screenprint on paper A decked out wood duck admires a newly fallen leaf. Signed and numbered, 1213/1500, lower. 26 1/4" x 16 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Otter Delight (1976), Screenprint on paper, 21 1/2

Lot 30: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Otter Delight (1976), Screenprint on paper, 21 1/2" x 11 1/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Otter Delight (1976) Screenprint on paper A mother and pup otter be delighted to feast on crab and sea urchin for supper. Signed and numbered 1438/2000, lower. 21 1/2" x 11 1/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Down Under- Down Under (1977), Screenprint on paper, 17 3/4

Lot 31: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Down Under- Down Under (1977), Screenprint on paper, 17 3/4" x 18 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Down Under- Down Under (1977) Screenprint on paper Highly graphic print of Koala mother and baby hanging "down under" a eucalyptus branch. Signed and numbered 1598/2500, lower. 17 3/4" x 18 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Raccrobat (1978), Screenprint on paper

Lot 32: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Raccrobat (1978), Screenprint on paper

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Raccrobat (1978) Screenprint on paper A raccoon accompanied by a swallow tail butterfly do feats of acrobatic daring. Signed lower.

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Hexxit, Screenprint on paper, 23

Lot 33: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Hexxit, Screenprint on paper, 23"x 23"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Hexxit Screenprint on paper A barn owl flies out of a beautifully painted barn. Signed and numbered 228/1500, lower. 23"x 23"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Redbirds and Redbuds (1980), Screenprint on paper, 22 1/2

Lot 34: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Redbirds and Redbuds (1980), Screenprint on paper, 22 1/2" x 22"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Redbirds and Redbuds (1980) Screenprint on paper A pair of redbirds fly over an orchard of beautifully blossoming redbud trees. Signed and numbered 228/1500, lower. 22 1/2" x 22"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Seeing Red (1977), Screenprint on paper, 21 1/4

Lot 35: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Seeing Red (1977), Screenprint on paper, 21 1/4" x 26 1/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Seeing Red (1977) Screenprint on paper A silly cardinal stops to admire his own reflection in a window pane. Signed and numbered 1598/2000, lower. 21 1/4" x 26 1/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Flamboyant Feathers (1974), Screenprint on paper, 22 1/2

Lot 36: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Flamboyant Feathers (1974), Screenprint on paper, 22 1/2" x 20 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Flamboyant Feathers (1974) Screenprint on paper Two "flamboyant feathered" birds perch on a fan-like palm frond. Signed and numbered 310/1500, lower. 22 1/2" x 20 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Bluebirds in the Bluegrass (1975), Screenprint on paper, 28

Lot 37: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Bluebirds in the Bluegrass (1975), Screenprint on paper, 28" x 27 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Bluebirds in the Bluegrass (1975) Screenprint on paper This highly symmetrical composition features two happy bluebirds flying over a field of old Kentucky bluegrass. Signed and numbered1466/2000, lower. 28" x 27 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Lovey Dovey (1978), Screenprint on paper, 21 1/4

Lot 38: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Lovey Dovey (1978), Screenprint on paper, 21 1/4" x 21 1/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Lovey Dovey (1978) Screenprint on paper Two lovey turtle doves cuddle together while perched upon the telephone wires. Sined and numbered 1591/2000, lower. 21 1/4" x 21 1/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Round Robin (1973), Screenprint on paper, 18 1/4

Lot 39: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Round Robin (1973), Screenprint on paper, 18 1/4" x 23 3/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Round Robin (1973) Screenprint on paper A pair of robins scrabble in a flurry of feet and feathers in this dynamic print by modern artist Charley Harper. Signed and numbered 1437/1500, lower 18 1/4" x 23 3/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Bittern Suite (1978), Screenprint on paper, 23 3/4

Lot 40: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Bittern Suite (1978), Screenprint on paper, 23 3/4" x 18 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Bittern Suite (1978) Screenprint on paper A mother bittern and her brood of bittern babies battle for bed-space in this beautiful print. Sined and numbered 1598/2000, lower. 23 3/4" x 18 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Buzz Off You Turkey (1979), Screenprint on paper, 14

Lot 41: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Buzz Off You Turkey (1979), Screenprint on paper, 14" x 28 1/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Buzz Off You Turkey (1979) Screenprint on paper Three perfectly coiffed turkey buzzards glare at their fourth frazzled feathered friend, clearly giving him the vibe to "buzz off"! Signed and numbered 1598/2000, lower. 14" x 28 1/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Tall Tail (1974), Screenprint on paper, 24

Lot 42: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Tall Tail (1974), Screenprint on paper, 24" x 16 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Tall Tail (1974) Screenprint on paper A road runner with a tail as tall as a cactus crows over its prize, while a tail-less collared lizard escapes, simply glad to be alive. Signed and numbered, 1438/2000, lower. 24" x 16 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Pot Luck, Screenprint on paper, 27 1/4

Lot 43: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Pot Luck, Screenprint on paper, 27 1/4" x 17 1/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Pot Luck Screenprint on paper A ravenous coatimundi is lucky he found this pot of food in this totemic composition. Signed and numbered 228/1500, lower. 27 1/4" x 17 1/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Beetle Battle, Screenprint on paper, 20 3/4

Lot 44: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Beetle Battle, Screenprint on paper, 20 3/4" x 26 1/4"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Beetle Battle Screenprint on paper Two horned beatles battle over a mushroom. Signed and numbered 742/750, lower. 20 3/4" x 26 1/4"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Frog Eat Frog (1978), Screenprint on paper, 22

Lot 45: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Frog Eat Frog (1978), Screenprint on paper, 22" x 22"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Frog Eat Frog (1978) Screenprint on paper A big bully bullfrog gobbles down a hapless young frog. It's a frog eat frog world out there! Signed and numbered 1598/2000, lower. 22" x 22"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Claws (1976), Screenprint on paper, 28 3/4

Lot 46: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Claws (1976), Screenprint on paper, 28 3/4" x 21 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Claws (1976) Screenprint on paper A bulldog on the beach confronts a small but cantankerous green crab. Who will win? Claws or paws? Signed and numbered 1439/2000, lower. 28 3/4" x 21 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Dolfun, Screenprint on paper, 22 1/2

Lot 47: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Dolfun, Screenprint on paper, 22 1/2" x 18 1/2"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Dolfun Screenprint on paper A dolphin playfully balances a baby sea turtle on the top of his nose like a ball. Signed and numbered 1597/2500, lower. 22 1/2" x 18 1/2"

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Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Brrrrrthday, Screenprint on paper, 24 1/2

Lot 48: Charley Harper, American (1922-2007), Brrrrrthday, Screenprint on paper, 24 1/2" x 20"

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Description: Charley Harper American (1922-2007) Brrrrrthday Screenprint on paper An emperor penguin wishes its chick a happy brrrrrthday as he hatches in the falling snow. Signed and numbered 1598/2500, lower. 24 1/2" x 20"

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