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Auction Description for Wilson Fine Art & Antiques: 6/20 Summer's Fine Art Sale!

6/20 Summer's Fine Art Sale!

(990 Lots)

by Wilson Fine Art & Antiques


990 lots with images

June 20, 2014

Live Auction

1942 Broadway St., STE 314C

Boulder, CO, 80302 USA

Phone: 720 220-1544

Email: wilsonantiquesandart@gmail.com

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Lot 1F: "terrace Pond" By Rebecca Haroline

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Description: Limited Edition, Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 26" x 35" In.

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The RollingStones  Giclee, mini guitar & engraved signatures

Lot 1M: The RollingStones Giclee, mini guitar & engraved signatures

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Description: "The RollingStones" Giclee in San Antonio TX. with mini guitar & engraved signatures, comes in Beautiful custom matt & frame, approx dimension 19"x14".

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Lot 2F: "Cabinet Portrait" By Listsotky

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Description: Limited Edition, Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 39" x 32" In.

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The Dore Bible Gallery

Lot 2M: The Dore Bible Gallery "David Spares Saul" Pg. 32

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Description: From The Dore Bible Gallery containing one hundred superb illustrations. By Gustave Dore born in the city of Strasburg, January 10, 1833.

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Lot 3F: "Garden Party" By Latanabe

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Description: Limited Edition, Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 29" x 37" In.

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Garden Portrait

Lot 4F: Garden Portrait" By Rebecca Haroline

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Description: Limited Edition, Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 26" x 35" In.

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Lot 5F: "Still Life" By Christine Tidle

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Description: Limited Edition, Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 19" x 21" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 5G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, BEARING THE SIGNATURE TITLED "ODALISQUE A LA JUPE DE TULLE", CIRCA 1923 . Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Lot 6F: "Ocean Vista" By Irene Sheri

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Description: Oil on Canvas, signed by the artist, Approximately 12" x 16" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 6G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, BEARING THE SIGNATURE IN A LIMITED EDITION TITLED "TETE DE FACE", CIRCA 1948 . Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Lot 7D: "Cacciaguida's History Lesson" Paradise 15 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 7F: "Portrait" By Rita Asfour

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 18" x 20" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 7G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, BEARING THE SIGNATURE IN A LIMITED EDITION TITLED "NU", CIRCA 1906 . Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Salem Shipyard by Wooster Scott

Lot 7M: Salem Shipyard by Wooster Scott

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Description: Wooster Scott Limited Edition Lithograph. unframed; framing available at an additional charge, bearing the signature , a must have in your art collection, approx dimension 14"x13". Learn of all the greats and simply artist of generation's past. It all is the journey that takes us here in todays world of art! Shre the appreciation, bid and win today!!!!

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Lot 8D: "The Cross of Mars" Paradise 14 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 8F: "Beautiful Music" By Hailin

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Description: Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 28" x 22" In.

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Lot 8G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, BEARING THE SIGNATURE TITLED "NU DE PROFIL, FIGURE LISANT", CIRCA 1914. Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Best in Show by Wooster Scott

Lot 8M: Best in Show by Wooster Scott

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Description: Wooster Scott Limited Edition Lithograph. unframed; framing available at an additional charge, bearing the signature , a must have in your art collection, approx dimension 14"x13". Learn of all the greats and simply artist of generation's past. It all is the journey that takes us here in todays world of art! Shre the appreciation, bid and win today!!!!

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Lot 9D: "Original Perfection" Paradise 13 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 9F: "Cleaning" By Isaac Akim

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 29" x 23" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 9G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, TITLED "NU AU VISAGE COUPLE", CIRCA 1914 . Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Georges Lambert Original Lithograph

Lot 9M: Georges Lambert Original Lithograph

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Description: Limited Edition Lithograph in the manner of Artist Georges Lambert, Bearing the signature, & numbered, NOT FRAMED! framing available at an additional charge, approx dimension 21"x29"

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The Dore Bible Gallery

Lot 9X: The Dore Bible Gallery "The Close of the Crucifixion"

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Description: From The Dore Bible Gallery containing one hundred superb illustrations. By Gustave Dore born in the city of Strasburg, January 10, 1833.

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Lot 10F: "Untitled" By G. Adam

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 29" x 23" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 10G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, BEARING THE SIGNATURE TITLED "NU AU ROCKING CHAIR", CIRCA 1914 . Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Lot 11D: "The Dust of Souls" Paradise 11 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 11F: "On the other side" By Christine Tidle

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Description: Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 28" x 32" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 11G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, TITLED "TORSE, LES YEUX NOIRS", CIRCA 1914. Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Lot 11M: "Portrait of Frederika Maria Beer" By Artist Gustav Klimt

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Description: Limited Edition By Klimt. Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 ? February 6, 1918) was an Austrian symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement. Klimt is noted for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other objets d'art. Klimt's primary subject was the female body; his works are marked by a frank eroticism.

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Lot 12D: "The Song of the Wise Spirits" Paradise 10 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 12F: "In the park" By Christine Tidle

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Description: Serigraph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 26" x 30" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 12G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, TITLED "NU ASSIS DE DOS", CIRCA 1914. Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Colorful Limited Edition By artist Sam Francis.

Lot 12M: Colorful Limited Edition By artist Sam Francis.

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Description: Limited Edition In The Manner Of Artist Sam Francis. Sam Francis ,Born in 1923 in San Mateo, California, noted for his lyrical, colorful abstract works, was one of the first American artists to experiment with "empty-center" painting.

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Lot 13D: "The Bishop Cum Trubader" Paradise 9 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 13F: "Ship Study"

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 38" x 25" In.

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LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

Lot 13G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, TITLED "TETE PENCHEE VERS LA GAUCHE", CIRCA 1914. Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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The Dore Bible Gallery

Lot 13X: The Dore Bible Gallery "The Betrayal"

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Description: From The Dore Bible Gallery containing one hundred superb illustrations. By Gustave Dore born in the city of Strasburg, January 10, 1833.

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LLado FLORAL Hand Signed Limited Ed. Serigraph

Lot 13Y: LLado FLORAL Hand Signed Limited Ed. Serigraph

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Description: Bearing the signature serigraph by LLado titled "FLORAL ". Beautiful art piece on extra thick paper. Paper measures 31" x 30". Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Comes unframed. In mint condition!

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Lot 14D: "The Ascent to Venus" Paradise 8 By Salvador Dali

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Description: Certified Dali Woodblock, Signed, Image Size Approximately 11 x 8 In. Arches Paper Matting Size Approximately 17 x 13 In.

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Lot 14F: "Libertad II"

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 20" x 26" In.

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Lot 14G: LITHOGRAPH BY ARTIST HENRI MATISSE

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Description: LITHOGRAPH BY HENRI MATISSE, BEARING THE SIGNATURE TITLED "LA NUIT", CIRCA 1922. Matisse?s discovery of his true profession came about in an unusual manner. Following an attack of appendicitis, he began to paint in 1889, when his mother had brought him art supplies during the period of convalescence. He said later, ?From the moment I held the box of colors in my hands, I knew this was my life. I threw myself into it like a beast that plunges towards the thing it loves.? Matisse?s mother was the first to advise her son not to adhere to the ?rules? of art, but rather listen to his own emotions. Matisse was so committed to his art that he later extended a warning to his fiancée, Amélie Parayre, whom he later married: ?I love you dearly, mademoiselle; but I shall always love painting more.? Matisse had discovered "a kind of paradise" as he later described it. His drastic change of profession deeply disappointed his father. Two years later in 1891 Matisse returned to Paris to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau. After a discouraging year at the Académie Julian, he left in disgust at the overly perfectionist style of teaching there. Afterwards he trained with Gustave Moreau, an artist who nurtured more progressive leanings. In both studios, as was usual, students drew endless figure studies from life. From Bouguereau, he learned the fundamental lessons of classical painting. His one art-schooled technical standby, almost a fetish, was the plumb line. No matter how odd the angles in any Matisse, the verticals are usually dead true. Moreau was a painter who despised the "art du salon", so Matisse was destined, in a certain sense, to remain an "outcast" of the art world. He initially failed his drawing exam for admission to the �cole des Beaux-Arts, but persisted and was finally accepted. Matisse began painting still-lives and landscapes in the traditional Flemish style, at which he achieved reasonable proficiency. Most of his early works employ a dark palette and tend to be gloomy. Chardin was one of Matisse's most admired painters having made four the French still-life master paintings in the Louvre. Although he executed numerous copies after the old masters he also studied contemporary art. His first experimentations earned him a reputation as the rebellious member of his studio classes. In 1896, Matisse was elected as an associate member of the Société Nationale, which meant that each year he could show paintings at the Salon de la Société without having to submit them for review. In the same year he exhibited 5 paintings in the salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, and the state bought two of his paintings. This was the first and almost only recognition he received in his native country during his lifetime. In 1897 and 1898, he visited the painter John Peter Russell on the island Belle �le off the coast of Brittany. Russell introduced him to Impressionism and to the work of Van Gogh who had been a good friend of Russell but was completely unknown at the time. Matisse's style changed completely, and he would later say "Russell was my teacher, and Russell explained color theory to me." Matisse also observed Russell's and other artists' stable marriages. This probably influenced him to find in Amélie Noellie Parayre, his future wife, his anchor.

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Original Lithograph by artist William Brice

Lot 14O: Original Lithograph by artist William Brice

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Description: Lithograph in the manner of William Brice bearing the signature, titled "Seated Figure in a Landscape" comes with certificate of authenticity, framing available at an additional charge.

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LLado GIVER MY Hand Signed Limited Ed. Serigraph

Lot 14Y: LLado GIVER MY Hand Signed Limited Ed. Serigraph

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Description: Bearing the signature serigraph serigraph by LLado titled "GIVER MY ". Beautiful art piece on extra thick paper. Paper measures 32" x 32". Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Comes unframed. In mint condition!

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Lot 15F: "Homeward Bound"

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 25" x 33" In.

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Original Lithograph by artist William Brice

Lot 15O: Original Lithograph by artist William Brice

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Description: Lithograph in the manner of William Brice bearing the signature, titled "Untitled" comes with certificate of authenticity, framing available at an additional charge.

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Rita Azlow  Hand Signed Limited Ed. Serigraph

Lot 15Y: Rita Azlow Hand Signed Limited Ed. Serigraph

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Description: In the manner of Rita Azlow, bearing the signature. Image Size: 30" x 40" . Medium is Serigraph on thick paper with gorgeous rich colors. Comes unframed. In mint condition!

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Lot 16F: "Atache"

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 24" x 20" In.

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Original Lithograph by artist William Brice

Lot 16O: Original Lithograph by artist William Brice

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Description: Lithograph in the manner of William Brice bearing the signature, titled "Untitled" comes with certificate of authenticity, framing available at an additional charge.

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Renoux Hand Signed Limited Edition Lithograph

Lot 16Y: Renoux Hand Signed Limited Edition Lithograph "Bistrot Vivienne"

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Description: Bearing the signature serigraph Limited Edition Lithograph by Renoux titled "Bistrot Vivienne", signed & numbered, approx dimension 21x36 in.

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Lot 17F: "Homeward Bound Celebration"

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 26" x 32' In.

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