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Auction Description for Swann:
Viewing Notes:
11th & 13th Sept 10am - 4pm, 14th Sept 10am - 8pm, 15th Sept
Sale Notes:
None

783 lots

September 16, 1999

104 East 25th Street

New York, NY, 10010 USA

Phone: 212.254.4710

Fax: 212 979 1017

Email: swann@swanngalleries.com

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Lot 1: Edwin Austin Abbey Two Sheperds. Pen and ink on illustration board, circa 1875. 212 x 215 mm; 8.375 x 8.5 inches. Adhesive residue recto margins. Otherwise in good condition. With English School, 19th Century Group of 4 drawings including Harley and

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Description: Edwin Austin Abbey Two Sheperds. Pen and ink on illustration board, circa 1875. 212 x 215 mm; 8.375 x 8.5 inches. Adhesive residue recto margins. Otherwise in good condition. With English School, 19th Century Group of 4 drawings including Harley and Hoffbauer Three signed in pencil, lower margin. Various sizes and conditions. Should be seen.

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Lot 2: Ida Abelman Greetings from a Manhattan Artist. Color lithograph, circa 1936. 208 x 255 mm; 8.25 x 10.125 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower right. Published by the Federal Art Project, W.P.A., New York, with the ink stamps lower

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Description: Ida Abelman Greetings from a Manhattan Artist. Color lithograph, circa 1936. 208 x 255 mm; 8.25 x 10.125 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower right. Published by the Federal Art Project, W.P.A., New York, with the ink stamps lower left. Very pale marginal mat stain.

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Lot 3: Abraham Abromovitz Wuxtry! Color woodcut on Japan paper, circa 1938. 362 x 253 mm; 14.25 x 10 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. Published by the Federal Art Project, W.P.A., New York. Very pale marginal mat stain, well

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Description: Abraham Abromovitz Wuxtry! Color woodcut on Japan paper, circa 1938. 362 x 253 mm; 14.25 x 10 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. Published by the Federal Art Project, W.P.A., New York. Very pale marginal mat stain, well outside the image. A fine impression of this scarce print, with strong colors.

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Lot 4: Yaacov Agam About Agam. Portfolio with complete text and 5 color screenprints on Arches, 1974. 75 x 75 mm; 29.5 x 29.5 inches (sheets) full margins, loose as issued. One of 180 signed copies, of total edition of 205. Each print signed in white ink,

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Description: Yaacov Agam About Agam. Portfolio with complete text and 5 color screenprints on Arches, 1974. 75 x 75 mm; 29.5 x 29.5 inches (sheets) full margins, loose as issued. One of 180 signed copies, of total edition of 205. Each print signed in white ink, lower right. Printed by Arcay, Paris. Published Editions de Messine, Paris. Original blue linen portfolio.

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Lot 5: Abe Ajay Workman Lighting His Pipe. Lithograph, circa 1936. 395 x 308 mm; 15.5 x 12 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. Published by the Federal Art Profect, W.P.A., New York, with the ink stamp lower left. A very good,

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Description: Abe Ajay Workman Lighting His Pipe. Lithograph, circa 1936. 395 x 308 mm; 15.5 x 12 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. Published by the Federal Art Profect, W.P.A., New York, with the ink stamp lower left. A very good, clean impression of this scarce print.

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