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Auction Description for Stanford Auctioneers: Fine Art - Day 2 Starting Bid @ $550 or Less
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Our two day sale includes paintings, drawings, watercolors, fine prints, posters, sculpture, and many other types of artwork. Material included: 21st/20th/19th Centuries American, 21st/20th/19th Centuries European, Latin American, Latin American Folk Art featuring Mexican Masks, Asian, and Old Masters. The Fine Art auctions begin on Saturday, December 8th and continue on Sunday, December 9th, 2012. Ashe Auctioneers is the largest Fine Art & Photographs auction house in 10 of the 11 Western States (Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington), California being the exception. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, we hold approximately 16 regularly scheduled auctions each year. We focus on traditional fine art and photography. Fine Art auctions generally consist of Old Master to Contemporary work, from the 15th to the 21st centuries, with an emphasis on 19th and 20th century material. We sell paintings, drawings, sculpture, fine prints, vintage and fine art posters, and many other types of fine art. Photographic items range from the earliest created images through the very recent. An important category in the Fine Art sales is Latin American material, with a sub-category in Mexican Folk Ar

Fine Art - Day 2 Starting Bid @ $550 or Less

(811 Lots)

by Stanford Auctioneers


811 lots with images

December 9, 2012

Live Auction

530 E. McDowell Rd.

Phoenix, AZ, 85004 USA

Phone: 602-266-8482

Fax: 602-266-8459

Email: info@stanfordauctioneers.com

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EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Woodcut printed in brown ink

Lot 722: EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Woodcut printed in brown ink

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Description: Eduardo Chillida (Spanish, 1924-2002). "Composition #01". Woodcut printed in brown ink. 1956. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edges of the sheet. Very good impression. Condition: foxing overall, else very good; affixed to a very thin conservation backing sheet. Provenance: Estate of a private collector, Madrid. Overall size: 14 7/8 x 11 in. (378 x 279 mm). Image size: 14 7/8 x 11 in. (378 x 279 mm). [25749] |200| {R100}

Condition Report: Condition: foxing overall, else very good; affixed to a very thin conservation backing sheet

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EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Original woodcut

Lot 723: EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Original woodcut

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Description: Eduardo Chillida (Spanish, 1924-2002). "Composition #04". Original woodcut. c1960. White wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet, top. Fine impression. Good condition; slight light-staining; centerfold as issued; affixed to very thin conservation support sheet. Provenance: Estate of a private collector, Madrid. Overall size: 14 11/16 x 22 in. (373 x 559 mm). Image size: 11 7/8 x 10 15/16 in. (302 x 278 mm). [25776] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition; slight light-staining; centerfold as issued; affixed to very thin conservation support sheet

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EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Original lithograph printed in brown ink

Lot 724: EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Original lithograph printed in brown ink

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Description: Eduardo Chillida (Spanish, 1924-2002). "Composition #07". Original lithograph printed in brown ink. c1961. Signed with the initials, lower left. Very light cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet, top. Fine impression. Very good condition; centerfold as issued; affixed to very thin conservation support sheet. Provenance: Estate of a private collector, Madrid. Overall size: 13 1/16 x 21 7/8 in. (332 x 556 mm). Image size: 11 5/8 x 15 3/16 in. (295 x 386 mm). [25779] |300| {R100}

Condition Report: Very good condition; centerfold as issued; affixed to very thin conservation support sheet

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EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Original lithograph

Lot 725: EDUARDO CHILLIDA - Original lithograph

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Description: Eduardo Chillida (Spanish, 1924-2002). "Composition #11". Original lithograph. c1970. White wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet, left and right sides. Fine impression. Fine condition; affixed to very thin conservation support sheet. Provenance: Estate of a private collector, Madrid. Overall size: 14 9/16 x 10 7/8 in. (370 x 276 mm). Image size: 10 5/8 x 10 7/8 in. (270 x 276 mm). [25783] |200| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition; affixed to very thin conservation support sheet

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HUBERT CLERGET - Color lithograph

Lot 726: HUBERT CLERGET - Color lithograph

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Description: Hubert Clerget (French, 1818 - 1899). "Train de Plaisir en Hiver (Savoie)". Color lithograph. c1870?. Overall size: 31 1/2 x 25 1/2 in. (800 x 648 mm). Image size: 18 1/4 x 24 5/8 in. (464 x 625 mm). [19190] |40| {R100}

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CONTINENTAL SCHOOL [19TH CENTURY] - Textile (Needlepoint)

Lot 727: CONTINENTAL SCHOOL [19TH CENTURY] - Textile (Needlepoint)

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Description: Continental School [19th Century]. "Katherine of Aragon (Queen of England) and Cardinal Woolsey [an extraordinarily large needlepoint "painting."]". Textile (Needlepoint). c1880s. Very good condition. Framed behind glass in a striking gilt period frame. The plaque reads: "Scene: The apartment of the Queen, Katherine of Arragon (sic), the wife of Henry VIII. The Queen with her three ladies in waiting; the two Cardinals, Woolsey in red, Capeius in purple. 'Cardinal Woolsey: Madam, you wander from the good we aim at. Queen Katherine: My lord, I dare not make myself so guilty. To give up willingly that noble title your master wed me to: nothing but death shall ere divorce my dignities.'". Image size: 59 x 55 in. (1499 x 1397 mm). [22560] |500| {R100}

Condition Report: Very good condition.

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ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

Lot 728: ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

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Description: Antonio Garcia Cubas [publisher] (Mexican, 1832 - 1912). "Carta Hidrografica". Color chromolithograph. 1885. Printed 1897. Vibrant impression with fresh colors. Plate VII of set of XIII from the "Atlas Pintoresco e Historico de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos." An extraordinarily important and monumental achievement from one of the greatest Mexican color plate books of the 19th century. From the collection of Estela Ogazon. Image size: 20 9/16 x 26 7/8 in. (522 x 683 mm). [22818] |500| {K90} <+>

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ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

Lot 729: ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

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Description: Antonio Garcia Cubas [publisher] (Mexican, 1832 - 1912). "Carta Historica y Arqueologica". Color chromolithograph. 1885. Printed 1897. Vibrant impression with fresh colors. Plate X of set of XIII from the "Atlas Pintoresco e Historico de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos." An extraordinarily important and monumental achievement from one of the greatest Mexican color plate books of the 19th century. From the collection of Estela Ogazon. Image size: 20 5/8 x 26 15/16 in. (524 x 684 mm). [22821] |500| {K90} <+>

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ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

Lot 730: ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

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Description: Antonio Garcia Cubas [publisher] (Mexican, 1832 - 1912). "Instruccion Publica". Color chromolithograph. 1885. Printed 1897. Vibrant impression with fresh colors. Plate V of set of XIII from the "Atlas Pintoresco e Historico de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos." An extraordinarily important and monumental achievement from one of the greatest Mexican color plate books of the 19th century. From the collection of Estela Ogazon. Image size: 20 11/16 x 26 9/16 in. (525 x 675 mm). [22816] |300| {K90} <+>

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ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

Lot 731: ANTONIO GARCIA CUBAS [PUBLISHER] - Color chromolithograph

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Description: Antonio Garcia Cubas [publisher] (Mexican, 1832 - 1912). "Vias de Comunicacion y Movimiento Maritimo". Color chromolithograph. 1885. Printed 1897. Vibrant impression with fresh colors. Plate IV of set of XIII from the "Atlas Pintoresco e Historico de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos." An extraordinarily important and monumental achievement from one of the greatest Mexican color plate books of the 19th century. From the collection of Estela Ogazon. Image size: 20 1/2 x 26 3/4 in. (521 x 679 mm). [22815] |300| {K90} <+>

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CHARLES-FRANCOIS DAUBIGNY - Etching

Lot 732: CHARLES-FRANCOIS DAUBIGNY - Etching

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Description: Charles-Francois Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878). "Le Printemps". Etching. 1857. Lettered in the lower margin. Laid paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Literature/catalogue raisonne: D89. Overall size: 8 5/8 x 14 in. (219 x 356 mm). Image size: 4 3/4 x 9 5/8 in. (121 x 244 mm). [18837] |200| {R100}

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ALAN DAVIE - Color lithograph

Lot 733: ALAN DAVIE - Color lithograph

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Description: Alan Davie (Scottish, b.1920). "Composition". Color lithograph. 1963. Edition of 2,000. White wove paper. The full sheet. Fine impression with fresh colors. Fine condition; centerfold as issued. For Walasse Ting's "1¢ Life." Prints from the One Cent Life portfolio are in most major and public collections worldwide including MOMA (New York), Tate Modern (London), Museum of Contemporary Art (Montreal) and the Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburg). Text and/or image may be on verso. Overall size: 16 3/16 x 22 15/16 in. (411 x 583 mm). Image size: 15 1/2 x 21 3/4 in. (394 x 552 mm). [26794] |150| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition; centerfold as issued

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ROY DE FOREST - Lithograph

Lot 734: ROY DE FOREST - Lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Big Eyeball". Lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed and editioned in pencil, lower right. 013110 of Trial proof. Orange/red wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 15 3/4 x 21 9/16 in. (400 x 548 mm). Image size: 15 3/4 x 21 9/16 in. (400 x 548 mm). [27423] |350| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

Lot 735: ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Footsies". Color lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed in pencil, lower right. Editioned in pencil, lower left. 013110 of Artist proof. Light cream wove paper. Ample margins. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 18 5/8 x 21 7/8 in. (473 x 556 mm). Image size: 13 3/4 x 18 in. (349 x 457 mm). [27419] |400| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

Lot 736: ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Green & Black". Color lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed in pencil, lower right. Editioned in pencil, lower left. 013110 of Trial proof. Cream wove paper. Ample margins. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 17 3/8 x 23 1/8 in. (441 x 587 mm). Image size: 14 x 18 in. (356 x 457 mm). [27420] |400| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

Lot 737: ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Mosquito II". Color lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed and editioned in pencil, lower center. 013110 of Trial proof. Light cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). "Mosquito" was printed in black ink, "Mosquito II" (our example) in green ink. De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 19 x 29 5/16 in. (483 x 745 mm). Image size: 19 x 29 5/16 in. (483 x 745 mm). [27416] |450| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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ROY DE FOREST - Lithograph

Lot 738: ROY DE FOREST - Lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Shade Tree". Lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed in pencil, lower right; editioned in pencil, lower left. 013110 of Artist proof. Light cream watermarked wove paper. Ample margins. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 16 1/2 x 21 in. (419 x 533 mm). Image size: 14 1/4 x 20 1/2 in. (362 x 521 mm). [27417] |300| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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ROY DE FOREST - Lithograph

Lot 739: ROY DE FOREST - Lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Trees". Lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed in pencil, lower right. Editioned in pencil, lower left. 013110 of Artist proof. Cream wove paper. Ample margins. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 15 7/8 x 21 7/8 in. (403 x 556 mm). Image size: 13 3/4 x 17 7/8 in. (349 x 454 mm). [27421] |300| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

Lot 740: ROY DE FOREST - Color lithograph

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Description: Roy De Forest (American, 1930 - 2007). "Yellow & Black II". Color lithograph. Early 1950s. Signed in pencil, lower right; editioned in pencil, lower left. 013110 of Trial proof. Light cream wove paper. Ample margins; deckle edges three sides. Very good impression. Good condition. Provenance: Estate of the Minimalist painter/printmaker Sam Tchakalian (1929-2004). "Yellow & Black" was printed with yellow and black inks; "Yellow & Black II" (our example) was printed with green, yellow, and black inks. De Forest's early prints were issued in very small editions, many not editioned at all, and are very rare. His work sells regularly at Christie's, Bonham's, etc. DeForest's oeuvre evolved through a number of styles, from abstraction to non-objective, from funk to realism. His early paintings were composed of larger, overlapping, amorphous shapes in bright colors. The early prints were not as colorful and were characterized by "Motherwellian" blacks. Image copyright © Estate of Roy De Forest/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Overall size: 20 x 26 1/4 in. (508 x 667 mm). Image size: 18 x 24 1/8 in. (457 x 613 mm). [27418] |400| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition

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WILLEM DE KOONING - Color offset lithograph poster

Lot 741: WILLEM DE KOONING - Color offset lithograph poster

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Description: Willem de Kooning (Dutch/American, 1904 - 1997). "Untitled I". Color offset lithograph poster. 1976. Signed "Bill" in pencil, lower right. Edition unknown, presumed small. Light cream wove paper. The full sheet. Very good impression. Condition: fair to good; creasing in the image; no tears, staining, foxing, etc. De Kooning posters are uncommon, this one rare. No auction records in the past 25 years located. For the exhibition at the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery. Overall size: 30 x 20 1/4 in. (762 x 514 mm). Image size: 23 x 20 1/4 in. (584 x 514 mm). [27487] |400| {R100}

Condition Report: Condition: fair to good; creasing in the image; no tears, staining, foxing, etc.

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JUAN MANUEL DE LA ROSA - Embossing, etching, color aquatint

Lot 742: JUAN MANUEL DE LA ROSA - Embossing, etching, color aquatint

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Description: Juan Manuel de la Rosa (Mexican, b.1945). "Untitled I". Embossing, etching, color aquatint. c1990s. Signed in pencil, lower right; numbered in pencil, lower left; publisher's (?) blindstamp. Fine impression. From the collection of Jaled Muyaes and Estela Ogazon. Image size: 7 3/8 x 3 3/4 in. (187 x 95 mm). [20824] |200| {K90} <+>

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PAUL DELPRAT - Etching

Lot 743: PAUL DELPRAT - Etching

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Description: Paul Delprat (European, 19th Century). "Defile de la Flotte Anglaise [Cherbourg 14 Aout 1865]". Etching. c1865. Signed and dated in plate, upper plate; blind stamp in lower margin. Full margins. Fine impression. Fine condition. Two images on one sheet. Overall size: 22 3/16 x 14 1/8 in. (564 x 359 mm). Image size: (Various Sizes): 5 7/16 x 7 5/8 in. (138 x 194 mm). [19683] |30| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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JOHANN ADAM DELSENBACH - Engraving

Lot 744: JOHANN ADAM DELSENBACH - Engraving

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Description: Johann Adam Delsenbach (German, 1687 - 1765). "Joh. Albertus Fabricius". Engraving. c1750. Fine impression. Overall size: 6 3/16 x 3 5/8 in. (157 x 92 mm). Image size: 5 9/16 x 3 5/16 in. (141 x 84 mm). [19055] |50| {R100}

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GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

Lot 745: GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

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Description: Gilles Demarteau (Flemish, 1750-1802). "L'Apres Midi". Color crayon manner engraving. c1790s. Painter and engraver credits in the plate. Very good impression. After J. B. Huet. A pair (Midi; Soir) of the set of four "Hours of the Day" sold at the Hotel Drouot - 04/29/1992 - Lot #6 - for FF17000 ($3,349.00). Rare. Overall size: 12 x 15 15/16 in. (305 x 405 mm). Image size: 10 7/8 x 14 7/8 in. (276 x 378 mm). [19035] |500| {R100}

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GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

Lot 746: GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

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Description: Gilles Demarteau (Flemish, 1750-1802). "Le Matin". Color crayon manner engraving. c1790s. Painter and engraver credits in the plate. Very good impression. After J.B. Huet. A pair (Midi; Soir) of the set of four "Hours of the Day" sold at the Hotel Drouot - 04/29/1992 - Lot #6 - for FF17000 ($3,349.00). Rare. Overall size: 12 x 16 in. (305 x 406 mm). Image size: 11 3/8 x 14 9/16 in. (289 x 370 mm). [19033] |500| {R100}

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GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

Lot 747: GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

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Description: Gilles Demarteau (Flemish, 1750-1802). "Le Midi". Color crayon manner engraving. c1790s. Painter and engraver credits in the plate. Very good impression. After J.B. Huet. A pair (Midi; Soir) of the set of four "Hours of the Day" sold at the Hotel Drouot - 04/29/1992 - Lot #6 - for FF17000 ($3,349.00). Rare. Literature/catalogue raisonne: FF547. Overall size: 11 15/16 x 16 in. (303 x 406 mm). Image size: 11 3/8 x 14 1/2 in. (289 x 368 mm). [19034] |500| {R100}

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GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

Lot 748: GILLES DEMARTEAU - Color crayon manner engraving

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Description: Gilles Demarteau (Flemish, 1750-1802). "Le Soir". Color crayon manner engraving. c1790s. Painter and engraver credits in the plate. Very good impression. After J. B. Huet. A pair (Midi; Soir) of the set of four "Hours of the Day" sold at the Hotel Drouot - 04/29/1992 - Lot #6 - for FF17000 ($3,349.00). Rare. Literature/catalogue raisonne: FF548. Overall size: 12 x 16 in. (305 x 406 mm). Image size: 10 7/8 x 14 7/8 in. (276 x 378 mm). [19036] |500| {R100}

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W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

Lot 749: W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

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Description: W. W. Denslow (American, 1856-1915). "Don't Touch Me, She Cried". Original color lithotint. 1904. Stamp signed with the artist monogram, lower right; signed in the stone, lower right. Edition unknown. Light textured cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression with heavy ink application. Good to very good condition; very minor staining lower margin, not into image. Provenance: Ex-collection Frances G. Doolittle. We have not found this scarce, vintage print at auction in the past 25 years. The print is from the portfolio Denslow created to illustrate 'The Pearl and the Pumpkin' by Paul West. William Wallace Denslow was an American illustrator best remembered for his work in collaboration with author L. Frank Baum, especially his illustrations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With his profits from his plays and books, Denslow bought a small island in Bermuda, built a “castle” on it, and crowned himself King Denslow I of Denslow Island. He began drinking heavily as his career went into a slump, and spent his last years working for a third-rate advertising agency in New York, drawing postcards, sheet music covers, advertising booklets, and an occasional magazine illustration. In 1915, he unexpectedly sold a cover to the popular humor weekly, Life, went on a bender with the money, caught pneumonia, and died. Overall size: 8 11/16 x 6 3/16 in. (221 x 157 mm). Image size: 6 1/4 x 5 in. (159 x 127 mm). [26473] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Good to very good condition; very minor staining lower margin, not into image

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W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

Lot 750: W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

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Description: W. W. Denslow (American, 1856-1915). "Down, Down They Plunged, Pearl Clinging to Joe's Hand". Original color lithotint. 1904. Stamp signed with the artist monogram, lower right; signed in the stone, lower right. Edition unknown. Light textured cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression with heavy ink application. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Ex-collection Frances G. Doolittle. We have not found this scarce, vintage print at auction in the past 25 years. The print is from the portfolio Denslow created to illustrate 'The Pearl and the Pumpkin' by Paul West. William Wallace Denslow was an American illustrator best remembered for his work in collaboration with author L. Frank Baum, especially his illustrations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With his profits from his plays and books, Denslow bought a small island in Bermuda, built a “castle” on it, and crowned himself King Denslow I of Denslow Island. He began drinking heavily as his career went into a slump, and spent his last years working for a third-rate advertising agency in New York, drawing postcards, sheet music covers, advertising booklets, and an occasional magazine illustration. In 1915, he unexpectedly sold a cover to the popular humor weekly, Life, went on a bender with the money, caught pneumonia, and died. Overall size: 8 11/16 x 6 3/8 in. (221 x 162 mm). Image size: 6 1/4 x 5 1/16 in. (159 x 129 mm). [26469] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Very good to fine condition

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W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

Lot 751: W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

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Description: W. W. Denslow (American, 1856-1915). "Each Bearing a Jack-lantern, on the End of a Bean Pole". Original color lithotint. 1904. Stamp signed with the artist monogram, lower right; signed in the stone, upper left. Edition unknown. Light textured cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression with heavy ink application. Very good condition. Provenance: Ex-collection Frances G. Doolittle. We have not found this scarce, vintage print at auction in the past 25 years. The print is from the portfolio Denslow created to illustrate 'The Pearl and the Pumpkin' by Paul West. William Wallace Denslow was an American illustrator best remembered for his work in collaboration with author L. Frank Baum, especially his illustrations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With his profits from his plays and books, Denslow bought a small island in Bermuda, built a “castle” on it, and crowned himself King Denslow I of Denslow Island. He began drinking heavily as his career went into a slump, and spent his last years working for a third-rate advertising agency in New York, drawing postcards, sheet music covers, advertising booklets, and an occasional magazine illustration. In 1915, he unexpectedly sold a cover to the popular humor weekly, Life, went on a bender with the money, caught pneumonia, and died. Overall size: 8 11/16 x 6 1/8 in. (221 x 156 mm). Image size: 6 11/16 x 4 1/8 in. (170 x 105 mm). [26476] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Very good condition

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W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

Lot 752: W. W. DENSLOW - Original color lithotint

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Description: W. W. Denslow (American, 1856-1915). "He Was a Little Old Man". Original color lithotint. 1904. Stamp signed with the artist monogram, lower right; signed in the stone, lower right. Edition unknown. Light textured cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression with heavy ink application. Good condition; some staining in the margins, not into image. Provenance: Ex-collection Frances G. Doolittle. We have not found this scarce, vintage print at auction in the past 25 years. The print is from the portfolio Denslow created to illustrate 'The Pearl and the Pumpkin' by Paul West. William Wallace Denslow was an American illustrator best remembered for his work in collaboration with author L. Frank Baum, especially his illustrations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. With his profits from his plays and books, Denslow bought a small island in Bermuda, built a “castle” on it, and crowned himself King Denslow I of Denslow Island. He began drinking heavily as his career went into a slump, and spent his last years working for a third-rate advertising agency in New York, drawing postcards, sheet music covers, advertising booklets, and an occasional magazine illustration. In 1915, he unexpectedly sold a cover to the popular humor weekly, Life, went on a bender with the money, caught pneumonia, and died. Overall size: 8 11/16 x 6 1/8 in. (221 x 156 mm). Image size: 7 1/16 x 5 in. (179 x 127 mm). [26471] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Good condition; some staining in the margins, not into image

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ANDRE DERAIN - Etching & drypoint

Lot 753: ANDRE DERAIN - Etching & drypoint

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Description: Andre Derain (French, 1880 - 1954). "Le Pont Neuf". Etching & drypoint. 1937. Signed in the plate, lower left. Edition of 500?. Cream laid watermarked paper. Very wide margins. Fine impression. Fine condition. Overall size: 17 1/4 x 12 5/8 in. (438 x 321 mm). Image size: 13 1/8 x 10 3/8 in. (333 x 264 mm). [25691] |100| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition

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ANDRÉ DERAIN [AFTER] - Original color lithograph poster

Lot 754: ANDRÉ DERAIN [AFTER] - Original color lithograph poster

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Description: André Derain [after] (French, 1880-1954). "Andre Derain: Dessins. Galerie Maeght". Original color lithograph poster. 1960s?. Atelier Andre Derain stamp, lower right. Cream wove paper. The full sheet. Very good impression. Fine condition. Overall size: 26 x 19 1/2 in. (660 x 495 mm). Image size: 23 x 15 in. (584 x 381 mm). [17968] |80| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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HERVE DI ROSA - Color silkscreen

Lot 755: HERVE DI ROSA - Color silkscreen

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Description: Herve Di Rosa (French, b.1959). "Happy New Year, 2007". Color silkscreen. 2007. Signed and dated, lower right. Light cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Good condition. Overall size: 12 7/8 x 8 7/8 in. (327 x 225 mm). Image size: 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. (292 x 216 mm). [26881] |125| {K90} <+>

Condition Report: Good condition

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NARCISSE VIRGILE DE LA PENA DIAZ - Etching

Lot 756: NARCISSE VIRGILE DE LA PENA DIAZ - Etching

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Description: Narcisse Virgile De La Pena Diaz (French, 1807 - 1876). "Bas Brean, Environs de Fontaine…". Etching. c1850. Painter and engraver credits in the plate. Wove paper. Fine impression. Overall size: 6 1/4 x 10 15/16 in. (159 x 278 mm). Image size: 5 3/8 x 10 1/16 in. (137 x 256 mm). [18920] |50| {R100}

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NARCISSE VIRGILE DE LA PENA DIAZ - Etching

Lot 757: NARCISSE VIRGILE DE LA PENA DIAZ - Etching

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Description: Narcisse Virgile De La Pena Diaz (French, 1807 - 1876). "Sous Bois". Etching. c1850. Painter and engraver credits in the plate. Laid paper. Fine impression. Overall size: 6 1/2 x 9 in. (165 x 229 mm). Image size: 5 1/4 x 6 5/16 in. (133 x 160 mm). [18919] |50| {R100}

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CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithograph

Lot 758: CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithograph

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Description: Conrad Diehl (American, 1845 - 1933). "Diehl's Anatomy for Artists and Students - Plate 2". Chromolithograph. 1888. Artist and publisher's credits in the plate. Full margins. Provenance: Estate of Seymour Hacker, Hacker Art Books, NYC. Rare. Published by F.W. Devoe & Co., New York City. Conrad Rossi Diehl was an American artist and educator born in Germany. His family fled to the U.S. during the revolution of 1848, when Diehl was a young child, and settled in Philadelphia. There he was apprenticed as a lithographer. In 1860, Diehl returned to Europe to study art in Munich and Paris for a total of five years. He settled in Chicago in 1868, where he became a professor at the newly established Academy of Design. In 1871, he moved to St. Louis and taught art in the public schools as well as serving as director of the St. Louis Art School. From 1879 to 1885, he served as chair of the Art Department of Missouri State University. Diehl moved to New York City in 1886 where he taught at the Hebrew Technical Institute and perfected a freehand drawing course. He authored numerous books and articles on art pedagogy, design, ornament and anatomy for artists. Diehl obtained two patents on devices for teaching drawing. Aside from his pedagogical materials, Diehl’s artwork followed in the tradition of history painting, depicting allegorical and literary subjects such as scenes from Shakespeare. (Courtesy: George Glazer Gallery). Image size: 25 1/4 x 20 1/2 in. (641 x 521 mm). [23282] |100| {R100}

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CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithograph

Lot 759: CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithograph

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Description: Conrad Diehl (American, 1845 - 1933). "Diehl's Anatomy for Artists and Students - Plate 3". Chromolithograph. 1888. Artist and publisher's credits in the plate. Full margins. Provenance: Estate of Seymour Hacker, Hacker Art Books, NYC. Rare. Published by F.W. Devoe & Co., New York City. Conrad Rossi Diehl was an American artist and educator born in Germany. His family fled to the U.S. during the revolution of 1848, when Diehl was a young child, and settled in Philadelphia. There he was apprenticed as a lithographer. In 1860, Diehl returned to Europe to study art in Munich and Paris for a total of five years. He settled in Chicago in 1868, where he became a professor at the newly established Academy of Design. In 1871, he moved to St. Louis and taught art in the public schools as well as serving as director of the St. Louis Art School. From 1879 to 1885, he served as chair of the Art Department of Missouri State University. Diehl moved to New York City in 1886 where he taught at the Hebrew Technical Institute and perfected a freehand drawing course. He authored numerous books and articles on art pedagogy, design, ornament and anatomy for artists. Diehl obtained two patents on devices for teaching drawing. Aside from his pedagogical materials, Diehl’s artwork followed in the tradition of history painting, depicting allegorical and literary subjects such as scenes from Shakespeare. (Courtesy: George Glazer Gallery). Image size: 25 1/4 x 20 1/2 in. (641 x 521 mm). [23283] |100| {R100}

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CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithograph

Lot 760: CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithograph

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Description: Conrad Diehl (American, 1845 - 1933). "Diehl's Anatomy for Artists and Students - Plate 4". Chromolithograph. 1888. Artist and publisher's credits in the plate. Full margins. Provenance: Estate of Seymour Hacker, Hacker Art Books, NYC. Rare. Published by F.W. Devoe & Co., New York City. Conrad Rossi Diehl was an American artist and educator born in Germany. His family fled to the U.S. during the revolution of 1848, when Diehl was a young child, and settled in Philadelphia. There he was apprenticed as a lithographer. In 1860, Diehl returned to Europe to study art in Munich and Paris for a total of five years. He settled in Chicago in 1868, where he became a professor at the newly established Academy of Design. In 1871, he moved to St. Louis and taught art in the public schools as well as serving as director of the St. Louis Art School. From 1879 to 1885, he served as chair of the Art Department of Missouri State University. Diehl moved to New York City in 1886 where he taught at the Hebrew Technical Institute and perfected a freehand drawing course. He authored numerous books and articles on art pedagogy, design, ornament and anatomy for artists. Diehl obtained two patents on devices for teaching drawing. Aside from his pedagogical materials, Diehl’s artwork followed in the tradition of history painting, depicting allegorical and literary subjects such as scenes from Shakespeare. (Courtesy: George Glazer Gallery). Image size: 25 1/4 x 20 1/2 in. (641 x 521 mm). [23284] |100| {R100}

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CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithographs

Lot 761: CONRAD DIEHL - Chromolithographs

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Description: Conrad Diehl (American, 1845 - 1933). "Diehl's Anatomy for Artists and Students (Portfolio of 4)". Chromolithographs. 1888. Artist and publisher's credits in the plates. Small edition?. Full margins. Provenance: Estate of Seymour Hacker, Hacker Art Books, NYC. Rare set of four plates. Published by F.W. Devoe & Co., New York City. Conrad Rossi Diehl was an American artist and educator born in Germany. His family fled to the U.S. during the revolution of 1848, when Diehl was a young child, and settled in Philadelphia. There he was apprenticed as a lithographer. In 1860, Diehl returned to Europe to study art in Munich and Paris for a total of five years. He settled in Chicago in 1868, where he became a professor at the newly established Academy of Design. In 1871, he moved to St. Louis and taught art in the public schools as well as serving as director of the St. Louis Art School. From 1879 to 1885, he served as chair of the Art Department of Missouri State University. Diehl moved to New York City in 1886 where he taught at the Hebrew Technical Institute and perfected a freehand drawing course. He authored numerous books and articles on art pedagogy, design, ornament and anatomy for artists. Diehl obtained two patents on devices for teaching drawing. Aside from his pedagogical materials, Diehl’s artwork followed in the tradition of history painting, depicting allegorical and literary subjects such as scenes from Shakespeare. (Courtesy: George Glazer Gallery). Image size: 25 1/4 x 20 1/2 in. (641 x 521 mm). [23280] |500| {R100}

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JIM DINE - Color lithograph

Lot 762: JIM DINE - Color lithograph

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Description: Jim Dine (American, b.1935). "Light". Color lithograph. 1963. Signed in the plate, upper middle. Edition of 2,000. White wove paper. The full sheet. Fine impression with fresh colors. Fine condition. For Walasse Ting's "1¢ Life." Prints from the One Cent Life portfolio are in most major and public collections worldwide including MOMA (New York), Tate Modern (London), Museum of Contemporary Art (Montreal) and the Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburg). Text and/or image may be on verso. Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/4 in. (410 x 286 mm). Image size: 15 3/16 x 10 1/2 in. (386 x 267 mm). [26835] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition

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JIM DINE - Color lithograph

Lot 763: JIM DINE - Color lithograph

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Description: Jim Dine (American, b.1935). "Shower". Color lithograph. 1963. Signed in the plate, upper middle. Edition of 2,000. White wove paper. The full sheet. Fine impression with fresh colors. Fine condition. For Walasse Ting's "1¢ Life." Prints from the One Cent Life portfolio are in most major and public collections worldwide including MOMA (New York), Tate Modern (London), Museum of Contemporary Art (Montreal) and the Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburg). Text and/or image may be on verso. Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 7/16 in. (410 x 291 mm). Image size: 12 15/16 x 10 3/4 in. (329 x 273 mm). [26836] |250| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition

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DIZA INFANTE - Etching

Lot 764: DIZA INFANTE - Etching

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Description: Diza Infante (Mexican, act.1980s). "Viejos Robles". Etching. 1984. Signed, titled, dated, annotated in pencil, lower right. An artist's proof. Cream wove watermarked paper. Full margins. Fine impression. Good condition. Overall size: 20 1/4 x 25 13/16 in. (514 x 656 mm). Image size: 13 13/16 x 20 3/16 in. (351 x 513 mm). [26890] |100| {K90} <+>

Condition Report: Good condition

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A. W. DRESSLER - Lithograph

Lot 765: A. W. DRESSLER - Lithograph

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Description: A. W. Dressler (German, 1886 - 1970). "A. W. Dressler: Galerie Nierendorf". Lithograph. 1967. "Original-Lithographie" noted in letters, lower right. Fine condition. Overall size: 29 x 19 in. (737 x 483 mm). Image size: 25 3/4 x 16 in. (654 x 406 mm). [18001] |30| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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DAVID C. DRISKELL - Woodcut

Lot 766: DAVID C. DRISKELL - Woodcut

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Description: David C. Driskell (American, b.1931). "King David". Woodcut. 2009. Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil, lower margin. Edition of 15. Full margins. Fine impression. Condition: fine. At auction, Driskell’s work is highly sought after and seldom seen. Artist and scholar David Driskell is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on African American Art. He earned his degrees at Howard University and the Catholic University in Washington D.C., and has written numerous books and catalogues including the groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art”. Since 1977, Driskell has served as cultural advisor to Camille and Bill Cosby and curator of the Cosby Collection of Fine Arts. He has been a practicing artist since the 1950s and has exhibited his work widely around the world. His work is included in such prestigious collections as the Smithsonian, the High Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Yale Art Gallery. In December of 2000, President Clinton bestowed the National Humanities Medal on Driskell. Overall size: 16 x 12 in. (406 x 305 mm). Image size: 12 1/2 x 10 in. (317 x 254 mm). [25067] |450| {C80} <+>

Condition Report: Condition: fine

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DAVID C. DRISKELL - Color lithograph

Lot 767: DAVID C. DRISKELL - Color lithograph

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Description: David C. Driskell (American, b.1931). "Mask and Shadow". Color lithograph. 2009. Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil, lower margin. Edition of 35. Full margins. Fine impression. Condition: fine. At auction, Driskell’s work is highly sought after and seldom seen. Artist and scholar David Driskell is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on African American Art. He earned his degrees at Howard University and the Catholic University in Washington D.C., and has written numerous books and catalogues including the groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art”. Since 1977, Driskell has served as cultural advisor to Camille and Bill Cosby and curator of the Cosby Collection of Fine Arts. He has been a practicing artist since the 1950s and has exhibited his work widely around the world. His work is included in such prestigious collections as the Smithsonian, the High Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Yale Art Gallery. In December of 2000, President Clinton bestowed the National Humanities Medal on Driskell. Overall size: 20 x 16 in. (508 x 406 mm). Image size: 16 x 12 in. (406 x 305 mm). [25059] |550| {C80} <+>

Condition Report: Condition: fine

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DAVID C. DRISKELL - Linocut

Lot 768: DAVID C. DRISKELL - Linocut

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Description: David C. Driskell (American, b.1931). "Obama, No Drama". Linocut. 2009. Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil, lower margin. Edition of 50. Full margins. Fine impression. Condition: slight folding in upper margin, otherwise fine. At auction, Driskell’s work is highly sought after and seldom seen. Artist and scholar David Driskell is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on African American Art. He earned his degrees at Howard University and the Catholic University in Washington D.C., and has written numerous books and catalogues including the groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art”. Since 1977, Driskell has served as cultural advisor to Camille and Bill Cosby and curator of the Cosby Collection of Fine Arts. He has been a practicing artist since the 1950s and has exhibited his work widely around the world. His work is included in such prestigious collections as the Smithsonian, the High Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Yale Art Gallery. In December of 2000, President Clinton bestowed the National Humanities Medal on Driskell. Overall size: 18 1/2 x 12 in. (470 x 305 mm). Image size: 10 x 8 in. (254 x 203 mm). [25057] |550| {C80} <+>

Condition Report: Condition: slight folding in upper margin, otherwise fine

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DAVID C. DRISKELL - Linocut

Lot 769: DAVID C. DRISKELL - Linocut

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Description: David C. Driskell (American, b.1931). "Odysseus". Linocut. 2007. Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil, lower margin. Edition of 35. Full margins. Fine impression. Condition: slight fold on right margin, otherwise fine. At auction, Driskell’s work is highly sought after and seldom seen. Artist and scholar David Driskell is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on African American Art. He earned his degrees at Howard University and the Catholic University in Washington D.C., and has written numerous books and catalogues including the groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art”. Since 1977, Driskell has served as cultural advisor to Camille and Bill Cosby and curator of the Cosby Collection of Fine Arts. He has been a practicing artist since the 1950s and has exhibited his work widely around the world. His work is included in such prestigious collections as the Smithsonian, the High Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Yale Art Gallery. In December of 2000, President Clinton bestowed the National Humanities Medal on Driskell. Overall size: 19 x 13 in. (483 x 330 mm). Image size: 10 1/2 x 8 in. (267 x 203 mm). [25058] |450| {C80} <+>

Condition Report: Condition: slight fold on right margin, otherwise fine

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DAVID C. DRISKELL - Woodcut

Lot 770: DAVID C. DRISKELL - Woodcut

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Description: David C. Driskell (American, b.1931). "Still Life with Mask". Woodcut. 2008. Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil, lower margin. Edition of 50. Full margins. Fine impression. Condition: slight folding along bottom & left margins, else fine. At auction, Driskell’s work is highly sought after and seldom seen. Artist and scholar David Driskell is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on African American Art. He earned his degrees at Howard University and the Catholic University in Washington D.C., and has written numerous books and catalogues including the groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art”. Since 1977, Driskell has served as cultural advisor to Camille and Bill Cosby and curator of the Cosby Collection of Fine Arts. He has been a practicing artist since the 1950s and has exhibited his work widely around the world. His work is included in such prestigious collections as the Smithsonian, the High Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Yale Art Gallery. In December of 2000, President Clinton bestowed the National Humanities Medal on Driskell. Overall size: 19 x 13 in. (483 x 330 mm). Image size: 12 x 9 in. (305 x 229 mm). [25066] |550| {C80} <+>

Condition Report: Condition: slight folding along bottom & left margins, else fine.

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DAVID C. DRISKELL - Woodcut

Lot 771: DAVID C. DRISKELL - Woodcut

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Description: David C. Driskell (American, b.1931). "Sunflower". Woodcut. 2009. Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil, lower margin. Edition of 35. Full margins. Fine impression. Condition: fine. At auction, Driskell’s work is highly sought after and seldom seen. Artist and scholar David Driskell is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on African American Art. He earned his degrees at Howard University and the Catholic University in Washington D.C., and has written numerous books and catalogues including the groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art”. Since 1977, Driskell has served as cultural advisor to Camille and Bill Cosby and curator of the Cosby Collection of Fine Arts. He has been a practicing artist since the 1950s and has exhibited his work widely around the world. His work is included in such prestigious collections as the Smithsonian, the High Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Yale Art Gallery. In December of 2000, President Clinton bestowed the National Humanities Medal on Driskell. Overall size: 13 x 9 in. (330 x 229 mm). Image size: 8 x 6 in. (203 x 152 mm). [25056] |450| {C80} <+>

Condition Report: Condition: fine

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