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Tadeusz Lapinski -

by AJW Fine Art

May 22, 2016, 9:00 PM PST

Santa Monica, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $675 - $850

Description: Tadeusz Lapinski signed and numbered original lithograph entitled. Edition number is A.P. Item is in very good condition. Has never been framed. Tadeusz Lapinski. Polish (1928 - ) Thought by many experts to be one of the most influential print makers of the last 60 years, Lapinski is best known for his development of aluminum plate lithography. PERSONAL 1928-63 Born and educated in greater Warsaw, Poland. 1957-63 Traveled extensively throughout Europe. 1963-64 Resided in New York City. 1964-67 Returned to Poland; traveled throughout Europe. 1967-68 Resided in Porto Alegre, Brazil. 1968-99 Resided in United States 1973 Became United States citizen LANGUAGES Fluent in: English, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portugese. EDUCATION 1955 MFA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland 1954 BA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1983 PROFESSOR (Full time), University of Maryland 1975 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR with tenure 1972 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Full time) RELATED TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1968-69 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1967-68 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, University of Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil (lithography). 1965-67 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). 1963-64 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1956-63 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). AWARDS AND GRANTS (PARTIAL LIST) Medal of the City, Konin, Poland. Medal of the Museum: Kazimier Pulaski Museum, Warka. Poland. Gold Star Award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Medal of the City, Plock, Poland Statue of Victory 85 prize, Calvatore, Italy. Primus Inter Pares award, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Outstanding Achievement Award, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Silver Medal, Graphics International, Museum de Paris, Paris, France. Grant, National Endowment for the Arts and Georgia Council for the Arts and Humanities Grand Prize, Graphic Art Exhibition, Vienna, Austria. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Prize, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey. Silver Medal, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Medal of Honor, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Award of Highest Merit, Miniature Society of New Jersey. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation, New York, New York. Gold Medal, Biennale of Graphic Art, Lausanne, Switzerland. Museum of Art prize, Porte Alegre, Brazil. UNESCO First Art Prize, Paris, France. Prize, Biennale of Graphics, Krakow, Poland HONORS (PARTIAL LIST) Presidential Seal of Honor, American Biographical Institute Outstanding Man of the 21st Century, American Biographical Institute International Order of Merit, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. International Man of the Millennium, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England Whos Who in America, Marquis Publications, Providence, New Jersey. 1000 Creative and Successful Personalities of the World, International Biographical Centre. World Whos Who Hall of Fame, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. 2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. Whos Who, Strathmore Publishers, Westbury, New York. Whos Who in the World, Marquis Publishing, Providence, New Jersey.. Lapinski Day in Omisalj, Omisalj, Krk, Croatia. Biographical film for Polish national television, Colors of the Rainbow, Warsaw, Poland. Whos Who in Society, AM Publishing, Ft. Lauderdale, Cambridge, England. Man of Achievement award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Maryland Man of Year, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Contemporary Personalities Award, Academia Italia, Parma, Italy. Whos Who in American Art. ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS (PARTIAL LIST) Tadeusz Lapinski, A National Treasure of Two Countries, District Museum, Konin, Poland. Testament to the Graphic Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, District Museum, Nowy Sacz, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski: A Retrospective, District Museum, Zyrardow, Poland. Building an Institution: Art in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Embassy. Venezia in Venice Watercolors, Venice Art Center and Museum, Venice, Florida. Fort Pulaski Drawings from Savannah, Georgia, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. District Courthouse Exhibition, sponsored by Prince Georges County Arts Council. The Lapinskis, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski Omisalj Scenes, Galerija Lapidarij, Omisalj, Island of Krk, Croatia Tadeusz Lapinski Graphics, Casimir Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Art in Summer, City of Omisali, Krk, Croatia. Moment of Reflection, Arts and Humanities Exhibition Hall, University of Maryland. Spring Visions, Exhibition by University College, University of Maryland, College Park. MD Tadeusz Lapinski: The Art of Color Graphics, Retrospective Exhibition, 1956 - 1992, Torun Venezia Citta Bella, Jacqueline's Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Exhibition City Museum, Plock, Poland. Chinese Flowers, Central Institute of Art, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at National Museum of Art, TienJin, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at the Guggenheim Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida. The Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Exhibition at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tadeusz Lapinski Lithographs, Forum Gallery, Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galerie an der Stadtmauer, Villach, Austria. Lapinski Day Celebration, Art Fair Galleries, Jenifer Street, Washington, DC. Tadeusz Lapinski, Hoffberger Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland. Lapinski Retrospective, City Museum, Shelm, Poland. Lapinski Retrospective, UMBC Library and Gallery, Catonsville, Maryland. Exhibition in Art Center, Laurel, Maryland. Tadeusz Lapinski, Weintraub Gallery, New York City, New York. Exhibition in the California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA. Infinite Space Color Lithographs, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC. Inaugural Exhibit, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center New York, New York. Exhibition in Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, Rijeka, Yugoslavia. Tadeusz Lapinski: Recent Lithographs, Kennedy Galleries, New York City, New York. Exhibition at Gallery Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition at Sun Gallery, Hayward, California. Tadeusz Lapinski Color Lithographs, Miami Museum of Modern Art, Miami, Florida. Tadeusz Lapinski, Nabor Carrillo Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Galleria II Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Liberia Feltrinelli, Bologna, Italy. Graphics by Lapinski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Lithographs by Lapinski, Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. New Lithographs by Tadeusz Lapinski, Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, New York. Exhibition in Galerie im Minoritensaal, Graz, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Galleria Torre, Turin, Italy. Tadeusz Lapinski Wystawa Lithografii Kolorowych, Historical Museum, Warsaw, Poland. Lapinski Lithographs, Rotterdam Art, Galerie im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, Germany. Exhibition in Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Museum Johanneum, Graz, Austria. Exhibition at Haus Siemens, Erlangen, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition in Marl, West Germany. Exhibition in Viersen, West Germany. Exhibition in R. M. Light Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. Exhibition in Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York. Tadeusz Lapinski, October 1962, Umetnostni Paviljon, Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Ausstellungen 1962, Tadeusz Lapinski, Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria MDM, Warsaw, Poland. Exhibition in Gradska Galeria, Maribor, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in House of Prints Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exhibition in Galeria 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Mala Galeria, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Stuttgart Institute of Art and Culture, Stuttgart, West Germany. Izlozbe Grafike, Galerie ULUBIH, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria Civil, Turin, Italy. Exhibition in Gallerie ULUS, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Grabowski Gallery, London, England. Tadeusz Lapinski, Exhibition of Drawings from Yugoslavia, Gallery CBWA, Warsaw, Poland.

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Tadeusz Lapinski -

by AJW Fine Art

May 22, 2016, 9:00 PM PST

Santa Monica, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $425 - $600

Description: Tadeusz Lapinski signed and numbered original lithograph entitled Down Fall. Edition number is A.P. Item is in very good condition. Has never been framed. Tadeusz Lapinski. Polish (1928 - ) Thought by many experts to be one of the most influential print makers of the last 60 years, Lapinski is best known for his development of aluminum plate lithography. PERSONAL 1928-63 Born and educated in greater Warsaw, Poland. 1957-63 Traveled extensively throughout Europe. 1963-64 Resided in New York City. 1964-67 Returned to Poland; traveled throughout Europe. 1967-68 Resided in Porto Alegre, Brazil. 1968-99 Resided in United States 1973 Became United States citizen LANGUAGES Fluent in: English, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portugese. EDUCATION 1955 MFA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland 1954 BA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1983 PROFESSOR (Full time), University of Maryland 1975 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR with tenure 1972 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Full time) RELATED TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1968-69 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1967-68 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, University of Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil (lithography). 1965-67 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). 1963-64 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1956-63 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). AWARDS AND GRANTS (PARTIAL LIST) Medal of the City, Konin, Poland. Medal of the Museum: Kazimier Pulaski Museum, Warka. Poland. Gold Star Award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Medal of the City, Plock, Poland Statue of Victory 85 prize, Calvatore, Italy. Primus Inter Pares award, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Outstanding Achievement Award, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Silver Medal, Graphics International, Museum de Paris, Paris, France. Grant, National Endowment for the Arts and Georgia Council for the Arts and Humanities Grand Prize, Graphic Art Exhibition, Vienna, Austria. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Prize, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey. Silver Medal, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Medal of Honor, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Award of Highest Merit, Miniature Society of New Jersey. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation, New York, New York. Gold Medal, Biennale of Graphic Art, Lausanne, Switzerland. Museum of Art prize, Porte Alegre, Brazil. UNESCO First Art Prize, Paris, France. Prize, Biennale of Graphics, Krakow, Poland HONORS (PARTIAL LIST) Presidential Seal of Honor, American Biographical Institute Outstanding Man of the 21st Century, American Biographical Institute International Order of Merit, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. International Man of the Millennium, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England Whos Who in America, Marquis Publications, Providence, New Jersey. 1000 Creative and Successful Personalities of the World, International Biographical Centre. World Whos Who Hall of Fame, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. 2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. Whos Who, Strathmore Publishers, Westbury, New York. Whos Who in the World, Marquis Publishing, Providence, New Jersey.. Lapinski Day in Omisalj, Omisalj, Krk, Croatia. Biographical film for Polish national television, Colors of the Rainbow, Warsaw, Poland. Whos Who in Society, AM Publishing, Ft. Lauderdale, Cambridge, England. Man of Achievement award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Maryland Man of Year, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Contemporary Personalities Award, Academia Italia, Parma, Italy. Whos Who in American Art. ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS (PARTIAL LIST) Tadeusz Lapinski, A National Treasure of Two Countries, District Museum, Konin, Poland. Testament to the Graphic Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, District Museum, Nowy Sacz, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski: A Retrospective, District Museum, Zyrardow, Poland. Building an Institution: Art in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Embassy. Venezia in Venice Watercolors, Venice Art Center and Museum, Venice, Florida. Fort Pulaski Drawings from Savannah, Georgia, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. District Courthouse Exhibition, sponsored by Prince Georges County Arts Council. The Lapinskis, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski Omisalj Scenes, Galerija Lapidarij, Omisalj, Island of Krk, Croatia Tadeusz Lapinski Graphics, Casimir Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Art in Summer, City of Omisali, Krk, Croatia. Moment of Reflection, Arts and Humanities Exhibition Hall, University of Maryland. Spring Visions, Exhibition by University College, University of Maryland, College Park. MD Tadeusz Lapinski: The Art of Color Graphics, Retrospective Exhibition, 1956 - 1992, Torun Venezia Citta Bella, Jacqueline's Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Exhibition City Museum, Plock, Poland. Chinese Flowers, Central Institute of Art, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at National Museum of Art, TienJin, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at the Guggenheim Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida. The Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Exhibition at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tadeusz Lapinski Lithographs, Forum Gallery, Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galerie an der Stadtmauer, Villach, Austria. Lapinski Day Celebration, Art Fair Galleries, Jenifer Street, Washington, DC. Tadeusz Lapinski, Hoffberger Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland. Lapinski Retrospective, City Museum, Shelm, Poland. Lapinski Retrospective, UMBC Library and Gallery, Catonsville, Maryland. Exhibition in Art Center, Laurel, Maryland. Tadeusz Lapinski, Weintraub Gallery, New York City, New York. Exhibition in the California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA. Infinite Space Color Lithographs, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC. Inaugural Exhibit, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center New York, New York. Exhibition in Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, Rijeka, Yugoslavia. Tadeusz Lapinski: Recent Lithographs, Kennedy Galleries, New York City, New York. Exhibition at Gallery Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition at Sun Gallery, Hayward, California. Tadeusz Lapinski Color Lithographs, Miami Museum of Modern Art, Miami, Florida. Tadeusz Lapinski, Nabor Carrillo Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Galleria II Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Liberia Feltrinelli, Bologna, Italy. Graphics by Lapinski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Lithographs by Lapinski, Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. New Lithographs by Tadeusz Lapinski, Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, New York. Exhibition in Galerie im Minoritensaal, Graz, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Galleria Torre, Turin, Italy. Tadeusz Lapinski Wystawa Lithografii Kolorowych, Historical Museum, Warsaw, Poland. Lapinski Lithographs, Rotterdam Art, Galerie im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, Germany. Exhibition in Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Museum Johanneum, Graz, Austria. Exhibition at Haus Siemens, Erlangen, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition in Marl, West Germany. Exhibition in Viersen, West Germany. Exhibition in R. M. Light Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. Exhibition in Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York. Tadeusz Lapinski, October 1962, Umetnostni Paviljon, Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Ausstellungen 1962, Tadeusz Lapinski, Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria MDM, Warsaw, Poland. Exhibition in Gradska Galeria, Maribor, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in House of Prints Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exhibition in Galeria 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Mala Galeria, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Stuttgart Institute of Art and Culture, Stuttgart, West Germany. Izlozbe Grafike, Galerie ULUBIH, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria Civil, Turin, Italy. Exhibition in Gallerie ULUS, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Grabowski Gallery, London, England. Tadeusz Lapinski, Exhibition of Drawings from Yugoslavia, Gallery CBWA, Warsaw, Poland.

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Tadeusz Lapinski -

by AJW Fine Art

May 22, 2016, 9:00 PM PST

Santa Monica, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $425 - $600

Description: Tadeusz Lapinski signed and numbered original lithograph entitled Golden Arrows. Edition number is A.P. Item is in good condition. Has never been framed. Tadeusz Lapinski. Polish (1928 - ) Thought by many experts to be one of the most influential print makers of the last 60 years, Lapinski is best known for his development of aluminum plate lithography. PERSONAL 1928-63 Born and educated in greater Warsaw, Poland. 1957-63 Traveled extensively throughout Europe. 1963-64 Resided in New York City. 1964-67 Returned to Poland; traveled throughout Europe. 1967-68 Resided in Porto Alegre, Brazil. 1968-99 Resided in United States 1973 Became United States citizen LANGUAGES Fluent in: English, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portugese. EDUCATION 1955 MFA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland 1954 BA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1983 PROFESSOR (Full time), University of Maryland 1975 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR with tenure 1972 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Full time) RELATED TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1968-69 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1967-68 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, University of Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil (lithography). 1965-67 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). 1963-64 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1956-63 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). AWARDS AND GRANTS (PARTIAL LIST) Medal of the City, Konin, Poland. Medal of the Museum: Kazimier Pulaski Museum, Warka. Poland. Gold Star Award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Medal of the City, Plock, Poland Statue of Victory 85 prize, Calvatore, Italy. Primus Inter Pares award, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Outstanding Achievement Award, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Silver Medal, Graphics International, Museum de Paris, Paris, France. Grant, National Endowment for the Arts and Georgia Council for the Arts and Humanities Grand Prize, Graphic Art Exhibition, Vienna, Austria. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Prize, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey. Silver Medal, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Medal of Honor, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Award of Highest Merit, Miniature Society of New Jersey. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation, New York, New York. Gold Medal, Biennale of Graphic Art, Lausanne, Switzerland. Museum of Art prize, Porte Alegre, Brazil. UNESCO First Art Prize, Paris, France. Prize, Biennale of Graphics, Krakow, Poland HONORS (PARTIAL LIST) Presidential Seal of Honor, American Biographical Institute Outstanding Man of the 21st Century, American Biographical Institute International Order of Merit, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. International Man of the Millennium, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England Whos Who in America, Marquis Publications, Providence, New Jersey. 1000 Creative and Successful Personalities of the World, International Biographical Centre. World Whos Who Hall of Fame, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. 2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. Whos Who, Strathmore Publishers, Westbury, New York. Whos Who in the World, Marquis Publishing, Providence, New Jersey.. Lapinski Day in Omisalj, Omisalj, Krk, Croatia. Biographical film for Polish national television, Colors of the Rainbow, Warsaw, Poland. Whos Who in Society, AM Publishing, Ft. Lauderdale, Cambridge, England. Man of Achievement award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Maryland Man of Year, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Contemporary Personalities Award, Academia Italia, Parma, Italy. Whos Who in American Art. ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS (PARTIAL LIST) Tadeusz Lapinski, A National Treasure of Two Countries, District Museum, Konin, Poland. Testament to the Graphic Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, District Museum, Nowy Sacz, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski: A Retrospective, District Museum, Zyrardow, Poland. Building an Institution: Art in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Embassy. Venezia in Venice Watercolors, Venice Art Center and Museum, Venice, Florida. Fort Pulaski Drawings from Savannah, Georgia, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. District Courthouse Exhibition, sponsored by Prince Georges County Arts Council. The Lapinskis, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski Omisalj Scenes, Galerija Lapidarij, Omisalj, Island of Krk, Croatia Tadeusz Lapinski Graphics, Casimir Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Art in Summer, City of Omisali, Krk, Croatia. Moment of Reflection, Arts and Humanities Exhibition Hall, University of Maryland. Spring Visions, Exhibition by University College, University of Maryland, College Park. MD Tadeusz Lapinski: The Art of Color Graphics, Retrospective Exhibition, 1956 - 1992, Torun Venezia Citta Bella, Jacqueline's Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Exhibition City Museum, Plock, Poland. Chinese Flowers, Central Institute of Art, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at National Museum of Art, TienJin, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at the Guggenheim Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida. The Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Exhibition at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tadeusz Lapinski Lithographs, Forum Gallery, Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galerie an der Stadtmauer, Villach, Austria. Lapinski Day Celebration, Art Fair Galleries, Jenifer Street, Washington, DC. Tadeusz Lapinski, Hoffberger Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland. Lapinski Retrospective, City Museum, Shelm, Poland. Lapinski Retrospective, UMBC Library and Gallery, Catonsville, Maryland. Exhibition in Art Center, Laurel, Maryland. Tadeusz Lapinski, Weintraub Gallery, New York City, New York. Exhibition in the California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA. Infinite Space Color Lithographs, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC. Inaugural Exhibit, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center New York, New York. Exhibition in Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, Rijeka, Yugoslavia. Tadeusz Lapinski: Recent Lithographs, Kennedy Galleries, New York City, New York. Exhibition at Gallery Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition at Sun Gallery, Hayward, California. Tadeusz Lapinski Color Lithographs, Miami Museum of Modern Art, Miami, Florida. Tadeusz Lapinski, Nabor Carrillo Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Galleria II Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Liberia Feltrinelli, Bologna, Italy. Graphics by Lapinski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Lithographs by Lapinski, Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. New Lithographs by Tadeusz Lapinski, Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, New York. Exhibition in Galerie im Minoritensaal, Graz, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Galleria Torre, Turin, Italy. Tadeusz Lapinski Wystawa Lithografii Kolorowych, Historical Museum, Warsaw, Poland. Lapinski Lithographs, Rotterdam Art, Galerie im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, Germany. Exhibition in Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Museum Johanneum, Graz, Austria. Exhibition at Haus Siemens, Erlangen, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition in Marl, West Germany. Exhibition in Viersen, West Germany. Exhibition in R. M. Light Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. Exhibition in Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York. Tadeusz Lapinski, October 1962, Umetnostni Paviljon, Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Ausstellungen 1962, Tadeusz Lapinski, Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria MDM, Warsaw, Poland. Exhibition in Gradska Galeria, Maribor, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in House of Prints Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exhibition in Galeria 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Mala Galeria, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Stuttgart Institute of Art and Culture, Stuttgart, West Germany. Izlozbe Grafike, Galerie ULUBIH, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria Civil, Turin, Italy. Exhibition in Gallerie ULUS, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Grabowski Gallery, London, England. Tadeusz Lapinski, Exhibition of Drawings from Yugoslavia, Gallery CBWA, Warsaw, Poland.

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Tadeusz Lapinski -

by AJW Fine Art

May 22, 2016, 9:00 PM PST

Santa Monica, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,450 - $2,000

Description: Tadeusz Lapinski signed and numbered original lithograph entitled Eyewitness. Edition number is 2/4. Item is in good condition. Has never been framed. Tadeusz Lapinski. Polish (1928 - ) Thought by many experts to be one of the most influential print makers of the last 60 years, Lapinski is best known for his development of aluminum plate lithography. PERSONAL 1928-63 Born and educated in greater Warsaw, Poland. 1957-63 Traveled extensively throughout Europe. 1963-64 Resided in New York City. 1964-67 Returned to Poland; traveled throughout Europe. 1967-68 Resided in Porto Alegre, Brazil. 1968-99 Resided in United States 1973 Became United States citizen LANGUAGES Fluent in: English, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portugese. EDUCATION 1955 MFA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland 1954 BA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1983 PROFESSOR (Full time), University of Maryland 1975 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR with tenure 1972 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Full time) RELATED TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1968-69 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1967-68 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, University of Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil (lithography). 1965-67 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). 1963-64 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1956-63 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). AWARDS AND GRANTS (PARTIAL LIST) Medal of the City, Konin, Poland. Medal of the Museum: Kazimier Pulaski Museum, Warka. Poland. Gold Star Award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Medal of the City, Plock, Poland Statue of Victory 85 prize, Calvatore, Italy. Primus Inter Pares award, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Outstanding Achievement Award, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Silver Medal, Graphics International, Museum de Paris, Paris, France. Grant, National Endowment for the Arts and Georgia Council for the Arts and Humanities Grand Prize, Graphic Art Exhibition, Vienna, Austria. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Prize, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey. Silver Medal, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Medal of Honor, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Award of Highest Merit, Miniature Society of New Jersey. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation, New York, New York. Gold Medal, Biennale of Graphic Art, Lausanne, Switzerland. Museum of Art prize, Porte Alegre, Brazil. UNESCO First Art Prize, Paris, France. Prize, Biennale of Graphics, Krakow, Poland HONORS (PARTIAL LIST) Presidential Seal of Honor, American Biographical Institute Outstanding Man of the 21st Century, American Biographical Institute International Order of Merit, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. International Man of the Millennium, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England Whos Who in America, Marquis Publications, Providence, New Jersey. 1000 Creative and Successful Personalities of the World, International Biographical Centre. World Whos Who Hall of Fame, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. 2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. Whos Who, Strathmore Publishers, Westbury, New York. Whos Who in the World, Marquis Publishing, Providence, New Jersey.. Lapinski Day in Omisalj, Omisalj, Krk, Croatia. Biographical film for Polish national television, Colors of the Rainbow, Warsaw, Poland. Whos Who in Society, AM Publishing, Ft. Lauderdale, Cambridge, England. Man of Achievement award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Maryland Man of Year, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Contemporary Personalities Award, Academia Italia, Parma, Italy. Whos Who in American Art. ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS (PARTIAL LIST) Tadeusz Lapinski, A National Treasure of Two Countries, District Museum, Konin, Poland. Testament to the Graphic Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, District Museum, Nowy Sacz, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski: A Retrospective, District Museum, Zyrardow, Poland. Building an Institution: Art in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Embassy. Venezia in Venice Watercolors, Venice Art Center and Museum, Venice, Florida. Fort Pulaski Drawings from Savannah, Georgia, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. District Courthouse Exhibition, sponsored by Prince Georges County Arts Council. The Lapinskis, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski Omisalj Scenes, Galerija Lapidarij, Omisalj, Island of Krk, Croatia Tadeusz Lapinski Graphics, Casimir Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Art in Summer, City of Omisali, Krk, Croatia. Moment of Reflection, Arts and Humanities Exhibition Hall, University of Maryland. Spring Visions, Exhibition by University College, University of Maryland, College Park. MD Tadeusz Lapinski: The Art of Color Graphics, Retrospective Exhibition, 1956 - 1992, Torun Venezia Citta Bella, Jacqueline's Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Exhibition City Museum, Plock, Poland. Chinese Flowers, Central Institute of Art, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at National Museum of Art, TienJin, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at the Guggenheim Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida. The Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Exhibition at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tadeusz Lapinski Lithographs, Forum Gallery, Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galerie an der Stadtmauer, Villach, Austria. Lapinski Day Celebration, Art Fair Galleries, Jenifer Street, Washington, DC. Tadeusz Lapinski, Hoffberger Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland. Lapinski Retrospective, City Museum, Shelm, Poland. Lapinski Retrospective, UMBC Library and Gallery, Catonsville, Maryland. Exhibition in Art Center, Laurel, Maryland. Tadeusz Lapinski, Weintraub Gallery, New York City, New York. Exhibition in the California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA. Infinite Space Color Lithographs, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC. Inaugural Exhibit, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center New York, New York. Exhibition in Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, Rijeka, Yugoslavia. Tadeusz Lapinski: Recent Lithographs, Kennedy Galleries, New York City, New York. Exhibition at Gallery Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition at Sun Gallery, Hayward, California. Tadeusz Lapinski Color Lithographs, Miami Museum of Modern Art, Miami, Florida. Tadeusz Lapinski, Nabor Carrillo Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Galleria II Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Liberia Feltrinelli, Bologna, Italy. Graphics by Lapinski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Lithographs by Lapinski, Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. New Lithographs by Tadeusz Lapinski, Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, New York. Exhibition in Galerie im Minoritensaal, Graz, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Galleria Torre, Turin, Italy. Tadeusz Lapinski Wystawa Lithografii Kolorowych, Historical Museum, Warsaw, Poland. Lapinski Lithographs, Rotterdam Art, Galerie im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, Germany. Exhibition in Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Museum Johanneum, Graz, Austria. Exhibition at Haus Siemens, Erlangen, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition in Marl, West Germany. Exhibition in Viersen, West Germany. Exhibition in R. M. Light Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. Exhibition in Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York. Tadeusz Lapinski, October 1962, Umetnostni Paviljon, Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Ausstellungen 1962, Tadeusz Lapinski, Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria MDM, Warsaw, Poland. Exhibition in Gradska Galeria, Maribor, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in House of Prints Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exhibition in Galeria 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Mala Galeria, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Stuttgart Institute of Art and Culture, Stuttgart, West Germany. Izlozbe Grafike, Galerie ULUBIH, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria Civil, Turin, Italy. Exhibition in Gallerie ULUS, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Grabowski Gallery, London, England. Tadeusz Lapinski, Exhibition of Drawings from Yugoslavia, Gallery CBWA, Warsaw, Poland.

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Tadeusz Lapinski -

by AJW Fine Art

May 22, 2016, 9:00 PM PST

Santa Monica, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,450 - $2,000

Description: Tadeusz Lapinski signed and numbered original lithograph entitled XXI Century Monument. Edition number is A.P.. Item is in very good condition. Has never been framed. Tadeusz Lapinski. Polish (1928 - ) Thought by many experts to be one of the most influential print makers of the last 60 years, Lapinski is best known for his development of aluminum plate lithography. PERSONAL 1928-63 Born and educated in greater Warsaw, Poland. 1957-63 Traveled extensively throughout Europe. 1963-64 Resided in New York City. 1964-67 Returned to Poland; traveled throughout Europe. 1967-68 Resided in Porto Alegre, Brazil. 1968-99 Resided in United States 1973 Became United States citizen LANGUAGES Fluent in: English, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portugese. EDUCATION 1955 MFA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland 1954 BA degree, Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1983 PROFESSOR (Full time), University of Maryland 1975 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR with tenure 1972 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Full time) RELATED TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1968-69 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1967-68 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, University of Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil (lithography). 1965-67 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). 1963-64 VISITING ARTIST/LECTURER, Pratt Graphics Center, New York City, New York (lithography). 1956-63 INSTRUCTOR, Night School, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland (painting and lithography). AWARDS AND GRANTS (PARTIAL LIST) Medal of the City, Konin, Poland. Medal of the Museum: Kazimier Pulaski Museum, Warka. Poland. Gold Star Award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Medal of the City, Plock, Poland Statue of Victory 85 prize, Calvatore, Italy. Primus Inter Pares award, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Outstanding Achievement Award, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Silver Medal, Graphics International, Museum de Paris, Paris, France. Grant, National Endowment for the Arts and Georgia Council for the Arts and Humanities Grand Prize, Graphic Art Exhibition, Vienna, Austria. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Prize, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey. Silver Medal, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Medal of Honor, Audubon Artists, New York, New York. Award of Highest Merit, Miniature Society of New Jersey. Medal of Honor, Painters and Sculptures Association, New Jersey. Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation, New York, New York. Gold Medal, Biennale of Graphic Art, Lausanne, Switzerland. Museum of Art prize, Porte Alegre, Brazil. UNESCO First Art Prize, Paris, France. Prize, Biennale of Graphics, Krakow, Poland HONORS (PARTIAL LIST) Presidential Seal of Honor, American Biographical Institute Outstanding Man of the 21st Century, American Biographical Institute International Order of Merit, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. International Man of the Millennium, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England Whos Who in America, Marquis Publications, Providence, New Jersey. 1000 Creative and Successful Personalities of the World, International Biographical Centre. World Whos Who Hall of Fame, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. 2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. Whos Who, Strathmore Publishers, Westbury, New York. Whos Who in the World, Marquis Publishing, Providence, New Jersey.. Lapinski Day in Omisalj, Omisalj, Krk, Croatia. Biographical film for Polish national television, Colors of the Rainbow, Warsaw, Poland. Whos Who in Society, AM Publishing, Ft. Lauderdale, Cambridge, England. Man of Achievement award, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Maryland Man of Year, Perspectives Magazine, Washington, DC. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Contemporary Personalities Award, Academia Italia, Parma, Italy. Whos Who in American Art. ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS (PARTIAL LIST) Tadeusz Lapinski, A National Treasure of Two Countries, District Museum, Konin, Poland. Testament to the Graphic Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, District Museum, Nowy Sacz, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski: A Retrospective, District Museum, Zyrardow, Poland. Building an Institution: Art in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Embassy. Venezia in Venice Watercolors, Venice Art Center and Museum, Venice, Florida. Fort Pulaski Drawings from Savannah, Georgia, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. District Courthouse Exhibition, sponsored by Prince Georges County Arts Council. The Lapinskis, Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Tadeusz Lapinski Omisalj Scenes, Galerija Lapidarij, Omisalj, Island of Krk, Croatia Tadeusz Lapinski Graphics, Casimir Pulaski Museum, Warka, Poland. Art in Summer, City of Omisali, Krk, Croatia. Moment of Reflection, Arts and Humanities Exhibition Hall, University of Maryland. Spring Visions, Exhibition by University College, University of Maryland, College Park. MD Tadeusz Lapinski: The Art of Color Graphics, Retrospective Exhibition, 1956 - 1992, Torun Venezia Citta Bella, Jacqueline's Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia. Exhibition City Museum, Plock, Poland. Chinese Flowers, Central Institute of Art, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at National Museum of Art, TienJin, Peoples Republic of China. Exhibition at the Guggenheim Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida. The Art of Tadeusz Lapinski, Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Exhibition at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tadeusz Lapinski Lithographs, Forum Gallery, Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galerie an der Stadtmauer, Villach, Austria. Lapinski Day Celebration, Art Fair Galleries, Jenifer Street, Washington, DC. Tadeusz Lapinski, Hoffberger Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland. Lapinski Retrospective, City Museum, Shelm, Poland. Lapinski Retrospective, UMBC Library and Gallery, Catonsville, Maryland. Exhibition in Art Center, Laurel, Maryland. Tadeusz Lapinski, Weintraub Gallery, New York City, New York. Exhibition in the California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA. Infinite Space Color Lithographs, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC. Inaugural Exhibit, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center New York, New York. Exhibition in Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, Rijeka, Yugoslavia. Tadeusz Lapinski: Recent Lithographs, Kennedy Galleries, New York City, New York. Exhibition at Gallery Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition at Sun Gallery, Hayward, California. Tadeusz Lapinski Color Lithographs, Miami Museum of Modern Art, Miami, Florida. Tadeusz Lapinski, Nabor Carrillo Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Galleria II Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Liberia Feltrinelli, Bologna, Italy. Graphics by Lapinski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Lithographs by Lapinski, Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. New Lithographs by Tadeusz Lapinski, Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, New York. Exhibition in Galerie im Minoritensaal, Graz, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria Segnapassi, Pesaro, Italy. Exhibition in Galleria Torre, Turin, Italy. Tadeusz Lapinski Wystawa Lithografii Kolorowych, Historical Museum, Warsaw, Poland. Lapinski Lithographs, Rotterdam Art, Galerie im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, Germany. Exhibition in Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico. Exhibition in Museum Johanneum, Graz, Austria. Exhibition at Haus Siemens, Erlangen, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie Lambert, Paris, France. Exhibition in Marl, West Germany. Exhibition in Viersen, West Germany. Exhibition in R. M. Light Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts. Exhibition in Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York. Exhibition in Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York. Tadeusz Lapinski, October 1962, Umetnostni Paviljon, Slovenj Gradec, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria im Griechenbeisl, Vienna, Austria. Ausstellungen 1962, Tadeusz Lapinski, Galerie Wasserturm, Hamburg, West Germany. Exhibition in Galerie 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Galeria MDM, Warsaw, Poland. Exhibition in Gradska Galeria, Maribor, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in House of Prints Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exhibition in Galeria 61, Klagenfurt, Austria. Exhibition in Mala Galeria, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Stuttgart Institute of Art and Culture, Stuttgart, West Germany. Izlozbe Grafike, Galerie ULUBIH, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Galeria Civil, Turin, Italy. Exhibition in Gallerie ULUS, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Exhibition in Grabowski Gallery, London, England. Tadeusz Lapinski, Exhibition of Drawings from Yugoslavia, Gallery CBWA, Warsaw, Poland.

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Life Magazine, Special Edition, To The Moon & Back

by Langley & Jones Specialist Auctions

May 7, 2016, 11:30 AM BST

Cardiff, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £30 - £40

Description: Life Magazine, Special Edition, To The Moon & Back, 1969.

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ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, with holograph

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: IF ONLY HIS FRIENDS "KNEW MORE ABOUT NATIONAL PROBLEMS" ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. Typed Letter Signed, as President, with holograph "Personal" at upper left, to John L. Saltonstall, explaining that no one person or point of view could hold special influence with the President because he confers with so many people of different views, and noting that his own friends would be more helpful if they had a national perspective on the problems that confront the Nation. 1 1/2 pages, 4to, White House stationery, written on rectos of two sheets originally conjoined; horizontal fold. (TFC) Washington, 13 January 1938

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Abba Eban Israel UN Rep blames Arabs re preventing peaceful admin of Jerusalem

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: In a three-page draft of a speech most probably delivered at the United Nations, Abba Eban, Israel's Representative at the U.N., blames the Arab States for preventing peaceful supervision of the Holy Places in JerusalemABBA EBAN (1915-2002) Historically important Autograph Manuscript of a speech by Abba Eban, three pages, 6" x 8", separate sheets of hotel stationery of The Savoy-Plaza, New York City. The Savoy-Plaza was demolished in 1964. Eban was Israel's first Representative to the United Nations. With cross-outs and additions, but not signed by Eban. In full: "The record of the Arab Government in the Jerusalem question is as follows: -They violently opposed the Statute of Jerusalem when it was first proposed by the U.N. and made brutal destructive war upon the City in cynical disregard of its sacred associations." Eban then writes "This assault caused the abandonment and irrevocable," then crosses the phrase out, replacing it with "and with heavy loss of life and damage to buildings old and new, religious and secular." He continues, "When Jerusalem obtained its political freedom through integration with Israel, proposals arose in the United Nations and in world opinion generally for establishing United Nations representation in Jerusalem for the supervision of the Holy Places. The Arab States have opposed these suggestions and are largely responsible for their not having been put into effect. At the same time, Jordan, the only Arab government with actual interests and positions in Jerusalem opposes the internationalization proposals for which other Arab governments profess tactical support. This the Arab policy has been and is - to thwart whatever proposals can effectively or justly at any time give peaceful expression to international concern for the Holy Places. In these circumstances their exploitation of the Jerusalem question for a hollow political maneuver is a shocking profanity, offensive to the City's peace and holiness. The Arab Ambassadors have publicly referred to the responsibilities of the United States in this question. In this connection the Israel Embassy merely recalls the following facts from Israel's own experience. First. The United States and Israel were unable to maintain the original internationalization plans against Arab assault and the United States in May 1948 took the lead in advocating the non-implementation of the plan. Second. The United States representative in the U.N. in November 1948 proposed that Jerusalem be integrated with the rest of Palestine. In 1949 and 1950 the United States opposed the plan for territorial internationalization in the General Assembly and Trusteeship Council. Third. The United States encouraged and supported Israel's initiative in June 1950 in proposing an international representative for the Holy Places in and outside Jerusalem."In October, 1948, President Truman stated that "We continue to support, within the framework of the United Nations, the internationalization of Jerusalem and the protection of the holy places in Palestine." In 1952, the United States took the position that "The Government of the United States has adhered and continues to adhere to the policy that there should be a special international regime for Jerusalem which will not only provide protection for the holy places but which will be acceptable to Israel and Jordan as well as the world community." Abba Eban was Israel's first voice to the world. A brilliant and eloquent speaker and a superb orator, Eban was born in South Africa and educated at Cambridge. He became Israel's first Representative at the United Nations in 1948, and served concurrently as Ambassador to the United States from 1950 until his election to the Knesset in 1959. Abba Eban was Israel's Foreign Minister from 1966-1974. In excellent condition.

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Dorothy Webster Hawksley (1884-1970) - Peace (Mother and Child)

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

May 11, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £15,000 - £20,000

Description: Watercolour and body colour, touches of graphite Signed lower right 102 x 74cm (40 ¼ x 29 1/8 in) Painted circa 1919 Provenance: Sale. Bonhams, London, Fine British & Continental Watercolours & Drawings, 7th June 2005, lot 115; Julian Machin, London Exhibited: Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1919, no. 728 Literature: cf. John Christian, Dorothy Hawksley, exhibition catalogue for The Maas Gallery, 2005 Engraved: Lithographic poster, 'Peace', circa 1919 Executed in 1919, the present large scale work is a deeply symbolic picture, with the impact of the end of the First World War clearly influencing the iconography and mood. The sitter, possibly painted after the artist's sister, if not the artist herself, is said to be mourning her lost husband, presumably killed in the First World War. Her forlorn and melancholic appearance is echoed in the colourless gloom of what appears to be an empty battlefield behind, possibly based on those of Northern France, bleached by a hazy sun, with the contrasting 'poppy' red colour of her dress representing the fallen soldiers. Like much of Hawksley's paintings of the 1920s, the solid colours and bold outlines show the influence of Japanese woodblock prints, and the work of her close friend Frederick Cayley Robinson (1862-1927). Inspired greatly by the Burne-Jones memorial exhibition in1898, Hawksley later trained at the Royal Academy Schools in 1906, where she was awarded a silver medal for a drawing from life and the Landseer Scholarship in 1908. She began to exhibit at the Royal Academy in 1909 and continued to show there almost every year until 1964. IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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Fiacres et Charrette a Bras Boulevard Saint Denis

by New River Fine Art

Ships From: Ft. Lauderdale, FL US

Description: Pastel on board, signed, lower left.

Condition Report: Excellent Condition

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AN ATTRACTIVE MIRROR-BACKED BUILDER'S MODEL FOR THE RAM-BOWED 20-KNOT STEAM YACHT SCUD, BUILT FOR A.H.E. WOOD, ESQ. BY JOHN SAMUEL WHITE, EAST COWES, 1896

by Charles Miller Ltd

May 10, 2016, 11:00 AM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £3,500 - £4,500

Description: AN ATTRACTIVE MIRROR-BACKED BUILDER'S MODEL FOR THE RAM-BOWED 20-KNOT STEAM YACHT SCUD, BUILT FOR A.H.E. WOOD, ESQ. BY JOHN SAMUEL WHITE, EAST COWES, 1896, the laminated and carved hull, propeller shaft with bracket and silvered propeller, painted 'rope work' gunnel, enclosed foredeck with silvered fittings including anchor, chain, davit, capstan, searchlight, painted deck with silvered signalling telegraph, funnel with safety valve extension pipe and whistle, coal shute covers, ventilators, engine room lights, open bridge area with helm, rigged lifeboat davits, telegraphs and binnacle, panelled main saloon with glazed lights and grab rails, named life buoys and emergency stern controls, mounted on a later mirror with angled end mirrors within original glazed case with wooden builder's plate and label to back for entry as an exhibit at the Imperial Institute Exhibition of 1897. Overall measurements -- 15 x 58?in. (38 x 148.5cm.), Built on the lines of a naval torpedo boat, this yacht was essentially designed for speed and compares closely with the famous Turbinia which must have stolen her thunder when she was unleashed at the 1897 Spithead Review just a year after Scud was launched. That may account for why Mr Wood sold her in 1898 to W.C.S. Connall who in turn sold her in 1902 to His Highness Thakur Sahib of Morvi (India) who still owned her when she was wrecked in 1909.

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WEIMER PURSELL (1906-1974). PRODUCTION AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING. Gouache maquette. 1942. 15x14 inches, 39x37 cm.

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 10, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: WEIMER PURSELL (1906-1974) PRODUCTION AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING. Gouache maquette. 1942. 15 1/2x14 3/4 inches, 39 1/2x37 1/2 cm. Condition A-: paint chipping and staining in image; minor tape residue and abrasions at edges, not affecting image. Hand-titled in pencil. Painted on illustration board. Born in Tennessee, Pursell had no artistic training until the late-1920s when he moved to Chicago and enrolled at the city's prestigious Art Institute. He financed the completion of his studies through his work as a package designer and billboard artist. He became a successful freelance illustrator for many of the most well-known American magazines such as Life, Redbook, Town & Country, Forbes and Newsweek. He also designed posters for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair and some of the country's largest companies, including American Airlines, Winchester Rifles and Coca-Cola.

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MARIE ZIMMERMAN SPUN SILVER-GILT PRESENTATION BOWL AND COVER, CIRCA 1919.

by Northeast Auctions

May 15, 2016, 12:00 PM EST

Portsmouth, NH, USA

Estimated Price: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Of conical form with everted rim, the chinoiserie knop a burlwood and silver berry affixed to a carved green hardstone foliate mount, engraved around the inside of the cover rim "TO MOTHER AND FATHER, LOUIS AND HENRIETTE ETTLINGER, MARCH 14 1869-1919," in Arts & Crafts style lettering interrupted by flower stems and a stylized Chinese vase on a scroll stand, marked "M. ZIMMERMAN MAKER," MZ cipher and "STERLING." 44 oz. Diameter 10 3/4 inches.Marie Zimmerman (American 1878-1972) was a painter and sculptor, but she is best known for her metalwork and jewelry. She was highly skilled in manipulating chemical treatments, gilding and plating in a broad range of color and texture. She was educated at the Pratt Institute, the Art Students League, and the National Arts Club. Zimmermann's early work was very much in the tradition of the Arts and Crafts movement. In 1921 she exhibited several metal bowls at the Boston Society of Decorative Art. The next year she exhibited pieces at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Contemporary Art display. She subsequently showed at the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts and the Ehrich Galleries of New York City. In 1924, two more shows featured her work, including an exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she was awarded the Logan Prize for her jewelry and silverware.Louis Ettlinger (1845-1927) was born in Germany and received his education and training there. In 1866 he emigrated to New York City, and after briefly working as a greengrocer founded the lithographic firm Schumacher & Ettlinger. In December of 1895 the firm was purchased along with several other lithographic publishers, and merged to become the American Lithographic Company, of which he was Treasurer and Director. He was a treasurer of the company that eventually became Crowell-Collier, a major publisher of books and magazines. He was also a director of the Knapp Company. He backed his daughter Flora's husband Giles Whiting in his Persian rug business, serving as President and Director of the Persian Rug Manufactory. He was also a Director of the Realty League of the City of New York. In 1902, he purchased the Henry Ward Beecher estate, Boscobel (designed by Joseph Lyman Silisbee), overlooking the Hudson River in Peekskill, New York, which served as his summer home.

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ATTRIBUTED TO CONWAY HART, (1814 - 1864), - PAIR OF PORTRAITS OF SAMUEL AND ROSETTA MOSES WITH CHILDREN, HOBART TOWN, c.1855-1856, oil on canvas

by Deutscher and Hackett

May 4, 2016, 7:00 PM AEST

South Yarra, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD150,000 - AUD200,000

Description: ATTRIBUTED TO CONWAY HART, (1814 - 1864), - PAIR OF PORTRAITS OF SAMUEL AND ROSETTA MOSES WITH CHILDREN, HOBART TOWN, c.1855-1856, oil on canvas DIMENSIONS: 165.0 x 124.5 each PROVENANCE: Commissioned by Samuel Moses, Hobart Town, c.1855 - 56 Samuel and Rebecca Moses, ‘Derwentwater’ then ‘Boa Vista’, Hobart Town Thence by descent Alice Charlotte (nee Moses) and Michael Simons, United Kingdom Thence by descent Dr. Lance M. J. Kramer, Exeter, United Kingdom, grandson of the above Thence by descent Michael Walford, Baughurst, Hampshire, United Kingdom, inherited from the above c.1997, grandson of Mr and Mrs Howard Joseph Moses The estate of Michael Walford, Baughurst, Hampshire, United Kingdom, 2016 Dreweatts - Bloomsbury auction, Berkshire, United Kingdom, 23 February 2016 Private collection, Sydney, acquired from the above EXHIBITED: Conway Hart Portrait Gallery, Liverpool Street, Hobart Town, August - September 1856 RELATED WORK:The Arbour, 1910, oil on canvas, 190.5 x 230.5 cm, collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne ESSAY: The thirteen children of Samuel and Rosetta Moses Clara, b. 1837, d. 1909 Alfred Samuel, b. 1839, d. 1872 Harriette Rachel, b. c.1840, d. 1853 Gertrude, b. 1842 Louis, b. 1843 Edward John, b.1846, d. 1915 Unknown daughter, b. 1847 Alice Charlotte, b. 1847, d. 1920 Ernest Leopold, b. 1848, d. 1920 Henry, b. 1850, d. 1883 Lawrence Hyam, b. 1852 Lionel David, b. 1854, d. 1923 Howard Joseph Samuel, b. 1855, d. 1920 The recent discovery of this important pair of colonial paintings, commissioned in Hobart Town in the mid 1850s, presents a rare example of descending family provenance over 160 years from the sitters, Samuel and Rosetta Moses, to the recent Estate of Michael Walford, their great-grandson. These large scale and ambitious family portraits are rare visual records of the Moses family, eminent residents of Hobart Town during a significant period of colonial development. The paintings present various layers of historical significance. Samuel Moses was an active and influential member of the small Jewish community in Van Diemen’s Land and contributed to the building of one of Australia’s first synagogues. His commercial interests, alongside a growing shipping fleet, embraced a wide range of importing, exporting and merchant activities. The Moses family appears to have been at the forefront of social and community activities in Hobart Town throughout most of the 1840s and 50s. Samuel Moses was a member of The Royal Society of Van Diemen’s Land and the first Jewish Justice of the Peace in Australia and New Zealand. The addition of these two significant paintings to the recorded works attributed to Conway Hart, expands our knowledge of the artist, a prominent but lesser known colonial portrait painter working in London, Melbourne, Hobart Town and Calcutta. The circumstances surrounding the portraits’ commissions are controversial following a civil law suit brought against Samuel Moses by the artist Frederick Frith, with Conway Hart as a reluctant witness. The attribution to Conway Hart rather than Frederick Frith is based on our knowledge of a second portrait commission of ‘Mr. And Mrs. Moses and Family’ from Conway Hart in 1855–56 following the legal dispute over the Frith portraits. The description of the Frith portraits in court identify different numbers of children accompanying each parent in each painting. Stylistically the paintings are typical of Conway Hart with the treatment of Rosetta Moses and her lace shawl closely comparable with the artist’s Portrait of Elizabeth Selab Miller, Hobart, c. 1855, M.J.M. Carter AO Collection, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. The larger scale of the paintings, with joined canvas, is also typical of Conway Hart, whose life size portrait of Richard Dry, Esquire, Late Speaker of the Legislative Council, Hobart 1855, collection of the Parliament of Tasmania, is amongst the largest portrait paintings from the period. The Pair of Portraits of Samuel and Rosetta Moses with Children, c.1855–56, have previously been dated to 1855 by Michael Walford (1924–2015), the great-grandson of Samuel and Rosetta. The identity of the children in each painting was also provided by Michael Walford in 1997, but may not be entirely correct. Assuming the date of 1855 and consistent with Michael Walford’s identification, two of the children accompanying Samuel Moses (age 48) would appear to be Clara (age 18) and Ernest (age 7); three of the children accompanying Rosetta Moses (age 35) would appear to be Alice (age 8), Louis (age 12) and Edward (age 9).

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Victoria (Queen of Great Britain & Ireland, 1819-1901). Das Schweizerland. Eine Sommerfahrt durch Gebirg und Thal, In Schildrungen von Woldemar Kaden, 1st edition, Stuttgart, [1877],

by Dominic Winter Auctions

May 11, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Near Cirencester, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £500 - £800

Description: Victoria (Queen of Great Britain & Ireland, 1819-1901). Das Schweizerland. Eine Sommerfahrt durch Gebirg und Thal, In Schildrungen von Woldemar Kaden, 1st edition, Stuttgart, [1877], wood-engravings throughout including full-page plates, some spotting, lengthy signed and dated presentation inscription from Queen Victoria to front free endpaper, 'To Theodore Martin Esq C.B. - With renewed expressions of gratitude for his valued services in continuing to make more & more known that Noble Life, from Victoria RI, Windsor Castle, Christmas Eve, 1877', heavy spotting to endpapers including inscribed page, all edges gilt, contemporary gilt-ruled and titled red morocco, rubbed, folio In Theodore Martin's book 'Queen Victoria as I Knew Her' (1901) he explains how Queen Victoria chose him to write the Life of the Prince Consort, the story beginning in 1862. Through the recommendation of his friend Sir Arthur Helps Queen Victoria asked him to undertake the biography in 1866. The project eventually began and Theodore Martin found himself having to expand on his intended two-volume work, 'The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort' eventually being published in 5 volumes by Smith, Elder between 1875 and 1880. This volume was clearly presented as a Christmas gift in recognition of the Queen's continuing approval and the publication of volume 3 then newly published. The Queen maintained her friendship with Sir Theodore and Lady Martin even visiting them at their home near Llangollen, North Wales, during her progress in Wales in 1889. (1)

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Rafaele Santi - Three Studies for the Virgin at the Foot of the Cross

by DUMBO Auctions

Ships From: Brooklyn , NY US

Description: "Three Studies for the Virgin at the Foot of the Cross" by Rafaele Santi, Unsigned Lithograph. Paper size is 23.5 x 17.75 inches, with an image size of 10.75 x 8.75 inches. The Lithograph is from an edition size of 125 and is not framed. The condition was rated A: Mint. Additional details: Drawings by Italian Masters of the XV-XVIII Centuries. From a selection of 40 facsimiles of the originals preserved in the Albertina Collection in Vienna. With an introduction and descriptive text by Joseph Meder, Late Director of the Albertina and edited in English Campbell Dodgson, M.A, C.B.E, Kepper of prints and drawings at the Britich Museum. Published in London by BT Batsford Ltd, 94, High Holborn in 1930. The edition for the British Empire and the United States of America is limited to 125 copies. All rights of this work are the property of Anton Schroll & Co who are publishers of the German Edition. Printed in Austria. Plate # 13 "Three Studies for the Virgin at the Foot of the Cross", and for Christ crucified, for the picture, "Christ on the Cross with Four Saints", formerly in the Church of San Domenico at Citta di Castello, and now in the Mond Collection in the National Gallery. The design on the right is the one actually used. To be dated about 1502, when Raphael was under the influence of Perugino. The original was drawn with the pen in bistre. Lempereur Collection.

Condition Report: A: Mint

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1898

by Bridge City Auctions

July 9, 2016, 6:00 PM PST

Lake Oswego, OR, USA

Description: France: Volume 8. By: M. Guizot.

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No Image Available

by Bridge City Auctions

July 9, 2016, 6:00 PM PST

Lake Oswego, OR, USA

Description: Greece: Volume 9. By: George Grote, Esq.

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1898

by Bridge City Auctions

July 9, 2016, 6:00 PM PST

Lake Oswego, OR, USA

Description: France: Volume 7. By: M. Guizot.

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by The Red Barn Auction Company

May 6, 2016, 8:00 PM EST

Nashville, NC, USA

Description: Unknown Working Condition

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by The Red Barn Auction Company

May 6, 2016, 8:00 PM EST

Nashville, NC, USA

Description: Unknown Working Condition

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by The Red Barn Auction Company

May 6, 2016, 8:00 PM EST

Nashville, NC, USA

Description: Unknown Working Condition

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by The Red Barn Auction Company

May 6, 2016, 8:00 PM EST

Nashville, NC, USA

Description: Unknown Working Condition

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WWII Nazi Ring and Cuff Link Set

by Donley Auction Services

May 7, 2016, 10:00 AM CST

Union, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $150

Description: Features swastika and national colors.

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WWII German Enamel National Socialist Womens Pin

by Donley Auction Services

May 7, 2016, 10:00 AM CST

Union, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $40 - $50

Description: Very nice original piece all marked on back.

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Australia 1996 ' National Identity' Masterpieces in Silver (.925) $5, FDC (5 coins )

by Smalls Auctions

May 7, 2016, 11:00 AM AEST

Paddington, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD130 - AUD150

Description: As issued

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NAZI Germany Swastika Enameled Militants Lapel Pin

by Omega Auction, Corp.

May 4, 2016, 7:30 PM EST

Hialeah, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: "NATIONAL - SOZIALISTISCHE D.A.P." Multiple Photos Posted

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September 11th 22kt Gold Leaf $20 Coin Certificate

by Omega Auction, Corp.

May 4, 2016, 7:30 PM EST

Hialeah, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Comes w/COA from The National Collector's Mint

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ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY

by Dotta Auction Company, Inc.

May 4, 2016, 4:00 PM EST

Nazareth, PA, USA

Description: 7 JEWEL. 10 YEAR GOLD FILLED HINGED KEYSTONE CASE

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1927 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO, 7 JEWEL

by Dotta Auction Company, Inc.

May 4, 2016, 4:00 PM EST

Nazareth, PA, USA

Description: IN KEYSTONE NICKELNOID CASE, SERIAL:31332953

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1900

by Bridge City Auctions

May 11, 2016, 6:00 PM PST

Lake Oswego, OR, USA

Description: Greece: Volume 9. By: George Grote, Esq.

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1898

by Bridge City Auctions

May 11, 2016, 6:00 PM PST

Lake Oswego, OR, USA

Description: France: Volume 8. By: M. Guizot.

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1898

by Bridge City Auctions

May 11, 2016, 6:00 PM PST

Lake Oswego, OR, USA

Description: France: Volume 7. By: M. Guizot.

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Elgin National Watch Co., two celluloid pouches with the Elgin logo, and marked

by R.O. Schmitt Fine Arts, LLC

May 15, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Manchester, NH, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $100

Description: Elgin National Watch Co., two celluloid pouches with the Elgin logo, and marked "Compliments of the Elgin National Watch Company", c1900

Condition Report: one good with minor discoloration and wrinkles, the other yellowed, and with cracks

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Pendule de forme portique en marbre blanc et noir richement décoré de bronzes dorés.

by Jean Havin maison de ventes

May 8, 2016, 2:30 PM CET

Oizon, France

Estimated Price: €12,000 - €15,000

Description: Le cadran émaillé (rapporté) à chiffres arabes pour les heures orné de branchages de laurier est surmonté d'enroulements feuillagés et d'un aigle sur une sphère traversée par des foudres Les montants en marbre noir ornés de pilastres cannelés à chapiteaux ioniques retenant des guirlandes de laurier et agrémentés de branchages sont terminés par des enroulements et des fleurons et surmontés de vases flammés. Ils supportent à la partie supérieure sur des entablements des lions affrontés et présentent à la partie inférieure Athéna ou Minerve casquée, armée d'une lance et d'un bouclier à tête de Méduse symbolisant la Force, et Aphrodite ou Vénus, tenant vraisemblablement un miroir pouvant symboliser la Tempérance ; au centre : un trophée militaire composé d'un casque, de boucliers et de carquois. Elle repose sur une base moulurée à décrochements ciselée de rinceaux feuillagés en appliques, frises de perles et de tores et terminée par des petits patins. Vers 1780 (restaurations, éléments de la partie supérieure vraisemblablement rapportés) H 75, L 60, P 18 cm Un exemplaire identique appartient au Mobilier National (1) Une pendule identique est conservée au musée François Duesberg (2). Un autre exemplaire est reproduit dans l'ouvrage Le Piu belle pendole francesi da Luigi XIV all'Impero, Giacomo Wannenes, Leonardo Ed, Milan, 1991. Page 105. Ce modèle est à rapprocher d'une pendule appartenant aux collections royales espagnoles (3). 1. Les bronzes du mobilier national, Pendules et Cartels, E. Dumonthier, CH. Massin ED, Paris, sd, Pl. n°16. 2. catalogue du musée, Arts décoratifs 1775 - 1825 Pendules à sujets exotiques et bronzes dorés français, mars 1998, p. 203. 3. Catalogo de Relojes del patrimonio nacional, J. Ramon Colon de Carvajal, Madrid, 1987, Patrimonio nacional Ed. p.78. Bibliographie. - La pendule française De Louis XVI à nos jours, Tardy, 1969, p. 271. - Encyclopédie de la pendule française du Moyen Age au XXe siècle, Pierre Kjellberg, l'Amateur Ed, Paris, 1997. p. 202.

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African Igala Wooden Helmet Mask

by ArtemisGallery LIVE

May 12, 2016, 8:00 AM PST

Erie , CO, USA

Estimated Price: $3,500 - $7,000

Description: Africa, Nigeria, Igala, ca. early 20th century CE. A grand helmet mask, expertly carved from one piece of wood, for ceremonies that celebrate the might of the king. Nine types of royal helmets known as Agba in addition to non-royal character masks are used in these ceremonies. This example is of an ovoid shape, replete with intricately incised scarification marks upon the forehead and hairline, a peaked cap also incised with elaborate zigzag and linear designs, topped with dark brown cords of twisted fibers, and elegant facial features including protruding heavy lidded eyes detailed with scarification markings and a trio of openwork vertical motifs below each open eye perhaps representing tears, small rounded ears, and a protruding, slightly open mouth. The surface is blackened and highlighted with red and white pigments. Perforations at neckline for attaching to costume. Size: 17.25" L x 8.5" W (43.8 cm x 21.6 cm)It is also possible that this mask represents an ancestral spirit or an identity within the complex socio-political state of the region. Acdording to the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, "Over time, the western Igala have developed a highly evolved artistic complex of masks and masquerades to represent the spiritual relationship between living members of the community and the ancestors. The masks are an expression of the cult of the ancestors and a physical representation of both collective and individual ancestor figures. They also reflect the cultural, ethnic and political reality of the diverse Igala state. Among the most important masking complexes of the Igala are the so-called central public masquerades known as Egwu-Ata. While ostensibly under the direct control of the ruling house, each mask exists in an individual clan or group that keeps, cares for and performs it. Each masquerade exhibits certain physical characteristics that identify the group and its relationship to the larger community. Together these masks signify the state or nation." (https://africa.si.edu/collections/view/objects/asitem/People@1525/1?t:state:flow=03a7270e-5f54-4cda-811d-5c0c9f3efab7) Provenance: Ex- Adeon Gallery, Nick Poolos, Chicago, IL acquired before 1970. All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #113240

Condition Report: A very small nick to lower eyelid of proper left eye.

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Startled Deer

by Artch Auctions

Ships From: Bozeman, MT US

Description: Signed lithograph of watercolor showing startled deer in forest. Framed: 19.5 x 23 inches. Gallery notes on reverse. Old trophy engraved plaque on lower center of frame: "Tamale Singles Champion, 10 - 9 - 65."

Condition Report: Excellend contision. Well preserved and protected in frame, behind glass.

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HOOVER, HERBERT. Typed Letter Signed, to Josiah T. Rose,

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: HOOVER, HERBERT. Typed Letter Signed, to Josiah T. Rose, intimating partial responsibility for aspects of the Moscow Declaration and questioning Wendell Willkie's campaign methods. 1 page, 4to, personal stationery; horizontal folds. (TFC) New York, 2 November 1943

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Rare James Garfield Autograph as President with Chester Arthur and many more!

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: A rare signature of James Garfield, signed as President, in an autograph album together with Vice President Chester Arthur, his entire cabinet, and over 100 members of the House and SenateJAMES A. GARFIELD (1831-1881) His signature "James Garfield, May 6, 1881," as President on the first leaf of an 8vo autograph album, together with over 100 additional signatures, including all the members of Garfield's cabinet, as well as over 100 member of Congress. Expertly rebound in brown leather preserving original gilt leather title, pages bear some mild soiling at margins but are otherwise quite clean, overall fine condition. Housed in a custom slipcase bound in red cloth.The album also features the signatures of Garfield's entire cabinet, including Secretary of State, James G. Blaine Secretary of the Treasury William Windom, Secretary of War Robert Todd Lincoln, Secretary of the Navy, William H. Hunt, Postmaster General Thomas L. James, Secretary of the Interior Samuel J. Kirkwood, and Attorney General, Wayne MacVeagh, all of whom sign on their own separate page. The album also includes Garfield's Vice President (and future President) Chester A. Arthur. In addition, the album includes the signatures of over 100 Senators and Congressmen, including several veterans of the Civil War such as Ambrose Burnside and William Rosecrans. Also of interest is former Confederate Vice President Alexander Stephens, who adds a lengthy inscription for the owner: "Among many good Mottos few are better than this line by Pope: 'Honor and Shame from no condition rise; Act wel l you part[:] there all the honor lies' Alexander H. Stephens M C of Ga National Hotel Washington DC 22d May 1881"

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English Chippendale Mahogany Wine or Tea Table, 18th Century c. 1760

by Silla Fine Antiques

Ships From: Shippensburg, PA US

Description: FINELY CARVED ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY WINE TABLEEngland c. 1760Item # 1503KRP28A wonderful work of art from the third quarter of the 18th Century, this crisply carved little tea table remains in an outstanding state of preservation throughout. Retaining a very early and well oxidized finish, the table is a perfect display of balanced craftsmanship. Being austere and free of unnecessary embellishment along the simple turned column and top, the legs literally bring the table to life and infuse a degree of the exquisite into the form. The acanthus carvings are perfectly symmetrical, perfectly repeated from one leg to the next and almost sharp to the touch in crispness and quality. A small anthemion drapes from each foliage display along the soft cabriole of the three legs, each terminating in a padded club foot. While simple and restrained, the top is crafted of a gorgeous selection of mahogany, turned with precision to carefully raise the molded lip around the edge of the top. This is affixed to the pedestal with screws through a collar beneath the top. The legs affix into the pedestal with unassisted dovetails. This precious piece is a highlight, a refined addition to any formal sitting room, a work that elevates an interior in a remarkable way despite it's slight stature.

Condition Report: Square patch to center of top, square patch to underside of one foot. Very early surface w/ possible remnants of an original finish under later layers of shellac and wax; heavily worn top surface with some scratching and abrasions; wear to legs, feet and carvings, as expected. Crack in one dovetail beneath pedestal, old age crack in pedestal at turning. Appearing to retain it's original screws. Overall remaining in a very fine state of preservation. Due to image limitations clients should visit our gallery website (www.sillafineantiques.com) prior to purchase to review all item images. Verbal condition reports are also available by calling (717) 658-8274 Monday through Friday 9a-5:30p or by emailing sales@sillafineantiques.com

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English Regency Mahogany Ladies Writing Desk, 19th Century

by Silla Fine Antiques

Ships From: Shippensburg, PA US

Description: ENGLISH REGENCY MAHOGANY TWO-TIERED WRITING DESK19th CenturyItem # 505HSG20A simply gorgeous presentation piece, this delicate ladies writing desk features fine and vibrant mahogany and mahogany veneers with well preserved mellowed color and patination throughout. Almost certainly a work of the Regency period, the desk probably originates from the second quarter of the 19th century and remains preserved in excellent condition. The upper section rests over four turned silvered columns with two small drawers with finely cut dovetailing and retaining their original brass knobs. The face of the lower section drops down in the same manner as the butler desks of the same period, this revealing a series of pigeon-hole letter slots and an early leather writing surface. The entire case is raised over vasiform legs and a stretched base. Turning the piece upside down reveals the exceptional attention to detail in the construction, the finely cut dovetailing locking together the undersides of both the lower and upper sections. For anyone passionate about English furnishings, this is a precious acquisition with delicate lines and fine craftsmanship. It is petite and able to be incorporated into any number of design scenarios in the home, being of a classical and timeless form that remains stylish after nearly two hundred years of life. It will certainly be a cherished part of any classical home. Measurements: 43 1/2" H x 18" W x 15 1/2" DCondition Report: Restorations to veneers with cracks and some patches. Wear to front right corner of case. Cracking and separations to legs and writing surface. Original hardware, replaced screws. Loss to finish on right side of case, probably from a sticker. Vibrant and beautiful color throughout, sturdy and stable. In overall excellent condition.

Condition Report: Due to image limitations clients should visit our gallery website (www.sillafineantiques.com) prior to purchase to review all item images. Verbal condition reports are also available by calling (717) 658-8274 Monday through Friday 9a-5:30p or by emailing sales@sillafineantiques.com

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A Royal Crown Derby porcelain paperweight

by Batemans Auctioneers & Valuers

May 7, 2016, 1:00 PM BST

Stamford, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £60 - £80

Description: A Royal Crown Derby porcelain paperweight, modelled as a Blue Jay, gold stopper, dated 1995, 16cm long, a Royal Doulton figure, Iconic London series, Lifeguard, HN 5364, 28cm, a Royal Copenhagen figure, girl in riding outfit with cat, marked 761, 13.5cm, and a Royal Copenhagen figure, The Little Mermaid, marked 159, 14cm. (4)

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Carl Spitzweg, Landscape Study with Mountains, c. 1860

by Auctionata AG

May 4, 2016, 5:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €1,200 - €2,451

Description: Pencil on paperGermany, c. 1860Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885) – German painterWith Spitzweg estate stamp lower right in the image (Lugt 2307)Sheet size: 21.4 x 17.4 cmGood conditionProvenance: Private collection, southern Germany (since c. 1900)Object is regular taxed. Differential taxation is not possibleThe pencil sketch by the German painter Carl Spitzweg dates to 1860. It is the study of a landscape with mountains in soft hatching.The pencil sketch carries the Spitzweg estate stamp lower right in the image. It is in good condition showing slight traces of age, as the image is slightly faded. The sheet size is 21.4 x 17.4 cm.Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885)Carl Spitzweg studied pharmacy, botany and chemistry at the University of Munich. Before he began teaching himself painting, he worked as a pharmacist until 1833. In 1835, he became a member of the Munich Kunstverein. This was followed by extensive travels through Europe. From 1844, he worked for the ‘Flying Papers’, which were fitted with his humorous drawings. Spitzweg belongs to the late Romantic Movement. Whilst the early works still show the influence of the Biedermeier, the painting style loosened up in his later work, and came close to Impressionism. The artist’s keen sense of coloring derived possibly from his training in pharmacy. In addition to landscapes, Spitzweg’s frequently depicted characters from the Biedermeier petty bourgeoisie, and satirical illustrations of quirky characters. Works by Carl Spitzweg achieve very high prices on the international auction market. They are on display in major collections, such as the Neue Pinakothek Munich, the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, the Germanic National Museum in Nuremberg, and the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne. (eli) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Lithograph “La Payse”, T. A. Steinlen, late 19th Century

by Auctionata AG

May 4, 2016, 11:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €300 - €718

Description: Lithograph on paperFrance, late 19th CenturyThéophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859 -1923), French painter and illustratorSigned in the plate upper right “Steinlen”Folio 220 of a total of 400Lithographs such as this by Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen fetch up to 1.500 euros at international auctionsOverall dimensions 56.4 x 37. 7 cm Very good conditionObject is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU.This interesting lithograph by the French painter and illustrator Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen shows a study of a peasant woman of her time, standing to the left. The woman clasps her cloth, which is depicted in a very agitated way, over her chest. Despite her humble clothing the woman radiates an expression of self-confidence.The lithograph is in very good condition. It is signed in the plate upper right “Steinlen” and titled in the plate lower right “La Payse”. The folio is further provided in pencil with the number “220/400”.The overall dimensions are 56.4 x 37.7 cm.Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859 -1923) Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen was a French painter and illustrator born in Switzerland. In 1878 Steinlen came at the age of 19 to Paris. It did not take long that he became acquainted with the Parisian circle of artists. Steinlen earned his money as a free artist by illustrating the magazine le Chat Noir and the collection of Chansons of the famous Cabaret singer Artiste Bruant. The artist exhibited his paintings among other institutes at the Salon des Indépendants. Nowadays works by Steinlen can be found in museums such as the Hermitage in St. Petersburg and the National Gallery of Art in Washington. D.C.. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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 Ret ƒtienne (French 1900-1996)  untitled

by Jean Marc Gallery and Auctioneer

May 10, 2016, 11:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $600

Description: Ret ƒtienne (French 1900-1996) untitled, color etching edition 32/150,with frame 24 x 20.5 in

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 Ret ƒtienne (French 1900-1996)  La Letter dÕ Amour

by Jean Marc Gallery and Auctioneer

May 10, 2016, 11:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $800

Description: Ret ƒtienne (French 1900-1996) La Letter dÕ Amour, etching Edition 5/100,Framed: 30 x 26 in unframed: 21 x 17 in

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IRVING PENN | 'Rochas Mermaid Dress (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn), Paris’, 1950

by Sotheby's

May 19, 2016, 12:00 PM BST

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £40,000 - £60,000

Description: Silver print, printed c. 1959, flush-mounted to card. Signed, titled, dated, initialled and annotated Print made before 1959 in black pen, with the photographer’s stamp, the copyright stamp dated 1950/Renewed 1978, and the ‘Signed silver prints of this negative not exceeding 7’ stamp on the reverse. Mounted.

Condition Report: This print is in overall very good to excellent condition. With very light retouching marks throughout the print, and a line of machine-made dot marks from the mounting process in the upper right quadrant, only visible in raking light."In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue.NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE."

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Alfred de Breanski, Sr. (British, 1852-1928)

by Neal Auction Company

May 7, 2016, 10:00 AM CST

New Orleans, LA, USA

Estimated Price: $18,000 - $25,000

Description: Alfred de Breanski, Sr. (British, 1852-1928), "Balmoral, Her Majesty's Highland Home", 1897, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right, later inscription with artist's name and title en verso, 24 in. x 40 in., framed. Provenance: Christie's, London, Feb. 29, 1980, lot 88 via International Fine Arts Association, Inc., New Orleans, LA; Collection of Mrs. Dudley J. Hughes, Jackson, MS. Ill.: Clark, Ronald W. Balmoral: Queen Victoria's Highland Home. London: Thames and Hudson, 1981, dust jacket cover. Note: Alfred de Breanski, Sr. began exhibiting at the Royal Academy in London in 1869, and by the 1870s, he had embraced landscape painting as his preferred subject matter. He traveled often to the isolated regions of Wales and Scotland in search of wilderness landscapes, creating a unique blend of romanticism and realism. In the painting offered here, the artist presents a panoramic view of Balmoral Castle, and he also concentrates on the texture of the grass and trees, as well as a flickering light on the water and clouds. The meteorological accuracy of the sky alone would suggest the influence of John Constable, and certainly the work of both Constable and J. M.W. Turner would have been inspiring for any promising landscape painter in Britain. Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland is located on the large Balmoral Estate, a working property surrounded by thick forest, the Cairngorm mountains and the River Dee, all depicted here by De Breanski. Even now, and to a far greater extent in the nineteenth century, the country is one where wildlife is abundant, supporting favored royal activities such as deer-hunting and grouse-shooting. De Breanski depicts deer and figures in the valley beside the river, which reflects the tower of the castle, as an enduring symbol of Highland life. Balmoral has stood as a symbol of Royal relaxation and the focus of the Royal family’s long-standing enthusiasm for the Highlands since its acquisition by the Crown in 1852. Shortly after the estate was purchased, the existing house was found to be too small and the current Balmoral Castle, depicted here in 1897, was commissioned from architect William Smith of Aberdeen. Balmoral was beloved by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and has remained a favorite residence for Queen Elizabeth and her family during the summer holiday period from August to September. Ref.: Clark, Ronald W. Balmoral: Queen Victoria’s Highland Home. London: Thames and Hudson, 1981. Whitmore, Janet. Alfred De Breanski, Sr. (1852-1928). http://www.rehs.com/Alfred_de_Breanski_Sr_Bio.html. Accessed Mar. 24, 2016.

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William Blake Letter about Working a Copper Mine in Arizona

by Holabird Western Americana

May 13, 2016, 9:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $500

Description: Marvelous history here. William Blake (see below) was an important economic geologist. In this letter of July 16, 1882, he is writing that he is ready to tackle a copper mine near Clifton and/or Copper Queen. "...I will be willing to undertake the work, erect the smelter and put it into successful operation and make the survey and report on the mine." "...have the advice and cooperation of Wm Miller, and I would require supervision of the construction of the water jacket furnace and the needed fitting, stack , blower, kettles, etc., etc.""I suppose that the patent coke would be the best fuel..." Six 9 x 6" pages. Blake was born in New York City on June 21, 1826 and attended private schools in New York. In 1852 he received an advanced degree in the Chemical Course with the first graduating class of Yale University’s Sheffield School. Blake had a long and distinguished career in both U.S. and international mineralogy. His important jobs included mineralogist and geologist of the U. S Pacific Railroad Survey in the 1850s, mining engineer to the Japanese Government in 1861-63, reports in 1863 of Alaskan geology that reportedly influenced the U.S. purchase of Alaska, Commissioner for California to the Paris Exposition in 1867, Chief of Scientific Corps of the U.S. expedition to San Domingo in 1871, and collection and installation support of mineral resources exhibits at the Smithsonian Institution in the 1870s. From 1878 to 1895 Blake worked as an economic geologist, exploring districts and examining mines in the Western U.S. In 1895, at the age of 69, he was appointed Professor of Geology and Mining, and Director of the School of Mines, at the University of Arizona. Blake retired in 1905 and became Professor Emeritus. In 1898, both in recognition of his past achievements and recognizing his continuing studies, Arizona’s governor appointed Blake to the position of Arizona Territorial mineralogist and geologist. Blake served in this capacity for the rest of his life. Six times he was elected vice president of the American Institute of Mining Engineers. He was a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, of the American philosophical Society, and the Geological Societies of America, London, and Edinburgh. He was also named Chevalier of France’s Legion of Honor. City: Copper Queen State: Arizona Date: 1882 ID# 38024

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Robert Lyn Nelson -

by AJW Fine Art

May 22, 2016, 9:00 PM PST

Santa Monica, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Robert Lyn Nelson signed and numbered mixed media lithograph entitled Planetary Choir. Edition number is 54/1000. Item is in excellent condition. Has never beem framed. Robert Lyn Nelson is a world renowned artist and environmentalist who creates blissful images of marine life. A southern California native born in 1955, Nelson proved to be a gifted artist from the start, able to create artwork at the age of three that was impressive to say the least. By the time he was thirteen, Nelson was already being offered scholarships by local colleges in and around the San Bernardino county where he lived and attended high school. At fifteen, the very first public exhibition of his work came close to being completely sold out. Two years later he had his first one-man show. Robert Lyn Nelson is widely regarded as one the founding father of the Modern Marine Art Movement, taking the world by storm in the 1970's with his work. His deeply detailed paintings are bursting with color and a sense of magic and movement, bringing to life a variety of figures, subjects and images - most notably the amazing underwater universe of our oceans. As a diver and deeply committed conservationist, Nelson has made quite an impact in raising awareness of the world we live in, being named one of the nation's first "Environmental Heroes" in 1997 by then-Vice President Al Gore. The many avid collectors of Nelson's work comprise a Who's Who list of US presidents, movie industry big-wigs and rock n' rollers, including the Bush and Kennedy families, James Cameron and the Beach Boys, just to name a few. Primarily based in Hawaii these days, Robert Lyn Nelson continues to create marine masterpieces and support a long list of charities and environmental causes.

Condition Report: very good

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