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Joe Caricature

Lot 350: Joe Caricature "to Rachel From Joe"

by Omega Auction, Corp.

July 23, 2014

Hialeah, FL, USA

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Description: 19" x 17"

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Jean-François Portaëls (1818 - 1895, Belgian)

Lot 129: Jean-François Portaëls (1818 - 1895, Belgian)

by Menzies

July 24, 2014, 6:30 PM AEST

South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia

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Description: Spring oil on canvas signed and dated upper right: J. Portaels/ 1879 signed and dated upper right: J. Portaels/ 1879

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After Jean Le Pautre/ La Pompeuse et Magnifique

Lot 526: After Jean Le Pautre/ La Pompeuse et Magnifique

by Chorley's

July 24, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

Cranham, United Kingdom

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Description: After Jean Le Pautre/ La Pompeuse et Magnifique Ceremonie du Sacre de Louis XIV/ set of three etchings, 65cm x 49.5cm (25.5'' x 19.5'')/see illustration

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Jean Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) - Antonius and Cleopatra (after G.B. Tiepolo),

Lot 187: Jean Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) - Antonius and Cleopatra (after G.B. Tiepolo),

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

July 24, 2014, 1:00 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £400 - £600

Description: Jean Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) - Antonius and Cleopatra (after G.B. Tiepolo), etching, on laid paper, circa 1761-1765, [Baudicour 23], 165 x 115 mm. (6 1/2 x 4 1/2 in) Provenance: Colnaghi, London (gallery label on reverse).

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Jean MAHIE COLLIER En or jaune 18k (750) martelé, formé d'une chaine à maille forçat ovale retenant deux pendentifs, le premier...

Lot 942: Jean MAHIE COLLIER En or jaune 18k (750) martelé, formé d'une chaine à maille forçat ovale retenant deux pendentifs, le premier...

by Artcurial - Briest - Poulain - F. Tajan

July 24, 2014, 3:00 PM CET

Monte-Carlo, Monaco

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Description: Jean MAHIE COLLIER En or jaune 18k (750) martelé, formé d'une chaine à maille forçat ovale retenant deux pendentifs, le premier triangulaire serti de deux rubis cabochon, le second appliqué d'un éléphant styilisé (?) Signés Jean Mahie Long. : 72 cm; poids brut : 180 g A RUBY AND 18K YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE, BY JEAN MAHIE

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ICONE DE SAINT JEAN.

Lot 22B: ICONE DE SAINT JEAN.

by Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo

July 24, 2014, 6:00 PM CET

Monte Carlo, Monaco

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Description: ICONE DE SAINT JEAN. En argent repoussé, de forme ronde reposant sur une base en velours rouge. En l'état. Poinçon titre : 84, Saint-Pétersbourg, avant 1896. Diam. : 10 cm - Base : L. : 15 cm - L. : 15 cm.

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Saucière provenant du service de la ferme du

Lot 70: Saucière provenant du service de la ferme du

by Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo

July 24, 2014, 6:00 PM CET

Monte Carlo, Monaco

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Description: Saucière provenant du service de la ferme du Palais Peterhof En porcelaine blanche bordée d'un filet d'or et ornée du monogramme de l'empereur Alexandre II en lettres d'or sous couronne impériale polychrome. Bon état. Marque au dos en lettres vertes HII, 1896. Manufacture impériale de porcelaine, Saint-Pétersbourg. Epoque : Nicolas II (1894-1917). H. : 14 cm - L. : 20 cm.

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NIB Jean Paul Gaultier

Lot 4275: NIB Jean Paul Gaultier "Fragile" Perfume PAIR

by J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC

July 24, 2014, 6:00 PM PST

Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $250

Description: A pair of new in the box 1.6 fl. oz. and 7ml sampler "Fragile" woman's fragrance bottles. Larger bottle features a dazzling snow globe with gold glitter and female in a black dress (some slight loss of water present in globe). Sampler bottle also is a snow globe with black female figure and translucent glitter. Larger box measures approximately 5.5" x 2.5" x 2" and total weight of pair 12 oz.

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Jean Patou & Lucien Lelong Perfume Bottle Lot

Lot 4293: Jean Patou & Lucien Lelong Perfume Bottle Lot

by J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC

July 24, 2014, 6:00 PM PST

Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: Five empty vintage glass perfumes to include (4) Joy by Jean Patou - two in original box, one with black bottle, Indiscret by Lucien Lelong, and an early 20th century Lucien Lelong beveled glass perfume bottle case. Largest bottle measures approximately 2.75" x 2.5" x 1.75" for perspective. Total weight of lot 1 lb.

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TWO JEAN PATOU PLASTIC DUMMY SCENT BOTTLES. - 7 1/4 in. high.

Lot 2: TWO JEAN PATOU PLASTIC DUMMY SCENT BOTTLES. - 7 1/4 in. high.

by Sloans & Kenyon

July 25, 2014, 10:00 AM EST

Chevy Chase, MD, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $75

Description: TWO JEAN PATOU PLASTIC DUMMY SCENT BOTTLES. - 7 1/4 in. high.

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****MENTON FESTIVAL DE MUSIQUE BY JEAN COCTEAU (FRANCE, 1889-1963).

Lot 3131: ****MENTON FESTIVAL DE MUSIQUE BY JEAN COCTEAU (FRANCE, 1889-1963).

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

July 25, 2014, 10:00 AM EST

Delaware, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: ****MENTON FESTIVAL DE MUSIQUE BY JEAN COCTEAU (FRANCE, 1889-1963). Graphite on paper, signed lower left, titled lower center, numbered lower right. Depicting a conductor with chorale. 23"h. 18"w., in a modern frame, 31.5"h. 26.25"w.

Condition Report: Medium should read: drypoint etching. Provenance: From The Peffer Gallery Canton, Ohio. Condition good overall. No wrinkles or creases. Discoloration due to UV exposure. Signed lower left, numbered "24/50" lower right. We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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Resting Blue-Winged Teal Drake

Lot 141: Resting Blue-Winged Teal Drake

by Copley Fine Art Auctions

July 25, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Plymouth, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: A hollow tucked-head decoy with intricate wing and tail feather detail. Signed and dated by the maker on the bottom.

Condition Report: Original condition with patina.

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5 PC MID C LOT: 1939 GOLDEN GATE EXPOSITION- 17 IN SQUARE, NAPKIN (?)- GOODALL *PLAYGROUND*- 26 IN X 25 IN, STRIP W/ MASQUERADE BALL- 10 IN X 30 IN, *BON APETIT* BY LAURA JEAN ALLEN OF ASSOCIATED AMERICAN ARTISTS- 37 IN SQUARE AND A PC W/ BURNING

Lot 4153: 5 PC MID C LOT: 1939 GOLDEN GATE EXPOSITION- 17 IN SQUARE, NAPKIN (?)- GOODALL *PLAYGROUND*- 26 IN X 25 IN, STRIP W/ MASQUERADE BALL- 10 IN X 30 IN, *BON APETIT* BY LAURA JEAN ALLEN OF ASSOCIATED AMERICAN ARTISTS- 37 IN SQUARE AND A PC W/ BURNING

by Dennis Auction Service

July 25, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Stewartsville, NJ, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: 5 PC MID C LOT: 1939 GOLDEN GATE EXPOSITION- 17 IN SQUARE, NAPKIN (?)- GOODALL *PLAYGROUND*- 26 IN X 25 IN, STRIP W/ MASQUERADE BALL- 10 IN X 30 IN, *BON APETIT* BY LAURA JEAN ALLEN OF ASSOCIATED AMERICAN ARTISTS- 37 IN SQUARE AND A PC W/ BURNING CIGARETTES ON A BROWN GROUND- 43 IN X 39 IN

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PIECE de 20F or 1817. Lettre date A. A l'effigie de Louis XVIII. Poids 6,4g

Lot 14: PIECE de 20F or 1817. Lettre date A. A l'effigie de Louis XVIII. Poids 6,4g

by Var Enchères

July 25, 2014, 7:00 PM CET

Saint Raphaël, France

Estimated Price: €150 - €200

Description: PIECE de 20F or 1817. Lettre date A. A l'effigie de Louis XVIII. Poids 6,4g

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PIECE de 20F en or datée de 1863. Lettre date A. A l'effigie de Napoléon III, Empereur des français. Poids 6,4g

Lot 15: PIECE de 20F en or datée de 1863. Lettre date A. A l'effigie de Napoléon III, Empereur des français. Poids 6,4g

by Var Enchères

July 25, 2014, 7:00 PM CET

Saint Raphaël, France

Estimated Price: €100 - €120

Description: PIECE de 20F en or datée de 1863. Lettre date A. A l'effigie de Napoléon III, Empereur des français. Poids 6,4g

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Porcelaine de Sèvres : BOITE couverte à charnière à décor peint polychrome à fond bleu d'une scène avec mère et enfant. Datée 1846 avec marque du Château des Tuileries. Lettre date G.L.

Lot 100: Porcelaine de Sèvres : BOITE couverte à charnière à décor peint polychrome à fond bleu d'une scène avec mère et enfant. Datée 1846 avec marque du Château des Tuileries. Lettre date G.L.

by Var Enchères

July 25, 2014, 7:00 PM CET

Saint Raphaël, France

Estimated Price: €150 - €200

Description: Porcelaine de Sèvres : BOITE couverte à charnière à décor peint polychrome à fond bleu d'une scène avec mère et enfant. Datée 1846 avec marque du Château des Tuileries. Lettre date G.L.

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GENRE SCENE IN THE MANNER OF JEAN HONORE FRAGONARD (CONTINENTAL, POSSIBLY 19TH CENTURY).

Lot 4017: GENRE SCENE IN THE MANNER OF JEAN HONORE FRAGONARD (CONTINENTAL, POSSIBLY 19TH CENTURY).

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

July 25, 2014, 2:00 PM EST

Delaware, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $80 - $120

Description: GENRE SCENE IN THE MANNER OF JEAN HONORE FRAGONARD (CONTINENTAL, POSSIBLY 19TH CENTURY). Oil on board, unsigned. Man and woman in 18th-century dress in an idealized landscape. 10.75"h. 12.5"w., in a modern silvered frame, 14.75"h. 17"w.

Condition Report: We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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MAISON DE PECHEUR BY JEAN CHAPIN (FRANCE, 1896-1954).

Lot 4130: MAISON DE PECHEUR BY JEAN CHAPIN (FRANCE, 1896-1954).

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

July 25, 2014, 2:00 PM EST

Delaware, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: MAISON DE PECHEUR BY JEAN CHAPIN (FRANCE, 1896-1954). Oil on board, signed lower right, signed and titled verso. Stone buildings alongside the sea. 17.25"h. 21.5"w., in a gilt frame, 28"h. 31.5"w.

Condition Report: We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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PAIR OF LANDSCAPES BY JEAN AVEL (AUSTRIA, B. 1932).

Lot 4212: PAIR OF LANDSCAPES BY JEAN AVEL (AUSTRIA, B. 1932).

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

July 25, 2014, 2:00 PM EST

Delaware, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: PAIR OF LANDSCAPES BY JEAN AVEL (AUSTRIA, B. 1932). Oil on canvas, signed lower lower right. Each depicting European landscapes in dark tones of green, brown, yellow, and blue. 35.25"h. 23.25"w., in a molded wood frame, 40"h. 28"w.

Condition Report: We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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BRONZE AFTER JEAN BAPTISTE CLESINGER (FRANCE, 1841-1883).

Lot 4254: BRONZE AFTER JEAN BAPTISTE CLESINGER (FRANCE, 1841-1883).

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

July 25, 2014, 2:00 PM EST

Delaware, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $800

Description: BRONZE AFTER JEAN BAPTISTE CLESINGER (FRANCE, 1841-1883). Signed "AJ Clesinger"on the base. Valkyrie carrying a man with broken sword. 19"h. including marble base.

Condition Report: We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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TWILIGHT FIRE BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 49S: TWILIGHT FIRE BY JIM HANSEL

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $650 - $820

Description: Twilight Fire By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 50 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 12 X 24 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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JEAN FERNAND THE BARGE LIMITED ED. HAND SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

Lot 51T: JEAN FERNAND THE BARGE LIMITED ED. HAND SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $90

Description: This Is A Jean Fernand Limited Edition Hand Signed Serigraph Titled "the Barge." Medium: Lithograph On Paper, Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. Edition Size: This Piece Is An Artist Proof Edition. Image Size: 4¾" X 3" Paper Size: 6" X 4¾" Mint Condition. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

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JEAN FERNAND SOLEIL LEVANT II HAND SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

Lot 72T: JEAN FERNAND SOLEIL LEVANT II HAND SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $140 - $245

Description: This Is A Lithograph By Jean Fernand Titled "soleil Levant Ii" From The Impression Suite. This Piece Is Pencil Hand Signed By Fernand And Is Pencil Marked Ea As A Rare Artist Proof. This Lithograph Measures 11" X 8.5", Image Measures 8.75" X 6". Made On Thick Quality Arches Paper Beautiful Pastel Colors! This Piece Is In Excellent Condition, Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

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PASSAGE AT FALLING WATERS BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 121S: PASSAGE AT FALLING WATERS BY MARTIN GRELLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $3,500 - $4,375

Description: Passage At Falling Waters By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 15 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 32 X 40 Release Date: 1-2014 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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TROUBLED WATERS BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 207S: TROUBLED WATERS BY MARTIN GRELLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $2,200 - $2,750

Description: Troubled Waters By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 150 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 30 X 30 Release Date: 11-2012 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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HUNTER'S MORNING BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 246S: HUNTER'S MORNING BY MARTIN GRELLE

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $6,500 - $8,150

Description: Hunter's Morning By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 35 - Giclee On Canvas - Grande Edition Dimensions: 45 X 60 Release Date: 3-2010 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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COWBOY REVIVAL BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 249S: COWBOY REVIVAL BY MARTIN GRELLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $880

Description: Cowboy Revival By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 395 - Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 20 X 30 Release Date: 6-2001 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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PAUL LANDRY - A MAJOR AWARD

Lot 265W: PAUL LANDRY - A MAJOR AWARD

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $240 - $300

Description: Paul Landry - A Major Award - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - - Image Size: 14 5/8"w X 7 1/2"h. Limited Edition Of: 250?.?it?s . . . It?s . . . It?s Indescribably Beautiful! It Reminds Me Of The Fourth Of July!? ? The Old Man Admiring His "major Award" Inspired By Humorist Jean Shepherd?s Tale Of The Holidays In Small Town America, Landry Brought To Life The Magic That Has Made This Film, "a Christmas Story," A Favorite With Fans Of All Ages. Now He Moves In For A Close-up Of The Parkers? Home On Cleveland Street, Focusing On The Old Man?s ?major Award? ? A Garish Lamp In The Shape Of A Woman?s Leg.

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PUPPY LOVE Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

Lot 284X: PUPPY LOVE Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $312

Description: PUPPY LOVE Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN Print Size21-3/4 x 13-1/2 Edition Size:450

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TENDER LOVING CARE Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

Lot 372X: TENDER LOVING CARE Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $187

Description: TENDER LOVING CARE Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN Print Size10-1/8 x 10 Edition Size:1500

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REVERENCE BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 419S: REVERENCE BY MARTIN GRELLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $3,000 - $3,750

Description: Reverence By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 150 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 32 X 40 Release Date: 3-2013 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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PAUL LANDRY - A CHRISTMAS STORY

Lot 436W: PAUL LANDRY - A CHRISTMAS STORY

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $340 - $425

Description: Paul Landry - A Christmas Story - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - - Image Size: 32"w X 14 1/8"h. Limited Edition Of: 550?.everyone?s Favorite Holiday Movie Comes To Life In A New Fine Art Limited Edition! All Ralphie Wants For Christmas Is A Red Ryder 200-shot Carbine-action Model Air Rifle With A Compass In The Stock And This Thing That Tells Time. But Every Adult He Confronts Keeps Telling Him ?you?ll Shoot Your Eye Out!? From Snowsuit Paralysis To The Triple-dog-dare Of The Tongue-on-a-frozen-flagpole To The Old Man?s ?major Award? Burning Brightly In The Front Window, Humorist Jean Shepherd?s Tale Of Christmas With The Family Has Become A Modern Classic. Artist Paul Landry Captured The Magic Of Bedford Falls In "it?s A Wonderful Christmas" And He Has Done The Same With Everyone?s Other Holiday Favorite, "a Christmas Story." Accompanied By A Printed Remarque Featuring The Kids Of "a Christmas Story."

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JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #29

Lot 444T: JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #29

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $140 - $245

Description: This Is A Rare Color Illustration By Jean Gradassi Pulled From Mémoires Du Cardinal Dubois Book. Illustrated On Color By Gradassi, Published In Paris, By Edmond Vairel, Circa 1950. Original Book Was 4 Volumes In-4° In Leaves, Under Covers, Folder And Original Case. Published In 1050 Copies. Paper With Border Measures 10" X 7.5". Image Measures 7" X 5". Beautiful Vibrant Colors With Incredible Detail! Produced On Lana Paper. In Excellent Condition, Comes Unframed. Comes With A Gallery Certificate Of Authenticity

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JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #05

Lot 469T: JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #05

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $140 - $245

Description: This Is A Rare Color Illustration By Jean Gradassi Pulled From Mémoires Du Cardinal Dubois Book. Illustrated On Color By Gradassi, Published In Paris, By Edmond Vairel, Circa 1950. Original Book Was 4 Volumes In-4° In Leaves, Under Covers, Folder And Original Case. Published In 1050 Copies. Paper With Border Measures 10" X 7.5". Image Measures 7" X 5". Beautiful Vibrant Colors With Incredible Detail! Produced On Lana Paper. In Excellent Condition, Comes Unframed. Comes With A Gallery Certificate Of Authenticity

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TOGETHERNESS Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

Lot 472X: TOGETHERNESS Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $220 - $275

Description: TOGETHERNESS Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN Print Size9 x 20 Edition Size:950

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COMFORTS OF HOME BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 546S: COMFORTS OF HOME BY JIM HANSEL

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $990 - $1,240

Description: Comforts Of Home By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 248 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 24 X 36 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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LEONOR FINI 1980 LITHOGRAPH BODY TRANSFORMATION FANTASY PLATE SIGNED EMBRACE

Lot 662T: LEONOR FINI 1980 LITHOGRAPH BODY TRANSFORMATION FANTASY PLATE SIGNED EMBRACE

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $270 - $480

Description: This Is An Original Lithograph By Leonor Fini Titled "body Transformation Fantasy - The Embrace". This Subject Is Signed In The Block Which Means That It Has A Plate Signing Of Fini's Original Signature On It. This Print Was Published On April 21, 1980 By The Press Of Jean Genoud Sa, At Lausanne. Measures 17" X 14". In Excellent Condition. Comes With A Gallery Certificate Of Authenticity

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JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #27

Lot 700T: JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #27

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $140 - $245

Description: This Is A Rare Color Illustration By Jean Gradassi Pulled From Mémoires Du Cardinal Dubois Book. Illustrated On Color By Gradassi, Published In Paris, By Edmond Vairel, Circa 1950. Original Book Was 4 Volumes In-4° In Leaves, Under Covers, Folder And Original Case. Published In 1050 Copies. Paper With Border Measures 10" X 7.5". Image Measures 7" X 5". Beautiful Vibrant Colors With Incredible Detail! Produced On Lana Paper. In Excellent Condition, Comes Unframed. Comes With A Gallery Certificate Of Authenticity

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COMFORTS OF HOME BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 708S: COMFORTS OF HOME BY JIM HANSEL

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Comforts Of Home By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 25 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 24 X 36 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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JOE ORIOLO FELIX THE CAT ANIMATION SERICEL

Lot 783T: JOE ORIOLO FELIX THE CAT ANIMATION SERICEL

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $220 - $390

Description: This Is A Limited Edition Sericel Of Felix The Cat From The Original Art Of Joe Oriolo. This Fantastic Animation Features Felix The Cat As He Appeared In The 1970's Cartoons. This Cel Measures 11 By 14 Inches, Comes Unframed, In Excellent Condition. This Piece Bears An Authentication Seal From Joe Oriolo And Felix The Cat Enterprises. This Fine Art Cel Is A Great Collectible For Any Cartoon Enthusiast.

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MORGAN WEISTLING - THE DANCE

Lot 892W: MORGAN WEISTLING - THE DANCE

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $2,760 - $3,450

Description: Morgan Weistling - The Dance - Hand Signed - Canvas Edition -image Size: 40"w X 32"h. Limited Edition Of: 30?.most Of Artist Morgan Weistling?s Art Depicts Scenes From The Mid-to Late-1800s Rural American Life, A Time Of The Settling And Defining Values Of Our Country. It?s A Not Too Distant Past That Is Recognizable, But Just Barely. In 2001, "the Dance" Made Weistling The Youngest Person Ever To Win The Prix De West Award - He Also Won The Nona Jean Hulsey Buyers? Choice Award - From The National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Where It Is Now In The Museum?s Permanent Collection. Morgan?s Daughter, Brittany, Posed For This Painting When She Was Five Years Old. ?looking Back On This Painting 10 Years Later, I Can Still Feel The Music And Remember The Inspiration That Stirred This Idea,? Says Morgan. ?brittany And I Were Visiting A Cowboy Poetry And Music Festival And At One Point She Began To Dance To Some Musicians Much Like In The Painting. I Later Re-created That Scene In My Studio. I Will Always Cherish The Memories Of Brittany And I Dancing Together As The Musicians Played For Us.? This Darling Slip Of A Girl With A White Apron Dances On Wooden Floorboards Worn Smooth Enough To Twirl Barefoot. We Can Almost Feel The Vibration Of The Music Ourselves As The Men Lean Into The Rhythm And The Expression Of The Music In Her Dance Step. It?s Been A Long Week Of Hard Labor But Tonight That Melts Away In A Spirit Of Shared Music And Joy.

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PASSING THROUGH BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 899S: PASSING THROUGH BY JIM HANSEL

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Passing Through By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 50 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 18 X 36 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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TWO FOR TEA Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

Lot 1083X: TWO FOR TEA Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $190 - $237

Description: TWO FOR TEA Paper Signed and Numbered - MONTI JEAN Print Size12-1/4 x 16-3/8 Edition Size:950

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COMFORTS OF HOME BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 1113S: COMFORTS OF HOME BY JIM HANSEL

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $450 - $570

Description: Comforts Of Home By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 248 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 16 X 24 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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JOHN WEISS - THE GIFT

Lot 1140W: JOHN WEISS - THE GIFT

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $380 - $475

Description: John Weiss - The Gift - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - - Image Size: 20"w X 15"h. Limited Edition Of: 450?."bad Things Do Happen; How I Respond To Them Defines My Character And The Quality Of My Life. I Can Choose To Sit In Sadness . . . Or I Can Choose To Rise From The Pain And Treasure The Most Precious Gift I Have - Life Itself." Walter Anderson With The Gift Of Life, It Becomes Possible For All Else To Fall Into Place. Each Of Us Gets To Decide What We Do With Our Lives, What We Use It For And How It Suits Us Best. Cancer Patients And Survivors Know Just How Quickly This Gift Can Slip Away And How Precious Another Tomorrow Can Be. Lori And John Weiss Appreciate "the Gift" First-hand. Through The Grace Of God, Personal Determination And The Discovery, Diagnosis And Treatment Of Her Breast Cancer At A Facility Like The Jean B And Milton N Cooper Cancer Center In Akron Oh, Lori Can Count Herself Among The Ever Growing Number Of Strong, Joyful And Appreciative Women Whose Gift Of Life Has Been Renewed. ?'the Gift' Celebrates The Purpose And Promise Of Cancer Treatment And Recovery - The Opportunity To Enjoy The Gifts Of Life, Hope, Family, Friendship And Another Tomorrow,? John Weiss Says. "this Journey Is One Full Of Anxiety And Fear, But When You To Have Faith In Your Strength To Take It On, To Face Down The Storm, You Will Realize That There Is A Bright Horizon And New Shoreline On Other Side." ?the Symbolism Of Three Generations In This Family Together At The Shore Is Not Only To Show That This Is Something That Affects Everyone, But Also To Relate That With Early Diagnosis And Treatment, There Is Every Opportunity To Have A Full And Complete Life. I Want People To Know That Together We Are Beating Cancer.? John Weiss Created "the Gift" To Support The Summa Foundation, Which Helps Support The Cooper Cancer Center, Where Lori Received Her Care And Treatment. Support From A Project Such As This Is Crucial To The Future Of Health And Cancer Care. It Allows The Pursuit Of Innovative Medical Research That Leads To Life Saving Technologies. Through The Years, Funds Raised By The Foundation Have Supported Research, Physician And Nursing Education, Medical Equipment, Patient Education Programs And So Much More.

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LEONOR FINI 1980 LITHOGRAPH BODY TRANSFORMATION FANTASY PLATE SIGNED DEMON

Lot 1269T: LEONOR FINI 1980 LITHOGRAPH BODY TRANSFORMATION FANTASY PLATE SIGNED DEMON

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $270 - $480

Description: This Is An Original Lithograph By Leonor Fini Titled "body Transformation Fantasy - Demon". This Subject Is Signed In The Block Which Means That It Has A Plate Signing Of Fini's Original Signature On It. This Print Was Published On April 21, 1980 By The Press Of Jean Genoud Sa, At Lausanne. Measures 17" X 14". In Excellent Condition. Comes With A Gallery Certificate Of Authenticity

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COMPLETE SERENITY BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 1410S: COMPLETE SERENITY BY JIM HANSEL

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $450 - $570

Description: Complete Serenity By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 480 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 12 X 24 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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JEAN FERNAND SOLEIL LEVANT V HAND SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

Lot 1411T: JEAN FERNAND SOLEIL LEVANT V HAND SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $140 - $245

Description: This Is A Lithograph By Jean Fernand Titled "soleil Levant V" From The Impression Suite. This Piece Is Pencil Hand Signed By Fernand And Is Pencil Marked Ea As A Rare Artist Proof. This Lithograph Measures 11" X 8.5", Image Measures 8.75" X 6". Made On Thick Quality Arches Paper Beautiful Pastel Colors! This Piece Is In Excellent Condition, Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

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JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #02

Lot 1422T: JEAN GRADASSI MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DUBOIS 1950 COLOR ILLUSTRATION LIMITED EDITION #02

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July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $140 - $245

Description: This Is A Rare Color Illustration By Jean Gradassi Pulled From Mémoires Du Cardinal Dubois Book. Illustrated On Color By Gradassi, Published In Paris, By Edmond Vairel, Circa 1950. Original Book Was 4 Volumes In-4° In Leaves, Under Covers, Folder And Original Case. Published In 1050 Copies. Paper With Border Measures 10" X 7.5". Image Measures 7" X 5". Beautiful Vibrant Colors With Incredible Detail! Produced On Lana Paper. In Excellent Condition, Comes Unframed. Comes With A Gallery Certificate Of Authenticity

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TWILIGHT FIRE BY JIM HANSEL

Lot 1457S: TWILIGHT FIRE BY JIM HANSEL

by Artistic Holdings Company

July 26, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Twilight Fire By Jim Hansel - Edition Size: 50 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 18 X 36 Release Date: 11-2009 ???.jim Hansel Is A Very Talented Artist Who Has Achieved Success By Overcoming Special Challenges To Create His Beautiful Paintings. At A Young Age, Hansel Demonstrated His Artistic Ability; Throughout His Life, He Never Swayed From His Dream Of Becoming An Artist. As Long As The Artist Can Recall, His Love Of Wildlife And The Outdoors Have Inspired His Work So He May Share His Vision Of Nature?s Wonders. The World Hansel Paints Is Not Always The World He Sees. At The Age Of Twelve, He Was Diagnosed With A Degenerative Eye Condition, Which Has Left Him Legally Blind. Mastering His Visual Limitations, He Has Learned To Create Beautifully-detailed Images With Magnification And Low-vision Aids. Working Only One Or Two Inches Away From The Canvas, Hansel Painstakingly Paints In The Details Of A Work, While Forming In His Mind A Clear Picture Of The Finished Painting. Hansel Also Relies On His Camera To Capture His Ideas And Bring Them Into Focus. He Uses Photographs To Bring The Landscapes And The Wildlife Models Back To His Studio. At This Stage Of Starting A Painting, He Enlarges The Photographs, If Necessary, To See Them More Clearly. Amazingly, The Artist Then Gazes Through His Glasses And Commences His First Brush Strokes As His Painting Comes To Life A Few Square Inches At A Time. Hansel?s Visual Challenges Require Him To Spend More Time On A Painting Adding His Details Than Many Artists?.sometimes Working Four Months On A Single Canvas. Hansel Wants His Artwork To Be Judged On Its Own Merit, Not On The Basis Of An Artist With A Visual Impairment. This Determination And Being Blessed With A Talent To Create His Outstanding Images Have Brought Him National Recognition. Since His First Print Release In 1987, He Has Produced Nearly 100 Limited Editions, And Many Have Sold Out. The Artist?s Attention To Detail And Distinctive, Colorful Landscapes Are Very Popular With Art Collectors Nationwide. Hansel Credits His Wife, Lois, His Most Ardent Supporter, With Much Of The Success Of His Art. Since Their Marriage, Lois Has Been Involved In The Production Of The Artist?s Prints To Ensure The Highest Possible Quality. Their Family Also Includes Two Children, Joe And Laura. Hansel Has Received National Recognition And Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. He Has Been Commissioned To Create Several Paintings For Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, And The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. His Limited Edition Prints Are Successful Fundraisers For Various Conservation Organizations. Hansel Also Has Been Honored With Many Other Awards Throughout His Career. Jim Hansel?s Art And His Success Are Living Testimony To The Rewards Of Hard Work And Perseverance Regardless Of Life?s Challenges.

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