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Alice Asmar Hand Embellished Limited Edition The Embrace

Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000

Description: Alice Asmar Hand Embellished Limited Edition The Embrace on canvas. 30 in the edition. Hand signed by the artist. Approx 20x40 inches. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Condition Report: This is in mint condition Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Cavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country.

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Alice Asmar

Estimate: $500 - $800

Description: "Shalako Dancers" by Alice Asmar, serigraph signed and numbered in pencil, 54/90

Condition Report: good

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Estimate: $350 - $800

Description: A very beautiful, detailed and hard-to-find serigraph on heavy paper; #77 out of only 80 made! Signed, matted and framed. An American contemporary artist of Lebanese and Greek descent, Alice Asmar's art is often inspired by her love of nature, combined with a deep respect for native American culture, her work evolved into Southwestern themes of Indian Ceremonial Dance-Dramas, Indian portraits and landscapes. A master of several media, Asmar is distinguished for her many techniques which include paintings in oil, casein and acrylic, drawing in ink, pencil and pastel, collage, tapestry, books, lithography, etching, engraving on metal on plexiglas, portraits, murals and banners. Her hand engraving of innovative designs for dinner and household wares for Nambe Mills in Santa Fe is also recognized internationally.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Alice Asmar Hand Embellished Limited Edition The Embrace

Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000

Description: Alice Asmar Hand Embellished Limited Edition The Embrace on canvas. 30 in the edition. Hand signed by the artist. Approx 20x40 inches. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Condition Report: This is in mint condition Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Cavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country.

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Alice Asmar (1929-1976) Joy of the Eternal Now;

Estimate: €20 - €30

Description: Alice Asmar (1929-1976) Joy of the Eternal Now; Only the Dreamer Can Choose the Dream Mixed method print, 44 x 72.5cm; 52 x 74cm Each signed, inscribed, numbered and dated (2)

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Alice Asmar Limited Edition Original Owl Tapestry

Estimate: $50,000 - $55,000

Description: Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 40. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar (1929-1976) Iris, Goddess of the

Estimate: €20 - €30

Description: Alice Asmar (1929-1976) Iris, Goddess of the Rainbow Lithograph, 30.5 x 45.5cm Signed, inscribed and numbered 53/100

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Original Lithograph

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Navas Watching the Dance-Cotton Candy by Alice Asmar Limited Edition original lithograph on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar-Ltd Edition- Eagle Dancer-Original lithograph

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Eagle Dancer by Alice Asmar Limited Edition original lithograph on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Gene Autrey, Truman Capote and Bill Stevens collect Asmar. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: "Zuni Rain Dancers" by Alice Asmar, lithograph signed and numbered in pencil, A/P of 22.

Condition Report: good

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition- Eagle Dancer-Original Lithograph

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Eagle Dancer by Alice Asmar Limited Edition original lithograph on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

Condition Report: excellent

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Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat

Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: Calico Cat by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

Condition Report: excellent

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Original Lithograph- Brownie & Apache from Pecos

Estimate: $6,000 - $7,000

Description: Brownie & Apache from Pecos by Alice Asmar Limited Edition original lithograph on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Cavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

Condition Report: excellent

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No Image Available

Estimate: $440 - $770

Description: You Will Be Bidding On A Hand Signed Serigraph By Alice Asmar Titled "joy Of The Eternal Now". Published In 1980. Beautiful Art Piece On Deluxe Thick Paper. Paper Measures: 22" X 30". Image Measures 18" X 28.5". Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 105. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

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Estimate: $440 - $770

Description: You Will Be Bidding On A Hand Signed Serigraph By Alice Asmar Titled "joy Of The Eternal Now". Published In 1980. Beautiful Art Piece On Deluxe Thick Paper. Paper Measures: 22" X 30". Image Measures 18" X 28.5". Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 105. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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Alice Asmar, Only the dreamers can choose, Lithograph

Estimate: $350 - $450

Description: Artist: Alice Asmar || Title: Only the dreamers can choose || Year: 1980 || Medium: Lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil || Edition: 110 || Size: 22 in. x 30 in. (55.88 cm x 76.2 cm)

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Alice Asmar (1929-1976) Harvest Dancers Mixed

Estimate: €10 - €20

Description: Alice Asmar (1929-1976) Harvest Dancers Mixed method print, 52 x 74cm Signed, inscribed, dated 1980 and numbered 49/100

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Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat

Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000

Description: Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat 30x30 inches. Limited Edition Giclee Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Calico Cat by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar Original Lithograph Man on a Horse

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Alice Asmar Limited Edition Original Lithograph Man on a Horse. Hand signed and numbered by the artist Limited Edition original lithograph on archival paper. Approx. size 24x32 inches.

Condition Report: This is new and in mint condition. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Cavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country.

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Giclee- Queen

Estimate: $7,000 - $8,000

Description: Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Giclee- Queen Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. 30x40 inches.

Condition Report: This is new and in mint condition.Queen of The Night by Alice Asmar Limited Edition Giclee on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 40. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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OIL ON BOARD BY ALICE ASMAR

Estimate: $500 - $800

Description: Titled " The Paris Flee Market". Signed. 13 1/4 in., 4 5/8 in.

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Original Lithograph-Palace

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: Palace of Governors by Alice Asmar Limited Edition original Lithograph on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 24 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmart-Limited Edition Original Lithograph- Queen

Estimate: $7,000 - $8,000

Description: Queen of The Night by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 40. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat

Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: Calico Cat by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Pink Rose by Alice Asmar Limited Edition Giclee

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: Pink Rose by Alice Asmar Limited Edition Giclee. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Custom framed. Includes certificate of authenticity. Custom framed. 36x36

Condition Report: This is new and in mint condition.Excellent condition.Pink Rose by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 36 x 36. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country.

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Estimate: $280 - $360

Description: You Will Be Bidding On A Hand Signed Serigraph By Alice Asmar Titled "Joy Of The Eternal Now". Published In 1980. Beautiful Art Piece On Deluxe Thick Paper. Paper Measures: 22" X 30". Image Measures 18" X 28.5". Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 105. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: A-New

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Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat

Estimate: $5,000 - $6,000

Description: Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat 30x30 inches. Limited Edition Giclee Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Calico Cat by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmart-Limited Edition Original Lithograph- Queen of The Night

Estimate: $7,000 - $8,000

Description: Queen of The Night by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 40. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

Condition Report: excellent

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Giclee- Queen

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Giclee- Queen Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. 30x40 inches.

Condition Report: This is new and in mint condition.Queen of The Night by Alice Asmar Limited Edition Giclee on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 40. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Original Lithograph

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Navas Watching the Dance-Cotton Candy by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30 inches.

Condition Report: Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Alice Asmar-Ltd Edition- Eagle Dancer-Original

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Eagle Dancer by Alice Asmar Limited Edition Original Lithograph on archival watercolor paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30.

Condition Report: This is new and in mint condition. Gene Autrey, Truman Capote and Bill Stevens collect Asmar. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country.

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Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Giclee- Queen

Estimate: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: Alice Asmar-Limited Edition Giclee- Queen Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. 30x40 inches.

Condition Report: This is new and in mint condition.Queen of The Night by Alice Asmar Limited Edition Giclee on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 40. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Estimate: $530 - $930

Description: You Will Be Bidding On A Hand Signed Serigraph By Alice Asmar Titled "taos Corn Dancers". Published In 1980. Beautiful Art Piece On Deluxe Thick Paper. Paper Measures: 22" X 28". Image Measures 18.5" X 22". Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 120. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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Estimate: $2,600 - $2,800

Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Signed by the artist, Approximately 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Plate Signed, Size Approx. 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Plate Signed, Size Approx. 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Description: Lithograph, Plate Signed, Size Approx. 36" x 21" In.

Condition Report: Good

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Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat

Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: Alice Asmar- Limited Edition Giclee-Calico Cat 30x30 inches. Limited Edition Giclee Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Calico Cat by Alice Asmar Limited Edition giclee on archival paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Includes certificate of authenticity. Approx. 30 x 30. Alice Asmar was born in Flint, Michigan of Lebanese and Greek parents. A prodigy, she began winning awards at age six. At age 10, she appeared in the Oregonian front page with her unusual window painting on parchment of the Madonna, Christ child, and angels. At age 12, her complex historical painting of Ccavalcade of America was printed in the Oregon journal. At age 19, she received B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Lewis and Clark college in Portland. She taught French, art and piano at St. Helens Hall. She graduated from university of Washington with a master of fine arts degree. Her thesis was an innovative visual opera, Pelleas and Melisande. Teaching art at Lewis and Clark college. She worked for Boeing aircraft doing top secret engineering drawings in aerodynamics. In early 1960 Asmar traveled to many countries in Europe and the Middle East. Setting up her studio in southern California, she divided her time between teaching, illustrating for Los Angeles Times, engraving for Nambe Mills in New Mexico, creating lithographic editions for publishers in New York. In the 1970s Asmar painted southwestern scenes and ceremonial dances of many... Pueblo, Apache and Navaho Indians. Her lithographs of the Indians are in a permanent collection at the National Museum of American history in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. In 1991, Asmar was chosen for a prestigious honorary membership in the National League of American Pen Women, Washington, D.C. Only 3 such honors are given each year in the country. Excellent Condition.

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Estimate: $340 - $440

Description: You Will Be Bidding On A Hand Signed Serigraph By Alice Asmar Titled "Taos Corn Dancers". Published In 1980. Beautiful Art Piece On Deluxe Thick Paper. Paper Measures: 22" X 28". Image Measures 18.5" X 22". Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 120. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: A-New

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Estimate: $480 - $720

Description: Hand Signed Serigraph By Alice Asmar Titled "Taos Corn Dancers?. Published In 1980. Beautiful Art Piece On Deluxe Thick Paper. Paper Measures: 22? X 28?. Image Measures 18.5? X 22?. Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 120. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: A-New

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Alice Asmar, Shalako Dancers, Lithograph

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Artist: Alice Asmar Title: Shalako DancersYear: 1980Medium: Lithograph, signed in pencilEdition: 75Size: 30 in. x 22 in. (76.2 cm x 55.88 cm)

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