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    • Alphonse Mucha LESLIE CARTER Color lithograph, 1908
      Oct. 18, 2016

      Alphonse Mucha LESLIE CARTER Color lithograph, 1908

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Alphonse Mucha LESLIE CARTER (R./W. 94) Color lithograph, 1908, on two joined sheets laid on linen, printed by The Strobridge Lithographic Co., Cincinnati and New York, the full sheet, framed. Sheet 83 1/4 x 31 inches; 2115 x 787 mm. C 

      Doyle New York
    • Leslie Carter XIX-XX Pair of pastels 'A Watermill
      Feb. 10, 2012

      Leslie Carter XIX-XX Pair of pastels 'A Watermill

      Est: £50 - £80

      Leslie Carter XIX-XX Pair of pastels 'A Watermill on the Rother (Littleworth, Sussex)' and another Both signed lower left in pencil ,one ascribed verso 10 x 14" (Both)

      Claydon Auctioneers
      Dec. 11, 2010


      Est: Kč160,000 - Kč224,000

      Lithograph on paper.Signed, dated 1908. LESLIE CARTER Litografie na papíře.Signováno, datace 1908.

      Arcimboldo Auctions
    • Leslie Carter.
      Nov. 09, 2008

      Leslie Carter.

      Est: $12,000 - $15,000

      Leslie Carter. ALPHONSE MUCHA (1860-1939) Strobridge Litho., Cincinnati, OH Cond A-/Slight tears and creases at edges. Framed. Among the oddest and least lucrative projects Mucha became involved with in the United States was the production of a play named 'Kassa' by Mrs. Leslie Carter. He contributed stage, costume and scenery design, as well as the poster, to a vanity project by a flamboyant personality who aspired to be a great actress: the former Caroline Dudley of Kentucky who made her fortune by marrying and divorcing millionaire Leslie Carter (Lendl/Paris, p. 109). "Kassa, a Hungarian virgin ready to enter a convent, was seduced by Prince Bela, who a year later left her with a child. Kassa became insane and entered a convent, thinking that only a single day had passed. According to Jiri Mucha, his father made 250 designs for the project, but since the play was a failure and Carter went bankrupt, neither he nor Long, the author, received an honorarium" (Mucha/Art Nouveau, p. 174). The play flopped: the poster endures. 1908 30 1/8 x 81 1/2 in./76.5 x 207 cm

      Poster Auctions International Inc
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