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Painter, Sculptor, Installation Artist, b. 1939 -

Judy Chicago (born Judith Sylvia Cohen; July 20, 1939) is an American feminist artist, art educator,[3] and writer known for her large collaborative art installation pieces about birth and creation images, which examine the role of women in history and culture. During the 1970s, Chicago founded the first feminist art program in the United States at California State University Fresno (formerly Fresno State College) and acted as a catalyst for Feminist art and art education.[4] Her inclusion in hundreds of publications in various areas of the world showcases her influence in the art community. Additionally, many of her books have been published in other countries, making her work more accessible to international readers. Chicago's work incorporates a variety of artistic skills, such as needlework, counterbalanced with labor-intensive skills such as welding and pyrotechnics. Chicago's most well known work is The Dinner Party, which is permanently installed in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. The Dinner Party celebrates the accomplishments of women throughout history and is widely regarded as the first epic feminist artwork. Other notable art projects by Chicago include International Honor Quilt, The Birth Project,[5] Powerplay,[6] and The Holocaust Project.

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        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          May. 12, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Apr. 28, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939)
          Apr. 25, 2024

          Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939)

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939) The Creation, Birth Tear/Tear, Birth Trinity, Guided by the Goddess, and Earth Birth (a group of 5 works from The Birth Project), 1985 screenprints each signed, titled, dated, and numbered 6/75 in pencil or in chalk Each sheet: 30 x 40 inches. Property from a Private Collection Printed by Unified Arts, Albuquerque

          Hindman
        • JUDY CHICAGO (B. 1939) Test Chalice (from The Dinner Party), 1979
          Apr. 17, 2024

          JUDY CHICAGO (B. 1939) Test Chalice (from The Dinner Party), 1979

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          JUDY CHICAGO (B. 1939) Test Chalice (from The Dinner Party), 1979 signed and dated 'Judy Chicago / 1979' (on the underside) glazed ceramic 7 1/4 x 5 5/8 x 5 5/8 in. 18.4 x 14.3 x 14.3 cm.

          Bonhams
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Apr. 07, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Mar. 17, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Feb. 25, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Feb. 04, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Jan. 21, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Jan. 07, 2024

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Dec. 17, 2023

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Nov. 26, 2023

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • JUDY CHICAGO (b. 1939)
          Nov. 19, 2023

          JUDY CHICAGO (b. 1939)

          Est: $400 - $600

          Almost Born Color Lithograph h. 15 w. 22 in. (full sheet) Pencil signed and dated 1983, ed. 62/100, paper with blind stamp overall: 20 x 26-1/2 in. (frame)

          Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC
        • Judy Chicago Mixed Media "Loving Flowers" (1990)
          Nov. 16, 2023

          Judy Chicago Mixed Media "Loving Flowers" (1990)

          Est: $8,000 - $16,000

          Bid with Confidence - Trust the Artemis Advantage: - 25+ years’ experience selling ancient and ethnographic art - Ancient items have been legally acquired, and are legal to sell - Accurate descriptions, accurate images, no hidden reserves - Artemis has its own Testing Lab on-site to ensure authenticity. Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939). "Loving Flowers" mixed media, 1990. Signed and dated at lower right. A beautiful mixed media piece by the legendary Judy Chicago titled "Loving Flowers" from the series "Reverence for Life". The composition features a nude woman kneeling in a garden and gazing upon a single floral blossom held in her hands. All is rendered with shades of red, green, and white in a lyrical manner. At the bottom of the composition is the inscription "Reverence for the Loving Flowers". The work is float-mounted on a backing of pressed dried leaves and wood, behind glass, in a custom wood frame. Size (figural image): 14.75" L x 10.75" W (37.5 cm x 27.3 cm) Size (sight view): 21.25" L x 17.625" W (54 cm x 44.8 cm) Size (frame): 22.7" L x 19" W (57.7 cm x 48.3 cm) About the Artist: Judy Chicago is a pioneer of Feminist art as well as art education through her program for women at California State University, Fresno. She is best known for her monumental multimedia project titled "The Dinner Party" (1974) which has been seen by more than one million viewers in sixteen exhibitions throughout the world. Amng her numerous honors, Time Magazine included Chicago in their "100 Most Influential People" in 2018. That same year, she was named one of Artsy Magazine's "Most Influential Artists." In 2019, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago honored Chicago with the Visionary Woman award, and she was an honoree at the Hammer Museum gala in Los Angeles. In addition, the Museum of Arts and Design honored Chicago at their annual MAD Ball in 2020, and her first retrospective opened in August 2021 at the de Young Museum in San Francisco where she was also honored at the De Young's annual gala. Chicago's art is held in the permanent collections of the British Museum, Moderna Museet (Stockholm), Tate Modern (London), Muzeum Susch (Switzerland), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Whitney Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Hammer Museum, Getty Trust and Getty Research Institute, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The National Museum of Women in the Arts has worked with Chicago since 2000, has organized four exhibitions, and has published the monograph "Judy Chicago: New Views" (2019). NMWA is also the repository for Chicago's Visual Archives and a partner in the Judy Chicago Research Portal project. "For over five decades, Chicago has remained steadfast in her commitment to the power of art as a vehicle for intellectual transformation and social change and to women’s right to engage in the highest level of art production. As a result, she has become a symbol for people everywhere, known and respected as an artist, writer, teacher, feminist and humanist whose work and life are models for an enlarged definition of art, an expanded role for the artist, and women’s right to freedom of expression." (source: Biography on Judy Chicago website) Provenance: private Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA collection, acquired in the mid-1990s All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. IMPORTANT EXCEPTION We are currently unable to ship to Australia, Germany or Switzerland due to customs regulations. #181934

          Artemis Gallery
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Nov. 12, 2023

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Oct. 29, 2023

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Oct. 15, 2023

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party"

          Est: $40 - $50

          Judy Chicago - "The Dinner Party", Small creases on the left side of print, otherwise good condition, 28.5 x 22.5

          Bruce Teleky Inc.
        • CHICAGO, Judy (American, b. 1939) Birth Hood. 2015. Offset ...
          Jun. 28, 2023

          CHICAGO, Judy (American, b. 1939) Birth Hood. 2015. Offset ...

          Est: $400 - $600

          CHICAGO, Judy (American, b. 1939) Birth Hood. 2015. Offset glossy color lithograph on paper. Signed and titled lower edge. 19 ¼ x 19 ¼”. Frame: 24 ½ x 24 ½”. Multidisciplinary artist Judy Chicago helped pioneer the feminist art movement in the 1960s and ’70s; for decades, she has made work that celebrates the multiplicity of female identity. Birth Hood is a set of four spray-painted Chevrolet Corvair car hoods created in 1965/2011. This print is based on one of the original painted car hoods. Her most famous work, an installation called The Dinner Party (1974–79), is an homage to 39 influential female figures from Eastern and Western mythology and civilization. Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Tate, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Not examined out of frame. Overall good condition.

          Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
        • Judy Chicago, Elizabeth R. plates (from The Dinner Party), set of four
          Mar. 30, 2023

          Judy Chicago, Elizabeth R. plates (from The Dinner Party), set of four

          Est: $4,000 - $5,000

          Judy Chicago Elizabeth R. plates (from The Dinner Party), set of four Prospect NY USA, 1974-79 / 2018 glazed porcelain 10.75 dia in (27 cm) Signed to verso of each example 'Judy Chicago' with transfer printed manufacturer's mark 'Prospect New York © Judy Chicago ®2018 Elizabeth R 1533-1605 England'. These examples are numbers 65, 66, 67, and 71 from the edition of 150 produced by Prospect NY, New York. Provenance: Private Collection, New York | Private Collection This work will ship from Rago in Lambertville, New Jersey.

          Wright
        • Judy Chicago, Sappho plates (from The Dinner Party), set of four
          Mar. 30, 2023

          Judy Chicago, Sappho plates (from The Dinner Party), set of four

          Est: $4,000 - $5,000

          Judy Chicago Sappho plates (from The Dinner Party), set of four Prospect NY USA, 1974-79 / 2018 glazed porcelain 7.5 dia in (19 cm) Signed to verso of each example 'Judy Chicago' with transfer printed manufacturer's mark 'Prospect New York © Judy Chicago ®2018 Sappho B. 612 B.C., Greece'. These examples are numbers 61, 62, 64 and 71 from the edition of 150 produced by Prospect NY, New York. Provenance: Private Collection, New York | Private Collection This work will ship from Rago in Lambertville, New Jersey.

          Wright
        • Judy Chicago Poster & The Dinner Party Bibliography
          Mar. 18, 2023

          Judy Chicago Poster & The Dinner Party Bibliography

          Est: $50 - $100

          Judy Chicago Poster & The Dinner Party Bibliography. This incredible lot includes a purple, Judy Chicago poster advertisint, The Birth Project, and a copy of, The Dinner Party Bibliography. The Dinner Party Bibliography was assembled by Ann Piper Stewart. Written on the title page is, "Our Heritage Is Our Power." In it there are drawings of each plate for each historically significant woman represented at the Dinner Party. Dimensions of the framed print are 19.5 in h x 28 in w and the dimensions of the book are 8 in h x 11 in w. Condition is very good. Some wear on print. Some slight wear on acetate cover of the book. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

          Public Sale Auction House
        • Judy Chicago, Signing the Dinner Party, 2009
          Mar. 16, 2023

          Judy Chicago, Signing the Dinner Party, 2009

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) Signing the Dinner Party, 2009 lithograph, Printer's Proof editioned in graphite lower left: Printer's Proof 2 titled in graphite center: Signing The Dinner Party signed in graphite lower right: Judy Chicago, 2009

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Judy Chicago, Into the Darkness, 2009
          Mar. 16, 2023

          Judy Chicago, Into the Darkness, 2009

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) Into the Darkness, 2009 lithograph, Printer's Proof editioned in graphite lower left: PP II titled in graphite lower center: Into the Darkness signed and dated in graphite lower right: Judy Chicago 2009

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Judy Chicago, (b. 1939), "The Christmas tree is derived from the tree of life," 1979, Screenprint in red and black on cardstock, Image/Sheet: 7" H x 10.25" W
          Feb. 28, 2023

          Judy Chicago, (b. 1939), "The Christmas tree is derived from the tree of life," 1979, Screenprint in red and black on cardstock, Image/Sheet: 7" H x 10.25" W

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) "The Christmas tree is derived from the tree of life," 1979 Screenprint in red and black on cardstock With the printed signature and date in the image, lower left: J. Chicago

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Judy Chicago (1939) Driving the World to Destruction, 1988
          Nov. 06, 2022

          Judy Chicago (1939) Driving the World to Destruction, 1988

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          Judy Chicago (1939) Driving the World to Destruction, 1988 Silkscreen From the numbered edition of 50 Signed, titled, dated, numbered in pencil on recto Printer chop mark on lower center Image: 25 x 35 1/2 inches Framed: 34 1/2 x 44 1/2 inches

          Santa Monica Auctions
        • Judy Chicago, (b. 1939), "Transformation Painting," 1973, Sprayed acrylic and felt-tip pen on unprimed canvas, 40" H x 40" W
          Nov. 01, 2022

          Judy Chicago, (b. 1939), "Transformation Painting," 1973, Sprayed acrylic and felt-tip pen on unprimed canvas, 40" H x 40" W

          Est: $80,000 - $120,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) "Transformation Painting," 1973 Sprayed acrylic and felt-tip pen on unprimed canvas Signed lower left: Judy Chicago; dated lower right: 1973 40" H x 40" W Exhibitions: Los Angeles, The Woman's Building, 1973 San Francisco, Museum of Modern Art, "Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," September 3 - November 21, 1976, no. 244 Washington, National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, "Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," May 20 - September 11, 1977, no. 244 Literature: Henry T. Hopkins et al., "Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era" (San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1977), p.165, fig. 244. Notes: Pioneering feminist artist Judy Chicago's Transformation Painting (1973) is a part of feminist history and history at large: the work was exhibited at the landmark 1973 exhibition "Womanhouse" in Los Angeles, the first-ever feminist exhibition to gain national attention, with a review in TIME magazine among other widely distributed publications, and the building in which the exhibition took place is now a historic-cultural monument. Chicago emerged on the Los Angeles art scene after her completion of UCLA's MFA program in the late 1950s, with strong work that adhered to the au courant, namely the New York Minimalists and the California Light and Space movement. Cowed by the "boys club" mentality of the art world at the time (her encounters with the Ferus Gallery "Cool School" frequently ended in tears) she initially adhered to the "if you can't beat them, join them" adage, attempting to appear more macho by cutting her hair short, wearing boots and smoking cigars. Her work of this period—flashy, spray-painted car hoods using techniques learned at an auto-body school—bolstered this masculine guise. At the same time, the imagery was undeniably feminine, with bold, abstract shapes that could be interpreted as butterflies, vulvas, and other parts of a biological woman's anatomy. Finally disillusioned by the art world's patriarchy, as evidenced by her male colleagues' ascendence to success while her career remained stagnant, Chicago's mind-frame changed to something more like "if you can't beat them, abandon them." Her "Lifesavers" series of this period embrace womanhood, with round shapes made up of various lines, alternately quivering and vibrating. In what Chicago and other feminist artist would later term "central-core" imagery, works like these presented a woman's sexuality as positive and powerful. Playing with perception, light and color, the series was connected to the Light and Space movement dominated by men such as James Turrell, Robert Irwin, Larry Bell and others, but Chicago's shapes and shades went beyond simply the exploration of visual perception to also represent a visualization of sexual pleasure, the female body and its energy. Chicago revealed to the influential art critic and curator Lucy Lippard in an September 1974 Artforum interview: "I called them lifesavers because in a way they did save my life by confronting head-on that issue of what it was to be a woman." Evolving from the imagery first employed in her "Lifesavers" series, Transformation Painting comes at a juncture of fervent feminist and self-actualizing activity in Chicago's life. Like the car hood paintings and the "Lifesavers," the abstract imagery of Transformation Painting allude to the feminine: butterflies, waves of female energy, flora appearing like female sexual organs a la Georgia O'Keeffe. Chicago herself undergone a transformation in the several years prior. In October of 1970, Chicago took out a full page ad in Artforum, renaming herself Judy Chicago—née Gerowitz by marriage; née Cohen by birth—denouncing and divesting from the patriarchy. In that same year, she, along with several other artists, had established the first ever Feminist Art Program, first at California State University and then at the California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts) the year after. Further institutionalizing support and long-term development of feminist activity for posterity was the founding of the Feminist Studio Workshop as part of the Women's Building in 1973, an experimental space where female artists could explore feminist theory and exhibit work. Furthermore, Transformation Painting was created just one year before embarking on her most ambitious and well-known project, The Dinner Party (1974-79). The landmark, multi-media, full room installation, permanently housed and displayed at the Brooklyn Museum since 2007, honors women from mythology and history in the form of a massive, triangular shaped table, elaborately set with hand-embroidered table runners, handmade ceramics and other accessories created by Chicago and hundreds of female workers and volunteers. While The Dinner Party is public facing and collaborative—a visible show of female strength and power not only in its content but in its making—Transformation Painting gives insight into the artist's interiority and frame of mind during this time, her innermost thoughts and vulnerabilities. This excerpt of text that Chicago transcribed in pencil between the rows of imagery is diaristic and revealing: It has taken me almost eleven months to make thirteen paintings. Now, the series is completed and, like always, it's a little like dying. I feel empty and tired yet elated. I also feel bad today because two of my closest friends had a dinner party with a number of women from the female art community, and they didn't invite me. It made me feel hurt and rejected and as if they didn't care about me. Now, I want life to stop for a while so that I can rest and stop struggling. But it won't, and I guess I'll hang in there. Like The Dinner Party, Transformation Painting demonstrates strength as well, albeit in its honesty and vulnerability. It is not unheard of for artist to be unappreciated during their time. The Dinner Party, for example, was derided at the time of its debut by critics as being reductionist and overly didactic, even kitschy or simply bad art. Now, Judy Chicago and The Dinner Party are de rigueur material in art history courses, entering Janson's History of Art in 2006, a tome of required reading. Chicago's first ever museum retrospective was mounted just last year at the DeYoung Museum of San Francisco. Judy Chicago has entered the historical canon and artworks like Transformation Painting show Judy Chicago to not only be on the right side of history, but to have forged the path. Jennifer S. Li

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Judy Chicago, (b. 1939, American), "The Christmas tree is derived from the tree of life," 1979, Screenprint in red and black on cardsto
          Oct. 25, 2022

          Judy Chicago, (b. 1939, American), "The Christmas tree is derived from the tree of life," 1979, Screenprint in red and black on cardsto

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939, American) "The Christmas tree is derived from the tree of life," 1979 Screenprint in red and black on cardstock paper With the printed signature and date in the image, lower left: J. Chicago Image/Sheet: 7" H x 10.25" W Notes: The printed text, verso, reads: I am very busy right now / working on the Dinner Party needlework book, / "Embroidering Our Heritage, / to be published in late / May - if we finish on time. / To facilitate this, I have / not gone gift-shopping / this year. Instead, I owe / you a copy of the book / and wish you a happy holiday!

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Judy Chicago, (b. 1939, American), "Peeling Back," after the "Rejection Quintet" series, 1974, Offset lithograph in colors on paper, Si
          Oct. 25, 2022

          Judy Chicago, (b. 1939, American), "Peeling Back," after the "Rejection Quintet" series, 1974, Offset lithograph in colors on paper, Si

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939, American) "Peeling Back," after the "Rejection Quintet" series, 1974 Offset lithograph in colors on paper Edition: 29/95 Signed, titled, dated, numbered, and inscribed in pencil in the lower margin: Judy Chicago Sight: 28.5" H x 21.75" W Notes: The pencil inscription by Chicago on this work reads: "For Debbie - With regards & sisterhood" There appear to be a several different editions of this offset lithograph, which is based on the original drawing (with different text) entitled "Female Rejection Drawing," now in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Art. For example, in addition to seeing other numbered impressions from this edition of 95, we have also seen listings for an edition numbered out of 250.

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Judy Chicago (American, b.1939) 'Old' Lithograph and Etching
          Oct. 16, 2022

          Judy Chicago (American, b.1939) 'Old' Lithograph and Etching

          Est: $200 - $300

          Judy Chicago (American, b.1939) 'Old' Lithograph and Etching 2013, pencil signed and dated lower right, titled center, 'Edition of 120' lower left, depicting nude female figure in front numerous lines of text, unframed, including publisher information sheet for this series, hand signed by artist Provenance: having Landfall Press documentation of series information, hand signed by artist and master printer Property from: a Madison, WI estate Category: Fine Art > Prints Estimated Sale Time: 12:20 pm CST Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Sales Tax: California (7.25%), Florida (6%), Georgia (8.5%), Kansas (6.5%), New Jersey (6.625%), New Mexico (5.125%), New York (8.875%), Pennsylvania (6%), Washington (10.5%) Download High Resolution Photographs: Photograph #1 Photograph #2 Photograph #3 Photograph #4 Last modified: September 29, 2022, 2:42 pm

          Leonard Auction
        • Judy Chicago, Man, 1986
          Sep. 24, 2022

          Judy Chicago, Man, 1986

          Est: $15,000 - $25,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) Man, 1986 bas relief bronze, edition 1 of 10 inscribed along edge: [SF foundry mark] 1/10 © Judy Chicago 1986

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Judy Chicago (b 1939) American, Signed Serigraph
          Jul. 23, 2022

          Judy Chicago (b 1939) American, Signed Serigraph

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Titled "Reaching, Uniting, Becoming Free" 1979 serigraph. Edition 100 artist's proof. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Born Judy Cohen in Chicago, Illinois, Chicago attended the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of California. Chicago’s early work was Minimalist; she turned to feminist content in the late 1960s, at which time she changed her last name to Chicago. Judy Chicago is perhaps best known for her iconic 'The Dinner Party' (1974-1979), which celebrates women’s history through place settings designed for 39 important women. The monumental, collaborative project incorporates traditional women’s crafts such as embroidery, needlepoint, and ceramics. Chicago’s work has continued to address themes from women’s lives with The Birth Project and The Holocaust Project. She is a prolific lecturer and writer, and she has taught at Duke and Indiana Universities and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Overall Size: 44 1/2 x 31 1/2 in.

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • Judy Chicago "Reaching / Uniting / Becoming Free," 1979
          May. 15, 2022

          Judy Chicago "Reaching / Uniting / Becoming Free," 1979

          Est: $4,000 - $5,000

          Image: 35.375 x 23.625 inches; Framed: 45.125 x 32.75 inches

          Santa Monica Auctions
        • Judy Chicago, Reaching/Uniting/Becoming Free
          Apr. 29, 2022

          Judy Chicago, Reaching/Uniting/Becoming Free

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Judy Chicago Reaching/Uniting/Becoming Free 1979 screenprint in colors image: 36 h × 24 w in (91 × 61 cm) sheet: 41 h × 28 w in (104 × 71 cm) Signed, titled, dated and inscribed to lower edge 'Reaching/Uniting/Becoming Free Artist's Proof for Brian Judy Chicago 1979'. This work is an artist's proof apart from the edition of 100 created for the 1979 National Women's Political Caucus. This work will ship from Wright in Chicago, Illinois. condition: Upper right quadrant of image shows an area of faint tide marks and ambient discoloration measuring roughly 4 x 2 inches in size. One small area of lesser discoloration near lower left corner. Unframed.

          Los Angeles Modern Auctions
        • Judy Chicago (born 1939); Potent Pussy / Homage to Lamont 3;
          Jan. 11, 2022

          Judy Chicago (born 1939); Potent Pussy / Homage to Lamont 3;

          Est: $500 - $700

          Judy Chicago (born 1939) Potent Pussy / Homage to Lamont 3, 1973 Lithograph, on wove paper, signed in pencil, titled, dated, inscribed 'For Elfie / With affection' and annotated 'Trial Proof' (aside from the edition of 7), with full margins, framed. 6 x 6in (15.2 x 15.2cm) sheet 12 x 12 1/16in (30.5 x 30.5cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Judy Chicago ALMOST BORN Color lithograph
          Jul. 15, 2021

          Judy Chicago ALMOST BORN Color lithograph

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) ALMOST BORN Color lithograph, 1983, on Rives Tan BFK paper, signed, dated, titled and inscribed HGG IV in pencil, printed by Hand Graphics, Sante Fe and with their blindstamp, the full sheet, framed. Sheet 15 1/8 x 22 1/8 inches; 384 x 562 mm. Frame 19 x 26 inches; 483 x 660 mm. C 

          Doyle New York
        • JUDY CHICAGO Red Flag.
          Jun. 10, 2021

          JUDY CHICAGO Red Flag.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          JUDY CHICAGO Red Flag. Photolithograph on wove paper, 1971. 400x505 mm; 15 3/4x19 7/8 inches, full margins. Signed, dated, titled and numbered 16/94 in pencil, lower margin. Printed by the Litho Shop, Santa Monica, with the blind stamps lower right. A very good impression. Ex-collection Harriet Lyons, Portland, Oregon. Red Flag was the first print edition which the artist signed "Judy Chicago." Claiming her own identity, Judy Gerowitz (born 1939) announced that she was changing her married surname in Artforum in October 1970. A controversial image, Red Flag is considered to be the first direct depiction of menstruation in western art.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • Judy Chicago (born 1939); Mary Queen of Scots;
          Jun. 09, 2021

          Judy Chicago (born 1939); Mary Queen of Scots;

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Judy Chicago (born 1939) Mary Queen of Scots, 1973 Lithograph in colors, on wove paper, signed in pencil, titled, dated, and numbered 9/40, with the blindstamp of the publisher, Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, with full margins, framed. 20 3/4 x 20 7/8in (52.7 x 53cm) sheet 25 x 25in (63.5 x 63.5cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Judy Chicago, (American, b. 1939), OLD, 2013, color etching, 17 3/4" x 15 3/4"
          Apr. 22, 2021

          Judy Chicago, (American, b. 1939), OLD, 2013, color etching, 17 3/4" x 15 3/4"

          Est: $100 - $200

          Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939) OLD, 2013 color etching signed, dated, titled and numbered edition of 120 17 3/4" x 15 3/4"

          Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
        • JUDY CHICAGO (AMERICAN, B. 1939)
          Mar. 22, 2021

          JUDY CHICAGO (AMERICAN, B. 1939)

          Est: £200 - £300

          JUDY CHICAGO (AMERICAN, B. 1939) ‘Birth Hood’ 2015 offset lithograph, published by Tate signed and titled in gold marker 50 x 50 cm, framed & glazed

          Chiswick Auctions
        • JUDY CHICAGO Nine Fragments from the Delta of Venus.
          Nov. 19, 2020

          JUDY CHICAGO Nine Fragments from the Delta of Venus.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          JUDY CHICAGO Nine Fragments from the Delta of Venus. Portfolio with complete text and 9 color etchings and aquatints with letterpress on Somerset Satin, 2004. 260x190 mm; 10 1/4x7 5/8 inches (sheets), full margins, loose as issued. Each signed and numbered 23/45 in pencil, lower margin. Numbered 23/45 in pencil on the justification page. Printed by Segura Publishing Company, Mesa, Arizona. Published by Flanders Graphics, Minneapolis. Original heart-shaped satin portfolio case. Very good impressions.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • Judy Chicago, (American, born 1939), From Now On, 1975, lithograph in colors, sheet 29 x 23in (73.5 x 58.5cm); frame 38 x 31 3/4in (80.5cm)
          Nov. 11, 2020

          Judy Chicago, (American, born 1939), From Now On, 1975, lithograph in colors, sheet 29 x 23in (73.5 x 58.5cm); frame 38 x 31 3/4in (80.5cm)

          Est: $400 - $600

          Judy Chicago (American, born 1939) From Now On, 1975 lithograph in colors titled, numbered 39/100, inscribed Words from a poem by Adrienne Rich, and signed Judy Chicago 1975 in lower margin, with blindstamp sheet 29 x 23in (73.5 x 58.5cm); frame 38 x 31 3/4in (80.5cm)

          Andrew Jones Auctions
        • JUDY CHICAGO (b. 1939) Test Chalice (from The Dinner Party), 1979
          Sep. 16, 2020

          JUDY CHICAGO (b. 1939) Test Chalice (from The Dinner Party), 1979

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          JUDY CHICAGO (b. 1939) Test Chalice (from The Dinner Party), 1979 signed and dated 'Judy Chicago / 1979' (on the underside) glazed ceramic 7 1/4 x 5 5/8 x 5 5/8 in. 18.4 x 14.3 x 14.3 cm. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Judy Chicago - Nine Fragments from the Delta of Venus, edition #3/45
          Nov. 21, 2019

          Judy Chicago - Nine Fragments from the Delta of Venus, edition #3/45

          Est: $6,500 - $9,500

          A pioneer of feminist art since the early 1970s, Judy Chicago advocates issues of women's liberation and independence through diverse media including paintings, drawings, sculptures, and collaborative installations. Her iconic work "The Dinner Party" (1974—1979), which is now permanently installed in the Brooklyn Museum of Art's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, is widely regarded as one of the most influential works of feminist art. With Miriam Schapiro, Chicago co-founded the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts—the first program of its kind—and collaborated on the formative installation Womanhouse (1972). More recently, Chicago has expanded upon her efforts in gender politics, focusing on broader social issues. Her work has been exhibited extensively in museums throughout the world.venues such as the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, the New Museum, the Centre Pompidou, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Jewish Museum in New York.

          TC Art Auctions
        • JUDY CHICAGO Old.
          Nov. 21, 2019

          JUDY CHICAGO Old.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          JUDY CHICAGO Old. Lithograph and etching on Chine collé on Rives BFK, 2013. 450x395 mm; 17 3/4x15 3/4 inches, full margins. Edition of 120. Signed, titled, dated and inscribed "edition of 120" in pencil, lower margin. Printed by Landfall Press, Santa Fe. Published by the Madison Print Club, Wisconsin. A very good impression.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • JUDY CHICAGO | Study for Fresno Fan
          May. 17, 2019

          JUDY CHICAGO | Study for Fresno Fan

          Est: $40,000 - $60,000

          colored pencil on board

          Sotheby's
        • JUDY CHICAGO | Eight
          Mar. 01, 2019

          JUDY CHICAGO | Eight

          Est: $9,000 - $12,000

          gouache on paper

          Sotheby's
        • JUDY CHICAGO (B. 1939) UNTITLED (THREE CIRCLES) SPRAYED ACRYLIC LACQUER ON ACRYL
          May. 24, 2018

          JUDY CHICAGO (B. 1939) UNTITLED (THREE CIRCLES) SPRAYED ACRYLIC LACQUER ON ACRYL

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Judy Chicago (b. 1939) Untitled (Three circles) Sprayed acrylic lacquer on acrylic 15 x 15 inches (38.1 x 38.1 cm) PROVENANCE: The artist; George Whenham, Pasadena, California, acquired from the above circa 1970; Private collection, acquired from the above. HID04901242017

          Heritage Auctions
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