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b. 1891 - d. 1980

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          • Henry Miller Modernist Abstract Watercolor Painting, 1947
            Mar. 02, 2024

            Henry Miller Modernist Abstract Watercolor Painting, 1947

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            Henry Miller Modernist Abstract Watercolor Painting. Vibrant abstract composition in watercolor and gouache on paper, with a human figure, by writer and artist Henry Miller ( American 1891-1980.) Signed and dated by the artist in pencil lower right and in a simple silver gilt frame. Henry Miller, best known for his writings, including Tropic of Cancer, Black Spring, etc, was also an artist creating abstract paintings drawn from his subconscious. He rarely sold his work, instead gifting it to friends. Dimensions are 20 in h x 13.5 in w x 1 in d. Condition is good with surface wear to frame. Please call or email for a detailed condition report. Thank you for bidding with Public Sale Auction House! Our in-person pick-up schedule is Monday - Friday, 10AM - 5PM, and Saturday 10AM - 2PM for 2 weeks following each auction. We do not provide in-house shipping. Winning bidders may request a shipping quote from our list or recommended carriers. Please visit our website publicsale.com for more information. All items must be picked up within the 2-week pickup window. Items not collected within 2 weeks will incur a $10/day storage fee and can be discarded or re-sold after 1 month. If you or your shipper is unable to collect your item(s) within two weeks, please contact us.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980)
            Jan. 27, 2024

            HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980)

            Est: $100 - $200

            HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980) Print # 8 from 'Insomnia' (The Devil at Large) Portfolio, 1966 color lithograph on paper 56 x 44 cm (22 x 17 3/8 in.) unframed signed, numbered dated and titled CONDITION The print is in very good condition. No visible issues to report. N.B. All lots are sold in as-is condition at the time of sale. Please note that any condition statement regarding works of art is given as a courtesy to our clients in order to assist them in assessing the condition. The report is a genuine opinion held by Shapiro Auctions and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report or a photograph does not preclude the absence of defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. Shapiro Auctions, LLC., including its consultants and agents, shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

            Shapiro Auctions LLC
          • HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980)
            Jan. 27, 2024

            HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980)

            Est: $100 - $200

            HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980) Print # 7 from 'Insomnia' (The Devil at Large) Portfolio, 1966 color lithograph on paper 43 x 56 cm (16 7/8 x 22 in.) unframed signed, numbered dated and titled CONDITION The print is in very good condition. No visible issues to report. N.B. All lots are sold in as-is condition at the time of sale. Please note that any condition statement regarding works of art is given as a courtesy to our clients in order to assist them in assessing the condition. The report is a genuine opinion held by Shapiro Auctions and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report or a photograph does not preclude the absence of defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. Shapiro Auctions, LLC., including its consultants and agents, shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

            Shapiro Auctions LLC
          • Henry Miller (1891-1980) Twelve letters signed (‘Henry Miller’ or ‘Henry V
            Dec. 15, 2023

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Twelve letters signed (‘Henry Miller’ or ‘Henry V

            Est: £1,500 - £2,000

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Twelve letters signed (‘Henry Miller’ or ‘Henry V....

            Christie's
          • Henry Miller (1891-1980) Series of 38 autograph and typed letters, all but
            Dec. 15, 2023

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Series of 38 autograph and typed letters, all but

            Est: £5,000 - £8,000

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Series of 38 autograph and typed letters, all but one signed (‘Henry...

            Christie's
          • Henry Miller (1891-1980) Autograph correspondence and typed drafts with ma
            Dec. 15, 2023

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Autograph correspondence and typed drafts with ma

            Est: £5,000 - £7,000

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Autograph correspondence and typed drafts with manuscript corrections, [late...

            Christie's
          • HENRY MILLER SELF-PORTRAIT PAINTING
            Dec. 14, 2023

            HENRY MILLER SELF-PORTRAIT PAINTING

            Est: $15,000 - $20,000

            Henry Miller's Original Watercolor Painting Self Portrait Portrait for Brenda Watercolor on paper 1977 Signed and dated lower right Inscribed lower left: For Brenda, Happy Birthday 11/10/77 23 x 27 inches (sight) Framed: 31.25 x 25 inches “I have always cherished old things, used things, things marked by the passage of time and human events. I think of my own self this way, as something much handled, much knocked about, as worn and polished with use and abuse. As something serviceable, perhaps I should say. More serviceable for having had so many masters, so many wretched, glorious, haphazard experiences and encounters. Which explains, perhaps, why it is that when I start to do a head it always turns into a 'self-portrait.'” - From Henry Miller’s 1960 book, “To Paint Is to Love Again,” in which the author ruminates on painters and paintings, and recounts how his love for art evolved into his love of painting. Although best known as an author of such norm-shattering books as Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, Henry Miller was also an avid watercolorist. Miller had always loved art and began painting in the late 1920’s, after being inspired by J.M.W. Turner prints exhibited in the window of a Brooklyn store. Although Miller could not draw well, he made up for it with is use of color and his sense of composition. In his art, as in his writing, Miller painted from his sub-conscious, drawing on the same mixture of surrealism and dreams that also punctuated his novels. His watercolors exhibited, in varying degrees, the influence of European Modernism, Surrealism, Dada, and Expressionism. Miller produced numerous watercolors during his life, continuing to paint through his last years (as evidenced by references to this in his letters to Brenda Venus, offered as Lot 44 of this auction), but sold very few. In his lean years in New York and Paris, Miller used his paintings for barter, trading them for paint supplies, coffee, and food. Later on, he gave away the majority of his paintings to friends and fans around the world. Miller’s watercolors have been exhibited at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; and Henry Miller Museum of Art in Ōmachi City, Nagano, Japan, as well as galleries in London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles, and Uppsala, Sweden. A buyer of an item offered for sale does not acquire any copyright, commercial right, or similar right whatsoever to the items or the images or the likenesses and the buyer may not reproduce any item purchased without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

            Guernsey's
          • HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING
            Dec. 14, 2023

            HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            Original Watercolor and Mixed Media Composition by Henry Miller Untitled Watercolor and mixed media on paper 1971 Signed and dated lower right 19.5 x 15 inches Framed: 24 x 20 inches “The watercolor has affinities with the sonnet, or the haiku, rather than the jeremiad. It captures the flux and essence, the flavor and perfume, rather than the substance. Ambience, that is what the watercolor renders par excellence.” - From Henry Miller’s 1960 book, “To Paint Is to Love Again,” in which the author ruminates on painters and paintings, and recounts how his love for art evolved into his love of painting. Although best known as an author of such norm-shattering books as Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, Henry Miller was also an avid watercolorist. Miller had always loved art and began painting in the late 1920’s, after being inspired by J.M.W. Turner prints exhibited in the window of a Brooklyn store. Although Miller could not draw well, he made up for it with is use of color and his sense of composition. In his art, as in his writing, Miller painted from his sub-conscious, drawing on the same mixture of surrealism and dreams that also punctuated his novels. His watercolors exhibited, in varying degrees, the influence of European Modernism, Surrealism, Dada, and Expressionism. Miller produced numerous watercolors during his life, continuing to paint through his last years (as evidenced by references to this in his letters to Brenda Venus, offered as Lot 44 of this auction), but sold very few. In his lean years in New York and Paris, Miller used his paintings for barter, trading them for paint supplies, coffee, and food. Later on, he gave away the majority of his paintings to friends and fans around the world. Miller’s watercolors have been exhibited at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; and Henry Miller Museum of Art in Ōmachi City, Nagano, Japan, as well as galleries in London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles, and Uppsala, Sweden. A buyer of an item offered for sale does not acquire any copyright, commercial right, or similar right whatsoever to the items or the images or the likenesses and the buyer may not reproduce any item purchased without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

            Guernsey's
          • HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING
            Dec. 14, 2023

            HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING

            Est: $7,000 - $9,000

            Original Watercolor Painting of a Female Nude by Henry Miller Portrait of Brenda Watercolor on paper 1979 Signed and dated lower right 17 x 12 inches Framed: 24 x 28 inches “To paint is to love again. It’s only when we look with the eyes of love that we see as the painter sees. . . To see is not merely to look. One must look-see. See into and around.” - From Henry Miller’s 1960 book, “To Paint Is to Love Again,” in which the author ruminates on painters and paintings, and recounts how his love for art evolved into his love of painting. Although best known as an author of such norm-shattering books as Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, Henry Miller was also an avid watercolorist. Miller had always loved art and began painting in the late 1920’s, after being inspired by J.M.W. Turner prints exhibited in the window of a Brooklyn store. Although Miller could not draw well, he made up for it with is use of color and his sense of composition. In his art, as in his writing, Miller painted from his sub-conscious, drawing on the same mixture of surrealism and dreams that also punctuated his novels. His watercolors exhibited, in varying degrees, the influence of European Modernism, Surrealism, Dada, and Expressionism. Miller produced numerous watercolors during his life, continuing to paint through his last years (as evidenced by references to this in his letters to Brenda Venus, offered as Lot 44 of this auction), but sold very few. In his lean years in New York and Paris, Miller used his paintings for barter, trading them for paint supplies, coffee, and food. Later on, he gave away the majority of his paintings to friends and fans around the world. Miller’s watercolors have been exhibited at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; and Henry Miller Museum of Art in Ōmachi City, Nagano, Japan, as well as galleries in London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles, and Uppsala, Sweden. A buyer of an item offered for sale does not acquire any copyright, commercial right, or similar right whatsoever to the items or the images or the likenesses and the buyer may not reproduce any item purchased without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

            Guernsey's
          • HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING
            Dec. 14, 2023

            HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING

            Est: $7,000 - $9,000

            Original Watercolor Painting of a Female Nude by Henry Miller Untitled Watercolor on paper 1979 Signed and dated lower right 23.375 x 17.37 inches Framed: 30 x 24 inches “To paint is to love again, live again, see again. To get up at the crack of dawn in order to take a peek at the watercolors one did the day before, or even a few hours before, is like stealing a look at the beloved while she sleeps." - From Henry Miller’s 1960 book, “To Paint Is to Love Again,” in which the author ruminates on painters and paintings, and recounts how his love for art evolved into his love of painting. Although best known as an author of such norm-shattering books as Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, Henry Miller was also an avid watercolorist. Miller had always loved art and began painting in the late 1920’s, after being inspired by J.M.W. Turner prints exhibited in the window of a Brooklyn store. Although Miller could not draw well, he made up for it with is use of color and his sense of composition. In his art, as in his writing, Miller painted from his sub-conscious, drawing on the same mixture of surrealism and dreams that also punctuated his novels. His watercolors exhibited, in varying degrees, the influence of European Modernism, Surrealism, Dada, and Expressionism. Miller produced numerous watercolors during his life, continuing to paint through his last years (as evidenced by references to this in his letters to Brenda Venus, offered as Lot 44 of this auction), but sold very few. In his lean years in New York and Paris, Miller used his paintings for barter, trading them for paint supplies, coffee, and food. Later on, he gave away the majority of his paintings to friends and fans around the world. Miller’s watercolors have been exhibited at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; and Henry Miller Museum of Art in Ōmachi City, Nagano, Japan, as well as galleries in London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles, and Uppsala, Sweden. A buyer of an item offered for sale does not acquire any copyright, commercial right, or similar right whatsoever to the items or the images or the likenesses and the buyer may not reproduce any item purchased without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

            Guernsey's
          • HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING
            Dec. 14, 2023

            HENRY MILLER ORIGINAL PAINTING

            Est: $7,000 - $9,000

            Original Watercolor Painting by Henry Miller depicting a Coastal Scene Untitled Watercolor on paper 1978 Signed, dated, inscribed lower right: To Darling Brenda, Henry Miller 1979" 19.75 x 15.75 inches (sight) Framed: 26.75 x 21.25 inches “Have you ever noticed that the stones one gathers at the beach are grateful when we hold them in our hands and caress them? Do they not take on a new expression? An old pot loves to be rubbed with tenderness and appreciation." - From Henry Miller’s 1960 book, “To Paint Is to Love Again,” in which the author ruminates on painters and paintings, and recounts how his love for art evolved into his love of painting. Although best known as an author of such norm-shattering books as Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, Henry Miller was also an avid watercolorist. Miller had always loved art and began painting in the late 1920’s, after being inspired by J.M.W. Turner prints exhibited in the window of a Brooklyn store. Although Miller could not draw well, he made up for it with is use of color and his sense of composition. In his art, as in his writing, Miller painted from his sub-conscious, drawing on the same mixture of surrealism and dreams that also punctuated his novels. His watercolors exhibited, in varying degrees, the influence of European Modernism, Surrealism, Dada, and Expressionism. Miller produced numerous watercolors during his life, continuing to paint through his last years (as evidenced by references to this in his letters to Brenda Venus, offered as Lot 44 of this auction), but sold very few. In his lean years in New York and Paris, Miller used his paintings for barter, trading them for paint supplies, coffee, and food. Later on, he gave away the majority of his paintings to friends and fans around the world. Miller’s watercolors have been exhibited at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; and Henry Miller Museum of Art in Ōmachi City, Nagano, Japan, as well as galleries in London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles, and Uppsala, Sweden. A buyer of an item offered for sale does not acquire any copyright, commercial right, or similar right whatsoever to the items or the images or the likenesses and the buyer may not reproduce any item purchased without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

            Guernsey's
          • HENRY MILLER, JERUSALEM, LITHOGRAPH
            Dec. 14, 2023

            HENRY MILLER, JERUSALEM, LITHOGRAPH

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Henry Miller, American (1891 - 1980) Title: Jerusalem Year: 1991 Medium: Lithograph, stamp signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 121/200 Size: 19 in. x 18 in. (48.26 cm x 45.72 cm)

            RoGallery
          • HENRY MILLER 'COLORFUL STILL LIFE' LITHOGRAPH
            Oct. 13, 2023

            HENRY MILLER 'COLORFUL STILL LIFE' LITHOGRAPH

            Est: $200 - $400

            Henry Valentine Miller (American 1891-1980), 'Colorful Still Life', lithograph, depicting a blue vase and purple flower pot on a yellow table on a bright background, editioned to lower left 3/200, printed signature to lower right outside of plate, in a blue frame. Approximate dimensions: image h. 15.25", w. 12.75"; frame h. 24.25", w. 22", d. 1"

            Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
          • Justin Henry Miller, American (b. 1980), Cluster Fuct!, 2010, oil on panel, 33”H x 27”W x 3”D
            Oct. 07, 2023

            Justin Henry Miller, American (b. 1980), Cluster Fuct!, 2010, oil on panel, 33”H x 27”W x 3”D

            Est: $600 - $900

            Justin Henry Miller American, (b. 1980) Cluster Fuct!, 2010 oil on panel Signed, titled, and dated verso. Biography from WideWalls.Ch: Justin Henry Miller is an American artist, who got his education at Eastern Illinois University, where he graduated in 2002. He received a BA in Art Education, and an MA in painting and drawing in 2003, also at Eastern Illinois University. MFA in painting he received in 2006, at the University of Notre Dame. He is famous for his use of found photographs on which he adds elements.

            Ripley Auctions
          • Artwork Lot
            Sep. 09, 2023

            Artwork Lot

            Est: $50 - $75

            Lot including Charles Russell print on canvas (overall in frame 16 1/2" x 23"), Susan Pennewell Ellis 1979 signed lithograph "Threes Company" (overall in frame 19 1/2" x 24", Henry Miller signed and numbered lithograph with COA "The Joker" (overall in frame 28 1/2" x 22 1/2".

            Copake Auction Inc.
          • HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980)
            Jun. 15, 2023

            HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980)

            Est: $200 - $300

            HENRY MILLER (AMERICAN 1891-1980) Print # 7 from 'Insomnia' (The Devil at Large)†Portfolio, 1966 color lithograph on paper 43 x 56 cm (16 7/8 x 22 in.) unframed Signed, numbered dated and titled

            Shapiro Auctions LLC
          • ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY V. MILLER TEMPERA ON PAPER
            May. 02, 2023

            ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY V. MILLER TEMPERA ON PAPER

            Est: $200 - $300

            ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY V. MILLER (California, 1891-1980) tempera on paper, "A la Ronault," a portrait. Signed and titled center left, dated 1949, 12.5" x 8.75" (opening), 19" x 15.5" (frame).

            O'Gallerie
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF PRINTS AND BOOK COVER, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,
            Nov. 12, 2022

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF PRINTS AND BOOK COVER, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,

            Est: $300 - $500

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF PRINTS AND BOOK COVER, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947, serigraphs on paper, rice paper and cloth, fifty-three unbound paper pages with serigraph text reproducing Henry Miller's manuscript, the original text an excerpt from Black Spring used in Into the Nightlife, serigraph and illustrations by Bezalel Schatz, accompanied by one rice paper sheet serigraph in blue and red ink, signed in plate, and a blue cloth board cover with felt applique, all unbound, the present published independently by the artists in an original edition of 800; cover: 26 1/2" x 16 1/2", sheets: 20" x 13", rice paper: 15 1/4" x 13".

            Houston Auction Company
          • HENRY VALENTINE MILLER (1891 - 1980): ANA ENTE SAVA-SAVA
            Oct. 27, 2022

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER (1891 - 1980): ANA ENTE SAVA-SAVA

            Est: $200 - $300

            watercolor, matted and framed under acrylic; signed and dated 8 / 60 lower right; Provenance: The Jerry Magnin Family Office; 14 x 10 1/2 inches sight; 22 x 18 1/2 inches frame

            Abell Auction
          • Henry Miller, Jerusalem, Lithograph
            Oct. 15, 2022

            Henry Miller, Jerusalem, Lithograph

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Henry Miller, American (1891 - 1980) Title: Jerusalem Year: 1991 Medium: Lithograph, stamp signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 121/200 Size: 19 in. x 18 in. (48.26 cm x 45.72 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Henry Miller, A La Durrell, Lithograph
            Oct. 15, 2022

            Henry Miller, A La Durrell, Lithograph

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Henry Miller, American (1891 - 1980) Title: A La Durrell Year: 1991 Medium: Lithograph, stamp signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 32/200 Size: 19 in. x 18 in. (48.26 cm x 45.72 cm)

            RoGallery
          • HENRY MILLER Abstract Composition (Standing Figure).
            Sep. 22, 2022

            HENRY MILLER Abstract Composition (Standing Figure).

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            HENRY MILLER Abstract Composition (Standing Figure). Watercolor and gouache on paper, 1947. 510x355 mm; 20x14 inches. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right recto. Provenance: Private collection, Vermont. While known as one of the most significant American writers of the 20th century, Miller (1891-1980) also painted frequently. He drew from the subconscious, blending his dreams with reality in often surrealistic and abstract compositions. These works were usually gifted to his friends and associates.

            Swann Auction Galleries
          • Henry Miller (American , 1891-1980) Happy Day, 1973 Monoprint in colors on paper
            Jul. 21, 2022

            Henry Miller (American , 1891-1980) Happy Day, 1973 Monoprint in colors on paper

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Henry Miller (American , 1891-1980) Happy Day, 1973 Monoprint in colors on paper 19-1/4 x 13 inches (48.9 x 33.0 cm) (sight) Signed, titled and dated in ink on lower margin Annotated in ink For Sydney Omarr PROVENANCE: Collection of Sydney Omarr. This work was inscribed and given by the artist to his friend, Sydney Omarr, the famous astrologist and author. HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF SIX BLACK,
            May. 21, 2022

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF SIX BLACK,

            Est: $400 - $600

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF SIX BLACK, BLUE, AND WHITE PAPER PRINTS, SIGNED, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947, comprising six color serigraphs; one on pale blue paper, one half-sheet on black paper, and four on cream white papers, one page signed, "Henry Miller," in black ink and "Bezalel Schatz," in blue ink, pages with serigraph text reproducing Henry Miller's manuscript, the original text an excerpt from Black Spring used in Into the Night Life, artwork and serigraph by Bezalel Schatz, unbound, the present published independently by the artists in an original edition of 800. 15 1/4" x 24 1/2"

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • TWO SIGNED HENRY MILLER LITHOGRAPHS
            Apr. 20, 2022

            TWO SIGNED HENRY MILLER LITHOGRAPHS

            Est: $100 - $150

            TWO SIGNED HENRY MILLER LITHOGRAPHS . Comprising two color lithographs by American artist Henry Miller (1891-1980), including Lovers Dreaming, signed lower right and editioned 38/200 lower left, contained in a glazed frame overall measuring 22 inches x 19.25 inches, and Chagall's Horse, signed lower right and editioned 192/200 lower left, contained in a glazed frame overall measuring 24 inches x 22.5 inches. SHIPPING NOTICE: Jackson's is your sole and only source for one stop packing and shipping. With over 50 years of experience, our professional, affordable and efficient in-house shipping department will be happy to provide you a fair and reasonable shipping quote on this lot. Simply email us before the auction for a quick quote: [email protected] or call 1-800-665-6743. Jackson's can expertly pack and ship to meet any of your needs. To ensure quality control Jackson's DOES NOT release to third party shippers.

            Jackson's International
          • Henry Miller ''Insomnia Anno d'Amore'' 1966 Lithograph
            Mar. 03, 2022

            Henry Miller ''Insomnia Anno d'Amore'' 1966 Lithograph

            Est: $100 - $300

            Henry Miller (1891-1980 American) ''Insomnia Anno d'Amore'' 1966 Lithograph 15.5''x11.5'' Sight. Ink signed l.r. Framed 23.5''x19''. Overall excellent condition. Possible light even fading. Not examined outside of framing.

            MBA Seattle Auction LLC
          • Henry Miller INSOMNIA, OR THE DEVIL AT LARGE Complete portfolio with 12 color offset lithographs (Deluxe Edition), in original box
            Dec. 14, 2021

            Henry Miller INSOMNIA, OR THE DEVIL AT LARGE Complete portfolio with 12 color offset lithographs (Deluxe Edition), in original box

            Est: $400 - $600

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) INSOMNIA, OR THE DEVIL AT LARGE Complete portfolio of 12 color offset lithographs, 1970, from the deluxe edition of 20 issued as a memorial fundraiser for co-publisher Jon Edgar Webb, including a print of the artist by Paul Giovanopoulos signed and numbered 19/30 in pencil, and book from Edition G of 385 stamped copies signed and dated May 1 1970 by Miller in ink, published by Loujon Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, in original orange cloth clamshell box. Overall 23 1/4 x 18 1/4 inches; 591 x 464 mm. C Collection of Bertram "Bud" Tamarkin

            Doyle New York
          • HENRY VALENTINE MILLER, (American, 1891-1980), Untitled, from Henry Paints Picasso, watercolor, sight: 13 x 9 3/4 in., frame: 16 7/8 x 21 in.
            Dec. 05, 2021

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER, (American, 1891-1980), Untitled, from Henry Paints Picasso, watercolor, sight: 13 x 9 3/4 in., frame: 16 7/8 x 21 in.

            Est: $500 - $800

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER (American, 1891-1980) Untitled, from Henry Paints Picasso watercolor signed H.M. lower right and inscribed verso in pencil A090 M. Henry malt Picasso

            Grogan & Company
          • HENRY VALENTINE MILLER, (American, 1891-1980), Untitled, watercolor, sight: 10 3/4 x 14 in., frame: 16 7/8 x 21 in.
            Dec. 05, 2021

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER, (American, 1891-1980), Untitled, watercolor, sight: 10 3/4 x 14 in., frame: 16 7/8 x 21 in.

            Est: $500 - $800

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER (American, 1891-1980) Untitled watercolor signed H.M. lower left

            Grogan & Company
          • HENRY VALENTINE MILLER, (American, 1891-1980), Untitled, from Henry Paints Picasso, watercolor, sight: 14 x 10 3/4 in., frame: 24 3/4 x 20 in.
            Dec. 05, 2021

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER, (American, 1891-1980), Untitled, from Henry Paints Picasso, watercolor, sight: 14 x 10 3/4 in., frame: 24 3/4 x 20 in.

            Est: $500 - $800

            HENRY VALENTINE MILLER (American, 1891-1980) Untitled, from Henry Paints Picasso watercolor signed H.M. lower right and inscribed verso in pencil A 148 and 102[22504]

            Grogan & Company
          • MILLER HENRY: (1891-1980)
            Dec. 02, 2021

            MILLER HENRY: (1891-1980)

            Est: €500 - €600

            MILLER HENRY: (1891-1980) American writer and artist. An original black pen and ink drawing executed and signed by Miller, one page, 4to, n.p., 25th February 1961. Miller's abstract illustration is composed of five drawings including the face of a man, a mandolin, and a series of musical notes. Signed and dated by Miller at the foot of the drawing. A pencil note in an unidentified hand to the verso indicates that the artwork was published on page eight of the literary magazine Rhinoz Eros III. A couple of very small, minor rust stains to the edges, otherwise VG

            International Autograph Auctions Europe, S.L.
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) A MANUSCRIPT AND THREE PIECES OF EPHEMERA, ONE SIGNED, CALIFORNIA,
            Nov. 13, 2021

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) A MANUSCRIPT AND THREE PIECES OF EPHEMERA, ONE SIGNED, CALIFORNIA,

            Est: $300 - $500

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) A MANUSCRIPT AND THREE PIECES OF EPHEMERA, ONE SIGNED, CALIFORNIA, comprising a hand inscribed and painted letter by the author, pencil, and watercolor on paper, "Am at Emil White's - Anderson Creek Bridge.," signed, "Henry Miller," verso personal notes of the author regarding Christmas, friends, and acquaintances in pencil, probably Big Sur, 1950s, 11" x 8 1/2"; with a partial Tuvoti publication with poetry, prose, and writings by contemporaries, "This issue is dedicated to Henry Miller, a great artist on his 81st birthday.," by Arthur & Glee Knight, 1972, 11" x 8 1/2"; and two black and white offset lithograph posters with photo by Bill Webb for the Henry Miller Memorial Library, copyright, 1986, 20" 3/4" x 16". Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Houston Auction Company
          • BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) AND HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) A GROUP OF TWO PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,
            Nov. 13, 2021

            BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) AND HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) A GROUP OF TWO PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,

            Est: $100 - $200

            BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) AND HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) A GROUP OF TWO PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947, comprising two serigraph on paper, unbound pages with serigraph text reproducing Henry Miller's manuscript, the original text an excerpt from Black Spring used in Into the Night Life, artwork and serigraph by Bezalel Schatz, unbound, the present published independently by the artists in an original edition of 800. 15 1/4" x 24 1/2" Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Houston Auction Company
          • HENRY MILLER - INSOMNIA #5
            Jul. 29, 2021

            HENRY MILLER - INSOMNIA #5

            Est: $100 - $200

            Lot 5 Henry Miller American (1891-1980) Insomnia #5 (1970) offset lithograph signed in pencil lower right sight: 11 1/4 x 14 7/8 inches Provenance: the estate of Jerome Lurie, labor attorney and law partner of Sidney E. Cohn one of twelve from the 'Insomnia' or 'Devil at Large' series

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • Henry Miller, kleiner Sammlungs-Nachlass mit 6 gerahmten Aquarellen der 1960/70er Jahre, unterschiedlich gerahmt
            May. 28, 2021

            Henry Miller, kleiner Sammlungs-Nachlass mit 6 gerahmten Aquarellen der 1960/70er Jahre, unterschiedlich gerahmt

            Est: €2,500 - €3,000

            Henry Miller, kleiner Sammlungs-Nachlass mit 6 gerahmten Aquarellen der 1960/70er Jahre, unterschiedlich gerahmt Henry Valentine Miller, 1891 New York - 1980 Los Angeles, US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller und Maler. Zeitlebens empfand Henry Miller eine starke Neigung zur Malerei, ohne je eine Ausbildung genossen zu haben. Welchen Stellenwert die Bildende Kunst für ihn besaß, zeigt die ausführliche Erwähnung aller malerischen Aktivitäten, die er in seiner selbstverfassten Kurzbiografie hinterließ. Bis auf einige Radierungen auf Kupferplatten bestand sein eigenes künstlerisches Œuvre aus vielen hundert Aquarellen; er konnte diese Arbeiten auf etlichen Ausstellungen präsentieren und teilweise auch verkaufen, hier: Ein Sammlungs-Nachlass mit 6 gerahmten Aquarellen, dabei 3 figurative Motive à la Picasso, ein Stillleben à la Matisse, eine Szene am Meer mit Segelbooten sowie eine fröhlich-kindliche Szene mit einem Elternpaar und zwei Kindern, alle auf Papier, auf Karton aufgezogen, je 24/26 cm x 32/36 cm, fünfmal monogrammiert, einmal voll signiert H. Miller, alle in unterschiedlichen, alten und neueren Rahmen

            K&K – Auktionen in Heidelberg
          • HENRY MILLER PHOTOGRAPHED AMONGST HIS WORK
            Apr. 01, 2021

            HENRY MILLER PHOTOGRAPHED AMONGST HIS WORK

            Est: $50 - $100

            Henry Miller Photographed Amongst his Work. Henry Miller, American writer and artist, 1891-1980, photographed standing next to four pieces of his work. Size: 11.25" x 13.25" frame, 7.25" x 9.25" sight

            Ashcroft and Moore
          • Henry Miller, Jerusalem, Lithograph
            Mar. 27, 2021

            Henry Miller, Jerusalem, Lithograph

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Henry Miller, American (1891 - 1980) Title: Jerusalem Year: 1991 Medium: Lithograph, stamp signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 121/200 Size: 19 in. x 18 in. (48.26 cm x 45.72 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Henry Miller, A La Durrell, Lithograph
            Mar. 27, 2021

            Henry Miller, A La Durrell, Lithograph

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Henry Miller, American (1891 - 1980) Title: A La Durrell Year: 1991 Medium: Lithograph, stamp signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 32/200 Size: 19 in. x 18 in. (48.26 cm x 45.72 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Henry Miller (1891-1980) Naive Watercolor Painting
            Feb. 24, 2021

            Henry Miller (1891-1980) Naive Watercolor Painting

            Est: $100 - $1,000

            Henry Miller (American,1891-1980). Watercolor on paper, titled "So Much Happy Horse Shi". A colorful figural abstract. Signed lower right, Paris 1967. Good overall condition with mild staining and foxing to upper portion of art. Retains original Joy Moos Gallery label. Measures approximately 16 1/2 in. x 20 in. (sight), 26 in. x 29 1/4 in. (framed). Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

            Hill Auction Gallery
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) TWO HAND PAINTED ADVERTISEMENTS, "We Invite You to See the First One-Man Show of Paintings by Bob Campbell," AND "Come In And Discover Henry Miller," FOR NEW DIRECTIONS, MID 1960s,
            Feb. 06, 2021

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) TWO HAND PAINTED ADVERTISEMENTS, "We Invite You to See the First One-Man Show of Paintings by Bob Campbell," AND "Come In And Discover Henry Miller," FOR NEW DIRECTIONS, MID 1960s,

            Est: $500 - $900

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) TWO HAND PAINTED ADVERTISEMENTS, "We Invite You to See the First One-Man Show of Paintings by Bob Campbell," AND "Come In And Discover Henry Miller," FOR NEW DIRECTIONS, MID 1960s, gouache and ink on Crescent Quality Boards cardboard; the calligraphy in a Filmotype style, one on a yellow ground with sparkling eye in measured manuscript, "April First through Twenty Second. No clichés, No sweets. Instead Invention, Understatement, Pails of Paint. Some persiflage. The Studio for Henry Miller. six Days a Week Noon to Six. Closed Mondays.," signed with a monogram letter "M", and the other on white ground with pale powder blue underscores, "Henry Miller is the Most Original, Most Unusual, and In the View of some Critics, Most Significant of Living American Writers, - Writings, Stories, Essays, and other Prose Pieces Which Defy Conventional Classifications. NEW DIRECTIONS. Come in and Discover Henry Miller." 22" x 14" Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) TWO HAND PAINTED ADVERTISEMENTS, "Who is Henry Miller?," FOR NEW DIRECTIONS, MID 1960s,
            Feb. 06, 2021

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) TWO HAND PAINTED ADVERTISEMENTS, "Who is Henry Miller?," FOR NEW DIRECTIONS, MID 1960s,

            Est: $500 - $900

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) TWO HAND PAINTED ADVERTISEMENTS, "Who is Henry Miller?," FOR NEW DIRECTIONS, MID 1960s, ink and gouache on Crescent Quality Boards cardboard, each on a white ground and hand inscribed, the calligraphy in a Filmotype style. 22" x 14" Note: "If You Have Never Read Him, the Most Exciting and Awaking Literary Experience of the Day Lies in Store for You. The Books of Henry Miller are Definitely Not for Schoolgirls, for Suburban Wives who loved Anthony Adverse, For Readers Who Hate to think, For Readers who Accept the Opinions of the Hacks Masquerading As Literary Critics who toute for the Commercial Publishers in the Press or those who Automatically Believe that a Book is Good Because It is a Best Seller. Miller's Books Are Welcomed By People who Like Intellectual Fireworks, By those who Don't think American Life is Perfect and by those who Have A Sense of Relation to the Great Literature of the Past and LOok for Its counterpoint in the Present. [sic]" "Iconoclast, Prophet, Poet, Painter, Philosopher, Acute Observer and Recorder of the Vagaries of His Fellow Humans, Severe Critic of Modern Civilization, Partisan of the Underdog, Champion of Frank Expression, Explorer of New Realms of Feeling - Henry Miller is a Writer Like No other writer Living today. He cannot Be Explained or criticized in the Usual terms. He must be Read to be Understood." - New Directions.[sic]Each work an example of the artist's typical stream of consciousness style of writing. The calligraphy attributed to the artist and author's own hand, the pieces are unusual ephemera capturing a profound moment in the writer's career. Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF THREE BLUE PAPER PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,
            Feb. 06, 2021

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF THREE BLUE PAPER PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,

            Est: $250 - $450

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF THREE BLUE PAPER PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947, comprising three color serigraph on blue paper, unbound, the present published independently by the artists in an original edition of 800, one with quotation, "When was all this that," with circular nude and beast, and another, "In my heart I can feel the edelweiss blooming." 15 1/4" x 24 1/2" Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF THREE BLUE PAPER PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,
            Feb. 06, 2021

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF THREE BLUE PAPER PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,

            Est: $250 - $450

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF THREE BLUE PAPER PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947, comprising three color serigraph on blue paper, the pages with serigraph text reproducing Henry Miller's manuscript, the original text an excerpt from Black Spring used in Into the Night Life, artwork and serigraph by Bezalel Schatz, unbound, the present published independently by the artists in an original edition of 800. 15 1/4" x 24 1/2" Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF TWO PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,
            Feb. 06, 2021

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF TWO PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947,

            Est: $200 - $400

            HENRY MILLER (American 1891-1980) AND BEZALEL SCHATZ (Palestinian 1912-1978) A GROUP OF TWO PRINTS, FROM "Into the Night Life," FIRST EDITION, UNBOUND, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1947, comprising two color serigraph on paper, text by Henry Miller, artworks by Bezalel Schatz, from an unbound edition, the present published independently by the artists in an original edition of 800. 15 1/4" x 24 1/2" Provenance: Collection of Kasey Rhodes, Houston, Texas.

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • Henry Miller (1891- 1980) - Anais
            Jan. 24, 2021

            Henry Miller (1891- 1980) - Anais

            Est: -

            Limited Edition Signed Print Numbered 186 of 200 Signed Lower Right Not Framed. Measures 30" x 22". Image measures 20.5" x 17"

            Pyramid Auction Gallery
          • Henry Miller Signed Mixed Media on Paper 'The Joker'
            Jan. 02, 2021

            Henry Miller Signed Mixed Media on Paper 'The Joker'

            Est: $300 - $600

            Henry Miller (American, 1891-1980) limited edition, hand signed mixed media on paper titled 'The Joker'. COA included.

            Atlanta Auction Gallery, ltd
          • Work on paper, Henry Valentine Miller
            Dec. 13, 2020

            Work on paper, Henry Valentine Miller

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Henry Valentine Miller (American, 1891-1980), Abstract with Green Flower and Circles, 1946, watercolor and ink on paper, signed and dated lower right, sight: 14.75"h x 11"w, overall (with frame): 26.25"h x 15.25"w

            Clars Auctions
          • Print, Henry Valentine Miller
            Dec. 12, 2020

            Print, Henry Valentine Miller

            Est: $200 - $400

            Henry Valentine Miller (American, 1891-1980), Abstract Portrait, lithograph in colors, pencil signed lower right, edition 110/200, overall (with frame): 26.75"h x 20.5"w

            Clars Auctions
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