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      • Edward Sorel (American, 1929) Illustration Art
        Nov. 08, 2023

        Edward Sorel (American, 1929) Illustration Art

        Est: $3,000 - $6,000

        Edward Sorel (American, 1929) Illustration Art. Pen, ink, and watercolor on paper, signed. Framed/ Size: 18'' x 17.5'', 46 x 44 cm (sight); 27'' x 26.5'', 69 x 67 cm (frame).

        Material Culture
      • The New York Times. 1972.
        Jul. 18, 2023

        The New York Times. 1972.

        Est: $2,000 - $2,500

        ARTIST: EDWARD SOREL (1929- ) SIZE: 59 3/4 x 46 1/2 in./151.7 x 118 cm DESCRIPTION: New York native Sorel was the perfect choice to advertise the New York Times—especially thanks to his left-leaning politics and storybook illustration style. Here, he proves that animals and humans (specifically, Republicans and Democrats) alike can benefit from reading the historic newspaper. (Contemporary; Literary; Animals; American; New York)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Edward Sorel American, b. 1929 Times Square
        Jun. 28, 2023

        Edward Sorel American, b. 1929 Times Square

        Est: $400 - $600

        Edward Sorel American, b. 1929 Times Square Signed Edward Sorel (ll) Pen and ink with watercolor on paper laid on card 13 3/4 x 13 7/8 inches (34.9 x 35.2 cm) C Property from the Collection of Helen Sonnenberg Tucker

        Doyle New York
      • SOREL, EDWARD (1929-) "Thou Shalt."
        Jun. 15, 2023

        SOREL, EDWARD (1929-) "Thou Shalt."

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        SOREL, EDWARD (1929-) "Thou Shalt." Caricature. Watercolor and pen-and-ink, signed lower left. 14 x 17 inches. Provenance: Esti Hillpern Estate. Edward Sorel (born Edward Schwartz) has long been a major American political cartoonist. His politics have generally been Leftist so his loose, lively drawings have been welcomed by The Nation, The National Lampoon, Ramparts and The Village Voice among many other publications. He sold over forty covers to The New Yorker. He established famed design studio Push Pin Studios with Milton Glaser, Seymour Chwast and Reynold Ruffins in 1953, and served as art director of New York Magazine in the late 1970s. He has supplied murals to the Waverly Inn as well as to the Monkey Bar. 1976

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Edward Sorel (Born 1929). Semper Paratus.
        May. 06, 2023

        Edward Sorel (Born 1929). Semper Paratus.

        Est: $300 - $500

        Watercolor and ink on paper, image 15.5 x 12 inches, pencil signed and titled in upper margin. Framed, 24 x 20 inches.

        Casco Bay Auctions
      • EDWARD SOREL (1929-) Self Portrait (Drawing Class).
        Dec. 15, 2022

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) Self Portrait (Drawing Class).

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) Self Portrait (Drawing Class). Cover illustration for Steven Heller's article "A Political Animal" in Print magazine, January-February 1993. Pen, ink, and watercolor on paper. 17x12 3/4 inches, image, archivally framed to 26 1/2x22 inches. Signed "Edward Sorel" in lower left. Provenance: Davis & Langdale Co., NYC, with their labels; Marcus Ratliff (1935-2022), noted artist and important graphic designer; current owner. Literature: In addition to the cover of Print, the image also appeared as the dust jacket cover image and on page130 of Sorel's book Unauthorized Portraits (New York: Knopf, 1997). Exhibited: "Unauthorized Portraits: the Drawings of Edward Sorel," National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution July 12, 1999 to November 7, 1999, Catalog #27, with their label. The image shows Sorel posing as artists' model for some of his own notable subjects: Richard Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Henry Kissinger, George H.W. Bush, and Cardinal Terence Cooke who are mercilessly caricaturing the caricaturist. Copies of Print magazine and Unauthorized Portraits accompany the artwork.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL (1929-) "Ziegler, Ruckleshouse, Kleindienst . . . March in New York's Von Steuben's Day Parade."
        Dec. 15, 2022

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) "Ziegler, Ruckleshouse, Kleindienst . . . March in New York's Von Steuben's Day Parade."

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) "Ziegler, Ruckleshouse, Kleindienst . . . March in New York's Von Steuben's Day Parade." The full caption reading "Ziegler, Ruckleshouse, Kleindienst, Shultz, Erlichman, Klein, Haldeman, and Kissinger March in New York's Von Steuben's Day Parade." Watercolor, pen and ink on paper, mounted to captioned Bristol board. 293x370 mm; 11 1/2x14 1/2 inches. Signed "Edward Sorel" in upper left image, captioned by him beneath image on mount. Provenance: Graham Gallery, New York; private collection; on loan to The Cartoonist's Guild, New York. Published: The Art in cartooning: Seventy-five years of American Magazine Cartoons. New York: Scribner's, The Cartoonist's Guild, 1975; both the Graham Gallery label and a portion of Scribner editor's Typed Letter Signed are preserved on verso with original framing label (though no longer framed).

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL (1929-) Richard Nixon as W.C. Fields.
        Dec. 15, 2022

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) Richard Nixon as W.C. Fields.

        Est: $3,500 - $5,000

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) Richard Nixon as W.C. Fields. Pen, ink, and collage on paper, circa 1970. 440x395 mm; 17 1/4x15 1/2 inches. Signed and dated "Edward Sorel '70" in ink, upper left image. Provenance: Leo Castelli Gallery; Rick Meyerowitz, purchased from the above, 1972. In this sly caricature, Sorel depicts "Tricky Dick" Nixon hiding his hand of cards a la actor/comedian W. C. Fields in his famous role as conman Cuthbert J. Twillie in the 1940 film "My Little Chickadee." Here, Sorel reveals Nixon's view in a visual bubble where we see that he is holding a terrible hand: a busted flush and a busted straight; his only move now is to bluff the other players at the table into thinking he holds better cards then he does.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Edward Sorel, original color cartoon drawing
        Nov. 16, 2022

        Edward Sorel, original color cartoon drawing

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929), Sigmund Freud, ink and watercolor on illustration board, signed lower right, matted and framed under glass, 19.25"h x 13.75"w (sight), 23.25"h x 17.5"w (frame)

        Millea Bros Ltd
      • Edward Sorel Signed Anti-War Vietnam Poster
        Jul. 16, 2022

        Edward Sorel Signed Anti-War Vietnam Poster

        Est: -

        Printed signature. Measures approximately 22.5in x 18in. Poster measures approximately 22in x 17in. Tm4614 Ja

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • EDWARD SOREL (1929-) "Henry Kissinger on the Road."
        Jun. 09, 2022

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) "Henry Kissinger on the Road."

        Est: $500 - $750

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) "Henry Kissinger on the Road." Cartoon printed in Superpen: The Cartoons and Caricatures of Edward Sorel, edited by Lidia Ferrara (New York: Random House, 1978. Pen and wash on paper mounted to board. 470x553 mm; 18 1/2x21 3/4 inches. Signed and dated "Edward Sorel '75" upper left image. Taped to window matte on verso. A copy of "Superpen" accompanies the artwork.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL (1929-) The Death of Uncle Sam (after Benjamin West).
        Jun. 09, 2022

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) The Death of Uncle Sam (after Benjamin West).

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        EDWARD SOREL (1929-) The Death of Uncle Sam (after Benjamin West). Ink on paper. 400x336 mm; 15 3/4x13 1/4 inches. Signed and dated "Edward Sorel `73" in lower right corner. Matted and framed. Provenance: Graham Gallery, New York; Capricorn Galleries, Bethesda The Philip Desind Collection, Bethesda1973; Christie's New York, 2007; private collection.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Edward Sorel (AM 1929-) Some Like it Reheated
        Dec. 10, 2021

        Edward Sorel (AM 1929-) Some Like it Reheated

        Est: $400 - $600

        Edward Sorel (American 1929-) Some Like It Reheated pen and ink on paper signed lower right Image 18 x 13" as framed 24 x 19 Ex Iris Love/ Liz Smith Collection NYC- retaining Graham Gallery NYC Label reverse and Bragr Times label

        Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Edward Sorel (AM 1929-) Biting the Hand
        Dec. 10, 2021

        Edward Sorel (AM 1929-) Biting the Hand

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Edward Sorel (American 1929-) Biting the Hand pastel and wash on paper signed lower right Image 17 x 18" as framed 25 x 26" Ex Iris Love/ Liz Smith Collection NYC- Most likely original illustration for New Yorker

        Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Edward Sorel - The Melting Plot
        Dec. 02, 2020

        Edward Sorel - The Melting Plot

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Lot 40 Edward Sorel American (b. 1929) The Melting Plot (1994) watercolor signed lower right sight: 22 x 15 1/2 inches Provenance: From the Estate of Gail Sheehy this artwork was featured as the cover of the New Yorker magazine issue of June 27 & July 4 of 1994

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • EDWARD SOREL (AMERICAN, 1929-) HENRY KISSINGER Ink and wash: 18 1/2 x 21 3/4 in.
        Oct. 07, 2020

        EDWARD SOREL (AMERICAN, 1929-) HENRY KISSINGER Ink and wash: 18 1/2 x 21 3/4 in.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        EDWARD SOREL (AMERICAN, 1929-) HENRY KISSINGER Ink and wash: 18 1/2 x 21 3/4 in. Framed; upper left signed and dated: Edward Sorel 75; includes Edward Sorel 'Unauthorized Portraits' book (2)

        Potomack Company
      • EDWARD SOREL. "Progress." [CARTOONS / CARICATURES]
        Jul. 16, 2020

        EDWARD SOREL. "Progress." [CARTOONS / CARICATURES]

        Est: $600 - $900

        EDWARD SOREL. "Progress." Illustration for the article "Monumental Folly" co-authored with Donald Barthelme, published in The Atlantic Monthly, February 1976 and reprinted in Superpen: The Cartoons and Caricatures of Edward Sorel, edited by Lidia Ferrara (New York: Random House, 1978. Watercolor, pen and ink on paper mounted to board. 490x373mm; 19 1/4x14 3/4 inches. Signed and dated in pen, lower right. Some discoloration and spotting to sky area. Exhibited: Graham Gallery, New York; Hull Gallery, Inc., Washington, D.C. (both not dated, but with stamps on backing board.) "Progress is wonderful, and continues to become more wonderful with each passing fiscal year. . . Progress is often the target of cheap sneers by sour yawpers, but even a sour yawper can ascend dark stairs holding a silver candlestick in his hand . . ." (from Superpen).

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Edward Sorel (born 1929) Watercolor.
        Jul. 25, 2019

        Edward Sorel (born 1929) Watercolor.

        Est: $250 - $500

        14" x 17" Caricature signed lower left. From the Estate of Esti Hillpern

        Weiss Auctions
      • Edward Sorel (1929), "Après moi le déluge" 1973.
        Mar. 12, 2019

        Edward Sorel (1929), "Après moi le déluge" 1973.

        Est: CHF600 - CHF900

        Edward Sorel (1929), "Après moi le déluge" 1973. Dessin à la plume sur papier rapporté sur carton, sbg et daté 73. 43x35.5 cm Dessin drawing

        Dogny Auction
      • Edward Sorel (American, born 1929) Original Political 1968 Kennedy Painting - Ramparts Magazine
        Feb. 17, 2019

        Edward Sorel (American, born 1929) Original Political 1968 Kennedy Painting - Ramparts Magazine

        Est: $600 - $800

        Edward Sorel (American, 1929-) Arthur Schlesinger - Original 1968 Ramparts Magazine Political Illustration Painting. Color watercolor, ink, charcoal, and pencil on paper and board. Painting depicts American historian, social critic, and public intellectual Arthur Schlesinger peering up as a bird from typing - Now Is The Time For All Good Men To Come To The Aid of His Brother. The typed words referencing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and need for his brother Robert Kennedy, to run for United States President. We contacted the artist and asked what publication the illustration was used for and when it was published. We received the following prompt reply from Mr. Sorel: "It was done for Ramparts magazine when Bobby Kennedy was trying to get the Democratic nomination for President." Ramparts was a glossy illustrated American political and literary magazine, published from 1962 to 1975 and closely associated with the New Left political movement. Sight size measures 11.8 inches high,11.5 inches wide. Frame measures 16.2 inches high, 15.4 inches wide. Framed and well protected under glass. In good condition. From AskArt: Edward Sorel (born 1929). A regular magazine contributor as a cartoonist, has done commission work for The Atlantic Monthly, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, a publication for which he has created forty-five covers. He started in the industry in the 1960s when he was hired by editors of The New York Times and The Village Voice. He greatly disapproves of being labelled as an illustrator because the term simply suggests a hired contractor, and he regards his work as much more creative than that, especially with talent needed for drawing. He says: "I never really interested myself in what constitutes fine art and what constitutes commercial art . . .I do what interests me." (91) In addition to cartoons, Sorel also does comic book art. One of his projects of which he is most proud is "Literary Lives" for Atlantic Monthly. For this assignment, he read unauthorized biographies to get inspiration for what his subjects, such as Lilian Hellman, were 'really' lie. Then he began by doing spontaneous pencil drawings. A retrospective of his work was held at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC in Fall, 1999.

        Myers Fine Art
      • Edward Sorel American, b. 1929 Bertrand Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein
        Nov. 20, 2018

        Edward Sorel American, b. 1929 Bertrand Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Edward Sorel American, b. 1929 Bertrand Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein Signed Edward Sorel (ul) Ink and watercolor on paper 13 1/4 x 17 7/8 inches Provenance: Davis and Langdale Company, New York C The Patricia and Donald Oresman Collection

        Doyle New York
      • SOREL, Edward. "The Nixon Library" 1970.
        Dec. 03, 2017

        SOREL, Edward. "The Nixon Library" 1970.

        Est: $400 - $600

        Watercolor, Ink & Pencil on Paper. Signed and dated upper right, titled upper left. The Graham Gallery, New York label affixed to frame verso. Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929). From a Hastings on Hudson, NY home.

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • Edward Sorel, Hemingway & Gelhorn Stork Club, W/C
        Sep. 16, 2017

        Edward Sorel, Hemingway & Gelhorn Stork Club, W/C

        Est: $600 - $900

        Edward Sorel, American. b.1929, "New York 1940" depicting Hemingway and Martha Gelhorn toasting one another at the Stork Club, original watercolor, personally titled underneath by Edward Sorel, but unsigned. {ACGQ7045} (TC )

        Litchfield Auctions
      • Sorel, Edward (American, 1929 - ) Pen and Ink Drawing - Carlsbad Baden
        Mar. 13, 2016

        Sorel, Edward (American, 1929 - ) Pen and Ink Drawing - Carlsbad Baden

        Est: $400 - $600

        Sorel, Edward (American, 1929-) Drawing - Carlsbad Baden - Pen Ink Drawing. Signed upper right Edward Sorel. In good condition. A small amount of peeling on right side edge, on the path. Image size 9 inches x 19 inches. Frame measures 15 inches x 25 inches. From Askart.com: Sorel Etrog's sculpture probes the relationship between man and machinery and attempts to illustrate an expressive intersection between the individual and industrialism. The machinery of the manufacturer become the tools of the artist. Steel plating, sheet metal, bolts, rivets and hinges are prominently featured in this work of industrial art, illustrating contact, tension and articulation. The sculptor has a fascination with the industrial themes of the twentieth century and asks the viewer to see that even the most utilitarian objects of our creation also have at least some artistic and expressive component. One of his pieces, Space Plough II, has a strong but simple steel construction, a basic triangular shape and is painted in that recognizable cautionary orange of heavy duty industrial machinery. Etrog's trademark central hinge is also prominently featured. At first glance the piece might look like something left behind by a road crew. "Is this just a plough?" a viewer might wonder. It is a justified first impression. But Etrog makes us reconsider and ask a different set of questions with a different sort of emphasis: Is this just a plough? Or, Can a plough be art? These tools we have made and used to such great practical success- - do they speak for us? Is this our art? "Arguably the most critically celebrated Canadian sculptor alive today, Etrog's impressive and multi-faceted career has spanned more than 40 years. In that time he has been prolific as a sculptor, a painter, an illustrator, a poet and a film maker. His work has been displayed at major international galleries around the world from Israel to Singapore, from India to Switzerland. In North America his position is secure in many of the most prestigious private and public collections, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, as well as the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa and Le Musee des Beaux Arts in Montreal. For decades Etrog's sculpture has played an important role in the development of the Canadian Arts. In 1988, he was commissioned to represent Canada with a sculpture for the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. In 1994, the Government of Canada donated the sculpture "Sunbird" to Normandy, France, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the liberation by Canadian forces. In 1967, Etrog was commissioned by Expo in Montreal to create two large sculptures for the World's Fair and in 1968 he was asked to create the small statuettes which would serve as the Canadian Film Awards. Though these awards are now more famously known as "The Genies," they were originally called "Etrogs." Throughout his career Etrog has been closely associated with many of the twentieth century's greatest thinkers and artists. He has collaborated with distinguished international literary figures Samuel Beckett, and Eugene Ionesco and also maintained a close working relationship with Canada's famed communication theorist Marshall McLuhan. In 1995 Etrog was named a Member of the Order of Canada and in 1996 was appointed Chevalier of Arts and Letters by the Government of France.

        Myers Fine Art
      • EDWARD SOREL. "There's no banking like no banking."
        Jan. 22, 2015

        EDWARD SOREL. "There's no banking like no banking."

        Est: $600 - $900

        EDWARD SOREL. "There's no banking like no banking." Ink and graphite on tracing paper. 390x320 mm; 15 1/2x12 1/2 inches. Upper corners stapled in the margin, light smudging. Unsigned.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. Election 1998.
        Jan. 22, 2015

        EDWARD SOREL. Election 1998.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        EDWARD SOREL. Election 1998. Pen and ink and watercolor on paper. 415x315 mm; 16 1/4x12 1/2 inches. Framed. Gift inscription at bottom that reads in full: "For Alan on his 60th birthday with lots of good wishes from his fan Edward Sorel. 7/98." Variant sketch, appeared in slightly differing version as the cover for the November 11, 1996 issue of The New Yorker.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. Presidential portraits of George Washington and Andrew Jackson.
        Jan. 22, 2015

        EDWARD SOREL. Presidential portraits of George Washington and Andrew Jackson.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        EDWARD SOREL. Presidential portraits of George Washington and Andrew Jackson. Two pen and ink drawings on oval-trimmed paper mounted to transparencies. Each approximately 230x160 mm; 9 1/4x6 inches. Wrinkling, with tape affixed along transparency edges. Unsigned, nd.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. Untitled drawing showing an unidentified woman "out on a limb" while her colleagues are in free fall.
        Jan. 23, 2014

        EDWARD SOREL. Untitled drawing showing an unidentified woman "out on a limb" while her colleagues are in free fall.

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        EDWARD SOREL. Untitled drawing showing an unidentified woman "out on a limb" while her colleagues are in free fall. Pen and ink and watercolor on paper. Signed lower right. 495x292 mm; 19 1/2x17 inches. Circa 1980s.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. "Have you noticed how many God-fearing people these days are stark-raving lunatics?"
        Jan. 23, 2014

        EDWARD SOREL. "Have you noticed how many God-fearing people these days are stark-raving lunatics?"

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        EDWARD SOREL. "Have you noticed how many God-fearing people these days are stark-raving lunatics?" Pen and ink and watercolor cartoon on paper. 254x267 mm; 10 1/2x10 inches. Matted and framed. Published in Penthouse Magazine, circa 1980s.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. "Duffy Square, 1937."
        Jan. 23, 2014

        EDWARD SOREL. "Duffy Square, 1937."

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        EDWARD SOREL. "Duffy Square, 1937." Pen and ink and watercolor cartoon of the northern triangle of Times Square at its most hectic. An alternate illustration for American Heritage, circa 1970s. Signed and titled, lower right. 356x292 mm; 14x11 1/2 inches. Matted and framed.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. Obama as Gulliver.
        Jan. 24, 2013

        EDWARD SOREL. Obama as Gulliver.

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        EDWARD SOREL. Obama as Gulliver. Pen and ink and watercolor on paper, showing the beleaguered President hampered on all sides by his political foes. 533x381 mm; 21x15 inches on larger paper. Signed by Sorel lower right. Published in Vanity Fair September 2010. Matted and framed.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. "Mailer Creates God in His Own Image."
        Jan. 24, 2013

        EDWARD SOREL. "Mailer Creates God in His Own Image."

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        EDWARD SOREL. "Mailer Creates God in His Own Image." Pen and ink and watercolor on paper. 223x330 mm; 9x13 inches. Signed and captioned by Sorel beneath the image.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. Howard Cosell.
        Jan. 24, 2013

        EDWARD SOREL. Howard Cosell.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        EDWARD SOREL. Howard Cosell. Pen and ink and watercolor on board, showing the ubiquitous sportscaster and some of the athletes he covered: Muhammad Ali, Billy Jean King, and Joe Namath. 508x356 mm; 20x14 inches. Signed lower right. Published in The New Yorker November 23, 2011

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • EDWARD SOREL. The Libidinous H.G. Wells.
        Jan. 24, 2013

        EDWARD SOREL. The Libidinous H.G. Wells.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        EDWARD SOREL. The Libidinous H.G. Wells. Pen and ink and watercolor on paper, showing the great writer surrounded by some of his conquests. 560x406 mm; 22x16 inches. Published in The New Yorker, October 17, 2011.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • New York, New York / Liberty House. ca. 1982
        Sep. 06, 2012

        New York, New York / Liberty House. ca. 1982

        Est: $400 - $600

        Artist: EDWARD SOREL (1929- ) Size: 23 7/8 x 36 5/8 in./60.7 x 93 cm Created for the Hawaiian department store’s New York branch, this detailed design by Sorel vibrates with life.

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • The New School. 1977
        Sep. 06, 2012

        The New School. 1977

        Est: $400 - $600

        Artist: EDWARD SOREL (1929- ) Size: 23 7/8 x 34 in./61.7 x 86.2 cm Since its founding in 1919, The New School has been a progressive leader in education, an intellectual haven for those who prefer a nontraditional approach to learning. Here, the beloved characters from the Wizard of Oz are about to land on its roof, searching for a heart, courage, and a brain.

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929).
        Jun. 23, 2012

        Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929).

        Est: $300 - $400

        Sketch after Rowlandson. Watercolor, pen and ink. Sight size 5 5/8 x 10 3/4 inches. Framed. Ex-collection: Robert C. Graham, Sr., by descent.

        Capo Auction
      • Edward Sorel (b. 1929) Book cover: The Pirates of
        Dec. 12, 2009

        Edward Sorel (b. 1929) Book cover: The Pirates of

        Est: -

        Edward Sorel (b. 1929) Book cover: The Pirates of Penzance, by W. S. Gilbert; Publisher: (Random House), 1981; Pirates surround admiral in red coat and plumed hat.

        Illustration House
      • EDWARD SOREL (American, b. 1929) Pirates, c. 1984
        Jul. 15, 2009

        EDWARD SOREL (American, b. 1929) Pirates, c. 1984

        Est: $500 - $700

        EDWARD SOREL (American, b. 1929) Pirates, c. 1984 Ink and watercolor on board 14 x 23.5 in. Signed upper left

        Heritage Auctions
      • EDWARD SOREL (American b. 1929) Cartoon
        Mar. 13, 2009

        EDWARD SOREL (American b. 1929) Cartoon

        Est: $500 - $700

        EDWARD SOREL (American b. 1929) Cartoon Illustration Ink and watercolor on paper 18.5 x 14 in. Signed lower right

        Heritage Auctions
      • Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929) "...You Can't Stop Progress..." Signed "Edward Sorel" l....
        May. 16, 2008

        Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929) "...You Can't Stop Progress..." Signed "Edward Sorel" l....

        Est: $300 - $600

        Edward Sorel (American, b. 1929) "...You Can't Stop Progress..." Signed "Edward Sorel" l.r. Ink and graphite on paper, sheet size 18 1/2 x 15 in. (47.0 x 38.1 cm), unframed. Condition: Trimmed into image along bottom edge, creases, trimmed corners, plastic tape along top margin.

        Skinner
      • Death of Uncle Sam after a painting by Benjamin West
        Mar. 07, 2007

        Death of Uncle Sam after a painting by Benjamin West

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Edward Sorel (AMERICAN, b. 1929) Death of Uncle Sam after a painting by Benjamin West signed and dated 'Edward Sorel '73' (lower right) pen and ink on paper 15¾ x 13¼ in. (40 x 33.7 cm.) Executed in 1973.

        Christie's
      • Death of Uncle Sam after a painting by Benjamin West
        Mar. 07, 2007

        Death of Uncle Sam after a painting by Benjamin West

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Edward Sorel (AMERICAN, b. 1929) Death of Uncle Sam after a painting by Benjamin West signed and dated 'Edward Sorel '73' (lower right) pen and ink on paper 15¾ x 13¼ in. (40 x 33.7 cm.) Executed in 1973.

        Christie's
      • EDWARD SOREL, (AMERICAN B. 1929), MALE IMPERIALIST PIG
        Jun. 09, 2006

        EDWARD SOREL, (AMERICAN B. 1929), MALE IMPERIALIST PIG

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        EDWARD SOREL (american b. 1929) ''MALE IMPERIALIST PIG'' Ink cartoon illustration, together with three companion illustrations, three signed "Edward Sorel", one signed with initials "ES" Largest, image area: 16 3/8 x 13 1/4 in. (41.6 x 33.7cm) Estimate $1,000-1,500 Companion works include: "MALE IMPERIALIST PIG" (Provenance: Grahan Gallery, New York); "CRIMINALS'' LIB" (Nixon)"; "THE SMIRK" and GUILLOTINE" .

        Freeman's
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