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Painter, b. 1910 - d. 2011

Hedda Sterne (August 4, 1910 – April 8, 2011) was a Romanian-born American artist who was an active member of the New York School of painters. Her work is often associated with Abstract Expressionism and Surrealism.

Sterne was born as Hedwig Lindenberg in Bucharest, Romania, on August 4, 1910. She was the daughter of Jewish parents Eugenie (née Wexler) and Simon Lindenberg, a language teacher. Her older brother and only sibling, Edouard Lindenberg (1908–1973), would become a prominent conductor in Paris.

As a young child, Sterne and her brother were educated in music and languages. In addition to Romanian, Sterne was taught to read German, French, and English. She would recall the importance of German philosophy texts and art history books in her development as an artist. Initially encouraged to study piano, Sterne eventually succeeded in convincing her parents to allow her to study art instead.[4] With the encouragement of Max Hermann Maxy, whom Sterne recalled as a student of her father's, she began formal training in 1918. Sterne's first art teacher was Maxy's former professor at the Bucharest National University of Arts, the sculptor Frederic Storck.

In 1919, Sterne's father Simon died and her mother remarried. By 1921, Sterne was attending the Institutul de Domnisoare Choisy-Mangâru, a private girl's school in Bucharest.

In the late 1920s, Sterne traveled regularly to Vienna, where she took classes in ceramics at the Kunsthistorisches Museum. In 1929 she enrolled at the University of Bucharest where she studied art history and philosophy with various notable intellectuals, including Tudor Vianu, Mircea Florian, and Nae Ionescu. In 1932, she married Friederich (Fritz) Stern (1905–1982; later known as Frederick (Fred) Stafford) and discontinued her formal education.

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    • Hedda Sterne, Four works from the Vertical Horizons series
      Dec. 14, 2023

      Hedda Sterne, Four works from the Vertical Horizons series

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Hedda Sterne Four works from the Vertical Horizons series 1966 lithograph image, each: 11.125 h x 6.875 w in (28 x 17 cm) sheet,each: 21.875 h x 14 w in (56 x 36 cm) Signed and numbered to lower left of three works '12/20 Hedda Sterne' and '7/20 Hedda Sterne'. These works are numbers 7 and 12 from the edition of 20 printed and published by Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Inc., Los Angeles. Provenance: CDS Gallery, New York | Collection of Clara Diament Sujo This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • Hedda Sterne, Untitled (from the Reflections series)
      Dec. 14, 2023

      Hedda Sterne, Untitled (from the Reflections series)

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      Hedda Sterne Untitled (from the Reflections series) 1983 oil pastel on canvas 36 h x 24.125 w in (91 x 61 cm) Signed and dated to verso 'Hedda Sterne 83'. Provenance: CDS Gallery, New York | Collection of Clara Diament Sujo This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • HEDDA LINDENBERG STERNE (1910 - 2011, ROMANIAN/AMERICAN) Untitled.
      Nov. 30, 2023

      HEDDA LINDENBERG STERNE (1910 - 2011, ROMANIAN/AMERICAN) Untitled.

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      HEDDA LINDENBERG STERNE (1910 - 2011, ROMANIAN/AMERICAN) Untitled. Monoprint on paper. Signed, H. Sterne, lower right. 280x330 mm; 11x13 inches.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Untitled
      Nov. 16, 2023

      Untitled

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Art House: The Collection of Chara Schreyer Hedda Sterne 1910 - 2011 Untitled signed and dated 1955 (lower right) watercolor on paperboard 13 ⅜ by 9 ¾ in. 34 by 24.8 cm. Executed in 1955.

      Sotheby's
    • Road #7
      Nov. 13, 2023

      Road #7

      Est: $400,000 - $600,000

      Property from an Important Private American Collection Hedda Sterne 1910 – 2011 Road #7 signed Hedda Sterne (upper right); signed again twice, titled Road and dated 1956 (on the reverse)  oil and spray paint on canvas 60 by 35 in. 152.4 by 89 cm. Executed in 1956.

      Sotheby's
    • HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled oil on canvas 30 1/8 x 16 in. (76.5 x 40.
      Sep. 29, 2023

      HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled oil on canvas 30 1/8 x 16 in. (76.5 x 40.

      Est: $80,000 - $120,000

      HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled oil on canvas 30 1/8 x 16 in. (76.5 x 40.6 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Untitled
      Sep. 28, 2023

      Untitled

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Hedda Sterne 1910 - 2011 Untitled signed (lower right); signed and dated 1967 (on the verso) ink on paper 19 ⅞ by 19 ⅞ in. 50.5 by 50.5 cm. Executed in 1967. 

      Sotheby's
    • HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled #2 oil, pastel and graphite on canvas 35
      Jul. 18, 2023

      HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled #2 oil, pastel and graphite on canvas 35

      Est: $100,000 - $150,000

      HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled #2 oil, pastel and graphite on canvas 35 7/8 x 23 3/4 in. (90.7 x 59.2 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Further I
      May. 19, 2023

      Further I

      Est: $200,000 - $300,000

      Property from the Estate of Clara Diament Sujo Hedda Sterne 1910 - 2011 Further I signed and dated 1985 (on the reverse) oil, pastel and graphite on canvas 72⅛ by 52 in. 183.2 by 132.1 cm. Executed in 1985.

      Sotheby's
    • HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled acrylic and pastel on canvas 52 1/8 x 52
      Mar. 10, 2023

      HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled acrylic and pastel on canvas 52 1/8 x 52

      Est: $180,000 - $250,000

      HEDDA STERNE (1910-2011) Untitled acrylic and pastel on canvas 52 1/8 x 52 1/8 in. (132.4 x 132.4 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Hedda Sterne, Confidences
      Nov. 15, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Confidences

      Est: €400 - €700

      watercolour and pencil on paper, 26,5 × 36 cm

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Thoughts
      Oct. 25, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Thoughts

      Est: €400 - €700

      ballpoint pen, pencil and crayons on paper, 32 × 24 cm

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Romania / New York (1910-2011), untitled, 1991, oil on canvas, 36"H x 23 3/4"W. 40"H x 27 3/4"W (frame)
      Jul. 23, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Romania / New York (1910-2011), untitled, 1991, oil on canvas, 36"H x 23 3/4"W. 40"H x 27 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $30,000 - $50,000

      Hedda Sterne Romania / New York, (1910-2011) untitled, 1991 oil on canvas signed and dated verso. Provenance: purchased from CDS Gallery, NYC, in 2000. Biography from the archives of AskArt: Hedda Sterne was the only female member of the small, rebel mid-century group of 28 artists known as the "Irascibles", which included Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Clyford Still and Theodoros Stamos. They challenged the Metropolitan Museum of Art by protesting a juried exhibition intended to increase the museum's collection of contemporary art. In 1950, these artists banded together and signed a petition accusing the curator and director of loading the jury with critics hostile to "advanced art," particularly Abstract Expressionism. Such would be a great catalyst for the movement, drawing significant press coverage and public awareness. Hedda Sterne is known for her divergence from using mediums and forms contemporaneous with the times. She was one of the first to experiment with acrylic spray paint and also the return of the tondo shape to the art market. The year 1941, was a landmark year for Sterne as her move to New York was overshadowed by her inclusion in the Art of This Century exhibition, funded by the Guggenheim. It was here where notable dealer Betty Parsons discovered Sterne's work and gave her a solo exhibition at the Betty Parsons Gallery in 1943 and it was for this exhibition that Sterne first presented her use of circular canvases to create the Tondo Series. These tondos are mounted on a central axis so the viewer can turn them at will to gain varying perspectives. A pioneer in her use of both medium and form, Sterne used the tondo throughout the balance of her career. The theme of Sterne's works during the 1940's and 1950's was essentially machine-based, influenced by her early studies in France with Surrealism and abstraction. Some of her early works, including the New York Series from the 1950's, depicted "hurtling trains, derricks, and bridges as though they were looming monsters". It was a highly successful endeavor by the artist to portray the pace and power of the big city. Sterne's use of acrylic spray paint allowed her to echo speed and motion while also discovering that illusion of depth could be achieved without the use of traditional laws of perspective. It was also during this time period that she became associated with the New York School, and as a result began using more primary colors. Sterne's work is represented in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the Whitney, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Art Institute of Chicago. © 2008 Levis Fine Art, Inc.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Hedda Sterne 1990 Untitled Abstraction oil and pastel on canvas
      Jun. 11, 2022

      Hedda Sterne 1990 Untitled Abstraction oil and pastel on canvas

      Est: $15,000 - $25,000

      Sterne, Hedda Lindenberg (Romanian/American, 1910-2011), Untitled, 1990, oil and pastel on canvas, 36 x 24 inches, signed, dated and inscribed for Stephanie on canvas reverse, unframed. Provenance: Gift of the Artist, New York; Stephanie Ulmer, New York; the current owner, Pittsburgh, PA. Hedda Sterne is one of the many European artists dislocated by the Second World War who found refuge in the United States. Born in Bucharest, Romania in 1916 as Hedda Lindenberg to a highly cultured family, she was unusually gifted in languages as a child. She studied philosophy and art history at Bucharest University from 1932 to 1934, though she did not get her degree. Sterne, however, did study art in Vienna and Paris, where she became part of the group of Surrealists, exhibiting while quite young in the Paris Salon of Surrealist Independents in 1938. She was especially influenced by Victor Brauner, a Rumanian artist she had known in Bucharest as well as Paris. The early to mid-40s were important to Sterne both on a personal and artistic basis. She emigrated to the United States in 1941, became an American citizen, and divorced her first husband, Ben Sterne in 1944, whom she had married in 1938, and married cartoonist Saul Steinberg from whom she separated in the 1960s. Because of the Surrealist inclinations of Sterne and Peggy Guggenheim, Sterne had shown work at Guggenheim's Art of This Century Gallery in 1941. Sterne's long-time-dealer-to-be, Betty Parsons, saw her work there and gave Sterne a show in 1943. In 1950, "Life" magazine featured Sterne as a "promising young American painter" (Rubinstein 276) and in 1951 was featured in the same magazine with her husband in an article tilted "Steinberg and Sterne". The subject matter of Sterne's paintings was essentially machine-based during the 40s and 50s, whether Surrealist or more abstract in style. Some of her works depicted hurtling trains, derricks, and bridges as though they were looming monsters. She also did semi-abstract cityscapes, and increasingly non-objective paintings with horizontal bands and stripes of color. Though Sterne was associated with the painters who would become famous as first generation Abstract-Expressionists (Pollock, De Kooning, et al), and appeared with them as the only woman in the 1950 photograph by Nina Lean of those then known as "The Irrascibles," she never painted in an Abstract-Expressionist style. In 1973, she received a Fulbright Fellowship to study in Venice. Exhibitions include retrospectives at the Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey, in 1977 and Queens Museum, New York, in 1985.

      Concept Art Gallery
    • Sterne, Hedda (1910-2011) Untitled (The Vertical Horizontals I, II, IV and V).
      Jun. 02, 2022

      Sterne, Hedda (1910-2011) Untitled (The Vertical Horizontals I, II, IV and V).

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Sterne, Hedda (1910-2011) Untitled (The Vertical Horizontals I, II, IV and V). Albuquerque: Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico, 1967. Group of four lithographs on Copperplate Deluxe paper, full margins, each from an edition of twenty and signed and numbered in pencil, lower margin, very good impressions of these scarce lithographs, 22 x 14 in. (sheets) Tamarind 2021-22 and 2024-25.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • HEDDA STERNE (1910 - 2011, AMERICAN) Untitled.
      May. 26, 2022

      HEDDA STERNE (1910 - 2011, AMERICAN) Untitled.

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      HEDDA STERNE (1910 - 2011, AMERICAN) Untitled. Ink on paper, 1968. 18.4x29.2 mm; 7 1/4x11 1/2 inches. Inscribed, To Ben / love, signed, Hedda, and dated 1968, on verso. Provenance: Private collection.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Hedda Sterne, Thoughts to Self
      May. 17, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Thoughts to Self

      Est: €400 - €700

      watercolour and tempera on cardboard, 35,5 × 25,5 cm

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne (USA 1910-2011) Untitled MM Visage
      Mar. 26, 2022

      Hedda Sterne (USA 1910-2011) Untitled MM Visage

      Est: $100 - $300

      Hedda Lindenberg Sterne (AMERICAN / NEW YORK / FRANCE, 1910 - 2011) original mixed media pencil drawing with pastel depicting a face. Unsigned. Has CDS, New York gallery label to verso of frame. Laid in white painted wooden frame with mat. Paper measures approx. 12 1/4" height x 9" width. Measures approx. 19 3/4" height x 17" width overall including frame. Appears in overall good condition.

      Joshua Kodner
    • Hedda Sterne, Untitled
      Mar. 10, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Untitled

      Est: $15,000 - $25,000

      Hedda Sterne Untitled 1983 pastel on canvas 30 h × 23.875 w in (76 × 61 cm) Signed, dated and inscribed to verso 'Hedda Sterne 83 for Clara with love Sept 7 2004'. Provenance: The Artist | CDS Gallery, New York Exhibited: Hedda Sterne: Paintings, 2 February - 17 March 2007, CDS Gallery, New York This work will ship from Rago in Lambertville, New Jersey. Condition of the item is not included in this description. Condition reports are available from Rago upon request. Rago strongly recommends that you review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Email [email protected] to request a condition report.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • Hedda Sterne, Self-portrait
      Jan. 25, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Self-portrait

      Est: €400 - €700

      etching and needle engraving, 25 × 16,5 cm,

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Composition
      Jan. 25, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Composition

      Est: €300 - €500

      ballpoint pen on paper, 32,5 × 25 cm,

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Acrobats
      Jan. 25, 2022

      Hedda Sterne, Acrobats

      Est: €300 - €500

      charcoal on paper, 32 × 25 cm,

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Metamorphosis
      Nov. 16, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, Metamorphosis

      Est: €400 - €700

      tempera on paper, 29 × 24,5 cm,

      A10 by Artmark
    • HEDDA STERNE Untitled (The Vertical Horizontals I, II, IV and V).
      Nov. 16, 2021

      HEDDA STERNE Untitled (The Vertical Horizontals I, II, IV and V).

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      HEDDA STERNE Untitled (The Vertical Horizontals I, II, IV and V). Group of 4 lithographs on Copperplate Deluxe paper, 1967. 559x356 mm; 22x14 inches (sheets), full margins. Each an edition of 20. Each signed and numbered in pencil, lower margin. Published by the Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Very good impressions of these scarce lithographs. Tamarind 2021-22 and 2024-25.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Hedda Sterne, Untitled Drawing (Blossoms)
      Nov. 10, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, Untitled Drawing (Blossoms)

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Hedda Sterne Untitled Drawing (Blossoms) c. 1996 pencil, oil crayon and pastel on paper 12.25 h × 9.125 w in (31 × 23 cm) Signed and inscribed to verso 'Directions for use for the Mama of the Orchids love H'. Provenance: The Artist | CDS Gallery, New York This work will ship from Rago in Lambertville, New Jersey. Condition of the item is not included in this description. Condition reports are available from Rago upon request. Rago strongly recommends that you review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Email [email protected] to request a condition report.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • Hedda Sterne, Untitled (Tree)
      Nov. 10, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, Untitled (Tree)

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Hedda Sterne Untitled (Tree) 1994 oil pastel on canvas 40 h × 25.875 w in (102 × 66 cm) Signed and dated to verso 'Hedda Sterne Sept 1994'. Provenance: The Artist | CDS Gallery, New York Exhibited: Hedda Sterne, 18 February - 31 March 1995, CDS Gallery, New York Literature: Hedda Sterne, CDS Gallery exhibition catalog, unpaginated This work will ship from Rago in Lambertville, New Jersey. Condition of the item is not included in this description. Condition reports are available from Rago upon request. Rago strongly recommends that you review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Email [email protected] to request a condition report.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • Hedda Sterne, New York / France (1910-2011), Untitled (Flowers, still-life), 1975, ink on paper, 11 3/4"H x 10 1/2"W (sight), 18 1/4"W x 16 3/4"W (frame)
      Oct. 09, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, New York / France (1910-2011), Untitled (Flowers, still-life), 1975, ink on paper, 11 3/4"H x 10 1/2"W (sight), 18 1/4"W x 16 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Hedda Sterne New York / France, (1910-2011) Untitled (Flowers, still-life), 1975 ink on paper Signed, dated verso. Includes copy of the signature. Provenance: From a private collector, Indianapolis. Biography from Levis Fine Art: Hedda Sterne was the only female member of the small, rebel mid-century group of 28 artists known as the "Irascibles", which included Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Clyford Still and Theodoros Stamos. They challenged the Metropolitan Museum of Art by protesting a juried exhibition intended to increase the museum's collection of contemporary art. In 1950, these artists banded together and signed a petition accusing the curator and director of loading the jury with critics hostile to "advanced art," particularly Abstract Expressionism. Such would be a great catalyst for the movement, drawing significant press coverage and public awareness. Hedda Sterne is known for her divergence from using mediums and forms contemporaneous with the times. She was one of the first to experiment with acrylic spray paint and also the return of the tondo shape to the art market. The year 1941, was a landmark year for Sterne as her move to New York was overshadowed by her inclusion in the Art of This Century exhibition, funded by the Guggenheim. It was here where notable dealer Betty Parsons discovered Sterne's work and gave her a solo exhibition at the Betty Parsons Gallery in 1943 and it was for this exhibition that Sterne first presented her use of circular canvases to create the Tondo Series. These tondos are mounted on a central axis so the viewer can turn them at will to gain varying perspectives. A pioneer in her use of both medium and form, Sterne used the tondo throughout the balance of her career. The theme of Sterne's works during the 1940's and 1950's was essentially machine-based, influenced by her early studies in France with Surrealism and abstraction. Some of her early works, including the New York Series from the 1950's, depicted "hurtling trains, derricks, and bridges as though they were looming monsters". It was a highly successful endeavor by the artist to portray the pace and power of the big city. Sterne's use of acrylic spray paint allowed her to echo speed and motion while also discovering that illusion of depth could be achieved without the use of traditional laws of perspective. It was also during this time period that she became associated with the New York School, and as a result began using more primary colors. Sterne's work is represented in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the Whitney, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Hedda Sterne, Medi Dinu
      Sep. 23, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, Medi Dinu

      Est: -

      Medi Dinu, watercolour on paper, 44,5 × 31,5 cm, signed bottom right, with pencil, ''Medi de Heda"

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, New York / France (1910-2011), Posy, 1974, ink on paper, 12"H x 10 1/4"W (image), 18 1/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)
      May. 01, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, New York / France (1910-2011), Posy, 1974, ink on paper, 12"H x 10 1/4"W (image), 18 1/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $500 - $700

      Hedda Sterne New York / France, (1910-2011) Posy, 1974 ink on paper Signed, dated, and titled verso. Includes copy of the signature. Biography from Levis Fine Art: Hedda Sterne was the only female member of the small, rebel mid-century group of 28 artists known as the "Irascibles", which included Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Clyford Still and Theodoros Stamos. They challenged the Metropolitan Museum of Art by protesting a juried exhibition intended to increase the museum's collection of contemporary art. In 1950, these artists banded together and signed a petition accusing the curator and director of loading the jury with critics hostile to "advanced art," particularly Abstract Expressionism. Such would be a great catalyst for the movement, drawing significant press coverage and public awareness. Hedda Sterne is known for her divergence from using mediums and forms contemporaneous with the times. She was one of the first to experiment with acrylic spray paint and also the return of the tondo shape to the art market. The year 1941, was a landmark year for Sterne as her move to New York was overshadowed by her inclusion in the Art of This Century exhibition, funded by the Guggenheim. It was here where notable dealer Betty Parsons discovered Sterne's work and gave her a solo exhibition at the Betty Parsons Gallery in 1943 and it was for this exhibition that Sterne first presented her use of circular canvases to create the Tondo Series. These tondos are mounted on a central axis so the viewer can turn them at will to gain varying perspectives. A pioneer in her use of both medium and form, Sterne used the tondo throughout the balance of her career. The theme of Sterne's works during the 1940's and 1950's was essentially machine-based, influenced by her early studies in France with Surrealism and abstraction. Some of her early works, including the New York Series from the 1950's, depicted "hurtling trains, derricks, and bridges as though they were looming monsters". It was a highly successful endeavor by the artist to portray the pace and power of the big city. Sterne's use of acrylic spray paint allowed her to echo speed and motion while also discovering that illusion of depth could be achieved without the use of traditional laws of perspective. It was also during this time period that she became associated with the New York School, and as a result began using more primary colors. Sterne's work is represented in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the Whitney, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Hedda Sterne, Black and Orange Abstract
      Apr. 29, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, Black and Orange Abstract

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Hedda Sterne Black and Orange Abstract oil on canvas 20 h × 24 w in (51 × 61 cm) Signed to upper right 'Hedda Sterne'. Provenance: Betty Parsons Gallery, New York condition: Work shows light overall surface soiling and faint hairline cracking along lower edge as well as one very small area at lower right quadrant only visible upon close examination. Wear with losses to paint along all four edges and one area of accretion to upper left corner. Small puncture measuring .125" at upper center. Framed without glazing measuring 21 x 25 inches.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • Hedda Sterne, The Beginning
      Apr. 20, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, The Beginning

      Est: €400 - €700

      Hedda Sterne, The Beginning, pencil and collage on paper, 40,5 × 34,5 cm,

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, The Flower Fairy
      Feb. 18, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, The Flower Fairy

      Est: €300 - €500

      Hedda Sterne, The Flower Fairy, pen and ink on paper, 28 × 20 cm, signed bottom left, with black, "Heda St."

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Dialogue in The Mirror
      Feb. 18, 2021

      Hedda Sterne, Dialogue in The Mirror

      Est: €400 - €700

      Hedda Sterne, Dialogue in The Mirror, pencil and watercolour on paper, 35,5 × 50 cm,

      A10 by Artmark
    • HEDDA STERNE (1910 - 2011, AMERICAN) Untitled.
      Dec. 03, 2020

      HEDDA STERNE (1910 - 2011, AMERICAN) Untitled.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      HEDDA STERNE (1910 - 2011, AMERICAN) Untitled. Oil on canvas, 1962. 717x584 mm; 28 1/4x23 inches. Signed, Hedda Sterne upper left. Provenance: The artist; Gifted to Dr Richard Stern, (the artist's dentist).

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Hedda Sterne, The Dance
      Nov. 11, 2020

      Hedda Sterne, The Dance

      Est: €300 - €500

      The Dance

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Imagination
      Nov. 11, 2020

      Hedda Sterne, Imagination

      Est: €300 - €500

      Imagination

      A10 by Artmark
    • HEDDA STERNE, American (1910–2011), Baldanders 1 Baldanders 2 (A Pair) , India ink on linen, signed lower right (a) "H. Sterne" (b)...
      Sep. 17, 2020

      HEDDA STERNE, American (1910–2011), Baldanders 1 Baldanders 2 (A Pair) , India ink on linen, signed lower right (a) "H. Sterne" (b)...

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      HEDDA STERNE American (1910–2011) Baldanders 1 Baldanders 2 (A Pair) India ink on linen, signed lower right (a) "H. Sterne" (b) "Hedda Sterne" 29 x 19 1/4 inches (sight, each) Provenance: The Betty Parsons Gallery, New York, New York; Sotheby's Arcade, New York, New York, February 12, 1991, lot 395; The Jeanne and Carroll Berry Collection, Atlanta, Georgia. Exhibitions: Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, March 4 - May 31, 2007; Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, "Advanced and Irascible: Abstract Expressionism from the Collection of Jeanne and Carroll Berry," Jan. 14 - Apr. 30, 2017. Other Notes: In a letter dated Oct. 1, 2003 from CDS Gallery to Mr. Caroll Berry Gallery Director, Clara D. Sujo, notes, " Baldanders is a play of words from two German terms that mean soon and different, which implies that the images change every time you look at them. Executed in the 1960s, the works are not portraits and have no relation to automatic writing, as the aim was to stimulate the imagination of the viewer." Tags: The Berry Collection, Irascibles, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Expressionist, works on paper, 20th century, post war, American, New York school

      Shannon's
    • Clandestine meeting
      Jun. 11, 2020

      Clandestine meeting

      Est: €300 - €500

      Clandestine meeting

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Moses and the Commandments
      May. 19, 2020

      Hedda Sterne, Moses and the Commandments

      Est: €300 - €500

      Hedda Sterne, Moses and the Commandments

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Spring
      May. 19, 2020

      Hedda Sterne, Spring

      Est: €300 - €500

      Hedda Sterne, Spring

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Totalitarianism
      Jul. 09, 2019

      Hedda Sterne, Totalitarianism

      Est: €300 - €500

      Totalitarianism

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Selfportrait
      Jul. 09, 2019

      Hedda Sterne, Selfportrait

      Est: €300 - €500

      Selfportrait

      A10 by Artmark
    • Hedda Sterne, Abstract Etching
      Dec. 15, 2018

      Hedda Sterne, Abstract Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Hedda Sterne abstract etching. Edition 3/70. Unframed. [Field: 11 x 6 3/4 inches; Sheet: 21 5/8 x 13 3/4 inches]. Water damage, light smudges. From the collection of Dr. Richard and Odile Stern.

      Roland Auctions NY
    • Hedda Sterne: Abstract Etching
      Dec. 15, 2018

      Hedda Sterne: Abstract Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Hedda Sterne abstract etching. Signed, lower left and editioned 2/20. Unframed. [Field: 11 x 6 3/4 inches; Sheet: 21 5/8 x 13 3/4 inches]. Water damage, not in main field. From the collection of Dr. Richard and Odile Stern.

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    • Hedda Sterne: Abstract Etching
      Dec. 15, 2018

      Hedda Sterne: Abstract Etching

      Est: $200 - $300

      Hedda Sterne abstract etching. Signed, lower left and editioned 19/20. Unframed. [Field: 11 x 6 3/4 inches; Sheet: 21 5/8 x 13 3/4 inches]. Water stains. From the collection of Dr. Richard and Odile Stern.

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    • Hedda Sterne (Attr. to), Night Scene
      Nov. 17, 2018

      Hedda Sterne (Attr. to), Night Scene

      Est: $200 - $300

      Attributed to Hedda Sterne, Night scene abstract. Ink and watercolor on paper. Signed in ink, lower right. Inscribed "For Dick for his Hospital Amatries, Hedda" lower right. [Image: 16 3/4 x 22 inches]. From the collection of Dr. Richard and Odile Stern.

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    • Hedda Sterne: Abstract, Ink on Paper
      Nov. 17, 2018

      Hedda Sterne: Abstract, Ink on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      Hedda Sterne (Romanian-American, 1910-2011). Abstract, ink on paper. Signed in pencil and numbered 3/20, lower left. From the collection of Dr. Richard and Odile Stern.

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    • Hedda Sterne: Abstract, Ink on Paper
      Nov. 17, 2018

      Hedda Sterne: Abstract, Ink on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      Hedda Sterne (Romanian-American, 1910-2011). Abstract, ink on paper. Signed in pencil and numbered 5/20, lower left. [Sheet size: 21 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches]. From the collection of Dr. Richard and Odile Stern.

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