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Lot: 1 - Georges Auriol. Je suis celle... 1894.

Auriol, Georges (French, 1863-1938)"Je suis celle qui ne veut pas dire son nom" (I am the one who does not want to say his name). 1894. Lithograph in colors. Signed in pencil, l.r. Fields 8. Sheet: 17 1/4" x 13 3/4" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 2 - Paul Balluriau. Crepuscule. 1897.

Balluriau, Paul (French, 1860-1917). "Crepuscule." 1897. Lithograph in colors. As published by L'Estampe Moderne. Signed in the plate, l.l. Framed: 13 1/2" x 9 1/2" Condition: Very good condition. Scattered foxing.

Lot: 3 - Emile Henri Bernard. La Mort Du Chevalier. 1892.

Bernard, Emile Henri (French, 1868 - 1941). 3 impressions: "La Mort Du Chevalier" (alt title: "Le Depart Du Chevalier"). 1892. Woodcut with hand color. Stamped signature, l.r. Editioned in pencil, l.l. Edition 90, 91, and 98 out of 200. Sheet:

Lot: 4 - Bracquemond. La terrasse de la Villa... 1876.

Bracquemond, Félix (French, 1833-1914). "La terrasse de la Villa Brancas." 1876. Etching and drypoint with aquatint. Early working state. Signed and dated in the plate, l.r. Beraldi 215. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 5 - Aroun-al-Raxid. L'Assiette au Beurre. c.1902.

Brunelleschi, Umberto [Pseudonym: Aroun-al-Raxid] (Italian, 1879-1949). One complete issue of L'Assiette au Beurre, containing caricature portraits of French artists: Gerome, Henner, Rodin, Carriere, Detaille, L'Hermitte and others. Color

Lot: 6 - Hans Christiansen. L'heure du berger. 1898.

Christiansen, Hans (German, 1866-1945). "L'heure du berger" (Hour of the Shepherd). March 1898. Pochoir, lithograph. As published by L'Estampe Moderne. Signed in the plate, l.r. Framed: 15 1/2" x 10" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 7 - Edward Henry Gordon Craig. Sir Henry Irving.

Craig, Edward Henry Gordon (British, 1872-1966). "Sir Henry Irving." n.d. Linocut/woodblock print. Signed in pink pencil, lower margin. Image: 7" x 4 1/2" Sheet: 7 5/8" x 5" Matting: 9 1/4" x 7 1/4" Condition: Corners laid down to wove sheet.

Lot: 8 - Albert de Belleroche. Reclining Nude. c.1900.

de Belleroche, Albert (British, 1864-1944). Untitled (Reclining Nude). c.1900. Lithograph. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: Sheet: Matted: Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 9 - Otto Eckmann. Nachtreiher (Night Herons). 1896.

Eckmann, Otto (German, 1865-1902). "Nachtreiher" (Night Herons). 1896. Color woodcut on Japan paper. Monogrammed in the block. Image: 5 3/8" x 9 3/4" Sheet: 7" x 11 1/2" Matted: 9" x 12 3/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Hinged to mat.

Lot: 10 - Henri Jacques Evenepoel. Au Square. 1897.

Evenepoel, Henri Jacques (French, 1972-1899). "Au Square." 1897. Lithograph in colors. Printed by F. Champenois, Paris. As published by L'Estampe Moderne. Blindstamp, l.r. Signed in the plate, u.l. Plate: 13 7/8" x 9 7/8" Sheet: 15 3/4" x 12" Matted:

Lot: 11 - Hedley Fitton. West Front, Strasbourg Cathedral.

Fitton, Hedley (British, 1857-1929). "West Front, Strasbourg Cathedral." 1921. Etching and drypoint. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 26 3/4" x 17" Sheet: 33 1/2" x 23 3/8" Matted: 34" x 24" Condition: Fine impression with full margins. Repaired tear,

Lot: 12 - R. Swain Gifford. Group of 4 Etchings. c.1885.

Gifford, Robert Swain (American, 1840-1905). Group of 4 Etchings. ++ (2) "The Boat Dock." 1879. Signed and dated in the plate, l.r. One impression on tracing paper, one on wove paper. Plate: 5 3/4" x 7 3/4" Sheet: 9 3/8" x 12 1/2" and 7 1/2" x 10

Lot: 13 - Anthony Gross. Calle Gravina, Madrid. 1925.

Gross, Anthony, RA RWS (British, 1905-1984). "Calle Gravina, Madrid." 1925. Etching and drypoint. Edition of 60. Initialed and dated in the plate, u.r. Plate: 12" 6 3/8" Sheet: 15 3/4" x 9 3/4" Condition: Some mat burn. Lightly toned.

Lot: 14 - Rudolf Grossman. Der alte Gartner. 1921.

Grossman, Rudolf (German, 1882-1941). "Der alte Gartner." 1921. Drypoint etching. Edition of 200. Published Ganymed-Mappe I. Jentsch 155. Plate: 7 1/2" x 5 1/2" Matted: 18" x 12"

Lot: 15 - Sir Francis Seymour Haden. Brentford Ferry. 1864.

Haden, Sir Francis Seymour (British, 1818-1910). "Brentford Ferry." 1864. Drypoint etching. From "Etudes a l'Eau-Forte." Signed in pencil, l.r. Titled, signed and dated in the plate, l.l. Dedicated "To Whistler" in the plate, u.l. Drake 66.

Lot: 16 - Sir Francis Seymour Haden. Dusty Millers. 1877.

Haden, Sir Francis Seymour (British, 1818-1910). "Dusty Millers." 1877. Etching and drypoint. Signed and dated in the plate, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r. Harrington 182 ii/II. Schneiderman 172 v/VI. Plate: 5 3/8" x 8 7/16" Sheet: 7 7/8" x 10 7/8"

Lot: 17 - Sir Francis Seymour Haden. Sonning Bank. 1868.

Haden, Sir Francis Seymour (British, 1818-1910). "Sonning Bank" or "Bit of River Bank." 1868. Etching and drypoint. Harrington 116. Schneiderman 106 iv/V. Image: 4" x 6" Sheet: 6 7/8" x 10 1/8" Matted: 16" x 20" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 18 - Paul César Helleu. Portrait of a Young Lady.

Helleu, Paul César (French, 1859-1927). "Portrait of a Young Lady." c.1900. Drypoint etching. Signed in black chalk, l.l. Plate: 19 3/4" x 16" Sheet: 24 3/4" x 21 1/4" Matted: 26" x 22" Condition: Fine impression. Tears at the top margin edge.

Lot: 19 - Peter Ilsted. En Regnvejrsdag (Rainy Day). 1931.

Ilsted, Peter Vilhelm (Danish, 1861-1933). "En Regnvejrsdag" (Rainy Day). 1931. Mezzotint on Chine colle paper. Stamped signature, l.r. Olufsen/Svensson 71. Framed: 24 3/4" x 26 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 20 - Peter Ilsted. The Dining Room at Liselund. 1917.

Ilsted, Peter Vilhelm (Danish, 1861-1933). "The Dining Room at Liselund." 1917. Mezzotint. Singed in pencil, l.r. Olufsen/Svensson 36. Sheet: 22 1/4" x 19 1/2" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 21 - Peter Ilsted. Et Skovled / Gate in a Wood. 1930.

Ilsted, Peter Vilhelm (Danish, 1861-1933). "Et Skovled Farve" or "Gate in a Wood." 1930. Mezzotint in colors. Edition of 50. Stamped signature, l.r. Image: 7 1/2" x 9 3/8" Framed: 14" x 15 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 22 - Peter Ilsted. Garden, Villa d'Este. 1923.

Ilsted, Peter Vilhelm (Danish, 1861-1933). "Garden, Villa d'Este." 1923. Mezzotint in colors. Stamped signature, l.r. Plate: 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" Framed: 11 3/4" x 14" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 23 - Peter Ilsted. Dried Flowers and Under Wine Leaves.

Ilsted, Peter Vilhelm (Danish, 1861-1933). Two prints. ++ "Herbstliche Blüten" or "Still Life of Dried Flowers." Mezzotint in colors. Edition of 30. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 5" x 9 1/8" Sheet: 7 5/8" x 11 1/4" ++ "Under the Wine Leaves."

Lot: 24 - Kollwitz. Frau mit übereinandergelegten

Kollwitz, Käthe (German, 1867–1945). "Frau mit übereinandergelegten händen" (Woman with folded hands). 1898. Etching with stippling and engraving. Fourth state of six. In margin: "Orig. Rad. von Käthe Kollwitz. Verlag von

Lot: 25 - Käthe Kollwitz. "Sturm" The Weavers Revolt.

Kollwitz, Käthe (German, 1867-1945). "Sturm" from Ein Weberaufstand (The Weavers Revolt). 1897. Etching and drypoint. Blindstamp: "A.V.D. Becke Muenchen 22" l.l. Klipstein 33. Knesebeck 37 Vd. Framed: 17 1/2" x 21 1/2" Condition: Near fine

Lot: 26 - Käthe Kollwitz. Gesenkter Frauenkopf. 1905.

Kollwitz, Käthe (German, 1867–1945). "Gesenkter Frauenkopf" (Woman with Bowed Head). 1905. Soft-ground etching. Fourth state of five. Signed in ink, l.r. In margin: "Orig. Rad. von Käthe Kollwitz. Verlag von Emil Richter, Dresden.

Lot: 27 - Maxime Lalanne. Paris, vue prise du

Lalanne, Maxime (French, 1827-1886). "Paris, vue prise du Trocadéro (Exposition Universelle de 1867)." Etching and aquatint. Beraldi 47. Lalanne 42. Villet 41 ii/III. Matted:

Lot: 28 - Maxime Lalanne. Rue des Marmousets. 1862-63.

Lalanne, Maxime (French, 1827-1886). "Rue des Marmousets (Vieux Paris)." 1862. Etching. From Eaux-fortes modernes publiées pas la Societe des Aquafortistes, Vol. 1, 1863, plate 15. Villet 1, iv/IV. Beraldi 1. Signed in the plate, l.r. Printed by

Lot: 29 - Les Maîtres de L'Affiche. Théophile

Steinlen, Théophile Alexandre (French, 1859-1923). "Le Coupable." From "Les Maîtres de L'Affiche," pl. 134 Lithograph in colors. Blindstamp of the publisher lower right Printed by Chaix, Paris. Sheet, approximately: 15 5/8" x 11 3/8"

Lot: 30 - Les Maîtres de L'Affiche. 4 Plates.

Four plates from Les Maîtres de L'Affiche. c.1895-1900. Lithographs in color. Imprimerie Chaix, Paris. Publisher blindstamp l.r. Sheet, approximately: 15 5/8" x 11 3/8" ++ Charles Herbert Woodbury (American, 1864-1940). "The July Century." Pl.

Lot: 31 - Les Maîtres de L'Affiche. Albert Guillaume.

Guillaume, Albert (French, 1873-1942). "Ambigu Comique Gigolette." From "Les Maîtres de L'Affiche," pl. 30. Lithograph in colors. Blindstamp of the publisher lower right Printed by Chaix, Paris. Sheet, approximately: 15 5/8" x 11 3/8" Condition:

Lot: 32 - Les Maîtres de L'Affiche. Georges de Feure.

de Feure, Georges (French, 1868-1943). Untitled (Girl Reading). From "Les Maîtres de L'Affiche." Lithograph in colors. Blindstamp of the publisher, l.r. Printed by Chaix, Paris. Sheet: 15 5/8" x 11 3/8"

Lot: 33 - Les Maîtres de L'Affiche. Jules Cheret.

Cheret, Jules (French, 1836-1932). "Camille Stefani." From "Les Maîtres de L'Affiche," pl. 93. Lithograph in colors. Blindstamp of the publisher lower right Printed by Chaix, Paris. Sheet, approximately: 15 5/8" x 11 3/8" Condition: Near fine

Lot: 34 - Kupka & Strimpl. French Satirical Lithographs.

Kupka, František (Czech, 1871-1957). 6 color lithographs from "L’Assiette au Beurre. c.1904. Sheet: 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" ++ Strimpl, Ludwik (Louis) (Czech, 1880-1937). Color lithograph from L'Assiette au Beurre. Matted: 18 3/4" x 12 1/4"

Lot: 35 - Walter Schnackenberg. Ballet und Pantomime. 1920.

Schnackenberg, Walter (German, 1880–1961). Ballet und Pantomime. 15 (of 22) plates depicting ballet figures and costumes, from edition of 850. Portfolio designed by Walter Schnackenberg, published by Georg Muller Verlag, printed in Munich,

Lot: 36 - Maximilien Luce. Couillet près Charleroi.

Luce, Maximilien (French, 1858–1941). "Couillet près Charleroi." 1895. Lithograph. Edition 14 of 35. Signed in the plate, l.l., titled, l.r. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Plate: 10 1/4" x 14 3/4" Sheet: 14 1/4" x 21 1/2" Matted:

Lot: 37 - Alexandre Lunois. Jeune Femme Assise au Bord

Lunois, Alexandre (French, 1863-1916). "Jeune Femme Assise au Bord de la Mer." c.1890. Lithograph. Edition of 50. Bibliotheque National Inventaire 18. Plate: 25 1/4" x 19 5/8" Sheet: 26 3/8" x 20 11/16" Matted: 33" x 25" Condition: Very good

Lot: 38 - Alexandre Lunois. L'Embarquement... 1895.

Lunois, Alexandre (French, 1863-1916). "L'Embarquement ou La Partie de canot." 1895. Color lithograph on velin. Edition 21 of 30. Signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 10 5/8" x 16" Framed: 18" x 22" Condition: Light foxing along left margin. Lovely

Lot: 39 - Édouard Manet. Portrait of Berthe Morisot.

Manet, Édouard (French, 1832-1883). "Berthe Morisot." 1872. Etching and drypoint on paper with original decorative tissue guard. Sheet: 10 1/8" x 8" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 40 - Édouard Manet. Pariserin. 1874.

Manet, Édouard (French, 1832-1883). "Pariserin" or "La Parisienne [Mme. de Callias]." 1874. Wood engraving by Prunaire from a drawing by Manet. Original decorative tissue guard. Signed in the plate, l.r. M-N 99, Guerin 90, Rosenthal 102, Hanson

Lot: 41 - Mary Nimmo Moran, Gloamin' and the Mirk, 1883

Moran, Mary Nimmo (American, 1843-1899). "‘Tween the Gloamin’ and the Mirk." Etching in black ink on cream wove paper. Signed and dated within plate, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.l. Framed: 16" x 14" Condition Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 42 - Mary Nimmo Moran. The Goose Pond. 1881.

Moran, Mary Nimmo (American, 1843-1899). "The Goose Pond, East Hampton." 1881. Etching in black ink on cream wove paper. Signed and dated within plate, l.c. Signed in pencil, l.l. Framed: 12 1/4" x 10 1/4" Condition Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 43 - Thomas Moran. Seacliff Etching. c.1880

Moran, Thomas (American, 1837-1926). Etching of a seacliff with waves. Signed within plate, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.l. Framed: 15" x 17" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Scattered foxing.

Lot: 44 - Alfredo Müller. L'Angelus. 1897.

Müller, Alfredo (Italian, 1869-1940). "L'Angelus." 1897. Color aquatint and etching. Edition of 6 of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: Addl Info: Includes Certificate of Authenticity from Merrill Chase, Chicago. Condition:

Lot: 45 - Joseph Pennell. Below Chestnut Street Bridge, Phil

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1926). "Below Chestnut Street Bridge, Philadelphia." 1884. Etching and plate tone on ivory wove paper. Signed in pencil, l.r. Wuerth 88. Plate: 11 7/8" x 10" Sheet: 18 3/8" x 15 1/4" Condition: Good condition. Toned. 6

Lot: 46 - Joseph Pennell. Pittsburg. 1909.

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1926). "Pittsburg." 1909. Etching and aquatint. On thin Japan paper. Signed in pencil, l.c. Plate: 8 1/4" x 11 7/8" Sheet: 9 1/2" x 12 3/4" Condition: Some rippling within the plate impression.

Lot: 47 - Joseph Pennell. City Scenes. c.1919-20.

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1926). Group of 4 prints depicting city life. ++ "From the Station to the Hotel - Pennsylvania Station, New York." 1919. Etching. Edition of c.50. Signed in pencil, l.r. Wuerth 709. Plate: 11 3/4" x 8" ++ "Broad

Lot: 48 - Joseph Pennell. Coal Mine, Longport & Down the Bay

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1926). Pair of etchings. ++ "Coal Mine, Longport." 1909. Edition of c.40. Signed in pencil, l.r. Wuerth 544. Plate: 8" x 10 3/8" ++ "Down the Bay." 1921. Edition of c.40. Signed in pencil, l.r. Wuerth 780. Plate: 5" x

Lot: 49 - Joseph Pennell. Two Etchings. 1904-1909.

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1926). Pair of etchings. ++ "Edgar Thomson Works, Bessemer." 1909. Edition of 90. Wuerth 517. Plate: 11" x 8" Sheet: 19" x 12 1/2" ++ "Saint Martin's Bridge, Toledo." 1904. From the unsigned Studio edition. Wuerth 312.

Lot: 50 - Joseph Pennell. City Street. Watercolor.

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1925). Untitled (City Street). Watercolor on paper. Signed in ink, l.r. 11 1/2" x 8 1/2" Condition: As photographed.

Lot: 51 - Joseph Pennell. St Martin's Bridge, Toledo. 1904

Pennell, Joseph (American, 1857-1926)."Saint Martin's Bridge, Toledo." 1904. Etching. From the unsigned Studio edition. Wuerth 312. Plate: 7 7/8" x 9 7/8" Sheet: 8" x 10" Condition: As photographed. Open losses to margins.

Lot: 52 - Lucien Pissarro. 3 Prints. 1891-1919.

Pissarro, Lucien (French, 1863-1944). Group of three prints, one framed, two matted. ++ "In the Field," from the "Queen of the Fishes." 1894/1897. 5 block color woodcut with gold. Edition of 150. From Charles Shannon's 'The Pageant' Vol. 2. Framed:

Lot: 53 - Jean-François Raffaëlli. Three etchings.

Raffaëlli, Jean-François (French, 1850-1924). Group of 3 etchings. ++ "Le terrain perdu." 1894. Etching and drypoint. State 2 of 2. Delteil 16. Plate: 5 1/2" x 7 3/4" ++ "La Bièvre." 1880. Etching and drypoint. Signed in the plate,

Lot: 54 - Jean-François Raffaëlli. Le Chiffonier

Raffaëlli, Jean-François (French, 1850-1924). Pair of etchings. "Le Chiffonier." 1911. Etching, aquatint, and drypoint. Each signed in the plate, l.l. Delteil 97. One colored, one uncolored. Plate: 8 3/4" x 4 1/2" Matted (largest): 14 1/4"

Lot: 55 - Jean-François Raffaëlli. Two Etchings.

Raffaëlli, Jean-François (French, 1850-1924). Pair of etchings. ++ "Au Coin de la Route." Etching and drypoint. Signed in the plate, l.l. Delteil 88. ++ "Jardins de banlieu" or "La Neige (Soleil Couchant)." Etching and drypoint. Signed in

Lot: 56 - Jean François Raffaëlli. La Chaumiere.

Raffaëlli, Jean François (French, 1850-1924). "La Chaumiere." 1914. Color etching. Signed and editioned in pencil, l.r. Edition 92 of 200. Printed on Japan paper. Bloch 253; Geiser 291. Framed: 19 3/4" x 16 1/4" Condition: Very good

Lot: 57 - Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Baigneuse Debout. 1910

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste (French, 1841-1919). "Baigneuse debout à mi-jambes" (Bather standing, three quarter view). c.1910. Drypoint etching on laid paper. Published in "Theodore Duret's Manet and the French Impressionists." Delteil 23. Stella 23.

Lot: 58 - Henri Riviere. Le Lavoir au Haut-Trestraou. 1895.

Riviere, Henri (French, 1864-1951). "Le Lavoir au Haut-Trestraou." 1895. Lithograph in colors. Imprimerie Eugene Verneau, Paris. Image: 6" x 9" Sheet: 8" x 11 1/2" Condition: Very good condition. Slight toning. Lovely coloration.

Lot: 59 - Henri Riviere. Paris, L'Île des Cygnes. 1900.

Riviere, Henri (French, 1864-1951). "Paris, L'Île des Cygnes," from the series "Paysages Parisiens." 1900. Lithograph in colors. Signed in the plate, l.l. Sheet: 20 1/2" x 31 3/4" Condition: Mounted to board. Small loss to left margin.

Lot: 60 - Manuel Robbe. Le Coquillage. 1906.

Robbe, Manuel (French, 1872-1936). "Le Coquillage." 1906. Aquatint. Early sepia state. Unsigned. Perussaux 23. Weisberg 18. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 61 - Manuel Robbe. Cabinet de Toilette. 1904.

Robbe, Manuel (French, 1872-1936). "Le Cabinet de Toilette." 1904. Etching and aquatint. Edition of 65. Signed in pencil, l.r. Merrill Chase 17. Image: 17 1/2" x 11 3/4" Sheet: 21 3/4" x 15 1/4"

Lot: 62 - Manuel Robbe. Femmes au Piano. c.1905.

Robbe, Manuel (French, 1872-1936). "Femmes au Piano." c.1905. Colored aquatint. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r. MC 39, M.46. Framed: 17" x 11 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 63 - Maud Hunt Squire. Knitting. 1907.

Squire, Maud Hunt (American, 1873-1954). "Knitting." Paris, 1907. Color etching and aquatint. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Plate: 6 1/16" x 4 5/8" Sheet: 8 7/8" x 10" Addl Info: Identical print included in the permanent collection of the

Lot: 64 - James Jacques Joseph Tissot. Le Joueur D'Orgue.

Tissot, James Jacques Joseph (French, 1836-1902). "Le Joueur D'Orgue" (The Organ Grinder). 1878. Etching and drypoint. Signed and dated in the plate, l.l.: "JJ Tissot/1878" (with double "s" reversed). Includes certificate of authenticity from Merrill

Lot: 65 - Toulouse-Lautrec. Lender dansant le pas le

Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de (French, 1864-1901). "Lender dansant le pas du boléro, dans 'Chilpéric'" ([Marcelle] Lender Dancing the Boléro, Seen From the Front). 1895. Crayon lithograph, printed in olive-green ink. Edition of 50.

Lot: 66 - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Zamboula-Polka. 1901.

Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de (French, 1864-1901). "Zamboula-Polka." 1901. Original lithograph printed in black ink on wove paper. Published by Gustave Ondet, Paris. Printed by Crevel, Paris. Signed on the stone with the artist’s monogram device,

Lot: 67 - Walter Vaes. Sotto Portico, Venice (Whistler).

Vaes, Walter (Belgian, 1892-1956). "Sotto Portico, Venice, with a Portrait of Whistler." Etching and drypoint on Japan paper. Signed in the plate, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 10 15/16" x 8" Sheet: 14 1/2" x 10 7/8" Matted: 19 3/4" x 13 3/4"

Lot: 68 - Ludwig von Hofmann. Sonnige Tage. 1897.

von Hofmann, Ludwig (German, 1861-1945). "Sonnige Tage" (Sunny Days) or "Spring." 1897. Color lithograph. Plate: 6 7/8" x 11 1/4" Matted: 13" x 16 3/4" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 69 - Whistler. Alderney Street. 1881.

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (American, 1834-1903). "Alderney Street." 1881. Drypoint etching. State ii/II. Published by Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Paris, April 1881. Signed with the Butterfly in the plate. Kennedy 238. Plate: 6 7/8" x 4 1/2"

Lot: 70 - After Whistler. Thomas Way. 6 Transfer Lithographs

After James Abbott McNeill Whistler with Thomas R. Way (1851-1913). 6 transfer lithographs. Published in "The Studio." ++ "Baby Leyland." Lithograph in black and cream on wove paper. "The Studio" stamp, l.r. Sheet: 11 1/2" x 8 1/4" ++ "The Blue

Lot: 71 - Whistler. Chelsea Rags & The Studio, Baby Leyland.

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (American, 1834-1903). "Chelsea Rags." 1888. Lithograph. Signed in plate with the butterfly. Spink 26. Levy 35. Way 22. ++ After James Abbott McNeill Whistler with Thomas R. Way (1851-1913). "Baby Leyland." Published in

Lot: 72 - James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Chelsea. 1878.

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (American, 1834-1903). "Chelsea." 1878/1879. Etching. Butterfly monogram in the plate. State v/V. Published in this state in the Art Journal, 1882. Plate: 5 1/4" x 8" Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 73 - Whistler. Paul Riault the Engraver. 1879.

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (American, 1834-1903). "Paul Riault the Engraver." 1879. State iv/IV. Published in a cancelled set of etchings by the Fine Art Society, London. Condition: Loss to paper. Toning.

Lot: 74 - Anders Zorn. Seaward Skerries. 1913.

Zorn, Anders Leonard (Swedish, 1860-1920). "Seaward Skerries." 1913. Etching on ivory laid paper. Artist's monogram and date inscribed in plate, l.l. Plate: 7 1/16" × 9 13/16". Framed: 17 1/4" x 19 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 75 - Anders Zorn. Rosita Mauri. 1889.

Zorn, Anders Leonard (Swedish, 1860-1920). "Rosita Mauri." 1889. Etching on light brown wove paper. Edition of 1500. Gazette des Beaux-Arts. Signed in the plate, l.r. Delteil 34; Asplund 34. Plate: 9 3/8" x 6 1/8" Sheet: 11 1/8" x 8 1/8" Condition:

Lot: 76 - Paul and Raymond Templier. Jewelry Designs.

Templier, Paul (French, 1860-1948) and Raymond Templier (French, 1891-1968). 6 jewelry designs for rings and brooches. Watercolor, ink, graphite, and gouache on tracing paper. Each blindstamped or stamped. Matted, each: 10" x 8" Condition: Near fine

Lot: 77 - Arthur Litt. Dessins industriels. Textile Designs.

Litt, Arthur (French, 1905-1961). Group of 6 "Dessins industriels" textile designs. c.1930. Gouache on paper. Five of six stamped with Arthur Litt's atelier stamp. Five of six stamped with 5-digit inventory code: 32336, 32344, 32301, 35643, 36018.

Lot: 78 - Simon Lissim. Costume Design. Gouache.

Lissim, Simon (Russian-American, 1900-1981). Gouache costume design. November 28, 1934. Signed in pencil, l.r. Inscribed in ink, l.r. Sheet/Mat: 12 3/8" x 9 5/8" Addl Info: Inscribed (28.xi.34) to Aleksy Wdziekonski, a Polish diplomat, in gratitude

Lot: 79 - Grace Thurston Arnold Albee. Pottery. 1942.

Albee, Grace Thurston Arnold (American, 1890-1995). "Pottery - Mexico." 1942. Colored wood engraving on paper. Edition 33 of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r, titled center, editioned, l.l. Image: 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" Framed: 13 1/2" x 11 3/4" Condition: Near

Lot: 80 - Edmund Blampied. Under a Paris Bridge. 1923.

Blampied, Edmund, RE (British, 1886-1966). "Under a Paris Bridge." 1923. Lithograph. Signed in the plate, l.l., signed in margin, l.l. Ref: Appleby L.10; Print Collector’s Quarterly, vol.19, no.4, (1932) pp.305 & 310. Plate: 9 7/8" x 15"

Lot: 81 - Pierre Bonnard. Le Bonne Graveur. c.1930.

Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867-1947). "Le Bonne Graveur" (The Old Engraver). c.1930. Etching. Edition unknown. M. 114. Plate: 7 5/8" x 4 3/4" Addl Info: Not included in Francis Bouvet's catalog raisonné of Bonnard's Graphic Work, but is listed in

Lot: 82 - Pierre Bonnard. Répertoire des Pantins. 1898.

Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867-1947). "Malheureuse Adèle." Cover for "Le Répertoire des Pantins." 1898. Lithograph. Published by the Mercure de France. Signed in pencil, l.r. Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 83 - Pierre Bonnard. Figure with Cat. 1930.

Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867-1947). "Figure with Cat." Plate from "La vie de sainte Monique" by Ambroise Vollard. 1930. Transfer lithograph. Edition of 340. Initialed in the plate, l.r. Bouvet 111. Sheet: Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 84 - Pierre Bonnard. Woman with Dove. 1930.

Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867-1947). "Woman with Dove" from "La vie de sainte Monique" by Ambrose Vollard. 1930. Etching. Edition of 340. Monogrammed in the plate, l.l. Bouvet 111. Plate: 7" x 4 3/4" Condition: Good condition. Light toning and mat

Lot: 85 - Pierre Bonnard. Pair of transfer lithographs.

Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867-1947). ++ Plate 12 (page 45) from "Le crepuscule des nymphes" (Nymphs at Dusk). 1946. Transfer lithograph. Edition of 120. ++ "The Old Whaler." From "Le poisson-scie et poisson marteau." Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 86 - Pierre Bonnard. 2 plates, La vie de sainte Monique

Bonnard, Pierre (French, 1867-1947). Two plates from "La vie de sainte Monique" by Ambroise Vollard. 1930. Transfer lithographs. Edition of 340. Bouvet 111. ++ "Tiredness." Initialed in the plate, l.r. ++ "Figure with Cat." Initialed in the plate,

Lot: 87 - Georges Braque. La Charrue. 1960.

Braque, George (French, 1882-1963). "La Charrue" (The Plow). 1960. From Derriere le Mirror #119. Edition of 2500. Vallier 150. Sheet: 16" x 22 1/2". Provenance: Purchased at Phillips, London - Bayswater on September 30, 1996.

Lot: 88 - Georges Braque. La Bouteille 1914. Maeght. 1963.

Braque, Georges (French, 1882-1963). "La Bouteille 1914." 1963. Published by Maeght Editeur Paris. Edition of 300. Signed, l.l. Sheet: 12 1/4" x 10 5/8" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 89 - Georges Braque. Braque Lithographe Frontispiece.

After Georges Braque (French, 1882-1963). Frontispiece to "Braque lithographe. Notices et catalogue établis par Fernand Mourlot." 1963. Color lithograph. Monogrammed in the plate, l.r. Edition of 4125. Vallier 188. Sheet: 12 1/2" x 9 1/4" Matt:

Lot: 90 - Moulin de Vauboyen, Bievres. Braque Poster. 1971.

After Georges Braques (French, 1882-1963). Moulin de Vauboyen, Bievres, Braque Poster. Featuring "Sculptures precieuses et bijoux de Braque." 1971. Gold metallic embossing. Framed: 30" x 23 3/4" Condition: Handsomely framed and matted. Under glass,

Lot: 91 - Georges Braque. Derrière le Miroir Cover.

Braque, Georges (French, 1882-1963). Cover Page of Derrière le Miroir, Paris 1956, No. 85-86. Signed in the plate. Sheet: 12 1/2" x 11" Condition: Good condition. Light toning.

Lot: 92 - Frank Brangwyn. Scaffolding, South Kensington.

Brangwyn, Frank (British, 1867-1956). "Scaffolding, South Kensington, London." c.1924. Etching and drypoint. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 7" x 5" Sheet: 16" x 11 1/4" Condition: Very good condition. Light toning. Soft fold to upper left corner of

Lot: 93 - Gerald Brockhurst. Head of a Girl (Dorette). 1942.

Brockhurst, Gerald Leslie (British-American, 1890-1978). "Head of a Girl" (Dorette). 1942. Edition of 30. Lithograph. Signed in the plate, l.l. Sheet: 17 1/4" x 11 1/4" Addl Info: Depicts a young Kathleen Woodward (renamed Dorette), Brockhurst's

Lot: 94 - Jean-Pierre Cassigneul. Untitled. Girl in Garden.

Cassigneul, Jean-Pierre (French, b.1935). Untitled (Girl in the Garden). 20th century. Edition 54 of 100 (LIV/C). Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 95 - Federico Castellón. The Bride. 1940.

Castellón, Federico (Spanish-American, 1914-1971). "The Bride." 1940. Lithograph. Edition of 250. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 13 7/8" x 10" Sheet: 16 3/4" x 12" Condition: Toning and scattered light silverfish abrasions.

Lot: 96 - Federico Castellón. Erotica. c.1970.

Castellón, Federico (Spanish-American, 1914-1971). Pair of erotic lithographs. Printed in olive green on antique-white Rives wove paper. Signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet, each: 14 7/8" x 10 7/8" Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 97 - Jean Charlot. Tortilleras. 1947.

Charlot, Jean (American, 1898-1979). "Tortilleras." 1947. Lithograph. Edition of 250. Signed in pencil, l.r. Morse 541. Image: 13 1/2" x 9 1/2" Sheet: 13" x 16 1/2" Condition: Good condition. Toning, mat burn, and scattered light silverfish

Lot: 98 - Abdur Rahman Chughtai. The Romance.

Chughtai, Abdur Rahman (Pakistani, 1894-1975). "The Romance." n.d. Etching. Edition of 50. Signed in pencil, l.l., titled, l.r. Framed: 16 1/4" x 19" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 99 - Abdur Rahman Chughtai. Village God.

Chughtai, Abdur Rahman (Pakistani, 1894-1975). "Village God." n.d. Etching. Signed in pencil, l.l., titled, l.r. Framed: 16 1/4" x 19" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 100 - Adrian D. Clem. Boulder Dam (PWAP). 1934.

Clem, Adrian D. (American, 1906-1977). Group of 5 framed and unframed lithographs from Boulder Dam Series, c. 1934. Commissioned by the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP). One frame stamped on verso "Property of the United States Government." Addl

Lot: 101 - Edward Henry Gordon Craig. Robinson Crusoe. 1927.

Craig, Edward Henry Gordon, CH OBE (British, 1872-1966). "Loading cargo onto the raft." 1927. A rare working proof for Count Kessler and Cranach Press' unrealized publication of Robinson Crusoe. Linocut in black ink on Japan paper.. Monogrammed in

Lot: 102 - Lovis Corinth. Am Walchensee. 1920.

Corinth, Lovis (German, 1858-1925). "Am Walchensee" (On the Walchen Sea). 1920. Drypoint etching. Edition 8 of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Matted: 18 3/4" x 14 1/2" Condition: Mat burn to margins. Laid down to mat.

Lot: 103 - Arthur Bowen Davies. Doorway to Illusion. 1929.

Davies, Arthur Bowen (American, 1862-1928). "Doorway to Illusion." 1919, printed in 1929. Aquatint and soft ground etching. Edition of 200. Artist's stamped signature, l.r. Signed in pencil, l.l. by printer, Frank A. Nankivell. State iii/III. Plate:

Lot: 104 - Giorgio de Chirico. Testa di Cavallo. 1972.

de Chirico, Giorgio (Italian, 1888-1978). "Testa di Cavallo." 1972. Hand colored lithograph. Edition 66 out of 150, signed in pencil. Brandani 159. Sheet: 15" x 10 3/4" Condition: Full margins, good condition. Includes certificate of authenticity

Lot: 105 - Mathilde de Cordoba. Young Girl in a Blue Dress.

de Cordoba, Mathilde (American, 1875-1942). Untitled (Young Girl in a Blue Dress). n.d. Color etching. Signed in pencil, l.r. 12 3/4" x 15 1/2" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 106 - Maurice de Vlaminck. Les Hommes Abandonnés.

de Vlaminck, Maurice (French, 1876-1958). Pair of lithographs from Les Hommes Abandonnés. ++ "Le Voiturier II." c.1927. From the edition of 25 on Shidzuoka Japan paper. Walterskirchen 204b. Sheet: 11 3/4" x 9 1/2" ++ "Le Bengali." 1927. From the

Lot: 107 - André Derain. L'Enfant. c.1968.

Derain, André (French, 1880-1954). "L'Enfant." c.1968. Linocut. Stamp signed, l.r. Published by The Collectors Guild, New York. Image: 11" x 9" Framed: 20" x 16" Addl Info: Includes certificate of authenticity as issued by the Societe de

Lot: 108 - André Derain. Paysage Bleu. 1953.

Derain, André (French, 1880-1954). "Paysage Bleu" (Blue Landscape). 1952. Lithograph. Edition 25 of 75. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Sheet: 15 3/4" x 22 1/2" Framed: 25 3/4" x 32" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 109 - Aaron Douglas. Three Trees (Vineyard Haven) c.1951

Douglas, Aaron (American, 1899-1979). "Three Trees (Vineyard Haven)." c.1951/55. Etching and aquatint. Signed in pencil, l.l. titled, l.r. Plate: 4 1/2" x 7 1/2" Sheet: 6 1/4" x 10" Addl Info: Only the second time for this rare etching and aquatint

Lot: 110 - Kerr Eby. The Doryman. 1940.

Eby, Kerr Harold (Canadian, 1889-1946). "The Doryman." 1941. Etching and sandpaper ground on paper. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r. Giardina 200. Plate: 9 7/8" x 14 7/8" Sheet: 13" x 19 3/4" Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 111 - Kerr Eby. Group of 3 Prints. 1927-1931.

Eby, Kerr Harold (Canadian, 1889-1946). Group of 3 prints. ++ "Polo." 1927. Etching and aquatint. Signed and dated in the plate, l.r. signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 8 5/8" x 15 9/16" Sheet: 12 3/4" x 19 1/8" ++ "Spring Freshets." 1929. Etching and

Lot: 112 - Kerr Eby. Group of 3 Prints. 1924-1946.

Eby, Kerr Harold (Canadian, 1889-1946). Group of 3 prints. ++ "The Cow Shed." 1946. Etching, aquatint and sandpaper ground. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r. Giardina 211. Image: 9 5/8" x 15 1/8" Sheet: 12 3/8" x 17 3/4" ++ "Snow Fields." 1924.

Lot: 113 - Kerr Eby. Group of 5 prints. 1921-1941.

Eby, Kerr Harold (Canadian, 1889-1946). Group of 5 prints. ++ "Two Bridges." 1930. Etching. Trial proof. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 7 7/8" x 14 7/8" Sheet: 10 1/2" x 17 1/2" ++ "Shark Rock, Maine." 1941. Etching and aquatint. Signed in pencil,

Lot: 114 - Fritz Eichenberg. Great Soul/Gandhi. 1950.

Eichenberg, Fritz (German-American, 1901-1990). "Great Soul" or "Gandhi." 1950. Wood-engraving on cream wove paper. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. Image: 7 1/2" x 5 1/2" Framed: 15 1/2" x 12" Condition: Under

Lot: 115 - Fritz Eichenberg. The Dream of Reason. 1976-77.

Eichenberg, Fritz (German-American, 1901-1990). "The Dream of Reason." 1976-77. Wood-engraving. Edition of 200. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled, l.l. Image: 9" x 7" Framed: 18 1/8" x 14 7/8" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined

Lot: 116 - Isaac Friedlander. Outcasts. 1949.

Friedlander, Isaac (American, 1890-1968). "Outcasts." 1949. Etching, drypoint. Edition 1 of 30. Signed and dated in pencil l.r., titled l.l. in margin. Image: 14 7/8" x 11 7/8" Framed: 20" x 16 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 117 - Othon Friesz. Nude Figure Study & Nymphe. 5 prints

Friesz, Achille-Émile Othon (French, 1879-1949). 3 impressions: "Nude Figure Study" and 2 impressions: "Nymphe." Nude: signed in the stone, l.r. Editioned in pencil, l.r. Blindstamp, l.l corner: Guilde de la Gravure. Nymphe: signed in the stone,

Lot: 118 - Aline Fruhauf. Group of 3 prints.

Fruhauf, Aline (American 1907-1978). Caricature woodcuts on rice paper / Japan paper. Each signed, titled, and dated, l.r. Prints are: Clarence Darrow. c.1930. ++ Self Portrait. n.d. ++ Aldous Huxley. 1960. Largest: 16" x 14"

Lot: 119 - Stanley Horace Gardiner. Abstract monotypes.

Gardiner, Stanley Horace (British, 1887-1952). Group of 4 abstract monotypes. Each signed in pencil, l.r. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 120 - Arthur Joseph Gaskin. Chipping Campden. 1928.

Gaskin, Arthur Joseph (British, 1862-1928). "Chipping Campden." June, 1928. Woodblock print on Japan paper. Inscribed by the artist's wife, Georgina (Georgie) Gaskin, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r., dated, l.l. Plate: 6 2/8" x 6 1/2" Framed: 16 3/4" x

Lot: 121 - Arthur Joseph Gaskin. Willows. 1927.

Gaskin, Arthur Joseph (British, 1862-1928). "Willows." 1927. Woodblock print on Japan paper. Titled in pencil, l.r., signed and dated, l.l. On verso: "Lopped Willows, Chipping Campden Cotswolds." Image: 4 1/2" x 5 1/8" Framed: 10" x 11" Condition:

Lot: 122 - Karl-Heinz Hansen-Bahia. Pair of Woodblock Prints.

Hansen-Bahia, Karl-Heinz (Brazilian-German, 1915-1978). Pair of woodblock prints. Edition 37 of 80 and 23 of 60. Signed and editioned in pencil, lower margin. Framed: 38 1/2" x 14" Addl Info: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 123 - Pop Hart. Jersey Hills. 1923.

Hart, George Overbury "Pop" (American, 1868-1933). "Jersey Hills." 1923. Softground and aquatint, color. Signed in pencil, l.r. Matted: 14" x 19" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 124 - Pop Hart. The Bathers. 1925.

Hart, George Overbury "Pop" (American, 1868-1933). "The Bathers." 1925. Etching and aquatint. Signed in the plate, u.r. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled l.l. Sheet: 12 3/4" x 10 1/2" Condition: Very good condition. Light mat burn.

Lot: 125 - Pop Hart. Shopkeeper's Daughter.

Hart, George Overbury "Pop" (American, 1868-1933). "Shopkeeper's Daughter." Etching and aquatint. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 9 3/8" x 7 3/8" Matted: 19 1/4" x 14 1/4"

Lot: 126 - Pop Hart. The Gallery, French Opera House. 1924.

Hart, George Overbury "Pop" (American, 1868-1933). "The Gallery, French Opera House, New Orleans." 1924. Lithograph. Edition of 50. Signed in plate, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r. Titled, l.l. Matted: 11 3/4" x 16" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 127 - Ernest Haskell. Lighthouse Pine #2, Popham Pines.

Haskell, Ernest (American, 1876-1925). Two prints. ++ "Lighthouse Pine No. 2." 1915. Drypoint etching. Signed in plate, l.l. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. Plate: 5" x 7" Sheet: 6 1/2" x 9 5/8" ++ "Popham Pines, Maine." 1900-1925.

Lot: 128 - Arthur William Heintzelman. 4 etchings. c.1926-35.

Heintzelman, Arthur William (American, 1891-1965). 4 etchings. ++ "Le Chevier" (The Goatherd). 1926. Etching. Edition of 80. Signed in pencil. Sheet: 14 1/2" x 12 3/4". ++ Untitled (Three Philosophers). c.1935. Etching. Signed. Plate: 1 7/8" x 2

Lot: 129 - Arthur William Heintzelman. 5 Etchings.

Heintzelman, Arthur William (American, 1891-1965). Group of 5 etchings. ++ "Lancaster County Farmer." 1946. Edition of 500. Published by The Society of Print Connoisseurs. Signed in pencil, l.r. Smith 268. ++ "Amish Elder." c.1940. Signed in pencil,

Lot: 130 - Louis Icart. La Victoire. 1945.

Icart, Louis (French, 1888-1950). "La Victoire." 1945. Etching and aquatint and handcoloring on BFK Rives paper. Signed in pencil, l.r. Holland, Catania & Isen 481. Image: 10 1/4" x 8" Framed: 25 1/2" x 23 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not

Lot: 131 - Franz Maria Jansen. Folio of 4 woodcuts. c.1930.

Jansen, Franz Maria (German, 1885-1958). Group of 4 German Expressionist woodcuts. c.1930. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled in German, l.l., numbered, u.l. Sheet, each: 8 1/8" x 5 7/8" Matted, each: 11 5/8" x 8 1/8"

Lot: 132 - Rudolf Jettmar. Prints to Byron's Cain. 1920.

Jettmar, Rudolf (Austrian, 1869-1939). Group of 4 etchings from "Acht Radierungen zu Byrons Kain" (Eight Prints to Byron's Cain). 1920. Published by Gesellschaft für Vervielfältigende Kunst, Wein. Each signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet, each:

Lot: 133 - David Jones. Group of 4 prints.

Jones, David, CH CBE (British, 1895-1974). Group of 4 prints, 3 from "The Chester Play of the Deluge" series. Plates are: "The Deluge: Building the Ark.", "The Deluge (No. 2)/The Raven", "Preparing to Build/God's Plan." ++ "Nativity." 1981. Offset

Lot: 134 - Béla Kádár. Untitled. Ink drawing.

Kádár, Béla (Hungarian, 1877-1956). Untitled. Pen & ink drawing of a village scene. Date unknown. Signed in ink l.l., "Kadar Bela." Image: 6 5/8" x 9 1/8" Mat: 12" x 14" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 135 - Rockwell Kent. Big Baby. 1933.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Big Baby," or "Greenland Mother Nursing." 1933. Woodcut engraving on all-rag paper. Edition of 150. Signed "Rockwell Kent" in pencil l.r. Framed: 13 1/2" x 14 1/2" Condition: Subtle toning. Under glass, not

Lot: 136 - Rockwell Kent. Emily Milliken Lambert Book Plate.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Emily Milliken Lambert Book Plate." Copper plate engraving. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 5" x 3 3/8" Framed: 11" x 8 3/4" Addl Info: An uncommon Kent engraving. Condition: Good condition. Signature slightly

Lot: 137 - Rockwell Kent. Greenland Hunter. 1933.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Greenland Hunter." 1933. Lithograph. Edition of 150. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 6 1/2" x 8 3/4" Framed: 18 1/2" x 15 1/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance:

Lot: 138 - Rockwell Kent. Greenland Mother Nursing. 1934.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Greenland Mother Nursing Child." 1934. Lithograph. Artist's edition of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 7 1/4" x 4 5/8" Framed: 17" x 13" Condition: Near fine condition. An excellent impression. Under glass,

Lot: 139 - Rockwell Kent. Princeton Tiger. 1949.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Princeton Tiger." 1949. Edition 37 out of 50. Wood engraving. Numbered in pencil, l.r. Stamped with artist's stamp, l.r. Unframed: Sheet: 15 1/2 x 12 3/4" Image: 5 1/4" x 6 3/4" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 140 - Rockwell Kent. Taming of the Shrew. 1937.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Taming of the Shrew," from the Doubleday portfolio "Forty Drawings done by Rockwell Kent to Illustrate the Works of William Shakespeare." 1937. Lithograph. Edition of 1000.Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 8 3/4" x

Lot: 141 - Rockwell Kent. The Drifter. 1933.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "The Drifter." 1933. Wood engraving. Edition of 250. Signed "Rockwell Kent" in pencil, l.r. Burne Jone 92. Plate: 5 3/8" x 6 7/8" Framed: 14 3/4" x 16 1/4" Addl Info: One of Kent's most popular wood engravings,

Lot: 142 - Rockwell Kent. What Vermont Means to N.Y. Poster.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "What Vermont Means to N.Y. - Three Views - Norman Thomas - C. Hathaway - John C. Lawson. In the Name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress." 1936. Original poster, offset lithograph in black ink.

Lot: 143 - Rockwell Kent. Waldo Peirce. 1928.

Kent, Rockwell (American, 1882-1971). "Waldo Peirce." 1928. Lithograph. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 9 3/4" x 7 1/4" Framed: 18" x 14 1/2" Addl Info: Includes certificate of authenticity from the Print Council of America and the Art

Lot: 144 - Karl Knaths. Gathering Clams & 2 watercolors

Knaths, Karl Otto (American, 1891-1971). ++ "Gathering Quahogs (Clams)." 1935. Linocut. Image: 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" Sheet: 5 3/4" x 8 1/2" ++ Pair of watercolors. c.1950. Watercolor and gouache on paper. Each: 2 1/2" x 7 1/2" Matted together. Condition:

Lot: 145 - Paul Landacre. Sultry Day. 1937.

Landacre, Paul (American, 1893-1963). "Sultry Day." 1937. Woodcut on paper. Edition of 200. Published by the American Artists Group, New York. Signed and dated in the plate, l.l. Wien 170. Image: 8" x 6" Framed: 29" x 25 1/2" Condition: Near fine

Lot: 146 - Oskar Laske. Marché aux poissons, Bruges.

Laske, Oskar (French, 1874-1951). "Marché aux poissons, Bruges." 1913. Etching and aquatint. Signed and titled in the plate. Signed in pencil, l.r. Matted: 11" x 14"

Lot: 147 - Armin Laudeck. Cornwall Bridge. 1936.

Laudeck, Armin (American, 1905-1984). "Cornwall Bridge." 1936. Drypoint etching. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r. Titled in pencil, lower margin. Sheet: 9" x 13"

Lot: 148 - Clare Leighton. Roadmakers, Jugo-Slavia. 1927.

Leighton, Clare (British-American, 1898-1989). "Roadmakers, Jugo-Slavia." 1927. Woodcut print. Edition 3 of 60. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned and titled, l.l. Framed: 13 1/2" x 14" Condition: Toning to mat and sheet. Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 149 - Clare Leighton. Odyssey. Drawings and Prints. 1969

Leighton, Clare (British-American, 1898-1989). Drawings and process prints for "Odyssey" linocut. 1969. Commissioned for "The Odyssey of Homer," ed. S. H. Butcher- Andrew Lang, New York: Franklin Watts, Keith Jennison Books, 1969. Artist proofs

Lot: 150 - Charles Wheeler Locke. Balcony. 1943.

Locke, Charles Wheeler (American, 1899-1983). "Balcony" or "The Opera Box." 1943. Lithograph in black ink on dark cream wove paper. Edition of 40. Initialed and dated on the stone, u.l. Initialed in pencil, l.r. Probably printed by George Miler.

Lot: 151 - Luigi Lucioni. Romantic Ruins. 1949.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). "Romantic Ruins." 1949. Etching. Artist's proof with dedication inscription. Signed and dated in the plate, l.l. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Embury 110. Framed: 9 3/4" x 12 3/4" Condition: Toned.

Lot: 152 - Luigi Lucioni. Stowe Hollow. 1934.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). "Stowe Hollow" or "Vermont Farm." 1934. Etching. Edition of 231. Signed in pencil, l.r. Embury 47. Plate: 6" x 11 7/8" Framed: 13 3/4" x 19 3/4" Condition: Very good condition. Under glass, not examined

Lot: 153 - Luigi Lucioni. The Steeple in the Mountains. 1946.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). "The Steeple in the Mountains." 1946. Artist's proof with dedication inscription. Signed in plate, l.r. Signed and inscribed in pencil in lower margin. Embury 98. Plate: 11 7/8" x 8 3/4" Framed: 18 1/2" x

Lot: 154 - Luigi Lucioni. Tree Rhythm. 1953.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). "Tree Rhythm." 1953. Etching. Distributed by the artist as Christmas Card. Artist's proof with dedication inscription. Signed and dated in plate, l.l., signed in pencil, l.r. Embury 121. Plate: 11 5/8" x

Lot: 155 - Group of 5 Luigi Lucioni Framed Prints & Ephemera.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). Group of 5 etchings and paper correspondence. ++ Four etchings of farms, 1 of ancient ruins. Distributed by the artist as Christmas Cards. Artist's proof with dedication inscription. Framed, largest: 6" x

Lot: 156 - Luigi Lucioni. Theme in White & Birches Over Pine.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). Two framed etchings of trees. Signed and inscribed in margins. Distributed by the artist as Christmas Cards, with personal inscription. Plates are: "Theme in White." 1954. Signed and dated in the plate,

Lot: 157 - Luigi Lucioni. Birches & Pine in the Birches.

Lucioni, Luigi (American/Italian, 1900-1988). Two framed etchings of trees. Signed and inscribed in margins. Distributed by the artist as Christmas Cards, 1952 & 1958, with personal inscription. Plates are: ++ "Birches." 1952. Embury 118. ++

Lot: 158 - Marcel Marceau. Three Clowns (Trois Pierrots).

Marceau, Marcel (French, 1923-2007). "Three Clowns" (Trois Pierrots). c.1960. Lithograph. Signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 30 3/4" x 22" Matted: 35 1/4" x 26 1/2" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 159 - Robert Ernest Marx. Skeptic. 1977.

Marx, Robert Ernest (American, b.1925). "Skeptic." 1977. Lithograph. Edition 20 of 20. Plate: 6" x 6" Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC.

Lot: 160 - André Masson. Untitled - Visage. c.1960.

Masson, André (French, 1896-1987). Untitled (Visage). c.1960. Edition 189 of 200. Lithograph on Arches wove paper. Signed in pencil l.l., numbered l.r. Sheet: 30" x 22" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 161 - Henri Matisse. Weiblicher Kopf. 1947.

Matisse, Henri (French, 1869-1954). "Weiblicher Kopf," (Female head). 1947. Black and white linocut on BFK Rives paper. From "Les Miroirs Profonds." Published by Maeght, Paris. Printed by Draeger Freres, Paris. Edition of 950. Framed: 16 3/4" x 13

Lot: 162 - Marino Marini. Le Cavalier. 1955.

Marini, Marino (Italian, 1901-1980). "Le Cavalier" (Horse and Rider on Red Ground). 1955. Lithograph in colors on wove paper. Edition 145 of 200. Signed and dated in the plate, signed in pencil l.r., editioned l.l. Sheet: 28" x 20" Condition: Very

Lot: 163 - Marino Marini. Mattutino (Idea e Spazio). 1963.

Marini, Marino (Italian, 1901-1980). "Mattutino." 1963. One of twelve color etchings from the "Idea e Spazio" portfolio. From the edition of 100. Unsigned. Les Cent Bibliophiles de France et d'Amérique. Blindstamp, l.l. Framed: 24 1/4" x 20 1/4"

Lot: 164 - James McBey. New York Harbor. 1941.

McBey, James (American, 1883-1959). "New York Harbor." 1941. Etching. Edition 46 of 65. Signed in the plate, l.l., signed in ink, l.r., editioned "XLVI" in ink, l.l. Sheet: 12 3/4" x 17 1/2" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 165 - Dean Meeker. Icarus. 1964.

Meeker, Dean Jackson (American, 1920-2000). "Icarus." 1964. Intaglio collagraph on paper. Titled, l.l., editioned l.c., signed and dated, l.r. Framed: 36" x 27 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 166 - Hans Meid. Frau und Neger. 1910.

Meid, Hans (German, 1883-1957). "Frau und Neger " (Man and Woman). 1910. Etching. Signed and dated in the plate, l.r. Signed, titled and dated in pencil in margin. Sheet: 13 1/4" x 10" Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 167 - Charles F. Mielatz. Out of Commission. 1887.

Mielatz, Charles Frederick William (German-American, 1864-1919). "Out of Commission" (NY Harbor). 1887. Etching. Signed in plate and in pencil, l.r. Plate: 13 1/2 x 21 3/4. Sheet: 22" x 29" Condition: Very good condition. Provenance: The Estate of

Lot: 168 - Thomas Nason. Edge of the Pasture. 1935.

Nason, Thomas Willoughby (American, 1889-1971). "Edge of the Pasture." 1935. Wood engraving in black on laid paper. Signed and dated in the block, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r. Comstock & Fletcher 1977, no. 186, i/II. Image: 6" x 9 15/16" Framed:

Lot: 169 - Giacomo Patri. Marin Landscape. 1935.

Patri, Giacomo (Italian-American, 1898-1978). "Marin Landscape." 1935. Gouache and tempera on paper. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 9 7/8" x 10 5/8" Framed: 17" x 18" Addl Info: Wordless novelist Giacomo Patri is best known for his

Lot: 170 - Portfolio. 20 Jahre Galerie d'art Moderne

Portfolio. 20 Jahre: Galerie d'Art Moderne Bale, 1965. The incomplete set, comprising 5 (of 10) lithographs in colors, or black, on wove paper, each signed in pencil. Edition 33 of 150. Text in German. Artists: Eduardo Bargheer; Walter Bodmer;

Lot: 171 - Jean Pougny. La Ville (View from the Balcony).

Pougny, Jean (Ivan Puni) (Russian, 1894-1956). "La Ville" (View from the Balcony). c.1950. Linocut in colors. Edition 98 of 150. Stamped signature l.r., editioned in pencil, l.l. Image: 17 1/4" x 5 3/4" Sheet: 22" x 15"

Lot: 172 - Picasso. Marlborough: Galerie d'Art, Roma. 1970.

After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973). "Marlborough: Galerie d'Art, Roma." 1970. Poster lithograph. Edition 459 of 650. Editioned in pencil, l.r. Picasso Posters 308A. Sheet: 39" x 24 1/2" Frame: 39 3/4" x 25 3/4" Addl Info: An uncommon and

Lot: 173 - Pablo Picasso. Fleurs (For U.C.L.A.). 1961.

Picasso, Pablo (Spanish, 1881-1973). "Fleurs (For U.C.L.A)." 1961. Color lithograph on Arches wove paper. Signed in blue pencil above plate title. Mourlot 351. Bloch 1297. Sheet: 25 1/2" x 19 1/2" Condition: Slight sheet toning.

Lot: 174 - After Pablo Picasso. Helene Chez Archimede. 1955.

After Pablo Picasso (Spanish 1881-1973). Single plate from "Helene Chez Archimede." 1955. Lithograph. Unsigned. Edition of 240. Sheet: 17 1/4" x 12 3/4"

Lot: 175 - One plate, Les Dessins D'Antibes de Pablo Picasso

After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973). One plate from Les [Mes] Dessins D'Antibes de Pablo Picasso. 1958. Lithograph on Arches wove paper after an original drawing by Picasso. Edition of 200. Printer: Daniel Jacomet. Publisher: Au Pont des Arts,

Lot: 176 - Cécile Reims. Two engravings. 1951.

Reims, Cécile (French, b.1927). Pair of engravings. ++ "Visage d'Espagne" 1951. Edition 11 of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 8 1/2" x 6 1/4" Matted: 20" x 16" ++ "Fish Seller, Spain." 1951. Edition 11 of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 9

Lot: 177 - George A. Renouard. Group of 9 Genre Etchings.

Renouard, George (American, 1884-1954). Group of 9 etchings. Unsigned and undated. Editioned in pencil, lower margins. Includes: "Fisherman's Return." Edition 7 of 9. Plate: 9 7/8" x 11 3/4" Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 178 - Ruth Starr Rose. Sailboats. c.1937.

Rose, Ruth Starr (American, 1887-1965). Untitled (Sailboats). c.1937. Color lithograph. Inscribed in pen, l.l.: "With best wishes to Rebecca." Sheet: Matted:

Lot: 179 - Ernest Roth. The Little Bridge, Chartres. 1944.

Roth, Ernest David (American, 1879-1964). "The Little Bridge, Chartres." 1944. Etching. Signed, titled, dated in the plate, l.l. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Plate: 10" x 9 1/2" Sheet: 13 3/4" x 11 1/2" Matted: 20" x 16" Condition: Good

Lot: 180 - Georges Rouault. Les Réincarnations du

Aubert, Georges (French, 1871 - 1958) after Georges Rouault (French, 1871-1958). Untitled. 1929-1932. Wood engraving. From Les Réincarnations du Père Ubu. Drawn and designed by Rouault. Block carved by Georges Aubert. Image: 11 1/2" x 7

Lot: 181 - Georges Rouault. Petit Ecuyere (Little Rider).

Rouault, Georges (French, 1871-1958). Early preparatory state of "Petit Ecuyere" (Little Rider) from the artist's series entitled "Cirque de l'Etoile Filante (Circus of the Shooting Star)." c.1938. Aquatint on paper. On Arches archival paper.

Lot: 182 - Georges Schreiber. From Arkansas. 1940.

Schreiber, Georges (American, 1866-1943). "From Arkansas." 1940. Limited edition lithograph for Associated American Artists. Signed in pencil, l.r. Image: 16" x 12 1/4". Framed: 18 7/8" x 14 3/4". Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 183 - Gino Severini. Composition from XXe Siècle.

Severini, Gino (Italian, 1883-1966). Untitled. Composition from XXe Siècle (issue No. 5-6). 1939. Linocut/lithograph. Published by San Lazzaro, Paris. Signed in the plate, lower margin. Sheet: 12 1/2" x 9 3/4"

Lot: 184 - Tavik Frantisek Simon. Andalusians in Ronda. 1914.

Simon, Tavik Frantisek (Czech, 1877-1942). "Andalusians in Ronda." 1914. Color woodcut. Edition of 35. Signed in pencil, l.r. Novak 216. Sheet: 12 1/4" x 9"

Lot: 185 - Tavik Frantisek Simon. La Pluie (The Rain).

Simon, Tavik Frantisek (Czech, 1877-1942). "La Pluie" (The Rain). Porte Saint-Martin, Paris. Graphite and conté crayon on paper. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled lower margin. Sheet: 9" x 10 5/8" Condition: Very good condition. Loose sheet,

Lot: 186 - Hugo Steiner-Prag. Der Golem. 12 Lithographs.

Steiner-Prag, Hugo (German, 1880-1945). Group of 12 original lithographs. Illustrations for Gustav Meyrink’s "Der Golem." 1916. Each signed in pencil, l.r. Plates are: "Der Golem." ++ "At the master's grave." ++ "In the Ghetto." ++ "The Book

Lot: 187 - Wilbur Streech. Palisades Morning / August Sun.

Streech, Wilbur (American, 1914-1986). Two framed prints. ++ "Palisades Morning." September, 1979. Serigraph on Cararra paper. Edition of 250 plus 40 artist's proofs. Signed, titled, editioned, and dated in pencil. Image: 11 1/2" x 17 7/8" Framed: 25

Lot: 188 - Dorothea Tanning. Bâteau Bleu or The Grotto.

Tanning, Dorothea Ernst (American, 1910-2012). "Bâteau Bleu" or "The Grotto." 1950. Lithograph in colors. Edition 26 of 200. Signed in pencil l.l. Sheet: 22 1/2" x 15"

Lot: 189 - Edgar Dorsey Taylor. The Gulf Of California. 1959.

Taylor, Edgar Dorsey (American, 1904-1978). "The Gulf Of California: Ten Woodcuts." Falmouth, MA: R. H. Simmons, 1959. 10 woodblocks, title leaf, and original clamshell case, unbound as issued. Edition 4 of 25. Signed, titled, and editioned in

Lot: 190 - Frederic Taubes. Julia. 1953.

Taubes, Frederic (Ukrainian-American, 1900-1981). "Julia." 1953. Etching and aquatint. Published by Associated American Artists. Signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet: Condition: Toning and scattered light silverfish abrasions.

Lot: 191 - George Biddle. Self-Portrait. 1964.

Biddle, George (American, 1885-1973). "Self-Portrait." 1964. Etching. Edition 18 of 28. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned and titled, l.l. Framed: 21 1/2" x 17 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 192 - Vincent Canadé. Double Self-Portrait. 1927.

Canadé, Vincent (Italian-American, 1879-1961). "Double Self-Portrait." 1927. Lithograph. Signed in pencil, l.r. Printed by George C. Miller. Image: 9 1/2" x 7" Framed: 18 11/2" x 14 1/2" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 193 - Federico Castellón. Self-Portrait with H.

Castellón, Federico (Spanish-American, 1914-1971). "Self-Portrait with H" (Hilda, the artist's wife). 1942. Etching. Edition 49 of 50. Freundlich 26. Image: 8" x 6" Framed: 13" x 15 3/4" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 194 - Howard Cook. Self-Portrait. 1931.

Cook, Howard Norton (American, 1901-1980). "Self-Portrait." 1931. Woodcut. Edition of 25. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Duffy 163. Image: 2 7/8" x 3 7/8" Framed: 12 1/2" x 15" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 195 - Isaac Friedlander. Self-Portrait w/ Etching.. 1950

Friedlander, Isaac (German-American, 1890-1968). "Self-Portrait with Etching Needle." 1950. Etching. Edition 1 of 15. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned l.c. Framed: 18 3/4" x 23" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 196 - Jacques Hnizdovsky. Self-Portrait. 1971.

Hnizdovsky, Jacques (Ukrainian-American, 1915-1985). "Self-Portrait." 1971. Etching. Edition 103 of 120. Signed and dated in pencil, l.l, editioned, l.r. Image: 6 3/4" x 6 7/8" Framed: 15 1/2" x 15" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 197 - Jacob Kainen. Self-Portrait. 1947.

Kainen, Jacob (American, 1909-2001). "Self-Portrait." 1947. Etching. Edition of 17 of 20. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Image: 7 13/16" x 5 7/8" Framed: 13 3/4" x 16" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 198 - Karl Knaths. Self-Portrait. Drawing. c.1940.

Knaths, Karl (American, 1891-1971). "Self-Portrait" or "Portrait of a Man." c.1940. Drawing in blue ink on thin cream paper. Stamped on verso: "Estate of Karl Knaths." Sheet: 8 1/2" x 11" Matted: 19 7/8" x 16" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 199 - Armin Landeck. Self-Portrait in a Shaving Mirror.

Landeck, Armin (American, 1905-1984). "Self-Portrait in a Shaving Mirror." 1942. Etching. Edition of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Kraeft 91a. Image: 9 7/8" x 6 7/8" Framed: 16 1/3" x 13" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined

Lot: 200 - Martin Lewis. Self-Portrait with Etching.. c.1953.

Lewis, Martin (American, 1882-1962). "Self-Portrait with Etching Equipment." c.1953. Roulette and drypoint printed in brown ink on wove paper. Edition of 25 to 50. Plate: 5 3/8" × 8 3/8" Framed: 15 1/2" x 18 1/2" Condition: Near fine. Under

Lot: 201 - Philip Reisman. Self-Portrait. 1929.

Reisman, Philip (American, 1904-1992). "Self-Portrait." 1929. Etching. Edition 25 of 100. Signed and dated in the plate, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. Image: 2 7/8" x 3 5/8" Framed: 11" x 12 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not

Lot: 202 - Karl Schrag. Self-Portrait. 1963.

Schrag, Karl (German, 1912-1995). "Self-Portrait." 1963. Aquatint on paper. Edition 22 of 50. Titled l.l., editioned, signed, and dated l.r. Framed: 30 1/2" x 25" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 203 - Joseph Simpson. The Sportsman & Self-Portrait.

Simpson, Joseph (British, 1879-1939). Pair of etchings. ++ "The Sportsman." Etching and aquatint. Edition 70 of 75. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Fell (P.C.Q.) 35. Plate: 11 7/8" x 8 3/8" Matted: 20" x 15" ++ "Man in an Old Hat"

Lot: 204 - Prentiss Taylor. Academy Self-Portrait. 1949.

Taylor, Prentiss Hottel (American, 1907-1991). "Academy Self-Portrait." 1949. Lithograph. Edition of 25. Titled, editioned, signed, dated, in pencil. Framed: 25" x 19" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 205 - Prentiss Taylor. Paving Cutters' Tents. 1938.

Taylor, Prentiss (American, 1907-1991). "Paving Cutters' Tents." June, 1938. Lithograph. Edition of 25. Initialed and dated in the stone 'PT LIV', l.l. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled, l.l., editioned, center. Rose 54. Image: 10 1/2" x 14"

Lot: 206 - Maurice Utrillo. The Sacré Coeur. c.1930

Utrillo, Maurice (French, 1883-1955). "The Sacré Coeur." c.1930. Pochoir print. Edition CVII of CC (107 of 200). Signed in the plate, l.r. Editioned in pencil, l.l. Framed: 22" x 20" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 207 - Maurice Utrillo. La Rue d'Orchampt. 1925-1926.

Utrillo, Maurice (French, 1883-1955). "La Rue d'Orchampt" (Orchampt Street), plate 12 from "Essai dur l'histoire de la lithographie en France. Les Peintures lithographes de Manet à Matisse..." c.1924. Printed 1925-1926. Lithograph. Edition of

Lot: 208 - Jean van Noten. Church in Brabant. 1950.

van Noten, Jean (French, 1903-1982). "Church in Brabant." 1950. Etching and aquatint. Edition 8 of 125. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Signed on verso. Plate: 24 1/2" x 18 1/4" Framed: 34 1/2" x 27" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 209 - Jacques Villon. Bal au Moulin-Rouge. 1910.

Villon, Jacques (French, 1875-1963). "Bal au Moulin-Rouge" or "Garde Municipale." 1910. Etching. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: 12 1/2" x 7" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 210 - Jacques Villon. Prométhée

Villon, Jacques (French, 1875-1963). "Prométhée délivré." 1960-62. Lithograph in colors on Japan paper. Edition 8 of 100. Signed in the block, l.r., signed in ink, l.l., editioned in pencil, l.r. Ginestet et Pouillon app no. 119.

Lot: 211 - Jean Vyboud. Nude at Rest.

Vyboud, Jean Auguste (French, 1872-1944). "Nude at Rest." n.d. Drypoint etching. Signed in pencil, l.r. Framed: 13 " x 12 1/4" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: The Estate of Jim Willis.

Lot: 212 - Lawrence Nelson Wilbur. 2 etchings - Gloucester

Wilbur, Lawrence Nelson (American, 1897-1988). 2 etchings. ++ "Gloucester Harbor, Massachusetts." 1938. Etching and drypoint. Edition of 55. Signed in the plate and in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 9 3/4" x 12 1/2" ++ "Ship Building – Gloucester." 1943.

Lot: 213 - Laurence Nelson Wilbur. 2 etchings. c.1940-49.

Wilbur, Lawrence Nelson (American, 1897-1988). 2 etchings. ++ "Peck's Slip (Fulton Fish Market) N.Y.C." ca. 1940-1949. Etching and drypoint. Signed in the plate, l.l., signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 9 1/4" x 11 1/2" ++ Untitled (Harbor). 1944. Etching

Lot: 214 - Marguerite Zorach. Autumn Colors. c.1942.

Zorach, Marguerite Thompson (American, 1887-1968). "Autumn Colors" or "Autumn Still Life." c.1942. Serigraph in colors. Printed signature, l.l. Image: 16 1/2" x 12 1/2" Condition: Good condition.

Lot: 215 - Marc Chagall. Avenue de la Victoire, Nice. 1967.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887-1985). "Avenue de la Victoire, Nice," from "Nice and the Côte d'Azur," by Charles Sorlier (C.S. 31). 1967. Color lithograph on Arches wove paper. Edition 59 of 150. On verso: "MARC CHAGALL, AVENUE DE LA

Lot: 216 - Marc Chagall. Christ in the Clock. 1957.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887–1985). "Christ in the Clock." 1957. Lithograph. Edition of 6000. Published by Jacques Lassaigne in "Chagall Graveurs" in 1957. Printed by Mourlot, Maeght Editeur, in Paris, France. Cramer 34. M 196. Sheet: 9"

Lot: 217 - Marc Chagall. Crucifixion. 1967.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887–1985). "Crucifixion." 1967. Aquatint. Edition 35 of 35. C.9. Plate: 12" x 9" Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 218 - Marc Chagall. La Baie des Anges. 1962.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887-1985). "La Baie des Anges" (The Bay of Angels). 1962. Lithographic poster in colors. Ed. 61.24 Mourlot Imp., Paris. Printer: Mourlot, Paris; Publisher: The French Tourist Commission, Paris; Literature: Mourlot 80,

Lot: 219 - Marc Chagall. Le petit Ange. 1957.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887–1985). "Le petit Ange" (Little Angel). 1957. Lithograph on Rives paper. Edition 47 of 90. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Mourlot 179. Framed: 20 1/8" x 15 3/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Light

Lot: 220 - Marc Chagall. Tchitchikov Douanier. c.1923-1927.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887-1985). "Tchitchikov Douanier." c.1923-1927. Etching and drypoint on wove paper. Plate LXXXIV, in the book Les Âmes mortes (Dead Souls) by Nikolai Gogol (Paris: Tériade Éditeur, 1948). Signed in the

Lot: 221 - Marc Chagall. The Green Clown. 1966.

Chagall, Marc (French/Russian, 1887–1985). "The Green Clown." 1966. Lithograph in colors. Edition of 1500. Published by Maeght, Paris for Redfern Gallery, London, as frontis. Printed by Mourlot, Paris. Mourlot 468. Sheet: 10" x 7 1/4"

Lot: 222 - Fernand Leger. L'Homme au Cigare. c.1970.

Leger, Fernand (France, 1881-1955). "L’Homme au Cigare" (Man with a Cigar). c.1970. Lithograph. Blindstamp, l.r. "Musee Fernand Leger Biot." Signed, l.r. Initialed in plate, l.r. Produced by Leger's wife Nadia as a greeting card for the Fernand

Lot: 223 - Salvador Dali. Don Quixote. 1966.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "Don Quixote" (Don Quichotte). From the "Cinq Portraits espagnols" (Five Spanish Portraits) series, c.1966. Michler and Lopsinger 148. Edition of 1900. In original Collector's Guild Frame with statement of

Lot: 224 - Salvador Dali. Don Quixote. 1966.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "Don Quixote" (Don Quichotte). From the "Cinq Portraits espagnols" (Five Spanish Portraits) series. 1966. Etching. Michler and Lopsinger 148. Edition of 1900 for the Collector's Guild. Signed in the plate, l.l.

Lot: 225 - Salvador Dali. El Cid. 1966. Artist's Proof.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "El Cid." From the "Cinq Portraits espagnols" (Five Spanish Portraits) series.1966. Artist's proof/épreuve d'artiste. From the edition in bistre. Michler and Lopsinger 149. Plate: 6 5/8" x 4 5/8" Framed: 22

Lot: 226 - Salvador Dali. La Conquête du Cosmos II.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "La Conquête du Cosmos II: L’Unicorne Laser Désintègre Les Cornes De Rhinocéros Cosmiques" (The Unicorn’s Laser Disintegrates The Horns Of A Cosmic Rhinoceros). 1974. Embossed

Lot: 227 - Salvador Dali. Manhattan Skyline. 1976.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "Manhattan Skyline" from "Tarot: The Moon" portfolio. 1967. Offset lithograph on heavyweight archival stock. Edition 451 of 500. Printed facsimile signature, l.r., editioned in pencil, l.l. Image: 26 1/2" x 18"

Lot: 228 - Salvador Dali. Helen of Troy and Paris. 1973.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "Helen of Troy and Paris." From "Les Amours Ce´le`bres Suite." c.1973. Etching, color printed à la poupée on Arches wove paper. Edition 85 of 1000. Signed in pencil l.r., editioned l.l. Micher &

Lot: 229 - Salvador Dali. Velazquez & Cervantes. 1966.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). Pair of etchings from "Cinq Portraits espagnols" (Five Spanish Portraits). 1966. From the Collector's Guild Edition. ++ "Velazquez." 1966. Etching. Edition of 1900. Signed in the plate, l.r. Michler and Lopsinger

Lot: 230 - Salvador Dali. Don Quixote. 1964.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989).

Lot: 231 - Salvador Dali. L'Astre (The Star). 1978.

Dali, Salvador (Spanish, 1904-1989). "L'Astre" (The Star). 1980. Etching. Artist's proof (E.A./épreuves de artist). Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Plate: 15" x 11 3/4" Sheet: 22" x 15" Framed: 30" x 22 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not

Lot: 232 - Alberto Giacometti. Diego. Derriere Le Miror. 1961

After Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966). "Seated Diego." From the May, 1961 edition of the French art periodical “Derriere Le Miroir” No. 127. Sheet: 15" x 11" Condition: Near fine.

Lot: 233 - Alberto Giacometti. Fleurs. 1972.

Giacometti, Alberto (Swiss, 1901-1966). "Fleurs." 1972. Screenprint lithograph from "Souvenirs et Portraits d'Artistes." Published by Alain AC Mazo, Paris, et Leon Amiel, New York. Edition of 800. Signed, l.r. Framed: 16" x 14 1/4" Condition: Under

Lot: 234 - Giacometti. Galerie Maeght Poster. 1954.

After Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966). Galerie Maeght Poster. 1954. Lithograph poster. With image of "Rue D'Alesia." Printed by Mourlot. Image: 28 1/2" x 20 1/4" Framed: 31" x 22 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 235 - Alberto Giacometti. Derriere le Miroir. 1961.

After Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966). Frontispiece - Seated Female Nude. From the May, 1961 edition of the French art periodical “Derriere Le Miroir” no. 127. Sheet: 15" x 11" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 236 - Jean (Hans) Arp. Vers le Blanc Infini. 1960.

Arp, Jean [Hans] (French, 1886-1966). "Vers le Blanc Infini." 1960. Etching with aquatint on BFK Rives paper. Edition of 600. Published by La Rose des Vents, Paris. Framed: 15 3/4" x 18" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance:

Lot: 237 - Lila Oliver Asher. Jacob and Esau.

Asher, Lila Oliver (American, b.1921). "Jacob and Esau." Woodblock print. Edition 16 out of 55. Signed in pencil, l.r.; editioned and titled l.l. Sheet: 22 1/4' x 13 1/2"

Lot: 238 - Norman Ackroyd. 2 Framed Aquatints. 1980-1982.

Ackroyd, Norman, CBE, RA (British. b.1938). ++ "Snowstorm." 1980. Edition 8 of 12. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. Plate: 4" x 6 1/4" Framed: 9 5/8" x 11 3/4" ++ "Fawley Down." 1982. Edition 46 of 50. Signed and dated in

Lot: 239 - Norman Ackroyd. 4 Prints. c.1990.

Ackroyd, Norman, CBE, RA (British. b.1938). Group of 4 aquatints. c.1990. ++ "Barrington Park." 1994. Edition 4 of 90. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. ++ "Washington." 1993. Artist's proof. Signed and dated in pencil,

Lot: 240 - Terry Adkins. Color State II. 1973.

Adkins, Terry (American, 1953-2014). "Color State II." 1973. Artist's Proof. Editioned, titled, signed and dated in pencil lower margin. Framed: 8 1/4" x 8 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: The artist, to the

Lot: 241 - Terry Adkins. Mother and Child. c.1975.

Adkins, Terry (American, 1953-2014). Untitled (Mother and Child). c.1975. Woodblock print. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: The artist, to the consignor. The first work of art ever sold by the artist.

Lot: 242 - Roy Ahlgren. And On the Third Day. 1974.

Ahlgren, Roy (American, 1927-2011). "And On The Third Day." 1974. Serigraph. Artist's Proof. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r.; editioned l.l., titled l.c. Sheet: 20" x 20" Provenance: The Estate Roy Ahlgren.

Lot: 243 - Roy Ahlgren. Great American Perspective. 1973.

Ahlgren, Roy (American, 1927-2011). "Great American Perspective." 1973. Serigraph. Artist's Proof. Signed and editioned in pencil, l.r.; titled l.l., dated l.c. Sheet: 20 1/2" x 20 1/2" Provenance: The Estate Roy Ahlgren.

Lot: 244 - Roy Ahlgren. Lily Pond. 1979.

Ahlgren, Roy (American, 1927-2011). "Lily Pond." 1979. Serigraph. Edition 25 of 100. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r.; editioned l.l., titled l.c. Sheet: 20" x 26" Provenance: The Estate Roy Ahlgren.

Lot: 245 - Roy Ahlgren. Megapolis II. c.1970.

Ahlgren, Roy (American, 1927-2011). "Megapolis II." c.1970. Serigraph. Edition 32 of 200. Signed and editioned in pencil l.r.; titled l.l. Sheet: 20" x 20" Provenance: The Estate Roy Ahlgren.

Lot: 246 - Roy Ahlgren. Refraction. 1974.

Ahlgren, Roy (American, 1927-2011). "Refraction." 1974. Serigraph. Edition 11 of 50. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r.; editioned l.l., titled l.c. Sheet: 20" x 20" Provenance: The Estate Roy Ahlgren.

Lot: 247 - Pierre Alechinsky. Au Fil du Bois. 1973

Alechinsky, Pierre (Belgian, b.1927). "Au fil du bois" or "With the Grain of the Wood." 1973. Portfolio of six woodcuts. Complete portfolio with original cover. Each signed in pencil, l.r. Approximate image: 19 7/8" x 23 5/8" Each sheet: 24 3/4" x

Lot: 248 - Jane Aman. Crater & Headwaters. 1980.

Aman, Jane (American, b.1945). Two serigraphs. ++ "Crater." 1980. Edition 28 of 45. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled, l.l. ++ "Headwaters." 1980. Edition 24 of 40. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled, l.l. Each - Image: 17 1/2" x 25 3/4" Framed: 24" x 32"

Lot: 249 - Irving Amen (1918-2011). Spring. Woodcut print.

Amen, Irving (American 1918-2011). "Spring." Woodcut in colors. Edition 64 out of 75. Signed in pencil l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. Framed: 25 1/2" x 30 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 250 - Karel Appel. Cats Portfolio. 1978.

Appel, Karel (Dutch, 1921-2006). "Cats Portfolio" or "Cat in Purple." 1978. From the Cats Portfolio. Lithograph in colors on Arches paper. Edition of 125. Signed and titled in the plate. Image: 23" x 32" Frame: 37" x 28" Condition: Under glass, not

Lot: 251 - Karel Appel. Animal. 1974.

Appel, Karel (Dutch, 1921-2006). "Animal." 1974. Serigraph, on silver foil underlay. Edition 89 of 120. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Framed: 32" x 39 3/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 252 - Karel Appel. Sunshine Cat. 1978.

Appel, Karel (Dutch, 1921-2006). "Sunshine Cat." 1978. From the Cats Portfolio. Lithograph in colors on Arches paper. Artist's proof, "épreuve d'atelier." Framed: 30 3/4" x 37 1/2" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 253 - Karel Appel. Abstract Head. Serigraph. 1977.

Appel, Karel (Dutch, 1921-2006). Untitled (Head Against Blue Sky). 1977. Serigraph. Edition 57 of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r., numbered, l.l. Sheet: 33 1/2" x 27 1/2" Framed: 38" x 33" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 254 - 18 Litografias de Artistas Argentinos, 1955.

Argentine Lithographs. 18 Litografias de Artistas Argentinos. 1955. Edition 290 of 500. Complete suite of 18 lithographs in black or in color on wove paper, by 9 Argentinean artists of the 20th century: Libero Badii, Antonio Fernandez-Muro, Sarah

Lot: 255 - Walter Bachinski. Anemones in Vase. 1998.

Bachinski, Walter (Canadian, b.1939). "Anemones in Vase." 1998. Aquatint etching. Edition 79 of 150. Signed and dated l.r., editioned and titled, l.l. 34 1/2" x 38"

Lot: 256 - Walter Bachinski. Cuernavaca Lilies. 1998.

Bachinski, Walter (Canadian, b.1939). "Cuernavaca Lilies." 1998. Aquatint etching. Edition 57 of 125. Signed and dated l.r. Sheet: 42" x 22"

Lot: 257 - Walter Bachinski. 2 aquatints. c.1998-99.

Bachinski, Walter (Canadian, b.1939). Two aquatint etchings. ++ "Cyclamen on Model Stand." 1998. Aquatint etching. Edition 80 of 150. Signed in pencil l.r., editioned l.l. 42" x 37 3/4" ++ "Irises, Poppies and Fruit." 1999. Aquatint etching. Edition

Lot: 258 - Yannick Ballif. Falaise Mysterieuse. 1988.

Ballif, Yannick (French, 1927-2009). "Falaise Mysterieuse." 1988. Colored etching. Edition 57 of 70. Signed, dated, and editioned in pencil, lower margin. Framed: 29 3/4" x 22" Condition: Fine condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 259 - Leonard Baskin. Blake: Life Mask. 1956.

Baskin, Leonard (American, 1922–2000). "Blake, From Life Mask by Deville." 1956. Edition 3 of 90. Plate: 3" x 4" Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Jane Haslam Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Lot: 260 - Leonard Baskin. Edvard Munch. 1964. Artist's Proof

Baskin, Leonard (American, 1922-2000). "Edvard Munch." 1964. Etching. Artist's proof. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. Plate: 12" x 18" Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Jane Haslam Gallery,

Lot: 261 - Leonard Baskin. Goya. 1962. Artist's Proof.

Baskin, Leonard (American, 1922-2000). "Goya." 1962. Etching on cream wove paper. Artist's Proof. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Plate: 14 1/2" x 17 1/2" Framed: 30 1/4" x 32" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 262 - Leonard Baskin. The Poet Laureate. 1955.

Baskin, Leonard (American, 1922–2000). "Poet Laureate." 1955. Woodcut. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled, l.l. Fern & O'Sullivan 257. Image: 23 1/16" x 48 1/16". Framed: 39 1/2" x 66 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 263 - Leonard Baskin. 17th Century Poet. 1965.

Baskin, Leonard (American, 1922-2000). "Seventeenth Century Poet." 1965. Artist's Proof. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Image: 17 1/2" x 14 1/2" Framed: 33 3/4" x 29" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Jane Haslam

Lot: 264 - Stanley Bate. Don Quixote. 1951.

Bate, Stanley (American, 1903-1972). "Don Quixote." 1951. Color woodcut. Published by the Print Club of Albany. Signed in pencil, l.r. Plate: 11 3/4" x 8 5/16" Sheet: 15 3/4" x 12 1/2" Matted: 22" x 16" Addl Info: Print from this edition included in

Lot: 265 - Billy Al Bengston. Untitled. Serigraph. 1980.

Bengston, Billy Al (American, b.1934). Untitled. 1980. Edition 56 of 100. Serigraph in colors. Signed, dated, and editioned in pencil, l.c. Wasserman Silkscreen Co. embossed stamp l.r. Sheet: 37 1/2" x 23 1/2" Framed: 46 1/2" x 32 1/2" Condition:

Lot: 266 - Huguette Arthur Bertrand. Abstract. 1959.

Bertrand, Huguette Arthur (French, 1922-2005). Untitled abstract. 1959. Embossed aquatint with etching. Signed in pencil, l.r., dated l.l., inscribed lower margin. Sheet: 13" x 10"

Lot: 267 - John Bratby. 3 Original Drawings.

Bratby, John Randall, RA (British, 1928-1992). Group of 3 original drawings. ++ "RSPCA + Sir Peter Scott." Signed in pen, l.r. ++ Typewritten letter to Princess Margaret with profile drawing. ++ Portrait and doodles on an envelope. Addl Info: John

Lot: 268 - Charles Bragg. 6 Etchings.

Bragg, Charles (American, 1931-2017). Group of 6 unframed etchings. ++ "Salute." Edition 46 of 100. ++ "Puzzle." Edition 53 of 100. ++ "Out With a Bang." Edition 69 of 100. ++ "Doyle the Mohel." Edition 19 of 150. ++ "Prosecution." Edition 55 of 150.

Lot: 269 - Andre Brasilier. Quai Conti. 1972.

Brasilier, Andre (French, b.1929). "Quai Conti." 1972. Color lithograph. Edition 136 of 150. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Pichon 59. Sheet: 21" x 28''

Lot: 270 - Eugenio Carmi. 2 Serigraphs. 1970.

Carmi, Eugenio (Italian, 1920-2016). "Segnale Immaginario 70." 1970. Serigraph. New York Graphics Society. Edition 41 and 42 of 150. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Sheet: 18" x 17 1/2' Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 271 - Alexander Calder. Friendship. 1974.

Calder, Alexander (American, 1898-1976). "Friendship." 1974. Lithograph on paper. Edition of 3000. Printer: Mourlot, Paris. Published by Braniff Airways with blindstamp "The Flying Colors Collection 1975." Plate signed and dated '74, lower right with

Lot: 272 - Bernard Cathelin. Bonifacio. 1962.

Cathelin, Bernard (French, 1919-2004). "Bonifacio." 1962. Color lithograph. Inscribed in pen: "A Madame Kay Strickler en annial souvenir 25.9.62 Cathelin." Mounted to board. Sauret 19. Sheet: 24" x 17" Condition: Mat burn.

Lot: 273 - Bernard Cathelin. Villa Imperiale de Katsura. 1974

Cathelin, Bernard (French, 1919-2004). "Villa Imperiale de Katsura II, Grand Format", ca. 1974-1975. Color lithograph. Signed l.r. Inscribed in pencil 'Epreuve d'artiste 16/20' l.l. Sheet: 22" x 29 1/2"

Lot: 274 - Bernard Cathelin. L'Intelligence des Fleurs. 1988.

Cathelin, Bernard (French, 1919-2004). One color lithograph from "L'Intelligence des fleurs." From the portfolio of 20 prints. Maurice Maeterlinck ed. Michèle Trinckvel 1988. Unsigned. Sheet: 16" x 12" Matted: 24" x 20"

Lot: 275 - Ronald Julius Christensen. Music Mountain.

Christensen, Ronald Julius (American, 1923-1999). "Music Mountain." n.d. Serigraph. Edition 141 of 200. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled center, editioned, l.l. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 276 - Minna Citron. Bags. Mixed Media. 1980.

Citron, Minna (American, 1896-1991). "Bags." 1980. Mixed media - etching, acrylic, rope, matting, and tape. Edition 2 of 75. Signed on verso. Sheet: 22 1/2" x 30" Condition: Very good to good condition. Provenance: The Leo Katz Foundation.

Lot: 277 - Minna Citron. Group of 3 Embossed Prints.

Citron, Minna (American, 1896-1991). Group of three embossed prints. ++ "Recticurvular Brown." 1971. Embossing and serigraph on alufoil. Edition 23 of 75. Signed and dated in blue pen. Sheet: 21 13/16" x 24 11/16" ++ Untitled. 1969. Embossing on

Lot: 278 - Minna Citron. Pair of Embossed Prints.

Citron, Minna (American, 1896-1991). Pair of embossed prints. ++ Untitled. 1974. Intaglio etching. Artist's proof. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned and medium, l.l. ++ "Nipples & Navels." Edition 3 of 75. Photo-etching, intaglio.

Lot: 279 - Minna Citron. Washdraw & Lights Shadows.

Citron, Minna (American, 1896-1991). Pair of ink drawings. ++ "Washdraw." 1983. Ink on paper. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Matted: 23 1/2" x 18" ++ "Lights Shadows." Ink on paper. Matted: 23 1/2" x 18" Condition: Very good to good condition.

Lot: 280 - Minna Citron. Windows & Cityscape. 1975-1980.

Citron, Minna (American, 1896-1991). Pair of prints. ++ "Windows." 1975. Photo-etching. Edition 8 of 75. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned and medium, l.l., titled, center. Plate: 17 5/8" x 23 3/4" Matted: 24" x 33" ++ "Cityscape." 1980. Mixed media,

Lot: 281 - Minna Citron. Mixed Media.

Citron, Minna (American, 1896-1991). Untitled ("23 W. Mulberry St., Baltimore"). c.1980. Mixed media - wove paper, spray paint, thread, gallery label. Signed in silver ink, l.l. Sheet: 23" x 23" Condition: Very good to good condition. Provenance: The

Lot: 282 - Antoni Clave. Portrait de Roi dans..; Beau fixe.

Clave, Antoni (Spanish, 1913-2005). 2 prints. ++ "Portrait de Roi dans un Entourage de Motifs Decoratifs." c.1957. Lithograph. Edition 25 of 50. Signed l.r., editioned, l.l. Sheet: 34 3/4" x 26". ++ "Beau fixe." 1969. Etching, aquatint in colors,

Lot: 283 - Paul Colin. Abstract male figure. c.1970. 4 prints

Colin, Paul (French, 1882-1984). 4 impressions: Untitled. c.1970. Lithograph on wove paper. Edition 14, 40, 122, and 157 of 200. Signed in the stone l.l. Signed in pencil l.l., editioned l.r. Blindstamp, l.l corner: Guilde de la Gravure. Sheet: 22

Lot: 284 - Paul Colin. La Charité. 1970. 4 prints.

Colin, Paul (French, 1892-1985). 4 impressions: "La Charité." 1970. Lithograph. Edition 21, 23, 25, and 26 of 60. Signed in the stone, l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Blindstamp, l.l corner: Guilde dela Gravure. Sheet: 22 1/4" x 15"

Lot: 285 - Thomas Cornell. Three Faces.

Cornell, Thomas (American, 1937-2012). "Three Faces." n.d. Etching. Edition 34 of 120. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Plate: 5 3/4" x 8 13/16" Sheet: 10 1/2" x 13 1/4" Condition: Light mat burn.

Lot: 286 - Hanlyn Davies. Jumble. 1975.

Davies, Hanlyn (American, b. 1942). "Jumble." 1975. Serigraph. Edition 2 out of 125. Signed, titled and editioned, l.r. Framed: 20" x 26" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 287 - Gene Davis. Bullet Proof, from Series I. 1969.

Davis, Gene (American, 1920-1985). "Bullet Proof, from the portfolio Series I." 1969. Serigraph in colors on canvas board. Edition 80 of 150. Published by Petersburg Press, Inc. Image/Sheet: 24" x 30" Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out

Lot: 288 - Gene Davis. Mostly Mozart. Artist's Proof. 1975.

Davis, Gene (American, 1920-1985). "Mostly Mozart." 1975. Artist's proof. Signed and dated, l.l., editioned, l.r. Image: 25 5/8" x 56 3/4" Sheet: 32" x 62" Addl Info: Print used in the promotional poster for the 1975 Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart

Lot: 289 - Gene Davis. Untitled. Artist's Proof. 1973.

Davis, Gene (American, 1920-1985). Untitled. 1973. Serigraph. Artist's Proof. Having fields of green, blue, ochre, and yellow. Signed and dated l.l., editioned "A/P" l.r. Sheet: Condition: Scattered foxing throughout. Provenance: Acquired directly

Lot: 290 - Gene Davis. Homage to Barnett Newman. A/P. 1976.

Davis, Gene (American, 1920-1985). "Homage to Barnett Newman." 1976. Serigraph. Artist's Proof. Having fields of muted grey, white, red, yellow, and blue. Signed and dated l.l., editioned "A/P" l.r. Sheet: 40" x 30" Condition: Subtle toning to

Lot: 291 - After Gene Davis. 1976 Olympic Poster. Inscribed.

After Gene Davis (American, 1920-1985). 1976 Olympic Poster. After "U.S. Olympic Editions 1976." United States Olympic Committee, Olympics 1976. Kennedy Graphics, Inc. 1974. Inscribed: "To Fran my faithful helper, Love Gene." Framed: 42 1/4" x 25

Lot: 292 - Gene Davis. Mozart Festival Poster. Inscribed.

After Gene Davis (American, 1920-1985). Mostly Mozart Festival Poster. 1975. Reading on right: "Mostly Mozart Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, July 21-Aug. 23, 1975, Sponsored by Herman Goldman Foundation." Inscribed: "To Fran, who paints

Lot: 293 - After Gene Davis. Smithsonian Poster. 1975.

After Gene Davis (American, 1920-1985). Smithsonian Resident Associate Program Tenth Anniversary. 1975. Poster. Signed in pencil l.l. Condition: Foxing to margins. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist's studio.

Lot: 294 - Werner Drewes. Forest (Blue Forest). 1961.

Drewes, Werner (German-American, 1899-1985). "Blue Forest." 1961. Woodcut in black, gray, blue, orange, and yellow. Edition of 260 on Japanese paper for the Cleveland Print Club. Signed in pencil, l.r. Rose III:195. Plate: 11 3/8" x 24 1/2" Sheet:

Lot: 295 - Werner Drewes. Dream. 1971.

Drewes, Werner (German-American, 1899-1985). "Dream." 1971. Woodcut in black, green (2), purple (2), orange, yellow, red, and lavender on Japanese paper. Edition 12 of 40. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Rose III:293. Plate: 11 3/8" x 17"

Lot: 296 - Werner Drewes. Washington Print Club Woodcut.

Drewes, Werner (German-American, 1899-1985). Washington Print Club Members' Exhibition Poster. 1976. National Collection of Fine Arts. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r. Limited edition colored woodcut. 26 1/4" x 20 1/2"

Lot: 297 - Werner Drewes. Untitled. 1974.

Drewes, Werner (German-American, 1899-1985). Untitled. 1974. Christmas card. Lithograph in colors on handmade paper. Initialed and dated in pencil, l.r. Inscribed on verso: "Merry Christmas and best wishes for 1975, Werner & Maria." Sheet: 9" x

Lot: 298 - Sam Gilliam. A Fog in the Hollow. 1974.

Gilliam, Sam (American, b.1933). "A Fog in the Hollow." 1974. Monotype. Signed and dated in pencil l.r.; titled l.l. Framed: 32 1/2" x 45" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 299 - Sam Gilliam. Peter's Tweeter. 1974.

Gilliam, Sam (American, b.1933). "Peter's Tweeter." 1974. Monotype: serigraph and string in colors/rag paper. Signed and dated in pencil l.r., titled l.l., editioned l.c. Framed: 28 3/4" x 39" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 300 - Rockne Krebs. Sun Dog. 1984.

Krebs, Rockne (American, 1938-2011). "Sun Dog." 1984. Serigraph. Edition 43 of 100. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Framed: 39" x 31" Condition: Near fine. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 301 - Paul Reed. Tempe. 1980.

Reed, Paul (American, 1919-2015). "Tempe." 1980. Lithograph. Edition 16 of 25. Signed, dated, and editioned in pencil, lower margin. Framed: 15 3/4" x 30" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 302 - 3 Paul Reed prints, "6 12 87 12". 1987.

Reed, Paul (American, 1919-2015). Group of 3 prints, 2 framed. ++ "6 12 87 12". Signed, titled, and dated in pencil on bottom. Framed: 16" x 31" ++ "9 6 87 13". 1987. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil on bottom. Matted: 18" x 24" ++ "6 14 87 6".

Lot: 303 - Paul Reed. 5 25 87 2. Mixed media. 1989.

Reed, Paul (American, 1919-2015). Untitled. 1989. Mixed media with photographic collage. Triptych comprising 3 panels; 11 1/2 x 23 7/8 inches, signed and dated in pencil, numbers "5 25 87 2" l.l.

Lot: 304 - Kathleen Spagnolo. 3rd & G NW Washington, D.C.

Spagnolo, Kathleen (American, 1919 – 2016). "3rd & G N.W. Washington, D.C. 1947 and on." 1979. Etching and aquatint. Monotype. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled and editioned, l.l. Framed: 23 1/2" x 28 1/4" Addl Info: Kathleen

Lot: 305 - Kathleen Spagnolo. Mid-Summer Night's Dream. 1983

Spagnolo, Kathleen (American, 1919 – 2016). "Mid-Summer Night's Dream." 1983. Engraving. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled l.c. Matted: 25 1/4" x 39 1/2" Addl Info: Kathleen Spagnolo was born in London, England, and practiced as a graphic

Lot: 306 - Kathleen Spagnolo. Summer's End. 1962.

Spagnolo, Kathleen (American, 1919 – 2016). "Summer's End." 1962. Etching, block print, and aquatint. Edition 8 of 10. Artist's working proof. Signed, dated, titled, annotated at bottom in pencil. Sheet: 28" x 20" Board: 32" x 24" Addl Info:

Lot: 307 - Kathleen Spagnolo. Ash Wednesday. 1967.

Spagnolo, Kathleen (American, 1919 – 2016). "T.S. Eliott's 'Ash Wednesday.'" 1967. Monotype. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled, l.c., editioned, l.l. Matted: 18 1/2" x 32 1/4" Addl Info: Kathleen Spagnolo was born in London, England, and

Lot: 308 - Niki de Saint Phalle. My Love, My Love. 1968.

de Saint Phalle, Niki (French-American, 1930-2002). "My Love, My Love." 1968. Serigraph. Signed and numbered 93/100 in lower margin in pencil. Sheet: 15 1/2" x 20" Condition: Fine condition with vibrant, neon colors. Provenance: Purchased at Philips,

Lot: 309 - Hon, en katedral. Moderna Museet. 1966.

After Niki de Saint Phalle (French/American, 1930-2002). "Hon, en katedral." Exhibition poster from Moderna Museet, Stockholm. 1966. Mounted on board. 39" x 27 1/2" Condition: Heavily toned. Scattered loss.

Lot: 310 - After Jim Dine. Birds. Pace Prints Poster. 1995.

After Jim Dine (American, b.1935). "Jim Dine - Birds." 1995. Pace Prints. Color poster. Sheet: 32" x 24" Condition: Creased from folding.

Lot: 311 - Jim Dine Prints: 1970-1976. Pace Editions Poster.

After Jim Dine (American, b.1935). "Jim Dine Prints: 1970-1976." Pace Editions. 1976. For exhibition at Williams College Museum of Art. Sheet: 35" x 24 3/4" Condition: A- / Very good condition.

Lot: 312 - Jim Dine. 8 Hearts. 1970.

Dine, Jim (American, b.1935). "8 Hearts." 1970. Serigraph in colors, silver spray paint. Signed and dated in pencil, l.c. Framed: 25 1/4" x 30 1/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 313 - Piero Dorazio. Untitled. 1968.

Dorazio, Piero (Italian, 1927-2005). Untitled. 1968. Serigraph. Edition 19 of 100. Signed, dated and editioned in pencil. Sheet: 35 1/2" x 24"

Lot: 314 - Robert Ecker. Reflections. 1995.

Ecker, Robert (American, b.1946). "Reflections." 1995. Mezzotint. Edition of 40 or fewer. Inscribed in the plate, l.l. Plate: 2 1/16" x 2 1/16" Sheet: 3" x 3" Matted: 14" x 9"

Lot: 315 - Jean-Michel Folon. Cannes Festival Poster. 1979.

Folon, Jean-Michel (Belgian, 1934-2005). 32e Festival International Film Du Cannes. 1979. Lithograph poster. Framed: 32" x 24" Addl Info: For this poster for the 1979 Cannes Film Festival, Jean Michel Folon uses the same little hat-wearing character

Lot: 316 - Johnny Friedlaender. Flemish Landscape. 1956.

Friedlaender, Johnny (German, 1912-1992). "Flemish Landscape." 1956. Engraving. Artist's Proof. Signed in pencil l.r., editioned, l.l., titled and dated, l.r. margin. Sheet: 25 3/4" x 19 3/4" Condition: Closed tear upper right margin. Provenance:

Lot: 317 - Johnny Friedlaender. Abstract Etching and Aquatint

Friedlaender, Johnny (German, 1912-1992). Untitled. Etching and aquatint. Edition 95 of 95. Signed in pencil l.r., editioned, l.l. Plate: 19 1/2" x 26" Framed: 30 3/4" x 36 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Dirk

Lot: 318 - Johnny Friedlaender. Formes et Lumière. 1965.

Friedlaender, Johnny (German, 1912-1992). "Formes et Lumière." 1965. Etching and aquatint. Edition 75 of 95. Printed by Manus Presse, Stuttgart on copper plates. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Lublin 21. Framed: Condition: Under glass,

Lot: 319 - David Gentleman. Francesco di Giorgio 2. 1972.

Gentleman, David (British, b.1930). "Francesco di Giorgio 2" from the Fortifications portfolio. 1972. Serigraph. Edition 27 of 75. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Sheet: 25" x 27" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 320 - Sergio Gonzalez-Tormero. Garden in a Desert. 1964.

Gonzalez-Tornero, Sergio (Chilean, b.1927). "Garden in a Desert." 1964. Color etching and aquatint with carborundum on cream wove paper. Edition 2 out of 100. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled in pencil, l.c., and numbered in pencil, l.l.

Lot: 321 - Nancy Graves. Lunar Landscape VII. 1972.

Graves, Nancy (American, 1939-1995). "Lunar Landscape VII." 1972. From the portfolio: "Lithographs Based on Geologic Maps of Lunar Orbiter and Apollo Landing Sites." Edition 86 of 100. Pace Editions. Framed: 22 1/2" x 30" Condition: Under acrylic,

Lot: 322 - HAP Grieshaber. Group of 3 Woodcuts. c.1969-1970.

Grieshaber, HAP [Helmut Andreas Paul] (1909-1981). Group of three woodcuts. Sheet: 15" x 9 1/2" ++ Buchen I. 1969. ++ Verehrung. 1970. ++ Faun. 1968. Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 323 - Oswaldo Guayasamin. Untitled. Serigraph.

Guayasamin, Oswaldo (Equadorian, 1919-1999). Serigraph. Signed and numbered in pencil lower right. Edition 144 of 175. Framed: 24" x 18" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 324 - Paul Guiramand. Girl with Butterflies.

Guiramand, Paul (French, 1926-2008). Untitled (Girl with Butterflies). n.d. Lithograph in colors. Edition 7 of 120. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: 26" x 20" Condition: Good condition. Slight toning. Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 325 - Richard Haas. Garden Court. 1979.

Haas, Richard (American, b.1936). "Garden Court" (Trompe l'oeil, Interior Courtyard of Frick Museum in New York). 1979. Serigraph. Artist's Proof 11 of 20. Signed and editioned in ink, l.r. Sheet: 96" x 72" Condition: Oversized print. Rolled. Good

Lot: 326 - Claude Howell. Beach Cottage. 1990.

Howell, Claude (American, 1915-1997). "Beach Cottage." 1990. Serigraph. Edition 180 of 300. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.c., titled, l.l. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: From the Collection of

Lot: 327 - Claude Howell. St. Thomas Church. 1982.

Howell, Claude (American, 1915-1997). "St. Thomas Church." 1982. Serigraph. Edition 268 of 300. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.c., titled, l.l. 19 3/4" x 16" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: From the

Lot: 328 - Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Die Seereise I. 1967.

Hundertwasser, Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt (Austrian, 1928-2000). "Die Seereise I - Voyage par mer I." 1967. Etching with aquatint printed in color, wove paper. Framed: 17 1/4" x 14 1/4" Condition: Toning and mat burn. Under glass, not examined

Lot: 329 - Jean Jansem. Young Dancer.

Jansem, Jean (French, 1920-2013) Untitled (Young Dancer). Lithograph. Edition 51 of 120. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Image: 21 3/4" x 15" Framed: 25 1/4" x 18 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 330 - Ellsworth Kelly. Derrière Le Miroir No. 110.

Kelly, Ellsworth (American, 1923-2015). "Derrière Le Miroir No. 110, p.10-11." 1958. Lithograph. Sheet: 15" x 22" Matted: 22" x 29" Condition: Very good condition. Original vertical fold along center.

Lot: 331 - Harold Krisel. 3 Serigraphs. 1971.

Krisel, Harold (American, 1920-1995). Group of 3 serigraphs. ++ "Blue Curves." 1971. Edition 56 of 70. ++ "Yellow Oblete." 1971. Edition 56 of 90. ++ "Spiral and Stripes." 1971. Edition 67 of 70. Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 332 - Harold Krisel. 5 Serigraphs. 1971.

Krisel, Harold (American, 1920-1995). Group of 5 serigraphs. ++ "Spiral and Stripes." 1971. Edition 66 of 70. ++ "Yellow Oblete." 1971. Edition 58 of 70. ++ Split Oblete." 1971. Edition 44 of 70. ++ "Blue Curves." 1971. Edition 55 of 70. ++ "Red and

Lot: 333 - Nicholas Krushenick. James Bond Meets Pussy Galore

Krushenick, Nicholas (American, 1929-1999). "James Bond Meets Pussy Galore." 1964. Serigraph. Edition 50 of 200. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: 17 1/2" x 22 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 334 - Le Corbusier. Petite Confidences. 1957.

Le Corbusier [Charles-Edouard Jeanneret](French/Swiss, 1887-1965). Plate Eight: "Une Biche" from "Petite Confidences." 1957. Lithograph on paper. Edition of 125. Initialed and dated in the plate. Framed: 27 1/4" x 22 1/4" Condition: Very good

Lot: 335 - Sol Lewitt. Lines, not long, not heavy... 1970.

LeWitt, Sol (American, 1928-2007). "Lines, not long, not heavy, not touching, drawn at random." 1970. Lithograph on wove paper. Artist's Proof, 1 of 20. Signed in pencil upside down (printed text at top). Sheet: 17 1/4" x 12 1/2" Condition: Tape

Lot: 336 - Vincent John Longo. Tatha. 1970.

Longo, Vincent John (American, b.1923). "Tatha." 1970. Etching. Edition 6 of 60. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned and titled, l.l. Plate: 23 3/4" x 17 1/2" Framed: 40 1/2" x 30 1/2" Condition: Near fine condition. Handsomely framed. Under

Lot: 337 - Terence Millington. Spiral Stairway. 1996.

Millington, Terence (British, b.1942). "Spiral Staircase." 1996. Etching, aquatint in colors. Edition 113 of 250. Full margins, signed, titled, and marked in pencil in lower margin. Sheet: 26 3/4" x 20 1/4" Condition: Light toning and crease in upper

Lot: 338 - Peter Milton. April's August. 1975.

Milton, Peter (American, b.1930). "April's August." 1975. Direct photographic transfer and engraving. Edition 23 of 160. McNulty 94. Plate: 32" x 20" Framed: 40 1/4" x 27 3/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 339 - Peter Milton. Collecting with Rudi. 1974.

Milton, Peter (American, b.1930). "Collecting with Rudi." 1974. Photosensitive-ground etching and engraving with direct photographic transfer. Edition 23 of 140. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled center, editioned, l.l. McNulty 92. Plate: 20"

Lot: 340 - Peter Milton. Daylilies. 1975.

Milton, Peter (American, b.1930). "Daylilies." 1975. Photosensitive-ground etching and engraving and direct photographic transfer. Edition 49 of 160. McNulty 96. Plate: 20" x 32" Framed: 31" x 42 1/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not

Lot: 341 - Peter Milton. The Rehearsal. 1977.

Milton, Peter (American, b.1930). "Les Belles et la Bête I: The Rehearsal." 1977. Light sensitive ground etching and engraving. Edition 24 of 160. Plate: 19 3/4" x 35 1/2" Framed: 28 1/4" x 43 1/4" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass,

Lot: 342 - Peter Milton. Before the Hunt. 1978.

Milton, Peter (American, b.1930). "Les Belles et la Bête II: Before the Hunt." 1978. Resist-ground etching and engraving. Edition 4 of 160. Plate: 21 3/4" x 38 3/4" Framed: 30 1/2" x 46 1/2" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not

Lot: 343 - Peter Milton. Return. 1969.

Milton, Peter (American, b.1930). "Return." 1969. Lift-ground etching, hard-ground etching, and engraving. Edition 75 of 75. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled center, editioned, l.l. McNulty 59. Plate: 12" x 18" Framed: Condition: Near fine

Lot: 344 - Joan Miro. Miro Sculptures. 1971.

Miro, Joan (French, 1893-1983). "Miro Sculptures." 1971. Color lithograph on Arches paper. Edition 129 of 150. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Published by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Mourlot 755. Framed: 43 1/2" x 38 1/2" Condition:

Lot: 345 - William Morehouse. Stones in a Field. 1980.

Morehouse, William Paul (American, 1929-1993). Untitled (Stones in a Field). 1980. Watercolor and gouache on paper. Signed and dated in gouache, l.r. Image: 7 1/4" x 8 1/2" Framed: 15" x 16" Addl Info: Sotheby's New York label affixed to verso.

Lot: 346 - Bernard Munch. 3 colored, embossed etchings.

Munch, Bernard (German, b.1921). Group of 3 embossed etchings. Each signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. ++ Yellow Composition. Edition 38 of 90. ++ Red Composition. Edition 4 of 90. ++ Orange and Blue Composition. Edition H.C. (hors de commerce)

Lot: 347 - Tadashi Nakayama. Girl and Sunflower. 1957.

Nakayama, Tadashi (Japanese, 1927-2014). "Girl and Sunflower." 1957. Woodblock print. Signed and dated in pencil, l.l. Framed: 34" x 24" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 348 - LeRoy Neiman. Portrait of the Leopard. 1997/2001.

Neiman, LeRoy (American, 1921-2012). "Portrait of the Leopard." 1997/2001. Serigraph poster. Edition 22 of 50 S.P. 1/10 oz gold Maple Leaf Edition. Signed in gold pen, l.r. Published by LeRoy Neiman, Inc. and Knoedler Publishing. Image: 20 1/2" x 20

Lot: 349 - Louise Nevelson. Night Reflections. 1968.

Nevelson, Louise (American, 1899-1988). "Night Reflections. 1968. Serigraph. Edition 65 of 100. Signed in pink pen, l.r., editioned in pencil, l.l. Sheet: 26 1/2" 23 1/4" Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 350 - Naomi Okuya. 2 Silkscreen Prints, c.1970

Okuya, Naomi (Japanese, b.1930). 2 colored serigraphs. ++ "YU 666. Q," c.1970. Serigraph. Edition 1 of 75. Signed, titled, and editioned in pencil, lower margin. 25" x 19 3/4" ++ "YU 808. A," c.1970. Serigraph. Edition 33 of 75. Signed, titled, and

Lot: 351 - Chris Orr. Group of 3 Etchings. c.1970-1990.

Orr, Chris (American, b.1943). Group of 3 etchings with aquatint. ++ "Tea Cart." 1973. Edition 22 of 25. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Sheet: 13 1/4" x 17 1/4" ++ "Convictions in the Kitchen." 1982. Edition 36 of 50. Signed and

Lot: 352 - Victor Pasmore. Blue Movement and Green. 1980.

Pasmore, Victor (British, 1908-1998). "Blue Movement and Green." 1980. Serigraph, from the Kelpra/Tate Gallery portfolio, printed at Kelpra Studio and published by Kelpra Editions and the Tate Gallery. Edition of 150. Inscribed ‘V.P. 80’

Lot: 353 - Gabor Peterdi. Napoli I. 1973.

Peterdi, Gabor (Hungarian-American, 1915 - 2001). "Napoli I." 1973. Serigraph. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled, l.l. Framed: 25 1/2" x 31" Condition: Very good condition. Light toning. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 354 - Jurgen Peters. Discolor. 1975.

Peters, Jurgen (German, b.1936). "Discolor." 1975. Serigraph. Edition 4 of 125. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled, l.c., editioned, l.l. Sheet: Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 355 - Arthur Luiz Piza. Untitled.

Piza, Arthur Luiz (Brazilian, 1928-2017). Color aquatint, etching and embossing. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Sheet: 24" x 32"

Lot: 356 - Isabel Pons. Abstract. 1957.

Pons, Isabel (Brazilian, 1912-2002). Untitled (Abstract). 1957. Etching and aquatint on J Whatman paper. Marked "P.E." (prova experimental - trial proof). Blindstamp "G" l.l. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l., dated, l.l. Sheet: 15 3/4" x 20

Lot: 357 - Carl Ray. Animal Spirit. 1975.

Ray, Carl (Canadian, 1943-1978). "Animal Spirit." c.1975. Edition 56 of 98. Signed in pencil, l.c., titled, l.l., editioned, l.r. Sheet: 26" x 39 1/4" Condition: Mat burn.

Lot: 358 - After Gerhard Richter. Domecke II. Poster. 1998.

After Gerhard Richter (German, b.1932). "Domecke II" (Cathedral Corner II). 1998. Yellow, red, blue, and black offset print created after the oil painting Cathedral Corner [CR: 629-1] from 1987. Edition of 1000 posters on white cardboard. Gerhard

Lot: 359 - Roslyn Rose. 4 Serigraphs. Taos & Prophecy.

Rose, Roslyn (American, b.1929). Group of 4 serigraphs. ++ "Taos." Edition 87 of 125. Signed, titled, editioned, lower margin. Sheet: ++ 3 impressions: "Prophecy." Edition 97, 98, 99 of 125. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.c., titled, l.l.

Lot: 360 - Jon Scheuler. Two Lithographs. c.1981

Scheuler, Jon (American, 1916-1992). Pair of prints. ++ "Late Sunday Afternoon." 1981. Lithograph on purple-grey handmade paper. Edition 18 of 31. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., titled center, editioned, l.l. Sheet: 15 1/2" x 21" ++ "Summer Sky."

Lot: 361 - David Schneuer (1905-1988). La Boheme. Lithograph

Schneuer, David (Polish/Israeli, 1905-1988). ''La Boheme.'' Lithograph in colors. Signed l.r., and numbered l.l. in pencil. Artist's Proof. Framed: 21 1/2" x 17" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: The Estate of Jim Willis

Lot: 362 - David Schneuer (1905-1988). Cafe. Lithograph.

Schneuer, David (Polish/Israeli, 1905-1988). Untitled ("Cafe"). Lithograph, signed l.r., and numbered l.l. in pencil. Edition 211 of 250. Framed: 21" x 18 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: The Estate of Jim Willis

Lot: 363 - David Schneuer (1905-1988). Untitled. Serigraph.

Schneuer, David (Polish/Israeli, 1905-1988). Untitled. Three women surrounded by gentlemen. Serigraph in colors. Signed in the plate, u.r. Framed: 19 1/4" x 16 1/4" Condition: Very good condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance:

Lot: 364 - David Schneuer (1905-1988). The Couple. Serigraph.

Schneuer, David (Polish/Israeli, 1905-1988). "The Couple." n.d. Serigraph. Edition 139 of 250. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Sheet: 30 1/4" x 22 3/4" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 365 - David Schneuer (1905-1988). Nudes. Lithograph

Schneuer, David (Polish/Israeli, 1905-1988). Untitled (Nudes). Lithograph. Signed in plate, u.r. Framed: 18" x 15 3/4" Condition: Very good condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame. Provenance: The Estate of Jim Willis

Lot: 366 - Jean-Baptiste Sécheret. Night Reflections.

Sécheret, Jean-Baptiste (French, b.1957). "Night Reflections" or "Lakeshore." c.1990. Watercolor and gouache on paper. Signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 5 1/8" x 7 1/2" Matted: 11" x 14" Condition: Very good condition. Hinged to mat.

Lot: 367 - Ben Shahn. Frederick Douglass, I - IV. 1965.

Shahn, Ben (American-Lithuanian, 1898-1969). "Frederick Douglass, I-IV." 1965. Group of 4 serigraphs in original portfolio, as issued. Edition 139 of 250. Signed and editioned in conté crayon, l.l. Published by the Museum Of African Art,

Lot: 368 - Mel Silverman. East River Morning. 1964.

Silverman, Mel (American, 1931-1966). "East River Morning." 1964. Woodcut in colors. Edition 30 of 40. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned and titled, l.l. Framed: 28 3/4" x 40 3/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 369 - Raphael Soyer. Untitled. Woman's Head.

Soyer, Raphael (Russian-American, 1899-1987). Untitled (Woman's Head). n.d. Lithograph. Edition 106 of 150. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Framed: 20 1/2" x 20 1/2" Condition: Near fine condition. Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 370 - Raphael Soyer. Dancers. 1954.

Soyer, Raphael (Russian-American, 1899-1987). "Dancers." 1954. Lithograph. Edition of 250. Signed in the plate, l.r. signed in pencil, l.r., Cole 74. Sheet: 12" x 8" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 371 - Raphael Soyer. Woman's Head I. 2 lithos. 1979

Soyer, Raphael (Russian-American, 1899-1987). "Woman's Head I." 2 lithograph portfolio, one black & white, one colored. 1979. Edition 167 of 200. In original portfolio cover with biographical information. Signed in pencil l.r., editioned l.l. On

Lot: 372 - Raphael Soyer. Street Scene #2. 1970.

Soyer, Raphael (Russian-American, 1899-1987). Street Scene #2. 1970. Lithograph. Edition 19 of 150. Signed l.r., editioned, l.l. Gettings 111. Sheet: 24" x 18" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 373 - Marko Spalatin. Portfolio of 4 Serigraphs. c.1970.

Spalatin, Marko (Croatian/American, b.1945). Portfolio of 4 serigraphs. c.1970.

Lot: 374 - Marko Spalatin. Serigraph. c.1970.

Spalatin, Marko (Croatian/American, b.1945). Untitled (Geometric). c.1970. Serigraph. Edition 169 of 250. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 375 - James Louis Steg. The Blue Boy. 1964.

Steg, James Louis (American, 1922-2001). "The Blue Boy." 1964. Etching and aquatint on paper. Edition 4 of 30. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: 38" x 25" Condition: Good condition. Loss to lower left corner of frame. Under

Lot: 376 - James Louis Steg. The Child in the Mirror. 1968.

Steg, James Louis (American, 1922-2001). "The Child in the Mirror of the Adult." 1968. Etching and aquatint. Edition 40 of 80. Signed and dated in pencil, l.r., editioned and titled, l.l. Image: 29" x 15" Framed: 37" x 22 1/2" Condition: Very good

Lot: 377 - Carol Summers. Untitled. 1989.

Summers, Carol (American, 1925-2016). Untitled. 1989. Serigraph. Signed and dated in pencil, middle right. Framed: 62" x 37 1/2" Condition: Water damage to lower left corner. Scattered foxing.

Lot: 378 - Alvar Suñol. Untitled. Lithograph.

Suñol Munoz-Ramos, Alvar (Spanish, b.1935). Untitled. Depicts a woman sitting at a table with an apple and wine. Edition 17 of 140. Lithograph in colors on Rives paper. Sheet: 30" x 22" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 379 - Hiroyuki Tajima. Yellow Remembrance. 1977.

Tajima, Hirouki (Japanese, 1911-1984). "Yellow Remembrance." 1977. Woodcut print in colors. Edition 7 of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r., titled in English and Japanese, l.l., editioned, l.c. Framed: Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 380 - Mark Tobey. Untitled. Lithograph. c.1970.

Tobey, Mark (American, 1890-1976). Untitled. Lithograph. Signed in pencil, l.r. Sheet: 15" x 11" Condition: Very good condition.

Lot: 381 - Julian Trevelyan. Stonehenge. 1961.

Trevelyan, Julian (British, 1910-1988). "Stonehenge." 1961. Etching, aquatint on paper. Signed in pencil, l.r, titled, l.c. Turner 138. Framed: 40 1/2" x 32" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 382 - Ernest Trova. There is no common sense. 1970.

Trova, Ernest (American, 1927-2009). "There is no common sense." 1970. Serigraph/multiple. Paper sculpture. Similar paper construction produced in collaboration with Playboy, 1971. Sheet: 10" x 10" Condition: Unassembled and uncreased.

Lot: 383 - Pang Tseng-Ying. Morning Mist. 1986.

Tseng-Ying, Pang (American/Chinese, 1916-1997). "Morning Mist." 1986. Serigraph. Edition 53 of 285. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned, l.l. Framed: 39" x 30" ++ Includes book: 20 Year Retrospective Selected Works. Condition: Near fine. Under glass,

Lot: 384 - Rudolf von Huhn (1884-1968). 2 linocuts.

von Huhn, Rudolf (American, 1884-1968). Pair of linocut prints. ++ "Parquetry." 1949. Linocut. Signed and dated in the block, l.l., signed in pencil, l.r., titled in pencil, l.l. Sheet: 16" x 12" Image: 10 3/4" x 8" Framed: 19 1/2" x 13 1/2" ++ "The

Lot: 385 - Walter Henry Williams. Boy with Sunflowers. 1965.

Williams, Walter Henry (American, 1920-1998). "Boy with Sunflowers." 1965. Woodblock print in colors on thin imitation Japan paper. Edition 15 out of 210. Signed, titled, and editioned in pencil, lower margin. Framed: 20" x 33" Condition: Under

Lot: 386 - Jack Youngerman. Untitled. 1974.

Youngerman, Jack (American, b.1926). Untitled. 1974. Serigraph. Edition 63 of 150. Signed, dated, and editioned in pencil, l.l. Framed: 32 1/2" x 32 1/2" Condition: Under acrylic, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 387 - Herman Zaage. Pu'uhonua. 1999.

Zaage, Herman (American, 1927- 2008). "Pu'uhonua," 1999. Mezzotint. Edition 63 of 160. Signed, dated, titled, and editioned in pencil, lower margin. Sheet: 14" x 16" Condition: Fine condition.

Lot: 388 - Andy Warhol. Marilyn. Cancelled Silkcreen Mesh.

Warhol, Andy (American, 1928-1987). Cancelled Silkscreen Mesh used in the production of the famed 'Marilyn' serigraph series. c.1962-1967. Addl Info: Extremely rare. Includes original box used to transport mesh screen from the Museum of Fine Arts,

Lot: 389 - After Andrew Wyeth. Black Water. 1978.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "Black Water." Collotype. Signed and numbered "48." in ink, l.r. Blind stamp from Brandywine River Museum, l.l. Published in 1978 by Brandywine Conservancy, Inc. Unframed. Image: 17 7/8" x 24 1/2" Sheet: 22

Lot: 390 - After Andrew Wyeth. Easter Sunday.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "Easter Sunday." Offset lithograph. Edition 166 of 850. The Triton Collection. Image: 17 3/4" x 24 1/4" Sheet: 22 1/2” x 28 1/2” Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 391 - After Andrew Wyeth. Indian Summer. 1978.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "Indian Summer." Collotype. Signed and numbered "48." in ink, l.r. Blind stamp from Brandywine River Museum, l.l. Published in 1978 by Brandywine Conservancy, Inc. Unframed. Image 26 3/8" x 21 5/8" Sheet: 31"

Lot: 392 - After Andrew Wyeth. Seabed. 1980.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "Seabed." Collotype. Signed and numbered "48." in ink, l.r. Blind stamp from Brandywine River Museum, l.l. Published in 1980 by Brandywine Conservancy, Inc. Unframed. Image: 14 1/8" x 14 1/8" Sheet: 19 5/8" x

Lot: 393 - After Andrew Wyeth. Siri. 1979.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "Siri." Collotype. Signed and numbered "48." in ink, l.r. Blind stamp from Brandywine River Museum, l.l. Published in 1979 by Brandywine Conservancy, Inc. Unframed. Image: 19 7/8" x 19 5/8" Sheet: 24" x 24

Lot: 394 - After Andrew Wyeth. The Finn. 1976.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "The Finn." Lithograph in colors. Edition 223 of 300. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1976. Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 395 - After Andrew Wyeth. The Sauna. 1979.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "The Sauna." Collotype. Signed and numbered "48." in ink, l.r. Blind stamp from Brandywine River Museum, l.l. Published in 1979 by Brandywine Conservancy, Inc. Unframed. Image 19 5/8" x 23" Sheet: 24 3/4" x

Lot: 396 - After Andrew Wyeth. The Virgin. 1977.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). "The Virgin." Collotype. Signed and numbered "48." in ink, l.r. Blind stamp from Brandywine River Museum, l.l. Published in 1977 by Brandywine Conservancy, Inc. Unframed. image: 26" x 18 3/4" Sheet: 30 3/8" x

Lot: 397 - After Andrew Wyeth. End of Olsons. 1976.

After Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009). 'End of Olsons." Lithograph in colors. Edition 223 of 300. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1976. Condition: Near fine condition.

Lot: 398 - Ansel Adams. Fresh Snow, Yosemite Valley. 1947.

Adams, Ansel Easton (American, 1902-1984). Fresh Snow, Yosemite Valley, California, 1947. Gelatin silver print. Un-editioned press photograph (reduced size) used in promotional material for "Ansel Adams and the West" at The Museum of Modern Art, New

Lot: 399 - Francesco Scavullo. Martha Graham's Dancers. 1980

Scavullo, Francesco (American, 1921-2004). "Martha Graham's Dancers." 1980. Chromogenic print. Edition 15 of 30. Signed and dated on verso in ink. Stamped with the artist's stamp and inscribed with edition number. Sheet: 13" x 16 7/8" Addl Info:

Lot: 400 - Michiko Kon. Sunflower and Sardines. 1990.

Kon, Michiko (Japan, b.1955). "Sunflower and Sardines." 1990. Bromoil gelatin silver print. Edition 27 of 75. Image: 19 3/4" x 15 3/4" Framed: 30 1/4" x 24 1/4" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 401 - Barbara Young. Stormy Morning (2). 1993.

Young, Barbara (American, b. 1920). "Stormy Morning (2)." 1993. Ilfochrome print. Signed, dated, titled, editioned (C-3) in pencil on mat. Framed: 18 1/2" x 24" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 402 - László Moholy-Nagy. Universe and La

After László Moholy-Nagy (Hungarian, 1895-1946). Pair of photographs. "Universe" and "La Sarraz." 1994. From the edition for a German art society (einmalige auflage für die griffelkunst). Bromoil gelatin silver print. Sheet, each: 15

Lot: 403 - Édouard Bernard. Tire au Flanc Poster. 1904.

Bernard, Édouard Alexandre (French, 1879-1950). "Tire au Flanc." 1904. Poster advertising Belle Époque comedy by André Sylvane and André Mouézy-Éon. Produced by Tournees Frederic a Chard. Framed: 52" x 68" Condition:

Lot: 404 - Forain. La Parisienne Du Siècle Poster, 1852.

Forain, Jean-Louis (French, 1852-1931). La Parisienne Du Siècle, 1892. Forain’s original full-size 1892 poster by artisans at Atelier Cheret. The image was an advertisement for an art exhibition by women artists at the Palais de

Lot: 405 - Jean de Paleologu. Chand d´Habits /

Paleologu, Jean de (Romanian, 1855-1942). "Chand d´Habits / Folies-Bergère." c.1897. Poster lithograph. Imp. Dupont, Paul. Sheet: 59 5/8" x 36 1/2" Addl Info: Extremely rare. Condition: A- / Very good condition. Restored. Linen backed.

Lot: 406 - Società Dante Alighieri. Bank of Italy, 1905.

Anonymous (Initials R.F.S.), 1905. Lithograph poster. Imp. Tipografia della Banca d'Italia. Issued around 1905 to promote a loan program benefiting the Cassa Nazionale di Previdenza per la Invalidità e la Vecchiaia Degli Operai (National

Lot: 407 - Leonetto Cappiello. Maurin Quina. Poster. 1906.

Cappiello, Leonetto (French, 1875-1942). "MAURIN QUINA." 1906. Poster lithograph in colors. French absinthe apéritif advertisement. Printed by P. Vercasson, Rue de Lancry, Paris. Sheet: 63 1/2" x 47 3/4" Addl Info: Extremely rare. Condition:

Lot: 408 - Alfred Choubrac. Le Fétiche. Poster. 1890.

Choubrac, Alfred (French, 1853-1902). "Le Fétiche - Theatre des Menus-Plaisirs." 1890. Lith. F. Appel, Paris. Original poster lithograph. Sheet: 32 1/2" x 25 1/2" Addl Info: Theatre poster for the operetta, 'Le Fetiche,' with music by Victor

Lot: 409 - Cândido de Faria. Ce Soir: E. Laurvald.

de Faria, Cândido Aragonese (Brazilian, 1849-1911). "Ce Soir: E. Laurvald." c.1910. Color poster. Affiches Faria, 6, rue de Steinkerque, Paris. Imp. Bourgerie… c.1910. Sheet: 40 3/4" x 29 1/4" Condition: B / Good condition. Toning present.

Lot: 410 - Gustave Fraipont. Monna Vanna. Poster. 1909.

Fraipont, Gustave (French, 1849-1923). "Mona Vanna." 1909. Poster lithograph. Théatre National de L'opéra. Printed by Delanchy, Paris. Signed in the plate, l.l. Sheet: 35 1/4 x 25 1/2" Condition: A- / Very good condition. Not linen backed.

Lot: 411 - Vikke van de Bergh. Carmosine. 1913.

Bergh, Vikke Van den (1876-1953). "Carmosine." 1913. Original lithograph poster. Theatre Lyrique Municipal, Paris. Published by Veillard, Paris. Printed by R. Engelmann, Paris. Sheet: 35 1/2" x 26 7/8" Addl Info: Opera with libretto by Henry Cain and

Lot: 412 - Eugène Grasset. Jeanne d'Arc. Sarah

Grasset, Eugène (French, 1841-1917). "Jeanne d'Arc. Sarah Bernhardt." 1890. Poster commissioned by Sarah Bernhardt, the French actress, to advertise her stage appearance in the role of Jeanne d'Arc, or Joan of Arc. Printed and published by Nouv.

Lot: 413 - Charles-Lucien Léandre. Panurge. Massenet.

Léandre, Charles-Lucien (French, 1862-1934). "Panurge... Massenet." 1913. Original lithographic poster. Printed by J. Minot, Paris. Signed and dated in the stone. Sheet: 35 1/2" x 24 3/4" Addl Info: A striking image of the rogue Panurge, created

Lot: 414 - George A. Rochegrosse. Antar Conte & Penelope.

Rochegrosse, George Antoine (French 1859-1938). 2 posters, 1 original, 1 reproduction. ++ "Antar Conte Heroique." Theatre National de l'Opera. 1921. Original color lithograph poster. Signed in the plate, l.r. Published by Maquet Gr., Paris. Full

Lot: 415 - Jupp Wiertz. Römerberg-Festspiele 1936

Wiertz, Jupp (German, 1888-1939). "Römerberg-Festspiele." 1936. Lithograph poster. Shakespeare festival poster. August Osterrieth Frankfurt A.M. Sheet: Condition: A / Near fine condition. Linen backed.

Lot: 416 - Jupp Wiertz. Bayreuth Festival Performance. 1937.

Wiertz, Jupp (German, 1888-1939). Bayreuth Festival Performances poster. 1937. A black and orange orchestra at opera's oldest summer music festival playing below a glowing image of Richard Wagner in profile. German version. Lithograph. Image: 26" x

Lot: 417 - Gustavo Bacarisas Podesta. Sevilla. 1929. Poster.

Podesta, Gustavo Bacarisas (Spanish, 1873-1971). "Sevilla." c.1929. Lithograph poster. For the Spanish American Exhibition 1929-1930. Spanish version. Image: 31 1/2" x 23" Framed: 39 3/8" x 31" Condition: Under acrylic, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 418 - Joop Sjollema. Mozart Opera Poster. c.1920s

Sjollema, Johan Sybo (Joop) (Dutch, 1900-1991). Mozart: Entführung Aus Dem Serail. c.1920. Promoting performances of Mozart's "Abduction from the Seraglio," conducted by Bruno Walter in Amsterdam and Den Haag (The Hague), Netherlands. Sheet: 47

Lot: 419 - Musee Richartz. Exposition Stephan Lochner. Poster

"Musee Wallraf Richartz Exposition: Stephan Lochner." Cologne: Schnitt U. Druck Bachem Köln, 1936. Poster for an exhibition at the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne, Germany. Imprimé en allemagne. Sheet: 36" x 26" Condition: A / near fine

Lot: 420 - Geo S Dixon. New Brighton Wallasey, Cheshire Coast

Dixon, George Scholefield (British, 1890-?). "New Brighton Wallasey, Cheshire Coast." 1949. Lithographic poster. London Lithographic for British Railways, London Midland Region. Image: 39 1/2" x 49 1/2" Framed: 44 1/2" x 54 1/2" Condition: A- / Very

Lot: 421 - Hamburg-Amerika Linie. Albert Fuss Poster.

Fuss, Albert (German, 1889-1969). "Hamburg-Amerika Linie." Poster lithograph in colors. Printed by Kunst & Werberdruck, Frankfurt. Framed: 42 3/4" x 33" Condition: Under acrylic, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 422 - Crüwell Mekka. Tobacco Poster. 1934.

"Crüwell Mekka." Tobacco Poster. c.1934. Color offset lithograph poster. "Orient-Virginy-Feinschnitt." Published by Gebrüder Crüwell Spezialfabrik. Sheet: 33" x 23" Condition: A- / Very good condition. Not linen backed, some creasing

Lot: 423 - Spielzeug Ausstellung Poster. S. Malz, Berlin.

German Art Deco advertising poster promoting an exhibition of children's toys. c.1925. S. Malz, G.M.B.H. Berlin. Circle of Kurt Börmel (German, act. 1920-1940). Depicts a child riding a rocking horse. Offset printing and color lithography with

Lot: 424 - Louis Oppenheim. Einrichtungsgegenstände...

Oppenheim, Louis (German, 1879-1936). "Einrichtungsgegenstände aus Aluminium, Kupfer, Messing, Nickel, Zinn sind enteignet, liefert sie ab!" Berlin: Weygandt, 1918. German WWI scrap metal confiscation poster. 28 13/16" x 38 5/16" Condition:

Lot: 425 - Swiss Propaganda Poster Sozialdemokraten 1947

Gilsi, Rene (Swiss, 1905-2002). Swiss political art/propaganda poster promoting the Social Democratic Party in the years immediately after WWII. 1947. Printed by J.C. Muller A.G. in Zurich, Switzerland. Artist's printed signature at bottom left.

Lot: 426 - Pregartbauer. Austrian Propaganda Poster. c.1934.

Pregartbauer, Lois (Austrian, 1899-1971). "Burger, Bauer, Kaufmann, Soldat: Arbeiter Schlieszet Den Ring." Austria. c.1934. Published: Wiener Zeitung, Vienna. Sheet: 37 1/2" x 24 3/4" Condition: A- / Very good condition. Not linen backed.

Lot: 427 - Budget League Dreadnoughts Churchill Poster. 1909.

Original British domestic propaganda poster. 1909. Chromolithograph poster. Published by Sir Winston Churchill's Budget League, Whitehall House, Charing Cross. Printed by Stafford & Co., Ltd, Netherfield, Nottinghamshire. Sheet: 40" x 30" Addl

Lot: 428 - Norman Rockwell. Freedom From Want. 1943.

Rockwell, Norman (American, 1894-1978). "Freedom From Want." 1943. Original, large-format poster. US Government Printing Office #1943-O-511886 / Office of War Information Poster No 45. Sheet: 56" x 40" Condition: A-/B+ / Very good condition. Original

Lot: 429 - Albert Herter. YMCA United War Work Poster. 1918.

Herter, Albert (American, 1871-1950). "The 'Y' has More than 2000 Such Homes for Our Boys - United War Work Campaign - November 11-18." c.1918. Printed by Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., Brooklyn, NY. Original poster. Framed: 64" x 44 1/2" Addl Info:

Lot: 430 - Guy Lipscombe. Britishers Enlist To-Day. c.1917.

Lipscombe, Guy (British, 1881-1952). "Britishers Enlist To-Day." Recruitment Rail Office Poster. Published by The Hegeman Print, New York. c.1917. To encourage British citizens living in the U. S. to return home to enlist in the British Army.

Lot: 431 - How do you like 'em, Mr. H....? Alcoa Aluminum.

Alcoa Aluminum Home Front Poster. 1942. World War II Alcoa Aluminum advertising poster depicting war planes. Original color offset poster. Advertisement appeared in Life Magazine and The Saturday Evening Post. Sheet: 32" x 24 5/8" Condition: A- /

Lot: 432 - Enlist Now. U.S. Marine Corps, Peleliu. Poster.

Roman, D.N. (American, 20th c.). "Enlist Now. U.S. Marine Corps. Peleliu." c.1945-52. Poster shows four marines on Peleliu Island, with shoulder sleeve insignia for the the 1st Marine Division, the 3rd Marine Amphibious Corps, the 2nd and the 4th

Lot: 433 - E.F. Ward. Father's Day Poster. 1949.

Ward, Edmund Franklin (American, 1892-1990). "Remember Father, Builder of our Nation's Future. Father's Day, June 19, Today's Children are Tomorrow's America." 1949. Poster Lithograph. Printed in USA by NCPFD, Inc. Sheet: 49" x 38" Condition: A-/B /

Lot: 434 - Silver Wings Aviation Cadet Poster. 1943.

"You Can Have Silver Wings." 1943. Poster lithograph. Aviation Cadet Recruitment. Signed in the block, middle left. Joint Army and Navy Personnel Board. Published by the Recruiting Publicity Bureau, United States Army. P-63-RPB-10-1-43-10M. Sheet: 42

Lot: 435 - Group of Soviet Lenin Poster Portraits. 1960s.

A group of four Soviet propaganda posters depicting Vladimir Lenin. Russia. c.1965-1969. ++ Vladimir Lenin facing left, red and white background. "Leader Lenin," l.r. 1965. Sheet: 26 5/16" x 38 1/4". ++ Half-body, wearing hat. Teal background,

Lot: 436 - Group of 1930s Asian Advertising Posters.

Group of 6 Asian Advertising Posters. ++ Harumoto Soap Company of Osaka, Japan for Shanghai, China. Haru Motomachi Factory. Metal support bars attached to top and bottom. Sheet: 29 1/2" x 19 1/4" ++ China, Shandong, Qingdau Tobacco Company. With

Lot: 437 - Chairman Mao Propaganda Poster. 1967.

"Long live the great Chairman Mao. Long live the solidarity of the people of the world!" 1967. People's Fine Arts Publishing House (Beijing Renmin Chubanshe). Framed: 21 3/4" x 31" Condition Under acrylic, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 438 - Pair of Spanish and Mexican Travel Posters. c.1950

Fly to Mexico by Clipper: Pan American World Airways System. c.1950. ++ MEXICO: Mexico Tourist Association. Features bull fighter and young woman in traditional dress. c.1960. Condition: As photographed. Open loss to margins of Mexico Tourist

Lot: 439 - Luc-Marie Bayle. TAI Poster. 1959.

Bayle, Luc-Marie (French, 1914-2000). TAI (Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux) Poster. 1959. Poster lithograph. Printed by Hubert Baille, Paris. Sheet: 22 1/4" x 31 3/8" Framed: 23 3/4 x 32 1/2" Condition: Under glass, not examined out of

Lot: 440 - Hawaii United Air Lines Waikiki '73 Travel Poster

Hawaii United Air Lines Waikiki '73 Poster. 1973. Sheet: 43" x 27" Condition: A / near fine condition. Linen backed.

Lot: 441 - David Klein. TWA Greece Poster. c.1960.

Klein, David (American, 1918-2005). "Greece, FLY TWA Jets." c.1960. Original vintage travel poster. Sheet: 42" x 26 3/4" Condition: A / Linen backed.

Lot: 442 - David Klein TWA Poster Group, c.1959/1960.

Klein, David (American, 1918-2005). Group of 4 TWA travel posters. ++ Germany FLY TWA JETS. c.1960. Original paper, not linen-backed. Near fine condition(A/A-) ++ Portugal FLY TWA. c.1960. Original paper, not linen-backed. Near fine condition. (A/A+)

Lot: 443 - Menton Tropical France 1964 German Poster.

Sutherland, Graham (British, 1903-1980). Original German edition, vintage travel advertising poster. "Tropen en Frankreich Menton" (Menton Tropical France). Menton 1964 France Cote d'Azur Alpes Maritimes Affiche. Jan 5, 1964, promoting travel, to a

Lot: 444 - Japan Qantas Poster c.1970.

Anonymous. Japan Qantas Poster. c.1970. Image based on Japanese garden lanterns. Printed in Australia. Qantas logo from c.1968-1984. Sheet: Condition: A- / Linen backed

Lot: 445 - KLM Royal Flying Dutchman Poster. c.1950.

van Heusden, Joop (Dutch, 1920-2013). The Flying Dutchman - KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Poster. c.1950. "Maintaining a Fine Tradition." Printed by Kühn & Zn, Rotterdam. Sheet: 39 1/2" x 23 1/2" Addl Info: Extremely rare. Condition: A- / Near

Lot: 446 - VARIG Airlines Argentina Travel Poster. c.1970.

VARIG (Viação Aérea RIo-Grandense) Argentina Travel Poster. c.1970. Poster design by N. Jungbluth. Framed: Condition: Under acrylic, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 447 - Val d'Isère, Savoie, France. Poster. 1964.

"Val d'Isère, Savoie, France." Poster. 1964. Offset color lithograph poster. Imp. Braun Mulhouse and the General Tourism Commissioner. Sheet: 41" x 27" Condition: A- / Very good condition. Linen backed. Some light folds along the bottom edges

Lot: 448 - Ciganovio. Winter In Italy. Poster. c.1960.

"Winter In Italy" Ski Poster. Italy: E.N.I.T, ca. 1960s. Poster photographed by Ciganovio of the Monte Bondone Ski Runs, graphic design by Arti Grafiche Marchesi. Sheet: 41 3/4" x 26" Condition: A / Near fine condition. Linen backed.

Lot: 449 - Lowell Nesbitt. Air Space Museum Opening Poster

Nesbitt, Lowell (American, 1933-1993). "History of Flight." "National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.- July, 1976." Lithograph poster. Edition 35 of 50. Signed in pencil, l.r., editioned l.l. Framed: 47 1/4" x 37 1/4"

Lot: 450 - Hirshhorn Museum of Art 1974 Opening Poster

Lithograph, poster from Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Opening Exhibition in 1974, featuring work by Willem de Kooning (Dutch, 1904-1997), "Queen of Hearts," 1943-46. Sheet: 36" x 24"

Lot: 451 - Carol Summers. Francesco Petrarca Exhibition. 1974

Summers, Carol (American, 1925-2016). Francesco Petrarca: Citizen of the World, 1974. Exhibition Poster for the Folger Shakespeare Library in celebration of the 600th anniversary of Francesco Petrarca’s death. Unsigned. Sheet: 37 7/8” x

Lot: 452 - Sunkist Original Advertising Poster, c.1950.

Sunkist California Oranges - Best for Juice and Every use. Lithograph produced in the USA. Serial R-104. Condition: A- / Very good condition. Creased fold along center.

Lot: 453 - Larry Van Alstyne. 1976 Winter Olympics Poster.

Van Alstyne, Lawrence (American, 20th Century). Denver 1976 Winter Olympics Poster. Inscribed 'Limited Edition" in pencil, l.r., signed, l.r. Sheet: Addl Info: For the unrealized 1976 Denver Olympics. Condition: Closed tear to right margin.

Lot: 454 - Happy Motoring! Poster. c.1950.

Vintage automotive advertising poster. c.1950. For an unidentified insurance company, or possibly part of the informational campaigns by the American Automobile Association in the late 1940s and 1950s. Sheet: 43" x 27" Condition: A / Linen backed.

Lot: 455 - Steve Frykholm. Herman Miller Summer Picnic. 1974.

Frykholm, Steve (American, b. 1942). Herman Miller Summer Picnic Poster. 1974. Abstracted popcorn and orange stars. Sheet: 39 1/2" x 25".

Lot: 456 - Kim Whitesides. World's Fair for Youth New York.

Whitesides, Kim (American, 20th c.) "Worlds Fair for Youth. New York, 1969." Poster for The First Worlds Fair for Youth. Festival featured: Tommy James and the Shondells, Rhinoceros, and The Illusion. Sheet: 45" x 30" Condition: A / near fine

Lot: 457 - 120 Swann Print & Poster Catalogs.

[Reference/Prints & Posters] Total of 120 auction catalogs, wraps, mostly 8vo, nearly all issued by Swann Galleries, NY. Few have prices realized. (1) 58 Swann Old Master – Modern Prints, June 7, 1990 – Oct. 31, 2007. (2) 29 Swann

Lot: 458 - 38 important Swann Catalogs, mostly Posters.

[Reference/Posters & Art] Total of 38 auction catalogs, wraps, 8vo, all issued by Swann Galleries, NY. (1) 10 Vintage Posters, 2011-2016, (2) 6 Rare and Important Travel Posters, 2010-2015. (3) 4 Modernist Posters, 2012-2015. (4) 6 Posters,




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