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  • ROBERTO MATTA (CHILEAN, 1911-2002)

    ROBERTO MATTA (CHILEAN, 1911-2002)

  • RUFINO TAMAYO (MEXICAN, 1899-1991)

    RUFINO TAMAYO (MEXICAN, 1899-1991)

  • ERNEST TINO TROVA (AMERICAN, 1927-2009)

    ERNEST TINO TROVA (AMERICAN, 1927-2009)

  • HENRY MOORE (BRITISH, 1898-1986)

    HENRY MOORE (BRITISH, 1898-1986)

Lot: 1 - ROBERTO MATTA (CHILEAN, 1911-2002) PERSER L’INVISIBLE

Roberto Matta (Chilean, 1911-2002) Perser l’invisible 1995, signed in felt-tip pen and numbered 102/125 (there were also 35 artist's proofs), the full sheet, Nordstamp Fine Art, Buford, Georgia, publisher. Etching with carborundum on handmade paper.sight: 38 3/8 x 38 3/8 in. (97.2 x 97.2cm) Condition report: Note: this artwork was not examined out of the frame. Frame: 47 x 47 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 2 - RUFINO TAMAYO (MEXICAN, 1899-1991) HOMBRE OBSCURO (DARK MAN)

Rufino Tamayo (Mexican, 1899-1991) Hombre Obscuro (Dark Man) 1976, pencil signed and annotated 'P.P.' (a printer's proof, the edition was 175 on Arches and 50 on Japon nacré, plus 15 artist's proofs), the full sheet, Transworld Art, New York, publisher. Lithograph in colors on wove paper.sheet: 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. (64.7 x 49.5cm)[Pereda, 218] Condition report: Frame: 37 x 31 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 3 - ERNEST TINO TROVA (AMERICAN, 1927-2009) F.M. GOX (TRISTAN GOX)

Ernest Tino Trova (American, 1927-2009) F.M. Gox (Tristan Gox) 1976, incised with signature, numbered 9/125, stamped with title and 'Pace Editions, Inc.' underside. Bronze and steel on acrylic base. height: 10 1/2 in. (26.7cm)width: 8 1/4 in. (21cm)depth: 2 in. (5.1cm)base: 1/4 x 8 x 3 in. (0.6 x 20.3 x 7.6cm)

Lot: 4 - HENRY MOORE (BRITISH, 1898-1986) RECLINING MOTHER AND CHILD WITH GREY BACKGROUND

Henry Moore (British, 1898-1986) Reclining Mother and Child With Grey Background 1982, pencil signed and numbered 21/50, the full sheet, Raymond Spencer Company Ltd. for the Henry Moore Foundation, Much Hadham, in association with Visconti, Vienna, publisher. Lithograph on T. H. Saunders paper. sheet: 21 1/2 x 29 5/8 in. (54.6 x 75.3cm)[Cramer, 655]Unframed. Condition report: In excellent condition. The extreme corners are very gently worn. With very light surface soiling on the reverse. A small, vertical crease approximately 1" is present in the bottom right corner verso but is unobtrusive from the front. Unframed.

Lot: 5 - LEON UNDERWOOD (BRITISH, 1890-1975) LOT'S WIFE

Leon Underwood (British, 1890-1975) Lot's Wife Incised with signature, title, and numbered 2/7. Bronze with dark brown patina on wood base.height: 8 3/4 in. (22.2cm)width: 4 3/4 in. (12.1cm)depth: 3 3/4 in. (9.5cm)base: 1 1/2 x 6 1/8 x 5 1/8 in. (3.8 x 15.6 x 13cm)

Lot: 6 - GALILEO CHINI (ITALIAN, 1873-1956) "TRISTEZZA O FURIA" VASE, L'ARTE DELLA CERAMICA, FLORENCE, ITALY, CIRCA 1900

Galileo Chini (Italian, 1873-1956) "Tristezza O Furia" Vase, L'Arte Della Ceramica, Florence, Italy, circa 1900 Glazed majolicaBlue glaze mark: "DACF FIRENZE, 7"Raised, impressed L'Arte Della Ceramica mark (obscured by drill hole) (H: 13 1/8, Dia: 9 1/4 in.) Provenance Property from a Private American Collection Footnote: Literature Fausto Salvatori, Galileo Chini, “Tristezza – O Furia,” Fiammetta 1, no. 29 (1896). (For a related illustration by the artist, reproduced here as the third lot image, courtesy of the Repertorio delle Opere di Galileo Chini.) Note The design for the present lot appears to have been based on an illustration completed by the artist for a poem by Fausto Salvatori (Italian, 1870-1929) entitled "Tristezza- O Furia!", published in the magazine Fiammetta in 1896. Condition report: Professional restoration to lower third of body to stabilize in-body cracks, with minimal inpainting at crack lines, now stabilized. No breaks or repairs to handles. Formerlly drilled as a lamp. Drill hole present, going through and partially obscuring DACF raised mark. Triangular section of fill to loss at base measuring approx. 4 x 2 1/2 in. with associated, small section of filled loss measuring approx. 3 in. along foot extending approx. 1 1/4 in. triangularly into small section of lower body with associated inpainting to lower area of painted decoration. 2" vertical, darkened hairline extending from rim. Small, filled rim chip. Age-appropriate shelf wear to foot. Crack lines with associated small losses visible to interior.

Lot: 7 - ELMYR DE HORY (HUNGARIAN, 1906-1976) HOMAGE TO MODIGLIANI

Elmyr de Hory (Hungarian, 1906-1976) Homage to Modigliani Inscribed verso, oil on canvas. (21 1/4 x 14 1/4 in. (54 x 36.2cm)) Provenance Private Collection, New York.

Lot: 8 - ÉMILE BERNARD (FRENCH, 1868-1941) PAUL CÉZANNE, PORTRAIT DANS L'ATELIER DEVANT LES GRANDES BAIGNEUSES, AIX-EN-PROVENCE (PAUL CÉZANNE, PORTRAIT IN THE WORKSHOP IN FRONT OF THE GREAT BATHERS, AIX-EN-PROVENCE)

Émile Bernard (French, 1868-1941) Paul Cézanne, Portrait Dans L'Atelier Devant Les Grandes Baigneuses, Aix-En-Provence (Paul Cézanne, Portrait in the Workshop in Front of the Great Bathers, Aix-En-Provence) 1904, gelatin silver bromide print. (10 x 14 in. (25.4 x 35.6cm)) Provenance A Philadelphia Estate. Condition report: In overall good to fair condition. The sheet has been trimmed to the edges of the image and mounted to a backing. The sheet with spots of surface soiling, particularly an abrasion in the bottom right corner. Two horizontal creases are present in the top right corner, but were flattened when the sheet was mounted to the backing. White pinpoints of loss are present in the top right and bottom left corners. The sheet is mounted to the matboard along the top edge. The backing is inscribed in pencil in French; see Specialists photos for more details. Frame: 22 1/2 x 28 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 9 - PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (FRENCH, 1841-1919) LES BAIGNEUSES (WOMEN BATHING)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) Les Baigneuses (Women Bathing) 1908, from the edition of 30-50, the full sheet, Auguste Clot, Paris, printer. Transfer lithograph on MBM Ingres d'Arches laid paper.sheet: 18 5/8 x 24 5/8 in. (47.3 x 62.5cm)[Deltiel, 51; Stella, 51] Condition report: In good to fair overall condition. The sheet is toned at the extreme edges. The sheet with occasional ripples and handling creases, particularly along the bottom edge. The sheet with occasional points of early foxing. A cursive 'G' appears inscribed in pencil at bottom center. Note: this artwork was not examined out of the frame as all four edges of the sheet are visible and all four corners are mounted to the backing. Frame: 31 1/2 x 38 x 3 in.

Lot: 10 - PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (FRENCH, 1841-1919) BAIGNEUSE ASSISE (SEATED BATHER)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) Baigneuse Assise (Seated Bather) 1897 (printed 1919), signed in plate upper left, stamp signed bottom right, from the edition of 1000, with full margins, Ambroise Vollard, Paris, publisher. Soft ground etching on cream wove paper.image: 8 5/8 x 5 3/8 in. (21.9 x 13.7cm)sheet: 12 5/8 x 9 11/16 in. (32 x 24.6cm)[Delteil, 11] Condition report: In very good overall condition. The sheet is gently toned with time, most noticeable along the extreme edges. Occasional spots of early foxing are present in the margins. A black pinpoint spot of surface soiling is present in the right margin. Remnants of previous hinging are present on the top corners of the verso. Inscribed in pencil 'G16633' bottom left verso. Frame: 23 x 19 5/8 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 11 - ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ (RUSSIAN/AMERICAN, 1878-1965) UNTITLED (TRIO OF FIGURES)

Abraham Walkowitz (Russian/American, 1878-1965) Untitled (Trio of Figures) Each signed and dated 1900 bottom right, ink and ink wash on paper, three studies under one mount. (each: 6 5/8 x 5 1/4 in. (16.8 x 13.3cm)) Qty: (3) Provenance Private Collection, New York. Condition report: Frame: 13 3/4 x 26 1/2 x 1 in. Note: This work was not examined out of frame.

Lot: 12 - PABLO PICASSO (SPANISH, 1881-1973) BUSTE D'HOMME (PLATE IV FROM LA SUITE DES SALTIMBANQUES)

Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Buste d'Homme (Plate IV from La Suite des Saltimbanques) 1905 (printed 1913), stamp signed in the plate, from the edition of 250, with wide margins, Ambroise Vollard, Paris, publisher. Drypoint etching on Van Gelder wove paper. image: 4 3/4 x 3 1/2 in. (12.1 x 8.9cm)sheet: 11 3/4 x 8 in. (29.8 x 20.3cm)[Bloch, 4; Baer, 5] Condition report: In overall fair condition. The sheet is foxing, most evident in the upper right corner. The sheet is also mat stained around the four edges. The sheet has been unevenly trimmed. The sheet is hinged twice along the top edge. See Specialist's photos for details. Frame: 14 3/4 x 12 3/4 x 1/2 in.

Lot: 13 - PAUL-ÉMILE PISSARRO (FRENCH, 1884-1972) L'ARBRE AU BORD DE LA RIVIERE (THE TREE AT THE EDGE OF THE RIVER)

Paul-Émile Pissarro (French, 1884-1972) L'Arbre au Bord de la Riviere (The Tree at the Edge of the River) Signed bottom right, titled on stretcher verso, oil on canvas. (21 x 17 1/2 in. (53.3 x 44.5cm)) Provenance Wally Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach, Florida and Chicago, Illinois Condition report: Framed: 31 1/4 x 27 1/2 x 3 1/2 in - Inscribed no. 23 verso

Lot: 14 - FRENCH SCHOOL ART DECO CONSOLE, CIRCA 1925

French School Art Deco Console, circa 1925 Wrought iron, marble (H: 34 3/4, W: 10 1/2, L: 39 in.)

Lot: 15 - DIETZ EDZARD (GERMAN, 1893-1963) VASE DE FLEURS

Dietz Edzard (German, 1893-1963) Vase de Fleurs Signed bottom right, oil on canvas. (13 1/4 x 10 1/4 in. (33.7 x 26cm)) Provenance Private Collection, New Jersey. Condition report: Frame: 18 x 13 x 1 1/4 in.

Lot: 16 - FRANÇOIS GALL (FRENCH/HUNGARIAN, 1912-1987) PARIS

François Gall (French/Hungarian, 1912-1987) Paris Signed and titled bottom center, oil on canvas. (23 3/8 x 28 1/2 in. (59.4 x 72.4cm)) Provenance Private Collection, New York. Condition report: Frame: 31 x 36 1/2 x 2 in.

Lot: 17 - FRANÇOIS GALL (FRENCH/HUNGARIAN, 1912-1987) ARCACHON

François Gall (French/Hungarian, 1912-1987) Arcachon Signed and titled bottom left, oil on canvas. (19 5/8 x 23 7/8 in. (49.8 x 60.6cm)) Provenance Private Collection, New York. Condition report: Frame: 27 3/4 x 32 x 1 3/4 in.

Lot: 18 - ALFRED MORANG (AMERICAN, 1901-1958) IMAGINING PARIS

Alfred Morang (American, 1901-1958) Imagining Paris Signed twice and dated '45' bottom right, oil on board. (8 3/4 x 15 1/8 in. (22.2 x 38.4cm)) Provenance Private Collection, Florida. Condition report: Frame: 18 x 24 x 1 3/4 in.

Lot: 19 - EUGÈNE BABOULÈNE (FRENCH, 1905-1994) RADE DE TOULON

Eugène Baboulène (French, 1905-1994) Rade de Toulon Signed bottom right, signed again, titled and dated 1963 verso, oil on canvas. (22 3/4 x 46 3/8 in. (57.8 x 117.8cm)) Provenance Galerie Romanet, Paris, France.Nicholas F. Rizzo Fine Arts, Inc., Chatham, New Jersey.Galerie Felix Vercel, New York, New York.Private Collection, New Jersey (acquired directly from the above). Condition report: Frame: 28 x 51 3/4 x 1 1/4 in.

Lot: 20 - ATTRIBUTED TO NAPOLEONE MARTINUZZI (ITALIAN, 1892-1977) "CANETON", VENINI, ITALY, CIRCA 1928

Attributed to Napoleone Martinuzzi (Italian, 1892-1977) "Caneton", Venini, Italy, circa 1928 Blown glass with fused zanfirico glass canes (H: 11 3/4, W: 5 3/4, D: 8 in.) Provenance Ex. Collection, Prince Montino Bourbon Del Monte Di San Faustino, Montecito, CaliforniaAcquired from the aboveProperty from a Private American Collection Footnote: Literature Anna Venini Diaz de Santillana, Venini: Catalogue Raisonné 1921-1986, (2000), pp. 72, 196Marina Barovier, Rosa Barovier Mentasti, and Attilia Dorigato, Il Vetro Di Murano Alle Biennali 1895-1972, (1995), pp. 28, 120 Condition report: Very good overall with no major breaks or repairs. The interior with overall, small snowflake-like surface accumulations. The beak with small edge loss where it meets body, likely occuring during annealing (in the making of). Scattered air bubbles to glass throughout, one slightly larger near lower end of back, raised to surface with small carbon inclusions. Various, faint surface scratches to body.

Lot: 21 - ALESSANDRO PIANON (ITALIAN, 1931-1984) A GLASS "PULCINI" BIRD, VISTOSI, MURANO, ITALY, CIRCA 1960

Alessandro Pianon (Italian, 1931-1984) A Glass "Pulcini" Bird, Vistosi, Murano, Italy, circa 1960 Glass, copper, painted wood (H: 11, W: 6 1/2, D: 6 1/4 in.) Provenance Property from a Private New Jersey Collection. Condition report: in good overall condition; at some point mounted to the painted wood block via metal staples and some adhesive, possibly shortly after production; metal feet painted black, and with some minor surface scrapes/blemishes and losses to paint to feet and base, including a small area of paint loss to base along backside; a few minor surface blemishes to glass, including one near air hole to underside, probably from making; top of feet affixed to glass sockets with adhesive, but appears typical for construction; minor surface dust/build-up

Lot: 22 - RENÉ LALIQUE (FRENCH, 1860-1945) "MASQUE DE FEMME", FRANCE, DESIGNED 1935, THE PRESENT LOT CIRCA 1980S

René Lalique (French, 1860-1945) "Masque de Femme", France, Designed 1935, the Present Lot circa 1980s Glass, with nickel-plated stand (H: 12 1/2 in. sq., D: 3 in. (glass only)) Provenance Descended in a Private Family Collection, New York Condition report: Small chip, approximately 1/4" dia. to rear, bottom left corner.

Lot: 23 - RENÉ LALIQUE (FRENCH, 1860-1945) "LUXEMBOURG" BOWL, FRANCE, 20TH CENTURY

René Lalique (French, 1860-1945) "Luxembourg" Bowl, France, 20th century Frosted, clear glassEngraved signature: "Lalique France." (H: 8 1/2, Dia: 12 1/2 in. (overall)) Condition report: Excellent condition; no major issues noted.

Lot: 24 - MARC CHAGALL (FRENCH/RUSSIAN, 1887-1985) MATERNITÉ AU CENTAUR

Marc Chagall (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Maternité au Centaur 1957, pencil signed and numbered 50/90, with full margins, Maeght, Paris, France, publisher. Lithograph in colors on cream wove paper.image: 9 1/4 x 9 1/16 in. (23.5 x 23cm)sheet: 14 1/2 x 13 1/4 in. (36.8 x 33.7cm)[Mourlot, 195] Condition report: Frame: 24 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 1 1/2 in. In good overall condition. Apparent full margins. Gentle crease running along deckled edge. Miniscule fold crease bottom left corner. Small blue mark, approximately 1 in. long, near bottom edge verso.

Lot: 25 - JOAN MIRÓ (SPANISH, 1893-1983) PYGMÉES SOUS LA LUNE

Joan Miró (Spanish, 1893-1983) Pygmées Sous la Lune 1972, pencil signed and annotated 'H.C.' (aside from the edition of 50), with full margins, Maeght Editeur, Paris, France, publisher. Color wash, etching and aquatint on Arches paper.image: 21 x 26 3/4 in. (53.3 x 67.9cm)sheet: 27 1/2 x 37 1/4 in. (69.9 x 94.6cm)[Dupin, 562] Condition report: In good to fair condition overall. The sheet is rippling at the extreme edges. Hard creases are present in the top left corner. The original deckled edges show wear. There is a vertical crease measuring about 2 in. in the center left margin. The sheet is hinged to the mat board twice along the top edge. One or two spots of early foxing are present but unobtrusive. Frame: 36 1/2 x 42 1/2 x 1 3/4 in.

Lot: 26 - ALBERTO GIACOMETTI (SWISS, 1901-1966) TÊTE D’HOMME

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966) Tête d’Homme 1964, pencil signed and annotated 'HC' (aside from the numbered edition of 75, Kornfeld's state D. of D.), the full sheet, Maeght Editeur, Paris, publisher. Lithograph on BFK Rives paper.sheet: 25 3/4 x 18 3/4 in. (65.4 x 47.6cm)[Kornfeld, 398D.; Lust, 47] Provenance Collection of Fredrica Wagman, New York, New York. By descent in the family. Private Collection, New York, New York. Condition report: Frame: 37 x 32 x 2 in.

Lot: 27 - JEAN JANSEM (FRENCH/ARMENIAN, 1920-2013) UNTITLED (BALLERINA)

Jean Jansem (French/Armenian, 1920-2013) Untitled (Ballerina) Signed bottom right, oil and ink on paper. (24 1/2 x 19 in. (62.2 x 48.3cm)) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Condition report: Frame: 37 1/2 x 31 1/4 x 2 1/2 in.

Lot: 28 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) A "JEWELED TURTLEBACK" DESK LAMP, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1905

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) A "Jeweled Turtleback" Desk Lamp, New York, circa 1905 Favrile glass, patinated bronzeBase impressed: "TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 408" (H: 14 1/4, W: 9, D: 5 1/2 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Freeman’s, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1969Acquired from the aboveThe Estate of Gabriele Lee Footnote: Literature Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware (2007), pg. 87Martin Eidelberg, "Tiffany's Lamps and "Fancy Goods" in ed. Rosalind M. Pepall, Tiffany: Color and Light (2009), pg. 182

Lot: 29 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) A "COLONIAL" TABLE LAMP, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1910

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) A "Colonial" Table Lamp, New York, circa 1910 Patinated bronze, leaded glassShade impressed: "TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 1901"Base impressed: "TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 533" (H: 22, Dia: 16 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance The Estate of Gabriele Lee Footnote: LiteratureAlastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware (2007), pg. 104 (for the base)Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware (2007), pg. 185 (for the shade) Condition report: Shade: Leading overall tight with no apparent breaks or repairs. Attractive, aged patina to leading ranging from reddish brown to blueish-green toward lower rim. From top of shade dome to bottom: First ring with spidering crack to one pane; Second ring with extensive spidering crack, surface fractures to one pane; Third ring with shallow, scalllop-shaped surface chip to edge of one pane; Fifth ring with vertical crack to one pane; Sixth and Seventh (two lower-most) ring with no condition issues noted. Base: Good original patina ranging from dark to light brown. The lower well of base with accumulations of deeper green patina. Raised areas with age-appropriate patina rubbing, various minor scratches. Sockets, coverings and switches are older replacements. One arm re-soldered to base, with visible silver-colored solder where attached. Older rewiring. Wired for US use. Wheel, apperture and cap appear original; the cap slightly dented with nipple spinning freely in cap, but attached. Patina wear to cap; scratches and wear to nipple.

Lot: 30 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) A "DOUBLE STUDENT" TABLE LAMP, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1910

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) A "Double Student" Table Lamp, New York, circa 1910 Patinated bronze, favrile glassBase impressed: "TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 23574" with impressed Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company monogramShades each with engraved signature: "L.C.T." (H: 20, W: 16, D: 5 7/8 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance The Estate of Gabriele Lee Footnote: Literature Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware (2007), pg. 55 (for the base) Condition report: Base in generally good condition, with rich brown patina. Professionally rewired with integrated dimmer switch to cord. In working order but may require some adjustment depending on bulbs used (dimmer switch-variated power to sockets). New socket inners and switches, one exterior casing indented near switch. Arms spin on base (not stopped), telescoping mechanism not operational, possibly stripped screw. Some wrench marks/surface maring to exterior of knop below finial, and lower end of one arm near interior cluster. One arm slighly off-center. Minor, small darkened areas to patina on base. Black plastic which wiring runs through at loop to base, with loss to plastic at one side. One glass shade with one, scallop-shaped chip to exterior of fitter ring, the other with a few scallop-shaped fleabites to fitter ring and small area of chipping to fitter ring edge. Each with a few, small surface scratches to exterior.

Lot: 31 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) A "BELL" TABLE LAMP, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1910

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) A "Bell" Table Lamp, New York, circa 1910 Favrile glass, patinated bronzeBase impressed: "TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 270" with Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company monogramShade with engraved signature: "L.C.T." (H: 10 3/4, W: 8 1/4, D: 5 1/2 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance The Estate of Gabriele Lee Footnote: Literature Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware (2007), pg. 88 (for the base) Condition report: Shade with visible mold lines, various very small chips/fleabites to fitter ring. The base with small split, partially restored, at lower end of one arm near base. Professional rewiring with new socket inner. G.E. Co. switch apparently original. Lamp in good working order with switch to lamp and cord. Arm swings freely on base. Overall with attractive overall verdigrs over darker brown patina and traces of reddish-brown patina. Raised area of base with scattering spotting of verdigris, with more concentrated accumulations of verdigris along inner ring of lower base.

Lot: 32 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) “GROUNDHOG” CANDLESTICK FOR THE ROWFANT CLUB, CLEVELAND, OHIO, CIRCA 1903

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) “Groundhog” Candlestick for the Rowfant Club, Cleveland, Ohio, circa 1903 No. 34 of 100Patinated bronzeInscribed: "Ernest Thompson Seton", paw print mark, "J.L CLARK MODELLER/ROWFANT CLUB/CLEVELAND/1903"Impressed: "OF ONE HUNDRED COPIES MADE THIS IS NO 34", "TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK"Together with the book: John Calder Pearson, The Rowfant Candlesticks (The Rowfant Club, Cleveland, 1959) (H: 8 1/4, W: 4, L: 5 in. (candlestick)) Provenance Property from a Private Collection, New York. Footnote: Literature Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware (2007), pg. 390 Note The Rowfant Club was founded in 1892 as a private bibliophilic society in Cleveland, Ohio. Beginning in 1894, the club’s members had maintained an ever-growing collection of candlesticks (which they used in club ceremonies and to reserve a place at their weekly dinners), but desired a “Rowfant candlestick” unique to the club and in 1903 Tiffany Studios was engaged to cast 100 of these candlesticks in bronze for the club’s members.This example is Number 34 of the 100 cast. The wildlife artist, author, and naturalist (and honorary club member) Ernest Seton Thompson (1860-1946) designed the candlestick, which features the club’s three emblems – the book, the groundhog, and the candle – and it was modeled by James Lippitt Clark (1883-1969), an explorer and artist known for his animal sculpture who worked for the American Museum of Natural History. Along the base, Seton’s signature is accompanied by the paw print he used on correspondence; it also reads “J.L CLARK MODELLER” and “ROWFANT CLUB CLEVELAND 1903.”

Lot: 33 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) A MONUMENTAL FAVRILE GLASS VASE, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1900

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) A Monumental Favrile Glass Vase, New York, circa 1900 Blown Favrile glassEngraved signature: "L.C.T 7867A"Applied Tiffany paper label (H: 24 1/2, Dia: 10 1/2 in.) Provenance Descended in a Private Family Collection, New York

Lot: 34 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) FLORIFORM VASE, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1920

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) Floriform Vase, New York, circa 1920 Blown Favrile glassEngraved signature: "8190M/L.C.Tiffany/Inc/Favrile" (H: 14 7/8, Dia: 4 3/8 in.) Provenance Descended in a Private Family Collection, New York

Lot: 35 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) GROUP OF NINE CABINET VASES, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1900

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) Group of Nine Cabinet Vases, New York, circa 1900 Blown Favrile glassIncluding ribbed baluster vase (engraved signature L.C.T. R262), bell-form vase with green, pulled-feather decoration (engraved signature L.C.T. 995A), ribbed vase with waisted shoulder (engraved signature L.C.T. W1074), double gourd-form vase (engraved signature 1510 K L.C.Tiffany Favrile 1014), ovoid vase with green and gold, pulled-feather decoration (engraved signature 2336 G L.C.T. Favrile), larger footed bowl/salt (engraved signature 8072 B L.C.T), smaller footed bowl/salt (engraved signature L.C.T. Favrile), double-handled vase (engraved signature L.C.T. Y7519), and small bowl/salt with prunts (engraved signature L.C.T. U165). (H: 4 1/8 in. (tallest)) Provenance Descended in a Private Family Collection, New York

Lot: 36 - TIFFANY STUDIOS (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 1878-1933) TWO FLORIFORM VASES AND ENGRAVED BOWL, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1900

Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1933) Two Floriform Vases and Engraved Bowl, New York, circa 1900 Blown Favrile glassThe bowl with engraved leaf motifs to rim, engraved signature: "L.C. Tiffany Favrile" to underside; the tall vase with engraved signature: "L.C.T." to underside; and the small vase with engraved signature: "3637B / L.C.T." to underside. (H: 3 1/2, Dia: 10 in. (bowl), H: 8 3/4, Dia: 3 1/2 in. (tall vase, diameter at base), H: 4 3/4, Dia: 4 in. (small vase)) Provenance Descended in a Private Family Collection, New York

Lot: 37 - JOSEPH THURMAN PEARSON, JR. (AMERICAN, 1876-1951) PEACOCKS BY THE FOUNTAIN

Joseph Thurman Pearson, Jr. (American, 1876-1951) Peacocks by the Fountain Oil on canvas. (83 3/4 x 108 in. (212.7 x 274.3)) Condition report: Frame: 89 3/4 x 113 3/4 x 2 1/2 in.

Lot: 38 - GUSTAV STICKLEY (AMERICAN, 1858-1942) COUCH NO. 216, USA, CIRCA 1904

Gustav Stickley (American, 1858-1942) Couch No. 216, USA, circa 1904 Oak, leatherStenciled with United Crafts mark (1902-1903) (H: 33 1/2, W: 30 1/2, L: 79 1/2 in. (on casters)) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania Footnote: Literature Stephen Gray and Robert Edwards eds., The Collected Works of Gustav Stickley (1981), pg. 59 (for a period photograph of the model from the 1904 furniture catalogue)

Lot: 39 - GUSTAV STICKLEY (AMERICAN, 1858-1942) THREE CHAIRS: ARM ROCKER NO. 2597, AN ARM ROCKER, AND ARMCHAIR NO. 2618-A, CIRCA 1902

Gustav Stickley (American, 1858-1942) Three Chairs: Arm Rocker No. 2597, an Arm Rocker, and Armchair No. 2618-A, circa 1902 Oak, rush, leatherAll stenciled with United Crafts mark (1902-1904) (H: 35, W: 26 3/4, D: 31 in. (arm rocker with leather cushions), H: 36, W: 24, D: 21 in. (armchair), H: 35, W: 26, D: 28 in. (arm rocker with rush seat)) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania Footnote: Literature For the Armchair: Stephen Gray, The Early Work of Gustav Stickley (1996), pg. 87 (for a period photograph of the model in a 1902 retail plate)For the Arm Rocker: Stephen Gray, The Early Work of Gustav Stickley (1996), pg. 88 (for a period photograph of the model in a 1902 retail plate)

Lot: 40 - GUSTAV STICKLEY (AMERICAN, 1858-1942) DESK, USA, CIRCA 1902

Gustav Stickley (American, 1858-1942) Desk, USA, circa 1902 Oak, copperStenciled with United Crafts mark (1902-1904) (H: 33, W: 30, L: 48 in. (on casters)) Qty: (1) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania

Lot: 41 - GUSTAV STICKLEY (AMERICAN, 1858-1942) PAIR OF SMALL ROCKERS NO. 2607, USA, CIRCA 1902

Gustav Stickley (American, 1858-1942) Pair of Small Rockers No. 2607, USA, circa 1902 Oak, leatherPair of rockers: stenciled with United Crafts mark (1902-1904)Together with a small side table with branded mark: "Limberts Arts & Crafts Furniture Made in Grand Rapids and Holland" and stenciled model number: "No. 228" (H: 33 1/2, W: 19, D: 25 in. (rockers), H: 15, W: 14, L: 19 1/2 in. (table)) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania Footnote: Literature: Stephen Gray, The Early Work of Gustav Stickley (1996), pg. 87 (for a period photograph of the model in a 1902 retail plate)

Lot: 42 - SAMUEL YELLIN (AMERICAN, B. UKRAINE, 1884-1940) "SKETCH IN IRON", A STUDY FOR THE CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK, NEW YORK CITY, CIRCA 1926-1928

Samuel Yellin (American, b. Ukraine, 1884-1940) "Sketch in Iron", A Study for the Central Savings Bank, New York City, circa 1926-1928 Wrought ironLater painted wood plinth (H: 24, W: 12, D: 12 in. (overall)) Qty: (1) Provenance The artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Footnote: Note Image 2: Period detail photograph of a complete exterior grille, Central Savings Bank, New York, Image courtesy of Clare Yellin; Image 3: Period photograph of a complete exterior grille, Central Savings Bank, New York, Image courtesy of Clare Yellin.

Lot: 43 - SAMUEL YELLIN (AMERICAN, B. UKRAINE, 1884-1940) "SKETCH IN IRON", A STUDY FOR THE PACKARD BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1924

Samuel Yellin (American, b. Ukraine, 1884-1940) "Sketch in Iron", A Study for the Packard Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1924 Wrought iron (H: 32 1/2, W: 27, D: 3 1/2 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance The artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Footnote: Exhibited Samuel Yellin, Metalworker, Philadelphia College of Art (University of the Arts), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 25-May 27, 1983; Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, New York, January 20-February 19, 1984; Oglebay Institute Mansion Museum, Wheeling, West Virginia, April 6-June 1, 1984; The Hyde Collection, Glens Fails, New York, July 19-September 2, 1984; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, September 20-October 21, 1984; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York, November 9-December 1984. Literature Jack Andrews, Samuel Yellin Metalworker (1992), pg. 36 (for a historic photgraph of the commission) Note Image 3: Period photograph of Packard Building Chestnut Street Gates, Image courtesy of Clare Yellin, Image reproduced in Jack Andrews, Samuel Yellin Metalworker (1992); Image 4: Photo of the present lot on view in Samuel Yellin, Metalworker, Philadelphia College of Art (University of the Arts), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 25-May 27, 1983, Image courtesy of Clare Yellin.

Lot: 44 - SAMUEL YELLIN (AMERICAN, B. UKRAINE, 1884-1940) FOLIATE THREE-ARM SCONCE, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1910

Samuel Yellin (American, b. Ukraine, 1884-1940) Foliate Three-Arm Sconce, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1910 Wrought ironUnmarked (H: 31, W: 9 3/4, D: 17 3/4 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance The artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Footnote: Note Image 2: Period photograph of the present lot, Image courtesy of Clare Yellin, Image reproduced in Jack Andrews,Samuel Yellin Metalworker (1992).

Lot: 45 - SAMUEL YELLIN (AMERICAN, B. UKRAINE, 1884-1940) "SKETCH IN IRON", A STUDY FOR THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, 1924

Samuel Yellin (American, b. Ukraine, 1884-1940) "Sketch in Iron", A Study for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1924 Wrought ironSigned with impressed mark: "SAMUEL YELLIN PHILA. PA." (H: 33 1/2, W: 25 3/4, D: 2 3/8 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance The artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Footnote: Illustrated Jack Andrews, Samuel Yellin Metalworker (1992), pg. 79, no. 158Note This “sketch in iron” was for an unrealized commission for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which was under continuous construction between 1919 and 1928. Surviving shop and presentation drawings housed at the University of Pennsylvania’s Architectural Archives indicate that this sketch was designed and fabricated between February 19 and February 25, 1924 (see lot images for a copy of the final presentation drawing from February 25, 1924, courtesy of the archive). It is a section of the overall design, for a ground floor exterior window guard. The Museum ultimately commissioned Tiffany Studios to design its exterior ironwork in late 1924, leaving this sketch as the lone surviving three-dimensional artifact of Yellin’s design. Despite not winning the commission, Yellin remained close to many of the Museum’s leaders, including longtime director Fiske Kimball and donor Mary Louise Curtis Bok. He later served as a departmental advisor for historic metalwork, and brokered a series of acquisitions on behalf of the Museum.

Lot: 46 - SAMUEL YELLIN (AMERICAN, B. UKRAINE, 1884-1940) PAIR OF DOOR PUSH PLATES, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1920S

Samuel Yellin (American, b. Ukraine, 1884-1940) Pair of Door Push Plates, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1920s Wrought ironStamped signature to each: "SAMUEL YELLIN" (H: 14 1/4, W: 3 3/4 in. (each)) Provenance The artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Philadelphia.

Lot: 47 - HARRY BERTOIA (AMERICAN, 1915-1978) UNTITLED

Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Untitled 1941-42, pencil signed and dated 1942, also stamp signed and dated 1941 in the plate. Monotype in colors on rice paper.image: 11 3/4 x 8 in. (29.8 x 20.32 cm)sheet: 15 1/2 x 11 in. (39.4 x 27.9cm)Unframed. Footnote: Note We wish to thank Celia Bertoia for her assistance in cataloging this lot. Condition report: Unframed.

Lot: 48 - HARRY BERTOIA (AMERICAN, 1915-1978) UNTITLED

Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Untitled 1941-42, pencil signed and dated 1942, also stamp signed and dated 1941 in the plate. Monotype in colors on rice paper.image: 11 3/4 x 8 in. (29.8 x 20.32 cm)sheet: 15 1/2 x 11 in. (39.4 x 27.9cm)Unframed. Footnote: Note We wish to thank Celia Bertoia for her assistance in cataloging this lot. Condition report: Unframed.

Lot: 49 - HARRY BERTOIA (AMERICAN, 1915-1978) UNTITLED DRAWING (ORIGINAL BILL OF SALE FROM BERTOIA TO BEN MANGEL)

Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Untitled Drawing (Original Bill of Sale from Bertoia to Ben Mangel) Signed bottom right, pen and ink on Fox River Bond paper.sheet: 11 x 8 1/2 in. (27.9 x 21.6cm)Executed in 1977. Provenance Collection of Philip D. Jamison, Jr., West Chester, Pennsylvania.Property from the Estate of Philip D. Jamison, Jr. Footnote: LiteratureNancy N. Schiffer and Val O. Bertoia, The World of Bertoia, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Atglen, Pennsylvania, 2003, acknowledgements page (illustrated).

Lot: 50 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) TRIPLE SLIDING-DOOR HANGING WALL CABINET, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1966

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Triple Sliding-Door Hanging Wall Cabinet, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1966 Opening to three compartments with two adjustable shelves total.American black walnut, pandanus cloth, oakStudio notation: "3301" (H: 18 1/2, L: 97, W: 22 1/2 in.) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistProperty from a Private Pennsylvania Collection Footnote: Note This lot is sold with a digital copy of the original order card from George Nakashima Woodworkers.

Lot: 51 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) EARLY "PLANK" END TABLE, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1956

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Early "Plank" End Table, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1956 English walnut, American black walnutUnderside of top with pencil inscription: "End table" [illegible] (H: 21, W: 26, D: 33 1/2 in.) Qty: (1) Footnote: Literature Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, George Nakashima: A Master's Furniture and Philosophy (2012), pg. 55 (illustrates a related form) Note This lot is sold with a digital copy of the original order card from George Nakashima Woodworkers. Condition report: Good vintage condition with age-appropriate light wear throughout. The top unusually thick with free edges to three sides. Top with long, pronouced carved, recess and patch of diseased wood or insect damage, intentially left bare. Some surface wear including a few darkened ring stains, scattered small dark stains, small areas of finish loss/discoloration, various shallow scratches and impressions. Light edge wear to lower edges including small losses/impressions. Legs generally clean with only moderate impressions. Good structural condition. Presents well.

Lot: 52 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) EARLY "PLANK" COFFEE TABLE, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1956

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Early "Plank" Coffee Table, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1956 English walnut, American black walnutStudio notation: "2 1/8" [illegible] (H: 13, L: 83, D: 28 1/2 in.) Qty: (1) Footnote: Literature Derek E. Ostergard, George Nakashima: Full Circle (1989), pp. 116-117James A. Michener Art Museum, George Nakashima and The Modernist Moment (2001), pg. 51 (illustrates a related form)Mira Nakashima, Nature Form & Spirit: The Life and Legacy of George Nakashima (2003). pg. 85Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, George Nakashima: A Master's Furniture and Philosophy (2012), pg. 55 (illustrates related forms) Note This lot is accompanied by a digital copy of the original order card from George Nakashima Woodworkers. Condition report: Good original condition overall. The top with some fading, areas of moderate discoloration, a few rings stains, small impressions, scratches, and scattered darkened stains. Small minor losses to lower edges of top, with one larger old loss at thin edge at wide end of table, measuring approx. 2 1/4 x 2 1/2 in. Legs with minor scuffs, overall with darkened finish accumulations from age and oiling.

Lot: 53 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) TRIPLE SLIDING-DOOR CABINET, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1965

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Triple Sliding-Door Cabinet, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1965 The left and right open compartments with two adjustable shelves each; the center compartment with four drawers.American black walnutSigned and dated: "George Nakashima April 1965"Studio notation: "2709" (H: 32 1/2, L: 96, W: 23 1/2 in.) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania Footnote: Note This lot is sold with digital copies of the original order card and invoice from George Nakashima Woodworkers.

Lot: 54 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) "CONOID" DINING TABLE, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1965

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) "Conoid" Dining Table, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1965 American black walnut, rosewoodSigned and dated: "George Nakashima April 1965"Signed with client's name (H: 28 1/2, W: 43, L: 84 in.) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania Footnote: Literature George Nakashima, studio catalogue, unpaginated Note This lot is sold with digital copies of the original order card and invoice from George Nakashima Woodworkers. Condition report: Generally in good overall condition with some blemishes to top consistent with age and light to moderate use including some fine scratches and small surface impressions. Some finish wear including some greying and lightening to wood and finish loss to 5 or 6 areas of top appearing as blotches ligher than surrounding areas. Small are near short end with some gouged marks to top, possibly over-coated post-production, measuring approx. 4" in dia. overall. One or two small losses to lower edges of free edge with some insect holes. The base with some surface wear including one or two small edge losses.

Lot: 55 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) ROUND COFFEE TABLE, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1970

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Round Coffee Table, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1970 American black walnut, rosewoodSigned with client's name (H: 13, Dia: 42 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Amherst, Massachusetts Footnote: Literature Mira Nakashima, Nature Form & Spirit: The Life and Legacy of George Nakashima (2003). pg. 171 Note This lot is accompanied by a digital copy of the original order card from George Nakashima Woodworkers. Condition report: Book-matched top with three rosewood butterflies. The edge with one smaller butterfly. No breaks or repairs. The top with various scuffs, scratches, and various darkened blemishes consistent with age and use.

Lot: 56 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) SPECIAL DOUBLE SLIDING-DOOR CABINET, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1964

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Special Double Sliding-Door Cabinet, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1964 Opening to single compartment with three adjustable shelvesAmerican black walnutSigned with studio notation: "2565" (H: 38, W: 36, D: 16 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Amherst, Massachusetts Footnote: Note This lot is accompanied by a digital copy of the original order card from George Nakashima Woodworkers. Condition report: Interior opens to two single compartment with three adjustable shelves. Good original condition with no breaks or repairs. Surface with light to moderate soiling, small, scattered darkened blemishes, minor impressions and light edge wear. Several small, darkened spatter to surface of doors, generally concentrated to lower half. Doors with slight "give" when opening. interior shelves dry with various minor lightened ring stains and faint finish wear.

Lot: 57 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) SPECIAL FOUR-DOOR SLIDING-DOOR CABINET, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1964

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Special Four-Door Sliding-Door Cabinet, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1964 The proper left and right compartments open; the center left compartment with two fixed shelves above two record dividers; the center right compartment with sliding record player tray above two record dividers.American black walnut, pandanusStudio notation: "2564" (H: 34, W: 21 1/2, L: 99 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistThence by descent to Private Collection, Amherst, Massachusetts Footnote: Note This lot is sold with a digital copy of the original order card from George Nakashima Woodworkers.

Lot: 58 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) SET OF SEVEN "ORIGINS" SIDE CHAIRS, MODEL NO. 271-W, WIDDICOMB, GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN, CIRCA 1960S

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) Set of Seven "Origins" Side Chairs, Model No. 271-W, Widdicomb, Grand Rapids, Michigan, circa 1960s Walnut, hickoryBranded mark: "George Nakashima", stenciled marking: "Sundra 271" (H: 36, W: 18 1/2, D: 16 3/4 in.) Condition report: Great overall condition with light to moderate edge wear consistent with age and use. Some backs with spindles loose. No breaks or repairs noted.

Lot: 59 - GEORGE NAKASHIMA (AMERICAN, 1905-1990) "ORIGINS" SIDE TABLE, MODEL NO. 240, WIDDICOMB, GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN, CIRCA 1960

George Nakashima (American, 1905-1990) "Origins" Side Table, Model No. 240, Widdicomb, Grand Rapids, Michigan, circa 1960 Walnut, hickoryApplied manufacturer's decal: "Widdicomb Grand Rapids"Stenciled markings: "Sundra", "240", "09/8" (H: 21 1/4, W: 30 1/8, D: 30 1/8 in.) Qty: (1) Condition report: Good/Fair vintage condition. No structural breaks or repairs. The top with a few small veneer losses at corners and one or two edges. Some darkened ring stains, darkened scratches, blemishes and minor impressions to surface. Legs with a few small scuffs and minor impressions.

Lot: 60 - MASAYUKI NAGARE (JAPANESE, 1928-2018) PINNACLE, 1960

Masayuki Nagare (Japanese, 1928-2018) Pinnacle, 1960 GraniteSigned and dated: "Nagare 1960" (H: 28, W: 14, D: 16 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Kazuyo KonoPrivate Collection, New Jersey, acquired from above in 2006

Lot: 61 - SHIKO MUNAKATA (JAPANESE, 1903-1975) THREE WOMEN RISING

Shiko Munakata (Japanese, 1903-1975) Three Women Rising 1958, pencil signed and dated, stamped with the artist's red seal, with full margins. Japanese woodblock print on Japan paper. image: 9 x 10 1/8 in. (22.9 x 25.7cm)sheet: 11 3/4 x 16 5/8 in. (29.8 x 42.2cm)Unframed.

Lot: 62 - GINO RUSSO (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY) SET OF TWELVE ARMCHAIRS, USA, CIRCA 1984

Gino Russo (American, 20th century) Set of Twelve Armchairs, USA, circa 1984 Oak, woven sea grass (H: 32, W: 24 1/2, D: 26 1/2 in.) Qty: (12) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistPrivate Collection, Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Lot: 63 - JAMES MARTIN (AMERICAN, 1927-2020) WALL-HANGING CABINET, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1976

James Martin (American, 1927-2020) Wall-Hanging Cabinet, New Hope, Pennsylvania, circa 1976 Walnut, mirrored glassObverse of mirrored glass with date stamp: "May 22 73" (H: 40 1/4, W: 30, D: 9 3/4 in.) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistProperty from a Private Pennsylvania Collection Footnote: Note This lot is sold with a digital copy of the original invoice from the James Martin Gallery.

Lot: 64 - PAUL EVANS (AMERICAN, 1931-1987) "SKYLINE" COFFEE TABLE, PAUL EVANS STUDIO, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1972

Paul Evans (American, 1931-1987) "Skyline" Coffee Table, Paul Evans Studio, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1972 Welded and patinated steel, glassWelded signature and date: "Paul Evans 1972" (Dia: 44 1/4 in.) Qty: (1)

Lot: 65 - PHILLIP LLOYD POWELL (AMERICAN, 1919-2008) SIDE TABLE, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1970S

Phillip Lloyd Powell (American, 1919-2008) Side Table, New Hope, Pennsylvania, circa 1970s Marble, walnut, painted plywood (H: 16 1/2, W: 31 1/4, D: 37 1/4 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistProperty from a Private Pennsylvania Collection Condition report: One or two very small edge chips to marble top. Top with some trace rust staining, and small dots of household paint. The base slightly unstable. Leg joints to painted black, wood understructure may require stabilization. Understructure with some edge wear and paint loss. Legs with some scuffs, scratches, and paint transfer consistent with age and use.

Lot: 66 - PHILLIP LLOYD POWELL (AMERICAN, 1919-2008) CUSTOM TABLE, NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1980S

Phillip Lloyd Powell (American, 1919-2008) Custom Table, New Hope, Pennsylvania, circa 1980s Silver leaf, polychromed wood, slate, plastic (H: 29 1/2, Dia: 30 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Acquired directly from the artistProperty from a Private Pennsylvania Collection

Lot: 67 - WARREN ROHRER (AMERICAN, 1927-1995) CRAWLING LANDSCAPE

Warren Rohrer (American, 1927-1995) Crawling Landscape Signed bottom right, signed again, titled, and dated '1971' on stretcher verso, oil on canvas. (48 1/8 x 52 1/2 in. (122.2 x 133.4cm)) Provenance Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Private Collection, Pennsylvania (acquired directly from the above in 2003). Footnote: Exhibition"Looking Back: the Seventies at Marian Locks," Marian Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1989 - January 30, 1990. "Warren Rohrer: The Breakthrough Years, Paintings from the 1960s and 1970s," Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 4 - November 9, 1996. "Warren Rohrer: Turning Point, Paintings 1968-1972," Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 6 - July 18, 2003. Condition report: Frame: 48 3/4 x 53 x 2 in.

Lot: 68 - EDNA ANDRADE (AMERICAN, 1917-2008) LAST DAY - EMMA LAKE

Edna Andrade (American, 1917-2008) Last Day - Emma Lake Initialed, dated '7.29.77' and titled bottom left, watercolor and pencil on Arches paper.image: 16 x 15 1/2 in. (40.6 x 39.4cm)sheet: 30 x 21 1/2 in. (76.2 x 54.6cm) Provenance Rosenfeld Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Private Collection, Pennsylvania (acquired directly from the above in 2003). Condition report: Frame: 31 1/4 x 22 3/4 x 1 1/2 in. *Not examined out of frame

Lot: 69 - PATRICIA MANGIONE (AMERICAN, 1915-2002) UNTITLED (ABSTRACT TRIPTYCH)

Patricia Mangione (American, 1915-2002) Untitled (Abstract Triptych) Signed bottom right, oil on canvas.overall: 36 x 72 in. (91.4 x 182.9 cm)each: 36 x 24 in. (91.4 x 61cm) Provenance Collection of Fredrica Wagman, New York, New York. By descent in the family. Private Collection, New York, New York. Condition report: Note: the reverse of the canvas could not be examined to protect the integrity of the frame and stretcher. Frame: 36 3/4 x 72 3/4 x 2 in.

Lot: 70 - DAVID FERTIG (AMERICAN, B. 1946) WINTER, 1984 (ARTIST'S BACKYARD)

David Fertig (American, b. 1946) Winter, 1984 (Artist's Backyard) Pencil signed and dated '84' bottom right, also signed, dated and inscribed with three different titles upper stretcher verso, oil on canvas. (17 x 18 in. (43.2 x 45.7cm)) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Condition report: Frame: 18 x 19 x 2 in.

Lot: 71 - WARREN PLATNER (AMERICAN, 1919-2006) DINING TABLE AND SET OF SIX DINING CHAIRS, KNOLL INTERNATIONAL, DESIGNED 1966, THE PRESENT LOT CIRCA 1990S

Warren Platner (American, 1919-2006) Dining Table and Set of Six Dining Chairs, Knoll International, Designed 1966, the Present Lot circa 1990s Chromed steel, upholstery, glassUnderside of seats with labeled Knoll upholstery and tagged "Made in Italy" (H: 29, W: 28, D: 19 in. (chairs), H: 27 3/8, Dia: 53 in. (table)) Qty: (7) Footnote: Literature Brian Lutz, Knoll: A Modernist Universe (2010), pp. 166-167Knoll Studio, Price List 1992, pp. 106-107 (for the chairs) Condition report: Chairs: No breaks or repairs to frames, generally in very good condition with little to no surface oxidation. No elements bent. Upholstery generally clean and in fair condition with some light soiling and varying degrees of fading ranging in color from pale celadon to off-white. Chair upholstery has not faded evenly so some chairs appear more white or green than others. Table: replaced glass top. No breaks or repairs to top or base. Excellent condition overall.

Lot: 72 - IN THE STYLE OF ARREDOLUCE A "TRIENNALE" STYLE FLOOR LAMP, ITALY, CIRCA 1960S

In the Style of Arredoluce A "Triennale" Style Floor Lamp, Italy, circa 1960s Chrome-plated steel, leather, enameled aluminum, marbleMarked: "Made in Italy" (H: 56 1/4, Dia: 38 in. approx.) Qty: (1)

Lot: 73 - CHARLES EAMES (AMERICAN, 1907-1978) & RAY EAMES (AMERICAN, 1912-1988) PAIR OF "DCW" LOUNGE CHAIRS, USA, DESIGNED 1946, THE PRESENT LOT CIRCA 1950S

Charles Eames (American, 1907-1978) & Ray Eames (American, 1912-1988) Pair of "DCW" Lounge Chairs, USA, Designed 1946, the Present Lot circa 1950s Laminated walnutApplied foil patent labelImpressed: "DCW" (H: 29, W: 19 1/2, D: 20 1/2 in.) Qty: (2) Provenance Private Collection, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Footnote: Literature John Neuhart, Marilyn Neuhart, and Ray Eames, Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames (1989), pp. 58-61, 72-73John Stuart Gordon, A Modern World: American Design from the Yale University Art Gallery, 1920-1950 (2011), pg. 387The Herman Miller Furniture Co., The Herman Miller Collection (1950), pg. 62 Condition report: Good condition with moderate edge wear to seat, back and legs, including scuffs, scratches, impressions, and small losses. Sturdy and in good, useable condition. Shock mounts not dry or deteriorated.

Lot: 74 - CHARLES EAMES (AMERICAN, 1907-1978) & RAY EAMES (AMERICAN, 1912-1988) PAIR OF "TIME LIFE" EXECUTIVE DESK CHAIRS, DESIGNED 1960, THE PRESENT LOT 1983 AND 1984

Charles Eames (American, 1907-1978) & Ray Eames (American, 1912-1988) Pair of "Time Life" Executive Desk Chairs, Designed 1960, the Present Lot 1983 and 1984 Leather, cast aluminimHerman Miller paper labelsWith respective date stamps: "Oct 14 1983" and "Jan 13 1984" (H: 37, W: 27, D: 27 in.) Qty: (2) Provenance Acquired directly from Herman MillerProperty from a Private Corporate Collection, Washington, D.C. Footnote: Literature John Neuhart, Marilyn Neuhart, and Ray Eames, Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames (1989), pp. 248-249Lisa Piña, Classic Herman Miller (1998), pg. 65 Condition report: Poor estate condition with tears, splits, discoloration, and scratches to leather. Both seats missing one button. One seat with area of discoloration to seat front and large split to leather. Same chair with tears and broken stiching to arm rest, foam expossed. Heavily worn cording along leather arm rests. Aluminum with extensive scratches, discoloration and surface accumulations consistent with age and heavy use. Chair mechanisms work well. Chairs glide easily. All casters present.

Lot: 75 - CHARLES EAMES (AMERICAN, 1907-1978) & RAY EAMES (AMERICAN, 1912-1988) SET OF THIRTEEN "SOFT PAD GROUP" SWIVEL ARMCHAIRS, HERMAN MILLER, USA, DESIGNED 1969, THE PRESENT LOT 1984

Charles Eames (American, 1907-1978) & Ray Eames (American, 1912-1988) Set of Thirteen "Soft Pad Group" Swivel Armchairs, Herman Miller, USA, Designed 1969, the Present Lot 1984 Leather, cast aluminumHerman Miller paper labelsDate stamp: "Jan 13 1984" (H: 32, W: 23, D: 22 in.) Qty: (13) Provenance Acquired directly from Herman MillerProperty from a Private Corporate Collection, Washington, D.C. Footnote: Literature John Neuhart, Marilyn Neuhart, and Ray Eames, Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames (1989), pp. 342-343Lisa Piña, Classic Herman Miller (1998), pg. 66 Condition report: Fair to good estate condition. Most chairs free of splits to seat or backs. Some seats with creases to leather from age and wear. One chair with split/tear to bottom front seat corner. Corners of leather backs and seat with some wear and minor losses. Frames with some wear in form of oxidation and scuffs. Good working order. Chairs glide well.

Lot: 76 - SAUL STEINBERG (ROMANIAN-AMERICAN, 1914-1999) "VIEWS OF PARIS": GROUP OF TWO WALLPAPER ROLLS, PIAZZA PRINTS INC., NEW YORK, DESIGNED 1946, THE PRESENT LOT 1952

Saul Steinberg (Romanian-American, 1914-1999) "Views of Paris": Group of Two Wallpaper Rolls, Piazza Prints Inc., New York, Designed 1946, the Present Lot 1952 Detail of lot illustrated in photoScreen printed wallpaperBoth marked along margin: "Hand Printed by Piazza Prints Inc/ New York City/ Views of Paris by Saul Steinberg 46 [facsimile signature/date]" One roll stamped to reverse: "Jan 18 1952/ 2 Rolls/ P214 4/ Piazza Prints New York Hand Printed Wall Papers" (W: 30 1/4, L: 180 in. approx. (each))

Lot: 77 - RICHARD DIEBENKORN (AMERICAN, 1922-1993) SEATED NUDE

Richard Diebenkorn (American, 1922-1993) Seated Nude 1965, ink initialed, dated and numbered 81/100, the full sheet, Joseph Zirker, Los Angeles, California, printer, Original Press, San Francisco, California, publisher and with their blindstamps. Lithograph on wove paper.sheet: 26 1/4 x 20 in. (66.7 x 50.8cm)Unframed. Condition report: In generally overall good condition with deckling at each edge. Vertical crease running along lefthand deckled edge. Occasional soft dents scattered throughout page.

Lot: 78 - JOSEF HARTWIG (GERMAN, 1880-1955) BAUHAUS CHESS SET, GERMANY, CIRCA 1924

Josef Hartwig (German, 1880-1955) Bauhaus Chess Set, Germany, circa 1924 Original wood box complete with thirty-two playing piecesThe pieces: stained and ebonized mapleThe interior lid stamped: "HARTWIG/GES.GESCH."The two Queens stamped: "GES.GESCH." (H: 2 1/2, W: 5 1/4, L: 5 1/2 in. (box)) Provenance Acquired in GermanyThence by descent to Private Collection, Main Line, Pennsylvania Footnote: Literature Bauhaus-Archiv, Experiment Bauhaus, (1988), pp. 400–01 (for a similar example)Herbert Bayer, Walter Gropius, and Ise Gropius eds., Bauhaus 1919-1928, (1938), pg. 44 (for a similar example)Magdalena Droste and Bauhaus Archiv, Bauhaus: 1919–1933, (1993), pg. 94 (for a similar example)Magdalena Droste and Peter Hahn, et al., eds., Bauhaus Archive Berlin: The Collection, (1999), pp. 88, 90 (for a discussion of the artist and a similar example)Jeannine Fiedler and Peter Feierabend, Bauhaus, (2000), pp. 406, 417, 633 (for similar examples)Larry List, "Joseph Hartwig's Bauhaus Chess Set: Dr Zilboorg's Contribution," in The Imagery of Chess Revisited, (2005). pp. 55-60

Lot: 79 - JOSEF ALBERS (AMERICAN/GERMAN, 1888-1976) I-S LXXIIA; TOGETHER WITH I-S LXXIIB

Josef Albers (American/German, 1888-1976) I-S LXXIIa; together with I-S LXXIIb 1972, a pair of unsigned proofs (the edition was 100 plus 25 artist proofs), with wide margins, Ives-Sillman, Inc., New Haven, Connecticut, publisher. Screenprints on German Etching paper. image (each): 17 1/2 x 17 1/2 in. (44.5 x 44.5cm) sheet (each): 30 x 28 7/8 in. (76.2 x 73.3cm)[Danilowitz, 215-216]Unframed. Qty: (2)

Lot: 80 - JOHAN ROHDE (DANISH, 1856-1935) BONBONNIÈRE, GEORG JENSEN, DENMARK, DESIGNED 1912, THE PRESENT LOT POST-1945

Johan Rohde (Danish, 1856-1935) Bonbonnière, Georg Jensen, Denmark, Designed 1912, the Present Lot post-1945 Sterling silverMarked: “Georg Jensen, Dessin [Rohde signature mark], Denmark Sterling 17 B" (H: 5 1/4, Dia: 5 3/4 in., Weight: 10.08 oz. t.) Qty: (1) Provenance Private Collection, Amherst, Massachusetts Footnote: Literature Mobilia, Georg Jensen 1866-1966 (No. 131-132, June-July 1966), unpaginated Condition report: Generally good with no dings, dents, or repairs noted. Some fine polishing scratches throughout. The interior with slightly more pronounced polishing scratches and one or two small flea bite-size impressions to rim edge.

Lot: 81 - JOHAN ROHDE (DANISH, 1856-1935) "ACANTHUS" EIGHT-PIECE DINNER AND LUNCHEON SERVICE FOR TWELVE, GEORG JENSEN, DENMARK, DESIGNED 1917, THE PRESENT LOT POST-1945

Johan Rohde (Danish, 1856-1935) "Acanthus" Eight-Piece Dinner and Luncheon Service for Twelve, Georg Jensen, Denmark, Designed 1917, the Present Lot post-1945 Sterling silverComprising twelve each of: salad fork, dinner fork, cocktail/shrimp fork, teaspoon, soup spoon, dessert/coffee spoon, dinner knife with stainless steel blade, and butter knife with stainless steel blade; plus serving fork and spoon, cake server, sauce ladle, and jam/sugar spoonAll marked: "Georg Jensen Sterling Denmark," with post-1945 hallmarks(101 pieces total) (H: 7 in. (dinner fork), Total weight: 114.17 oz. t. (weighable sterling, excluding knives)) Qty: (101 pieces) Provenance Private Collection, Amherst, Massachusetts Condition report: Fair to good vintage condition throughout. No major bends or breaks noted. Surfaces overall with scuffs, scratches, and surface impressions throughout consistent with age and moderate to heavy use.

Lot: 82 - JOHAN ROHDE (DANISH, 1856-1935) FOUR-PIECE "COSMOS" TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, GEORG JENSEN, DENMARK, DESIGNED 1915, THE PRESENT LOT POST-1945

Johan Rohde (Danish, 1856-1935) Four-Piece "Cosmos" Tea and Coffee Service, Georg Jensen, Denmark, Designed 1915, the Present Lot post-1945 Sterling silverComprising a coffeepot, teapot, creamer, and sugar bowlEach marked: “Georg Jensen, Dessin [Rohde signature mark], Denmark Sterling 45 C” (H: 10 3/4, W: 5 1/2, D: 8 1/4 in. (coffee pot), Total weight: 68.79 oz. t. (set, combined)) Qty: (4) Provenance Private Collection Footnote: *Please note that this lot can only be sold to residents of the State of Pennsylvania, as ivory cannot be exported due to restrictions that can vary in different states and outside the U.S. Non-Pennsylvania residents, including international bidders, should not bid on this lot. Condition report: All pieces in generally good condition with fine polishing scratches and minor surface wear consistent with age and use throughout. The handles with darkened accumulations to surfaces. Coffee pot: A few very small surface dents and scratches, one larger shallow impression/dent to body at top of fluted decoration measuring approximately 2” across; Teapot: a few short scratches to body; Creamer: a few small surface scratches, small dent to middle of one fluted decorative panel and some evidence of surface lacquer to interior and handle with some active lacquer deterioration/flaking; Sugar bowl: some surface scratches.

Lot: 83 - OLE HAGEN, DESIGNER (DANISH, 1913-1984), A. MICHELSEN, MAKER (DANISH, 19TH/20TH CENTURY) "TULIP" SIX-PIECE SERVICE FOR SEVEN WITH EXTRAS, DENMARK, DESIGNED 1953, THE PRESENT LOT CIRCA 1953-65

Ole Hagen, designer (Danish, 1913-1984), A. Michelsen, maker (Danish, 19th/20th century) "Tulip" Six-Piece Service for Seven with Extras, Denmark, Designed 1953, the Present Lot circa 1953-65 Sterling silverMarked: "A Michelsen Sterling Denmark", designer's mark, registration mark, and retailer's mark: "H. Nils"Each setting comprising a salad fork, dinner fork, teaspoon, tablespoon, dinner knife with stainless steel blade, and individual butter knife with stainless steel blade, plus a partial place-setting (less a salad fork); together with six dessert/coffee spoons, serving fork and spoon, pie server, master butter knife, and carving fork and knife with stainless blade and tines. (59 pieces total) Place settings and serving pieces complete with original H. Nils fabric flatware wraps. (H: 7 7/16 in. (dinner fork), Weight: 72.90 oz. t. (weighable sterling, excluding knives with stainless blades and carving set)) Qty: (59 pieces) Condition report: Fair vintage condition. Surfaces visibly worn with scratches and various impressions throughout. Some edges of spoon bowls with impressions and burrs.

Lot: 84 - FINN JUHL (DANISH, 1912-1989) BENCH, BOVIRKE, DENMARK, 1959

Finn Juhl (Danish, 1912-1989) Bench, Bovirke, Denmark, 1959 Teak, enameled steel, brass, upholsteryBranded mark to underside: "Bovirke Copenhagen Made in Denmark." (H: 16 1/2, L: 72, W: 18 in. (bench only), H: 19 in. (with cushion)) Provenance Property from a Private New England Collection Condition report: in overall good condition; some edge wear commensurate with age and use; small thin patch to one corner; very stable and sturdy; includes original cushion, with later upholstery fabric

Lot: 85 - JØRGEN HØVELSKOV (DANISH, 1935-2005) "HARP" CHAIR, JØRGEN CHRISTENSENS SNEDKERI, DENMARK, DESIGNED 1968

Jørgen Høvelskov (Danish, 1935-2005) "Harp" Chair, Jørgen Christensens Snedkeri, Denmark, Designed 1968 Stained ash, flag line (H: 51, W: 42, D: 43 in.) Qty: (1) Footnote: LiteratureCharlotte and Peter Fiell, Modern Furniture Classics: Postwar to Post-Modernism (1991), pg. 68Jerryll Habegger and Joseph H. Osman, Sourcebook of Modern Furniture (2005), pg. 414 Condition report: No breaks or repairs. Joints tight. Original flag line ropping free from breaks and/or fraying. Some soiling to flag line ropping. Original finish to frame. Wear and finish loss to feet and frame edges including minor impressions and household paint transfer.

Lot: 86 - DANISH MODERN ADJUSTABLE-HEIGHT DESK OR LECTERN AND CHAIR, CIRCA 1960S

Danish Modern Adjustable-Height Desk or Lectern and Chair, circa 1960s Teak, teak veneer, upholsteryThe desk with slanted lift-top lid, supported by vertical uprights drilled for six possible heightsThe chair stamped: “Vantinge Møbelindustri / N.E. Glasdam Jensen, 5750 Ringe, Made in Denmark” (H: 47, W: 25 3/4, D: 22 5/8 in. (desk); H: 36 1/2, W: 14, D: 14 3/4 in. (chair), H: 30 1/2 in. (seat height, approximate)) Qty: (2) Condition report: The desk very good with minor edge wear, scuffs, and impressions consistent with age and use; the lid with a few bumps to the front top edge and a few areas of darkening to the lid; the feet and uprights with minor edge wear, and paint embedded in the grain from moving; one spot of darkening to the finish approximately 1 1/2 in. in diameter to the lower third outer section of the left upright; a horizontal pattern of abrasive wear to the veneer on the reverse of the desk box. The chair with overall minor bumps, scuffs, and scratches to the lower legs; paint embedded in grain on one leg; one abrasion approximately 1/2 in. long to the top outer edge of one stretcher; minor scuffs and impressions to the back, with some loss of finish and overall lightening.

Lot: 87 - SEVERIN HANSEN (DANISH, 1887-1964) DESK, HASLEV MØBELSNEDKERI A/S, DENMARK, CIRCA 1960S

Severin Hansen (Danish, 1887-1964) Desk, Haslev Møbelsnedkeri A/S, Denmark, circa 1960s TeakApplied Danish Control and manufacturer's label (H: 28, W: 56, D: 29 1/2 in.) Qty: (1) Provenance Private Collection, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Condition report: Fair estate condition. General fading and soiling to surface throughout. Legs with scuffs, soiling, and various edge losses. Proper front left leg with approximately 3" section of veneer loss at foot. Feet heavily worn. Two strip of veneer loss, approx. 7 inches and 1 inch in length respectively, to the case frame just above the proper left drawer. Top generally faded with finish loss, a few darkened stains, scratches and various surface impressions. A few small losses to drawer edges.

Lot: 88 - LEE BONTECOU (AMERICAN, B. 1931) UNTITLED (WISH WELL), FROM NATIONAL COLLECTION OF FINE ARTS PORTFOLIO

Lee Bontecou (American, b. 1931) Untitled (Wish Well), from National Collection of Fine Arts Portfolio 1967, pencil signed, dated and numbered 2/144, with full margins, HKL Ltd., New York, New York, along with Universal Limited Art Editions, West Islip, New York, publishers and with the ULAE blindstamp. Etching and aquatint in colors on Flax paper.image: 26 x 17 in. (66 x 43.2cm)sheet: 30 1/8 x 19 3/4 in. (76.5 x 50.2cm)[Sparks, 10]Unframed. Condition report: Please note that lot comes in original portfolio sleeve. In generally average to fair condition. Edges deckled, with more pronounced deckling to left and right edges. Sheet appears to be slightly toned with further slight toning/discoloration running along edges. A light, unobtrusive line runs parallel along bottom edge, in margin. Another light line/crease seems to run sporadically along extreme left edge. One or two spots of early foxing are present. Heavy impression from plate. There is a small spot of blue color, roughly ½ inch, along the upper right extreme edge of the paper, unobtrusive. Some undulation throughout paper, primarily to top and bottom edges, and along deckled edges. There is an indent/fold along the upper left deckled edge with a small yellow spot present. Portfolio folder has a crease running alongside the folded edge. Small scattered handling creases throughout. There are two thin lines of light staining that run parallel verso, roughly 12 inches each. There is a blue stain running along upper edge, right corner, of portfolio folder pages, recto and verso.

Lot: 89 - CLAES OLDENBURG (AMERICAN, B. 1929) SCISSORS AS MONUMENT AND SCISSORS TO CUT OUT, FROM NATIONAL COLLECTION OF FINE ARTS PORTFOLIO

Claes Oldenburg (American, b. 1929) Scissors as Monument and Scissors to Cut Out, from National Collection of Fine Arts Portfolio 1967, each pencil signed and numbered 2/144, the full sheets, HKL Ltd., Boston, Massachusetts and New York, New York, publisher. Two color lithographs on Arches paper.sheet (each): 30 x 20 in. (76.2 x 50.8cm)[Axsom, 49; Axsom, 50]Unframed. Qty: (2) Condition report: Please note that lot comes in original portfolio sleeve. Scissors to Cut Out- Outer right edge with pronounced deckling and sheet appears to be slightly toned. Strong crease and slight pale coloration running along deckled edge. Toning is slightly more evident along edges, particularly to upper edge. A few spots of scattered potential early foxing, primarily to top of sheet, center. A few small scattered spots of diffuse tan discoloration, primarily along top edge. Overall in good to average condition. Scissors as Monument- Outer right edge with pronounced deckling and sheet appears to be slightly toned. Strong crease with pale coloration and scattered blue groups of flecks, probably intrinsic to printing process, along deckled right edge. Slightly deckled bottom edge with slightly paler tones. Slight small discoloration around tip of scissor blades at top, center. There are three half-moon shaped light and unobtrusive creases/ indentations of differing sizes (from roughly ½ - 1 inch wide) consecutively running diagonally in upper right corner. Beginning of a light crease at upper right corner. Two miniscule lines, ¼ inch long each, one at top edge near right corner and other on left, near top corner. Overall good condition and coloration. Portfolio folder has a few scattered handling creases, some in half-moon shapes- on recto, they are scattered and the more prominent is at the top left quadrant; on verso they are primarily towards the left edge. One or two slight creases/ small tears along right-hand edge. There are two thin lines of light staining that run parallel verso, roughly 12 inches each. There is a blue stain running along upper edge, right corner, of portfolio folder pages, recto and verso. On recto, there is a small dot, possibly graphite, in the lower left center.

Lot: 90 - SAM FRANCIS (AMERICAN, 1923-1994) UNTITLED, FROM NATIONAL COLLECTION OF FINE ARTS PORTFOLIO

Sam Francis (American, 1923-1994) Untitled, from National Collection of Fine Arts Portfolio 1968, pencil signed and numbered 2/144, the full sheet, HKL, Ltd., Boston, Massachusetts, publisher. Offset lithograph in colors on Arches paper.sheet: 29 1/8 x 21 1/8 in. (74 x 53.7cm)[Lembark, P3]Unframed. Condition report: Please note that lot comes in original portfolio sleeve.In overall good condition. Full sheet (apparent). Right edge has pronounced deckling with crease. Bottom edge has apparent slight deckling with light crease running along edge. Portfolio folder is in overall good condition. There are two thin lines of light staining that run parallel verso, roughly 12 inches each. There is a blue stain running along upper edge, right corner, of portfolio folder pages, recto and verso.

Lot: 91 - ROBERT MOTHERWELL (AMERICAN, 1915-1991) ALBERTI ELEGY

Robert Motherwell (American, 1915-1991) Alberti Elegy 1981, pencil signed and numbered 75/100 (there were also 20 artist's proofs), with full margins, Tyler Graphics Ltd., Bedford, New York, publisher and with their blindstamp. Lithograph from one aluminum plate printed in black; Chine appliqué on handmade and tan Oriental Okawara.image: 10 x 12 1/4 in. (25.4 x 31.1cm)sheet: 14 x 15 in. (35.6 x 38.1cm)[Belknap, 253; Engberg & Banach, 288; Tyler, 412]Unframed.

Lot: 92 - ROBERT MANGOLD (AMERICAN, B. 1937) A BOOK OF SILK SCREEN PRINTS: MULTIPLE PANEL PAINTINGS, 1973-1976

Robert Mangold (American, b. 1937) A Book of Silk Screen Prints: Multiple Panel Paintings, 1973-1976 1992, the complete portfolio, each pencil initialed and dated, also pencil numbered on the title and justification page 294/300 (there were also editions of the same size published in 1973 and 1976, respectively signed on the preface and on one plate only), Edition Domberger, Stuttgart, Germany and Parasol Press, Ltd., New York, New York, publishers. Color screenprint on wove paper with cover loose (as issued). sheet (each): 11 7/8 x 24 in. (30.2 x 61cm)Unframed. Qty: (9)

Lot: 93 - WILLIAM QUIGLEY (AMERICAN, B. 1961) UNTITLED ABSTRACT

William Quigley (American, b. 1961) Untitled Abstract Signed and dated '86-9' verso, mixed media on canvas. (47 3/8 x 53 1/2 in. (120.3 x 135.9cm)) Provenance Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Condition report: Frame: 56 1/2 x 50 1/2 x 2 in.

Lot: 94 - MANFRED SCHWARTZ (AMERICAN/GERMAN, 1909-1970) MATADOR

Manfred Schwartz (American/German, 1909-1970) Matador Signed bottom right, oil on canvas. (17 1/2 x 21 1/2 in. (44.5 x 54.6cm)) Provenance Art Fair Galleries, Silver Spring, Maryland.Private Collection (acquired directly from the above in February 1991). Condition report: Frame: 22 3/4 x 27 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 95 - TOM WESSELMANN (AMERICAN, 1931-2004) ROSEMARY SITTING STRAIGHT UP

Tom Wesselmann (American, 1931-2004) Rosemary Sitting Straight Up 1990, pencil signed and numbered 12/26, the full sheet, International Images, New York, New York, publisher. Lithograph on wove paper.sheet: 42 3/4 x 37 1/4 in. (108.5 x 94.6cm)Unframed. Condition report: In very good overall condition. Sheet very gently toned with time, particularly along extreme edges. One or two spots of potentially early foxing, may be intrinsic to paper. Slight deckling to each edge. Small crease running diagonally across bottom left corner. Small contained spot of discoloration from handling to upper left edge, unobtrusive.

Lot: 96 - ALEX KATZ (AMERICAN, B. 1927) BICYCLE RIDER (BICYCLING IN CENTRAL PARK)

Alex Katz (American, b. 1927) Bicycle Rider (Bicycling in Central Park) 1982, pencil signed and numbered 25/250, the full sheet, New York Graphic Arts Society, Ltd. Waterbury, Connecticut, publisher. Lithograph colors on Arches Cover paper.sheet: 22 1/16 x 30 in. (56 x 76.2cm)[Schröder, 154; Maravell, 130] Condition report: Frame: 33 x 41 x 1 in.

Lot: 97 - ALEX KATZ (AMERICAN, B. 1927) SWEATSHIRT II (SELF-PORTRAIT)

Alex Katz (American, b. 1927) Sweatshirt II (Self-Portrait) 1990, pencil signed and numbered 92/150, the full sheet, Gaultney-Klineman Art, New York, publisher. Screenprint in colors on Arches paper.sheet: 36 x 28 5/8 in. (91.4 x 72.7cm)[Schröder, 248] Condition report: Frame: 44 1/4 x 37 1/4 x 1 in.

Lot: 98 - AMERICAN MODERN CUSTOM FOUR-PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA, USA, CIRCA 1980S

American Modern Custom Four-Piece Sectional Sofa, USA, circa 1980s Upholstery, plastic feet (H: 31, W: 136, D: 108 (overall, approximate)) Qty: (1) Provenance Property from a Private Pennsylvania Collection

Lot: 99 - ALICE NEEL (AMERICAN, 1900-1984) BATHER (OLIVIA WITH RED HAT)

Alice Neel (American, 1900-1984) Bather (Olivia with Red Hat) 1982, pencil signed and dated, numbered 82/175 (there were also 25 artist’s proofs), with full margins, Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York, New York, publisher. Lithograph in colors on Arches paper.image: 38 1/4 x 22 3/4 in. (97.2 x 57.8cm)sheet: 43 1/4 x 26 3/4 in. (109.9 x 68cm)Unframed.

Lot: 100 - BILL SULLIVAN (AMERICAN, 1942-2010) UNTITLED

Bill Sullivan (American, 1942-2010) Untitled Signed upper left, oil on canvas. (32 x 46 in. (81.3 x 116.8cm)) Provenance Bowery Gallery, New York, New York.Private Collection, New York. Condition report: Frame: 32 1/2 x 46 1/2 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 101 - HOWARD FINSTER (AMERICAN, 1916-2001) ABIGRILLA

Howard Finster (American, 1916-2001) Abigrilla Signed bottom left, signed again, dated 'July 3, 1988' and inscribed '7000.951 works since 1976/ God Bless You All' verso, oil on shaped panel. (7 1/8 x 14 1/2 in. (18.1 x 36.8cm)) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 102 - JOHN BALDESSARI (AMERICAN, 1931–2020) DOUBLE MOTORCYCLISTS AND LANDSCAPE (ICELANDIC 2003) (FROM THE OVERLAP SERIES)

John Baldessari (American, 1931–2020) Double Motorcyclists and Landscape (Icelandic 2003) (from the Overlap Series) 2001-03, pencil signed, dated '03', and numbered 2/90, with full margins, Brooke Alexander Editions, New York, New York, publisher. Lithograph in colors on Somerset paper.image: 28 x 27 1/2 in. (71.1 x 69.8cm)sheet: 29 1/2 x 28 3/4 in. (74.9 x 73cm)[Hurowitz, 115] Condition report: In very good overall condition. Please note that work was not examined out of frame, it is mounted with full sheet visible. Slight deckling to each edge. Bottom deckled edge is softly folded under. Slight undulation to paper at left upper edge, near red and white stripes in image. Frame: 30 3/4 x 30 1/4 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 103 - SALVADOR DALÍ (SPANISH, 1904-1989) BIRTH OF VENUS (TORSO)

Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904-1989) Birth of Venus (Torso) 1979, pencil signed and numbered 335/350, with full margins, Levine and Levine for DALART N.V., publisher, and with their blindstamp. Lithograph in colors on Arches paper. image: 22 7/8 x 16 15/16 in. (58.1 x 43cm)sheet: 29 3/8 x 21 3/8 in. (74.8 x 54.5cm)[Field, 79-4]Unframed. Condition report: In very good overall condition. The sheet is very gently toned with time, particularly along the extreme edges. Inscribed in pencil 'Albert Field/ 13 Aug 93' top left verso and 'GL1657' bottom right verso. Note: this lot is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from Brana Fine Art.

Lot: 104 - DAVID HOCKNEY (BRITISH, B. 1937) A BIGGER BOOK, ART EDITION NO. 251–500

David Hockney (British, b. 1937) A Bigger Book, Art Edition No. 251–500 2016, ink signed and stamp numbered 275 on the justification, from the edition of 10,000, with full margins, Taschen, Berlin, Germany, publisher, with full text and title page, bound (as issued).book: 28 1/8 x 20 3/8 x 3 1/2 in. (71.4 x 51.8 x 8.9cm) Footnote: Note A painted metal bookstand designed by Marc Newson accompanies this lot.

Lot: 105 - BUKY SCHWARTZ (ISRAELI, 1932-2009) FIVE CHAIRS WITH POEMS, 1994

Buky Schwartz (Israeli, 1932-2009) Five Chairs with Poems, 1994 Bronze with weathered patina, each inscribed 'BUKY '94' on baseH: 56, W: 30 1/4, L: 30 1/4 in. (first)H: 50, W: 28 3/4, L: 28 5/8 in. (second)H: 46, W: 27 1/8, L: 27 1/4 in. (third) H: 41, W: 25 5/8, L: 25 3/4 in. (fourth)H: 36 1/2, W: 24 1/4, L: 24 1/4 in. (fifth) Qty: (5)

Lot: 106 - JAMES NARES (BRITISH, B. 1953) ISMBARD KINGDOM

James Nares (British, b. 1953) Ismbard Kingdom Metallic pigment and enamel on canvas.Executed in 1986. (84 1/4 x 120 in. (214 x 304.8cm)) Provenance Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, New York.Michael Klein, Inc., New York, New York.Private Collection, Bethesda, Maryland. Footnote: Note In addition to being an artist, James Nares is a filmmaker and a musician. Born in London, Nares studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and has works in major museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Albright-Knox Art Museum. Known for her large-scale calligraphic brushstroke paintings, the present work, which combines metallic pigment and enamel, is a departure from the artist’s gestural strokes compositions with its graphically bold, linear design. Condition report: Top edge of canvas is very slightly concave along stretcher bar, especially at the corners. There is a slight rub mark at top left, approx. 4 in. long in an arc shape and four or five very light diagonal rub marks at bottom right corner, approx. 4 in. long. The bare canvas on either side of the painting, stretched around the sides, shows light soiling, one stain at left edge approx. 10 in from top and a few small scuff marks and stains near top right corner. Top and bottom edges were not able to be examined. The painting is in overall excellent condition.

Lot: 107 - WILLIAM WEGMAN (AMERICAN, B. 1943) DOUBLE PORTRAIT (PLATE VII FROM MAN RAY: A PORTFOLIO OF 10 PHOTOGRAPHS)

William Wegman (American, b. 1943) Double Portrait (plate VII from Man Ray: A Portfolio of 10 Photographs) 1973 (printed 1982), pencil signed, dated and numbered 19/20 verso, with wide margins, Holly Solomon Editions, New York, New York, publisher. Gelatin silver print on Agfa paper.image: 7 1/4 x 7 in. (18.4 x 17.8cm)sheet: 13 7/8 x 10 7/8 in. (35.2 x 27.6cm) Footnote: Literature William Wegman and Frederic Paul, William Wegman, L'oeuvre photographique, Photographic Works: 1969-1976, ‎Fond Regional D'Art Contemporain Du Limousin, 1992, pp. 198-200. Condition report: In excellent original condition, with the slightest abrasions to corners of sheet verso, obscured by mat. Taped to matboard twice along top edge verso.Frame: 20 1/8 x 17 1/8 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 108 - MARY VAN CLINE (AMERICAN, B. 1954) GLASS SCULPTURE FROM THE "GREEK VASE" SERIES, USA, 1990

Mary van Cline (American, b. 1954) Glass Sculpture from the "Greek Vase" Series, USA, 1990 Cast glass, laminated photosensitive glass, sand-cast glass, pâte de verreSigned and dated: "Mary van Cline '90" (H: 15 1/2, W: 13, D: 1 5/8 in.) Provenance Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, TexasProperty from a Private Collection, Washington, D.C. Condition report: Very good overall with no breaks or repairs noted. No major surface scratches or chips noted. One 1/8 in. dia. raised imperfection, slighlty ground down, to front of sculpture near base of the "bowl" measuring approx 1/8" in. dia. (occured in the making of); various air bubbles throughout consistent with technique and artist intent.

Lot: 109 - MARY VAN CLINE (AMERICAN, B. 1954) GLASS SCULPTURE FROM THE "GREEK VASE" SERIES, USA, 1990

Mary van Cline (American, b. 1954) Glass Sculpture from the "Greek Vase" Series, USA, 1990 Cast glass, laminated photosensitive glass, sand-cast glassSigned and dated: "Mary van Cline '90" (H: 10 1/8, W: 10 1/8, D: 2 1/8 in.) Provenance Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, TexasProperty from a Private Collection, Washington, D.C. Condition report: Very good overall. Minor surface imperfections, consistent with manufacture. One post-production scallop-shaped chip to corner top edge of the "bowl" measuring approximately 1/4 in. x 1/8 in. The upper edge of the sculpture with several very small grinding flea bites, occurring in the polishing/manufacture of the sculpture. The reverse with some shallow surface scratches.

Lot: 110 - MARK BRAZIER-JONES (BRITISH, B. 1956) PAIR OF "DOLPHIN TAIL" CHAIRS, ENGLAND, 1996

Mark Brazier-Jones (British, b. 1956) Pair of "Dolphin Tail" Chairs, England, 1996 Numbers 18 and 19 from an Edition of 200Patinated bronze, upholsteryEngraved signature and date: "Mark Brazier-Jones 1996"Consecutively numbered: "18/200" and "19/200" (H: 32, W: 20, D: 20 in.) Condition report: In overall very good useable condition with no breaks or repairs. The bronze surface with dynamic blueish-green patina over warm, golden bronze. One chair with darkened areas to patina at knee and crest. Foam soft and upholstery generally clean. One back rest with minor soiling to upholstery. A few very minor scuffs/scratches to various edges generally consistent with age and light wear. One chair with small, but slightly deeper scratches to tip of back rest frame.

Lot: 111 - FANTASY DOUBLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE, CIRCA 1970S

Fantasy Double Pedestal Dining Table, circa 1970s Dolphin-form basesBrass, enameled steel, glass (H: 30 3/4, L: 79, W: 49 1/4 in.)

Lot: 112 - TAKASHI MURAKAMI (JAPANESE, B. 1962) WE ARE THE JOCULAR CLAN

Takashi Murakami (Japanese, b. 1962) We are the Jocular Clan 2018, silver ink signed and numbered 125/300, the full sheet, Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Tokyo, publisher. Offset lithograph in colors.sheet: 19 3/4 in. (50.2cm) diameterUnframed.

Lot: 113 - TAKASHI MURAKAMI (JAPANESE, B. 1962) WE ARE THE JOCULAR CLAN

Takashi Murakami (Japanese, b. 1962) We are the Jocular Clan 2018, silver ink signed and numbered 125/300, the full sheet, Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Tokyo, publisher. Offset lithograph in colors.sheet: 19 3/4 in. (50.2cm) diameterUnframed.

Lot: 114 - TAKASHI MURAKAMI (JAPANESE, B. 1962) WE ARE THE JOCULAR CLAN

Takashi Murakami (Japanese, b. 1962) We are the Jocular Clan 2018, ink signed and numbered 129/300, the full sheet, Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Tokyo, publisher. Offset lithograph in colors.sheet: 19 3/4 in. (50.2cm) diameterUnframed.

Lot: 115 - TAKASHI MURAKAMI (JAPANESE, B. 1962) WE ARE THE JOCULAR CLAN

Takashi Murakami (Japanese, b. 1962) We are the Jocular Clan 2018, ink signed and numbered 125/300, the full sheet, Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Tokyo, publisher. Offset lithograph in colors.sheet: 19 3/4 in. (50.2cm) diameterUnframed.

Lot: 116 - MR. BRAINWASH (FRENCH, B. 1966) FULL OF HEARTS

Mr. Brainwash (French, b. 1966) Full of Hearts 2021, pencil signed and numbered 18/75 with the artist's blindstamp, also pencil dated with fingerprint verso, the full sheet. Screenprint in colors on wove paper.sheet: 38 1/8 x 50 in. (96.8 x 127cm)Unframed.

Lot: 117 - MR. BRAINWASH (FRENCH, B. 1966) LIFE IMITATES ART

Mr. Brainwash (French, b. 1966) Life Imitates Art 2020, pencil signed and numbered 21/95, also pencil dated with fingerprint verso, with full margins. Screenprint in colors on wove paper.image: 32 x 32 in. (81.3 x 81.3cm)sheet: 36 1/8 x 36 1/8 in. (91.8 x 91.8cm)Unframed. Condition report: Stamped 'Illustration(s) SEPS. © Licensed by Curtis Licensing' verso.

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