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Dr. G & the Kaufman Collection

Auction Saturday September 22nd 2018 at noon

Illustration precedes description

 

 

 

 

101

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian (two)

DIPTYCH (N.2), 1980, a pair of color screenprints, each signed in pencil and inscribed A/P, there were thirty artist’s proofs aside from the numbered edition 250, published by Mirage Editions and printed by Jeff Wasserman with blind stamps in the lower margins, image 17 x 16 ¼”, full margins, framed with glass. Provenance: Galerie Michael, Beverly Hills. (2)

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

102

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

JOAN COLLINS (N.16), 1982, color screenprint, signed in pencil, numbered 84/150, published by Mirage Editions, sheet 36 x 28”, framed.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting bid $250

 

 

 

103

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

CLEO (N.18), 1983, color screenprint, signed in pencil and inscribed A/P, there were fifteen artist’s proofs aside from the numbered edition 90, published by Mirage Editions, image 30 x 36”, framed.

Creases and printer’s creases throughout, small pale discoloration above lip, otherwise in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

104

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

MOTHER EARTH’S PARIS (N.5), 1979, color screenprint poster, signed in pencil, numbered 119/250, published by Mirage Editions, sheet 25 x 17”, framed.

Creases lower left, a crease lower right, otherwise in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

105

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

SHADES (N.24), 1982, color screenprint poster, signed in pencil, inscribed A/P, there were thirty artist’s proofs aside from the numbered edition 250, published by Mirage Editions sheet 25 ¼ x 30 3/8”.

Surface soiling, surface scuffs, surface speckles, a few soft handling creases, some small, accretions, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

106

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

GALERIE MICHAEL (N.28), 1982, color screenprint poster, signed and dated in pencil lower left, published by Mirage Editions, sheet 25 x 18”, framed with glass. Acquired directly from Galerie Michael.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $100/300

Starting bid $50

 

 

 

107

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

DYANSEN 57 (N.31), 1983, color screenprint poster, signed and numbered 18/250 in pencil, published by Mirage Editions, sheet 25 x 18”, framed with glass.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $100/300

Starting bid $50

 

 

 

108

Patrick Nagel (1945-1984) Californian

SILVER SUNBEAM (N.9), 1979, color screenprint poster, signed in pencil and inscribed A/P, there were thirty artist’s proofs aside from the numbered edition 250, published by Mirage Editions, sheet 25 x 17”, framed with glass.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

109

LeRoy Neiman (1921-2012) American

AMERICAN GOLD (K.II.42) (Los Angeles Olympics), 1984, color screenprint, signed in pencil, numbered 387/600, image 28 x 42”, full margins, framed.

Hairline vertical cracks mainly lower left, otherwise apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting bid $250

 

 

 

110

Don Nice (b. 1932) New York

TROPICAL PUNCH, 1994, color lithograph, signed and dated and titled in pencil, number 7/50, sheet 29 x 45”, framed.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting bid $150

 

 

 

111

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican

CIUDAD DE CRISTAL (Crystal City), 2001, acrylic painting on Masonite, signed lower right, 95 x 44”, framed; Together with a hardbound 1996 Exhibition Raisonne from Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte, pen signed and dated 1997 on the frontise page, text in Spanish, and a soft-bound catalog. Provenance: La Kae Galleries, acquired directly from artist.

Small scuff line at center, some tiny nick at edges, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $4000/8000

Starting Bid $2000

 

 

 

112

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican

SHIPWRECK (Night), circa 1990, acrylic painting on Masonite, signed lower left, 23 ½ x 31 ½”, framed; Together with a hardbound 1996 Exhibition Raisonne from Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte, pen signed and dated 1997 on the frontise page, text in Spanish, and a soft-bound catalog. Provenance: La Kae Galleries, acquired directly from artist.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $1500/2500

Starting Bid $750

 

 

 

113

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican

FIREBIRD, finely woven wool tapestry, signed lower right, weavers mark lower left, 84 x 56”; Together with a hardbound 1996 Exhibition Raisonne from Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte, pen signed and dated 1997 on the frontise page, text in Spanish.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $1000/3000

Starting Bid $500

 

 

 

114

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican

CITY OF GLASS, acrylic painting on Masonite, signed lower left, 35 ½ x 48”, framed; Together with a hardbound 1996 Exhibition Raisonne from Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte, pen signed and dated 1997 on the frontise page, text in Spanish, and a soft-bound catalog. Provenance: La Kae Galleries, acquired directly from artist.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/4000

Starting Bid $1000

 

 

 

115

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican

SHIPWRECK, acrylic painting on Masonite, signed lower right, 23 ½ x 31 ½”, framed; Together with a hardbound 1996 Exhibition Raisonne from Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte, pen signed and dated 1997 on the frontise page, text in Spanish, and a soft-bound catalog. Provenance: La Kae Galleries, acquired directly from artist.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $1500/2500

Starting Bid $750

 

 

 

116

Leonardo Nierman (b. 1932) Mexican (seven)

VOLCANIC FURY; COSMIC WIND, a pair of color giclée prints, each signed in pencil, numbered 200/200 and 280/1000, sheets 14 ¼” x 12 ½” and 15 ½ x 13”; Together with two United Nations first issue stamps designed by the artist; Together with two Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte exhibition posters, each 35 ½ x 25 ¾”, both shrink-wrapped; LA KAE Exhibition poster, 1993, signed and dated, 37 x 25”,; Together with a hardbound 1996 Exhibition Raisonne from Museo Universitario Contemporaneo De Arte, pen signed and dated 1997 on the frontise page, text in Spanish. (7)

The last poster with some minor discoloration and soft handling creases in margins, otherwise all in good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/300

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

117

Oyster Pirates: Shawn Webber, Jason Wheatley, & Sri Whipple (20th/21st Century) American

PANDORA’S PLIGHT, oil painting on canvas, signatures not found, inscribed “Some Pandora” on verso, 48 x 72”, gallery tag identifying artists on verso. Original provenance: Varnish Fine Art, San Francisco.

Artist’s repair lower left, a few hairline scratches, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $6000/8000

Starting bid $3000

 

 

 

118

Louis Pecou (20th Century) French

MORNAC SEUBRE, 1983, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, signed and dated and titled on verso, 18 x 25 ½”, framed.

Minor surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

119

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

PINK VASE, oil painting on canvas, signed lower right, 24 x 28”, framed.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

120

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

AUTUMN (Native American Camp), 1981, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower right, 24 x 30”, framed.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

121

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

WINTER, 1985, color pastel on paper, signed and dated lower right, 31 x 30”, framed.

Arching crease and buckle along left side, otherwise in apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

122

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

MESA VILLAGE, 1978, color pastel and watercolor on paper, signed and dated lower right, 22 x 33”, with framed with glass.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

123

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

STANDING NATIVE AMERICAN FIGURE, 1981, watercolor on paper, signed and dated lower right, 30 x 20”, framed.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

124

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Spanish

AVANT LA PIQUE (B.946; Moma 26), 1959, color linocut, signed in pencil, numbered 22/50, image 6 ½ x 8 ¾”, full margins, framed.

Mild toning, colors attenuated, otherwise in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $6000/9000

Starting bid $3000

 

 

 

125

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Spanish

LA PLONGEUSE (B.1322), 1932, etching with collage, signed in pencil lower right, plate 5 3/8 x 4 ½”, full margins, framed.

Some toning in margins at mat, otherwise in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $5000/10,000

Starting bid $2500

 

 

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