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Auction Saturday June 1st @ Noon

 

CODA Gallery named "Best Gallery in California" American Art Awards

Exclusive Inventory Reduction Event and part II of the Reynolds & Moskowitz Estates

Illustration precedes description

 

 

 

101

Graham Nash (b. 1942) British

JONI MITCHELL 1969, 1993, gelatin silver print, signed in ink lower left, image 7 x 7”, frame 15 x 15”.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

102

Native American Kachina Dolls (early to mid-20th Century) (six)

Five painted wood figures with leather, fur, beads and rope, 15” to 7 ¼” tall; A fabric doll with yarn and reed, 5” tall. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz. (6)

Some losses, overall in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

103

Native American Kachina Mask (early to mid-20th Century)

Painted leather with reed cap, fur collar, wood, wool, fabric and chili pods, 14 ½” tall with metal stand, 11” wide. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

Some soiling and paint loss, chilis replaced, may retain some insects in fur collar, otherwise in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

104

Native American Pottery

A double-handled painted ceramic jar with flower and morning star motif, 10 ¼” tall, 8 ½” diameter. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

Two broken off shards retained and restorable with associated hairline cracks to vessel, some minor surface loss and wear, otherwise in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

105

Oceanic Mask

An elaborately painted carved wood mask with reed and fiber hair, with detachable ears, 22 ½ x 16 x 15”, overall 66 ½” tall with metal stand and wood pedestal. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

106

Oceanic Sepik Ancestor mask

Carved wood mask with beak-like nose and encrusted finish, 22 x 8 x 8”. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

107

Oceanic Shield

SHIELD, painted and carved wood with clay, pigment and encrusted finish, overall 53 ¾ x 10 ½ x 3”.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

108

Oceanic Totemic Ancestral Statue

STANDING FIGURE, elaborately carved wood statue with clay and pigment, 50 x 10 x 10” with metal stand. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

Apparently lacking appointment at top of head, otherwise in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

109

Oceanic Totemic Ancestral Statue

MALE FIGURE WITH HEADDRESS, elaborately carved wood statue with clay and pigment, 48 x 8 x 8” with metal stand. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

110

Pacific Northwest Coast or Inuit Art

EAGLE TOTEM, carved and painted wood, 23 ¼ x 29 ½ x 6”. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

111

Pacific Northwest Coast or Inuit Art Squamish Area

EAGLE, carved and painted wood with straw headdress, signed and inscribed inside, 25 x 6 x 4”, with custom metal wall mount. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good mid-century condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

112

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

UNTITLED BIG BLUE SKY, 19891, acrylic painting on board, signed and dated lower right, 18 x 24”, with linen liner display frame with Plexiglas 20 x 26”.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

113

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

FENNELL, 1981, watercolor with color pastel and acrylic on board, signed and dated lower right, 28 ½ x 19 ½”, with linen liner display frame with Plexiglas 29 ¾ x 21”.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

114

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

SUNDAY BEACH, 1982, acrylic with watercolor and color pastel on paper or board, signed and dated lower right, 12 ¼ x 24”, with linen liner display frame with Plexiglas 14 x 25 ½”.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

115

Tom Perkinson (b. 1940) New Mexico

LANDSCAPE WITH BUILDING, 1988, acrylic with watercolor and color pastel on paper or board, signed and dated lower right, image 18 x 28”, frame 23 x 33”.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

116

after Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Spanish

TETE D’UN JEUNE HOMME, 1964, color lithograph, signed and dated in design, sheet 14 ¾ x 11”, frame 23 x 18 ½” with glass.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $100/300

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

117

Pam Powell (b. 1953) California

HIGH SPEED CONNECTION, oil painting on board, signed lower left, 24 x 18”, frame 26 x 20”. Provenance: From the CODA Collection, CODA Gallery, Palm Desert CA. Certificate of Authenticity available from the gallery upon request.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $400/$800

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

118

Ancient or Aged Pottery (three)

A gourd shaped and one globular ceramic vessel with long necks, one with paint remnants, 10” & 9” tall; A ceramic jar, 2 ¾” tall. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz. (3)

All in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

119

Pre-Columbian: Colima Pottery

RECLINATORIO, painted redware ceramic, 9 ¼ x 11 ¼ x 7 ½”, estimated for auction by Sotheby’s in 1997 for $1500-2000. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

120

Pre-Columbian: Colima Pottery

Gadrooned painted redware ceramic Olla with tripod parrot legs, 9” tall, 13” diameter including legs, estimated for auction by Sotheby’s in 1997 for $1500-2000. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1500

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

 

121

Pre-Columbian: Colima Pottery

SPOUTED JAR, a painted ceramic with Octopus motif, 5 ½” tall 8 ½” diameter, estimated for auction by Sotheby’s in 1997 for $700-1000. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

122

Pre-Columbian: Colima Pottery

Figural SPOUTED JAR, painted ceramic, 6 ¼ x 6 ¼ x 6”, estimated for auction by Sotheby’s in 1997 for $600-900. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

123

Pre-Columbian: Mexican Nayarit Pottery

A painted ceramic vessel, with label underneath, 5” tall, 6 ¾” diameter. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

Small hole underneath, otherwise in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

124

Pre-Columbian: Narino Pottery (two)

Two openwork lobed painted ceramic vessels, 9 ¾” & 10” tall, 7 ¼” & 7 ¾” diameter, estimated for auction by Sotheby’s in 1997 for $1500-2000. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz. (2)

One appears to be professionally reconstructed, otherwise both in good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

125

Pre-Columbian: Peruvian Chimu Pottery

BIRD, double-bodied blackware, painted ceramic whistling stirrup, 9 x 4 ½ x 9”, estimated for auction by Sotheby’s in 1997 for $900-1200. From the collection of Selma & Herbert Moskowitz.

In good aged condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

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