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Auction Saturday February 22nd, 2020 @ noon

 

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76

European Artist Unidentified (20th Century)

WINTER LANDSCAPE, color pastel on paper, signed and dated lower right, sight 23 x 18 ½”, frame 30 ½ x 26”.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

77

Charles Fazzino (b. 1955) New York

FROM FISHES TO KNISHES, 1994, multi-layer 3-D cutout color screenprint with glitter highlights, signed and titled and numbered 161/450 in pencil, published by Museum Editions with their certificate on back, framed 37 x 46”.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

78

Charles Fazzino (b. 1955) New York

REMEMBERING 70’s TV, 1994, multi-layer color 3-D monoprint with glitter highlights, signed and titled and inscribed “Monoprint Light Blue 1-5”, published by Museum Editions with their certificate on back, framed 34 ½ x 41”.

One of the characters with small studio tear on cheek, otherwise in apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

79

Pedro Friedeberg (b. 1936) Mexican

PRUEBA DE ESTADO, 1973, color screenprint on hand-cut paper, signed and dated in pencil, printed by Kryon with blind stamp lower right, sheet 20 ½ x 20 ½”, discardable frame 29 ¾ x 29 ¾” with double glass.

Four small ATG tape hinges on verso, some schmutz or white dust on inside, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $500/700

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

80

Pedro Friedeberg (b. 1936) Mexican

EXPLICACIONES DE CASANOVA A KAFKA LA VIDA INTIMA DE UN COBARDE 1972, color screenprint, signed and dated and numbered 16/50 in pencil, image 19 ½ x 19 ½”, full margins, frame 25 ¾ x 25 ¾”.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $400/600

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

81

Pedro Friedeberg (b. 1936) Mexican

CIUDAD DE UN MILLON CON VEINTICINCA HUEVOS DUROS, 1972, color screenprint, signed and dated in pencil, numbered X/L (10/50), image 19 ¾ x 19 ¾”, sheet 21 ¾ x 21 ¾”, frame 25 ¾ x 25 ¾” with glass.

Extremely pale toning and printer’s scuffs in margins, cockling, some old masking tape residue verso sheet edges, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $400/600

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

82

Pavel Gagarin (1885-1980) Russian Federation

RED TREE, 1940, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower left, 40 x 55 ½”, frame 45 ½ x 61”.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $1000/2000

Starting Bid $500

 

 

 

83

Lajos Gimes (1886-1945) Hungarian

A SPRING LANDSCAPE, 1918, gouache painting on paper mounted to card, signed and dated lower left, sight 19 x 25”, frame 26 ½ x 32 ½ x 2 ¾”.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

84

Gorby (20th Century) Hungarian?

STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS, gouache on buff paper, signed lower right, sight 17 ½ x 13 ½”, frame 22 ½ x 18 ½” with glass.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

85

Gorby (20th Century) Hungarian?

FLORAL STILL LIFE watercolor on paper mounted to paper, signed lower right, image 17 ¾ x 12 ½”, frame 25 ¼ x 21 ¼” with glass.

In apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

86

Gorby (20th Century) Hungarian?

BATHERS, oil painting on canvas, signed on verso, 25 x 30 ½”, frame x 28 ¼ x 33 ¼”.

Stretcher bar impressions, hairline cracks, soft impressions, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

87

R. C. Gorman (1931-2005) Native American

STRIPED BLANKET (A. p.182), 1981, first state, color lithograph, signed in pencil, numbered 95/250, artist and Houston Publishers blind stamps, sheet 30 x 22 ½”, frame 42 x 34”.

A couple of soft hinge impressions, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

88

Robert Graham (1938-2008) Californian

FRIEZE FIGURE (STANDING WOMAN), cast bronze sculpture with black patina, artist’s initial stamp on platform, overall 58 ¼”, figure 15” tall. Provenance: acquired directly from the artist by the present owner.

Small white scuff on left cheek bone, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $25,000/35,000

Starting Bid $15000

 

 

 

89

Paul Grimm (1891-1974) California

NATURES SHOW, oil painting on Masonite, signed lower right, 18 x 24”, frame 24 ¾ x 30 ¾”.

Light surface soiling, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $1000/1500

Starting Bid $500

 

 

 

90

R. Gutierrez (20th Century) & Contemporary Artist Unidentified (two)

R. Gutierrez HOME, 2003, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower left, 9 x 12”, frame 15 ½ x 18 ½ x 3”; Contemporary Artist Unidentified UNTITLED, baked enamel on thin sheet metal, 4 ½ x 4 ½”, Plexiglas box frame 6 ¾ x 6 ¾”. (2)

The first in good studio condition, the second in apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

91

Haitian Art (20th Century)

HERZULIE DANTOR, HEART FLAG, beads, sequins and mixed media, 32 x 32 ¼”, frame 37 ½ x 37 ¼”, weight 26 pound.

In apparently good condition aside from some possible small losses.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

92

Haitian Art (20th Century)

HERZULIE DANTOR, HEART FLAG, beads, sequins and mixed media, sight 27 ¼ x 25”, frame 36 x 34”.

Drooping in frame, some colors possibly faded, otherwise in apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

93

Marlene Healey (b. 1952) British/ American

WILD FLOWER, acrylic painting on canvas, signed lower right, 70 x 65”, frame 73 x 68”.

Some small scuffs and scrapes, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

94

Hoehn (20th Century) (six)

UNTITLED WOMEN, 1977-78, six gelatin silver prints mounted to paper or card, each signed and dated and inscribed a/p (artist’s proof) in pencil on the paper or card, images from 8 ½ x 6 ¼” to 5 x 3 7/8”, frames from 21 ¼ x 17 ¼” to 15 ¼ x 12 ¼” with glass. (6)

All in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting Bid $150

 

 

 

95

Ken Hori (20th Century) American

CURVE BALL, laminated wood sculpture, a signature not found, 127” length. Oral provenance: Klein Gallery, Chicago.

Some wear and surface blemishes, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

96

Hungarian Artist Unidentified (20th Century)

WOMAN WITH DOVE, watercolor and color pencil on paper or board, signed Koly** S*** lower right, sight 17 x 11 ½”, frame 28 x 21 with glass.

Some faint speckling, otherwise in apparently good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

97

Louis Icart (1888-1958) French

FAVORITE (H.451), 1936, color etching, signed in pencil, artist’s windmill blind stamp lower left, copyright upper right, 14 ¾” diameter, full margins, frame 29 x 29” with glass.

Small ding in margins upper left, soft handling creases, some small discoloring in the margins, otherwise in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $400/600

Starting Bid $200

 

 

 

98

Louis Icart (1888-1958) French

THIEVES (H.280), 1926, color etching, signed in pencil, artist’s windmill blind stamp and inscribed Epreuve d’Artiste (artist’s proof) in pencil lower left, image 16 ½ x 12”, unevenly trimmed sheet 21 ½ x 16 ¼”, frame 25 x 20” with glass.

Margins glue to mat on recto, unable to verify tagline purportedly upper left, toning in margins at mat, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

99

Louis Icart (1888-1958) French

SLEEPING BEAUTY (H.323), 1927, color etching, signed in pencil, artist’s windmill blind stamp lower left, copyright upper right, tagline upper left, oval 18 ¼ x 14 ½”, full margins, frame 23 x 27” with glass.

Colors faded, mild discoloration in margins, margins unevenly trimmed into oval, with approximately 2” to 3” of margin all around, rector of margins glued to mat, paper loss near upper left sheet edge recto, toning and discoloration on verso, small traces of silverfish damage.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting Bid $100

 

 

 

100

Ray Jacobs (1928-2010) Californian

SHELF, cut-wood construction, 23 x 25 ½ x 12 ¼”, with two additional polished stones.

Dust accumulation, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

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