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101 Richard Lindner German/Amer. 1901-1978
Fifth Ave, 1971. Colour lithograph, editioned 119/175 and signedin pencil below image, 60.3 x 50.9cm.
From the folio Fun City, consisting of 14colour lithographs produced and published by horewood Publishers Incorporated, New York, 1971. Held in Dallas Museum of Art.
$1,250

102 Richard Lindner German/Amer. 1901-1978
Girl With Hoop, 1971. Colour lithograph, editioned 119/175 and signed in pencil below image, 60.9 x 51.2cm. Minor stain to image lower left.
From the folio Fun City, consisting of 14 colour lithographs produced and published by Shorewood Publishers Incorporated, New York, 1971. Held in Dallas Museum of Art.
$1,250

103 Richard Lindner German/Amer. 1901-1978
Uptown, 1971. Colour lithograph, editioned 119/175 and signed in pencil below image, 60.7 x 50.7cm. Repaired minor tear and stain to upper edge of image.
From the folio Fun City, consisting of 14 colour lithographs produced and published by Shorewood Publishers Incorporated, New York, 1971. Held in Dallas Museum of Art.
$1,250

104 Richard Lindner German/Amer. 1901-1978
First Ave, 1971. Colour lithograph, editioned 119/175 and signed in pencil below image, 60.6 x 50cm. Trimmed left edge.
From the folio Fun City, consisting of 14 colour lithographs produced and published by Shorewood Publishers Incorporated, New York, 1971. Held in Dallas Museum of Art.
$1,250

105 Richard Lindner German/Amer. 1901-1978
Lollipop, 1971. Colour lithograph, editioned 119/175 and signed in pencil below image, 60.7 x 50.4cm.
From the folio Fun City, consisting of 14 colour lithographs produced and published by Shorewood Publishers Incorporated, New York, 1971. Held in Dallas Museum of Art.
$1,250

106 Boris Lovet-Lorski Lith./Amer. 1894-1973
[Male Figure], c1929. Lithograph, signed in pencil below image, 31.4 x 23.7cm.
Likely from a portfolio of lithographs published in two volumes in Paris, 1929. Ref: British Museum. Boris Lovet-Lorski worked as an architect in Russia until 1920, when he immigrated to the United States, settling in New York. His sculpture and artwork was "inspired by the nude human figure and [he] even tried briefly to go without clothes himself, but found he was annoyed and distracted by the clothing of others." Ref: Smithsonian.
$1,350

107 Iain Macnab British 1890-1967
Haute-Savoie [French Alps], c1940s. Colour lithograph, initialled in image lower left, annotated "state 2", titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 27.5 x 29.4cm. Repaired tears to image upper right and lower centre, slight stains and creases to margins.
Haute-Savoie is in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of eastern France. The first Winter Olympic Games were held at Chamonix in Haute-Savoie in 1924. Ref: Wiki.
$2,950

108 After René Magritte Belgian 1898-1967
L'Oeil (Eye), 1968. Colour soft-ground etching with rocker, editioned 112/150 in pencil with stamped artist's signature and blindstamp in lower margin, 17.7 x 14.5cm. Minor stains to image centre left and margins.
Blindstamp reads "Gravure originale, Atelier René Magritte." Ref: Kaplan & Baum #17.
$5,500

109 Aristide Maillol French 1861-1944
[Tailpieces From "The Georgics Of Virgil"], c1937-1944/1950. Three woodcuts on a single sheet, "Maillol" monogram stamped lower left with publisher's blindstamp, 32.3 x 24cm (paper). Foxing overall.
Illustrations made for Les Géorgiques de Virgile, vols. I and II. The volumes, printed by Philippe Gonin in Paris, were in planning from 1910 when Maillol was travelling around Naples. The project was not revived until 1937, with the encouragement of Gonin. The last block was received in 1944, just before Maillol's death, who supervised the cutting of the last blocks as his hands and eyes were too weak to do it himself. It was finally published in 1950. This page containing three images is possibly a printer's proof sheet, with the Maillol stamp. The top image is the tailpiece to André Mary's preface (landscape). The second is the tailpiece to the Latin text book III (landscape with flock), and the bottom image is the tailpiece to the French text, book III (landscape with sheep). Ref: Maillol Woodcuts: 303 Great Book Illustrations, 1979.
$1,650

110 Man Ray American 1890-1976
Self-Portrait, c1947. Process letterpress, signed and dated in reverse in block upper right, annotated "V", editioned 13/20 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 19.9 x 15.7cm. Minor handling creases to
image centre right and lower margin.
Very rare unrecorded process letterpress print, created photo-mechanically from the original photograph of Man Ray. This print has an impression mark verso indicating the process of letterpress printing. It is dated and signed in the image, unlike the standard issue which is listed as a screenprint (which was produced in an edition of 100 in 1972). Ref: Josef Lebovic; Anselmino #101; The Met, NY.
$4,950


111 Man Ray American 1890-1976
Un Monument, 1968. Colour lithograph, editioned 37/125 "I" and signed in pencil below image, 58 x 44.1cm. Slight paper loss and cracking to image lower centre and right, tears and minor foxing to edges, horizontal creases, old mount burn.
Ref: Anselmino #13. Un Monument was based on an earlier work, Monument à D.A.F. de Sade, a photograph of a cross superimposed on a nude, created in 1933. Man Ray at the time had become acquainted with the work of Marquis de Sade, and he, along with other surrealists, admired de Sade, celebrating him as "the freest spirit that had ever lived." Ref: Wiki.
$2,200

112 Man Ray American 1890-1976
[Marquis De] Sade, 1970. Colour lithograph, editioned XIII/XXX and signed in pencil in lower margin, 62.1 x 50cm. Framed.
Printed by Mourlot and published by Editore Toselli, Paris. Ref: Anselmino #8.
$2,900

113 Man Ray American 1890-1976
Portrait Of Rrose Sélavy [Marcel Duchamp], 1971. Aquatint with rotogravure, editioned 52/125 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 25.5 x 25.3cm. Minor foxing to margins. Framed.
Published and printed by Georges Visat, Paris. Ref: Anselmino #20. Rrose or Rose Sélavy was a pseudonym of Marcel Duchamp, who first became associated with the name when he appeared in a 1921 photograph by Man Ray, dressed as a woman. The name is a pun of the French phrase "Eros, c'est la vie." Ref: Wiki.
$2,650

114 Roberto Matta Chilean 1911-2002
T'ou't Se Tient [Everything Fits], 1975. Colour lithograph, title, medium, artist and publication printed verso, 31.2 x 24.1cm. Uneven left margin.
From XXe Siècle, December 1975. Printed by Mourlot.
$660

115 Nancy McIntosh [Caribbean Musician And Dancer] c1950s.
Watercolour with ink and gouache, signed in ink lower right, 54.3 x 37.1cm. Repaired tear and minor surface loss to image upper left and right, slight stains and foxing.
$990

116 Allan McNab Brit./Amer. 1901-1982
Johnnie Walker Delights, As Always, To Honour The Brave, c1921. Etching, artist and title in plate below image, 45.5 x 34cm. Repaired tears to right margin including platemark, paper remnants to lower portion, old mount burn.
Text reads "Grand civic welcome to those gallant heroes HM 19th Regiment of Foot (The Green Howards) on their return from foreign service. Allan Mac Nab [sic] fecit. Issued by John Walker & Sons Limited. Scotch whisky distillers, Kilmarnock [Scotland]." Married to Dorothy Cumming, a silent film actress, artist and designer Allan McNab became the art director of Life magazine. He worked as design director for Norman Bel Geddes, and became the director of administration of the Art Institute of Chicago. The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment) was a line infantry regiment of the British Army. Ref: Wiki.
$1,650

117 Joan Miró Spanish 1893-1983
[Lithograph II From "Sculptures"], 1974. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower right, 27.7 x 55.9cm. Old vertical fold as issued, minor creases lower centre.
One of two lithographs included in Miro, Sculptures, 1974, published by Maeght, Paris. Ref: Mourlot #949.
$1,150

118 Joan Miró Spanish 1893-1983
Céramiques, 1974. Colour lithograph, signed in image lower right, 42 x 62cm. Minor cockling, old mount burn.
Ref: Cramer #928.
$1,350

119 Joan Miró Spanish 1893-1983
Le Bousier (The Dung Beetle), 1978. Aquatint and drypoint, printed à la poupée, editioned 19/30 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 20.7 x 35cm (platemark), 50.9 x 66.9cm (paper). Slight discolouration to paper. Framed.
Printed with two plates: the first plate, forming the background image, is in aquatint and drypoint in multiple colours and most likely was larger than the paper size, thus no platemark; the second plate,
which is smaller and in the centre of the image, is printed in black aquatint. Ref: Dupin & Lelong-Mainaud #1016, does not note the two plates.
$4,900

120 Urushibara Mokuchu Japanese 1888-1953
[Fruit Bowl And Vase], c1920. Colour woodcut, signature and artist's chop stamped on image centre left, annotated "no. 20" and signed in pencil in lower margin, 27.2 x 37.6cm. Paper loss and stains to margins, old mount burn.
$1,650

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