Lot 1

JEAN PHILIPPE ARTHUR DUBUFFET

Estimate: 150 -100
Price:

Poster produced in France La Ruche, Paris. Size: 22 x 14 (56 x 37 cm)


 
Lot 2

SALVADOR DAL (SPANISH, 1904-1989)

Estimate: 700 -600
Price:

Colored lithograph, hand signed by Salvador Dali in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 56 from the edition of 350 in pencil in the lower left margin. (56/350). Size: 30 x 22 (76 x 56 cm)


 
Lot 3

RUSSIAN/SOVIET ARTIST

Estimate: 400 -350
Price:

Print (silk screen) by Russian/Soviet artist, signed in pencil, dated 1974 and numbered 3/6. The print has a stamp on the back from the Union of Soviet Artist. Size: 16 x 22 x (42 x 57cm)


 
Lot 4

ROGER BEZOMBES, FRANCE (1913-1994)

Estimate: 600 -400
Price:

Original 6 color lithograph, Yellow Rose, hand signed by Roger Bezombes in red pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 61 from the edition of 150 in pencil in the lower left margin. (61/150). Size: 23 x 18 (58.5 x 46 cm)


 
Lot 5

PEDRO SAN JUAN

Estimate: 400 -300
Price:

Etching from the series A General Aviary of Architectural Dreams and Beastly Interventions, hand signed by Pedro San Juan in pencil in the lower left margin. Numbered 6 from the edition of 50 in pencil. (6/50). Besides his many heavily illustrated satires and fables, Sanjuan produces large etchings. These large etchings are inhabited by a sea of madness involving all sort of creatures, human, avian, equine, canine, as well as by a large insectaria, all amidst bizarre architectural constructs. The etchings are done in an extremely elaborate and fine-line technique. Size: 24" x 18" x (61 x 46cm)


 
Lot 6

PEDRO SAN JUAN

Estimate: 400 -300
Price:

Etching by Pedro San Juan from the series A General Aviary of Architectural Dreams and Beastly Interventions. Sign in pencil and numbered 6/50. Besides his many heavily illustrated satires and fables, Sanjuan produces large etchings. These large etchings are inhabited by a sea of madness involving all sort of creatures, human, avian, equine, canine, as well as by a large insectaria, all amidst bizarre architectural constructs. The etchings are done in an extremely elaborate and fine-line technique. Size: 24" x 18" x (61 x 46cm)


 
Lot 7

PEDRO SAN JUAN

Estimate: 400 -300
Price:

Etching from the series A General Aviary of Architectural Dreams and Beastly Interventions, hand signed by Pedro San Juan in pencil in the lower left margin. Numbered 6 from the edition of 50 in pencil. (6/50).Besides his many heavily illustrated satires and fables, Sanjuan produces large etchings. These large etchings are inhabited by a sea of madness involving all sort of creatures, human, avian, equine, canine, as well as by a large insectaria, all amidst bizarre architectural constructs. The etchings are done in an extremely elaborate and fine-line technique. Size: 24" x 18" x (61 x 46cm)


 
Lot 8

VICTOR VASARELY (FRENCH/HUNGARIAN, 1906-1997)

Estimate: 800 -650
Price:

Original color serigraph, hand signed by Victor Vasarely in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 48 from the edition of 300 in pencil in the lower left margin.(48/300). Size: 32 x 23 (81 x 59.5 cm)


 
Lot 9

VICTOR VASARELY (FRENCH/HUNGARIAN, 1906-1997)

Estimate: 550 -450
Price:

Original color serigraph, hand signed by Victor Vasarely in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 5 from the edition of 25 in pencil in the lower left margin.(5/25). Size: 29 x 21 (75,5 x 54,5 cm)


 
Lot 10

VICTOR VASARELY (FRENCH/HUNGARIAN, 1906-1997)

Estimate: 550 -450
Price:

Original foil stamping print, hand signed by Victor Vasarely in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 198 from the edition of 200 in pencil in the lower left margin 198/200. Size: 19 x 19 (49 x 49 cm)


 
Lot 11

ALBERTO GIACOMETTI (SWISS, 1901-1966)

Estimate: 600 -500
Price:

"The Search, or Dans l'Atelier, from Paroles peintes. Original etching, 1965. This impression is from the cancelled plate, unsigned, unnumbered. Edition of 150. Size: 10 x 7 (25.7x19.7cm)


 
Lot 12

ORIGINAL WORK

Estimate: 350 -300
Price:

Original work soft pastel on paper from the series Amaryllis, artist is unknown, hand signed in pencil in the lower left corner and the back. Size: 21 x 30 x (55 x 76 cm)


 
Lot 13

ORIGINAL WORK

Estimate: 350 -300
Price:

Original work soft pastel on paper from the series Amaryllis, artist is unknown, hand signed in pencil in the lower left corner and the back. Size: 21 x 30 x (55 x 76 cm)


 
Lot 14

ORIGINAL WORK

Estimate: 350 -300
Price:

Original work soft pastel on paper from the series Amaryllis, artist is unknown, hand signed in pencil in the lower left corner and the back. Size: 21 x 30 x (55 x 76 cm)


 
Lot 15

ORIGINAL WORK

Estimate: 350 -300
Price:

Original work soft pastel on paper from the series Amaryllis, artist is unknown, hand signed in pencil in the lower left corner and the back. Size: 21 x 30 x (55 x 76 cm)


 
Lot 16

ORIGINAL WORK

Estimate: 350 -300
Price:

Original work soft pastel on paper from the series Amaryllis, artist is unknown, hand signed in pencil in the lower left corner and the back. Size: 21 x 30 x (55 x 76 cm)


 
Lot 17

A.R. PENCK (GERMAN, 1939)

Estimate: 800 -700
Price:

"Black and white lithograph printed on Arches paper hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil in the lower right margin and numbered in the lower left. (from the numbered edition of 50) This print is a part of Expedition to the Holy Land portfolio, which was created in 1983. The portfolio consists of 15 prints, each in an edition of 50. It was printed at Burston Graphic Centre, Jerusalem and published by Joshua Gessel. Penck visited parts of Israel and its occupied territories in January 1983 as a guest of the publisher and collector Joshua Gessel. Gessel had initially invited several European artists to undertake a project involving travel and creative work and Penck was the only artist amongst those approached who eventually accepted the proposal. The portfolio Expedition to the Holy Land' comprises 15 prints in all, three each in the following techniques: drypoint engraving, black and white lithography, color lithography, aquatint etching and screenprinting. The various techniques used allowed Penck to approach the experience of his visit in a number of different ways. For example, the screenprints deal with Israel's political situation as it stood while Penck was there. The color lithographs concentrate on the landscape itself and its geological structure, while the black and white lithographs, in contrast, reveal Penck's personal reactions to works of sculpture that interested him on this visit. The aquatint etchings are more abstract, exploring black and white contrasts and personal symbolism and, finally, the drypoint engravings are, in essence, travel sketches, crowded with detail and often presenting several layers of narrative imagery in various scales. Size: 29 x 41 (75 x 105cm)"


 
Lot 18

A.R. PENCK (GERMAN, 1939)

Estimate: 800 -700
Price:

"Aquatint etching printed on Arches paper hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil in the lower right margin and numbered in the lower left. (from the numbered edition of 50) This print is a part of Expedition to the Holy Land portfolio, which was created in 1983. The portfolio consists of 15 prints, each in an edition of 50. It was printed at Burston Graphic Centre, Jerusalem and published by Joshua Gessel. Penck visited parts of Israel and its occupied territories in January 1983 as a guest of the publisher and collector Joshua Gessel. Gessel had initially invited several European artists to undertake a project involving travel and creative work and Penck was the only artist amongst those approached who eventually accepted the proposal. The portfolio Expedition to the Holy Land' comprises 15 prints in all, three each in the following techniques: drypoint engraving, black and white lithography, colour lithography, aquatint etching and screenprinting. The various techniques used allowed Penck to approach the experience of his visit in a number of different ways. For example, the screenprints deal with Israel's political situation as it stood while Penck was there. The color lithographs concentrate on the landscape itself and its geological structure, while the black and white lithographs, in contrast, reveal Penck's personal reactions to works of sculpture that interested him on this visit. The aquatint etchings are more abstract, exploring black and white contrasts and personal symbolism and, finally, the drypoint engravings are, in essence, travel sketches, crowded with detail and often presenting several layers of narrative imagery in various scales. Size: 29 x 41 (75 x 105cm)"


 
Lot 19

A.R. PENCK (GERMAN, 1939)

Estimate: 1500 -1000
Price:

"Color lithograph printed on Arches paper hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil in the lower right margin and numbered in the lower left. (from the numbered edition of 50) This print is a part of Expedition to the Holy Land portfolio, which was created in 1983. The portfolio consists of 15 prints, each in an edition of 50. It was printed at Burston Graphic Centre, Jerusalem and published by Joshua Gessel. Penck visited parts of Israel and its occupied territories in January 1983 as a guest of the publisher and collector Joshua Gessel. Gessel had initially invited several European artists to undertake a project involving travel and creative work and Penck was the only artist amongst those approached who eventually accepted the proposal. The portfolio Expedition to the Holy Land' comprises 15 prints in all, three each in the following techniques: drypoint engraving, black and white lithography, color lithography, aquatint etching and screenprinting. The various techniques used allowed Penck to approach the experience of his visit in a number of different ways. For example, the screenprints deal with Israel's political situation as it stood while Penck was there. The color lithographs concentrate on the landscape itself and its geological structure, while the black and white lithographs, in contrast, reveal Penck's personal reactions to works of sculpture that interested him on this visit. The aquatint etchings are more abstract, exploring black and white contrasts and personal symbolism and, finally, the drypoint engravings are, in essence, travel sketches, crowded with detail and often presenting several layers of narrative imagery in various scales. Size: 29 x 41 (75 x 105cm) "


 
Lot 20

A.R. PENCK (GERMAN, 1939)

Estimate: 800 -700
Price:

"Black and white lithograph printed on Arches paper hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil in the lower right margin and numbered in the lower left. (from the numbered edition of 50) This print is a part of Expedition to the Holy Land portfolio, which was created in 1983. The portfolio consists of 15 prints, each in an edition of 50. It was printed at Burston Graphic Centre, Jerusalem and published by Joshua Gessel. Penck visited parts of Israel and its occupied territories in January 1983 as a guest of the publisher and collector Joshua Gessel. Gessel had initially invited several European artists to undertake a project involving travel and creative work and Penck was the only artist amongst those approached who eventually accepted the proposal. The portfolio Expedition to the Holy Land' comprises 15 prints in all, three each in the following techniques: drypoint engraving, black and white lithography, color lithography, aquatint etching and screenprinting. The various techniques used allowed Penck to approach the experience of his visit in a number of different ways. For example, the screenprints deal with Israel's political situation as it stood while Penck was there. The color lithographs concentrate on the landscape itself and its geological structure, while the black and white lithographs, in contrast, reveal Penck's personal reactions to works of sculpture that interested him on this visit. The aquatint etchings are more abstract, exploring black and white contrasts and personal symbolism and, finally, the drypoint engravings are, in essence, travel sketches, crowded with detail and often presenting several layers of narrative imagery in various scales. Size: 29 x 41 (75 x 105cm)"


 
Lot 21

TABO TORAL (PANAMANIAN/AMERICAN 1950)

Estimate: 350 -250
Price:

Silksceen print on paper hand signed by Tabo Toral in pencil on the image, center right. Numbered 83 from the edition of 100 in pencil on the image, center right. The print was published in 1987. Size: 23 x 30 (58.5 x 77.5cm)


 
Lot 22

YAACOV AGAM (ISRAELI, 1928)

Estimate: 800 -500
Price:

Original color serigraph hand signed by Yaacov Agama in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 163 from the edition of 180 in pencil in the lower left margin (163/180). Size: 23 x 26 (59.5 x 67cm)


 
Lot 23

YAACOV AGAM (ISRAELI, 1928)

Estimate: 800 -500
Price:

"Original color serigraph hand signed by Yaacov Agama in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 107 from the edition of 180 in pencil in the lower left margin (107/180). Size: 22 x 25 (58 x 64cm) "


 
Lot 24

YAACOV AGAM (ISRAELI, 1928)

Estimate: 800 -500
Price:

Original color serigraph with cutouts laid on top of the golden foil, hand signed by Yaacov Agama in pencil in the lower right margin. Numbered 120 from the edition of 180 in pencil in the lower left margin (120/180). Size: 23 x 26 (58.5 x 66cm)


 
Lot 26

A. LIESENDAHL

Estimate: 200 -150
Price:

"Ink and watercolor on paper, signed A. Liesendahl at the lower right. Size: 15 x 22 (38 x 56cm) "