Lot 409

Chalk on Paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin"

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Chalk on paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin. SIZE: 30 x 21 (76 x 55 cm).


 
Lot 410

Chalk on Paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin"

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Chalk on paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin. SIZE: 30 x 21 (76 x 55 cm).


 
Lot 411

Chalk on Paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin"

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Chalk on paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin. SIZE: 30 x 21 (76 x 55 cm).


 
Lot 412

Chalk on Paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin"

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Chalk on paper. Signed Amaryllis Wrinkled Satin. SIZE: 30 x 21 (76 x 55 cm).


 
Lot 413

1983 German Aquatint Etching signed by A.R. Penck

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

"Aquatint etching printed on Arches paper. Hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil and numbered (from the edition of 50). This print is a part of the 1983 ìExpedition to the Holy Landî portfolio. 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 ëExpedition 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 screen-printing. 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 at that time. 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 Ωî x 41 Ωî (75 x 105cm)."


 
Lot 414

1983 German Aquatint Etching signed by A.R. Penck

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

"Aquatint etching printed on Arches paper. Hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil and numbered (from the edition of 50). This print is a part of the 1983 ìExpedition to the Holy Landî portfolio. 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 ëExpedition 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 screen-printing. 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 at that time. 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 Ωî x 41 Ωî (75 x 105cm)."


 
Lot 415

1983 German Aquatint Etching signed by A.R. Penck

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

"Aquatint etching printed on Arches paper. Hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil and numbered (from the edition of 50). This print is a part of the 1983 ìExpedition to the Holy Landî portfolio. 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 ëExpedition 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 screen-printing. 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 at that time. 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 Ωî x 41 Ωî (75 x 105cm)."


 
Lot 416

1983 German Aquatint Etching signed by A.R. Penck

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

"Aquatint etching printed on Arches paper. Hand signed by A.R. Penck in pencil and numbered (from the edition of 50). This print is a part of the 1983 ìExpedition to the Holy Landî portfolio. 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 ëExpedition 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 screen-printing. 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 at that time. 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 Ωî x 41 Ωî (75 x 105cm)."


 
Lot 417

Color Serigraph signed Yaacov Agam (Israel ,1928)

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original color serigraph signed by Yaacov Agama and numbered in pencil. Number 163 from the edition of 180 (163/180). SIZE: 23 Ωî x 26 Ωî (59.5 x 67cm).


 
Lot 418

1971 Italian Screenprint signed by Eugenio Carmi

Estimate: 300 -350
Result:

Original color screenprint from Chromo Cynclasma series, hand signed by Eugenio Carmi and numbered in pencil. Number 136 from the edition of 200 (136/200). Published in 1971. Framed. SIZE: 20.75 x 31.25 (52.7 x79.4 cm).


 
Lot 419

1971 Italian Screenprint signed by Eugenio Carmi

Estimate: 300 -350
Result:

Original color screenprint from Chromo Cynclasma series, hand signed by Eugenio Carmi and numbered in pencil. Number 136 from the edition of 200 (136/200). Published in 1971. Framed. SIZE: 20.75 x 31.25 (52.7 x79.4 cm).


 
Lot 420

1989 Russian Oil Painting signed by G. Tkacheff

Estimate: 300 -350
Result:

Oil painting on canvas. Signed by Russian artist G. Tkacheff. Unframed. SIZE: 27 Ωî x 19 æî (70 x 50 cm).


 
Lot 421

20th C. Silkscreen Print signed by Oscar DeMejo

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original silkscreen print, hand signed by American/Italian artist Oscar DeMejo (1911-1993). Number 97 from the edition of 200 in pencil (97/200). SIZE: 23 x 29 (58.5 x 74).


 
Lot 422

20th C. Silkscreen Print signed by Oscar DeMejo

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original silkscreen print, hand signed by American/Italian artist Oscar DeMejo (1911-1993). Number 64 from the edition of 200 (64/200). SIZE: 23 x 29 (58.5 x 74).


 
Lot 423

20th C. Silkscreen Print signed by Oscar DeMejo

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original silkscreen print, hand signed by American/Italian artist Oscar DeMejo (1911-1993). Number 97 from the edition of 200 (97/200). SIZE: 23 x 29 (58.5 x 74).


 
Lot 424

1987 Silkscreen Print signed by Tabo Toral

Estimate: 100 -120
Result:

Silksceen print on paper hand signed by Panamanian/American Tabo Toral. Number 83 from the edition of 100 in pencil on image center right (83/100). Published in 1987. SIZE: 23î x 30 Ωî (58.5 x 77.5cm).


 
Lot 425

1973 Original Color Serigraph by Eugenio Carmi

Estimate: 300 -330
Result:

Original color screenprint Cerchio Magico, hand signed by Eugenio Carmi in pencil in the lower right margin. Number 34 from the edition of 150 (34/150). Published in 1973 on C.M. Fabriano 100/100 cotton paper. SIZE: 36 X 24 (91.5 x 61 cm).


 
Lot 426

1967 American Color Lithograph by William Gropper

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original color lithograph in olive ink hand signed by American artist William Gropper (1897-1977). Number 6 from the edition of 20 (6/20). Published in 1967 on Arches paper. SIZE: 22 x 30 (56 x 76 cm).


 
Lot 427

1967 American Color Lithograph by William Gropper

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original color lithograph in olive ink hand signed by American artist William Gropper (1897-1977). Number 6 from the edition of 20 (6/20). Published in 1967 on Arches paper. SIZE: 22 x 30 (56 x 76 cm).


 
Lot 428

1967 American Color Lithograph by William Gropper

Estimate: 250 -270
Result:

Original color lithograph in olive ink hand signed by American artist William Gropper (1897-1977). Number 6 from the edition of 20 (6/20). Published in 1967 on Arches paper. SIZE: 22 x 30 (56 x 76 cm).


 
Lot 429

Watercolor on Paper signed by Grinblat

Estimate: 270 -300
Result:

Watercolor on paper. Signature by artist Grinblat found on lower right corner. SIZE: 35 Ωî x 24 Ωî (90 x 62 cm).


 
Lot 430

Watercolor on Paper signed by Grinblat

Estimate: 300 -330
Result:

Watercolor on paper. Signature by artist Grinblat found on lower left corner. SIZE: 35 Ωî x 24 Ωî (90 x 62 cm).


 
Lot 431

20th C. Two Spanish Paintings in Charcoal & Pastel

Estimate: 160 -170
Result:

Two spanish original paintings signed by artist. Painting in charcoal & pastel on paper. SIZE: 25 Ωî x 19 æî (65 x 50 cm).


 
Lot 432

Watercolor on Paper signed by Grinblat

Estimate: 75 -80
Result:

Watercolor on paper. Signature by artist Grinblat found on lower right corner. SIZE: 19 Ωî x 16î (49 x 40 cm).


 
Lot 433

20th C. Two Spanish Paintings in Charcoal & Pastel

Estimate: 160 -170
Result:

Two spanish original paintings signed by artist. Painting in charcoal and pastels on paper. SIZE: 25 Ωî x 19 æî (65 x 50 cm).