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Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
100.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 4 1/8 x 2 3/8 inches (115 x 60 mm). This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.

There is printed text both above and beneath the woodcut.
Wilhelm Wessel original etching
Wilhelm Wessel original etching for Paroles Peintes
100.00

Medium: original color etching. Executed in 1965 for the deluxe limited edition "Paroles Peintes II" portfolio, published in Paris by Lazar-Vernet. This magnificent, rich impression is one of 150 printed on Johannot wove paper. The full sheet measures 14 3/4 x 11 inches (375 x 285 mm). Not signed.
Robert Wogensky original etching
Robert Wogensky original etching for Paroles Peintes
100.00

Medium: original etching. Executed in 1965 for the deluxe limited edition "Paroles Peintes II" portfolio, published in Paris by Lazar-Vernet. This magnificent, rich impression is one of 150 printed on Johannot wove paper. The full sheet measures 14 3/4 x 11 inches (375 x 285 mm). Not signed.
Franz Edmund Weirotter original etching "A Cottage"
Franz Edmund Weirotter original etching "A Cottage"
150.00

Medium: original etching. Published in London in 1868 for P. G. Hamerton's Etching and Etchers. This impression on laid paper was printed from Weirotter's original plate. Plate size: 3 7/8 x 7 1/8 inches; 98 x 182mm. Not signed.
James Whistler lithograph "A Venetian Canal" 1905
James Whistler lithograph "A Venetian Canal" 1905
150.00

Medium: lithograph (after the pastel). The lithography was executed by Whistler's friend and fellow artist Thomas Way, and published in London by The Studio in 1905 for a now quite rare deluxe portfolio. Printed on smooth wove paper, the lithograph measures 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches. The lithograph is presented as originally published: tipped onto a brown backing sheet, which is itself tipped onto a stiff antique paperboard. Not signed.

Condition: the backboard has wear and staining, not affecting the lithograph.
James Whistler lithograph "Bead-Stringers, Venice" 1905
James Whistler lithograph "Bead-Stringers, Venice" 1905
150.00

Medium: lithograph (after the pastel). The lithography was executed by Whistler's friend and fellow artist Thomas Way, and published in London by The Studio in 1905 for a now quite rare deluxe portfolio. Printed on smooth wove paper, the lithograph measures 9 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches. This piece is in fine condition as originally published: tipped onto a brown backing sheet, which is itself tipped onto a stiff antique paperboard. Signed in the plate (not by hand).
James Whistler lithograph "The Old Marble Hall, Venice" 1905
James Whistler lithograph "The Old Marble Hall, Venice" 1905
150.00

Medium: lithograph (after the pastel). The lithography was executed by Whistler's friend and fellow artist Thomas Way, and published in London by The Studio in 1905 for a now quite rare deluxe portfolio. Printed on smooth wove paper, the lithograph measures 9 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches. The lithograph is presented as originally published: tipped onto a brown backing sheet, which is itself tipped onto a stiff antique paperboard. Signed in the plate, not hand-signed.

Condition: the backboard has wear and staining, not affecting the lithograph.
Paul Wunderlich original lithograph XXe Siecle 1977
Paul Wunderlich original lithograph
150.00

Medium: original lithograph. Executed in 1977 for XXe Siecle (No. 77) and printed in Paris. Sheet size 12 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches (310 x 235mm). Not signed.
Georges Gobo original etching "Herman Armour Webster original etching "La place de l'hopital a Strasbourg""
Herman Armour Webster original etching "La place de l'hopital a Strasbourg"
150.00

Medium: original etching. Published in Paris in 1920 for Gazette des Beaux-Arts. This is a fine impression on laid paper. Plate size: 6 1/2 x 5 7/8 inches (165 x 149 mm). Signed by Herman Armour Webster in the plate (not by hand).
Benjamin West "The Last Supper" engraving
Benjamin West "The Last Supper" engraving
150.00

Medium: engraving (engraved by Thomas Ryder after the Benjamin West painting). This magnificent print was published in London in 1797 by John and Josiah Boydell. The image is 16 1/2 x 23 inches and the full sheet measures 19 1/2 x 25 inches.

Condition: foxing, stains and creasing throughout; edge wear and a few tears to the margin; also a few spots near the top of the engraving with holes worn through the paper. Due to its imperfect condition this rare print is offered at a very attractive price.
Andy Warhol lithograph multiple construction "Accordian"
Andy Warhol lithograph multiple "Accordian"
200.00

This is a three-dimensional paper construction mounted onto a double-page photolithograph; when the folded sheet is opened the construction pops up. Created by Andy Warhol and published in 1967 by Black Star for Andy Warhol's Index Book, an absurd and revolutionary volume designed as "a children’s book for hipsters". Size: 10 3/4 x 16 x 2 inches (275 x 400 x 45 mm). Not signed. A classic Warhol work of Pop Art from his Factory period, at the height of the New York psychedelic scene.
Anthonie Waterloo original etching "Traveller Near a Wood"
Anthonie Waterloo original etching "Traveller Near a Wood"
200.00

Medium: original etching. Catalogue reference: B53 iii/iii. Published in London in 1868 for the rare first volume of P. G. Hamerton's "Etching and Etchers". This impression on laid paper was printed from the original Anthonie Waterloo plate. Plate size: 4 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches; 117 x 145mm. Not signed.
Paul Wunderlich original lithograph "Bubble Gum"
Paul Wunderlich original lithograph "Bubble Gum"
200.00

Medium: original lithograph in nine colors. Catalogue reference W-246. Printed in Paris in 1968 by Mourlot and published by Berggruen for the cover of their exhibition catalogue "Maitres-Graveurs Contemporains". Sheet size: 8 5/8 x 9 3/8 inches (220 x 238mm), with the natural center fold in the middle. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

This whimsical piece is an icon from the 60's, during a time of growing Western fascination with Indian culture, with The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and other celebrities traveling to India seeking spiritual enlightenment.

Condition: as this was the actual cover, there is wear around the edges, some creasing and a tear near the top edge (repaired).
James Whistler lithograph "The Blue Girl"
James Whistler lithograph "The Blue Girl" 1905
200.00

Medium: lithograph (after the pastel). The lithography was executed by Whistler's friend and fellow artist Thomas Way, and published in London by The Studio in 1905 for a now quite rare deluxe portfolio. Printed on smooth wove paper, the lithograph measures 8 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches. This piece is in fine condition as originally published: tipped onto a brown backing sheet, which is itself tipped onto a stiff antique paperboard. Not signed.
Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
200.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 4 1/2 x 2 1/8 inches (113 x 54 mm). There is poetry text printed on the back side, as issued. This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.
Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
200.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 4 1/4 x 2 inches (107 x 50 mm). There is poetry text printed on the back side, as issued. This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.
Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
200.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 4 1/4 x 2 inches (107 x 50 mm). There is poetry text printed on the back side, as issued. This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.
Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
200.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 2 x 4 1/4 inches (50 x 107 mm). There is poetry text printed above the woodcut and on the back side, as issued. This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.
Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
200.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 4 1/4 x 2 inches (109 x 50 mm). There is poetry text printed on the back side, as issued. This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.
Max Weber original woodcut for Primitives
Max Weber woodcut for Primitives, 1926
200.00

Medium: woodcut. Executed by Max Weber in 1926 for his art and poetry project "Primitives", published in New York in a limited edition of 350. The image measures 4 1/4 x 2 inches (107 x 50 mm). There is poetry text printed on the back side, as issued. This impression in brown ink on handmade wove paper is signed in pencil with the initials "M. W." It is not certain if this is the artist's own signature.
Aloys Ludwig Wach original woodcut Landschaft mit Frauen
Aloys Ludwig Wach original woodcut "Landschaft mit Frauen"
200.00

Medium: original woodcut. The title means "Landscape with Women". Printed in 1920 for the German Expressionist art revue Das Kunstblatt, published in Berlin by Verlag Gustav Kiepenheuer. The total sheet measures 10 3/4 x 8 inches (275 x 200 mm); the image measures 5 3/4 x 7 inches (143 x 175 mm). An impression of this same original print can be found in the permanent collection of MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) in New York. Not signed.
James Whistler lithograph "Sunset, Venice" 1905
James Whistler lithograph "Sunset: Venice"
200.00

Medium: lithograph (after the pastel). The lithography was executed by Whistler's friend and fellow artist Thomas Way, and published in London by The Studio. Printed on smooth wove paper, the lithograph measures 5 x 9 1/4 inches. This piece is in fine condition as originally published: tipped onto a support sheet (there is some age-toning to the support sheet). Not signed.
Julian Alden Weir original etching "Petite fille
Julian Alden Weir original etching "Petite fille"
200.00

Medium: original etching and drypoint. Catalogue reference: Sanchez and Seydoux 1911-11. Printed in Paris and published in 1911 by Gazette des Beaux Arts. Plate size: 4 5/8 x 3 3/4 inches (120 x 95 mm). A good impression on wove paper. Not signed.
Andy Warhol lithograph Hunts Tomato Paste
Andy Warhol lithograph multiple "Hunts Tomato Paste" 1967
300.00

This is a three-dimensional paper construction mounted onto a double-page photolithograph; when the folded sheet is opened the construction pops up. Created by Andy Warhol and published in 1967 by Black Star for Andy Warhol's Index Book, an absurd and revolutionary volume designed as "a children’s book for hipsters". Size: 10 3/4 x 16 x 4 inches (275 x 400 x 105 mm). Not signed.

A classic work of Pop Art from Warhol's Factory period, at the height of the New York psychedelic scene. The photos show two different views (photographed against a white background).

Condition: there is soiling to the left section of the support sheet near the edge; the pop-up paper can is in good condition and fully functioning.
Andy Warhol lithograph multiple construction Nose
Andy Warhol lithograph multiple "Nose"
300.00

This is a photolithograph of a nose (probably Warhol's own nose) with a movable pink paper cut-out overlaid on top, and several movable rainbow-colored segments overlaid on top of that. Created by Andy Warhol and published in 1967 by Black Star for Andy Warhol's Index Book, an absurd and revolutionary volume designed as "a children’s book for hipsters". Size: 10 3/4 x 24 inches (275 x 605 mm).

Published as a folded sheet with two center folds, and the Andy Warhol stamped signature on back (most likely printed on a printing press, not rubber stamped). A classic work of Pop Art from the Factory period, at the height of the New York psychedelic scene.
Thomas Waterman Wood "His Own Doctor" original etching
Thomas Waterman Wood "His Own Doctor" original etching
300.00

Medium: original etching. Published in 1883 for a deluxe portfolio of American etchings, this is a fine, dark impression on wove paper. Size: 11 1/2 X 7 5/8 inches (plate); the full sheet measures 18 x 13 1/2 inches. Signed by Thomas Waterman Wood in the plate (not by hand).
James Whistler etching Portrait de ma Mere | Whistler's Mother
James Whistler etching "Portrait de ma Mere" | Whistler's Mother
300.00

Medium: etching (etched by Henri Guerard after Whistler's iconic painting). Printed in Paris by Eudes and published in ca.1883 by Gazette des Beaux Arts. Image size: 5 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches (143 x 165 mm) on laid paper. Signed in the plate, not by hand.

The Gazette des Beaux Arts was a Parisian art revue founded in 1859. From a print collector's point of view, it is much treasured for the etchings and lithographs published during the 19th Century and early years of the 20th Century.
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Tarmac"
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Tarmac"
300.00

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference: Colnaghi 137. Published in London in 1921 by Herbert Furst at the Little Art Rooms for inclusion in the "Modern Woodcutters 4" volume, now very rare, which showcased original Edward Wadsworth woodcuts. This impression was printed on Basingwerk Parchment wove paper by Walter Bradley at the Morland Press. The image measures 4 x 5 3/4 inches. The title of the piece is printed by the publisher in the margin beneath the image. Not signed.
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Townscape"
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Townscape"
300.00

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference: Colnaghi 139. Published in London in 1921 by Herbert Furst at the Little Art Rooms for inclusion in the "Modern Woodcutters 4" volume, now very rare, which showcased original Edward Wadsworth woodcuts. This impression was printed on Basingwerk Parchment wove paper by Walter Bradley at the Morland Press. The image measures 4 1/4 x 3 3/4 inches. The title of the piece is printed by the publisher in the margin beneath the image. Not signed.
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Yorkshire"
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Yorkshire"
300.00

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference: Colnaghi 140. Published in London in 1921 by Herbert Furst at the Little Art Rooms for inclusion in the "Modern Woodcutters 4" volume, now very rare, which showcased original Edward Wadsworth woodcuts. This impression was printed on Basingwerk Parchment wove paper by Walter Bradley at the Morland Press. The image measures 4 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches. The title of the piece is printed by the publisher in the margin beneath the image. Not signed.
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Landscape: West Riding"
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Landscape: West Riding"
300.00

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference: Colnaghi 138. Published in London in 1921 by Herbert Furst at the Little Art Rooms for inclusion in the "Modern Woodcutters 4" volume, now very rare, which showcased original Edward Wadsworth woodcuts. This impression was printed on Basingwerk Parchment wove paper by Walter Bradley at the Morland Press. The image measures 2 1/2 x 4 inches. The title of the piece is printed by the publisher in the margin beneath the image. Not signed.
Andy Warhol lithograph Hunts Tomato Paste
Andy Warhol lithograph multiple "We're Attacked Constantly" 1967
300.00

This is a three-dimensional paper construction mounted onto a double-page photolithograph; when the folded sheet is opened the construction pops up. Created by Andy Warhol and published in 1967 by Black Star for Andy Warhol's Index Book, an absurd and revolutionary volume designed as "a children’s book for hipsters". Size: 10 3/4 x 16 3/4 x 9 inches (275 x 425 x 220 mm). A classic work of Pop Art from Warhol's Factory period, at the height of the New York psychedelic scene. This is a complicated piece and the photos show different views (photographed against a white background). Not signed.

Condition: there are three rows of pop-ups (the large castle in back and two smaller rows of pop-ups in front). All three sections are intact without damage but may need a little help to remain standing vertically. There is some creasing to the bottom support sheet.


Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Portrait of a Boy (Rupert Doone)"
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Portrait of a Boy (Rupert Doone)"
350.00

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference: Colnaghi 142. Published in London in 1921 by Herbert Furst at the Little Art Rooms for inclusion in the "Modern Woodcutters 4" volume, now very rare, which showcased original Edward Wadsworth woodcuts. This impression was printed on Basingwerk Parchment wove paper by Walter Bradley at the Morland Press. The image measures 7 x 3 inches. The title of the piece is printed by the publisher in the margin beneath the image. Not signed.
Tom Wesselmann Olympic poster 1972
Tom Wesselmann original serigraph Olympic poster 1972
350.00

Medium: original serigraph / silkscreen. Executed by Tom Wesselmann for the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, and printed in 1970 in advance preparation by Kroll Siebdruck of West Germany. A number of important artists contributed posters for this project; unfortunately, the 1972 Olympics are now largely remembered for the violence which overshadowed the Games. Size: 40 x 25 inches (1020 x 640 mm). Signed in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: there is minor wear to the edges of the sheet and some soiling to the printed surface.
James Whistler lithograph Firelight a Portrait of Joseph Pennell
James Whistler original lithograph "Firelight: Portrait of Joseph Pennell"
400.00

Medium: original transfer lithograph. Catalogue reference: Way 104. Executed in 1896 and issued in 1898 as the frontispiece in "Lithography and Lithographers" by Joseph Pennell; this is one of the compositions drawn by Whistler on lithographic transfer paper. It is a portrait of Whistler's friend and fellow artist Joseph Pennell. This impression is printed on laid paper, bearing the watermark of a figure holding a banner while balancing on a ball. The image measures 6 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches; the total sheet is 13 3/4 x 9 5/8 inches. Signed in the stone with the Whistler butterfly monogram (not signed by hand).
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Head (Rupert Doone)"
Edward Wadsworth original woodcut "Head (Rupert Doone)"
400.00

Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference: Colnaghi 144. Published in London in 1921 by Herbert Furst at the Little Art Rooms for inclusion in the "Modern Woodcutters 4" volume, now very rare, which showcased original Edward Wadsworth woodcuts. This impression was printed on Basingwerk Parchment wove paper by Walter Bradley at the Morland Press. The image measures 5 1/2 x 3 inches. The title of the piece is printed by the publisher in the margin beneath the image. Not signed.
Tom Wesselmann original lithograph
Tom Wesselmann original lithograph
500.00

Medium: original lithograph (in two sections). Published in 1964 by Eberhard Kornfeld for 1 Cent Life, from the unsigned edition of 2000. Sheet size 16 x 22 3/4 inches (408 x 580mm). There is poetry text (composed by Walasse Ting) beneath the image and on verso, as issued.

Note: this work was printed on two separate sheets which join together. Not signed.

This original classic Wesselmann print is from the famous "1 Cent Life" book/portfolio, published in 1964 by E. W. Kornfeld, in a limited edition of 2000. The lithography was executed by Maurice Beaudet, of Paris. 1 Cent Life was a monumental undertaking-- a revolutionary Pop Art and poetry project organized by Walasse Ting and Sam Francis. Among the artists who contributed original lithographs to this project were Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Pierre Alechinsky, Asger Jorn, Mel Ramos, Jim Dine, Tom Wesselmann, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, Karel Appel, Antonio Saura, James Rosenquist, Alan Davie, Sam Francis, and Walasse Ting.
J. M. W. Turner | John Cother Webb mezzotint "Regulus leaving Carthage"
J. M. W. Turner | John Cother Webb mezzotint "Regulus leaving Carthage"
500.00

Medium: mezzotint. Executed by John Cother Webb after the J. M. W. Turner painting and signed in pencil by John Cother Webb. Printed on chine-collé paper (china paper mounted by the publisher onto a heavy wove paper support sheet) and published in London in 1924 by The Museum Galleries; with the publisher's blindstamp in the margin. Image size: 13 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches. Plate size: 16 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches. Sheet size: 21 1/2 x 27 inches.

Condition: there is age-toning to the paper, and a mat stain in the margin. Laid down (mounted) many years ago onto a paperboard backing, although the glue seems to have been applied only along the edges of the sheet, not in the area of the image.
Tom Wesselmann original lithograph
Tom Wesselmann original lithograph
500.00

Medium: original lithograph (in two sections). Published in 1964 by Eberhard Kornfeld for 1 Cent Life, from the unsigned edition of 2000. Sheet size 16 x 22 3/4 inches (408 x 580mm). There is poetry text (composed by Walasse Ting) beneath the image and on verso, as issued.

Note: this work was printed on two separate sheets which join together. Not signed.

This original classic Wesselmann print is from the famous "1 Cent Life" book/portfolio, published in 1964 by E. W. Kornfeld, in a limited edition of 2000. The lithography was executed by Maurice Beaudet, of Paris. 1 Cent Life was a monumental undertaking-- a revolutionary Pop Art and poetry project organized by Walasse Ting and Sam Francis. Among the artists who contributed original lithographs to this project were Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Pierre Alechinsky, Asger Jorn, Mel Ramos, Jim Dine, Tom Wesselmann, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, Karel Appel, Antonio Saura, James Rosenquist, Alan Davie, Sam Francis, and Walasse Ting.
Whistler Little White Girl Symphony in White
James Whistler mezzotint "The Little White Girl"
850.00

Medium: mezzotint (engraved by Clifford James after the famous Whistler painting). "The Little White Girl" is also known as "Symphony in White No. 2". This is a portrait of Joanna Hiffernan, the beautiful Irish model who was Whistler's mistress from 1860-66. Signed in pencil by the engraver Clifford James, this exquisite mezzotint was printed and published in 1922, after which the plate was destroyed. The image size is 18 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches and the plate size is 19 5/8 x 12 7/8 inches. The sheet measures 22 x 14 1/2 inches.

Condition: the outer margins have been trimmed slightly, not affecting the image. Also, there is aging and discoloration where the old mat had lain (partially inside the platemark) and two spots on the model's dress.