Email: info@affordableart101.com Phone: 702-250-1094




Home > New Items

New Arrivals of Affordable Artwork

New Inventory was added on: March 14, 2017

Just in: art by Fernand Leger, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Georges Braque, Jasper Johns, Salvador Dali, Auguste Herbin, Hans Hartung, Max Ernst, Gino Severini, John Joseph Wardell Power, Louis Marcoussis, Marc Chagall, Robert Indiana, Thomas Gainsborough, Paul Klee, Henri Laurens, Jean Dubuffet, Sonia Delaunay, Bernard Buffet and Paul Cezanne.


BOOKMARK THIS PAGE to add us to your favorites and check every week to see the newest acquisitions!

Sort By:
Page of 2
Marc Chagall Twelve Tribes of Israel lithographs - Set of 12 Works
1,500.00
Chagall lithographs Twelve Tribes of Israel
Medium: lithographs (after the gouaches). A beautiful collection of lithographs, from the final designs for the Jerusalem Windows, executed by Chagall in preparation for his famous stained-glass windows at the Synagogue at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in the Judaean Hills. A different composition was created for each of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Each image measures 11 5/8 x 8 1/2 inches (295 x 215mm) and the full sheet size is 12 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches (326 x 243 mm). The designs were transferred to the lithographic stones by Charles Sorlier under the direction of Marc Chagall and these lithographs were printed in Paris at the Mourlot studio in 1962. Not signed.

Condition: there is minor age-toning to the margins.
Marc Chagall original Bible lithograph "Paradise"
1,500.00
Marc Chagall "Paradise" original Bible lithograph
Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference M 233. This beautiful color lithograph was printed by Mourlot and published in Paris by Teriade for Verve in 1960 for a special edition devoted exclusively to Chagall's original Bible lithographs. Verve was founded in 1937 to showcase original lithographs by the leading artists of the day, with outstanding technical quality. Size: 13 3/4 x 10 1/4 inches (350 x 260 mm). Not signed. This piece is one of the most sought after of all the Chagall Bible lithographs.
Fernand Leger original lithograph "La Femme au Miroir"
1,250.00
Fernand Leger original lithograph La Femme au Miroir
Medium: original lithograph. This was Fernand Leger's first lithograph and an important contribution to the Cubist art movement. It is listed as entry number 1 in the Lawrence Saphire catalogue raisonne of the Complete Graphic Work of Leger. This impression on a light brown parchment style wove paper was printed in Germany in 1920 for Das Kunstblatt, a German Expressionist art revue that also explored Cubism and other modernist art trends and included this gem of a Cubist print. The image measures 9 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches (242 x 198 mm); the total sheet measures 10 7/8 x 8 1/4 inches (275 x 209 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. Signed in the stone; not hand-signed.

Condition: there is a crease in the margin near the bottom left corner (not affecting the image). Very scarce.
Max Beckmann "Tanzende" (Dancing) original woodcut
1,250.00
Max Beckmann Tanzende original woodcut
Medium: original woodcut. A lovely German Expressionist composition depicting two dancers. Catalogue reference: Hofmaier 228 B. Printed in Germany in 1922 for the rare Ganymed portfolio of "Das vierte Jahrbuch der Marees Gesellschaft", published in Munich by Marees-Gesellschaft, R. Piper & Co. and printed by Wolf & Sohn, of Munich. This impression is from the unsigned edition printed on laid paper. The image measures 7 1/8 x 4 inches (180 x 103 mm); the total sheet measures 10 7/8 x 7 3/4 inches (275 x 195 mm). This piece is in the permanent collection of MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art). An important German Expressionist print offered at an attractive price. Not signed.

Condition: this Max Beckmann woodcut is in good condition; with only minor age-toning to the paper. There is a slight wave in the paper but in true life it is not nearly so obvious as it appears in the photo.
Joan Miro original pochoir "Femme et Oiseaux dans la Nuit" 1947
1,000.00
Joan Miro "Femme et Oiseaux dans la Nuit" 1949
Woman and Birds in the Night
Medium: original pochoir stencil print in four colors. Catalogue reference: Dupin 50. Published in 1947 in an edition of 1500 by Curt Valentin for the very rare album "The Prints of Joan Miro". The English title of this piece is "Woman and Birds in the Night". The publisher's inscription is printed on verso, which authenticates the print. Sheet size: 11 x 8 1/4 inches (278 x 210 mm). Not signed (this is the only edition and none were signed). A very nice impression in fresh color on cream wove paper.
Max Ernst "Elektra" original lithograph, 1939 first edition
850.00
Max Ernst "Elektra" original lithograph, 1939 first edition
Medium: original lithograph. Published by San Lazzaro in 1939 for XXe Siecle (No. 5-6). A later edition was issued by XXe Siecle in 1959, but this is the original, first edition Max Ernst print. Sheet size 12 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 245 mm). Signed and titled in the stone (not by hand).

Condition note: there are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this piece.
Marc Chagall Twelve Tribes of Israel lithographs - Set of 12 Works
750.00
Chagall lithographs Twelve Tribes of Israel
Medium: lithographs (after the watercolors). A beautiful collection of lithographs, from the watercolor studies for the Jerusalem Windows, executed by Chagall in preparation for his famous stained-glass windows at the Synagogue at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in the Judaean Hills. A different design was created for each of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Each image measures 8 x 6 inches (203 x 150 mm) and the full sheet size is 12 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches (326 x 243 mm). The designs were transferred to the lithographic stones by Charles Sorlier under the direction of Marc Chagall and these lithographs were printed in Paris at the Mourlot studio in 1962. There is a different composition printed on the back side of the sheet, as issued. Not signed.
Jasper Johns "Target 1970" original offset lithograph and mixed media multiple
600.00
Jasper Johns lithograph, Target 1970, Gemini
Medium: original offset lithograph and mixed media collage and multiple. Catalogue reference: Gemini 276. Executed in 1971; this impression was published by Gemini G.E.L. the same year. Size: 10 3/8 x 8 3/8 inches (262 x 213 mm). This multiple consists of a real paintbrush and three actual watercolor paint cakes mounted onto a two-color offset lithograph. Jasper Johns invites you to collaborate with him and complete the work, creating your own version of his Target. Signed in the image (not by hand).

Condition: in better condition usual for this piece, with the paintbrush still intact. Originally mounted inside a hinged white plastic clamshell case, the collage has become detached from the case (both the case and the Gemini "Technics and Creativity" catalog that was presented with this art work are included in the sale). A vintage Pop Art classic, and one of the few examples of Jasper Johns "Target 1970" that still survive.
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
500.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
500.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
500.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Paul Cezanne pochoir "Baigneurs et baigneuses"
500.00
Paul Cezanne pochoir Baigneurs et baigneuses
Medium: pochoir (after the watercolor). This beautiful pochoir was printed in Paris in 1971 at the atelier Daniel Jacomet in an edition of 225. This impression was printed on Arches wove paper and measures 7 3/4 x 10 inches (195 x 252 mm). It is tipped (mounted by the publisher along the top edge) onto a larger support sheet and bears the Daniel Jacomet stamp on the reverse. Not signed.
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
400.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 7 x 4 1/4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Jean Dubuffet original lithograph "La Pochade"
400.00
Jean Dubuffet original lithograph La Pochade
Medium: original lithograph. A superb, richly inked impression on Arches paper, printed in 1968 for the Jean Dubuffet exhibition at Galerie La Pochade. This impression was printed for the deluxe edition, before the issue of the standard poster edition. The full sheet size is 26 x 21 inches (660 x 535 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is some creasing in the margin at the top left corner of the sheet.
Paul Klee large pochoir "Jardin Exotique"
400.00
Paul Klee pochoir Jardin Exotique
Medium: pochoir (after the watercolor). Printed in Paris at the atelier of pochoir master Daniel Jacomet (the date of printing is unknown). The image size is 18 1/2 inches x 14 1/2 inches (470 x 365) and the full sheet measures 24 x 19 inches. Not signed.
Joan Miro original lithograph for Peintres-graveurs contemporains, 1970
400.00
Joan Miro lithograph
Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue references: Cramer 132, Maeght 682. A richly inked impression on cream wove paper printed by Mourlot in 1970. Intended for the wrap-around cover of the Heinz Berggruen catalogue entitled "Peintres-graveurs contemporains", this proof was never folded or trimmed to fit the book. The full sheet size is 9 3/8 x 10 1/2 inches (238 x 268 mm). Not signed. A lucky find in far superior condition than is normal with this lithograph.
Gino Severini original linocut, 1939
400.00
Gino Severini original linocut 1939
Medium: original linoleum cut. This linocut by Italian Futurist Gino Severini is a much sought-after piece from the rare XXe Siecle (issue No. 5-6). Published in Paris by San Lazzaro in 1939. Sheet size 12 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 245 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition note: there are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this piece.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Seducers"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Seducers
Inferno - plate 15
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 1/4 inches (252 x 184 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "Manto"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Manto
Inferno - plate 33
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The full sheet measures 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "Our Lady of the Annunciation"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Our Lady of
the Annunciation
Purgatory - plate 10
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 1/4 inches (255 x 187 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Simoniac"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Simoniac
Inferno - plate 26
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 1/4 inches (255 x 185 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "Mohammed"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy Mohammed
Inferno - plate 29
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 inches (258 x 173 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Minotaur"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Minotaur
Inferno - plate 12
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 9 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches (245 x 188 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "News of the Limbos"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy News of the Limbos
Inferno - plate 4
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 inches (250 x 175 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy woodblock engraving "The Avaricious and the Prodigal"
350.00
Salvador Dali Divine Comedy The Avaricious and
the Prodigal
Inferno - plate 7
Medium: woodblock engraving. During the 1950's Salvador Dali was commissioned by the Italian Government to illustrate The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Dali created 101 watercolors to represent scenes from Dante's travels through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. However, the extravagantly surrealistic art works were not well received by the Italian public at the time and the government canceled the project. Fortunately, French publisher Joseph Foret was interested and work began on the engraving of woodblocks, chosen as the best medium to represent the nuances of Dali's compositions into print format. The woodblocks were destroyed after printing. This impression was beautifully printed on BFK Rives wove paper and issued in 1964 by Les Heures Claires in a total edition of 4765. The image measures 10 x 7 inches (255 x 178 mm) with full original margins; the full sheet measuring 13 x 10 1/4 inches (330 x 263 mm). The Divine Comedy is held to be one of Dali's masterpieces and the artist himself considered this series to be among his most important works. A rich, magnificent impression. Not signed.

Condition: there are a few spots of foxing.
Robert Indiana LOVE serigraph
350.00
Robert Indiana LOVE silkscreen
Medium: serigraph / silkscreen (after the original). Printed in Germany in 1971 by Domberger Stuttgart. Sheet size: 8 x 8 inches (205 x 205mm). This is a good impression of Robert Indiana's most iconic print in rich, silkscreen color. Not signed.
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
300.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 9 3/4 x 13 inches (250 x 325 mm) and the image is 5 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
300.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Sonia Delaunay original lithograph, 1972
300.00
Sonia Delaunay original lithograph, 1972
Medium: original lithograph. Executed in 1972 for XXe Siecle (issue No. 39) and published in Paris by San Lazzaro. Sheet size 12 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches (310 x 240 mm). A nice impression on quality wove paper. Not signed.
John Joseph Wardell Power "L'homme calculateur" original etching
300.00
John Joseph Wardell Power "L'homme calculateur" original etching
Medium: original etching and engraving. Published in 1939 for the rare XXe Siecle (issue No. 5-6). Sheet size: 12 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 245 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition note: there are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this piece.
Georges Braque lithograph "Figure" 1939
300.00
Georges Braque lithograph Verve
Medium: lithograph. Printed in Paris by Mourlot in 1939 for the deluxe art revue Verve (Vol. 2, No. 5-6), and published by Teriade. Sheet size: 14 x 10 inches (355 x 255 mm). Not signed.
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
250.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Louis Marcoussis original burin etching and engraving "Rimbaud"
250.00
Louis Marcoussis original burin etching and engraving "Rimbaud"
Medium: original burin etching and engraving. This impression on wove paper was published in Paris by San Lazzaro in 1939 for XXe Siecle (issue No. 5-6). Note: the flies are a Louis Marcoussis trademark. XXe Siecle (Chroniques du Jour) was a deluxe art revue that was the source of many outstanding prints. It was published by Gualtieri di San Lazzaro from 1938-1939, and again from 1951 until 1978 (known as the Nouvelle Serie). Many important artists contributed original prints, including Miro, Picasso, Chagall, Braque, Villon, Matta, Indiana, Rosenquist, Lam, Dali, Zao Wou-ki, Matisse, Delaunay, Ernst, Poliakoff, Soulages, Leger, Moore, Kandinsky, Agam, Arp, Calder, Magnelli, Baj, Marini and Vasarely.

Sheet size 12 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches (320 x 245 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition note: there are six pinholes along the left edge of the sheet -- this is from the publisher's original binding staples, and also serves to demonstrate the provenance of this piece.
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
200.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
200.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le Gout du Bonheur"
200.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur
Medium: lithograph (after the drawing). This Picasso lithograph from the "Le Gout du Bonheur" portfolio (the French title translates to "The Taste of Happiness") was printed in Munich in the studios of Guenther Dietz under the personal supervision of Picasso. It was published in 1970 in a limited edition of 666 by Editions Cercle d'Art and Harry Abrams. Printed on handmade Arches rag paper, the total sheet measures 13 x 9 3/4 inches (325 x 250 mm) and the image is 6 3/4 x 4 inches. Not signed.

According to the publisher, these lithographs were made "through a unique process that employs the same type of materials as used by the artist, instead of the usual printing inks. Grease crayon, lithographic tusche, lead pencil and charcoal are among the artist's materials used". The result is a truly rich and lifelike impression!
Bernard Buffet original lithograph "Eglise de la Madeleine Vezelay"
200.00
Bernard Buffet original lithograph Eglise de la Madeleine Vezelay
Medium: original lithograph. Printed in Paris in 1968 by the Mourlot Freres atelier. Sheet size: 10 3/4 x 7 3/8 inches (275 x 188 mm); the image measures 8 1/8 x 6 1/4 inches (208 x 160 mm). Signed in the stone, not by hand.
Joan Miro "Original Lithograph VI" 1972
200.00
Joan Miro "Original Lithograph VI" 1972
Medium: original lithograph. Printed by Mourlot and published in 1972 for the "Miro Lithograph I" catalogue raisonne. The reference number for this original print is Mourlot 862. Sheet size: 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (318 x 247 mm). Not signed.
Joan Miro original pochoir for Cahiers d'Art 1960
200.00
Joan Miro original pochoir for Cahiers d'Art 1960
Medium: original pochoir. Published in Paris in 1960 by Christian Zervos for the front cover of his deluxe revue Cahiers d'Art. Miro contributed this original design especially for this issue. Sheet size 12 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches (315 x 233 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is minor wear, but in better condition than usual for this piece.
Hans Hartung original lithograph, 1959
200.00
Hans Hartung original lithograph, 1959
Medium: original lithograph. Executed by Hans Hartung in 1959 for XXe Siecle (issue no. 12), printed by Mourlot and published in Paris by San Lazzaro. Sheet size: 12 1/8 x 9 1/8 inches (310 x 232 mm). Signed in the stone (not by hand).

Condition: the sheet has been trimmed slightly.
   
 

As your best online source of rare and hard-to-find famous artists’ prints, Affordable Art 101 is constantly refreshing and updating our inventory of fine artwork. We offer affordable prints from a variety of styles and genre - Abstract, Expressionism, Impressionism, Pop Art and many more.

We offer a huge collection of Pablo Picasso artwork, with a variety of Picasso lithographs and pochoirs. In addition to Pablo Picasso, we also feature a excellent selection of prints by Joan Miro and Marc Chagall as well as an incredible collection of prints by other famous artists. Proudly serving collectors and other art dealers worldwide!