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Pablo Picasso lithograph poster Traits, Tete de femme Pablo Picasso lithograph poster and collage | Traits, Tete de femme

Medium: lithograph, collage and stencil poster. This work consists of a lithograph mounted onto brown wove paper, with a collage of hand-cut newsprint letters and stenciled text in red and blue ink. On verso is a stamp stating that this affiche (poster) was issued in a limited edition of 60 and that this is copy number 1 (see photos).

The lithograph itself appears to be a slightly different state of "Tête de femme". It is known that Tete de femme (references Bloch 384; Mourlot 4) was executed by Picasso in 1945 and issued in an edition of 50 with Picasso's red pencil signature but with no plate signature. The lithograph offered here is printed on Arches laid paper and is signed in the stone, but is not hand-signed.

The size of the lithograph portrait is 11 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches (300 x 210 mm) and the full poster measures 19 3/4 x 13 inches (500 x 325 mm).

Condition: there are pinholes at each corner of the poster, with minor creasing throughout. The lithograph shows a horizontal crease near the top, where it is attached to the support sheet. Extremely rare!

$4,000.00
Camille Pissarro "Marche aux Legumes" original etching & drypoint Camille Pissarro "Marche aux Legumes, a Pointoise" original etching

Medium: original etching and and aquatint with drypoint. Catalogue reference: Delteil 97. Executed in 1891, this lovely impression is from the edition on cream wove paper published in 1923 for inclusion in the Loys Delteil catalogue raisonne "Le peintre-graveur illustre: Pissarro, Sisley, Renoir (Volume 17). The plate size is 10 x 8 inches (255 x 201 mm); the full sheet measures 12 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches (318 x 235 mm). Not signed. A great find and a magnificent print, showing Pissarro's skill as an etcher.

$2,500.00
Max Pechstein original woodcut "Woman Desired by Man" Max Pechstein original woodcut "Woman Desired by Man" (Weib vom Manne begehrt)

Medium: original woodcut. Printed in 1920 for the Deutsche Graphiker der Gegenwart portfolio, and published in Leipzig by Klinkhardt & Biermann in an edition of 500. Catalogue reference: Rifkind 2252. Image size: 9 7/8 x 6 1/4 inches (250 x 159 mm). Sheet size: 12 5/8 x 9 1/4 inches (320 x 235 mm). This work can be found in the permanent collection of MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) in New York. Not signed.

$2,000.00
Camille Pissarro Faneuses d'Eragny original etching Camille Pissarro "Faneuses d'Eragny" original etching

Medium: original etching and drypoint. Executed in 1897, this impression is from the rare 1897 portfolio "Art et Nature" by Leon Roger-Miles, published in Paris by Boudet in an edition of 525. This is a rich, dark impression printed on Marais wove paper. The plate size is 8 x 6 inches (205 x 151 mm). This beautiful composition is one of several Pissarro paintings and etchings on a similar theme. Not signed.

Condition: the publisher's original tissue guard is still intact and attached. There is foxing in the margins (see the second photo).

$2,000.00
Camille Pissarro "Vachere au Bord de l'Eau" original etching & drypoint Camille Pissarro "Vachere au Bord de l'Eau" original etching on japon paper

Medium: original etching and drypoint. This rare and beautiful impression on japon paper is one of only 50 printed for the deluxe edition of the Gazette des Beaux Arts. Published in Paris in 1890, this Pissarro etching is printed in brown ink, rather than the typical black ink. Catalogue reference: Delteil 93. A fine impression with plate tone, measuring 7 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches -- 198 x 135mm (plate size) with full original margins. Not signed.

Condition: there is some slight discoloration in the margin from having been previously framed.

$2,000.00
Pablo Picasso lithograph Elegy of Ihpetonga Pablo Picasso original lithograph "Elegy of Ihpetonga"

Medium: original lithograph. Printed in 1954 at the Mourlot Freres atelier and published in New York by The Noonday Press in an edition of 64 for the "Elegy of Ihpetonga and Masks of Ashes" portfolio. Ihpetonga was the name given by the Canarsie Indians to the part of Brooklyn now known as Columbia Heights. Printed on Arches wove paper with deckle edges, the sheet measures 13 x 9 7/8 inches (330 x 251 mm). This work was mounted by the publisher onto a support sheet of black paper. Not signed.

$1,350.00
Pablo Picasso Cubist pochoir for Cahiers d'Art, 1926 Pablo Picasso Cubist pochoir for Cahiers d'Art, 1926

Medium: pochoir (after the 1920 watercolor). Printed in Paris in 1926 in a limited edition of 700 and published by Christian Zervos for the art revue Cahiers d'Art. Image size: 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (208 x 160 mm). Sheet size: 11 x 8 3/4 inches (280 x 220 mm). Signed in the plate, not hand-signed.

Cahiers d'Art was published in Paris from 1926-1960 by Greek art collector, writer and art critic Christian Zervos. From a print collector's viewpoint, this art revue is most famous for the pochoirs which were commissioned for some of the issues. Zervos had high technical standards, and this work is a lucky find.

$1,350.00
Pablo Picasso Cubist pochoir for Cahiers d'Art, 1926 Pablo Picasso Cubist pochoir for Cahiers d'Art, 1926

Medium: pochoir (after the 1920 watercolor). Printed in Paris in 1926 in a limited edition of 700 and published by Christian Zervos for the art revue Cahiers d'Art. Image size: 7 3/4 x 6 inches (197 x 153 mm). Sheet size: 11 x 8 3/4 inches (280 x 220 mm). Signed in the plate, not hand-signed.

Condition: there are a few spots of foxing in the margin, not affecting the pochoir image.

Cahiers d'Art was published in Paris from 1926-1960 by Greek art collector, writer and art critic Christian Zervos. From a print collector's viewpoint, this art revue is most famous for the pochoirs which were commissioned for some of the issues. Zervos had high technical standards, and this work is a lucky find.

$1,350.00
Samuel Palmer etching Opening the Fold Eclogue Samuel Palmer original etching "Opening the Fold - Early Morning" Eclogue 8

Medium: original etching. This impression on Alton Mill laid paper was printed in 1883 for "An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil" and published in London by Seeley and Company. Samuel Palmer had planned a series of etchings to illustrate his translation of Virgil's Eclogues, but this etching is the only one he completely finished before his death in 1881. Catalogue reference: Lister E13. Image size: 4 5/8 x 7 inches (117 x 176 mm). Plate size: 6 x 8 3/8 inches (151 x 214 mm). Sheet size: 8 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (215 x 317 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: there is some foxing, plus age-toning near the edges of the sheet.

$1,000.00
Samuel Palmer original etching Sunset Samuel Palmer original etching "Sunset"

Medium: original etching. This work is also called "The Herdsman's Cottage". Printed in 1880 on Arches laid paper for Philip Gilbert Hamerton's very scarce "Etching and Etchers". Image size: 3 7/8 x 3 inches (97 x 77 mm). Sheet size: 12 x 8 1/2 inches (305 x 215 mm). Signed in the plate, not hand-signed.

$850.00
Pablo Picasso "Les Banderilles" original lithograph Pablo Picasso "Les Banderilles" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference: Mourlot 349. Printed in Paris in 1961 by Mourlot Frères, this is Composition IV from the suite of original lithographs executed in 1961 for "A los toros avec Picasso". The total sheet size (including margins) is 9 1/2 x 12 3/8 inches (245 x 315 mm). Not signed.

$850.00
Camille Pissarro "Paysans portant du foin" original etching Camille Pissarro "Paysans portant du foin" original etching

Medium: original etching and drypoint. Catalogue reference Delteil 126. Printed in 1900 and published in Paris by H. Floury as the frontispiece for Gustave Geffroy's "La Vie Artistique". Printed on laid paper, the plate size is 4 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches (120 x 80 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there are a few spots of foxing and areas of age-toning to the paper.

$800.00
Samuel Palmer Homeward Star Eclogue original etching Samuel Palmer original etching "The Homeward Star" Eclogue 1

Medium: original etching. This impression on Alton Mill laid paper was printed in 1883 for "An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil" and published in London by Seeley and Company. Samuel Palmer had planned a series of etchings to illustrate his translation of Virgil's Eclogues, but died in 1881 before finishing the project. The Homeward Star is one of four etchings left by the artist in an advanced state of completion, and the final details were finished by his son Alfred Herbert Palmer. Catalogue reference: Lister E14. Image size: 4 x 6 inches (100 x 152 mm). Plate size: 5 1/4 x 7 3/8 inches (133 x 189 mm). Sheet size: 8 1/4 x 12 5/8 inches (212 x 320 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is age-toning near the edges of the sheet.

$750.00
Pablo Picasso lithograph Nature morte au verre Pablo Picasso lithograph "Nature morte au verre"

Medium: lithograph (after the drypoint on three zinc plates). Printed in 1945 on heavy wove paper by Lithographie Parisienne for Cahiers d'Art. Size: 12 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches (320 x 243 mm). Signed in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: there is age-toning to the paper and minor wear around the edges.

$750.00
Samuel Palmer "The Sepulchre" Eclogue 8 original etching Samuel Palmer original etching "The Sepulchre" Eclogue 8

Medium: original etching. This impression on Alton Mill laid paper was printed in 1883 for "An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil" and published in London by Seeley and Company. Samuel Palmer had planned a series of etchings to illustrate his translation of Virgil's Eclogues, but died in 1881 before finishing the project. The Sepulchre is one of four etchings left by the artist in an advanced state of completion, and the final details were finished by his son Alfred Herbert Palmer. Catalogue reference: Lister E16. Image size: 4 x 6 inches (100 x 152 mm). Plate size: 5 1/4 x 7 3/8 inches (133 x 189 mm). Sheet size: 8 1/4 x 12 5/8 inches (212 x 320 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is age-toning near the edges of the sheet.

$750.00
Samuel Palmer "The Cypress Grove" Eclogue 5 original etching Samuel Palmer original etching "The Cypress Grove" Eclogue 5

Medium: original etching. This impression on Alton Mill laid paper was printed in 1883 for "An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil" and published in London by Seeley and Company. Samuel Palmer had planned a series of etchings to illustrate his translation of Virgil's Eclogues, but died in 1881 before finishing the project. The Cypress Grove is one of four etchings left by the artist in an advanced state of completion, and the final details were finished by his son Alfred Herbert Palmer. Catalogue reference: Lister E15. Image size: 4 x 6 inches (100 x 152 mm). Plate size: 5 1/4 x 7 3/8 inches (133 x 189 mm). Sheet size: 8 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches (212 x 323 mm). Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: there are a few spots of foxing, plus age-toning near the edges of the sheet.

$750.00
Samuel Palmer "Moeris and Galatea" Eclogue 9 original etching Samuel Palmer original etching "Moeris and Galatea" Eclogue 9

Medium: original etching. This impression on Alton Mill laid paper was printed in 1883 for "An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil" and published in London by Seeley and Company. Samuel Palmer had planned a series of etchings to illustrate his translation of Virgil's Eclogues, but died in 1881 before finishing the project. Moeris and Galatea is one of four etchings left by the artist in an advanced state of completion, and the final details were finished by his son Alfred Herbert Palmer. Catalogue reference: Lister E17. Image size: 4 x 6 inches (100 x 152 mm). Plate size: 5 1/4 x 7 3/8 inches (133 x 189 mm). Sheet size: 8 1/4 x 12 5/8 inches (212 x 320 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is age-toning near the edges of the sheet.

$750.00
Pablo Picasso "Fleurs dans un verre" original lithograph Pablo Picasso "Fleurs dans un verre" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference Mourlot 98. Executed by Picasso in 1947 and published as the frontispiece of the Lithographe II catalogue raisonné, printed in Paris in 1950 by Mourlot. Sheet size: 12 1/2 x 9 inches (315 x 228 mm); image size 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (235 x 160 mm). Not signed.

$700.00
Pablo Picasso "The Artist and his Model II" original lithograph Pablo Picasso "Le peintre et son modele" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Printed in 1965 by Mourlot Freres in an edition of 1000 on Arches paper for the "L'Atelier Mourlot" catalogue. Size: 10 x 7 1/4 inches (255 x 186 mm). Not signed.

$500.00
Pablo Picasso "Satyr" original lithograph Pablo Picasso "Satyr" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference: Mourlot 280. Executed by Picasso in 1956 especially for the back cover of the Lithographe III catalogue raisonné, printed by Mourlot and published in Paris by Andre Sauret. Size: 12 3/8 x 9 1/2 inches (317 x 240 mm). This lithograph was printed on a pale yellow paper. Please note, this listing is for the front cover lithograph only and does not include any other lithographs from this edition. Not signed.

Condition: as this was the actual cover, there is some wear and discoloration (mostly around the edges).

$500.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le 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!

$500.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le 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 1/2 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!

$400.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le 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!

$400.00
Picasso lithograph Gout du Bonheur Pablo Picasso lithograph "Le 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!

$400.00
Pablo Picasso Great Owl lithograph Pablo Picasso lithograph "Great Owl"

Medium: lithograph (after Picasso). Printed in 1959 by Young & Klein of Cincinnati and published by the Cincinnati Art Museum for their Picasso exhibition catalogue (now quite scarce). Sheet size: 17 x 14 inches (430 x 347 mm); the image size is 15 1/2 x 12 inches (390 x 305 mm). There is another image on the back side, as published. Not signed.

Condition: there is some creasing to the paper.

$400.00
Camille Pissarro etching La veillee, Pissarro 1892 Impressionist Art L'Art Impressionniste Camille Pissarro etching "La veillee"

Medium: etching (after the painting). This beautiful piece was etched by Auguste Lauzet after Camille Pissarro, and published in Paris in 1892 by Chamerot et Renouard, for the very rare volume "L'Art Impressionniste", featuring etchings after important artworks in the private collection of M. Durand-Ruel, which was at the time was one of the world's foremost collections of Impressionist art. This print is a fine impression printed on cream laid paper, with a platemark (not shown here in this photo) and good margins; the plate measures 6 x 4 3/4 inches. Not signed.

$400.00
Pablo Picasso 1929 pochoir, edition of 1000 Pablo Picasso 1929 pochoir, edition of 1000

Medium: pochoir (after the watercolor). Printed in Paris in 1929 at the atelier Daniel Jacomet for L'Art Cubiste and issued in an edition of 1000. Image size: 7 3/4 x 6 inches (195 x 152 mm). A text inscription beneath the image identifies the artist. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

$400.00
Pablo Picasso 1929 pochoir, edition of 1000 Pablo Picasso 1929 pochoir, edition of 1000

Medium: pochoir (after the oil). Printed in Paris in 1929 at the atelier Daniel Jacomet for L'Art Cubiste and issued in an edition of 1000. Image size: 5 3/4 x 8 1/8 inches (146 x 205 mm). A text inscription beneath the image identifies the artist. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

$400.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Two Satyrs and Goat"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Galerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (312 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches (270 x 325 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.

$350.00
Pablo Picasso linocut 1962 Pablo Picasso linocut "Bacchanal with Four Clouds"

Medium: linocut re-creation (after the original Picasso linocut). Picasso started making linoleum cuts during the late 1950's and the originals were issued by Galerie Louise Leiris in signed editions of 50. In 1962 Picasso and the Louise Leiris Gallery cooperated with the production of a facsimile edition of the linocuts, meticulously recreated in reduced size. The printing was done in West Germany, with a French edition published by Editions Cercle D'Art and an American edition published by Harry Abrams, both in 1962. In later years reprints were issued but the prints from the 1962 set are far superior in quality, having the look and feel of actual linocuts.

This impression from the sought-after 1962 edition (published by Abrams) was done on heavy wove paper with a richly textured printed surface. The sheet measures 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches (312 x 365 mm) and the image size is 10 1/2 x 13 inches (270 x 330 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is foxing in the margins but the linocut image is good with strong, fresh color.


$350.00