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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. Extremely rare, with no others currently on the market. 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). The first photo shows the complete poster, photographed against a white background. The second photo is a close-up of the lithograph and the third shows the publisher's stamp on the back side.

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. This rarity is quite an unusual find.

$4,000.00
Max Beckmann Bildnis Frau H.M. Naila woodcut Max Beckmann Bildnis Frau H.M. Naila signed original woodcut

Medium: original woodcut. Signed in pencil. Catalogue reference: Hofmaier 282 IV BB. Printed in Germany in 1923 for the very rare Kunst der Gegenwart portfolio, published in Munich by Marées-Gesellschaft, R. Piper & Co., with the Marées-Gesellschaft blindstamp in the margin. The printer was Fritz Voigt, of Berlin. This impression is one of 220 printed on cream wove paper from a total edition of 300 (consisting of 220 on wove and 80 on japon paper). The image measures 13 3/4 x 13 inches (350 x 331 mm); the total sheet measures 20 1/2 x 18 1/2 inches (520 x 472 mm) with full original margins and deckle edges.

In very good condition; with minor creasing near the edges of the sheet and a tiny pinhole in the space above the figure's right eye (hardly visible).

This is one of several portraits of a mysterious woman called "Naila" that were done by Max Beckmann. It is now known that Naila was Dr. Hildegard Melms, and that Beckmann had an affair with her in 1923, the same year he executed this print. This important German Expressionist woodcut can be found in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).

$4,000.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Claude Renoir, Fils de l'Artiste, la Tete Baisee" original lithograph Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Claude Renoir, Fils de l'Artiste, la Tete Baisee" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. The French title of "Claude Renoir, Fils de l'Artiste, la Tête Baisée" translates to: "Claude Renoir, the Artist's Son, Looking Downwards". Catalogue references: Delteil 39 or Roger-Marx 14. A fine impression on Arches cream wove paper in excellent condition, printed in Paris by Clot and published in 1919 by Ambroise Vollard for the rare "Douze Lithographies Originales de Pierre-Auguste Renoir". Although the official edition was to have been 900, it is reported that approximately 1/3 of the impressions were never issued. Image size: 7 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches (198 x 190 mm); total sheet size 13 x 9 3/4 inches (330 x 250 mm). Signed in the plate with Renoir's stamped signature (not hand-signed). The photo shows the full sheet with deckle edges.

$3,000.00
Piet Mondrian serigraph Piet Mondrian serigraph "Composition"

Medium: serigraph (after the 1942 painting). This exquisite Mondrian (also spelled Mondriaan) was printed in a limited edition of 300 in 1957 at the atelier Arcay and issued by Galerie Denise René. Printed on Bristol San Francisco smooth wove paper, the image size is 20 x 10 inches (505 x 251 mm) and the full sheet measures 26 x 20 inches. Not signed. A very nice impression!

$2,500.00
Piet Mondrian serigraph Broadway Boogie-Woogie Piet Mondrian serigraph "Broadway Boogie-Woogie"

Medium: serigraph (after the 1942 painting). This exquisite Mondrian (also spelled Mondriaan) was printed in a limited edition of 300 in 1957 at the atelier Arcay and issued by Galerie Denise René. Printed on Bristol San Francisco smooth wove paper, the image size is 13 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches (350 x 350 mm) and the full sheet measures 20 x 26 inches. Not signed. A very nice impression!

Condition: there is some creasing and discoloration in the margin, not affecting the image.

$2,500.00
Piet Mondrian serigraph L'arbre bleu Piet Mondrian serigraph "L'arbre bleu"

Medium: serigraph (after the 1911 watercolor). This exquisite Mondrian (also spelled Mondriaan) was printed in a limited edition of 300 in 1957 at the atelier Arcay and issued by Galerie Denise René. Printed on Bristol San Francisco smooth wove paper, the image size is 15 x 19 inches (377 x 488 mm) and the full sheet measures 20 x 26 inches. Signed in the plate (not by hand). A very nice impression of this early Mondrian.

Condition: there is minor creasing in the margin, not affecting the image.

$2,500.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Femme au cep de vigne" original lithograph Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Femme au cep de vigne" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue references: Delteil 44 or Roger-Marx 19. A fine impression on cream wove paper in excellent condition, printed in Paris by Clot and published in 1919 by Ambroise Vollard for the rare "Douze Lithographies Originales de Pierre-Auguste Renoir". Although the official edition was to have been 950, it is reported that approximately 1/3 of the impressions were never issued. Image size: 6 7/8 x 5 inches (175 x 125 mm); total sheet size 13 x 9 3/4 inches (330 x 250 mm). Signed in the plate with Renoir's stamped signature (not hand-signed). The photo shows the full sheet with deckle edges.

Condition: there is foxing to the paper.

$2,500.00
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
Alphonse Mucha lithograph Salome Alphonse Mucha original lithograph "Salome"

Medium: original lithograph. This very rare and beautiful lithograph by Art Nouveau master Alphonse Mucha (also known as Alfons Mucha) was printed for L'Estampe Moderne (issue no. 2), published in Paris in 1897. The image size is 13 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches (335 x 240 mm) and the full sheet measures 16 x 12 inches (408 x 308 mm). Printed on smooth wove paper, this impression bears L'Estampe Moderne blindstamp at the lower right. Signed by Mucha in the stone, not hand-signed.

Condition: there is wear and a few tears to the edges of the sheet (see the additional photos).

$2,250.00
Camille Pissarro Les Faneuses original etching Camille Pissarro "Les Faneuses" original etching

Medium: original etching in bistre brown ink. Catalogue reference: Delteil 94. Executed in 1890, this lovely impression is from the rare 1906 first edition of "Histoire des Peintres Impressionnistes" by Theodore Duret, published in Paris by Floury. The plate size is 7 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches (198 x 135 mm); the full sheet measures 10 x 7 3/4 inches (255 x 195 mm). Not signed. A rich, dark impression with plate tone on cream laid paper, this Pissarro etching is a great find.

$2,250.00
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. In excellent condition with no age-toning or foxing, this original Pissarro art work is a lucky find!

$2,250.00
Joan Miro original lithograph | Surrealisme en 1947 Joan Miro original lithograph for Surrealisme en 1947

Medium: original lithograph in five colors. Catalogue reference: Mourlot 56. This was the first color lithograph executed by Miro. Printed in Paris by Mourlot and published by Pierre à Feu and Maeght Editeur as the frontispiece for the Marcel Duchamp / André Breton project Surréalisme en 1947. Issued in a limited edition of 999. Size: 9 1/8 x 7 7/8 inches (232 x 200 mm). Not signed. This scarce early Miro lithograph is highly sought-after and a lucky find.

$2,250.00
Edouard Manet original etching Felix Bracquemond Edouard Manet original etching "Portrait of Felix Bracquemond"

Medium: original pen-process etching. Catalogue reference: Melot 39. This charming etching was executed in 1865 but not published until 1906, as the frontispiece of the Moreau-Nélaton catalogue raisonné. A total of 225 were printed, but this impression is one of only 20 printed for the deluxe edition on Japon Shizuoka paper. The plate size is 6 x 3 7/8 inches (155 x 102 mm). Not signed. A beautiful impression with full original margins.

$2,000.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Femme nue assise" original etching Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Femme nue assise" original etching

Medium: original soft ground etching. Catalogue reference: Delteil 12. Executed in 1906, this lovely impression on cream laid paper is from the rare 1906 first edition of "Histoire des Peintres Impressionnistes" by Theodore Duret, published in Paris by Floury. Plate size: 7 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches (185 x 145 mm); the total sheet size is 10 x 7 3/4 inches (255 x 195 mm). Not signed.

$2,000.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Baigneuse Debout, a mi-jambes" original etching Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Baigneuse Debout, a mi-jambes" original etching

Medium: original etching. Catalogue reference: Delteil 23. This is a lifetime impression published in 1910 for the rare first edition of "Manet & the French Impressionists" by Theodore Duret. Plate size: 6 5/8 x 4 3/8 inches (170 x 112 mm). A good impression on wove paper with plate tone. Not signed. A lucky find and a good deal at this price!

$2,000.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir Femme nue couchee (Tournee a gauche) original etching Pierre-Auguste Renoir original etching "Femme nue couchee (Tournee a gauche)

Medium: original etching. Catalogue reference: Delteil 15. Executed in 1906, this lovely impression on cream laid paper is from the rare 1906 first edition of "Histoire des Peintres Impressionnistes" by Theodore Duret, published in Paris by Floury. The plate size is 5 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches (138 x 196 mm); the full sheet measures 7 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches (194 x 260 mm). Signed in the plate, not hand-signed. This composition is more rare and sought-after than the similar Renoir etching "Femme nue couchee - Tournee a droite" (Delteil 14).

$1,850.00
Childe Hassam pencil-signed etching "Independence Hall, Philadelphia" Childe Hassam pencil-signed etching "Independence Hall, Philadelphia"

Medium: original etching. Signed in pencil with Childe Hassam's monogram signature, and also signed in the plate. Catalogue reference: Cortissoz/Clayton 260. Executed in 1926 and printed on wove paper, with full margins. Size: 7 x 9 inches (plate); 176 x 230mm.

Condition: very good, except for some old tape residue in the top margin (on back of the sheet, not affecting the etched image); also, as sometimes is found with impressions of this etching, there are pinholes in the margin (see second photo) but these are well outside of the plate. A very good impression of this scarce Childe Hassam print!

$1,850.00
Paul Cezanne original etching "Guillaumin au Pendu" Paul Cezanne original etching "Guillaumin au Pendu"

Medium: original etching. Catalogue reference: Salomon 2. Executed in 1873, this is a portrait of the impressionist artist Armand Guillaumin. This is a fine impression with plate tone on cream laid paper from the rare 1906 first edition of "Histoire des Peintres Impressionnistes" by Theodore Duret, published in Paris by Floury. Plate size: 6 1/8 x 4 3/4 inches (155 x 120 mm); the total sheet size is 10 x 7 3/4 inches (260 x 193 mm). Signed in the plate with Cezanne's "hanging man" signature (not hand-signed).

Condition: there is is minor foxing in the margins.

$1,750.00
Edouard Manet original etching | Le Gamin (The Urchin - Boy with a Dog) Edouard Manet original etching "Le Gamin" The Urchin - Boy with a Dog

Medium: original etching. Catalogue reference: Guerin 27 and Harris 31. This charming etching is one of several compositions executed by Edouard Manet on the subject of a boy and his dog. Printed on wove paper, the plate size is 8 1/8 x 5 3/4 inches (207 x 145mm). Signed by Manet in the plate, not by hand.

Condition: the margins are irregular, being 10mm at the most narrow spot (see the second photo).

$1,750.00
Georges Rouault etching for Miserere, "Femme affranchie a quatorze heures chante midi" Georges Rouault etching for Miserere, "Femme affranchie a quatorze heures chante midi"

Medium: original etching, aquatint, drypoint and roulette. Plate 17 of the "Miserere et Guerre" series. Catalogue reference: CR 70; W 124. Executed in 1923 and published by Ambroise Vollard in 1948 in an edition of 450 (the first and only printing). Plate size: 21 11/16 x 16 7/8 inches (555 x 430mm) on wove paper with deckle edges and full original margins. Signed in the plate (not by hand); Rouault did not hand-sign any impressions.

The Miserere series is considered Rouault's greatest accomplishment; and indeed, one of the masterpieces of 20th Century printmaking. Provenance: this etching was once part of the Vincent Price Collection, and their Certificate of Authentication has been conserved and is included with the sale.

Condition: there is a mat stain and age-toning to the paper; altogether a rich and magnificent impression.

$1,750.00
Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Femme nue assise" original etching Pierre-Auguste Renoir "Femme nue assise" original etching

Medium: original soft ground etching. Catalogue reference: Delteil 12. Executed in 1906, this is a lifetime impression published in 1909 in Berlin by Cassirer for "Kunst und Kunstler". Printed on cream laid paper with the full margins and the Van Gelder Zonen watermark. Plate size: 7 1/4 x 5 5/8 inches (185 x 143 mm); the total sheet size is 12 1/2 x 9 5/8 inches (320 x 243 mm). Not signed.

$1,750.00
Seymour Haden signed etching, rare first state Thomas Haden of Derby Seymour Haden signed etching, rare first state | Thomas Haden of Derby

Medium: etching and drypoint. This is Seymour Haden's etched version of the painting by Thomas Wright of Derby entitled "Edwin the Minstrel". The man in the portrait was actually Sir Francis Seymour Haden's own grandfather.

This is a very rare first state impression -- before the artist added additional crosshatched drypoint shading at the back of the figure. An additional plate signature would also be added for the second state. There were five different states in all. Catalogue references: Drake 51 and Schneiderman 53. This impression is signed both in pencil and in the plate.

Printed on watermarked laid paper, the plate measures 14 x 9 1/2 inches (355 x 242mm). The total sheet measures 17 x 12 1/8 inches (434 x 308mm). Condition: Some age-toning to the paper, and there is a very small spot of skinning to the paper near the bottom of the figure's cloak.

$1,750.00
Louis-Marin Bonnet "Mars et Venus" rare crayon engraving, 1772 Louis-Marin Bonnet "Mars et Venus" rare crayon engraving, 1772

Medium: engraving in the Crayon Manner (also know as the Chalk Manner). This rare and beautiful engraving by Louis-Marin Bonnet employed a technique used before the advent of lithography, using three plates (black, red chalk and white chalk) to achieve the soft and subtle effect of a chalk drawing. Size: 17 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches (image); not including margins. Printed in Paris in 1772.

Condition: there is a small repair to the margin and a few areas of minor wear and creasing to the paper; one spot of foxing to the left of the image and a mat stain (in good condition overall for its age).

$1,750.00
Albert Belleroche original lithograph "Reverie" trial proof Albert Belleroche original lithograph "Reverie" trial proof

Medium: original lithograph. Signed in pencil at the lower right and numbered in red crayon "x218" at the lower left, and inscribed on verso "Reverie" in the same red crayon. This proof is printed on a thin vellum-finish wove paper and is presumed to have been hand-pulled by Belleroche, as the artist was known to do.

The image measures approximately 18 x 14 inches (455 x 355 mm); some ink intrudes into the margin consistent with hand-printing. The total sheet measures 20 x 16 1/2 inches (510 x 420 mm) with irregularly cut edges. Condition: there is some skinning to the surface of the paper on the left side (possibly occurring during printing); some creasing; two minor repaired tears; and a 1 cm hole can be seen near the top which has been repaired at an earlier date. A rare and magnificent piece!

$1,750.00
Robert Indiana "Eternal Hexagon" original serigraph

Medium: original serigraph / silkscreen. In 1964 Samuel Wagstaff, Jr. (at that time Curator of Paintings at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartfordford, Connecticut) selected ten important American artists and asked them to contribute original prints for the portfolio “Ten Works by Ten Painters”. This was issued in 1964 in an edition of 500. The publisher's blindstamp is in the margin near the bottom right corner. Not signed.

The other artists collaborating with the project were Stuart Davis, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, George Ortman, Larry Poons, Ad Reinhardt, Frank Stella and Andy Warhol. Image size: 17 1/2 x 16 inches (445 x 408mm). Printed on wove paper with full original margins, the sheet measures 24 x 20 inches.

Condition (not affecting the image): there is minor age-toning in the margins; a small stain in the margin near the left edge of the sheet; and a crease in the margin near the top left corner of the sheet. This is a magnificent, rich impression and a true Pop Art classic. Rare!

$1,500.00
Chagall lithographs Twelve Tribes of Israel Marc Chagall Twelve Tribes of Israel lithographs - Set of 12 Works

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 a bit of age-toning to the margins; and minor creasing to the margin of Judah.

$1,500.00
Max Ernst signed etching Les chiens ont soif Max Ernst signed original etching "Les chiens ont soif" 1964

Medium: original color etching. Catalogue reference: Spies/Leppien 98/III. From the deluxe limited edition portfolio "Les chiens ont soif", this is one of 250 impressions on BFK Rives wove paper, signed in pencil by Max Ernst (the total edition was 320). Published in Paris in 1964 by Au Pont des Arts. The plate size is 13 x 8 1/2 inches (333 x 217 mm) and the full sheet measures 17 x 12 inches (430 x 310 mm).

$1,350.00
Max Ernst signed etching Les chiens ont soif Max Ernst signed original etching "Les chiens ont soif" 1964

Medium: original color etching. Catalogue reference: Spies/Leppien 98/I. From the deluxe limited edition portfolio "Les chiens ont soif", this is one of 250 impressions on BFK Rives wove paper, signed in pencil by Max Ernst (the total edition was 320). Published in Paris in 1964 by Au Pont des Arts. The plate size is 13 x 8 1/2 inches (335 x 217 mm) and the full sheet measures 17 x 12 inches (430 x 310 mm).

$1,350.00
Pablo Picasso lithograph Elegy of Ihpetonga Pablo Picasso original lithograph "Elegy of Ihpetonga"

Medium: original lithograph. This rare and exquisite lithograph was one of four ink wash drawings executed by Picasso on lithographic transfer paper and printed by Mourlot Freres. This is from the English edition of 64 published in New York by The Noonday Press in 1954 for "Elegy of Ihpetonga and Masks of Ashes" by Yvan Goll. Ihpetonga was the name given by the Canarsie Indians to the part of Brooklyn now known as Columbia Heights. Beautifully printed on Arches wove paper with deckle edges, the sheet measures 13 x 9 7/8 inches (330 x 251 mm). The lithograph was issued by the publisher tipped (mounted at the top corners) onto a support sheet of black paper. Not signed.

$1,350.00
Pablo Picasso lithograph Elegy of Ihpetonga Pablo Picasso original lithograph "Elegy of Ihpetonga"

Medium: original lithograph. This rare and exquisite lithograph was one of four ink wash drawings executed by Picasso on lithographic transfer paper and printed by Mourlot Freres. This is from the English edition of 64 published in New York by The Noonday Press in 1954 for "Elegy of Ihpetonga and Masks of Ashes" by Yvan Goll. Ihpetonga was the name given by the Canarsie Indians to the part of Brooklyn now known as Columbia Heights. Beautifully printed on Arches wove paper with deckle edges, the sheet measures 13 x 9 7/8 inches (330 x 251 mm). The lithograph was issued by the publisher tipped (mounted at the top corners) onto a support sheet of black paper. Not signed.

$1,350.00
Pablo Picasso lithograph Elegy of Ihpetonga Pablo Picasso original lithograph "Elegy of Ihpetonga"

Medium: original lithograph. This rare and exquisite lithograph was one of four ink wash drawings executed by Picasso on lithographic transfer paper and printed by Mourlot Freres. This is from the English edition of 64 published in New York by The Noonday Press in 1954 for "Elegy of Ihpetonga and Masks of Ashes" by Yvan Goll. Ihpetonga was the name given by the Canarsie Indians to the part of Brooklyn now known as Columbia Heights. Beautifully printed on Arches wove paper with deckle edges, the sheet measures 13 x 10 inches (330 x 252 mm). The lithograph was issued by the publisher tipped (mounted at the top corners) onto a support sheet of black paper. Not signed.

Condition: there is some foxing.

$1,350.00
Marc Chagall "Woman Circus Rider" original lithograph Marc Chagall "Woman Circus Rider" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference: Mourlot 153. Executed in 1956, and printed by the incomparable Mourlot Frères. Issued in an edition of 2000 for the special Dix Ans d'Edition of Derrière le Miroir in 1956, published in Paris by Maeght. Sheet size: 15 x 21 inches (375 x 535 mm); with center fold, as published. A splendid impression; there is some age-toning to the paper. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

 Derrière le Miroir was the legendary art revue published in Paris by Aime Maeght, from 1946 through 1982. Some of the artists who contributed original lithographs were Chagall, Miro, Braque, Giacometti, Kelly, Tapies, Riopelle, Pol Bury, Calder, Alechinsky, Ubac and Palazuelo. Often known by collectors simply as DLM, all issues of Derrière le Miroir are now scarce, and many have become quite valuable and highly prized -- especially the Chagall lithographs.

$1,350.00
Marc Chagall "Vision of Paris" original lithograph Marc Chagall "Vision of Paris" original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference: Mourlot 81. From the rare issue of Verve (Volume 7, Number 27-28), published in Paris by Teriade in 1952. Sheet size: 14 x 20 3/4 inches (355 x 525mm). This work was published with a center fold, and has pinholes from the binding stitches along the center crease. There are two black and white Chagall lithographs printed on verso. Not signed.

$1,350.00
Fernand Leger original lithograph La Femme au Miroir 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.

$1,250.00
Pablo Picasso Jours de gloire drypoint burin etching Pablo Picasso original etching and drypoint "Jours de gloire"

Medium: original drypoint and burin engraving. Executed in 1945 and from the edition of 1000 on Velin de Lana cream wove paper, this piece is now quite scarce. Contributed by Picasso for the book "Jours de gloire", a compilation of stories about the Liberation of France, and issued as a loose insert. The plate measures 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches (190 x 135mm). Not signed. In fine condition with full original margins.

$1,250.00
Edvard Munch original etching "Portrait Study" Edvard Munch original etching "Portrait Study"

Medium: original etching. "Portrait Study" is also known as "Head of a Man"; the catalogue reference is Schiefler 243. This etching was published in Berlin in 1917 by Paul Cassirer. Plate size: 4 5/8 x 3 3/8 inches (115 x 84 mm). Not signed. This is a nice impression on cream wove paper, and one of the few Edvard Munch original prints that is affordable.

Condition: there is some rippling and foxing in the margin.

$1,250.00
Wassily Kandinsky "Orientalisches" original color woodcut Wassily Kandinsky "Orientalisches" original color woodcut

Medium: original color woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 106. Published in Paris in 1938 for XXe Siecle (No. 3). Image size 4 7/8 x 7 1/2 inches (125 x 190 mm), with full original margins. A good impression that brings out the subtle colors of this composition. Not signed.

Condition: there are some minor handling creases to the edges of the sheet.

$1,250.00
Marc Chagall "David and his Harp" original Bible lithograph Marc Chagall "David and his Harp" original Bible lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference M 134. This beautiful color lithograph was printed by Mourlot and published in Paris by Teriade for Verve in 1956 for a special edition devoted exclusively to Chagall's original Bible art. Verve was founded in 1937 to showcase original prints by the leading artists of the day, with outstanding technical quality. Size: 14 x 10 1/4 inches (355 x 262mm). Not signed.

$1,200.00
Edouard Manet original etching "La Convalescente" Edouard Manet original etching "La Convalescente"

Medium: original etching and aquatint. Catalogue reference: Harris 85 iii/iii. This is a fine impression from the 1884 Bazire edition, printed on laid paper. Plate size: 5 x 4 inches; 127 x 103mm. Not signed.

Condition: there is minor foxing.

$1,200.00
Pablo Picasso "Pour Roby" | L’Age de Soleil Pablo Picasso "Pour Roby" | L’Age de Soleil

Medium: helio-engraving (after the drawing). Published in 1950 and from the edition of 1000, this piece is now quite rare. Contributed by Picasso for the book "L’Age de Soleil" by Robert J. Godet, and issued as a loose insert. The image measures 9 x 7 inches (230 x 178mm), and has full original margins. Signed in the plate (not by hand).

Condition: there is light foxing and age-toning to the margins, as shown in the second photo.

$1,150.00
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