LATE 19th CENTURY & EARLY 20th CENTURY PRINTS
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|Berthon, Paul. Nymphe dansante, decorative panel, two-color lithograph, 1899, signed in the stone. One corner defective but not affecting image. 13 x 25 1/2" Berthon and Grasset p. No.5.|
Biais, Maurice. The Old Man and the Scene. 1901. Color lithograph, Framed. 20 x 24.25 inches. Fine condition.
Le Chevrier. Lithograph on China, 1893. 9 1/2 x 3" image size.
13 3/8 x 7" sheet size. Full Margins. Edition of approxinmately 20. initialed in Brush and red ink. Printed by Creval Freres, Paris.Publised by Fromont, Paris.
From Petites scenes familieres. Fine impression. Boutet 12
Buhot, Felix. I Promessi sposi For Une vielle maitres (An old Mistress). Etching and acquatint in black ink, 1875. B/g 100 For Une vielle mistress before the symphonic margins were removed and the plate cut. Printed on japon paper. State iii/v. 6 3/4 x 4 1/2"
|Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley. American Church, Ca 1900 Mosaic Apse, Rome. Photogravure. 20 x 15” A single photogravure, from the portfolio The Work of Burne Jones, a collection of 91 photogravures. The folio is signed by Edward Burne-Jones' son, Phillip. It is one of an edition of 200.|
|Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley. The Balefull Head, Ca 1900. Photogravure. 11 7/8 x 14 1/2" A single photogravure, from the portfolio The Work of Burne Jones, a collection of 91 photogravures. The folio is signed by Edward Burne-Jones' son, Phillip. It is one of an edition of 200.|
|Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley. Michael, Ca 1900. Photogravure. 9 x 13 1/2" A single photogravure, from the portfolio The Work of Burne Jones, a collection of 91 photogravures. The folio is signed by Edward Burne-Jones' son, Phillip. It is one of an edition of 200.|
|Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley. St. Dorothea and St Theophilus, Ca 1900. Photogravure, 9 3/4 x 13" A single photogravure, from the portfolio The Work of Burne Jones, a collection of 91 photogravures. The folio is signed by Edward Burne-Jones' son, Phillip. It is one of an edition of 200.|
|Cross, Henri Edmond. Sur les Champs-Elysee, 1898. Five color lithograph. Proof on china paper from the "Pan IV edition". 14 1/2 x 11". The Color Revolution; Cate Hitchings p.140 pl 52|
|Delatre, Eugene. (French, 1864-1938). A Monmartre (Moulin Rouge). Ca 1895. Printed and stamped by Eugene's father, August Delatre. Signed in pencil lower right, and signed in the plate. Sheet size 13 3/4 x 9". Image size 10 x 4"|
|Delatre, Eugene. (French, 1864-1938). Color Etching. Ca 1895. Signed lower right. Full Margins, 8 1/4 x 6".|
|Grasset, Eugene. Belle Jardinaire, Proof for the calendar "Belle Jardinaire", 1896, on China paper produced for the month of August , 12 7/8 x 9 7/8"|
|Grasset, Eugene. Belle Jardinaire. Proof for the Calendar, "Belle Jardinaire",1896, on China paper produced for the month of December. 12 7/8 x 9 7/8"|
|Ibels, Henri- Gabriel. Au Cirque (At the Circus; also called Circus Ring), 1893. 4 Color lithograph. 19 3/8 x 10 5/16; 23 x 16 5/16". HG Ibels lower right on stone; No.86 lower left margin, pencil. Blind Stamp (upside down) upper left margin. From L'Estampe Originale publiee par le Journal des Artistes.|
|Kokoschka, Oskar. Mädchen am Fenster. 1906-08. Color lithograph printed on smooth card stock. 3.75 x 3 inches, full margins. Tipped into a later presentaion folder, signed by the artist in pencil, on the recto. Published by the Wiener Werkstätte, Vienna, with the printed postcard text on verso. Among Kokoschka's earliest prints were a series of 14 postcards, the current work and the following lot that he produced for the Wiener Werkstätte. Wingler/Welz 4.|
|Kurzweil, Maximilian. Der Polster, 1903. Color woodcut on japon. Included as an insert in Pan. 11 1/4 x 10 1/4". Hofstatter, p. 241; Pabst, p. 154.|
|Lepage Bastien. Portrait de Mlle Sarah Bernhardt 1879. Black and white etching. Printed by Imp. A. Salmon. 17 x 10.5" , 9 7/8 x 7 3/4" (image).|
|Mignot, Victor. Parisienne, Ca. 1900. Original color aquatint. Very fine impression on cream laid Arches paper, signed in pencil lower right and numbered. No. 16 of 30 impressions. Full Margins. 17 1/2 x 12" Image Size: 10 x 10"|
|Moll, Carl. Winter [Hohne Warte in Wein], 1903. Two color woodcut. 17" square. Pabst, Wiener Grafik um 1900, p. 118. Permanent collection: Metropolitan Museum of Art.|
|Ranson, Paul. Tristesse ou Jalousie. 1896. Color lithograph. One of 50 on laid Japan paper from the deluxe edition of "Le Centaure", blind stamp lower left. Signed in ink and annotated "W" in blue crayon. 9 1/4 x 7 1/8" [image]. 18 1/4 x 11 1/2". [sheet size]. La Nebuleuse Nabie/Bibliotheque Nationale 1993 p. 248|
|Rassenfosse, Armand. Sortie De Bal, 1894. Original drypoint in colors on Japan, initialled in red ink by artist with his monogram. Beautiful impression. In addition, the artist had reworked the plate with several studies of heads. Quite beautiful and rare. E Rouir 189.|
|Rochgrosse, Antoine Georges Marie. Poems Chantes/Gustave Carpentier /Paris/Henri Tellier, Editeur. 1896. 7 Color lithograph. Das fruhe Plakat 750 (Music Sheet).|
|Schweitz, Karl. Slowakisches Bauernhaus, Ca 1911. Color linolioum cut. 12 x 11 1/2" Provenance: Galerie Michael Pabst, Munich.|
|Sem, Georges. Ouverture de la Chasse ua Bois de Boulogne. Lithograph. Ca 1900. Signed in the stone. 20 1/2 x 28 1/4".|
|Siccard-Redl, Josef. Barnabitengasse im Schnee, Ca 1910. Color wood engraving, Signed in pencil and monogrammed. 12 3/4 x 7 1/2" Provenance: Galerie Michael Pabst, Munich.|
|Siccard-Redl, Josef. (landscape) Ca 1910. Color wood engraving, Monogrammed in the stone. 9 1/4 x 13 1/8" Provenance: Galerie Michael Pabst, Munich.|
Siccard-Redl, Josef. Fruhling, Ca 1910. Color wood engraving, Signed and titled in pencil by the artist. 12 1/2 x 10 3/4"
|Steinlen, Alexandre Theophile. Cover for Les Chansons de Montmartre, 1899. Lithograph [2nd state of 3], before the borders were cut. 12 7/8 x 29 5/8".Crauzat 218.|
|Steinlen, Alexandre Theophile. L'Hiver-Chat sur un Coussin, 1909. 5 Color lithograph. One of 20 artists proofs from an edition of 250 copies. 21 1/2 x 24 1/4". Crauzat 298|
Vallotton, Felix. Le Coup de vent, 1894. Woodcut on Japan paper. 7 1/8 x 9", full margins. With the artist's ink stamp initials and numbered 7/25 in pencil lower left. A very goodm dark ane evenly printed impression. Vallotton/Goerg 145
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