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ALBERS, Joseph. Blue Reminding, 1966. Signed and dated A/66. Screenprint. Published by Yves-Sillman, Inc., New Haven. Sheet 17" x 17", Image 11 x 11" Edition of 200. HH 168.
ALBERS, Joseph. I-S LXXIIa. Silkscreen printed in colors, 1972, an impression before the signed and the numbered edition of 100, published by Ives-Sillman, New Haven, CT, from the estate of Norman Ives and with an ink stamp on the reverse of the sheet confirming the same on wove paper; in excellent condition. Image 17 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches. Sheet 28 x 28 inches. Ref: Danilowitz 215
ARP, (Jean) Hans. Soleil Recerclé. The Album, comprising of eighteen woodcuts, printed in colors, one signed in pencil amd numbered 91/150, on wove with Arp's watermark, also signed in pencil on justification page and numbered 91, on B.F.K Rives, from the total edition of 185, three seperate numbered editions, published by Louis Broder, Paris 1966; in excellent condition, with original slipcase with woodcut on box. 18 1/2 x 14 3/8" Arntz p. 250-264.
CRASH (John Matos). Time. Ca 1985. Ed. 49/100. Signed in pencil, 20 x 15"
BAUER, Rudolf. Couple dancing. Lithograph printed on tan wove newsprint-type paper. Signed in pencil & in the stone. 19 x 14 3/8" Sheet Size, 13 x 19" Image Size.
BAUER, Rudolf. Cubist. Lithograph printed on tan wove newsprint-type paper. Signed in pencil & in the stone. 21 3/4 x 13"
BAUER, Rudolf. La Toilette No. 60. Lithograph printed on tan wove newsprint-type paper. Signed in pencil & in the stone. 15 3/4 x 12 3/4" Sheet Size, 8 1/4 x 6 3/4" Image Size.
BAUER, Rudolf. Lovers Seated I. Lithograph printed on tan wove newsprint-type paper. Signed in pencil & in the stone. 18 x 14" Sheet Size, 11 1/4 x 8 1/2" Image Size.
BAUER, Rudolf. Lovers Seated II. Lithograph printed on tan wove newsprint-type paper. Signed in pencil & in the stone. 20 3/4 x 13 3/4" Sheet Size, 16 1/2 x 11 5/8" Image Size.
BAUER, Rudolf. Nude, Prone. Lithograph printed on tan wove newsprint-type paper. Signed in pencil & in the stone. 12 1/2 x 18" Sheet Size, 7 1/4 x 13" Image Size.
DELAUNAY, Sonia. Les Illuminations. 1973. Album without text containing 15 color pochoirs. Loose as issued without original red linen portfolio. Signed in pencil and numbered 10/20 by the artist. On the back of each plate, stamped "Pochoir exécuté à la main numéroté et signé S.D." Published by Jacques Damas, Paris. An extremely bright impression. Full margins, 21 1/4 x 15" Sonia Delaunay A Retrospective Albright-Knox Art Gallery p.208; Sonia Delaunay La Moderne p.82-1-15 The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Musueum 1998.
DELAUNAY, Sonia. Costume Design. 1960s. Etching in color. Full margins. Signed and Numbered EA IV/XV in pencil. Image size 9.5 x 6", Sheet size 19 x 14 7/8"
ERNST, Max. Composition, 1970. Color lithograph, Signed in pencil and numbered 42/69, on japon nacre with full margins and in good condition.12 3/4 x 9 5/8" Sheet Size 10 1/8 x 8 7/8" Image Size. The three figures surrounding a circle inscribed in an image that Max Ernst used in the lithograph entitled Lithographie Unique 36 Due Surpires Du Hasard, Spies/Leppien 186 and 239.
HUGNET, Georges. Complete set of 4 pamphlets, as follows:
[A] Non Vouloir, poem by G. Hugnet. Paris: [George Hugnet, 1940]. With 1 engraving after JOAN MIRO. 8 pp. One of 26 copies on verge antique de Montval, inscribed from the poet "A Cecile de tout Coeur Georges Hugnet."
[B ] Au"Depens des mots," poem by G. Hugnet. Paris: [Georges Hugnet], 1941. With 1 engraving
in gold after VALENTINE HUGO. 8 pp. (uncut). One of 226 copies, inscribed by the "A ma petite Cecile Joyeux Noel de tout Georges Hugnet."
[C ] Marcel Duchamp, poem by G. Hugnet. Paris: [Georges Hugnet], 1942. With 1 pochoir,
"Moustache and beard of L.H.O.O.Q," by MARCEL DUCHAMP. 8 pp. (partially cut). One of 226 copies. Schwarz 310
[D] Pablo Picasso, poem by G. Hugnet. With 6 zinographs, 3 reworked with engraving, by PABLO PICASSO. 8 pp. (uncut). One of 226 copies.Cramer 35.
These small pamphlets were privately printed by the poet as gifts to friends. They are almost impossible to find the complete set and in fine condition. Cecile was the daughter of Gala, Eluard's and later Dali's wife. The New York Public Library, Surrealist Books Prints (b, c and d); The Toledo Museum of Art, The Bareiss Collection (d only). The Museum of Modern Art.

KANDINSKY, Wassily. Allerheiligen- All Saints Day. Original three-color woodcut (red, yellow ochre, blue – with olive green). 1911. Signed with the monogram in the block. Ref: Roethel 131, only state. First edition of 345 hand-printed impressions, issued in the album Klänge, Munich 1913. Rare proof impression before trimming the album. Very fine impression. On light cream laid Van Gelder paper. Excellent condition and colors. 220x220 mm; 8 5/8 x 85/8 inches, full margins. Allerheiligen is a first issue proof impression printed for the album but on the sheet which is slightly larger and before trimming.

KANDINSKY, Wassily. Felson, Black and White Woodcut. Published in 1909 in an edition of 100 to be used as a card member for the group of artists "Neu Kunstler-Vereingun Munchen". The impression is complete in original condition. Laid down on a black cardboard as all the edition. With the certificate of the Gallery Berggruen & Cie,1983. Very fine impression. 6.5" square Image Size. Kandinsky in Munich 1896-1914. The Solomon Guggenheim Museum p. 250 pl 276.
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.
LABOURER, Jean Emile. Le Gramophone. Woodcut on cream laid paper, 1918-21.
250x217mm, [9 7/8x8 1⁄2”], full margins. Signed and numbered 41/45 in pencil, lower margin.
A very good impression of this scarce print. Ref: Laboureur 712
LABOURER, Jean Emile. The Fat Tavern Keeper, [Le Cabaretiere Obese] 1917. Godefroy 172 11/11 Engraving on Rive. Edition of 45. Signed with initial and dated in plate, "L 1917." Signed in pencil and numbered 28/45. 7 1/2 x 8 7/8". Stein, The Cubist Print p. 141, pl 63.
LÉGER, Fernand, Éluard, Paul. Liberté j’écris ton nom. Paris (Seghers), [1953]. Folding broadside (leporello), with continuous color silkscreen by Fernand Léger, integrated with text, extending the full length of the sheet (verso blank). 117 x 290 cm. (11 3/8 x 44 inches). Lrg. sq. 4to. New fitted cloth box. Second issue from Seghers, following the first printing of 212 numbered copies. One of Éluard’s most famous and beautiful lyrics, "Liberté, j’écris ton nom," published not long after the poet’s death late in 1952, inspiring one of Léger’s most majestic graphic productions. One small expert repair at foot, a few tiny holes; generally very bright and fresh.

LICHTENTSTEIN, Roy. Foot and Hand, 1964. Color offset lithograph on white wove paper. Limited Edition of 300. Signed and Dated by the artist in pencil. 42.1 x 53.3 cm (image); 43.9 x 54.6 cm (sheet). Published by Leo Castelli Gallery.

LICHTENTSTEIN, Roy. As I Opened Fire. 1 from a Set of 3 Color Offset Lithographs, 1966. Each 24x19 inches, full margins. Printed by Drikkerj Luii & Co., Amsterdam. Published by Stedelijk Musuem, Amsterdam. Good, clean impressions. Corlett App. 5.
LICHTENTSTEIN, Roy. As I Opened Fire. 1 from a Set of 3 Color Offset Lithographs, 1966. Each 24x19 inches, full margins. Printed by Drikkerj Luii & Co., Amsterdam. Published by Stedelijk Musuem, Amsterdam. Good, clean impressions. Corlett App. 5.
LICHTENTSTEIN, Roy. As I Opened Fire. 1 from a Set of 3 Color Offset Lithographs, 1966. Each 24x19 inches, full margins. Printed by Drikkerj Luii & Co., Amsterdam. Published by Stedelijk Musuem, Amsterdam. Good, clean impressions. Corlett App. 5.
MARCOUSSIS, Louis. Le Comptoir, Drypoint, etching, and aquatint printed on brown simili Japon, 1921. One of 25 impressions on Japon of an edition of 125. Signed in pencil lower right. 7 1/4 x 5". Published in Die Schaffenden, III Jahrgang, IV Mappe, in 1922. LaFranchis G. 37; Kornfeld catalogue 1980, no 867, La Boetie, Inc. Herwarth Walden and Der Sturm cat. p. 51; Stein, The Cubist Print 47;Stein, Cubist Prints-Cubist Books 29; Milet 35.
MARCOUSSIS, Louis. Planches de Salut Preface by Tristan Tzara. Paris: Editions Jeanne Bucher, 1931. Printed by Roger Lacouriere. 12 5/8 x 15 3/4." (Sheet size). ALBUM including eleven etchings and engravings by Louis MARCOUSSIS. With poetry by Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Holderlin, Shakespeare and others copy 44 of 60 examples on Arches of a total edition of 77. Signed in the colophon "Marcoussis" and numbered 44. Beautiful copy of one of Marcoussis' bests known albums. Stein,The Cubist Print p. 52; Lafranchis G. 67-77; Milet 66-78.
MARCOUSSIS, Louis. . Eaux-fortes Pour Alcools de Guillame Apollinaire: Nuit Rhenane, 1934. Original etching signed in pencil and inscribed "a Mola bien amicalement Marcoussis/New York le 26 Mai 1935" aside from the edition of 35 on wove paper, with large margins. 14 3/4 x11 7/8" Sheet Size, 6 x 3 7/8" Image size. Lafranchis G. 136; Milet 136
MARCOUSSIS, Louis. Le Pacte, Paris: Editions Forcade, 1930. Original etching printed in black ink on japon. Hand signed with artist’s monogram lower left, an impression of the final state from the edition of 16 on japon (there were a total of 154). Plate VI printed by Paul Hansen for the album "Aurelia, text by Gerard de Nerval. Image Size: 6 3/4 x 5 1/4" Stein, Cubist Prints/Cubist Books p. 51; Lafranchis G. 55; Milet 60; editor Franklin Furnace 39-42

MARCOUSSIS, Louis. Indicateur Des Chemins De Coeur. Eaux-Fortes De Louis Marcoussis.11 x 7 7/8" With poems by TRISTAN TZARA. Editions Jeanne Bucher, 1928. [28] pp., No. 54 of 100 on arches of a total edition of 106. With three Cubist etchings by MARCOUSSIS. Printed by Paul Haasen, Paris, the etchings printed by R. Coulouma. Showing his mastery of intaglio Printmaking, Marcoussis has illustratated Tzara’s surreal journey by Inter-weaving abstraction with ropes, shells, and hands, and enlivening this with beautiful gradations in tone. Stein, The Cubist Print p. 43 pl 211; Lafranchis G 47-49; Milet p. 510-.Victoria & Albert Museum, From Manet to Hockney, No. 82. The Artist & The Book, p. 133; Milet 48-50

MASSON, Andre. Color aquatint on black backround from Miror du Poete, published by Louis Broder, Paris, 1960. II/VI of 6 on japon of a total edition of 66, 5 1/2 x 4 1/2". Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Broder’s album which contained 23 graphic works by Arp, Bellmer, Braque, Picasso, Villon and Zao Wou-Ki. Chapon, Le Livre et Le Peintre p 302.
PECHSTEIN, Max. Das Vaterunser. [The Lord’s Prayer] Plate 12 From Portfolio of 12 Woodcuts with watercolor on wove paper. Printed by F. Voigt for Proplaen Verlag, Berlin 1921. Signed by the artist and inscribed by the Printer “ged. F. Voigt in pencil lower margin.. 397x296mm [15 1⁄2 x 11 5/8.” Full margins from the deluxe edition of 50 [aside from the regular edition of 250]
A very good impression. Plate 12. Von Ewigkeit/zu Ewigkeit/amen. 1921. Ref: Gore Rifkind 2258-12 Page 16. Kruger 268
ROYDS, Mabel. Tightrope Dancer, ca 1911. Color woodcut. MB 1. From a small edition. Signed and titled in pencil.11 1/2 x 10 7/16"
VASARELY, Victor. Permutations , Ca 1967. Original Serigraph, signed and numbered 86/150.by the artist. 26.5" square.

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

VILLON, J. after Maximilien Luce. Aquatint in colors on wove Arche paper. 1929. Signed in pencil by both artists and numbered 193/200 lower margin. Image Size: 14 x 20"; 19 3/4 x 25 3/4."
WADSWORTH, Edward. Scene for a Fairy Tale, ca 1918. Woodcut printed in black on cream wove paper, 6 1/8 x 5 2/8" Signed in pencil (which is rare for a Wadsworth rarely signed his woodcuts). Ref: Colnaghi 126. [Exhibited as Untitled Abstract]
WADSWORTH, Edward.Townscape, Woodcut in black on cream laid paper, 1920.
10 3/4 x 8 1/4 inchs. Signed in pencil. A strong cubist-inspired depiction of a
British town by one of the leading Voriticists. The English industrial setting
was one of Wadworth’s favorite themes. Woodcuts by Wadsworth are rare
and printed in small, typically unnumbered editions. Ref: Colnaghi 139.

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