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RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF PRINTS HELD ON NOVEMBER 2 AND 3 2006 IN NEW YORK
01 November 2006



Sale N08237
02 Nov 06 - 03 Nov 06
Sale Total: 15,112,940 USD 
Session 1     Best results 
 

15 REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN 1606-1669
ADAM AND EVE (B., HOLL. 28; H. 159; BB. 38-D)

 Estimate: 10,000—15,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   27,000 USD

165 by 116 mm 6 1/2 by 4 1/2 in

Etching, 1638, a good impression of the second (final) state, on laid paper with a partial Foolscap watermark (three balls), with narrow margins, a few small stains on the verso, otherwise in good condition27,000 
 
 19     REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN 

CHRIST AND THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA: AN ARCHED PRINT (B., HOLL. 70; H. 294; BB. 57-B)

Estimate: 20,000—30,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   72,000 USD

123 by 161 mm 4 7/8 by 6 3/8 in

Etching and drypoint, 1657-8, a very fine impression of the third (final) state, with a delicate veil of plate tone and considerable burr printing on the drypoint lines, on golden Japan paper, with narrow margins, a tiny ink loss near Christ's left arm, remains of adhesive along the sheet edges, verso, otherwise in good condition
 
 37   MARTIN LEWIS1883-1962
SPRING NIGHT, GREENWICH VILLAGE (MCCARRON 85)

Estimate: 15,000—20,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   21,600 USD

250 by 310 mm 9 7/8 by 12 3/16 in sheet 340 by 405 mm

Drypoint, 1930, signed in pencil, one of 92 recorded impressions, on cream wove paper, with wide margins, in good condition
 
 
 47   JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 1834-1903
STUDY (SPINK/STRATIS/TEDESCHI 4; WAY 3)

Estimate: 6,000—8,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   42,000 USD

sheet 350 by 261 mm 

Lithograph, 1878, one of 12 recorded impressions, printed by Way, on wove paper, with wide margins, in good condition except the sheet with traces of mottled light-stain, a few pale scattered fox marks, minor scuffing at the upper sheet edge, versoJAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 

     
 50     JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER    1834-1903
SPEKE HALL, NO. 1 (K. 96)

Estimate: 15,000—20,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   120,000 US

224 by 150 mm 

Etching, 1870, a fine impression of the sixth state (of ten), with velvety burr printing on the figure's hat and garments, on laid paper, with a Coat of Arms of Amsterdam watermark, with wide margins, in good condition apart from pale light- and mat stain


 53     JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 

THE PALACES (K. 187)

Estimate: 15,000—20,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   33,000 USD

253 by 358 mm

Etching printed in dark brown, 1879, third (final) state, signed in pencil with the butterfly on the tab and inscribed 'imp', on laid paper, with a Strasbourg Lily watermark, in good condition apart from adhesive and paper remains along the sheet edges, verso


 55     JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 

TROOP SHIPS (K. 319)

Estimate: 6,000—8,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   30,000 USD
 
128 by 175 mm 

Etching printed in dark brown, 1887, an undescribed second (and presumably final) state, with fine diagonal shading in two ships on the horizon at right, with a delicate veil of plate tone in the water, signed in pencil with the butterfly on the tab and inscribed 'imp', on laid paper, in good condition


 56     JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 

CHANCELLERIE, LOCHES (K. 383)

Estimate: 8,000—12,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   48,000 USD
 
270 by 163 mm 

Etching printed in dark brown, 1888, third state (of five), printed with a delicate veil of plate tone, signed in pencil with the butterfly on the tab and inscribed 'imp', on laid paper, with a Coat of Arms of Amsterdam watermark, in good condition


 
 57     JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 

NOCTURNE: DANCE HOUSE (K. 408)

Estimate: 50,000—80,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   120,000 USD
 
272 by 167 mm 

alternate measurements
frame 502 by 392 mm 

Etching printed in dark brown, 1889, a very fine impression of Kennedy's first state (of two) (there is an impression prior to the first state in the Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow), the plate sensitively wiped for a smoky, atmospheric effect, signed in pencil with the butterfly on the tab and inscribed 'imp', also signed in pencil with the butterfly on the verso and inscribed 'for Wünderlich' and with the two circle devices indicating a select impression, on laid paper with an IT watermark, in good condition, contained in a Phaeton pattern frame of etched and varnished parchment on wood, designed by théodore roussel, 1907-08


 60     JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER 

THE SIESTA (W. 122; S./S./T. 159)

Estimate: 70,000—100,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   251,200 USD
measurements
135 by 210 mm 

alternate measurements  sheet 186 by 242 mm 7 1/4 by 9 1/2 in

Lithograph, 1896, a very fine impression of this exceptionally rare and important print, on laid paper, with margins, in good condition 
 
86     MARC CHAGALL   1887-1985
FOUR TALES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS (M. 36-48; C. BKS. 18)

Estimate: 250,000—300,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   307,200 USD
 
sheets 430 by 329 mm 

The complete set of 12 lithographs printed in colors, 1948, the colors fresh and vibrant, each signed in pencil and numbered 12/90, on laid paper, with full margins, in good condition, lacking the original paper boards and wrappers (12 prints)

88     MARC CHAGALL 
THE BASTILLE (M. 111)

Estimate: 35,000—45,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   54,000 USD
 
510 by 662 mm 
Lithograph printed in colors, 1954, signed in pencil and inscribed 'épreuve d'artiste', one of a few artist's proofs, aside from the numbered edition of 75, on Arches wove paper, with full margins, in good condition apart from mottled discoloration in the left margin, framed
 
 98     MARC CHAGALL 
DAPHNIS AND CHLOE: PHILETAS' LESSON (M. 323)

Estimate: 25,000—35,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   39,000 USD

422 by 320 mm 

Lithograph printed in colors, 1961, signed in pencil and numbered 36/60 (aside from the book edition of 250), on Arches wove paper, with full margins, in good condition apart from very pale light-stain, framed
 
 
 107     MARC CHAGALL 
DAPHNIS AND CHLOE: HYMEN (M. 349)

Estimate: 35,000—45,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   54,000 USD
 
420 by 640 mm 

Lithograph printed in colors, 1961, signed in pencil and numbered 53/60, on Arches wove paper, with wide margins, in good condition apart from pale light- and mat stain, light skinning at the upper sheet edge, verso, framed 
 
 117     MARC CHAGALL 
LE CIRQUE: ONE PRINT (M. 517)

Estimate: 25,000—35,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   45,000 USD

422 by 655 mm
Lithograph printed in colors, 1967, signed in pencil and numbered 24/24, from the portfolio published by Editions Verve, Paris, with wide margins, in good condition apart from pale light-stain, remains of prior hinging along the upper sheet edge, verso


 119     MARC CHAGALL 
IN THE LAND OF THE GODS (M. 529-40; C. BKS. 72)

Estimate: 180,000—220,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   228,000 USD
 
sheets 652 by 502 mm 25 5/8 by 19 3/4 in

The complete portfolio, comprising 12 lithographs printed in colors, ten signed in pencil and inscribed 'S', one of 25 lettered examples, from the total edition of 145, published by A.C. Mazo, Paris, 1967, on Arches wove paper, the full sheets, in good condition apart from pale time stain, contained in the original cloth-covered portfolio
 

 129     MARC CHAGALL 
SELF-PORTRAIT (M. 709)

Estimate: 15,000—20,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   21,600 USD
 
Lithograph printed in colors, 1974, signed in pencil and numbered 26/50, on Arches wove paper, with full margins, in good condition apart from pale light- and mat stain, framed

LOT 141

MARC CHAGALL
VIEW OF NOTRE DAME (M. 977)

Estimate: 35,000—45,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   60,000 USD
 
sheet 1160 by 590 mm 
Lithograph printed in colors, 1980, signed in pencil and numbered 11/50, on Arches wove paper, with full margins, in good condition except the margins and verso with mat stain, framed
 
LOT 147

MARC CHAGALL
THE SKY (M. 1034)

Estimate: 20,000—30,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   42,000 USD
 
615 by 485 mm 
Lithograph printed in colors, 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 24/50, on Arches wove paper, with full margins, in good condition apart from two pale stains in the upper and lower margins, framed

LOT 165

MAURITS CORNELIS ESCHER 1898-1972
MAGIC MIRROR (BOOL/KIST/LOCHER/WIERDA 338)

Estimate: 20,000—30,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   45,000 USD
 
275 by 445 mm 
 Lithograph, 1946, signed in pencil and numbered No 4/36, on smooth wove paper, with wide margins, in good condition (very pale mat stain in the margins), framed

LOT 185

HENRI MATISSE 1869-1954
JAZZ (SEE D. BK. 22)

Estimate: 200,000—300,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   340,800 USD

each sheet c. 422 by 655 mm

The complete portfolio of twenty unfolded pochoirs, printed in colors after collages and paper designs, signed in pencil and numbered 30, from the portfolio edition of 100, (there was also a book edition of 250), published by Tériade, Paris, 1947, the full sheets, printed to the edges, in good condition except each sheet with scattered foxing, time stain, contained in the original paper-covered boards, the surface soiled, the spine with losses

LOT 194

JOAN MIRÓ

ÉQUINOXE (D. 428)

Estimate: 40,000—60,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   78,000 USD
 
sheet 1043 by 737 mm 

Etching and aquatint with carborundum printed in colors, 1967, signed in pencil and numbered 40/75, on Mandeure rag paper, published by Maeght, the full sheet, in good condition apart from tiny specks of foxing, a few surface scuffs in the black

LOT 206

JOAN MIRÓ

LE GRAND ORDINATEUR (D. 503)

Estimate: 12,000—18,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   31,200 USD
 

sheet 1050 by 682 mm

Etching and aquatint with carborundum printed in colors, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered 3/75, on Arches wove paper, published by Maeght, the full sheet, in good condition apart from a fox mark and small rubbed spot in the left margin

LOT 210

JOAN MIRÓ
LE PENSEUR PUISSANT (D. 514)

Estimate: 8,000—12,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   24,000 USD

sheet 1057 by 680 mm 

Aquatint, etching, drypoint and carborundum printed in colors, 1969, signed in pencil and numbered 73/75, on Arches wove paper, published by Maeght, the full sheet, in good condition apart from a short tear at the left sheet edge, light rippling in the margins

LOT 231

JOAN MIRÓ

UNTITLED (D. 393; SEE C. BKS. 150 )

Estimate: 8,000—12,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   36,000 USD
 
sheet 565 by 450 mm 22 1/4 by 17 3/4 in

Woodcut with hand-coloring, 1965, from the Femmes album, signed in pencil, from the edition of 50, on Arches wove paper, published by Maeght, with full margins, in good condtion apart from pale light-stain, a fox mark in the left margin, framed

LOT 232

JOAN MIRÓ
UNTITLED (D. 393; SEE C. BKS. 150)

Estimate: 8,000—12,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   45,000 USD

sheet 565 by 450 mm 

Woodcut with hand-coloring, 1965, from the Femmes album, signed in pencil, from the edition of 50, on Arches wove paper, published by Maeght, with full margins, in good condition apart from a faint fox mark in the sheet at left, pale light-stain, framed

LOT 261

EDVARD MUNCH 1863-1944
JEALOUSY II (EIFERSUCHT II) (WOLL 69; SCHIEFLER 56)

Estimate: 40,000—60,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   102,000 USD
 
456 by 560 mm 

Lithograph, 1896, signed in pencil, on tissue-thin Japan paper, likely printed by Lassally, c. 1906, with wide margins, in good condition except the lower right sheet corner with a small crease and associated short tear, the margins with pale time stain, framed

LOT 262

PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF HANS COHN
EDVARD MUNCH

TWO HUMAN BEINGS, THE LONELY ONES (W. 157; S. 133)

Estimate: 100,000—150,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   772,000 USD
 
sheet 427 by 592 mm 

Woodcut printed in shades of blue, 1899, Woll's third state (of eight), signed in pencil, on tissue-thin Japan paper, presumably printed by Lassally c. 1917, with margins, in good condition except the sheet edges trimmed irregularly, faint mat-stain, framed

LOT 267

PABLO PICASSO 1881-1973
LE REPAS FRUGAL (BLOCH 1; GEISER/BAER 2)

Estimate: 80,000—100,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   132,000 USD
 
462 by 376 mm 
Drypoint, 1904, from the Saltimbanques suite, from the edition of 250, published by Vollard, 1913, on Van Gelder Zonen paper, with full margins, in good condition apart from pale scattered foxing in the lower margin and on the verso, pale time stain along the sheet edges

LOT 286

PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE AMERICAN COLLECTOR
PABLO PICASSO

FEMME AU FAUTEUIL ET AU CHAPEAU (BAER 647)

Estimate: 80,000—120,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   324,000 USD
 
300 by 238 in 11 13/16 by 9 3/8 in sheet 442 by 340 mm 

Aquatint and engraving, 1939, a unique impression of the fifth state of eight (there were separate plates and states for the colored inks) , the print never published, on laid paper, with the Vollard watermark, printed by Lacourière, Paris, with full margins, in good condition apart from light soiling in the outer margins, framed

LOT 290

PABLO PICASSO

FEMME AU FAUTEUIL NO. 4 (B. 588; M. 137)

Estimate: 60,000—80,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   99,000 USD

sheet 730 by 565 mm 
Lithograph, 1949, the fifth (final) state, signed in pencil and numbered 21/50, on Arches wove paper, with margins, in good condition apart from slight discoloration in the margins and on the verso, framed

LOT 297

PABLO PICASSO

FAUNE ET CHÈVRE (B. 934; BA. 1263)

Estimate: 50,000—70,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   108,000 USD
 

sheet 619 by 743 mm

Linoleum cut printed in colors, 1959, the colors fresh, signed in pencil and numbered 4/50, on Arches wove paper, with wide margins, in good condition apart from slight discoloration in the margins

LOT 300

PABLO PICASSO

PORTRAIT DE JACQUELINE DE FACE, I (B. 1064; BA. 1278)

Estimate: 50,000—70,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   108,000 USD

637 by 525 mm

Linoleum cut printed in tones of brown and black, 1962, signed in pencil and numbered 42/50, on Arches wove paper, published by Galerie Louise Leiris, with full margins, in good condition apart from significant light-stain, not affecting the colors, a crease in the lower left margin corner

LOT 303

PABLO PICASSO

GRANDE TÊTE DE FEMME (B. 1069; BA. 1303)

Estimate: 50,000—70,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   108,000 USD
 

635 by 525 mm 

Linoleum cut printed in tones of brown and black, 1962, the colors fresh, the third (final) state, signed in pencil and numbered 7/50, published by Galerie Louis Leiris, Paris, on Arches wove paper, with wide margins, in good condition apart from pale mat stain, framed

LOT 360

PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR 1841-1919
LE CHAPEAU ÉPINGLÉ, 1RE PLANCHE (D., S. 29)

Estimate: 15,000—20,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   39,000 USD

sheet 790 by 565 mm 31 1/8 by 22 1/4 in

Lithograph printed in sanguine, 1897, with a second printed signature in green, from the total edition of 200, on laid paper, with wide margins, a loss at the upper right sheet corner, pale scattered foxing, the margins with short tears, creases and soiling, backed with japan, otherwise in good condition, framed

LOT 382

HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC 1864-1901
DIVAN JAPONAIS (D. 341; A. 11; W. P11; ADR. 8)

Estimate: 20,000—30,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   48,000 USD
 

sheet 315 by 610 mm 

Lithograph printed in colors, 1892-93, printed by Ancourt, on wove paper backed with linen, with margins, generally in good condition except the sheet with several well-repaired and touched-in tears, a filled-in loss at the lower sheet edge at right, framed

LOT 395

HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

LA PASSAGÈRE DU 54 (D. 366; A. 188; W. P20 I; ADR. 137)

Estimate 30,000—35,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   57,000 USD
 

sheet 635 by 490 mm 

Lithograph printed in olive green, the first state (of two), 1895, signed in pencil and inscribed 'No. 26', from the edition of 50, with the artist's red stamp (Lugt 1338), on simile Japan paper, with margins, in good condition (the margins with slight creases and faint time stain), framed

LOT 413

CHUCK CLOSE B. 1940
SELF PORTRAIT

Estimate: 60,000—80,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   96,000 USD
 
1480 by 1220 mm 

Screenprint in colors, 2000, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 80/80 (total edition includes 15 artist's proofs), on Saunders Waterford paper, published by Pace Editions, Inc., New York, with full margins, in good condition, framed

LOT 544

JASPER JOHNS B. 1930

UNTITLED

Estimate: 40,000—60,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   84,000 USD
 

1060 by 2058 mm 

Intaglio printed in colors, 1998, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 35/44 (total edition includes 12 artist's proofs), on Hannemuhle paper, with the blindstamp of the publisher, ULAE, with full margins, in good condition, framed

LOT 574

ROY LICHTENSTEIN 1923-1997
REVERIE (C. 38)

Estimate: 80,000—120,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   132,000 USD
 

685 by 584 mm 
Screenprint in colors, 1965, signed in pencil and numbered 106/200, on smooth wove paper, from the portfolio 11 Pop Artist's Volume II, published by Original Editions, New York, with full margins, in good condition, framed 

LOT 614

ROY LICHTENSTEIN

NUDE WITH BLUE HAIR, STATE I (C. II.287)

Estimate: 50,000—70,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   108,000 USD
 

1304 by 805 mm 
Relief printed in colors, 1994, from the Nudes series, signed in pencil, dated, and inscribed 'State I' and 'P/P II', a printer's proof aside from the edition of 10 (total edition includes 6 artist's proofs), published by Tyler Graphics, Ltd., and with their blindstamp, on Rives BFK mould-made paper, with full margins, in good condition, framed

LOT 659

BARNETT NEWMAN 1905-1970
CANTO IV (SPARKS 6; COLSMAN-FREYBERGER 210)

Estimate: 40,000—60,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   144,000 USD
 

sheet 510 by 350 mm 

Lithograph printed in tones of black, 1963, signed in pencil, dated 10/63, titled and numbered 5/18, on Chatham British handmade paper, with the blindstamp of the publisher, ULAE, with full margins, in good condition, framed
 

LOT 674

THE COLLECTION OF HANS AND ALICE DE JONG, HENGELO/ASCONA
ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG B. 1925
BOOSTER (FOSTER 47; GEMINI 32)

Estimate: 40,000—60,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   108,000 USD

sheet 1830 by 900 mm 
Lithograph and screenprint in colors, 1967, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 10/38, on Curtis Rag paper, with the blindstamp of the publisher, Gemini G.E.L., the full sheet, printed to the edges, in good condition apart from light-stain, framed

LOT 771

ANDY WARHOL 1928-1987
MARILYN (F. & S. II.23)

Estimate: 80,000—100,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   114,000 USD

sheet 914 by 914 mm 
Screenprint in colors, 1967, signed in pencil on the verso and dated, stamp-numbered 55/250, on wove paper, from the portfolio published by Factory Additions, New York, the full sheet, printed to the edges, in good condition apart from mat stain on the verso, framed

LOT 774

ANDY WARHOL

ELECTRIC CHAIR (F. & S. II.74-83)

Estimate: 60,000—80,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   156,000 USD
 
each sheet 950 by 1217 mm 
The complete portfolio, comprising ten screenprints in colors, 1971, bright, fresh impressions, each signed in ballpoint pen on the verso, dated and stamp-numbered 68/250, published by Bruno Bischofberger, the full sheets, in good condition, accompanied by an original portfolio box (stamped AP XXXVI/L) (10 prints)

LOT 792

ANDY WARHOL
GRACE KELLY (F. & S. II.305)

Estimate: 25,000—35,000 USD
Lot Sold.  Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:   66,000 USD
 
sheet 1017 by 812 mm 
Screenprint in colors, 1984, signed in pencil and numbered 110/225 (total edition includes 30 artist's proofs), on Lenox Museum Board, published by The Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, the full sheet, printed to the edges, in good condition apart from a diagonal crease across the lower left sheet corner, with associated ink cracking, framed

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