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IMPRESSIONIST/MODERN

SOUTH KENSINGTON
FRIDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2015

INDEX
A
Andr, A., 75

H
Hch, H., 23

B
Bethy, E., 108
Bombois, C., 9-12
Bores. F., 71
Bourdelle, .-A., 83
Braque, G., 3
Brasilier, A., 15, 16, 48,
50, 51
Brianchon, M., 100
Buffet, B., 13, 14, 17

K
Klimt, G., 43, 45
Kokoschka, O., 37, 44
Kubin, A., 40, 41
Kupka, F., 24

C
Camoin, C., 22
Cariot, G., 117, 124
Cocteau, J., 73
D
dEspagnat, G., 128
Dal, S., 72, 74
Derain, A., 70, 86
Dix, O., 27-31
Domergue, J.-G., 129,
131
Domnguez, ., 69
Dufy, J., 46, 95
Dufy, R., 77, 93, 98
Dyf, M., 126
E
Ernst, M., 60, 63
Esteban, F., 65

L
Lanskoy, A., 103, 104
Laug, A., 87
Lebasque, H., 85
Lebourg, A., 89, 92
Lhote, A., 105
Liebermann, M., 35, 36
Lipchitz, L., 78
Luce, M., 133
M
Maclet, E., 120
Maillol, A., 84
Malle, C., 122, 134
Man-Katz, 80
Manguin, H., 88
Marc, R., 112
Marquet, A., 20
Masson, A., 58, 62
Mintchine, A., 81
Mir, J., 61
Montzin, P.E., 115
Morandi, G., 52-54
N
Nadal, C., 47, 94, 116

F
P
Feininger, L., 26
Palencia, B., 49, 101,
Foujita, L.T., 59, 64, 130
102
Franck, P., 38
Picabia, F., 66
G
Picasso, P., 1, 2, 5, 201Gall, F., 118, 123, 125
270
Goerg, E.J., 121
Pissarro, L-R., 119
Grosz, G., 32
Pissarro, P., 127, 132
Gurschner, H., 39, 42
Prax, V., 109
Gutfreund, O., 111

R
Rami, A., 271
Rodin, A., 82
S
Schuffenecker, C.-., 91
Schwitters, K., 33, 34
Severini, G., 67
Sidaner, H. le, 76, 90
Signac, P., 99
Smet, L. de, 55, 56
T
Terzian, G., 113, 114
Tobiasse, T., 79
Trotin, H., 7
V
Venard, C., 96, 97, 106,
107, 110
Vivin, L., 6, 8
Vlaminck, M. de, 18,
19, 21

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PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Tte dhomme
signed, dated and inscribed Pour Roland Pozzi Picasso Le 18.6.63. (within
the composition)
felt-tip pen on the title page of a book
10 x 8 in. (27.8 x 21.2 cm.)
Drawn on 18 June 1963

3,500-5,500

$5,500-8,600
4,400-6,900

PROVENANCE:

Roland Pozzi, and thence by descent to the present owner.

Maya Widmaier-Picasso has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


Claude Picasso has confrmed the authenticity of this work.
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PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Pour Nounours
signed, dated and inscribed Pour [...] Son ami Picasso Le 9.7.71. (within the
composition)
felt-tip pen on the frontispiece from a book
8 x 6 in. (20.9 x 15.2 cm.)
Drawn on 9 July 1971

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Maurice Bresnu, Cte dAzur, as a gift from the artist and thence by descent;
sale, Htel Drouot, Paris, 12 February 2014, lot 80.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Maya Widmaier-Picasso has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


Claude Picasso has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF RUDOLF AND LEONORE BLUM

l*3
GEORGES BRAQUE (1882-1963)
La tte
plaster and wax
Length: 4 in. (10.4 cm.)
Executed circa 1929-32

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Jeanne Frank, New York.


Rudolf & Leonore Blum, Zurich.
EXHIBITED:

Basel, Galerie Beyeler, Braque, July - September 1968.

Quentin Laurens, the holder of the Droit Moral, has confrmed that this
work is registered in his archives.
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l4
KEES VAN DONGEN (1877-1968)

l*5
AFTER PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Nu debout

Femme la collerette

signed van Dongen (lower right); signed with the initials, numbered and
with Andr Mettheys monogram No.7.V.D. (on the underside)
glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 9 in. (23.4 cm.)
Executed circa 1907, this work is unique

stitched with the signature and dated Picasso 3.7.38 (lower right) and
numbered and with the symbol 10/20 (on the reverse)
wool tapestry
82 x 72 in. (210.3 x 184 cm.)
Conceived in 1938 and executed by Marigold Enterprises in 1980 in a
numbered edition of 20 plus three hors commerce examples.

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

Jacques Chalom des Cordes will include this plate in his forthcoming
van Dongen catalogue raisonn being prepared under the sponsorship
of the Wildenstein Institute.

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000
16,000-23,000

This tapestry was conceived after Pablo Picassos eponymous oil


painting (Zervos 173).

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF HANS HELLMUT KIRST

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LOUIS VIVIN (1861-1936)
Sacr-Coeur
signed L.VIVIN (lower left)
oil on canvas
19 x 27 in. (50.5 x 69.7 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the father of the present owner in the 1960s and thence
by descent.
EXHIBITED:

Salzburg, Residenzgalerie, Die Welt der Naiven Malerei, July September 1964, no. 107.

Olivier Lorquin has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF HANS HELLMUT KIRST

l7
HECTOR TROTIN (1894-1966)
Grande Fte de la Rosire
signed h.Trotin. (lower left)
oil on panel
18 x 24 in. (46 x 61.2 cm.)

800-1,200

$1,300-1,900
1,100-1,500

PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the father of the present owner in the 1960s and thence
by descent.

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF HANS HELLMUT KIRST

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LOUIS VIVIN (1861-1936)
Scne de port
signed L.VIVIN (lower left)
oil on canvas
18 x 24 in. (46.3 x 61.3 cm.)

800-1,200

$1,300-1,900
1,100-1,500

PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the father of the present owner in the 1960s and thence
by descent.

Olivier Lorquin has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*9
CAMILLE BOMBOIS
(1883-1970)
Avant de paratre
signed Bombois C.lle (lower left)
oil on canvas
36 x 23 in. (92.2 x 60.5 cm.)
Painted circa 1927

25,000-35,000

$40,000-55,000
32,000-44,000

PROVENANCE:

Perls Galleries, New York (no. 7363).


Acquired from the above by the present owner in the
1970s.

Olivier Lorquin and Didier Jumaux have confrmed


the authenticity of this work.
Camille Bombois worked from a young age in
a variety of jobs, as a sailor and a wrestler on
fairgrounds near Paris, painting in his spare time.
The circus would later serve as the inspiration
for many of his most important works. Meeting
German critic Wilhelm Uhde, a champion of
Nave Art, in 1922 sparked fruitful support for
Bombois that would see his representation in Paris
exhibitions. The following four lots are from this
time in the 1920s, when he was becoming known
within Parisian avant-garde circles.
Bombois painted with careful sensitivity, attention
and respect for each subject. They rosey-cheeked
buxom females in Avant de paratre and Les belles
contes bleux display strength, curvaceousness
and seriousness far away from the elegance and
chic of the Parisian upper class. The vividness of
colour in their clothing, fesh and surroundings,
and simplicity of form makes a direct and bold
statement.
The artists particular attention to detail holds
an intimate quality, a personal specifcity that
alternates between the intriguing, the humorous
and the precious. Tiny caricatures can often
be found in the peripheral minutiae of each
composition; the tiny clothes on the washing
line in Promenade en banlieue, the tiny potplant
sitting on the doorstep in Les nouvelles du village,
the paintings within a painting of Avant de
paratre. These are quiet murmurs of the general
milieu of each situation and narrative which brings
a feeling of commentary, an added entertainment
and characterful humour to each work.
He paints true to life, what he sees, what he
loves spontaneously in daily life - Wilhelm Uhde

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

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CAMILLE BOMBOIS (1883-1970)
Les beaux contes bleux

PROVENANCE:

signed Bombois C.lle (lower right)


oil on canvas
36 x 28 in. (92 x 73 cm.)
Painted circa 1925

18,000-25,000

Perls Galleries, New York.


Acquired from the above by the present owner in the 1970s.

$29,000-39,000
23,000-31,000

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Olivier Lorquin and Didier Jumaux have confrmed the


authenticity of this work.

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR


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CAMILLE BOMBOIS (1883-1970)
Les nouvelles du village
signed Bombois.C.lle (lower right)
oil on canvas
21 x 18 in. (54.8 x 46.3 cm.)
Executed circa 1926

6,000-10,000

$9,500-16,000
7,600-13,000

PROVENANCE:

Perls Galleries, New York.


Acquired from the above by the present owner in the
1970s.
EXHIBITED:

DeKalb, Swen Parson Gallery, The Magic of Nave,


1992; this exhibition later travelled to Beloit, Wright
Museum of Art, Charleston, Tarble Arts Center, West
Lafayette, Purdue University Galleries and Elkhart,
Midwest Museum of American Art.

Olivier Lorquin and Didier Jumaux have confrmed


the authenticity of this work.

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CAMILLE BOMBOIS (1883-1970)
Promenade en banlieue
signed Bombois.C.lle (lower left)
oil on canvas
13 x 16 in. (33.2 x 41 cm.)
Painted circa 1929

5,000-8,000

$7,900-13,000
6,300-10,000

PROVENANCE:

Perls Galleries, New York.


Acquired from the above by the present owner in the
1970s.
EXHIBITED:

DeKalb, Swen Parson Gallery, The Magic of Nave,


1992; this exhibition later travelled to Beloit, Wright
Museum of Art, Charleston, Tarble Arts Center, West
Lafayette, Purdue University Galleries and Elkhart,
Midwest Museum of American Art.

Olivier Lorquin and Didier Jumaux have confrmed


the authenticity of this work.

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PROPERTY FROM A NOTABLE COLLECTION

l*13
BERNARD BUFFET (1928-1999)
Pain et ufs sur le plat

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Htel Drouot, Paris, 16 December 1980, lot 54.


Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo (no. 186).
Acquired from the above by the present owner in March 1981.

signed and dated Bernard Buffet 55 (upper centre)


oil on canvas
15 x 68 in. (40.3 x 175 cm.)
Painted in 1955

30,000-40,000

$48,000-63,000
38,000-50,000

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This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Galerie


Maurice Garnier and is recoreded in their Bernard Buffet
Archives.

PROPERTY FROM A NOTABLE COLLECTION

l*14
BERNARD BUFFET (1928-1999)
Bouquet de feurs dans un pot lait
signed and dated Bernard Buffet 54 (upper
centre)
oil on canvas
39 x 21 in. (99.8 x 54.7 cm.)
Painted in 1954

30,000-50,000
$48,000-79,000
38,000-63,000
PROVENANCE:

Arthur Tooth & Sons, London.


Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 30 June
1983, lot 400.
Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo.
Acquired from the above by the present owner
in 1984.

This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from


Galerie Maurice Garnier and is recoreded in
their Bernard Buffet Archives.

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l*15
ANDR BRASILIER (B. 1929)
Chantal aux tulipes
signed Andr Brasilier (lower right); signed,
dated and inscribed Chantal aux tulipes Andr
Brasilier 1972 (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
24 x 18 in. (61.2 x 46.3 cm.)
Painted in 1972

5,000-7,000

$7,900-11,000
6,300-8,800

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Japan.

Alexis Brasilier has confrmed the authenticity


of this work and it will be included in the
forthcoming Andr Brasilier catalogue raisonn

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ANDR BRASILIER (B. 1929)
Nampteuil sous Muret, Aisne
signed Andr Brasilier (lower left); signed, dated
and inscribed Nampteuil sous Muret (Aisne)
Andr Brasilier 1966 (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
23 x 28 in. (60 x 73 cm.)
Painted in 1966

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Htel Drouot, Paris, 23 June


1995, lot 53.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

This work is sold with a certifcate from


Alexis Brasilier and it will be included in
the forthcoming Andr Brasilier catalogue
raisonn.

PROPERTY FROM A NOTABLE COLLECTION

l*17
BERNARD BUFFET (1928-1999)
Le moulin vent

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo.


Acquired from the above by the present owner in April 1981.

signed and dated Bernard Buffet 51 (upper right)


oil on canvas
44 x 57 in. (114 x 146.8 cm.)
Painted in 1951

35,000-45,000

$55,000-71,000

This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Galerie Maurice Garnier


and is recoreded in their Bernard Buffet Archives.

44,000-57,000

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l*18
MAURICE DE VLAMINCK
(1876-1958)
Rue Harly
signed Vlaminck (lower left)
pen and India ink on paper
13 x 17 in. (35 x 44.3 cm.)

3,000-5,000
$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300
PROVENANCE:

Galerie Vildrac, Paris (no. 280).


Marcel Bernheim & Cie, Paris.
Private Collection, Japan, by whom
acquired in the 1930s/1940s and thence
by descent.

This work will be included in the


forthcoming catalogue critique of
Maurice de Vlamincks paintings,
drawings and ceramics being
prepared by Math Valls-Bled
and Godelieve de Vlaminck under
the sponsorship of the Wildenstein
Institute.
PROPERTY FROM
A NOTABLE COLLECTION

l*19
MAURICE DE VLAMINCK
(1876-1958)
Le Sausseron Valmondois
signed Vlaminck (lower right)
oil on canvas
21 x 25 in. (54 x 65 cm.)

16,000-24,000
$26,000-38,000
21,000-30,000
PROVENANCE:

Ernest de Frenne, Paris.


Private collection, France, by whom
acquired from the above in 1929, and
thence by descent; sale, Christies,
London, 2 December 1986, lot 389.
Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo.
Acquired from the above by the present
owner in October 1990.

This work will be included in the


forthcoming catalogue critique of
Maurice de Vlamincks paintings,
drawings and ceramics being
prepared by Math Valls-Bled
and Godelieve de Vlaminck under
the sponsorship of the Wildenstein
Institute.

PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE ENGLISH COLLECTION

20
ALBERT MARQUET (1875-1947)
La Frette

PROVENANCE:

signed marquet (lower right)


oil on canvas
20 x 24 in. (50.7 x 61.6 cm.)
Painted in 1939

25,000-35,000

Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 27 June 1990, lot 219.


Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

$40,000-55,000

This work will be included in the critical catalogue of Albert Marquets


paintings being prepared by the Wildenstein Institute.

32,000-44,000

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PROPERTY FROM A NOTABLE COLLECTION

l*21
MAURICE DE VLAMINCK (1876-1958)
Le tunnel

PROVENANCE:

signed Vlaminck (lower left)


oil on canvas
18 x 21 in. (45.8 x 54.7 cm.)

Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo (no. 268).


Acquired from the above by the present owner in
October 1990.

20,000-30,000

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

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This work will be included in the forthcoming


catalogue critique of Maurice de Vlamincks paintings,
drawings and ceramics being prepared by Math
Valls-Bled and Godelieve de Vlaminck under the
sponsorship of the Wildenstein Institute.

l22
CHARLES CAMOIN (1879-1965)
Le remorqueur dans le port de Saint-Tropez

20,000-30,000

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Vildrac, Paris (no. 2479).


Galerie E. Druet, Paris.
Acquired by the present owner by the 1960s.

signed Ch Camoin (lower left)


oil on canvas
21 x 32 in. (54 x 81.5 cm.)
Painted in 1928

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

Anne-Marie Grammont-Camoin has confrmed the authenticity


of this work.

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l23
HANNAH HCH (1889-1978)
Katze
signed with the initials H.H. (lower right)
watercolour and pen and India ink on paper
4 x 5 in. (12.5 x 13.6 cm.)
Probably executed before 1930

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate (with the estate stamp on the reverse of the artists mount).
Private collection, England.

Dr. Ralf Burmeister has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


This watercolour is related to the oil Symbolic Landscape III of 1930. In
the late 1920s Hannah Hch owned a cat called Nin, who according to
Dr. Burmeister is probably portrayed here.

l24
FRANTIEK KUPKA (1871-1957)
Autour dun point (E.III)
stamped with the artists signature (lower left)
gouache and pencil on paper
8 x 9 in. (21.6 x 23 cm.)
Executed circa 1920

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Karl Flinker, Paris.

Pierre Brull has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l25
ERICH BUCHHOLZ (1891-1972)
Komposition
signed and dated EBuchholz 21 (lower right); signed and dated EBuchholz 21 (on the reverse)
brush and India ink on paper
13 x 10 in. (34.7 x 27.3 cm.)
Executed in 1921

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

PROVENANCE:

Rose Fried Gallery, New York.


Judith Rothschield, New York.
Anonymous sale, Sothebys, New York, 22 June 2005, lot 382.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

New York, Rose Fried Gallery, circa 1956.


London, Annely Juda Fine Art, Abstraction 1910-1940, July - September 1980, no. 27.

26
LYONEL FEININGER (1871-1956)
Paris Faades IV

PROVENANCE:

signed, dated and inscribed Feininger Paris Faades IV 31.VII.53 (lower


margin)
watercolour, pen and ink and wash on paper
19 x 12 in. (48.6 x 31.3 cm.)
Executed on 31 July 1953

18,000-25,000

$29,000-39,000
23,000-31,000

Private collection, Germany, by whom acquired in the 1960s thence by


descent; sale, Christies, London, 22 June 2011, lot 128.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Achim Moeller, Managing Principal of The Lyonel Feininger Project LLC,


has confrmed the authenticity of this work. The work is registered in
the archives of The Lyonel Feininger Project LLC, New York Berlin no.
469-05-12-11.

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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED ITALIAN COLLECTION

l27
OTTO DIX (1891-1969)

l28
OTTO DIX (1891-1969)

Betonierter Schtzengraben

Angres

signed DIX (lower right)


gouache on paper
11 x 11 in. (28.8 x 28.5 cm.)
Executed circa 1916-1917

signed, dated and inscribed Angres DIX 16 (lower right)


charcoal on paper
11 x 11 in. (29 x 28.7 cm.)
Executed in Angres in 1916

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000

10,000-15,000

16,000-23,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Klihm, Munich.


Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner in 1972.

Galerie Klihm, Munich.


Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner in 1972.

EXHIBITED:

EXHIBITED:

Freiburg, Kunstverein, Otto Dix, 1950, no. 61.


Munich, Galerie Klihm, Otto Dix, Zeichnungen und Gouachen 1911-1918,
1962, no. 19 (illustrated); exhibited here again in 1966 (no. 4) and 1971.
Stuttgart, Wrttembergischer Kunstverein, Otto Dix, Handzeichnungen,
Gouachen, Radierungen von 1911-1928, 1963, no. 58.
Nuremberg, Frnkische Galerie am Marientor, Otto Dix, 1965, no. 41.
Baden-Baden, Galerie Dr. Ernst Hauswedell, Otto Dix, 1967, no. 12.
Dusseldorf, Kunstverein, Otto Dix, 1968, no. 5.
Salzburg, Galerie Welz, Otto Dix, 1969, no. 11.
Essen, Museum Folkwang, Otto Dix, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Radierfolge
Der Krieg, December 1971 - January 1972, no. 16 (illustrated); this
exhibition later travelled to Frankfurt, Kunstverein, Bielefeld, Kunsthalle,
Rome, Galleria Giulia, Turin, Milan, Galleria del Levante, Bologna, Galleria
Forni and Bolzano, Galleria Goethe.
Rome, Galleria Giulia, Otto Dix, November 1972, no. 16.
Munich, Museum Villa Stuck, Otto Dix, August - October 1985, p. 35, no. 11.
Rome, Galleria Giulia, Otto Dix, 1985, no. 1 (illustrated).

Nuremberg, Frnkische Galerie am Marientor, Otto Dix, 1965, no. 40.


Dusseldorf, Kunstmuseum, Frhe Zeichnungen von Otto Dix, 1966, no. 25.
Gttingen, Stdtisches Museum am Ritterplan, Otto Dix, Gesellschaftskritik
und Kunst, September - October 1968, no. 18.
Essen, Museum Folkwang, Otto Dix, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Radierfolge
Der Krieg, December 1971 - January 1972, no. 23; this exhibition later
travelled to Frankfurt, Kunstverein, Bielefeld, Kunsthalle, Rome, Galleria
Giulia, Turin, Milan, Galleria del Levante, Bologna, Galleria Forni and Bolzano,
Galleria Goethe.

LITERATURE:

O. Conzelmann, Der andere Dix, Sein Bild vom Menschen und vom Krieg,
Stuttgart, 1983, no. 189 (illustrated p. 122).
S. Pfffe, Otto Dix, Werkverzeichnis der Aquarelle und Gouachen, Stuttgart,
1991, no. G1917/4 (illustrated p. 267).

LITERATURE:

K. van Lil, Otto Dix und der Erste Weltkrieg, Die Natur des Menschen in der
Ausnahmesituation, Munich, 1999 (illustrated p. 143).
U. Lorenz, Otto Dix, Das Werkverzeichnis der Zeichnungen und Pastelle, vol.
1, Weimar, 2003, no. WK 5.4.49 (illustrated p. 418).

PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED ITALIAN COLLECTION

l29
OTTO DIX (1891-1969)

l30
OTTO DIX (1891-1969)

Margot

Hedwig

signed and dated 1920.DIX (lower right) and inscribed Margot


(upper centre)
pencil on paper
16 x 13 in. (42.5 x 33 cm.)
Drawn in 1920

signed and dated DIX 1921 (lower right) and inscribed Hedwig
(upper right)
black crayon on paper
19 x 13 in. (49.3 x 34.4 cm.)
Drawn in 1921

8,000-12,000

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Klihm, Munich.


Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner in 1972.

Hans Goltz, Munich.


Galerie Klihm, Munich.
Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner in 1972.

EXHIBITED:

Nuremberg, Frnkische Galerie am Marientor, Otto Dix, 1965, no. 59.


Munich, Galerie Klihm, Otto Dix, 1966, no. VIII.
Gttingen, Stdtisches Museum am Ritterplan, Otto Dix, Gesellschaftskritik
und Kunst, September - October 1968, no. 39.
Essen, Museum Folkwang, Otto Dix, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Radierfolge
Der Krieg, December 1971 - January 1972, no. 55; this exhibition later
travelled to Frankfurt, Kunstverein, Bielefeld, Kunsthalle, Rome, Galleria
Giulia, Turin, Milan, Galleria del Levante, Bologna, Galleria Forni and Bolzano,
Galleria Goethe.
Munich, Museum Villa Stuck, Otto Dix, August - October 1985, no. 330.

EXHIBITED:

LITERATURE:

H. Kinkel, Otto Dix, Protokolle der Hlle, Zeichnungen, Frankfurt & Hamburg,
1968 (illustrated p. 66).
B.S. Barton, Otto Dix und die Neue Sachlichkeit, Michigan, 1971, no. IV.C.55.
U. Lorenz, Otto Dix, Das Werkverzeichnis der Zeichnungen und Pastelle, vol.
8, Weimar, 2003, no. EDV 5.1.18 (illustrated p. 683).

B. S. Barton, Otto Dix und die Neue Sachlichkeit, Michigan, 1971, no. III.C.19.
U. Lorenz, Otto Dix, Das Werkverzeichnis der Zeichnungen und Pastelle, vol.
8, Weimar, 2003, no. EDV 5.3.2 (illustrated p. 707).

Hamburg, Kunstverein, Otto Dix, 1966, no. 134; this exhibition later travelled
to Frankfurt, Kunstverein.
Essen, Museum Folkwang, Otto Dix, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Radierfolge
Der Krieg, December 1971 - January 1972, no. 59 (illustrated); this
exhibition later travelled to Frankfurt, Kunstverein, Bielefeld, Kunsthalle,
Rome, Galleria Giulia, Turin, Milan, Galleria del Levante, Bologna, Galleria
Forni and Bolzano, Galleria Goethe.
Munich, Museum Villa Stuck, Otto Dix, August - October 1985, no. 333.
LITERATURE:

This drawing is a study for the etching Vohse (Karsch 22). According
to Ulrike Lorenz, this is one of the few nude drawings which Otto Dix
directly translated into a print.

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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED ITALIAN COLLECTION

l31
OTTO DIX (1891-1969)
Skizze zur Kriegsradierung Matrosen in
Antwerpen
signed DIX (lower right); signed and DIX (on the reverse)
pencil on paper
12 x 17 in. (30.7 x 43.2 cm.)
Drawn circa 1923-1924, with further sketches on the reverse

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

PROVENANCE:

31

Galerie Klihm, Munich.


Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner in
1972.
EXHIBITED:

Essen, Museum Folkwang, Otto Dix, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen,


Radierfolge Der Krieg, December 1971 - January 1972, no.
118 (illustrated); this exhibition later travelled to Frankfurt,
Kunstverein, Bielefeld, Kunsthalle, Rome, Galleria Giulia, Turin,
Milan, Galleria del Levante, Bologna, Galleria Forni and Bolzano,
Galleria Goethe.
Rome, Galleria Giulia, Otto Dix, November 1972, no. 118.
LITERATURE:

B.S. Barton, Otto Dix und die Neue Sachlichkeit, Michigan, 1981,
no. VII.C.8.
S. Pfffe, Otto Dix, Werkverzeichnis der Aquarelle und Gouachen,
Stuttgart, 1991, p. 143 ff.
U. Lorenz, Otto Dix, Das Werkverzeichnis der Zeichnungen und
Pastelle, vol. 8, Weimar, 2003, no. EDV 12.0.17 (illustrated p. 893).

This drawing is a study for the etching Matrosen in


Antwerpen (Karsch 101) which is part of Otto Dixs famous
series Der Krieg.

32 (recto)

32
GEORGE GROSZ (1893-1959)
Waffenschieber (recto) and Sitzende Frau (verso)
signed and inscribed GROSZ 136. Studie and with the artists
date stamp 21. Feb. 23. (on the reverse)
reed pen and India ink on paper
22 x 18 in. (56.8 x 46.2 cm.)
Executed in 1923

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate, 1959 (with the Nachlass stamp and numbered
3.68.5 on the reverse).
Richard A. Cohn, New York.
Anonymous sale, Sothebys, New York, 5 October 1992, lot 101.
Tony Subal Kunsthandel, Vienna.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.

Ralph Jentsch has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


32 (verso)

l33
KURT SCHWITTERS
(1887-1948)
Ohne Titel (Norwegische Landschaft
aus der Erinnerung)
signed with the initials and dated KS 40 (lower
right)
oil on panel
9 x 12 in. (25.2 x 31.2 cm.)
Painted in 1940

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate.


Edith Wantee Thomas, London, by descent from
the above, and thence by descent.
Private collection, England, as a gift from the
above.
EXHIBITED:

Kendal, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kurt Schwitters in


England, January - February 1982, no. 2.
Sheffeld, Mappin Art Gallery, Schwitters in
Britain, May - June 1987; this exhibition later
travelled to Kendal, Abbot Hall Art Gallery.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Baltic Centre for
Contemporary Art & Hatton Gallery, No Socks,
Kurt Schwitters and the Merzbarn, April - May
1999, no. 17.
LITERATURE:

K. Orchard & I. Schulz, Kurt Schwitters, Catalogue


Raisonn, vol. 3, 1937-1948, Hanover, 2006, no.
2647 (illustrated p. 253).

Kurt Schwitters painted this Norwegian landscape in 1940, when he was at one of the World
War II internment camps in England. A landscape painted from memory, full in colour with
strong hints of impasto, this work speaks of escapism, a utopian and somewhat expressionistic
vision of the great outdoors. This bears a striking contrast to the Dada collages for which he is
best known, however Schwitters enjoyed exploring both styles throughout his lifetime and subtle
commonalities are to be found between both, evidently in the recognizable colour scheme and,
where this work is concerned, in the tiny newsprint impressions evident upon close inspection
within the varnish. This piece belonged formerly to Edith Wantee Thomas whom Schwitters
would meet the year after it was painted, in December 1941, and who would remain his partner
for the rest of his life.

l34
KURT SCHWITTERS
(1887-1948)
Lake Windermere near Low Wood
signed with the initials and dated KS 46
(lower right); signed, dated and inscribed Kurt
Schwitters 1946 Lake Windermere (on the
reverse)
oil on board
10 x 14 in. (26.8 x 36.6 cm.)
Painted in 1946

7,000-9,000

$11,000-14,000
8,800-11,000

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London,


30 November 1967, lot 173.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Dr. Karin Orchard and Dr. Isabel Schulz have


confrmed the authenticity of this work
and it will be included in the forthcoming
supplement to the Kurt Schwitters catalogue
raisonn.

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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF NIKKI VAN DER ZYL

35
MAX LIEBERMANN (1847-1935)
Buchenwald bei Ksen, study for Gedchtnisfeier fr
Kaiser Friedrich III in Ksen
signed MLiebermann (lower right)
charcoal on paper
Drawn in 1911
18 x 11 in. (46.1 x 29.1 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Georg Less, Breslau, by 1914.


Anneliese van der Zyl-Less, Majorca, by descent from the above.
Nikki van der Zyl, London, by descent from the above.
LITERATURE:

E. Hancke, Chronik, Eine Zeichnung von Liebermann, Buchenwald bei Ksen,


in Kunst und Knstler, vol. 9, 12, 1. Sept. 1911, p. 650 (illustrated p. 608).
E. Hancke, Max Liebermann, Sein Leben und seine Werke, Berlin 1914
(illustrated p. 245, titled Buchenhalle in Ksen)
Exh. cat. Max Liebermann in seiner Zeit, Nationalgalerie Berlin, 1979/80,
mentioned under no. 234.
M. Eberle, Max Liebermann, Werkverzeichnis der Gemlde und lstudien,
vol. 1, Munich 1995, p. 338.

Drs Margreet Nouwen has confrmed the authenticity of this drawing.


According to Drs Margreet Nouwen, this drawing is a study for the oil
Gedchtnisfeier fr Kaiser Friedrich III in Ksen (Eberle 1889/2) Tate Gallery,
London, painted in 1889.

36
MAX LIEBERMANN (1847-1935)
Badekarren und Pferd am Strand von
Noordwijk
signed MLiebermann (lower left)
black crayon on paper
5 x 8 in. (13.4 x 21.4 cm.)
Drawn in 1911

1,200-1,800

$1,900-2,800
1,600-2,300

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, England.

Drs Margreet Nouwen has confrmed the


authenticity of this drawing.
This drawing is a study for the oil Grner
Badekarren (Eberle 1911/19), painted in 1911.

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

l37
OSKAR KOKOSCHKA
(1886-1980)
Mdchenakt
signed with the initials, dated and inscribed OK
53 Salzburg (lower right)
wax crayon on paper
11 x 15 in. (29.8 x 39.7)
Executed in Salzburg in 1953

5,000-7,000

$7,900-11,000
6,300-8,800

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Switzerland.


Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 24 June
1991, lot 92.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Graz, Kulturhaus der Stadt, Oskar Kokoschka,


Farbstiftakte, Zeichnungen aus den vierziger
und fnfziger Jahren, June - September 1985,
no. 16 (illustrated); this exhibition later travelled
to Salzburg, Rupertinum and Bonn, Rheinisches
Landesmuseum.

Dr. Alfred Weidinger has confrmed the


authenticity of this work and it will be
included in the forthcoming third volume of
the Oskar Kokoschka catalogue raisonn of
drawings and watercolours.

38
PHILIPP FRANCK (1860-1944)
Birken im Neuen Garten, Vorfrhling
signed and dated PHILIPP-FRANCK 1937 (lower
right)
oil on canvas
44 x 47 in. (112.3 x 120 cm.)
Painted in 1937

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), and


thence by descent to the present owner.

Wolfgang Immenhausen has confrmed the


authenticity of this painting.
According to Wolfgang Immenhausen, this
painting depicts the Neuer Garten in Berlin
Potsdam in early spring with Heiliger See and
Marmorpalais in the background.

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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE ENGLISH COLLECTION

l39
HERBERT GURSCHNER (1901-1975)
Tiroler Paare im Schnee
signed GURSCHNER. (lower left)
oil on panel
10 x 8 in. (27.4 x 22 cm.)

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate and thence by descent to the present owner.

Roland Widder has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l40
ALFRED KUBIN (1877-1959)
Jger und Wilderer
signed AKubin (lower right) and inscribed Jger und Wilderer (lower left)
watercolour and pen and India ink on cadastre paper
image: 8 x 8 in. (22 x 21 cm.)
sheet: 12 x 11 in. (32.3 x 28.8 cm.)

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 5 December 1985, lot 529.


Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Dr. Annegret Hoberg, Kubin-Archiv, Stdtische Galerie im


Lenbachhaus, Munich, has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l41
ALFRED KUBIN (1877-1959)
Abenteuer eines Kaisers
signed Kubin (lower right) and inscribed Abenteuer eines Kaisers (lower
left)
pencil on cadastre paper
10 x 14 in. (26 x 36.2 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Donald Thomas Bergen, Kennebunkport, Maine.


Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 26 June 1985, lot 338.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Dr. Annegret Hoberg, Kubin-Archiv, Stdtische Galerie im


Lenbachhaus, Munich, has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE ENGLISH COLLECTION

l42
HERBERT GURSCHNER
(1901-1975)
Alkohol
signed, indistinctly dated and inscribed
H.GVRSCHNER.MVHLAV.19.TIROL.24
(lower left)
oil on burlap
38 x 25 in. (98 x 64.8 cm.)
Painted in Tirol in 1924

15,000-25,000
$24,000-39,000
19,000-31,000
PROVENANCE:

The artists estate and thence by descent to


the present owner.

Roland Widder has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.
Herbert Gurschners father was a wine
dealer and for many years had a typical
Austrian wine bar. According to Roland
Widder, this is likely to have inspired the
artist to paint this picture.
Gurschners compositions from the
1920s strongly recall the expressionistic
colour and mannerism of El Greco,
revered for his inventive uniqueness
by many Modern artists. As remarked
by Desmond Chapman-Huston: In all
Gurschners crowded canvasses you will
fnd El Grecos unfailing upwardness;
if the Greek takes us out and beyond
ourselves, in doing so he never fails
to bear us heavenward as do Gothic
spires. () Gurschner has something
of this unique magic and, although he
does not at present know it he adores,
and freely uses, El Grecos soft yellowgreen half-ripe lemon; he has also the
masters love for, understanding of, and
skill in painting hands; he has much of
El Grecos living movement; he is not
static or dead. But vibrating vibrating
without glamour or noise, reposeful...
(C. & R. Widder, Herbert Gurschner, Ein
Tiroler in London, Innsbruck, 2000, pp.
42-43).

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43
GUSTAV KLIMT (1862-1918)
Stehend nach links, study for Bildnis Hermine Gallia
pencil on paper
17 x 12 in. (45.3 x 32.2 cm.)
Drawn circa 1903-04

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000
16,000-23,000

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate.


Rudolf Zimpel, by whom acquired from the above.
Galleria del Levante, Milan.
EXHIBITED:

Vienna, Gustav Klimt, Eine Nachlese, 70 Bedeutende Zeichnungen,


March - May 1963, no. 15 (illustrated).
LITERATURE:

A. Strobl, Gustav Klimt, Die Zeichnungen 1878-1903, Salzburg, 1980,


no. 1034 (illustrated p. 297).

This work is a study for the oil Bildnis Hermine Gallia (Novotny-Dobai
138), today in the National Gallery, London. Gallia was an important
patron of the arts in Vienna during Gustav Klimts time and is the
subject of several important works by the artist.

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE ENGLISH COLLECTION

l44
OSKAR KOKOSCHKA (1886-1980)
Clematis und Rosen
signed, dated and inscribed fr die liebe Doris zu Weihnachten OKokoschka
1967 (lower right)
watercolour on paper
24 x 19 in. (62.9 x 49.8 cm.)
Executed 1967

15,000-20,000

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, England, a gift from the artist for Christmas 1967,
and thence by descent to the present owner.

Dr Alfred Weidinger has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

30

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE AUSTRALIAN COLLECTION

Fischer Fine Art, London.


Acquired from the above and thence by descent to the present owner.

*45
GUSTAV KLIMT (1862-1918)

EXHIBITED:

Stehender Frauenakt nach links, die Hnde an der Brust


with the Nachlass stamp (Lugt 1575; lower right; slightly faded) and inscribed
R (lower right)
black crayon on paper
17 x 12 in. (44.8 x 31.7 cm.)
Drawn circa 1898-1903

20,000-30,000

PROVENANCE:

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

London, Fischer Fine Art Gallery, Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and artists from
the Viennese Secession, July 1985.
LITERATURE:

A. Strobl, Gustav Klimt, Die Zeichnungen, Nachtrag, Salzburg, 1989,


no. 3406 (illustrated p. 97).

This drawing is related to the oils Irrlichter and Beethovenfries


(Novotny-Dobai 127), according to Alice Strobl, this is probably
indicated by the inscribed R.

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l46
JEAN DUFY (1888-1964)
Bouquet danmones de tulipes et
de mimosa
signed Jean Dufy (lower right)
watercolour and gouache on card
21 x 16 in. (54.7 x 41 cm.)
Executed circa 1942-1945

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Hammer Galleries, New York.


LITERATURE:

J. Bailly, Jean Dufy, Catalogue raisonn de


loeuvre, vol. 2, Paris, 2010, no. J.1407 (illustrated
p. 322).

l47
CARLOS NADAL (1917-1998)
Club nautique
signed and dated CNadal 82 (lower centre);
signed and inscribed CLUB NAUTIQUE
CNadal(on the reverse)
oil on paper laid down on canvas
18 x 21 in. (46.2 x 55.3 cm.)
Painted in 1982

7,000-10,000

$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000

The Comit Nadal has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.

l*48
ANDR BRASILIER (B. 1929)
Les peupliers dors (Vision dautomne)

EXHIBITED:

signed Andr Brasilier. (lower right); signed and inscribed Vision


dautomne. A.B. (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
57 x 38 in. (146 x 97 cm.)
Painted in 1987

15,000-20,000

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

Vancouver, Buschlen Mowatt Gallery, Andr Brasilier, In Search of the


Invisible, April - May 1988 (illustrated p. 63).
LITERATURE:

Y. le Pichon, Andr Brasilier, ses transfgurations, Paris, 1989 (illustrated p.


127).
X. de Coulanges, Andr Brasilier, Catalogue Raisonn 1982-2002, vol. I,
Lausanne, 2002,
no. 1987/59 (illustrated p. 101).

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Etienne Sassi, Paris.


Private Collection, Japan.

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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

l*49
BENJAMN PALENCIA (1894-1980)
Serranillos

EXHIBITED:

signed B.Palencia 51 (lower left)


oil on canvas
35 x 45 in. (89 x 115.5 cm. )
Painted in 1951

Madrid, I Bienal Hispano Americana de Arte, 1951 (no. 248)


(probably) Venice, XXVIII Biennale di Venezia, 1956.

15,000-20,000

LITERATURE:

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

PROVENANCE:

Biosca Galeria de Arte, Madrid (no. 15.699).


Acquired by the present owner in the 1980s.

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L. F. Vivanco, Primera Bienal Hispano Americana de Arte, Madrid,


1952 (illustrated)
R. Faraldo, B. Palencia, Madrid, 1972 (illustrated)

Mr Ramn Palencia has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


This painting depicts the picturesque scene of the village
Serranillos which is located in the area of vila, Spain. Benjamn
Palencia moved to a small village within this area in the late
1940s.

l*50
ANDR BRASILIER (B. 1929)
Cavalcade au ciel ros
signed Andr Brasilier. (lower right); signed, dated and inscribed Cavalcade
au Ciel ros A.B. 2010 (on the reverse)
oil and pencil on canvas
25 x 18 in. (65 x 46 cm.)

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Japan.

This work is sold with a certifcate from Alexis Brasilier and it will be
included in the forthcoming Andr Brasilier catalogue raisonn.

l*51
ANDR BRASILIER (B. 1929)
Le vase de Sicile
signed Andr Brasilier. (lower centre); signed, dated and inscribed Le Vase
de Sicile A.B. 1979. (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
39 x 28 in. (100 x 73 cm.)
Painted in 1979

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000
16,000-23,000

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Shinwa Art, Tokyo, 22 March 2014, lot 121.


Private Collection, Japan.

This work is sold with a certifcate from Alexis Brasilier and it will be
included in the forthcoming Andr Brasilier catalogue raisonn.

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l52
GIORGIO MORANDI (1890-1964)
Fiori
signed Morandi (lower centre)
pencil on paper
9 x 7 in. (24 x 20 cm.)
Drawn in 1950

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

T. Varni, Bologna.
G. Golinelli, Bologna.
Private collection, Alessandria.
Anonymous sale, Finarte, Milan, 17 May 1990, lot 212.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Siena, Palazzo Pubblico, Morandi, I fiori, November 1990 January 1991, no. 32 (illustrated).
Piacenza, Galleria Braga, Morandi, Riflessioni sullopera,
December 1991 - March 1992, no. 19 (illustrated).
LITERATURE:

E. Tavoni, Morandi, Disegni, vol. I, Bologna, 1981, no. 124


(illustrated p. 143).
E. Tavoni, Morandi, Disegni, Catalogo generale, Milan, 1994,
no. 1950 1 (illustrated p. 108).

l53
GIORGIO MORANDI (1890-1964)
Natura Morta
signed Morandi (lower centre)
pencil on paper
3 x 4 in. (8 x 10.2 cm.)
Drawn in 1962

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Milan.

The Centro Studi Giorgio Morandi has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.

l54
GIORGIO MORANDI (1890-1964)
Paesaggio
signed Morandi (lower centre)
pencil on paper
2 x 3 in. (7.1 x 9.8 cm.)
Drawn in 1963

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Bologna.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.

The Centro Studi Giorgio Morandi has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.

l55
LON DE SMET (1881-1966)
Bateaux au port
signed with the monogram LDS (lower right)
oil on board
20 x 19 in. (52.6 x 49.2 cm.)

7,000-12,000

$11,000-19,000
8,800-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Belgium, acquired directly from


the artist, and thence by descent.

Piet Boyens has confrmed the authenticity of


this work.

l56
LON DE SMET (1881-1966)
Lever de soleil sur la rivire Lys,
Ghent
signed with the monogram and dated
1913 LDS (lower right)
oil on canvas
13 x 19 in. (33.3 x 49.5 cm.)
Painted in 1913

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Belgium, acquired directly from


the artist, and thence by descent to the present
owner.

Piet Boyens has confrmed the authenticity of


this work.

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l57
JOAN MIR (1893-1983)
Les essencies de la terra
signed Mir. (lower right)
wax crayon and colour lithograph on Japan paper
19 x 14 in. (50 x 35.7 cm.)
Executed circa 1968

15,000-25,000

$24,000-39,000
19,000-31,000

ADOM (Association pour la dfense de loeuvre de Joan Mir) has confrmed the authenticity of this
work.

l58
ANDR MASSON (1896-1987)
La statue agressive

PROVENANCE:

signed Andr Masson (upper right); dated and inscribed La statue


agressive 1969 (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
28 x 36 in. (73.2 x 92.2 cm.)
Painted in 1969

18,000-24,000

$29,000-38,000
23,000-30,000

Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris (no. 014190), by whom acquired directly


from the artist.
EXHIBITED:

Paris, Galerie Louise Leiris, Andr Masson, oeuvres rcentes, October November 1970, no. 11 (illustrated p. 19).
London, Waddington Galleries, Andr Masson, Paintings, January February 1972, no. 29.
Milan, Arte 92, Andr Masson, Opere 1943-1971, October 1990 January 1991, no. 18 (illustrated p. 55).

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l59
LONARD TSUGUHARU FOUJITA (1886-1968)
Chat en alerte
signed Foujit (lower right)
pencil on paper
12 x 9 in. (22.9 x 32.5 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Kimiyo Foujita, Paris, by descent from the artist; her Succession sale, Htel
Drouot, 28 October 2013, lot 57.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

l60
MAX ERNST (1891-1976)
Initiale P
signed and dated max ernst 65 (lower right)
frottage and crayon on paper
10 x 8 in. (26.9 x 20.8 cm.)
Executed in 1965

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

PROVENANCE:

Jean Hugues, Paris.


Anonymous sale, Kornfeld & Klipstein, Bern, 18-21 June 1980, lot 317.
Anonymous sale, Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, 21 June 1989, lot 373.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
LITERATURE:

W. Spies, S. & J. Metken, Max Ernst, Oeuvre-Katalog, Werke 1964-1969, Cologne, 2007, no. 4101
(illustrated p. 130).

l*61
AFTER JOAN MIR
(1893-1983)
La mangouste
stitched with the signature and symbol MIRO
(in the weave on the reverse)
wool tapestry
60 x 77 in. (153.3 x 197.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1935

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

This motif was frst executed as a


tapestry in 1960 by Marie Cuttoli in
an unnumbered edition and was later
reissued by Lucie Weill-Seligmann, Au pont
des arts, in a limited edition of approx.
10-15 examples.

l62
ANDR MASSON (1896-1987)
Rapt
signed andr Masson (lower right)
oil on canvas
20 x 19 in. (53 x 50.2 cm.)
Painted in 1955

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000
16,000-23,000

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris (no. 06454 & 50513).


Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm, by 1961.
Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 25 June 2008,
lot 539.
Acquired from the above sale by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Turun, Taidemuseo and Abo, Konstmuseum,


Masson - Picasso, February - March 1961, no. 3.

The Comit Masson has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE GERMAN COLLECTION

l63
MAX ERNST (1891-1976)
Jeune homme aux bras croiss
stamped with the artists signature and numbered Max Ernst 3/3
1177 1687 (underneath); stamped with the goldsmiths mark and the
French assay mark for silver (on the reverse)
silver
Height: 8 in. (20.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1967 and cast in an edition of three

15,000-20,000

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

PROVENANCE:

Hans Ravenborg, Hamburg, by whom acquired circa in the 1970s and


thence by descent to the present owner.
LITERATURE:

C. Siaud & P. Hugo, Bijoux dartistes, hommage Franois Hugo


orfvre, Aix-en-Provence, 2001, no. 1687 (another cast illustrated p.
122).
W. Spies, Max Ernst, Oeuvre-Katalog, Werke 1964-1969, Cologne,
2007, no. 4599,I (another cast illustrated p. 385).

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l64
LONARD TSUGUHARU FOUJITA (1886-1968)
Jeune flle et ses petits oiseaux
signed and dated Foujita 16-9-56 (lower centre)
pencil on tracing paper
11 x 7 in. (30.1 x 19.5 cm.)
Drawn on 16 September 1956

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Kimiyo Foujita, Paris, by descent from the artist; her Succession sale, Htel
Drouot, 26 March 2013, lot 135.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

l65
ESTEBAN FRANCS (1913-1976)
Fantastic masks in green
oil, gouache and gouache on card
22 x 28 in. (58.3 x 73.4 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Edward James, West Dean.


Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts, London.
Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 29 March 1988, lot 376.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Worthing, Art Gallery, Paintings from the Collection of Edward James, 1963,
no. 30.

l66
FRANCIS PICABIA (1879-1953)
Caricature
signed with the initials F.P. (lower left)
pen and blue ink on paper
10 x 8 in. (26.8 x 20.8 cm.)
Drawn circa 1947-1949

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, France, a gift from the artist.

Sold with a photo-certifcate from the Comit Picabia.

l67
GINO SEVERINI (1883-1966)
Natura morta
signed G.Severini (lower right)
pen and India ink on paper
8 x 10 in. (22 x 26.5 cm)
Drawn circa 1948

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Rhode Island.


Anonymous sale, Skinner, Boston, 3 February 2012,
lot 611.
Acquired from the above sale by the present owner.

Romana Brunori Severini and Daniela Fonti have


confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l*68
MAX ERNST (1891-1976) AND
YVETTE CAUQUIL-PRINCE (1928-2005)
La ville entire
stitched with the signature max Ernst and with the Yvette CauquilPrince monogram (lower centre); with the Yvette Cauquil-Prince label and
numbered 1/1 (on the reverse)
hand-woven wool tapestry
111 in. x 169 in. (284 x 431 cm.)
Executed in 1975

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Acquired directly from Yvette Cauquil-Prince by the present owner in 1975.

EXHIBITED:

Le Mans, Yvette Cauquil-Prince, June September 1987 (illustrated).


Veruela, Monasterio de Veruela, Yvette Cauquil-Prince Taller de Tapices, June
- July 1993 (illustrated); this exhibition later travelled to Zaragoza, Palacio de
Sastago.
Karuizawa, Muse dart Mercian, Tapisseries de Peintres, April - July 1996,
no. 9, p. 38 (illustrated).
Lige, Muse dArt Moderne & dArt Contemporain, Tapisseries de Peintre,
March - May 1997, p. 22 (illustrated p. 23).
Wien, Kunst Haus, Meister des 20. Jahrhunderts Tapisserien, Hommage an
die Meisterweberin und Sammlung Jane Kahan, N. Y., February - May 2000
(illustrated).
Sarrebourg, Muse du Pays, Tapisseries dYvette Cauquil-Prince, May September 2005, p. 20 (illustrated).

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l69
SCAR DOMNGUEZ (1906-1958)
Caballos alados
signed and dated Dominguez 51 (lower left)
gouache and pen and ink on board
11 x 13 in. (27.8 x 35 cm.)
Executed in 1951

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Palma de Mallorca.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Barcelona, Sala Pars, scar Domguez, May 1989, no. 29.


LITERATURE:

R. de Sosa, Oscar Dominguez, Loeuvre peint, vol. I, London/Paris,


1989, no. 201 (illustrated p. 225; titled La Course de chars).

This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Ana Vzquez


de Parga.

l70
ANDR DERAIN (1880-1954)
Tte danimal satirique
with the atelier stamp (Lugt 668a; lower right)
brush and India ink on paper
9 x 12 in. (24.8 x 32.2 cm.)
Executed circa 1940

1,500-2,500

$2,400-3,900
1,900-3,100

PROVENANCE:

Brook Street Gallery, London.


Maurice Goldman, New York.
R. J. Lloyd-Davies, London.
Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 20 March 1995, lot 32.
Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 21 April 2010, lot 56.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Genevive Taillade.

l71
FRANCISCO BORS (1898-1972)
Joueurs de carte
signed and dated Bors 28 (upper right)
oil on canvas
36 x 28 in. (93 x 73 cm.)
Painted in 1928

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, France.

This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Carmen Bors.

l72
SALVADOR DAL (1904-1989)
Composition abstraite
signed Dal (on a sheet on the reverse)
oil, gouache and India ink on board
6 x 5 in. (16.8 x 14.8 cm.)
Executed in Cadaqus in November 1973

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Palma de Mallorca.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Cadaqus, Museu, Salvador Dal, antolgica sobre paper, 1916-1980, July


1996.

l73
JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963)
Tte dhomme aux yeux poisson
signed and dated Jean Cocteau 1960 (lower right)
felt-tip pen on paper
25 x 19 in. (64 x 49.6 cm.)
Executed in 1960

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Belgium.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.

l74
SALVADOR DAL (1904-1989)

The Comit Cocteau has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

tude pour La Cne, le Christ et les aptres


ballpoint pen and gouache on paper
7 x 9 in. (19.9 x 24.2 cm.)
Executed in 1955, with further studies on the reverse

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Perrot-Moore, Cadaqus; sale, Artcurial, Paris, 1 July 2003, lot 134.


Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Vienna, Palais Auersperg, Salvador Dali, eine Austellung des Museu PerrotMoore, Cadaques, March - April 1982, no. 118 (illustrated); this exhibition
later travelled to Munich, Residenz and Perpignan, Palais des Rois de
Majorque.

This work is sold with a certifcate from Robert and Nicolas Descharnes.
This drawing is a study for Salvador Dals masterpiece La Cne (Descharnes
1098), today in the National Gallery of Art, Washington.

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l75
ALBERT ANDR (1869-1954)
Jeune flle assise la fentre devant le jardin
signed Albert Andr (lower right)
oil on canvas
28 x 23 in. (73.4 x 60.5 cm.)
Painted circa 1928

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 24 March 2004, lot 60.

Evelyne Yeatman has confrmed the authenticity of this work and it will
be included in the forthcoming Albert Andr catalogue raisonne.
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE AUSTRALIAN COLLECTION

*76
HENRI LE SIDANER (1862-1939)
Sortie du soir
signed Le Sidaner (lower right)
oil on panel
8 x 13 in. (21.8 x 35 cm.)
Painted circa 1890-1895

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 29 March 1984, lot 507.


Acquired at the above sale and thence by descent to the present owner.

Yann Farinaux-Le Sidaner has confrmed the authenticity of this work


and it will be included in the forthcoming supplement of the catalogue
raisonn currently in preparation.

77
RAOUL DUFY (1877-1953)
Btiments, chafaudages, Rue Lepic

LITERATURE:

M. Laffaille, Raoul Dufy, catalogue raisonn de loeuvre peint, vol. 1, Geneva,


1972, no. 78bis (illustrated p. 75).

signed R Dufy (lower right)


oil on canvas
18 x 15 in. (46 x 38 cm.)
Painted in 1904

20,000-30,000

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, France, acquired in 1972, and thence by descent to the


present owner.

With a decree dated 23 May 1863 the Napoleonic Rue de lEmpereur in


Montmartre took the name of Rue Lepic. It was famous for its two moulins
which survived the industrial revolution and were together known as Moulin
de la Galette, famously painted by Auguste Renoir in 1876, and later also by
other artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso. Many intellectuals
and artists lived in Rue Lepic, among them van Gogh and his brother Theo, as
well as the art dealer Alphonse Portiere; Louis Renault built and tested his frst
car here in 1898.

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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

l*78
JACQUES LIPCHITZ (1891-1973)
Exodus
signed, numbered and marked with the thumbprint J.Lipchitz 1/7 (on the
side underneath)
bronze with brown patina
Height: 21 in. (55.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1947 and cast in a numbered edition of 7

22,000-28,000

$35,000-44,000
28,000-35,000

PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the present owner in the 1980s.


LITERATURE:

A.G. Wilkinson, The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz, A Catalogue Raisonn,


vol.II, The American Years 1941-1973, London, 2000, no. 414, (another cast
illustrated p. 42).

l*79
THO TOBIASSE (B. 1927)
Jai vu feurir Bethsabe au Jardin des Grenades
signed theo tobiasse (upper right), dated 82 (in the centre) and inscribed
Jai vu feurir Bethsabe au Jardin des Grenades (lower right)
oil on canvas
45 x 35 in. (116 x 89 cm.)
Painted in 1982

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000
16,000-23,000

PROVENANCE:

Nahan Galleries, New Orleans.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.

Catherine Faust-Tobiasse has confrmed the authenticity of this work


and it will be included in the forthcoming Tho Tobiasse catalogue
raisonne.

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l80
MAN-KATZ (1894-1962)
Portrait de H.R.
signed Man-Katz (lower right)
oil on canvas
57 x 38 in. (145.5 x 96.5 cm.)
Painted in 1955

15,000-20,000

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

PROVENANCE:

Bernard Hayat, France.


Herv Richard Hayat, by descent from the above.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Paris, Grand Palais, Salon dAutomne, November December 1956, no. 883, p. 77.

This work is recorded in the archives of the


Man-Katz Museum, Haifa.
Bernard Hayat was a friend of the artist and the
father of the sitter, Herv Richard Hayat.

81
ABRAHAM MINTCHINE
(1898-1931)
Nature morte
signed A.Mintchine. (upper right)
oil on canvas
21 x 28 in. (54 x 73 cm.)

7,000-12,000

$11,000-19,000
8,800-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, England, by whom acquired in


Paris in the early 1980s.
LITERATURE:

M. di Veroli & G. Testori, Abraham Mintchine, 18981931, Milan, 1981, no. 214 (illustrated p. 141).

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SOLD BY THE EXECUTORS OF THE LATE


LADY IVOR SPENCER-CHURCHILL

82
AUGUSTE RODIN (1840-1917)
Balzac, tude type C (buste), 1re version, petit modle
signed A.Rodin (on the left shoulder) and inscribed with the foundry mark
.Alexis.Rudier. .Fondeur.Paris. (on the right shoulder); stamped in relief
A.Rodin (on the inside)
bronze with brown and black patina
Height: 6 in. (15.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1892, this cast executed by Alexis Rudier between 1918 and
1927

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Haussmann, Paris.


Private collection, London, and thence by descent to the present owner.
LITERATURE:

A. Le Normand-Romain, The Bronzes of Rodin, Catalogue of Works in the


Muse Rodin, Paris, 2007, no. S.1079 (other versions illustrated pp. 168-169).

This work will be included in the forthcoming Auguste Rodin catalogue


critique de loeuvre sculpt currently being prepared by the Comit
Rodin at Galerie Brame et Lorenceau under the direction of Jrme Le
Blay under the archive number 2014-4379B.

83
MILE-ANTOINE BOURDELLE (1861-1929)
Les trois rivires
signed E. Bourdelle (lower centre)
plaster relief
6 x 11 in. (17 x 28.3 cm.)
Executed circa 1896

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Cloptre Bourdelle, Paris.


Anonymous sale, Sothebys, London, 26 October 1994, lot 188.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Colin Lemoine, Muse Bourdelle, Paris, has confrmed the authenticity


of this work.

84
ARISTIDE MAILLOL (1861-1944)
Nu allong
pencil on paper
9 x 11 in. (23 x 28.2 cm.)
With a further sketch of a nude on the reverse.

1,800-2,500

$2,900-3,900
2,300-3,100

PROVENANCE:

Succession de Madame W., Fonds dAtelier du peintre sculpteur Maillol, Nice,


28 November 2013, lot 309-7.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

*85
HENRI LEBASQUE (1865-1937)
Jeune flle aux poissons
signed HLebasque (lower left)
oil on canvas
29 x 20 in. (75 x 50.8 cm.)

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

M. Behrens, Germany.
Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 3 December
1985, lot 202.
Private collection, Japan.
LITERATURE:

D. Bazetoux, Henri Lebasque, Catalogue raisonn,


vol. I, Neuilly-sur-Marne, 2008, no. 1528 (illustrated
p. 358).

Christine Lenoir and Maria de la Ville Fromoit have


confrmed the authenticity of this work.

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

l86
ANDR DERAIN (1880-1954)
Nu debout
signed Derain (lower right)
sanguine and pastel on paper
25 x 16 in. (63.5 x 41.5 cm.)

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Vincent Korda, England; and thence by descent to the present owner.

The Comit Andr Derain has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

51

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE FRENCH COLLECTION

87
ACHILLE LAUG (1861-1944)
Verger en feurs

PROVENANCE:

signed and indistinctly dated A.Laug 19... (lower right)


oil on canvas
19 x 28 in. (50 x 73 cm.)
Painted circa 1920/1930

Private collection, Toulouse.


Anonymous sale, Chassaing Marambat, Toulouse, 8 November 2012,
lot 505.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

18,000-25,000

$29,000-39,000
23,000-31,000

52

This work will be included in the Achille Laug catalogue raisonn


currently being prepared by Nicole Tamburini.

PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION

l88
HENRI MANGUIN (1874-1949)
Le Golfe de Saint-Tropez depuis lOustalet
signed Manguin (lower right)
oil on canvas
15 x 24 in. (38 x 61.4 cm.)
Painted in Summer/Autumn 1920

15,000-20,000

EXHIBITED:

(probably) Paris, Galerie Montmorency, Quarante tableaux de Manguin,


1958, no. 28 (titled Saint-Tropez, la ville blanche).
LITERATURE:

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

L. & C. Manguin & M.-C. Sainsaulieu, Henri Manguin, Catalogue raisonn de


loeuvre peint, Neuchtel, 1980, no. 657 (illustrated p. 231).

PROVENANCE:

Galerie E. Druet, Paris.


Gemlde-Galerie Abels, Cologne.
Acquired from the above in 1964, and thence by descent to the present
owner.

53

89
ALBERT LEBOURG
(1849-1928)
Larrive du bateau
vapeur la Bouille
signed, dated and inscribed
aLebourg Rouen 1920 (lower right)
oil on canvas
18 x 28 in. (46.7 x 73.3 cm.)
Painted in Rouen in 1920

10,000-15,000
$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000
PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the present owner in


the late 1960s/early 1970s.

This work is sold with a photocertifcate from Francois


Lespinasse.

90
HENRI LE SIDANER
(1862-1939)
Le Palais, matin dt,
Hampton Court
signed Le Sidaner (lower right)
oil and colour crayon on paper
10 x 15 in. (26.5 x 38.1 cm.)
Executed circa 1908

3,000-5,000
$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300
PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys,


London, 30 November 1967, lot 55.
LITERATURE:

Y. Farinaux-le Sidaner, Le Sidaner,


loeuvre peint et grav, Paris, 1989,
no. 977 (illustrated p. 327).
This drawing is a study for the
eponymous oil (Farinaux-le Sidaner,
240) which the artist painted in the
same year.

54

91
CLAUDE-MILE
SCHUFFENECKER
(1851-1934)
Notre Dame de Paris
signed Schuffenecker (lower left;
enhanced)
oil on canvas
17 x 23 in. (43.5 x 60 cm.)
Painted in 1895

15,000-25,000
$24,000-39,000
19,000-31,000
PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys,


London, 30 November 1967, lot 46.
Acquired at the above sale by the
present owner.
EXHIBITED:

Paris, Galerie Contemporaine, 1938,


no. 3.
Paris, Galerie de Berri, Hommage
Schuffenecker, October 1954, no. 5.
Cologne, Gemlde-Galerie Abels,
1966, no. 5.
LITERATURE:

J-E. Grossvogel, Claude-Emile


Schuffenecker, Catalogue raisonn,
vol. 1, San Francisco, 2000, no. 351
(illustrated p. 132).

92
ALBERT CHARLES
LEBOURG (1849-1928)
Remorqueur sur la Seine
en aval de Rouen
signed A.Lebourg (lower left)
oil on canvas
19 x 28 in. (48.8 x 73.1 cm.)

7,000-9,000
$11,000-14,000
8,800-11,000
PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Sothebys,


London, 29 June 1999, lot 243.
Acquired at the above sale by the
family of the present owner.
This work will be included in
the forthcoming Albert Lebourg
catalogue critique being prepared
by Rodolphe Walter under the
sponsorship of the Wildenstein
Institute.

55

*93
RAOUL DUFY (1877-1953)
Les oeufs
signed and dated 29 Juin 1920 Raoul Dufy
(lower centre)
watercolour and pencil on paper
19 x 26 in. (50.4 x 66.2 cm.)
Executed on 29 June 1920

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Galerie R. Lrondelle, Paris.


Private Collection, Japan, by whom acquired in
the 1930s/1940s and thence by descent.

Fanny Guillon-Laffaille has confrmed the


authenticity of this work and it will be
included in her forthcoming supplement
to the Catalogue raisonn des aquarelles,
gouaches et pastels de Raoul Dufy currently in
preparation.

l*94
CARLOS NADAL (1917-1998)
La plage Nice
signed cNadal (lower right); signed, inscribed
and with the atelier stamp n.15 LA PLAGE A NICE
cNadal (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
21 x 25 in. (54.2 x 65.2 cm.)

15,000-25,000

$24,000-39,000
19,000-31,000

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Bonhams, London, 7 February


2012, lot 44.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

The Comit Nadal has confrmed the


authenticity of this painting.

56

l95
JEAN DUFY (1888-1964)
Sintra, Portugal

PROVENANCE:

signed Jean Dufy (lower right)


oil on canvas
15 x 18 in. (38.2 x 46 cm.)
Painted circa 1953-1955

20,000-30,000

Findlay Galleries, Chicago.


Private collection, United States.
Anonymous sale, Leslie Hindman, Chicago, 5 March 2006, lot 15.
Private collection, France.

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

LITERATURE:

J. Bailly, Jean Dufy, catalogue raisonn de loeuvre, vol. 2, Paris, 2010, no.
B.1529 (illustrated p. 371).

57

l*96
CLAUDE VENARD (1913-1999)
Bateau sur la Seine
signed C.VENARD (lower right)
oil on canvas
35 x 45 in. (89.5 x 116 cm.)

7,000-12,000

$11,000-19,000
8,800-15,000

Renata Venard has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Alain Vercel.

l97
CLAUDE VENARD (1913-1999)
Pommes vertes
signed C.VENARD (lower left); inscribed pommes vertes (on the
reverse)
oil on canvas
29 x 29 in. (75 x 75 cm.)

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

PROVENANCE:

Haunch of Venison, London.


Private collection, London.

Renata Venard has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from Alain Vercel.

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98
RAOUL DUFY (1877-1953)
Fontaine Cannes

PROVENANCE:

signed Raoul Dufy (lower left)


watercolour and gouache on paper
19 x 25 in. (49.6 x 64.4 cm.)
Executed circa 1925

18,000-22,000

Anonymous sale, Artcurial, Paris, 27 March 2013, lot 105.

$29,000-35,000
23,000-28,000

Fanny Guillon-Laffaille has confrmed the authenticity of this work and


it will be included in her forthcoming supplement to the Catalogue
raisonn des aquarelles, gouaches et pastels de Raoul Dufy currently in
preparation.

*99
PAUL SIGNAC (1863-1935)
Toulon
signed PSignac (lower left) and dated and
inscribed Toulon 9 mai 34 (lower right)
watercolour and pencil on paper
9 x 17 in. (24.2 x 43.4 cm.)
Executed in Toulon on 9 May 1934

7,000-9,000

$11,000-14,000
8,800-11,000

PROVENANCE:

Jeffrey Archer, London; his sale, Christies,


London, 28 June 2011, lot 2.

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THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE HAZEL WESTBURY

l100
MAURICE BRIANCHON (1899-1979)
Nature morte aux pommes de pin

EXHIBITED:

signed Brianchon (lower right)


oil on canvas
23 x 36 in. (60 x 92 cm.)
Painted in 1962

Neuchtel, Muse des Beaux-Arts, Maurice Brianchon, May - August, 1962,


no. 122 (illustrated p. 46).
Paris, Galerie Beaux-Arts, Maurice Brianchon, October - November 1962, no.
56 (illustrated p. 32).

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Wildenstein, Paris.

60

LITERATURE:

P.A. Brianchon & O. Daulte, Catalogue de loeuvre peint de Maurice


Brianchon, Lausanne, 2008, no. 640 (illustrated p. 288).

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

l*101
BENJAMN PALENCIA
(1894-1980)
Primavera en la sierra
signed and dated B.Palencia 62 (lower right)
oil on canvas
28 x 21 in. (73 x 54 cm.)
Painted in 1962

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the present owner in the 1980s.


LITERATURE:

R. Faraldo, B. Palencia, Madrid, 1972 (illustrated).

Mr Ramn Palencia has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.
The hill-side view is of the surrounding area of the
village Villafranca de la Sierra, where Benjamn
Palencia had his studio.

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

l*102
BENJAMN PALENCIA
(1894-1980)
Cerro grana (Castilla)
signed BPalencia 1973 (lower right)
oil on canvas
21 x 25 in. (54 x 65 cm.)
Painted in 1973

10,000-15,000

$16,000-24,000
13,000-19,000

PROVENANCE:

Biosca Galeria de Arte, Madrid (no. 7.851).


Acquired by the present owner in the 1980s.
EXHIBITED:

Bilbao, Galera Arteta, 1973.

Mr Ramn Palencia has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.

l103
ANDR LANSKOY (1902-1976)
Paysage avec une ferme
signed Lanskoy (lower right)
oil on canvas
10 x 16 in. (27 x 41 cm.)

1,500-2,500

$2,400-3,900
1,900-3,100

PROVENANCE:

The Estate of Hana Minsky, Tel Aviv.


Gallery Raaya, Jaffa.

Andr Schoeller has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l104
ANDR LANSKOY (1902-1976)
Portrait de femme
signed with the initials a.L. (lower right)
oil on panel
7 x 5 in. (17.8 x 13.7 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Kriegel, Paris; sale, Artcurial, Paris, 30 June 2008, lot 73.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

Andr Schoeller has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l105
ANDR LHOTE (1885-1962)
Paysage vallonn
signed ALhote (lower left)
watercolour and pencil on paper
13 x 20 in. (33.3 x 50.8 cm.)
Executed circa 1910s

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Germany.

Dominique Bermann-Martin has confrmed the authenticity


of this work and it will be included in her forthcoming Andr
Lhote catalogue raisonn de loeuvre peint.

l*106
CLAUDE VENARD
(1913-1999)
Voiture classique
signed C.VENARD (lower right)
oil on canvas
45 x 57 in. (114.3 x 146 cm.)

7,000-10,000
$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000
PROVENANCE:

Galerie Felix Vercel, New York (no.


FV297).
Acquired from the above in the late
1970s.

Renata Venard has confrmed the


authenticity of this work.
This work is sold with a photocertifcate from Alain Vercel.

l107
CLAUDE VENARD (1913-1999)
Nature morte au vase
signed C.VENARD (lower right)
oil on canvas
29 x 29 in. (75 x 75 cm.)

4,000-6,000
$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500
PROVENANCE:

Haunch of Venison, London.


Private collection, London.

Renata Venard has confrmed the authenticity


of this work.
This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from
Alain Vercel.

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l108
ETIENNE (ISTVN) BETHY
(1897-1961)

l*109
VALENTINE PRAX (1899-1981)

Adam, Eve et le serpent

signed V.Prax (lower left); signed and inscribed


V.Prax nature morte (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
31 x 39 in. (81 x 100 cm.)

signed, stamped with the foundry mark and


numbered EBeothy CLEMENTI FONDEUR EA I/IV
(on the base)
bronze with black-brown patina
Height: 33 in. (85 cm.)
Conceived in 1939 and cast in an edition of six
plus four artist proofs

5,000-8,000

$7,900-13,000
6,300-10,000

Nature morte

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Anonymous sale, Neal, New Orleans 18 April


2009, lot 899.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

PROVENANCE:

Galerie Franka Berndt, Paris.


Private collection, France.

This work is sold with a photo-certifcate from


Ayin Bethy.

Born in Algeria, Valentine Prax moved to


Paris in 1919 and rapidly became absorbed in
the creative milieu of the 1920s avant-garde
scene. Prax forged a successful exhibiting
career, participating in Salon des Artistes
Indpendants, the Salon dAutomne, and
Salon des Tuileries and exhibiting with dealers
Galerie La Licorne and Galerie Berthe Weill.
Having endured persecution by the Nazis, as
well as the departure of her partner Ossip
Zadkine for New York, Praxs postwar-period
works are full of expressive colour and
dynamic composition.

l110
CLAUDE VENARD
(1913-1999)
LAtelier du peintre
signed C.VENARD (lower right)
oil on canvas
44 x 56 in. (112.3 x 143.8 cm.)
Executed circa 1950s

9,000-12,000
$15,000-19,000
12,000-15,000
Renata Venard has confrmed the
authenticity of this work.
This work is sold with a photocertifcate from Alain Vercel.

111
AFTER OTTO GUTFREUND
(1889-1927)
Pes
with the signature stamp Gutfreund and stamped
S.V.U. MNES SVYM GLENUM NA ROK 1928
(underneath)
terracotta
Height: 5 in. (13.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1927 and cast in 1928

500-1,000

$790-1,600
630-1,300

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Czech Republic.


LITERATURE:

National Gallery, Prague, Otto Gutfreund, exh. cat.


with a catalogue raisonn of sculptures, 1995, no. 359
(another cast illustrated p. 273).

Jir etlk has confrmed the authenticity of this


work.
According to Dr Jir etlk, Otto Gutfreund originally
made this sculpture after the dog of his friend Emil
Filla. In 1928, it was produced in a limited edition of
approx. 30 by the Prague arts collective S.V.U. Manes
to commemorate Gutfreunds death and given to his
friends.

65

l112
ROBERT MARC (1943-1993)
Lou
signed ROBERT MARC (lower centre); inscribed H903 (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
36 x 28 in. (91.7 x 73 cm.)
Painted in 1990

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

Annie Fromentin-Sangnier has confrmed the authenticity of this work


and it will be included in the forthcoming Robert Marc catalogue
raisonn currently in preparation.

l113
GEORGES TERZIAN (1939)
Femme la guitare
signed G.TERZIAN (lower right); signed, dated and inscribed GEORGES
TERZIAN FEMME LA GUITARE (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
51 x 31 in. (130 x 81 cm.)

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

l114
GEORGES TERZIAN (B. 1939)
Composition abstraite
signed G.TERZIAN (upper right); signed G.TERZIAN (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
46 x 39 in. (117.5 x 100 cm.)

5,000-7,000
$7,900-11,000
6,300-8,800

66

l*115
PIERRE EUGNE MONTZIN
(1874-1946)
Pique-nique au bord du Loing
signed Montezin (lower left)
oil on canvas
28 x 23 in. (72.8 x 59.8 cm.)

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

Cyril Klein-Montzin has confrmed the


authenticity of this painting.

l116
CARLOS NADAL (1917-1998)
Taller
signed cNadal (lower right); signed,
inscribed and with the atelier stamp TALLER
cNadal (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
18 x 21 in. (46.2 x 55 cm.)

7,000-10,000
$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000
PROVENANCE:

Private collection, Barcelona.

This work is sold with a certifcate from


the Comit Nadal.

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l117
GUSTAVE CARIOT (1872-1950)
Neige Georgenborn
signed G. Cariot 1924 (lower right)
oil on canvas
21 x 28 in. (54 x 73.2 cm.)
Painted in Georgenborn in 1924

4,000-8,000

$6,300-13,000
5,100-10,000

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate and thence by descent.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.

l118
FRANOIS GALL (1912-1987)
Eugenie lit le journal sur une plage normande
signed F.Gall (lower right); signed and inscribed SUR LA PLAGE F.GALL (on the
reverse)
oil on canvas
16 x 13 in. (41 x 33 cm.)

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

The Comit Franois Gall has confrmed the authenticity of this work and it will
be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonn in preparation by Marie-Lise
Gall.

l119
LUDOVIC-RODO PISSARRO (1878-1952)
Kew Gardens
signed Ludovic Rodo (lower right)
oil on canvas
15 x 18 in. (38 x 46.5 cm.)

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

The authenticity of this work has been confrmed by Llia


Pissarro and will be recorded in the archives of Pissarro Stern
Publications.

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l120
ELISE MACLET (1881-1962)
Place du Tertre Montmartre
signed maclet (lower left)
oil on board
17 x 23 in. (45.5 x 60.7 cm.)

2,000-4,000

$3,200-6,300
2,600-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Private collection, London.

Jean Paul Villain has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

l*121
EDOUARD JOSEPH GOERG (1893-1969)
Les parisiennes aux champs
signed E.Goerg. (lower right); signed, titled and dated Les parisiennes aux
champs E.Goerg Juillet 59 (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
25 x 31 in. (65.2 x 81 cm.)
Painted in July 1959

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

PROVENANCE:

Jean-Claude & Jacques Bellier, Paris.


Acquired from the above by the family of the present owner before 1980,
and thence by descent.

Christian Germak has confrmed the authenticity of this painting.

l122
CHARLES MALLE (B. 1935)
La Seine Notre Dame, Paris
signed C.Malle (lower left); inscribed La Seine Notre Dame Paris
(on the reverse)
oil on canvas
28 x 39 in. (73 x 100 cm.)

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

l123
FRANOIS GALL (1912-1987)
Jeune femme rousse, assise en bord de Seine Vernon
signed F.Gall (lower left)
oil on canvas
10 x 8 in. (27 x 22.3 cm.)
Painted circa 1959-1960

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

The Comit Franois Gall has confrmed the authenticity of this work and
it will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonn in preparation by
Marie-Lise Gall.

l124
GUSTAVE CARIOT (1872-1950)
Les champs de bl
signed and dated G.Cariot 1948 (lower right)
oil on canvas
5 x 10 in. (14.1 x 27.2 cm.)
Painted in 1948

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

PROVENANCE:

The artists estate and thence by descent.


Acquired from the above by the present owner.

l125
FRANOIS GALL (1912-1987)
Eugnie relevant son chignon devant la coiffeuse
signed and inscribed F.Gall Paris (lower right)
oil on canvas
11 x 9 in. (28.6 x 23.5 cm.)
Painted circa 1957-1960

1,800-2,500

$2,900-3,900
2,300-3,100

The Comit Franois Gall has confrmed the authenticity of this work and
it will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonn in preparation by
Marie-Lise Gall.

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l126
MARCEL DYF (1899-1985)
Claudine aux fruits
signed Dyf (lower left)
oil on canvas
28 x 23 in. (73 x 60 cm.)
Painted circa 1950s

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

PROVENANCE:

Frost & Reed, London (no. 30268).


Private Collection, England.
Anonymous sale, Christies, London, 29 March 1988, lot 222.

This work has been authenticated by Claudine Dyf and is registered in


the Dyf archives under no. 5002.

l127
PAULMILE PISSARRO (1884-1972)
La Mare aux Biches, Lyons-la-Fort
signed Paulmile.Pissarro. (lower left); signed and inscribed La Mare aux
biches Lyons la fort Paulmile.Pissarro (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
21 x 18 in. (55 x 46 cm.)

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

The authenticity of this work has been confrmed by Llia Pissarro and
will be recorded in the archives of Pissarro Stern Publications.

128
GEORGES DESPAGNAT (1870-1950)
Jeunes flles au jardin
signed with the initials GdE (lower right)
oil on canvas
21 x 25 in. (54.5 x 65.2 cm.)

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

This work is included in Jean-Dominique Jacquemonds archives.

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l129
JEAN-GABRIEL DOMERGUE (1889-1962)
Elgante au chapeau blanc
signed Jean Gabriel Domergue (lower right)
oil on board
9 x 7 in. (24 x 18.9 cm.)

1,800-2,500

$2,900-3,900
2,300-3,100

PROVENANCE:

Private Collection, Le Havre, acquired directly from the artist.


Anonymous sale, SVV Enchres, Le Havre, 29 May 2011, lot 29.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

No Willer and Emilie Charmetant have confrmed the authenticity of


this work.

l130
LONARD TSUGUHARU FOUJITA (1886-1968)
La banque
signed and inscribed Foujita Italie (lower left) and dated 27-3-59 (upper left)
ballpoint pen and pencil on paper
6 x 4 in. (15.8 x 12.5 cm.)
Drawn on 27 March 1959

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

PROVENANCE:

Kimiyo Foujita, Paris, by descent from the artist; her Succession sale, Htel Drouot,
28 October 2013, lot 172.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.

l131
JEAN-GABRIEL DOMERGUE (1889-1962)
Elgante au chapeau jaune
signed Jean-Gabriel Domergue (lower right)
oil on board
9 x 7 in. (23.9 x 19 cm.)

1,200-1,800

$1,900-2,800
1,600-2,300

No Willer and Emilie Charmetant have confrmed the authenticity of


this work.

72

l132
PAULMILE PISSARRO (1884-1972)
Proussy, Calvados
signed Paulmile.Pissarro. (lower centre); signed and inscribed
Proussy-Calvados Paulmile.Pissarro (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
18 x 21 in. (46.2 x 55 cm.)

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

The authenticity of this work has been confrmed by Llia


Pissarro and will be recorded in the archives of Pissarro Stern
Publications.

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE GERMAN COLLECTION

133
MAXIMILIEN LUCE (1858-1941)
Le chemin Mricourt
signed Luce (lower right); signed and inscribed Mericourt
M.Luce (on the reverse)
oil on card laid down on panel
9 x 13 in. (25 x 35.2 cm.)
Painted circa 1925-1930

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Acquired by the present owner in the late 1960s/early 1970s.


LITERATURE:

D. Bazetoux, Maximilien Luce, Catalogue raisonn de loeuvre


peint, vol. III, Paris, 1986, no. 1494 (illustrated p. 294).

l134
CHARLES MALLE (B. 1935)
Paris, Place de la Rpublique
signed C.Malle. (lower right); inscribed Paris Place de la
Rpublique (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
28 x 36 in. (73 x 92 cm.)

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

135-200 No Lots

Impressionist/Modern
and Picasso Ceramics

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THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*201
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage dhomme (A.R. 287)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / I.121 Edition Picasso 75/350 Madoura (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Height: 15 in. (38.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1955 and executed in a numbered edition of
350; framed

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

l202
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Quatre profls enlacs (A.R. 84)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 10 in. (26.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1949 and executed in an edition of 35; this work
is a variant in colour and design with decoration to the reverse

7,000-10,000

$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000

202 (recto)

202 (verso)

l203
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage (A.R. 288)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic pitcher
Height: 11 in. (29.5 cm.)
Conceived in 1955 and executed in an edition of 500

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

l204
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Femme (A.R. 301)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / 20/200 / Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed and engraved ceramic pitcher
Height: 11 in. (29.5 cm.)
Conceived in 1955 and executed in a numbered edition of 200

5,000-8,000

$7,900-13,000
6,300-10,000

l205
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Pichet glace (A.R. 142)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 37/100 / Madoura (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic pitcher
Height: 12 in. (32.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in a numbered edition of 100

5,000-7,000

$7,900-11,000
6,300-8,800

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*206
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Trois sardines (A.R. 34)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Edition
Picasso / I113 95/200 (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Length: 15 in. (38.5 cm.)
Conceived in 1948 and executed in a numbered edition of
200; framed

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*207
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage grav, fond grge (A.R. 29)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / I.110 166/200 (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Length: 15 in. (38 cm.)
Conceived in 1947 and executed in a numbered edition of
200; framed

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

*208
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Quatre poissons polychromes (A.R. 31)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Edition
Picasso / I.111 142/200 (underneath)
glazed ceramic plate
Length: 15 in. (38.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1947 and executed in a numbered edition of
200; framed

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

l209
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Poisson fond noir (A.R. 167)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Length: 16 in. (42.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 100

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

l210
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Poisson fond roux (A.R. 169)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Length: 16 in. (42.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 100

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*211
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Mains au poisson (A.R. 214)
stamped and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte
Originale de Picasso / 101/250 (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic bowl
Diameter: 11 in. (29.6 cm.)
Conceived in 1953 and executed in a numbered edition of
250; framed

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*212
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Nature morte la cuiller (A.R. 165)
dated 22.12.52. (in reverse; lower right); stamped, marked
and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de
Picasso / E.101 / 148/200 (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 15 in. (38 cm.)
Conceived on 22 December 1952 and executed in a numbered
edition of 200; framed

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

l*213
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage aux yeux rieurs (A.R. 608)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso / R137 / Edition Picasso / 287/350 / Madoura
(underneath)
partially glazed and engraved ceramic pitcher
Height: 13 in. (33.4 cm.)
Conceived on 9 January 1969 and executed in a numbered
edition of 350

15,000-20,000

$24,000-31,000
19,000-25,000

l214
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Oiseaux et Poissons (A.R. 291)
stamped, marked and numbered Empreinte Originale de
Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu / 5 (underneath); numbered and
inscribed 8/25 II (inside)
unglazed painted white earthenware vase
Height: 19 in. (50 cm.)
Conceived in 1955 and executed in a numbered edition of 25

40,000-60,000

$63,000-94,000
51,000-75,000

(alternate view)

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THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*215
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Plat espagnol au toros (A.R. 403)
stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso /
Edition Picasso 93/100 Madoura (underneath)
partially glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Diameter: 16 in. (41 cm.)
Conceived in 1957 and executed in a numbered edition of
100; framed

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

14

l216
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage et hibou (A.R. 407)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 30/200 (underneath)
partially glazed and engraved ceramic vase
Height: 9 in. (24.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1958 and executed in a numbered edition of 200

7,000-10,000

$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000

l217
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Chouette femme (A.R. 119)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic vase
Height: 11 in. (27.9 cm.)
Conceived in 1951 and executed in an edition of 500

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

16

l218
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Chouette (A.R. 607)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 59/500 / Madoura / R.147
(underneath)
partially glazed and engraved ceramic vase
Height: 11 in. (30 cm.)
Conceived in 1969 and executed in a numbered edition of 500

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

17

l219
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Hibou (A.R. 224)
stamped and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso /
14 (underneath)
painted and engraved ceramic sculpture
Height: 12 in. (32.5 cm.)
Conceived in 1953 and executed in an edition of 25

40,000-60,000

$63,000-94,000
51,000-75,000

18

19

l220
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Joueur de diaule (A.R. 1)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Edition
Picasso / I108 / 36/200 (underneath)
partially glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Length: 14 in. (36.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1947 and executed in a numbered edition of 200

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

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PROPERTY FORMERLY IN THE COLLECTION OF LOUIS ARAGON

l221
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

PROVENANCE:

Colombe de la paix
dated and inscribed Vallauris le 22.1.54. and stamped Madoura Plein Feu
(underneath)
glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 12 in. (32.2 cm.)
Executed in Vallauris on 22 January 1954; this work is unique

20,000-30,000

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

Louis Aragon, Paris.


A gift from the above by 1978 and thence by descent to the present owner.

Claude Picasso has confrmed the authenticity of this work.


The text on the plate reads Je reclame le droit de faire comme si La guerre
tait un chien assis aux pieds parfaits de notre France. This is a passage from
Louis Aragons poem Les yeux et la mmoire, published in 1954, the same
year this plate was executed.

l222
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Service visage noir (A.R. 47)
stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / daprs Picasso /
Madoura L (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Diameter: 9 in. (23.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1948 and executed in an edition of 100

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

l223
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Service visage noir (A.R. 42)
stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / daprs Picasso /
Madoura G (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Diameter 9 in. (23.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1948 and executed in an edition of 100

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

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l*224
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Vase au dcor pastel (A.R. 190)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 88/200 (underneath)
terracotta vase with pastel
Height: 12 in. (32 cm.)
Conceived on 4 June 1953 and executed in a numbered
edition of 200

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

l225
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Grande tte de femme au chapeau orn (A.R. 518)
stamped and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de
Picasso / 22/50 (on the reverse)
unglazed terracotta plaque
23 x 19 in. (60.7 x 50.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1964 and executed in a numbered edition of 50

30,000-50,000

$48,000-79,000
38,000-63,000

Grande tte de femme au chapeau orn is one of a series of seven terracotta


plaques that Picasso produced with the Ramis at Madoura in 1963. Each
was produced from a plaster cast of an earlier worked linoleum block. In
addition to his collaboration with the Ramis in Vallauris since 1947, Picasso
had also started an equally fruitful and creative working relationship with
the local printmaker Hidalgo Arnra in 1954, where Picasso created this
series of seven linocuts. The ceramics produced at Atelier Madoura and the
linocuts produced at Imprimerie Arnra highlight the breadth of collaboration
between Picasso and these two studios at this time, with each renowned for
their mastery of their respective craft.
The original linocut subject from which this ceramic plaque was created bears
a resemblance to the many portraits of Jacqueline Roque, however, on this
occasion Brigitte Baer stops short of including the muses name in the title.
Picasso had met Jacqueline in 1954 when they were both working at the
Madoura pottery, and he would go on to marry her in 1961, two years before
the production of this series of plaques. Five of the series of seven plaques
feature Jacqueline, but this plaque is by far the most successful portrait
because of the complexity of the composition and its sheer pictorial scale.
Picasso would paint Jacqueline almost exclusively from 1954 until the year of
his death.
It is evident that the series were specifcally planned; this is due to the
fact that many of the blocks belong to reductive prints. The nature of the
reductive process, which was invented by Picasso in collaboration with
Arnra, is to cut each colour away from a single piece of linoleum, building
colours from lightest to darkest. As a process, one could say this is ruinous, as
it is not possible to go back, undo, or amend what the artist had cut. For this
reason, it was essential for the ceramicists to have a plaster cast of the desired
image that Picasso wanted to have cast in clay.

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In the example of Grande tte de femme au chapeau orn Picasso cut only
a single state for the linoblock. The plaster cast of the linoleum block has
preserved for posterity the fne carvings and grooves of the relief in the
negative areas. These are the areas which would not receive ink and which
would only be apparent printed in the linoleum print when the heaviest
of pressure is applied during the print run. In this way we can view the
plaster cast, and the resulting surface of the terracotta plaque, as a means
of understanding the skill and shallow depths to which Picasso carved his
linoblocks no linoleum block was deeper than 5 mm.
The linocut, Grande tte de femme au chapeau orn, was experimental in its
nature; playing with texture and pushing the material to its limits. The same
can be said for the resultant terracotta plaque. The variation in the surface,
in order to be a true refection of the plaster cast, had to absolutely perfect. If
not, the application of the black glaze would not create the required effect.
Structurally, it was extremely demanding to create a terracotta plaque of
this size in the early 1960s - at almost 60 cm. high and 50 cm. wide. One
imagines many failed efforts rejected by Picasso and the Ramis. That there
are no fring cracks in a terracotta tile of this size, as in this example from the
edition, is remarkable.
By exploring the linoleum block in plaster and pursuing the creation of the
terracotta plaques, we can see how the necessary process of carving the lino
must have struck a chord with Picasso; as the plaques elevate the necessary
action within printmaking, to a standalone object in relief an artwork in its
own right.
We would like to thank Stephen Gallagher, Associate Print Specialist, for his
assistance with this catalogue note.

l226
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

l227
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Petit buste de femme (A.R. 523)

Tte dhomme aux cheveux longs (A.R. 598)

stamped and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte


Originale de Picasso / 76/100 (on the reverse)
engraved terracotta plaque
12 x 10 in. (32.8 x 25.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1964 and executed in a numbered edition of 100

stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale


de Picasso / J210 / Exemplaire Editeur (on the reverse)
engraved terracotta plaque
12 x 12 in. (31.1 x 31.1 cm.)
Conceived in December 1968 to January 1969 and executed in
a numbered edition of 200

8,000-12,000

$13,000-19,000
11,000-15,000

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

l228
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage en gros relief (A.R. 506)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu /
Empreinte Originale de Picasso / 12/100 / T106 (underneath)
terracotta plate
Diameter: 10 in. (26 cm.)
Conceived on 15 July 1963 and executed in a numbered
edition of 100

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

l229
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage (A.R. 500)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu /
Empreinte Originale de Picasso / 7/100 / T102 (underneath)
terracotta plate
Diameter: 10 in. (26.3 cm.)
Conceived on 12 July 1963 and executed in a numbered
edition of 100

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

l230
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Homme aux petits bras (A.R. 99)
stamped Madoura Empreinte Originale de Picasso (on the
reverse)
terracotta medallion
Height: 3 in. (9.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1950 and executed in an edition of 250

500-1,000

$790-1,600
630-1,300

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l231
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Joueur, danseur et buveur and Ttes dhommes
dated 9.3.57. (upper right)
10 x 12 in. (25.6 x 30.8 cm.)
partially glazed and painted ceramic plaque
Executed on 9 March 1957; this work is unique

30,000-50,000

$48,000-79,000
38,000-63,000

Claude Picasso has confrmed the authenticity of this work.

230 (recto)

In March 1957, Pablo Picasso produced a series approx. seven


plaques inspired by Classical Greek imagery, all painted on
both sides. On the glazed front of the plaque three male
fgures are engaged in a lively bacchanal scene: a kneeling
man playing a double-fute, a dancer and a reclining winedrinker. Full of this dionysian enthusiasm of music, dance
and wine, one turns the plaque and fnds a sequence of nine
caricatures, painted within individual cells on the reverse: the
self reveals its multiple other identities.

230 (verso)

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l*232
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Tte dhomme aux cheveux longs (A.R. 597)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu /
Empreinte Originale de Picasso / J 110A 17/50 (on the reverse)
partially glazed terracotta plaque
12 x 12 in. (30.5 x 30.5 cm.)
Conceived in December 1968 to January 1969 and executed in
a numbered edition of 50; framed

5,000-8,000

$7,900-13,000
6,300-10,000

l233
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Centaure (A.R. 338)
stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte
Originale de Picasso / C 112 (underneath)
painted terracotta plate
Diameter: 16 in. (42.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in an edition of 100

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

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234
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage no. 0 (A.R. 458)
marked and numbered Edition Picasso/31/500/Madoura
(underneath)
glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 10 in. (25.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1963 and executed in a numbered edition of 500

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*235
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage no. 202 (A.R. 495)
marked and numbered No202 Edition Picasso 315/500
Madoura (underneath)
glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 9 in. (25 cm.)
Conceived in 1963 and executed in a numbered edition of
500; framed

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

l236
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Petit visage no. 65 (A.R. 471)
marked and numbered N.65 / Edition Picasso / 121/150 /
Madoura (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 9 in. (25.1 cm.)
Conceived in 1963 and executed in a numbered edition of 150

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

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l237
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Horloge la langue (P.H. 1427)
stamped with the artists signature and numbered Picasso
18/20 and stamped with the silversmiths mark, the French
assay mark for silver and numbered 2389/1427 (underneath)
silver repouss plate
Diameter: 16 (42 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in silver in a numbered
edition of 20 plus two preuves dartiste and two preuves
dauteur

20,000-30,000

$32,000-47,000
26,000-38,000

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l*238
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Faune cavalier (P.H. 1406)
stamped with the artists signature and numbered Picasso
2/20 180/77 1409 (on the reverse); stamped with the
goldsmiths and a French mark (on the suspensory loop on the
reverse)
gold medallion
Diameter: 2 in. (5 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in gold in a numbered
edition of 20 plus two exemplaire dartiste and two exemplaire
dauteur; with wooden the case

7,000-10,000

$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000

l*239
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Taureau (P.H. 1413)
stamped with the artists signature and numbered Picasso
2/20 1413 (on the reverse); stamped with the goldsmiths
mark and a French mark (on the suspensory loop on the
reverse)
gold medallion
Diameter: 2 in. (5 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in gold in a numbered
edition of 20 plus two exemplaire dartiste and two exemplaire
dauteur; with the wooden case

6,000-8,000

$9,500-13,000
7,600-10,000

l*240
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage en forme dhorloge (P.H. 1425)
stamped with the artists signature and numbered Picasso
2/20 1425 (on the reverse); stamped with the goldsmiths
mark and a French mark (on the suspensory loop on the
reverse)
gold medallion
Diameter: 2 in. (5 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in gold in a numbered
edition of 20 plus two exemplaire dartiste and two exemplaire
dauteur; with the wooden case

7,000-10,000

$11,000-16,000
8,800-13,000

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THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*241
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

l*242
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Visage aux taches (P.H. 1440)

Visage larv (A.R. 347 & 348)

stamped with the artists signature and numbered


Picasso 15/20 and stamped with the silversmiths mark, the
French assay mark for silver and numbered 2047 / 1440
(on the reverse)
silver repouss plate
Diameter: 16 in. (41.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in silver in a numbered
edition of 20 plus two exemplaire dartiste and two exemplaire
dauteur

stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu


/ Empreinte Originale de Picasso / C.101Bis / 7/100
(underneath)
unglazed white earthenware plate (partially glazed verso)
Diameter: 16 in. (42.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in a numbered edition of 100

12,000-18,000

$19,000-28,000
16,000-23,000

5,000-8,000

$7,900-13,000
6,300-10,000

l243
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Colombe brillante (A.R. 218)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic plate
Length: 15 in. (38.9 cm.)
Conceived in 1953 and executed in an edition of 400

5,000-8,000

$7,900-13,000
6,300-10,000

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l*244
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Masque (A.R. 311)
marked and numbered Edition Picasso 36/250 Madoura (on
the reverse)
partially glazed ceramic plaque
7 x 7 in. (20 x 20 cm.)
Conceived on 27 January 1956 and executed in a numbered
edition of 250, framed

1,500-2,000

$2,400-3,100
1,900-2,500

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*245
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Masque (A.R. 310)
marked and numbered K.121 Edition Picasso 69/300 Madoura
(on the reverse)
partially glazed ceramic plaque
7 x 7 in. (20 x 20 cm.)
Conceived on 27 January 1956 and executed in a numbered
edition of 300, framed

1,500-2,000

$2,400-3,100
1,900-2,500

l246
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Bouquet la pomme (A.R. 305)
dated 22.1.56. (in reverse; lower centre); stamped Madoura
Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 10 in. (25.8 cm.)
Conceived on 22 January 1956 and executed in an edition of 400

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

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l247
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Service poisson (A. R. 3-28)
each stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu/Edition
Picasso/GR (underneath); and with the corresponding letters
A-X (underneath the bowls and plates); and numbered 35
(underneath the bowls, plates dish and tureen, except for
plate U)
glazed ceramic dinner service
26 pieces consisting of one dish, 12 bowls, 12 small plates,
and one tureen with lid
Dish diameter: 16 in. (40.5 cm.)
Bowl diameter: 7 in. (18.5 cm.)
Plate diameter: 8 in. (21.8 cm.)
Tureen diameter: 15 in. (29.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1947 and executed in an edition of 300

30,000-50,000

$48,000-79,000
38,000-63,000

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l248
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Danseurs et joueur de diaule (A.R. 341)
stamped, marked and numbered Madoura Plein Feu /
Empreinte Originale de Picasso / R=D101 24/100
unglazed white earthenware plate
Diameter: 15 in. (38.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 executed in a numbered edition of 100

2,500-3,500

$4,000-5,500
3,200-4,400

l249
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Toros (A.R. 161)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso/Madoura (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 7 in. (20.1 cm.)
Conceived on 29 July 1952 and executed in an edition of 500

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

l250
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Visage de faune tourment (A.R. 319)
stamped and numbered Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte
Originale de Picasso / 86/100 (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 16 in. (41.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in a numbered edition of 100

4,000-6,000

$6,300-9,400
5,100-7,500

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l251
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Cavalier et cheval (A.R. 138)
stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura
Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 273/300 / Madoura (underneath)
glazed and engraved ceramic pitcher
Height: 7 in. (20 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in a numbered edition of 300

3,000-5,000

$4,800-7,900
3,800-6,300

l252
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Tte de chvre de profl (A.R. 106)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 10 in. (26.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1950 and executed in an edition of 50; this work
is a variant in design with four leaves in place of three

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

lD253
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Tte de chvre de profl (A.R. 108)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 9 in. (25.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1950 and executed in an edition of 50

800-1,200

$1,300-1,900
1,100-1,500

l254
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Tte de chvre de profl (A.R. 110)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 10 in. (26.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1950 and executed in an edition of 60

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

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l255
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

l*256
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Sujet poisson (A.R. 139)

Yan visage (A.R. 512)

stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso /


Edition Picasso / Madoura (underneath)
terracotta pitcher
Length: 9 in. (24.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500

stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura


Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 188/300 (underneath)
terracotta pitcher
Height: 10 in. (26.5 cm.)
Conceived on 30 August 1963 and executed in a numbered
edition of 300

2,000-3,000

$3,200-4,700
2,600-3,800

1,500-2,500

$2,400-3,900
1,900-3,100

THE PROPERTY OF A CHICAGO COLLECTOR

l*257
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Profl de taureau (A.R. 317)
dated XXII II 56 (in reverse; lower right); stamped Madoura
Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso (on the reverse)
partially glazed ceramic plaque
Diameter: 10 in. (25.8 cm.)
Conceived on 22 February 1956 and executed in an edition of
450; framed

1,500-2,000

$2,400-3,100
1,900-2,500

l258
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Picador (A.R. 211)
stamped and numbered Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
261/500 (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic bowl
Diameter: 6 in. (16.4 cm.)
Conceived in 1953 and executed in a numbered edition of 500

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

lD259
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Picador et taureau (A.R. 195)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu/Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 10 in. (26.5 cm.)
Conceived on 25 September 1953 and executed in a small
edition

1,800-2,200

$2,900-3,500
2,300-2,800

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l260
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

l261
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

Scne de tauromachie (A.R. 238)

Scne de tauromachie (A.R. 393)

Picador (A.R. 162)

dated 25.11.53. (in reverse; upper right);


stamped Madoura Empreinte Originale de
Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic bowl
Diameter: 7 in. (18.2 cm.)
Conceived in November 1954 and executed in an
edition of 100

stamped, marked and numbered Edition Picasso


/ Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso / 17/500 /
Madoura (underneath)
engraved terracotta plate
Diameter: 9 in. (23 cm.)
Conceived on 22 January 1957 and executed in a
numbered edition of 500

marked Edition Picasso Madoura (underneath)


partially glazed terracotta pitcher
Height: 5 in. (13.4 cm.)
Conceived on 5 August 1952 and executed in an
edition of 500

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

l262
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)

1,500-2,000

$2,400-3,100
1,900-2,500

l263
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Danseurs (A.R. 387)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(on the reverse)
partially glazed ceramic plaque
Diameter: 7 in. (20.1 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in an edition of 500

1,500-2,000

$2,400-3,100
1,900-2,500

l264
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Danseurs (A.R. 388)
stamped Madoura Plein Feu / Empreinte Originale de Picasso
(on the reverse)
partially glazed ceramic plaque
Diameter: 7 in. (19 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in an edition of 500

1,200-1,800

$1,900-2,800
1,600-2,300

l265
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Ttes (A.R. 368)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic pitcher
Height: 5 in. (13.3 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in an edition of 500

1,500-2,500

$2,400-3,900
1,900-3,100

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l266
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Picador (A.R. 160)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic plate
Diameter: 8 in. (20.9 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

l267
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Oiseau au ver (A.R. 172)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic ashtray
Diameter. 6 in. (15.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500

1,000-2,000

$1,600-3,100
1,300-2,500

l268
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Oiseau au soleil (A.R. 174)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic ashtray
Diameter: 6 in. (16 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

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l269
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Ttes (A.R. 367)
stamped and marked Edition Picasso / Madoura Plein Feu /
Edition Picasso Madoura (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic pitcher
Height: 5 in. (13.8 cm.)
Conceived in 1956 and executed in an edition of 500

1,500-2,500

$2,400-3,900
1,900-3,100

l270
PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)
Picador (A.R. 176)
stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu / Edition Picasso /
Edition Picasso (underneath)
partially glazed ceramic ashtray
Diameter: 6 in. (15.2 cm.)
Conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500

1,000-1,500

$1,600-2,400
1,300-1,900

271
ALAIN RAMI
Picasso, Catalogue of the edited ceramic
works 1947-1971
the complete catalogue raisonn of Picassos ceramic editions,
in English, published in Paris, 1988

500-800

$790-1,300
630-1,000

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47

Important Notices and Explanation of


Cataloguing Practice
IMPORTANT NOTICES
CHRISTIES INTEREST IN PROPERTY
CONSIGNED FOR AUCTION
From time to time, Christies may offer a lot which
it owns in whole or in part. Such property is
identified in the catalogue with the symbol next to
its lot number.
On occasion, Christies has a direct financial interest
in lots consigned for sale, which may include
guaranteeing a minimum price or making an
advance to the consignor that is secured solely by
consigned property. Where Christies holds such
financial interest on its own we identify such lots
with the symbol next to the lot number.
Where Christies has financed all or part of such
interest through a third party the lots are identified
in the catalogue with the symbol u. When a
third party agrees to finance all or part of Christies
interest in a lot, it takes on all or part of the risk of
the lot not being sold, and will be remunerated in
exchange for accepting this risk based on a fixed fee
if the third party is the successful bidder or on the
final hammer price in the event that the third party
is not the successful bidder. The third party may also
bid for the lot. Where it does so, and is the successful
bidder, the remuneration may be netted against the
final purchase price. If the lot is not sold, the third
party may incur a loss. Please see http://www.
christies.com/financial-interest/ for a more detailed
explanation of minimum price guarantees and third
party financing arrangements.
Where Christies has an ownership or financial
interest in every lot in the catalogue, Christies will
not designate each lot with a symbol, but will state
its interest in the front of the catalogue.
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE APPROXIMATE
CONDITION
Christies catalogues include references to condition
only in descriptions of multiple works (such as
prints, books and wine). For all other property,
only alterations or replacement components are
listed. Please contact the Specialist Department
for a condition report on a particular lot. The
nature of the lots sold in our auctions is such that
they will rarely be in perfect condition, and are
likely, due to their nature and age, to show signs
of wear and tear, damage, other imperfections,
restoration or repair. Any reference to condition
in a catalogue entry will not amount to a full
description of condition. Condition reports are
usually available on request, and will supplement
the catalogue description. In describing lots, our
staff assess the condition in a manner appropriate to
the estimated value of the item and the nature of
the auction in which it is included. Any statement
as to the physical nature or condition of a lot, in a
catalogue, condition report or otherwise, is given
honestly and with appropriate care. However,
Christies staff are not professional restorers or
trained conservators and accordingly any such
statement will not be exhaustive. We therefore
recommend that you always view property
personally, and, particularly in the case of any items
of significant value, that you instruct your own
restorer or other professional adviser to report to
you in advance of bidding.

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PROPERTY INCORPORATING MATERIALS


FROM ENDANGERED AND OTHER
PROTECTED SPECIES
Property made of or incorporating (irrespective
of percentage) endangered and other protected
species of wildlife are marked with the symbol ~
in the catalogue. Such material includes, among
other things, ivory, tortoiseshell, crocodile skin,
rhinoceros horn, whale bone and certain species of
coral, together with Brazilian rosewood. Prospective
purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit
altogether the importation of property containing
such materials, and that other countries require a
permit (e.g., a CITES permit) from the relevant
regulatory agencies in the countries of exportation
as well as importation. Accordingly, clients should
familiarise themselves with the relevant customs laws
and regulations prior to bidding on any property
with wildlife material if they intend to import the
property into another country. Please note that it is
the clients responsibility to determine and satisfy the
requirements of any applicable laws or regulations
applying to the export or import of property
containing endangered and other protected wildlife
material. The inability of a client to export or import
property containing endangered and other protected
wildlife material is not a basis for cancellation or
rescission of the sale. Please note also that lots
containing potentially regulated wildlife material are
marked as a convenience to our clients, but Christies
does not accept liability for errors or for failing to
mark lots containing protected or regulated species.
RECENT CHANGES TO IMPORTS OF
ELEPHANT IVORY AND OTHER WILDLIFE
MATERIAL INTO THE USA
The USA has recently changed its policy on the
import of property made of or containing elephant
ivory. Only Asian Elephant ivory may be imported
into the USA, and imports must be accompanied by
DNA analysis and confirmation the object is more
than 100 years old. We have not obtained a DNA
analysis on any lot prior to sale and cannot indicate
whether the elephant ivory in a particular lot is
African or Asian elephant. Buyers purchase these
lots at their own risk and will be responsible for the
costs of obtaining any DNA analysis or other report
required in connection with their proposed import of
such property into the USA.
The USA is also currently requiring all imports of
property made of or containing wildlife material to
be accompanied by a scientific confirmation of species and in some cases an additional confirmation of
age. We have not obtained such confirmations prior
to sale (unless specifically indicated) and buyers will
be responsible for the costs of any such additional
confirmations or opinions required for their proposed import into the USA.
A buyers inability to export or import any lot
containing elephant ivory or other wildlife material
is not a basis for cancelling the purchase.
POST 1950 FURNITURE
All items of post-1950 furniture included in this
sale are items either not originally supplied for use
in a private home or now offered solely as works
of art. These items may not comply with the
provisions of the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire)
(Safety) Regulations 1988 (as amended in 1989 and
1993, the Regulations). Accordingly, these items
should not be used as furniture in your home in
their current condition. If you do intend to use such
items for this purpose, you must first ensure that
they are reupholstered, restuffed and/or recovered
(as appropriate) in order that they comply with the
provisions of the Regulations.

ELECTRICAL GOODS
All electrical goods offered in this catalogue have
either been tested and certified by an appropriately
qualified electrician or have been operationally disabled. We would strongly advise that any intended
re-commissioning is undertaken by an appropriately
qualified electrician.
EXPLANATION OF
CATALOGUING PRACTICE
Terms referred to in paragraph 2 are as follows:A work catalogued with the name(s) or recognised
designation of an artist, without any qualification, is,
in our opinion, a work by the artist.
In other cases, the following expressions, with the
following meanings are used:
By . . .
in our opinion a work by the artist.
Cast from a model by . . .
in our opinion a work from the artists model,
originating in his circle and cast during his lifetime
or shortly thereafter.
Attributed to . . .
in our opinion probably a work by the artist in
whole or in part.
In the style of . . .
in our opinion a work of the period of the artist and
closely related to his style.
Manner of . . .
in our opinion a work executed in the artists style
but of a later date.
After . . .
in our opinion a copy (of any date) of a work of
the artist.
Signed . . .
Dated . . ..
Inscribed . . .
Stamped . . .
in our opinion the signature/date/inscription/stamp
is by the artist or manufacturer.
Bearing the signature. . .
Bearing the date . . .
Bearing the inscription . . .
Bearing the stamp . . .
in our opinion the signature/date/inscription/stamp
is not by the artist or manufacturer.
Measurements are taken where possible from the
platemark (P), otherwise they record the size
of the sheet (S) or the borderline of the subject
(L). All measurements are in centimetres to the
nearest centimetre and are approximate.

Buying at Christies
CONDITIONS OF SALE
Christies Conditions of Sale and Limited Warranty are set out
later in this catalogue. Bidders are strongly encouraged to read
these as they set out the terms on which property is bought
at auction.
ESTIMATES
Estimates are based upon prices recently paid at auction for
comparable property, condition, rarity, quality and provenance.
Estimates are subject to revision. Buyers should not rely upon
estimates as a representation or prediction of actual selling
prices. Estimates do not include the buyers premium or VAT.
Where Estimate on Request appears, please contact the
Specialist Department for further information.
RESERVES
The reserve is the confidential minimum price the consignor
will accept and will not exceed the low pre-sale estimate. Lots
that are not subject to a reserve are identified by the symbol
next to the lot number.
BUYERS PREMIUM
Christies charges a premium to the buyer on the final bid
price of each lot sold at the following rates: 25% of the final
bid price of each lot up to and including 50,000, 20% of
the excess of the hammer price above 50,000 and up to and
including 1,000,000 and 12% of the excess of the hammer
price above 1,000,000. Exceptions: Wine and Cigars: 17.5%
of the final bid price of each lot. VAT is payable on the
premium at the applicable rate.
PRE-AUCTION VIEWING
Pre-auction viewings are open to the public free of charge.
Christies specialists are available to give advice and condition
reports at viewings or by appointment.
BIDDER REGISTRATION
Prospective buyers who have not previously bid or consigned
with Christies should bring:
Individuals: government-issued photo identification (such as
a photo driving licence, national identity card, or passport) and,
if not shown on the ID document, proof of current address, for
example a utility bill or bank statement.
Corporate clients: a certificate of incorporation.
For other business structures such as trusts, offshore
companies or partnerships, please contact Christies Credit
Department at + 44 (0)20 7839 2825 for advice on the
information you should supply.
A financial reference in the form of a recent bank statement
or a reference from your bank in line with your expected
purchase level. Christies can supply a form of wording for the
bank reference if necessary.
Persons registering to bid on behalf of someone who has
not previously bid or consigned with Christies should bring
identification documents not only for themselves but also for
the party on whose behalf they are bidding, together with a
signed letter of authorisation from that party.
To allow sufficient time to process the information, new clients
are encouraged to register at least 48 hours in advance of a sale.
Prospective buyers should register for a numbered bidding
paddle at least 30 minutes before the auction. Clients who have
not made a purchase from any Christies office within the last
one year and those wishing to spend more than on previous
occasions, will be asked to supply a new bank reference.
For assistance with references, please contact Christies Credit
Department at +44 (0)20 7389 2862 (London, King Street)
or at +44 (0)20 7752 3137 (London, South Kensington). We
may at our option ask you for a financial reference or a
deposit as a condition of allowing you to bid.
REGISTERING TO BID ON SOMEONE ELSES BEHALF
Persons bidding on behalf of an existing client should bring
a signed letter from the client authorising the bidder to act
on the clients behalf. Please note that Christies does not
accept payments from third parties. Christies can only accept
payment from the client, and not from the person bidding
on their behalf.
BIDDING
The auctioneer accepts bids from those present in the saleroom, from telephone bidders, or by absentee written bids left
with Christies in advance of the auction. The auctioneer may
also execute bids on behalf of the seller up to the amount of
the reserve. The auctioneer will not specifically identify bids
placed on behalf of the seller. Under no circumstances will the
auctioneer place any bid on behalf of the seller at or above the
reserve. Bid steps are shown on the Absentee Bid Form at the
back of this catalogue.
ABSENTEE BIDS
Absentee bids are written instructions from prospective buyers
directing Christies to bid on their behalf up to a maximum
amount specified for each lot. Christies staff will attempt to
execute an absentee bid at the lowest possible price, taking
into account the reserve price. Absentee bids submitted on no
reserve lots will, in the absence of a higher bid, be executed
at approximately 50% of the low pre sale estimate or at the
amount of the bid if it is less than 50% of the low pre-sale
estimate.The auctioneer may execute absentee bids directly
from the rostrum, clearly identifying these as absentee bids,
book bids, order bids or commission bids. Absentee
Bids Forms are available in this catalogue, at any Christies
location, or online at christies.com.

TELEPHONE BIDS
Telephone bids cannot be accepted for lots estimated below
2,000. Arrangements must be confirmed with the Bid
Department at least 24 hours prior to the auction at +44 (0)20
7389 2658 (London, King Street) or +44 (0)20 7752 3225
(London, South Kensington). Arrangements to bid in languages
other than English must be made well in advance of the sale
date. Telephone bids may be recorded. By bidding on the
telephone, prospective purchasers consent to the recording of
their conversation.
SUCCESSFUL BIDS
While Invoices are sent out by mail after the auction we do not
accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid.
Buyers are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as
soon as possible after the sale to obtain details of the outcome
of their bids to avoid incurring unnecessary storage charges.
Successful bidders will pay the price of the final bid plus
premium plus any applicable VAT.
PAYMENT
Buyers are expected to make payment for purchases
immediately after the auction. To avoid delivery delays,
prospective buyers are encouraged to supply bank or other
suitable references before the auction. Please note that Christies
will not accept payments for purchased Lots from any party
other than the registered buyer.
Lots purchased in London may be paid for in the following
ways: wire transfer, credit card: Visa and MasterCard & American
Express only (up to 25,000), and cash (up to 5,000 (subject
to conditions)), bankers draft (subject to conditions) or cheque
(must be drawn in GBP on a UK bank; clearance will take 5 to
10 business days).
Wire Transfers: Lloyds TSB Bank Plc City Office PO Box 217
72 Lombard Street, London
EC3P 3BT A/C: 00172710 Sort Code: 30-00-02 for
international transfers, SWIFT LOYDGB2LCTY. For banks
asking for an IBAN: GB81 LOYD 3000 0200 1727 10.
Credit Card: Visa and MasterCard & American Express only. A
limit of 25,000 for credit card payments will apply. This limit
is inclusive of the buyers premium and any applicable taxes.
Credit card payments at London sale sites will only be accepted
for London sales. Christies will not accept credit card payments
for purchases made in any other sale site. The fax number to
send completed CNP (Card Member not Present) authorisation
forms to is +44 (0) 20 7389 2821. The number to call to make
a CNP payment over the phone is +44 (0) 20 7752 3388.
Alternatively, clients can mail the authorisation form to the
address below.
Cash is limited to 5,000 (subject to conditions).
Bankers Draft should be made payable to Christies (subject to
conditions).
Cheques should be made payable to Christies (must be
drawn in GBP on a UK bank, clearance will take 5 to 10
business days).
In order to process your payment efficiently, please quote
sale number, invoice number and client number with all
transactions.
All mailed payments should be sent to:
Christies, Cashiers Department,
8 King Street, St Jamess, London, SW1Y 6QT
Please direct all inquiries to King Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7389 2996 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7389 2863
VAT

VAT payable at 20% on hammer price and buyers premium


*
These lots have been imported from outside the EU for sale
using a Temporary Import regime. Import VAT is payable (at
5%) on the Hammer price. VAT is also payable (at 20%) on
the buyers Premium on a VAT inclusive basis. This VAT is
not shown separately on the invoice. When a buyer of such a
lot has registered an EU address but wishes to export the lot or
complete the import into another EU country, he must advise
Christies immediately after the auction.

These lots have been imported from outside the EU for sale
using a Temporary Import regime. Import VAT is payable
(at 20%) on the Hammer price. VAT is also payable (at 20%)
on the buyers Premium on a VAT inclusive basis. This VAT
is not shown separately on the invoice. Where applicable
Customs duty will be charged (per rate specified by HMRC
guidance) on the Hammer price and VAT will be payable at
20% on duty. When a buyer of such a lot has registered an EU
address but wishes to export the lot or complete the import
into another EU country, he must advise Christies immediately
after the auction.
BuyersfromwithintheEU:
VAT payable at 20% on just the buyers premium (NOT the
hammer price).
BuyersfromoutsidetheEU:
VAT payable at 20% on hammer price and buyers premium.
If a buyer, having registered under a non-EU address, decides
that the item is not to be exported from the EU, then he
should advise Christies to this effect immediately
q Z
ero rated
No VAT charged.
(no symbol) Auctioneers Margin Scheme
In all other circumstances no VAT will be charged on the
hammer price, but VAT payable at 20% will be added to the
buyers premium which is invoiced on a VAT inclusive basis.

WineAuctions
This wine is in bond. You can choose to take the wine
in bond or duty paid. See the additional conditions of sale
relating to wine for further details.
VATRefunds
Refunds cannot be made where lots have been purchased with
an inside EU address. Christies can only refund Import VAT
(Lots with * or symbol) if lots are exported within 30 days
of collection. Valid export documents must be returned within
the stipulated time frame. No refund will be paid out where
the total amount is less than 100. UK & EU private buyers
cannot reclaim VAT. Christies will charge 35 for each
refund processed. For detailed information please see the leaflets
available, or email info@Christies.com
Where non-EU buyers have failed to export their lots outside
of the EU within the required time, HM Revenue & Customs
will not allow a VAT refund to be made. This is a requirement
of UK legislation and Christies do not have discretion to make
exceptions to the rule. UK and EU private buyers cannot
reclaim any VAT charged.
ARTISTS RESALE RIGHT (DROIT DE SUITE)
If a lot is affected by this right it will be identified with the
symbol next to the lot number. The buyer agrees to pay to
Christies an amount equal to the resale royalty. Resale royalty
applies where the Hammer Price is 1,000 Euro or more and
the amount cannot be more than 12,500 Euro per lot. The
amount is calculated as follows:
Royalty
4.00%
3.00%
1.00%
0.50%
0.25%

For the portion of the Hammer Price (in Euro)


up to 50,000
between 50,000.01 and 200,000
between 200,000.01 and 350,000
between 350,000.01 and 500,000
in excess of 500,000

Invoices will, as usual, be issued in Pounds Sterling. For the


purposes of calculating the resale royalty the Pounds Sterling/
Euro rate of exchange will be the European Central Bank
reference rate on the day of the sale.
SHIPPING
It is the buyers responsibility to pick up purchases or make
all shipping arrangements. After payment has been made in
full, Christies can arrange property packing and shipping at
the buyers request and expense. Buyers should request an
estimate for any large items or property of high value that
require professional packing. A shipping form is enclosed with
each invoice, alternatively buyers can visit www.christies.com/
shipping to request a shipping estimate. For more information
please contact the Shipping Department at + 44 (0)20 7389
2712 or via
ArtTransport_London@christies.com for both London,
King Street and London, South Kensington sales.
EXPORT OF GOODS FROM THE EU
If you are proposing to take purchased items outside the EU the
following applies:
ChristiesArtTransport:
If you use Christies Art Transport you will not be required to
pay the VAT at the time of settlement.
ChristiesVATauthorisedShipper:
If you use a Christies VAT authorised shipper you will not be
required to pay the VAT at the time of settlement.
OwnShipper:
VAT will be charged on the invoice, refundable by the VAT
Department upon receipt of the appropriate official documents
sent to us by your shipper.
Hand-Carried:
VAT will be charged on the invoice.This will be refunded by
the VAT Department upon receipt of the appropriate official
document.
*, or
Starred, Omega or Daggered lots A C88 can be obtained
from Christies Shipping Department .This document must be
stamped by UK Customs on leaving the UK.
(no symbol)
Margin Scheme lots Please obtain GB Tax Free form from
the Cashiers. This document must be stamped by UK Customs
on leaving the UK.
Starred or Omega lots must be exported within 30 days of the
date of collection. All other lots not subject to import VAT
must be exported within three months of collection, and proof
of export provided in the appropriate form.
EXPORT/IMPORT PERMITS
Buyers should always check whether an export licence is required
before exporting. It is the buyers sole responsibility to obtain any
relevant export or import licence. The denial of any licence or
any delay in obtaining licences shall neither justify the rescission of
any sale nor any delay in making full payment for the lot.
Christies can advise buyers on the detailed provisions of the
export licensing regulations and will submit any necessary
export licence applications on request. However, Christies
cannot ensure that a licence will be obtained. Local laws may
prohibit the import of some property and/or may prohibit
the resale of some property in the country of importation.
For more information, please contact Christies Shipping
Department at +44 (0)20 7389 2828 or the Museums, Libraries
and Archives Council: Acquisitions, Export and Loans Unit at
+44 (0)20 7273 8269/8267.
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Storage and Collection


STORAGE & COLLECTION CHARGES
Specified lots, marked with a filled square ( ) not
cleared from Christies by 5.00 pm on the day of
the sale and all sold and unsold lots not cleared from
Christies by 5.00 pm on the fifth Friday following
the sale will be removed to the warehouse of:
Cadogan Tate Ltd
241 Acton Lane, Park Royal
London NW10 7NP
Telephone: +44 (0)800 988 6100
Email: collections@cadogantate.com
Lots will be available for collection on the frst full
business week after transfer to Cadogan Tate Ltd and
every business weekday from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Property, once paid, can be released to Christies
Fine Art Storage Services (CFASS) in London,
New York or Singapore FreePort at any time for
environmentally controlled long term storage, per
client request. CFASS is a separate subsidiary of
Christies and clients enjoy complete confidentiality.
Visit www.cfass.com, or contact london@cfass.com.
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7622 0609 for details.
TRANSFER, STORAGE & RELATED
CHARGES (PER LOT)
CHARGES

Furniture/
Large Objects

Transfer/Admin
Storage per day
Extended
Liability Charge:

42.00
21.00
5.25
2.65
The lower amount of 0.6% of
Hammer Price or 100% of the
above charges

Pictures/
Small Objects

All charges are subject to VAT. Very large or heavy


items may be subject to a surcharge.

COLLECTION & PAYMENT OF ANY


CHARGES DUE
Lots will be available for collection from
Cadogan Tate Ltd
241 Acton Lane, Park Royal
London NW10 7NP
Telephone: +44 (0)800 988 6100
Email: collections@cadogantate.com
on every business day after the day of transfer,
from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm.
Lots may only be released by Cadogan Tate upon
a) production of the Collection Order
obtained from the cashiers office at
Christies, 85 Old Brompton Road, London SW7
or Christies, 8 King Street, London SW1
b) payment of any charges that may be due to
Cadogan Tate Ltd
To assist Cadogan Tate to provide a swift release
please telephone on the business day prior to
collection to ensure that Lots are available and to
ascertain any charges due. If sending a carrier please
ensure that they are provided with all necessary
information, your written authority to collect, the
Collection Order and the means to settle any charges.
COLLECTION FROM CADOGAN TATE
Please note that Cadogan Tate Ltds opening hours
are Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, and
purchases transferred to their warehouse are not
available for collection at weekends.

EXTENDED LIABILITY CHARGES


All services provided by Cadogan Tate Ltd
(Cadogan Tate) will be subject to their standard
Conditions of Business, copies of which are
available at Christies South Kensington.
Please note in particular that Cadogan Tate
does not accept any liability for damage or loss,
due to its negligence or otherwise, exceeding the
Hammer Price of a Lot plus associated Buyers
Premium, or, at its sole option, the cost of repairing
or replacing the damaged or missing Lot and
it reserves a lien over all goods in its possession
for payment of storage and all other charges due
to it and
it automatically arranges on behalf of the Lots
owner and at the owners cost, insurance of the
Lot for the sum of the Hammer price plus Buyers
Premium. The Extended Liability Charge covers
the Lot from the time of collection from the
saleroom until release of the Lot to the owner or
the owners agent. The Extended Liability Charge
payable by the owner of the Lot is 0.6% of the
sum of the Hammer Price and Buyers Premium or
100% of the transfer and storage charges, whichever
is the smaller. This Extended Liability will not be
arranged and no charge will be payable only on
receipt by Cadogan Tate of advance written notice
from the owner of the lot together with formal
waiver of subrogation from the owners insurers.
Christies Fine Art Storage Services (CFASS)
also offers storage solutions for fine art, antiques and
collectibles in New York and Singapore FreePort.
CFASS is a separate subsidiary of Christies and
clients enjoy complete confidentiality.
Visit www.cfass.com for charges and other details.

Please note that there will be no charge to


purchasers who collect their lots within two
weeks of this sale.

Cadogan TaTe LTds Warehouse


241 Acton Lane,
Park Royal,
London NW10 7NP
Telephone: +44 (0)800 988 6100
Email: collections@cadogantate.com
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Conditions of Sale
These Conditions of Sale and the Important Notices
and Explanation of Cataloguing Practice set out the
terms governing the legal relationship of Christies
and the seller with the buyer. You should read them
carefully before bidding.

3. AT THE SALE
(a) Refusal of admission
Christies has the right, at our complete discretion,
to refuse admission to the premises or participation
in any auction and to reject any bid.

1. CHRISTIES AS AGENT
Except as otherwise stated Christies acts as agent for
the seller. The contract for the sale of the property is
therefore made between the seller and the buyer.

(b) Registration before bidding


Prospective buyers who wish to bid in the saleroom
can register online in advance of the sale, or
can come to the saleroom on the day of the sale
approximately 30 minutes before the start of the
sale to register in person. Prospective buyers must
complete and sign a registration form with his
or her name and permanent address, and provide
identification before bidding. We may require the
production of bank details from which payment will
be made or other financial references.

2.

CATALOGUE DESCRIPTIONS
AND CONDITION
Lots are sold as described and otherwise in the
condition they are in at the time of the sale, on the
following basis.
(a) Condition
The nature of the lots sold in our auctions is such that
they will rarely be in perfect condition, and are likely,
due to their nature and age, to show signs of wear
and tear, damage, other imperfections, restoration or
repair. Any reference to condition in a catalogue entry
will not amount to a full description of condition.
Condition reports are usually available on request,
and will supplement the catalogue description. In
describing lots, our staff assess the condition in a
manner appropriate to the estimated value of the item
and the nature of the auction in which it is included.
Any statement as to the physical nature or condition
of a lot, in a catalogue, condition report or otherwise,
is given honestly and with appropriate care. However,
Christies staff are not professional restorers or trained
conservators and accordingly any such statement will
not be exhaustive. We therefore recommend that you
always view property personally, and, particularly
in the case of any items of significant value, that
you instruct your own restorer or other professional
adviser to report to you in advance of bidding.
(b) Cataloguing Practice
Our cataloguing practice is explained in the
Important Notices and Explanation of Cataloguing
Practice, which appear after the catalogue entries.
(c) Attribution etc
Any statements made by Christies about any lot,
whether orally or in writing, concerning attribution
to, for example, an artist, school, or country of origin,
or history or provenance, or any date or period, are
expressions of our opinion or belief. Our opinions and
beliefs have been formed honestly and in accordance
with the standard of care reasonably to be expected
of an auction house of Christies standing, due regard
having been had to the estimated value of the item
and the nature of the auction in which it is included.
It must be clearly understood, however, that, due to
the nature of the auction process, we are unable to
carry out exhaustive research of the kind undertaken
by professional historians and scholars, and also that, as
research develops and scholarship and expertise evolve,
opinions on these matters may change. We therefore
recommend that, particularly in the case of any item of
significant value, you seek advice on such matters from
your own professional advisers.
(d) Estimates
Estimates of the selling price should not be relied on
as a statement that this is the price at which the item
will sell or its value for any other purpose.
(e) Fitness for Purpose
Lots sold are enormously varied in terms of age, category
and condition, and may be purchased for a variety
of purposes. Unless otherwise specifically agreed, no
promise is made that a lot is fit for any particular purpose.

(c) Bidding as principal


When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal
liability to pay the purchase price, including the
buyers premium and all applicable taxes, plus
all other applicable charges, unless it has been
explicitly agreed in writing with Christies before
the commencement of the sale that the bidder is
acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party
acceptable to Christies, and that Christies will only
look to the principal for payment.
(d) Absentee bids
We will use reasonable efforts to carry out written
bids delivered to us prior to the sale for the
convenience of clients who are not present at the
auction in person, by an agent or by telephone. Bids
must be placed in the currency of the place of the
sale. Please refer to the catalogue for the Absentee
Bids Form. If we receive written bids on a particular
lot for identical amounts, and at the auction these
are the highest bids on the lot, it will be sold to
the person whose written bid was received and
accepted first. Execution of written bids is a free
service undertaken subject to other commitments
at the time of the sale and provided that we have
exercised reasonable care in the handling of written
bids, the volume of goods is such that we cannot
accept liability in any individual instance for failing
to execute a written bid or for errors and omissions
in connection with it arising from circumstances
beyond our reasonable control.
(e) Telephone bids
If a prospective buyer makes arrangements with us
prior to the commencement of the sale we will use
reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to
participate in the bidding by telephone but we do
not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors
and omissions in connection with telephone bidding
arising from circumstances beyond our reasonable
control.
(f) Currency converter
At some auctions a currency converter may be
operated. Errors may occur in the operation of
the currency converter. Where these arise from
circumstances beyond our reasonable control we
do not accept liability to bidders who follow the
currency converter rather than the actual bidding in
the saleroom.
(g) Video or digital images
At some auctions there may be a video or digital
screen. Errors may occur in its operation and in the
quality of the image. We do not accept liability for
such errors where they arise for reasons beyond our
reasonable control.

(h) Reserves
Unless otherwise indicated, all lots are offered
subject to a reserve, which is the confidential
minimum price below which the lot will not be
sold. The reserve will not exceed the low estimate
printed in the catalogue. If any lots are not subject
to a reserve, they will be identified with the symbol
next to the lot number. The auctioneer may open
the bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing
a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may
continue to bid on behalf of the seller up to the
amount of the reserve, either by placing consecutive
bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders.
(i) Auctioneers discretion
The auctioneer has the right to exercise reasonable
discretion in refusing any bid, advancing the bidding
in such a manner as he may decide, withdrawing or
dividing any lot, combining any two or more lots
and, in the case of error or dispute, and whether
during or after the sale, determining the successful
bidder, continuing the bidding, cancelling the sale
or reoffering and reselling the item in dispute. If
any dispute arises after the sale, then, in the absence
of any evidence to the contrary the sale record
maintained by the auctioneer will be conclusive.
(j) Successful bid and passing of risk
Subject to the auctioneers reasonable discretion, the
highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer will be
the buyer and the striking of his hammer marks the
acceptance of the highest bid and the conclusion of
a contract for sale between the seller and the buyer.
Risk and responsibility for the lot (including frames
or glass where relevant) passes to the buyer at the
expiration of seven calendar days from the date of
the sale or on collection by the buyer if earlier.
4. AFTER THE SALE
(a) Buyers premium
In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees
to pay to us the buyers premium together with any
applicable value added tax. The buyers premium
is 25% of the final bid price of each lot up to and
including 50,000, 20% of the excess of the hammer
price above 50,000 and up to and including
1,000,000 and 12% of the excess of the hammer
price above 1,000,000. Exceptions: Wine and
Cigars: 17.5% of the final bid price of each lot, VAT
is payable at the applicable rate.
(b) Artists Resale Right (Droit de Suite)
If the Artists Resale Right Regulations 2006 apply to
the lot the buyer also agrees to pay to us an amount
equal to the resale royalty provided for in those
Regulations. Lots affected are identified with the
symbol next to the lot number.
(c) Payment and ownership
The buyer must pay the full amount due
(comprising the hammer price, buyers premium
and any applicable taxes or resale royalty)
immediately after the sale. This applies even if
the buyer wishes to export the lot and an export
licence is, or may be, required. The buyer will not
acquire title to the lot until all amounts due to us
from the buyer have been received by us in good
cleared funds even in circumstances where we have
released the lot to the buyer.

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51

(d) Collection of purchases


We shall be entitled to retain items sold until all
amounts due to us, or to Christies International
plc, or to any of its affiliates, subsidiaries or parent
companies worldwide, have been received in full in
good cleared funds or until the buyer has performed
any other outstanding obligations as we, at our sole
discretion, shall require, including, for the avoidance
of doubt, completing any anti-money laundering or
anti-terrorism financing checks we may require to our
satisfaction. In the event a buyer fails to complete any
anti-money laundering or anti-terrorism financing
checks to our satisfaction, Christies shall be entitled
to cancel the sale and to take any other actions that are
required or permitted under applicable law. Subject
to this, the buyer shall collect purchased lots within
two calendar days from the date of the sale unless
otherwise agreed between us and the buyer.

transactions, to apply any amount paid to


discharge any amount owed in respect of any
particular transaction, whether or not the buyer
so directs;
(viii) to reject at any future auction any bids made by
or on behalf of the buyer or to obtain a deposit
from the buyer before accepting any bids;
(ix) to exercise all the rights and remedies of a
person holding security over any property in our
possession owned by the buyer, whether by way
of pledge, security interest or in any other way,
to the fullest extent permitted by the law of the
place where such property is located. The buyer
will be deemed to have granted such security to
us and we may retain such property as collateral
security for such buyers obligations to us;
(x) to take such other action as we deem necessary
or appropriate.

(e) Packing, handling and shipping


Although we shall use reasonable efforts to take care
when handling, packing and shipping a purchased
lot and in selecting third parties for these purposes,
we are not responsible for the acts or omissions of
any such third parties. Similarly, where we suggest
other handlers, packers or carriers if so requested,
our suggestions are made on the basis of our general
experience of such parties in the past and we are not
responsible to any person to whom we have made
a recommendation for the acts or omissions of the
third party concerned.

If we resell the property under paragraph (iv) above,


the defaulting buyer shall be liable for payment of
any deficiency between the total amount originally
due to us and the price obtained upon resale as well
as for all reasonable costs, expenses, damages, legal
fees and commissions and premiums of whatever
kind associated with both sales or otherwise arising
from the default. If we pay any amount to the seller
under paragraph (v) above, the buyer acknowledges
that Christies shall have all of the rights of the seller,
however arising, to pursue the buyer for such amount.

(f) Export licence


Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing, the fact
that the buyer wishes to apply for an export licence
does not affect his or her obligation to make payment
immediately after the sale nor our right to charge
interest or storage charges on late payment. If the
buyer requests us to apply for an export licence on his
or her behalf, we shall be entitled to make a charge for
this service. We shall not be obliged to rescind a sale
nor to refund any interest or other expenses incurred
by the buyer where payment is made by the buyer in
circumstances where an export licence is required.
(g) Remedies for non payment
If the buyer fails to make payment in full in good
cleared funds within 7 days after the sale, we shall
have the right to exercise a number of legal rights
and remedies. These include, but are not limited to,
the following:
(i) to charge interest at an annual rate equal to 5%
above the base rate of Lloyds TSB Bank Plc;
(ii) to hold the defaulting buyer liable for the
total amount due and to commence legal
proceedings for its recovery together with
interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent
permitted under applicable law;
(iii) to cancel the sale;
(iv) to resell the property publicly or privately on
such terms as we shall think fit;
(v) to pay the seller an amount up to the net
proceeds payable in respect of the amount bid
by the defaulting buyer;
(vi) to set off against any amounts which we,
or Christies International plc, or any of its
affiliates, subsidiaries or parent companies
worldwide, may owe the buyer in any other
transactions, the outstanding amount remaining
unpaid by the buyer;
(vii) where several amounts are owed by the buyer
to us, or to Christies International plc, or
to any of its affiliates, subsidiaries or parent
companies worldwide, in respect of different

(h) Failure to collect purchases


Where purchases are not collected within two calendar
days from the date of the sale, whether or not payment
has been made, we shall be permitted to remove the
property to a third party warehouse at the buyers
expense, and only release the items after payment in full
has been made of removal, storage, handling, and any
other costs reasonably incurred, together with payment
of all other amounts due to us.
(i) Selling Property at Christies
In addition to expenses such as transport, all
consignors pay a commission according to a fixed
scale of charges based upon the value of the property
sold by the consignor at Christies in a calendar year.
Commissions are charged on a sale by sale basis.
5. LIMITED WARRANTY
In addition to Christies liability to buyers set out in
clause 2 of these Conditions, but subject to the terms
and conditions of this paragraph, Christies warrants for
a period of five years from the date of the sale that any
property described in headings printed in UPPER CASE
TYPE (i.e. headings having all capital-letter type) in
this catalogue (as such description may be amended by
any saleroom notice or announcement) which is stated
without qualification to be the work of a named author
or authorship, is authentic and not a forgery. The term
author or authorship refers to the creator of the
property or to the period, culture, source or origin, as the
case may be, with which the creation of such property
is identified in the UPPER CASE description of the
property in this catalogue. Only UPPER CASE TYPE
headings of lots in this catalogue indicate what is being
warranted by Christies. Christies warranty does not
apply to supplemental material which appears below
the UPPER CASE TYPE headings of each lot and
Christies is not responsible for any errors or omissions
in such material. The terms used in the headings are
further explained in Important Notices and Explanation
of Cataloguing Practice. The warranty does not apply
to any heading which is stated to represent a qualified
opinion. The warranty is subject to the following:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

It does not apply where (a) the catalogue


description or saleroom notice corresponded
to the generally accepted opinion of scholars
or experts at the date of the sale or fairly
indicated that there was a conflict of opinions;
or (b) correct identification of a lot can be
demonstrated only by means of either a
scientific process not generally accepted for
use until after publication of the catalogue or
a process which at the date of publication of
the catalogue was unreasonably expensive or
impractical or likely to have caused damage to
the property.
The benefits of the warranty are not assignable
and shall apply only to the original buyer of the
lot as shown on the invoice originally issued by
Christies when the lot was sold at auction.
The original buyer must have remained the
owner of the lot without disposing of any
interest in it to any third party.
The buyers sole and exclusive remedy against
Christies and the seller, in place of any other
remedy which might be available, is the
cancellation of the sale and the refund of the
original purchase price paid for the lot. Neither
Christies nor the seller will be liable for any
special, incidental or consequential damages
including, without limitation, loss of profits
nor for interest.
The buyer must give written notice of claim
to us within five years from the date of the
auction. It is Christies general policy, and
Christies shall have the right, to require the
buyer to obtain the written opinions of two
recognised experts in the field, mutually
acceptable to Christies and the buyer, before
Christies decides whether or not to cancel the
sale under the warranty.
The buyer must return the lot to the Christies
saleroom at which it was purchased in the same
condition as at the time of the sale.

6. COPYRIGHT
The copyright in all images, illustrations and written
material produced by or for Christies relating to a
lot including the contents of this catalogue, is and
shall remain at all times the property of Christies
and shall not be used by the buyer, nor by anyone
else, without our prior written consent. Christies
and the seller make no representation or warranty
that the buyer of a property will acquire any
copyright or other reproduction rights in it.
7. SEVERABILITY
If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by
any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable,
that part shall be discounted and the rest of the
conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest
extent permitted by law.
8. LAW AND JURISDICTION
The rights and obligations of the parties with
respect to these Conditions of Sale, the conduct of
the auction and any matters connected with any
of the foregoing shall be governed and interpreted
by the laws of England. By bidding at auction,
whether present in person or by agent, by written
bid, telephone or other means, the buyer shall
be deemed to have submitted, for the benefit of
Christies, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts
of the United Kingdom.

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Worldwide Salerooms and European Offices

AUSTRIA
VIENNA

INDIA
MUMBAI

RUSSIA
MOSCOW

UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON
LONDON,
SOUTH KENSINGTON

+43 (0)1 533 8812


Angela Baillou

+91 (22) 2280 7905


Sonal Singh

BELGIUM
BRUSSELS

DELHI

+7 495 937 6364


+44 20 7389 2318
Katya Vinokurova

+91 (98) 1032 2399


Sanjay Sharma

SPAIN
BARCELONA

NORTH

ISRAEL
TEL AVIV

+34 (0)93 487 8259


Carmen Schjaer

+44 (0)20 7752 3004


Thomas Scott

+972 (0)3 695 0695


Roni Gilat-Baharaff

MADRID

SOUTH

+34 (0)91 532 6626


Juan Varez
Dalia Padilla

+44 (0)1730 814 300


Mark Wrey
EAST

SWEDEN
STOCKHOLM

+44 (0)20 7752 3004


Thomas Scott

+46 (0)70 5368 166


Marie Boettiger
Kleman (Consultant)
+46 (0)70 9369 201
Louise Dyhln
(Consultant)

NORTHWEST AND
WALES

+32 (0)2 512 88 30


Roland de Lathuy
DENMARK
COPENHAGEN

+45 3962 2377


Birgitta Hillingso
(Consultant)
+ 45 2612 0092
Rikke Juel Brandt
(Consultant)
FINLAND AND THE
BALTIC STATES
HELSINKI

+358 40 5837945
Barbro Schauman
(Consultant)
FRANCE
PARIS

ITALY
MILAN

+39 02 303 2831


ROME

+39 06 686 3333


Marina Cicogna
Business Development
Director
MONACO

+377 97 97 11 00
Nancy Dotta
THE NETHERLANDS
AMSTERDAM

+33 (0)1 40 76 85 85

+31 (0)20 57 55 255

GERMANY
DSSELDORF

PEOPLES REPUBLIC
OF CHINA
BEIJING

+49 (0)21 14 91 59 30
Arno Verkade

+86 (0)10 8572 7900

FRANKFURT

HONG KONG

+49 (0)61 74 20 94 85
Anja Schaller

SHANGHAI

HAMBURG

+49 (0)40 27 94 073


Christiane Grfin zu
Rantzau
MUNICH

+49 (0)89 24 20 96 80
Marie Christine Grfin
Huyn
STUTTGART

+49 (0)71 12 26 96 99
Eva Susanne Schweizer

DENOTES SALEROOM

+852 2760 1766


+86 86 (0)21 6355 1766
Jinqing Cai
PORTUGAL
LISBON

SWITZERLAND
GENEVA

+41 (0)22 319 1766


Eveline de Proyart
ZURICH

+44 (0)20 7839 9060

+44 (0)20 7930 6074

+44 (0)20 7752 3004


Jane Blood
SCOTLAND

+44 (0)131 225 4756


Bernard Williams
Robert Lagneau
David Bowes-Lyon
(Consultant)
ISLE OF MAN

+44 (0)20 7389 2032

+41 (0)44 268 1010


Dr. Bertold Mueller

CHANNEL ISLANDS

TURKEY
ISTANBUL

+44 (0)1534 485 988


Melissa Bonn

+90 (532) 558 7514


Eda Kehale Argn
(Consultant)

+353 (0)59 86 24996


Christine Ryall

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


DUBAI

+971 (0)4 425 5647

IRELAND

UNITED STATES
NEW YORK

+1 212 636 2000

+351 919 317 233


Mafalda Pereira
Coutinho
(Independent
Consultant)

E NQ U I RI ES Call the Saleroom or Office


For a complete salerooms & offices listing go to christies.com

E MA I L info@christies.com
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Christies Specialist Departments and Services


DEPARTMENTS
AMERICAN FURNITURE

NY: +1 212 636 2230


AMERICAN INDIAN ART

NY: +1 212 606 0536


AMERICAN PICTURES

NY: +1 212 636 2140


ANGLO-INDIAN ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2570


ANTIQUITIES

INDIAN
CONTEMPORARY ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2700


NY: +1 212 636 2189
INTERIORS

SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2236


NY: +1 212 636 2032
ISLAMIC WORKS OF ART

POSTERS
PRINTS

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2328


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3109
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
AND
COUNTRY HOUSE SALES

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2700


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3239

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2343

JAPANESE
WORKS OF ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2057

RUSSIAN WORKS OF ART


TRAVEL, SCIENCE AND
NATURAL HISTORY

ARMS AND ARMOUR

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2591


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3239

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3119

JEWELLERY

ASIAN 20TH CENTURY


AND CONTEMPORARY ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2383


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3265

NY: +1 212 468 7133

LATIN AMERICAN ART

AUSTRALIAN PICTURES

NY: +1 212 636 2150

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2040

MARITIME PICTURES

BOOKS AND
MANUSCRIPTS

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3284


NY: +1 212 707 5949

SWISS ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2674


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3203

MINIATURES

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2650

TOPOGRAPHICAL
PICTURES

BRITISH & IRISH ART

MODERN DESIGN

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2682


NY: +1 212 636 2084
SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3257

SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2142

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2040


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3291

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3219

BRITISH ART ON PAPER

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2278


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3293
NY: +1 212 636 2085
BRITISH PICTURES
1500-1850

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2945


CARPETS

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2370


SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2776
CHINESE WORKS OF ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2577


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3239
CLOCKS

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2357

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2699


NINETEENTH CENTURY
EUROPEAN PICTURES

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2443


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3309
OBJECTS OF VERTU

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2347


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3001
OLD MASTER DRAWINGS

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2251


OLD MASTER PICTURES

ORIENTAL CERAMICS
AND WORKS OF ART

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3026


FURNITURE

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2482


SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2791
IMPRESSIONIST PICTURES

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2638


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3218

SILVER

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2666


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3262
ZUR: +41 (0) 44 268 1012

TWENTIETH CENTURY
BRITISH ART

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2446


SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2502

EUROPEAN CERAMICS
AND GLASS

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2331


SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2794

NINETEENTH CENTURY
FURNITURE AND
SCULPTURE

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2531


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3250

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3215

SCULPTURE

TRIBAL AND
PRE-COLUMBIAN ART

CONTEMPORARY ART

COSTUME, TEXTILES
AND FANS

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3291

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3365

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

PAR: +33 (0)140 768 386

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2684


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3311
TWENTIETH CENTURY
DECORATIVE ART
& DESIGN

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2140


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3236
TWENTIETH CENTURY
PICTURES

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2446


SK: +44 (0)20 7389 2502

Tel: +44 (0)20 7389 2548


Email: norchard@
christies.com
FINANCIAL SERVICES

Tel: +44 (0)20 7389 2624


Fax: +44 (0)20 7389 2204
HERITAGE AND
TAXATION

Tel: +44 (0)20 7389 2101


Fax: +44 (0)20 7389 2300
Email:rcornett@christies.
com
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
AND
COUNTRY HOUSE SALES

Tel: +44 (0)20 7389 2343


Fax: +44 (0)20 7389 2225
Email: awaters@christies.
com
MUSEUM SERVICES, UK

Tel: +44 (0)20 7389 2570


Email: llindsay@christies.
com
PRIVATE SALES

US: +1 212 636 2034


Fax: +1 212 636 2035
VALUATIONS

Tel: +44 (0)20 7389 2464


Fax: +44 (0)20 7389 2038
Email: mwrey@christies.
com

London
Tel: +44 (0)20 7665 4350
Fax: +44 (0)20 7665 4351
Email: education@
christies.com
New York
Tel: +1 212 355 1501
Fax: +1 212 355 7370
Email: christieseducation@
christies.edu

Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2978 6747
Fax: +852 2525 3856
Email: hkcourse@
christies.com
CHRISTIES FINE ART
STORAGE SERVICES

New York
+1 212 974 4570
newyork@cfass.com
Singapore
Tel: +65 6543 5252
Email: singapore@cfass.
com
CHRISTIES
INTERNATIONAL
REAL ESTATE

New York
Tel +1 212 468 7182
Fax +1 212 468 7141
info@christiesrealestate.com

London
Tel +44 20 7389 2551
Fax +44 20 7389 2168
info@christiesrealestate.com

info@christiesrealestate.com

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2468


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3257
WATERCOLOURS AND
DRAWINGS

WINE

POST-WAR ART

CHRISTIES EDUCATION

VICTORIAN PICTURES

PHOTOGRAPHS

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3275

CORPORATE
COLLECTIONS

Hong Kong
Tel +852 2978 6788
Fax +852 2845 2646

KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2257


SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3293

POPULAR CULTURE
AND ENTERTAINMENT

OTHER SERVICES

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3218

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3235


KS: +44 (0)20 7389 2292

AUCTION SERVICES

SK: +44 (0)20 7752 3208

KS: +44 (0)20 7752 3366

KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

KS:
London, King Street
NY:
New York, Rockefeller Plaza
PAR:
Paris
SK:
London, South Kensington
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CARL MOOS (1878-1959)


St. Moritz
Lithograph in colours
18,00022,000

The Ski Sale


London, South Kensington 22 January 2015
Viewing

Contact

1721 January 2015


85 Old Brompton Road
London SW7 3LD

Nicolette Tomkinson
ntomkinson@christies.com
+44 (0)20 7752 3301

christies.com

Impressionist/Modern Day Sale


London, King Street 5 February 2015
Viewing

Contact

30 January4 February
8 King Street
London SW1Y 6QT

Keith Gill
kgill@christies.com
+44 (0)20 7389 2175

PABLO PICASSO (18811973)


Trois poissons
partially glazed and engraved terracotta plate 17 in. (43.3 cm.)
Executed on 13 April 1957; this work is unique
40,00060,000

Impressionist/Modern Works on Paper


London, King Street 5 February 2015
Viewing

Contact

30 January4 February
8 King Street
London SW1Y 6QT

Cornelia Svedman
csvedman@christies.com
+44 (0)20 7389 2561

PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT SWISS COLLECTION


PABLO PICASSO (18811973)
Nu couch
dated and numbered 20.1.64VI (upper left)
pencil and charcoal on paper
5 x 8 in. (13.5 x 21 cm.)
Drawn on 20 January 1964
60,000 80,000

Impressionist/Modern
and Picasso Ceramics

Absentee Bids Form


Christies South Kensington

FRIDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2015 AT 10.30 AM


AND 2.00 PM

85 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3LD


CODE NAME: MARTA
SALE NUMBER: 10393

Absentee bids must be received at least 24 hours before the auction begins.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7752 3225 Fax: +44 (0)20 7581 1403 on-line www.christies.com

(Dealers billing name and address must agree with tax


exemption certificate. Invoices cannot be changed after
they have been printed.)

10393

BID ONLINE FOR THIS SALE AT CHRISTIES.COM

Client Number (if applicable)

BIDDING INCREMENTS

Billing Name (please print)

Bidding generally opens below the low estimate


and advances in increments of up to 10%, subject
to the auctioneers discretion. Absentee bids that
do not conform to the increments set below may
be lowered to the next bidding interval.
UK50 to UK1,000
UK1,000 to UK2,000

by UK50s
by UK100s

UK2,000 to UK3,000
UK3,000 to UK5,000

by UK200s
by UK200, 500, 800
(ie: UK4,200, 4,500, 4,800)
UK5,000 to UK10,000
by UK500s
UK10,000 to UK20,000 by UK1,000s
UK20,000 to UK30,000 by UK2,000s
UK30,000 to UK50,000 by UK2,000, 5,000, 8,000
(ie: UK32,000, 35,000,
38,000)
UK50,000 to UK100,000 by UK5,000s
UK100,000 to UK200,000 by UK10,000s
above UK200,000
at auctioneers discretion

The auctioneer may vary the increments during the


course of the auction at his or her own discretion.
Auction Results: +44 (0)20 7839 9060
Please also refer to the information contained in Buying at
Christies.
I request Christies to bid on the following lots up to the
maximum price I have indicated for each lot. I understand
that if my bid is successful, the purchase price will be the
sum of my final bid plus a buyers premium of 25% of the
final bid price of each lot up to and including 50,000,
20% of the excess of the hammer price above 50,000 and
up to and including 1,000,000 and 12% of the excess of
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