("Jester's Head, Carnival 1965") Original Color Linocut, Hand-Signed by Picasso in Pencil, Lower Right. #66/160. No condition issues. Sheet measures 29 1/2" x 24 3/8." - $19,500
Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, 1861, after Eastman Johnson on Stone by C. Severin. One of the rarest images from Currier & Ives! Toned evenly overall with mat line burn and light foxing. Taped repairs of minor tearing; all tape on back of sheet. Full sheet measures 23 3/4" x 30."
Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, 1857, after A.F. Tait on Stone by C.H. Parsons. Toned evenly overall with mat line burn and light foxing. Old repaired 2" tear in left margin running to the mat line mark and at lower margin running 3/4" to mat mark. A few light abrasions on the nose of dog at point and at the shoulder of the standing dog. Old masking tape on reverse as a 1/2" to 3/4" border around edges. Full sheet measures 23" x 31 1/2."
Color Etching and Engraving, 1787. Widener 93, Carlson/Ittmann 99, Fenaille 11. Has some light staining and foxing throughout; the top corners have some cracking and wear which does not effect the image. Measures 15" x 23."
Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, laid on board. Published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Raymond & Raymond, Inc., 1898. The print has been trimmed close to the margins, and the sheet measures 20 1/4" x 14 1/4."The image measures 19 3/4" x 13 1/2."
Original Pencil-Signed Lithograph from his 1968 famous collection. There is a virtually undetectable small pin hole in the "scribbling" portion of the print and other pinhead size abraded areas possibly due to silverfish. These are hard to detect but present and visible when held to a light source. The paper has no watermark and is lightly toned overall. Otherwise, in very nice condition. There is no print number. The full sheet measures 17 3/4" x 25."
C. R. Stocke: "The Last Change In," ca. 1883 and "We Shall Do It Easily," ca. 1881. Original colored aquatint engravings, after T.N.H. Walsh. Laid on board, each measuring 18 1/4" x 32 1/4." Sold as a pair for $1650.
Original Colored Aquatint Engraving from Views In The Himala Mountains. Plate XII, Engraved by R. Havell & Son. Published by Rodwell & Martin, Bond Street (London), March 1, 1820. Laid down on cardboard; a very attractive and clean image with some light soiling. There is also light window toning along the right side and 1/2" below the print line border...
Original Colored Aquatint Engraving from Views In The Himala Mountains. Plate XVIII, Engraved by R. Havell & Son. Published by Rodwell & Martin, Bond Street (London), March 1, 1820. Laid down on cardboard; a very attractive and clean image with some light soiling. There is also light window toning along the top of the image 1/2" within the border and along the bottom 1/2" outside the border line...
Illuminated Stone Chromolithographs, ca. 1860. Lot of Twelve plates, each sheet measures 10 3/4" x 13 3/4." Light foxing throughout each sheet. Please write to request full photgraph set.
Unknown Artist's Original Etching on Woven Paper, 1798. This rare historic satirical etching depicts Matthew Lyon, a US Congressman from Vermont and Roger Griswold, a noted Federalist representative from Connecticut, engaged in a brawl on the floor of the House of Representatives. This "Lyon-Griswold" incident is still referred to when encountering hostile political situations in Congress...
Hand-Signed and Limited #24 of 40. Some light wrinkles; otherwise very nice. Tanning (best known for her 'Birthday' self-portrait at 30) was the wife of Max Ernst. Image size 17" round; overall paper dimension 25 3/4" x 19 3/4."