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    A Look Inside the Catalogue

     

    Lot 281: Diego Rivera, Portrait of Ralph Stackpole as a Young Man, pencil, 1932. Sold for $40,000.

    Lot 338: Picasso, Françoise sur fond gris, lithograph, 1950.

    Sold for $125,000.


     

    Original works by American and European luminaries elevate this biannual sale. A run of drawings by Salvador Dalí and Paul Klee were offered, as well as Poisson fumé, by René Magritte. A fine selection of works from the Etching Revival and artists of the Barbizon School crossed the block, as well as innovative examples of woodcuts by Paul Gauguin.

     

    Lot 414: Lyonel Feininger, Space, watercolor and ink, 1954. Sold for $47,500. 

     

     

    Celebrated masters Georges BraqueKäthe Kollwitz, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso were represented by prints, drawings, paintings and sculptures. The American section boasted important works by artists associated with the Regionalist and Social Realist movements, as well as from the Ashcan School. Perennial favorites Thomas Hart Benton and Martin Lewis were featured, along with others who captured the nationwide zeitgeist of the early twentieth century.

     

     

    Lot 618: Maurits C. Escher, Day and Night, color woodcut, 1935. Sold for $40,000.

     

     

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    For more information on the sale, contact a Specialist in the Prints & Drawings department. 

     

     

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