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    A Look Inside the Catalogue



    norman lewis

    Lot 48: Norman Lewis, Untitled (Processional Composition), oil on marbleized slate, 1960. Sold for $233,000.


    charles white

    Lot 150: Eldzier Cortor, Lady with Fan II, oil on canvas, 2005. Sold for $75,000.

    elizabeth catlett

    Lot 20: Elizabeth Catlett, War Worker, tempera, 1943. Sold for $149,000.




    We were pleased to offer midcentury highlights that included an unusual 1960 Norman Lewis oil painting on marbleized slate, as well as a large, untitled canvas by Haywood “Bill” Rivers, circa 1969. 


    Lot 88: Sam Gilliam, Rubiyat, acrylic and flocking on canvas, 1973. Sold for $191,000. 




    An impressive group of bronze sculpture included Richmond Barthé’s Stevedore, 1937, and Elizabeth Catlett’s Glory. Roy DeCarava’s Dancers, 1956, and a quadriptych by Carrie Mae Weems from her Sea Island Series, 1992, led a section of scarce photographs. Early twentieth-century highlights were also available: Flight into Egypt by Henry Ossawa Tanner, circa 1922-25, is a scarce, large example of the artist's late-career time in Paris–a subject that was central to his oeuvre.    



    Lot 4: Henry Ossawa Tanner, Flight into Egypt, oil on canvas, circa 1910. Sold for $341,000.



    Lot 129: Carrie Mae Weems, Sea Island Series, two silver gelatin prints and two screenprints in original frames, 1992.

    Sold for $45,000.




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