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PIERRE ALECHINSKY

PIERRE ALECHINSKY

(Brussels 1927–lives and works in Paris)

Dotremont dans son village. 1981.

Colour lithograph. 37/99. Entitled, dated and signed on the lower margin in pencil: Dotremont dans son village 1981 Alechinsky. Image 78 × 58 cm on Arches wove paper (with truncated watermark) 83 × 62 cm.


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KAREL APPEL

KAREL APPEL

(Amsterdam 1921–2006 Zurich)

Regard vers l'infini. 1963.

Colour lithograph. 7/95. Signed and dated lower right: Appel 63. Image 51 × 68 cm on BFK Rives 56 × 76 cm.


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HANS (JEAN) ARP

HANS (JEAN) ARP

(Strasbourg 1886–1966 Basel)

Constellation. 1951.

Colour lithograph. épreuve d'artiste, one of ca. 15 artist's proofs, outside the edition of 200. Signed lower right in pencil: Arp. Image 50.5 × 36.2 cm on sturdy BFK Rives (with watermark) 56 × 38 cm. Published and printed by Guilde de la Gravure, Geneva.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Napels 1935–lives and works in Nice)

Ich bin farbenblind. (I am colourblind) 1997.

Colour silkscreen on canvas. 93/100. Signed lower right in white felt tip: Ben. Sheet size 53.7 × 69.7 cm.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Napels 1935–lives and works in Nice)

Ich bin wie ich bin. (I am as I am) 2002.

Silkscreen. 38/49. Signed lower right in white felt tip: Ben. Image 40 × 60 cm on black wove paper 49.5 × 70 cm.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Napels 1935–lives and works in Nice)

Zu viel Kunst. (too much art) 2009.

Silkscreen. 39/49. Signed lower right in chalk: Ben. Image 20 × 27 cm on black wove paper 40 × 40 cm.


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BEN (VAUTIER)

BEN (VAUTIER)

(Napels 1935–lives and works in Nice)

Ist alles Kunst? (is everything art?) 2015.

Silkscreen. 32/50. Signed lower right in chalk: Ben. Sheet size 50 × 50 cm.


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JOSEPH BEUYS

JOSEPH BEUYS

(Krefeld 1921–1986 Dusseldorf)

From: 3-Tonnen-Edition. 1973/1985.

Silkscreen, on both sides of PVC film and painted with oil colours. 57/3t. Signed centre bottom in pencil: Joseph Beuys. Sheet size ca. 46 × 45.5 cm. Published by Edition Staeck, Heidelberg.


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MAX BILL

MAX BILL

(Winterthur 1908–1994 Berlin)

Composition. 1971.

Colour silkscreen. 13/200. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: bill 1971. Image 25 × 60 cm on wove paper 68 × 68 cm.


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MAX BILL

MAX BILL

(Winterthur 1908–1994 Berlin)

3 sheets. Untitled. 1983.

Lot of 3 colour silkscreens. 80/150. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: bill 83. Different image sizes on wove paper 70 × 70 cm.


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PETER AUGUST BÖCKSTIEGEL

PETER AUGUST BÖCKSTIEGEL

(Werther 1889 - 1951 Werther)

Schlafende. (woman sleeping) 1922.

Dry point etching. No. 10 of an unknown edition. Signed and dated in pencil lower right: P.A. Böckstiegel 1922, as well as titled lower centre: Schlafende. Image 30 × 40 cm on wove paper 49 × 56 cm.


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MAURICE BRIANCHON

MAURICE BRIANCHON

(Fresnay–sur–Sarthe 1899–1979 Paris)

Untitled.

Portfolio of 4 lithographs. VII/X signed lower right in pencil: Brianchon. VII/X. Image 36 × 25.5 cm on Japan paper 42.9 × 33 cm. VII/X. Image 36.9 × 28.5 cm on Japan paper 43.1 × 33 cm. VII/X. Image 32.3 × 27.3 cm on Japan paper 43.2 × 33 cm. VII/X. Image 33.5 × 25.5 cm on Japan paper 43 × 33 cm.


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BERNARD BUFFET

BERNARD BUFFET

(Paris 1928–1999 Tourtour)

Le Vase de Tulipes Jaunes. 1960.

Colour lithograph. 80/150. Signed in pencil lower right: Bernard Buffet. Image 66.5 × 46.5 cm on Arches wove paper (with the watermark) 76 × 56 cm.


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ALOIS CARIGIET

ALOIS CARIGIET

(1902 Trun 1985)

Schaftränke (The water trough) 1978.

Colour lithograph. 138/250. Signed and dated lower right in pencil: A. Carigiet 78. Image 33.5 × 53 cm on BFK Rives 56 × 76 cm. Published by Matthieu Litho (blind stamp).


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LAWRENCE CARROLL

LAWRENCE CARROLL

(Melbourne 1954-2019 Cologne)

Untitled. 2004.

Photolithograph. 57/60. Signed lower right in pencil: Lawrence Carroll. Image 22 × 21 cm on Zerkall wove paper 80 × 60 cm (visible dimensions).


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JEAN CARZOU

JEAN CARZOU

(Alep 1907–2000 Périgueux)

3 sheets: Le Luxembourg, L’Observatoire, Statue équestre. 1962.

Lot of 3 lithographs. VII/X. Signed and dated bottom right in pencil: Carzou 62. 1. Image 38.8 × 30 cm on Japan paper 43.1 × 32.8 cm. 2. Image 39.1 × 30.4 cm on Japan paper 43 × 33 cm. 3. Image 38.8 × 59.7 cm on Japan paper 43 × 63.4 cm. From the book "Regards sur Paris".


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MAURIZIO CATTELAN

MAURIZIO CATTELAN

(Padua 1960–lives and works in New York)

L.O.V.E. 2014.

Multiple. Resin. From the edition of 2000. Height 22 × 11.5 × 11.5 cm. Published by Seletti. With original box. This multiple is a reproduction of the monumental sculpture on the Piazza degli Affari in Milan.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Autrement que sur terre. 1963.

Colour lithograph, posthumous print, probably circa 1969. Signature stamp lower right: Le Corbusier, as well as monogrammed and dated lower right in the image: L-C 63. Image 56 × 45 cm on Arches wove paper 72.2 × 49.2 cm.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Je rêvais. 1960.

Colour lithograph. From an edition of 300. Monogrammed, dated, with location and number in the stone lower left: L-C 28/10/60 Chandigarh 1. Sheet size 70.8 × 102.7 cm on BFK Rives wove paper (with the watermark). Printed by Mourlot, Paris. Sheet 1 from the 6-part portfolio "Cortège ...". Faded.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Alraça. 1960.

Colour lithograph. From an edition of 300. Monogrammed, dated, with location and number in the stone lower right: L-C 29/10/60 Chandigarh 2. Sheet size 70.9 × 102.7 cm on BFK Rives wove paper (with the watermark). Printed by Mourlot, Paris. Sheet 2 from the 6-part portfolio "Cortège ...". Faded.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Trois verres d'aperitif.

Lithograph. From an edition of 150. Monogrammed, dated, with location and number in the stone lower centre: L-C 21/11/60 Chandigarh 6. Sheet size 70.7 × 102.8 cm on BFK Rives wove paper (with the trimmed watermark). Printed by Mourlot, Paris. Sheet 6 from the 6-part portfolio "Cortège ...". Faded.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

Don Quijote. 1953.

Lithograph. From an unknown edition. Monogrammed lower right on stone: L-C, also dated lower left on stone: 6 octobre 53. Image 42 × 27 cm on Arches wove paper (with watermark) 50.3 × 35 cm.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

From: Unité. Plate 14.

Etching. 2/30. Monogrammed, dated and numbered in the plate: L-C 13-8-53, 14. Image 41 × 31 cm on BFK Rives wove paper (with watermark) 57 × 45 cm. From one of the first 30 portfolios, Luxury edition.


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LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

LE CORBUSIER (CHARLES-ÉDOUARD JEANNERET-GRIS)

(La Chaux–de–Fonds 1887–1965 Roquebrune–Cap–Martin)

From: Unité. Plate 6. 1953.

Etching. 2/30. Monogrammed, dated and numbered in the plate: 8.53 L-C 6. Image 41.5 × 31 cm on BFK Rives wove paper (with truncated watermark) 57 × 45 cm. From one of the first 30 portfolios, Luxury edition.


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SONIA DELAUNAY-TERK

SONIA DELAUNAY-TERK

(Gradizsk 1885–1979 Paris)

Abstract composition.

Pochoir. From an unknown edition. Image 18 × 13 cm on wove paper 27 × 19.5 cm (visible dimensions).

30 x 24,3 cm.


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