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Various Decorative Prints and Modern Art Prints

Original Antique Prints of Sports, Games, Natural History, Cats & Dogs, Ships, Modern Art

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.35

AMERICAN EAGLE:
1800. Seligmann, Johann Michael. ‘DER WEISGESCHWÄNZTE ADLER’. The white-tailed American Eagle. One of the best illustrations from the collection of over two hundred birds by Mark Catesby and George Edwards. Nurenberg ca. 1749 [24362]   Original coloured copper engraving, 25 x 20 cm. £240
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AMERICAN FALCON:
1801. Seligmann, Johann Michael. ‘DER GEFLECKTE FALCK’. The spotted American Falcon. One of the best illustrations from the collection of over two hundred birds by Mark Catesby and George Edwards. Nurenberg ca. 1749 [24363]   Original coloured copper engraving, 25 x 20 cm. £180
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AMERICAN FALCON:
1802. Seligmann, Johann Michael. ‘DER SCHWARZE FALCK’. The Black Falcon. One of the best illustrations from the collection of over two hundred birds by Mark Catesby and George Edwards. Nurenberg ca. 1749 [24364]   Original coloured copper engraving, 25 x 20 cm. £180
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AMERICAN FOOTBALL:
1803. Ernest Prater. ‘AMERICAN FOOTBALL AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE: - CHARGING A PASSAGE FOR THE MAN WITH THE BALL’.   The Graphic 1910 [24683]   
Coloured engraving, 30 x 24 cm. Drawn by Ernest Prater. £100
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AMERICAN FOOTBALL:
1804. Paget, H. M. ‘A RUGBY FOOTBALL MATCH AS PLAYED IN THE UNITED STATES: YALE V. COLUMBIA’. Lively American Football scene, drawn after a sketch by Henry Fullwood by H. M. Paget 1901 [24164]   30 x 51 cm. Full hand colouring. £120
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AMERICAN FOOTBALL:
1805. The Graphic. ‘RUGBY FOOTBALL AS PLAYED IN THE UNITED STATES’. Lively American Football scene. From an Instantaneous Photograph by J. Burton, New York. The Graphic 1897 [25606]
20 x 31 cm. Full hand colouring. Excellent condition. £100
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ATHLETICS:
1806. The Graphic. ‘THE FINISH OF THE MILE RACE - A DEAD HEAT’. The Graphic 1879 [24811]
Hand coloured wood engraving, 30 x 50 cm. £120
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BOTANICAL:
1808. Besler, B. ‘PHALANGIUM ALOBROGICUM MAIUS’ and ‘LILIUM CONVALLIUM’. A red lilly (Savoy Spiderwort) and two white Lillies of the Valley on one sheet. Copper plate engraving from Basilius Besler / Hortus Eystettensis, after 1613 [20315]   48 x 40 cm (plate mark). Full hand colouring. Excellent condition. £400
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CALISTHENICS:
1809. Monticelli, A. UNTITLED. Scene in most probably a Turkish Bath where young men are taking part in ‘fitness training’. Engraved by A. Biasioli after A. Monticelli ca. 1825 [24515]
Full original colour aquatint, 19 x 26 cm. £100
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FOOTBALL:
1811. Rousseau, H. ‘THE FOOTBALL PLAYERS’. Four players in a rather posed illustration of Rugby Football. After Henry Rousseau ca. 1939 [24496]   25 x 20cms. £100
Colour print after the original painting by Henry Rousseau of 1908.
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FRUIT:
1812. Gerarde, J. ‘THE PEARE ROYALL’, ‘THE BURGOMOT PEARE’, ‘THE QUINCE PEARE’, ‘THE BISHOPS PEARE’. Four illustrations of pears on one page. Text and two more illustrations verso. John Gerarde 1597 [24228]   29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original hand colouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
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FRUIT:
1813. Gerarde, J. ‘THE ORANGE TREE’, ‘THE ASSYRIAN APPLE TREE’. Two illustrations on one page with text. John Gerarde 1597 [24229]   
29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original hand colouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
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FRUIT:
1814. Gerarde, J. ‘THE KING OF APPLES’, ‘THE QUINING, OR QUEENE OF APPLES’, ‘THE SOMMER PEAREMAINE’, ‘THE WINTER PEAREMAINE’. Four illustrations of apples on one page. Text and two more illustrations verso. John Gerarde 1597 [24230]
29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original hand colouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
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FRUIT:
1815. Redouté, P. J. [PEAR] and [PLUMS]. Two untitled plates, showing a pear on one and three plums on the other, all with branches and leaves. Stipple engravings, printed in colour and finished by hand by Bouquet and de Gouy for Pierre Joseph Redouté’s Botanique de Jean Jacques Rousseau 1805 [20316]
36 x 27 cm each (measured to plate mark). Wide margins. Excellent condition. The pair £300
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GAMBLING:
1816. Beraud, J. ‘THE GAMBLING ROOMS AT MONTE CARLO’ - “RIEN NE VA PLUS”. The crowded roulette room at Monte Carlo casino. The Graphic 1890 [24812]   Hand coloured wood engraving, 33 x 50 cm. £150
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GOLF:
1818. Anonymous. ‘THE ROYAL AND ANCIENT GAME OF GOLF’. Six golf scenes on one page. London 1877 [20802]   Wood engraving by Harral after Gilbert. 30 x 23 cm. Full hand colouring. £100
Frederick Gilbert (fl. 1862-1877), British painter, watercolourist and illustrator.
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GOLF:
1819. Anonymous. ‘A TOURNAMENT OF THE TROON GOLF CLUB, SCOTLAND’. Eight scenes from the Scottish golf links. The Graphic 1887 [23925]  Coloured wood engraving by Finnemore. 30 x 23 cm. £100
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GOLF:
1820. Nicholson, W. N. P. ‘OCTOBER’. Golf player by the sea. Calendar illustration for the month of October. Tinted lithograph by William Newzam Prior Nicholson 1898 [16867]
In the manner of a coloured woodcut, 20 x 20 cm. £150
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GOLF:
1821. Robinson, T. ‘THE ST. ANDREWS LADIES GOLF CLUB’. Eight scenes from the famous Scottish club. Illustrated London News 1889 [22902]   Wood engraving by Robinson, 33 x 22 cm. Full hand coloured. £100
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HORSERACING:
1822. Anonymous. ‘ANXIOUS MOMENTS - INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A RACEHORSE’. Central image of two racehorses neck and neck, surrounded by other scenes of horse racing. Supplement issued with The Graphic 1875 [29869]
30 x 49 cm. Colourlithograph. Excellent condition. £120
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HORSERACING:
1823. Cullin, I. The Derby: The Paddock at Epsom. Coloured engraving by Isaac Cullin 1892 [19687]   36 x 51 cm. £180
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HORSERACING:
1824. Cullin, I. ‘The Derby: The Weighing Room, Epsom’. One Jockey is sitting on the scales. Others wait to be weighed. Highly colourful scene. Coloured engraving by Isaac Cullin 1893 [19685]   35.5 x 50.5 cm £220
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HORSERACING:
1825. Illustrated London News. ‘JOCKEYS OF THE DAY’. 12 vignettes of Jockeys: S. Loates, J. Watts, G. Barrett, Fagan, Liddiard, Rickaby, F. Barrett, Tom Cannon, Robinson, T. Loates, F. Webb and Osborne, all in their respective racing colours. Illustrated London News 1891 [19691]   36 x 24 cm. Printed in full colours. £90
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HORSERIDING ON THE BEACH:
1826. Whiting, Fr. ‘A MORNING CANTER ON THE SANDS’. Lady and Gentleman riders with Dogs cantering along the beach. White cliffs in the background. Designed by Frederic Whiting and published as a supplement to The Graphic, ca. 1910 [29871]
33 x 49 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £120
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HUNTING:
1827. Aldin, Cecil. ‘THE FALLOWFIELD HUNT - THE DEATH’. Fox hunting scene, drawn by Cecil Aldin for The Graphic 1912 [29870]
31 x 50 cm. Large uncoloured print. Excellent condition. £120
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JAPANESE WAR:
1827A. Anonymous. ‘THE FIRING OF A GUN ON ONE OF THE MEN-OF-WAR DURING AN ENGAGEMENT’. Double-page illustration by a Japanese War artist, published in The Graphic 1895 [29866]
30 x 56 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £120
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LOUIS WAIN CATS:
1828. Wain, L. ‘WHAT’S THIS!’ Eight cats watching apprehensively a spider crawling past. Woodengraving by after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1892 [27731]
24 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £145
Rare wood engraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN CATS:
1829. Wain, L. ‘UNDER OBSERVATION.’ Eight cats watching mischievously a cat couple sitting on a roof edge and lovingly holding paws. Woodengraving by Joseph Swain after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1892 [27733]   24 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £145
Rare wood engraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN CATS:
1830. Wain, L. ‘OUT FOR AN AIRING.’ (Cat) girls from Madame Tibb’s High School for Young Ladies parading in school dress passed the gates, watched by their matron and followed by boisterous little cat boys. Woodengraving by Hentschel after Louis Wain for the Illustrated London News 1893 [27738]
22 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £145
Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN DOGS:
1831. Wain, L. ‘STUDIES FROM LIFE’. Studies of 14 bull terrier dogs on one page. Woodengraving by Joseph Swain after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1884 [27732]
24 x 32 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £145
Rare woodengraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN DOGS:
1832. Wain, L. ‘A NEW DOG-FANCY: THE BASSETT HOUNDS.’ A few cats watch with horror the arrival of five Bassett Hounds in the salon. Woodengraving after Louis Wain for the Illustrated London News 1884 [27737]
22 x 31 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £145
Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN DOGS:
1833. Wain, L. ‘A CANINE PARLIAMENT.’ Dogs attending a session of the (Dog) Parliament, displaying all sorts of real life behaviour. Woodengraving by Joseph Swain after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1892 [27736]   22 x 34 cm. Full recent hand colour. Excellent condition. £145
Rare wood engraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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POTATOES:
1834. Gerarde, J. ‘POTATUS OR POTATOES & POTATOES OF VIRGINIA’. Two
illustrations of potatoes, each on one page of text. John Gerarde 1597 [29749]
29 x 18 cm each. Original 16th century woodcuts with original hand colouring. £180
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597. It is thought to be the first ever illustration of the potato, referred to as ‘Battata Virginiana’ by Gerard, who reserved the name ‘potato’ for discussing the sweet potato, with which he was probably more familiar. As is widely known, the modern potato had its origins in America, although the use of the term ‘Virginian’, in this context, may be misleading, since it is thought that the tuber is Peruvian in origin.
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RUGBY:
1836. The Graphic. SCRUM SCENE: - Advertisement for Cadbury’s Cocoa showing a rugby scrum scene at Bournville F. C. The Graphic 1888 [16786]   Full hand coloured wood engraving, 36 x 26 cm. £90
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SAILING SHIPS:
1837A. Anonymous. ‘A CHANGE OF WIND IN THE DOWNS: MERCHANTMEN MAKING FOR THE THAMES’. Sailing ship under full sails and several more trailing. Woodengraving for Illustrated London News 1858 [27697]   35 x 23 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100
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SAILING SHIPS:
1837B. Anonymous. ‘THE GREAT SHIP-RACE FROM CHINA TO LONDON: THE TEAPING AND THE ARIEL OFF THE LIZARD’. Two sailing ships under full sails. Wood engraving for Illustrated London News 1866 [27696]  24 x 35 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100
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SAILING SHIP:
1837C. Concanen & Lee. ‘THE OUTWARD-BOUND’. Superb image of a sailing ship. Illustrated music cover (with music by J.W. Williams). Published by John Blockley, London ca. 1858 [29774]
32 x 22 cm. Full coloured lithograph by Concanen & Lee. £120
Title cropped at top.
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SAILING SHIP:
1837D. Concanen & Lee. ‘NANCY LEE WALTZ’. Superb image of a sailing ship. Illustrated music cover (with music by Fred Löffler). Published by Boosey & Co, London ca. 1858 [29775]
32 x 22 cm. Full coloured lithograph by Concanen & Lee. £120
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SAILING SHIP:
1837E. Bunting, J. G. ‘L’AIGLE QUADRILLE. Composed and arranged for the Pianoforte and most respectfully dedicated by permission to the Right Honourable Lord Clarence Paget ... and PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WIDOW AND FIVE YOUNG CHILDREN OF LEGGATT GARDNER COKER, late tidewaiter at the port of Rochester, who was killed on board Her Majesty’s Ship L’Aigle, Captn. Lord Clarence Paget, on the 25th day of August 1845 at Chatham, by the falling of the starboard main top mast studding sail boom, his family are thereby left entirely destitute of support there being no pension allowed her’. Illustrated music cover (with music by a brother Officer). Published by J.G. Bunting, Troy Town ca. 1845 [29776]
34 x 24 cm. Uncoloured lithograph. £120
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SAILING SHIPS:
1827F. Clover, S. ‘THE TURKISH NAVY QUADRILLES’. Sheet music cover (with music arranged by Stephen Clover), showing the Turkish Fleet just outside a Turkish city after a drawing by Augustus Butler. Published by Stannard and Dixon, London ca 1860 [29777]
34 x 24 cm (image 17 x 22 cm). Tinted lithograph. £100
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SAILING SHIPS DOVER:
1837G. [Cleveley, John]. ‘A FIRST RATE IN A LIGHT BREEZE WITH A VIEW OF DOVER’. No 3 from a set of thirty one engravings printed for Carrington Bowles, London 1770 [29773]
16 x 27 cm. Full colour copper engraving., laid on board. £120
‘First rate’ was the designation used by the Royal Navy for its largest ships of the line, equivalent to the 'super-dreadnought' of more recent times. By the end of the eighteenth century, a ‘first-rate’ routinely carried 100 guns and more than 850 crew, and had a measurement (burthen) tonnage of some 2,000 tons.
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SAILING YACHTS:
1837H. Anonymous. ‘THE SCOTTISH YACHT “THISTLE” & ‘THE AMERICAN YACHT “VOLUNTEER”. Two full page illustrations of the yachts competing for the America Cup. Images also of the owner, designer and captain of each ship. ‘Volunteer’ was an American racing yacht built in 1887 for the America's Cup races. She was the victorious American defender of the seventh America's Cup match that same year against Scottish challenger ‘Thistle’. London ca. 1912 [29780]
Each image 32 x 24 cm. Tinted lithographs. £350
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SHIPS:
1838. De Martino, E. ‘THE NEW ROYAL YACHT “VICTORIA AND ALBERT” LAUNCHED BY THE DUCHESS OF YORK AT PEMBROKE DOCKYARD’. Drawn by Eduardo De Martino and published as a supplement by The Graphic 1899 [29683]
34 x 50 cm. Full colour lithograph. Excellent condition. £120
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SKI-ING FOR LADIES:
1839. Schlegel, F. ‘THE SKI-RUNNING AND JUMPING COMPETITION AT MURZZUSCHLAG, IN STYRIA: THE LADIES’ RACE’. Several competitors rushing towards the finish, watched by a crowd. The Graphic 1894 [29760]
Wood engraving after a sketch by F. Schlegel, 31 x 23 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £125
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R.M.S. TITANIC:
1840. Anonymous. [TITANIC]. Full page advertisement for Vinolia Otto Toilet Soap, with image of the ‘WHITE STAR LINER R.M.S. TITANIC’ in the centre, published in the Illustrated London News, 1912 [29778]
37 x 25 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. £180
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MODERN ART LITHOGRAPHS:

 
ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1845. Thompson, A. ‘PAN, A JOURNAL OF SATIRE’. Title page and advertisement for the satirical magazine Pan (edited by Alfred Thompson), published as plate No. 81 in the series Les Maîtres de l’Affiche, Paris ca. 1897 [27431]
Coloured lithograph. 28 x 23 cm. Excellent condition. £180
Maîtres de l'Affiche (Masters of the Poster) refers to 256 color lithographic plates used to create an art publication during the Belle Époque in Paris, France. The collection, reproduced from the original works of ninety-seven artists in a smaller 11 x 15 inch format, was put together by Jules Chéret, the father of poster art.
The varied selection of prints were sold in packages of four and delivered monthly to subscribers. On sixteen occasions during the selling period between December 1895 through November 1900, the monthly package included a bonus of a specially created lithograph.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1846. Le Gallienne, R. ‘THE QUEST OF THE GOLDEN GIRL’. Advertisement for Richard Le Gallienne’s novel The Quest of the Golden Girl (1896), which appeared as plate No. 128 in the series published in Les Maîtres de l’Affiche, Paris ca. 1897 [27432]
Coloured lithograph by Ethel Reed. 33 x 23 cm. Excellent condition. £180
Maîtres de l'Affiche (Masters of the Poster) refers to 256 color lithographic plates used to create an art publication during the Belle Époque in Paris, France. The collection, reproduced from the original works of ninety-seven artists in a smaller 11 x 15 inch format, was put together by Jules Chéret, the father of poster art.
The varied selection of prints were sold in packages of four and delivered monthly to subscribers. On sixteen occasions during the selling period between December 1895 through November 1900, the monthly package included a bonus of a specially created lithograph.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1848. Rattner, A. ‘AUTUMN’. Original colour lithograph by Abraham Rattner. Signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27154]
34 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180
Abraham Rattner (1893 - 1978), American artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1849. Kandinsky, W. ‘COMETS’. Original colour lithograph by Wassily Kandinsky, monogrammed and dated in the stone. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27155]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £200
Wassily Kandinsky (Moscow 1866 - Neuilly-sur-Seine 1944), Russian painter and art teacher.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1850. Chagall, M. ‘LE PRINTEMPS / SPRING’. Original colour lithograph by Marc Chagall. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27156]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £475
Black/white lithograph ‘Printemps’ verso, signed in the stone ‘Chagall Marc’. - Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985), Russian-French artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1851. Masson, A. ‘THE MOON’. Original colour lithograph by André Masson, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27157]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180
André Masson (1896 - 1987), French artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1852. Masson, A. ‘THE SUN’. Original colour lithograph by André Masson, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27158]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180
André Masson (1896 - 1987), French artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1853. Klee, P. ‘SOMMEIL D’HIVER / WINTER’S DREAM’. Original colour lithograph by Paul Klee, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27159]
23 x 34 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180
Black/white lithograph ‘Sommeil d’hiver’ verso. - Paul Klee (1879 - 1940), Swiss-German artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1854. Miro, J. ‘L’ETE/SUMMER’. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade 1938 [27160]
35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £250
Black/white lithograph ‘Joan Miro / Mars 1938 / l’été’ verso. - Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1855. Matisse, H. [LA DANSE]. Original colour lithograph. Published in Paris by Teriade and printed by Mourlot for Verve Vol 1, No 4 1938 [29287]
35 x 53 cm (33 x 39 cm image). Excellent condition. £425
Two monochrome original printed lino cuts of figures of skaters by Matisse on verso. - Henri Matisse (1869-1954), French painter and sculptor, painted two versions of the same title, one in the Barnes Collection, Philadelphia, the other in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1856. Derain, A. ‘AU JARDIN D’ALLAH’. Original colour lithograph by André Derain 1938 [29289]
36 x 26 cm (sheet size). Unsigned. Published by Mourlot in Paris for Verve Vol 1, No 4. Excellent condition. £150
There are two further smaller original colour lithographs by Derain on the reverse (tree and landscape). Original four text pages (91-94) included. - André Derain (1880-1954), French artist, painter, sculptor and co-founder of Fauvism with Henri Matisse.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1857. Derain, A. ‘[AU JARDIN D’ALLAH]’. Original colour lithograph by André Derain 1938 [29290]
36 x 26 cm (sheet size). Signed in the stone “à mon ami le Docteur J. C. Mardrus, A. Derain”. Published by Mourlot in Paris for Verve Vol 1, No 4. Excellent condition. £150
There is a further smaller original colour lithograph by Derain on the reverse (tree). - André Derain (1880-1954), French artist, painter, sculptor and co-founder of Fauvism with Henri Matisse. - Jean-Charles Mardrus (1868-1949) was the French translator of the Thousand and One Nights.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1858. Miro, J. [JOAN MIRO]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Title page for Derriere le Mirroir #14-15 1948 [29562]
34 x 27 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £225
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1859. Miro, J. [AU JARDINS DE MIRO]. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Published for Derriere le Mirroir #29-30 1950 [29561]
37 x 54 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £300
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1860. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir ca. 1950 [29563]
37 x 27 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £225
Further untitled full page yellow/black lithograph verso. - Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1861. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir ca. 1950 [29571]
36 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150
Further full page green/black lithograph verso. - Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1862. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Cover for Derriere le Mirroir ca. 1952 [29569]
36 x 27 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1863. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original double page grey/black lithograph by Joan Miro for Derriere le Mirroir ca. 1953 [29572]
35 x 52 cm. Unframed. Excellent condition. £135
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1864. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir #87-89 1956 [29564]
35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1865. Miro, J. [MIRO - ARTIGAS]. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Cover for Derriere le Mirroir #85-87 1956 [29565]
37 x 54 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £250
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1866. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir #87-89 1956 [29566]
36 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1867. Miro, J. ‘GRAND TERRES DE FEU’. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir #87-89 1956 [29567]
37 x 55 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £275
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1868. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro for Derriere le Mirroir #87-89 1956 [29568]
35 x 53 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £400
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:1869. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir #87-89 1956 [29570]
36 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £150
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.

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