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Lot 140

After Frank Gehry

Snake Lamp Form, 1990

Synthetic polymer

Note: this is one of the several molds for the

MOCA Snake Lamp, as designed by the Artist

Published by New City Editions

64 x 22 x 3 inches

Estimate: $2,000/$3,000

Lot 172

Alberto Giacometti

Seated Nude (Nu Assis), 1965

Lithograph on Rives BFK paper

From the numbered edition of 100

Signed and numbered in pencil on recto

Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles chop mark on recto

Image: 24 x 16 inches; Sheet: 30.5 x 22 inches; Framed: 35 x 27 inches

Provenance: From the Estate of Blossom and Ben Norman, Los Angeles, CA; Acquired by the above from Weintraub Gallery, New York, NY, receipt included

Estimate: $4,000/$6,000

 

Lot 122

Ralph Gibson

Lot of Two

Untitled, 1986

Vintage gelatin silver print

Signed and dated in pencil on verso

Image: 12.25 x 8 inches; Sheet: 14 x 11 inches

Illustrated: Tropism, 1987, pg. 132

 

Tropism, 1987

Illustrated book

Signed and dated in ink

Provenance: gifted directly from the Artist to current owner in 1987

Estimate: $800/$1,200

 

Lot 12

Lawrence Gipe

Train Study (Wheels), 1987

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated on verso

Condition: tear repair on verso; chip on upper edge of canvas

Provenance: Karl Bornstein Gallery, Santa Moncia, CA, tag on verso; Laguna Art Museum, tag on verso

Estimate: $2,000/$3,000

Lot 132

After Joe Goode

War Babies, 1961

Exhibition poster for the exhibition War Babies

Signed and dated by Joe Goode in pencil on recto

Sheet: 21 x 15 inches

Estimate: $500/$700

Lot 133

Joe Goode

Untitled, 1961

Mixed media collage

Signed and dated on recto

Sheet: 20.75 x 15.5 inches

Estimate: $2,000/$2,500

Lot 134

Joe Goode

L.A. Artists in Their Cars, 1969

Color photo-offset lithograph calendar

Signed in ink on recto

Each sheet: 22.25 x 14.25 inches

Condition: all sheets in-tact, few very light handling creases, overall in very good condition

Estimate: $4,000/$5,000

Lot 206

Patrick Graham

Father, 1987

Mixed media on paper

Signed and dated on recto

Image: 26.75 x 39.75 inches; Framed: 33.5 x 45 inches

Provenance: Jack Rutberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Estimate: $1,000/$2,000

Lot 50

Robert Graham

Lauren 4.21.96, 1996

Bronze

From the numbered edition of 10

Initialed, titled, dated and numbered via inscription on base

Image: 5 x 7.625 x 7.625 inches

Estimate: $6,500/$8,500

Lot 51

Robert Graham

Untitled, 1975

From Figure Table Series

Silkscreen

From the numbered edition of 33

Sheet: 47.25 x 37 inches; Framed: 49.5 x 39 inches

Published by Gemini GEL; accompanied by copy of Gemini GEL print documentation

Estimate: $800/$1,000

Lot 13

Scott Greene

Hayswagger, 2011

Oil on canvas stretched on panel

Signed in ink on verso

54 x 36 inches

Provenance: Catherine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA, tag on verso

Estimate: $4,000/$6,000

 

Lot 196

Red Grooms

Lot of Seven

Moonstruck, 1995

Limited edition porcelain plate/multiple with original box and packaging, never taken out of the box

Edition of 2,500

Stamped signature and edition number

Image: 10 inches in diameter; Box: 13 x 13 inches

Published by VOICE

 

With two texts:

Red Grooms, 1985

Red Grooms: The Graphic Work, 2001

 

With three flyers:

Creative Time Inc, Ruckus, 1976

Lithograph poster

29 x 23 inches

Ruckus Film Flyer, c. 1976

Lithograph flyer

12.75 x 9.75 inches

No Gas

Postcard

5.25 x 6.5 inches

Provenance: From the Estate of Blossom and Ben Norman, Los Angeles, CA

Estimate: $600/$800

Lot 197

Nancy Grossman

Road to Life, 1975

From An American Portrait 1776-1976

Lithograph

From the numbered edition of 175

Signed and numbered in pencil on recto

Image: 17 x 25 inches; Sheet: 19.75 x 26 inches

Estimate: $600/$800

Lot 58

George Grosz

Lot of Four

Huren (Estate No. 3.72.5), 1924

Ink on paper

Signed and annotated “No. 37. Huren" in pencil on recto; George Grosz Estate Stamp  “George Grosz Nachlass” with annotations and date in pencil on verso

Image: 14 x 11 inches; Sheet: 24.75 x 19 inches; Framed: 30 x 26 inches

Condition: mat burn and faint pinhole marks in corners

 

Included, three texts:

George Grosz: Ecce Homo, 1965

George Grosz, 1960

A Little Yes and a Big No, 1946

Provenance: From the Estate of Blossom and Ben Norman, Los Angeles, CA; Peter Deitsch Gallery appraisal note from 1967

Estimate: $14,000/$16,000

 

 

 

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