Signed Original Lithographs, Ceramics, Etchings & Prints

  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Face with Black Nose (Visage au nez noir), 1969
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    Item # 5617
  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Fish Subject (Sujet poisson), 1954
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    W-5715
  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Pichet espagnole (Spanish Pitcher), 1954
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    Item # 5044

Pablo Picasso Ceramics

  • Marc Chagall lithograph for sale
    Couple dans Mimosa (Couple in Mimosa), from Nice & the Côte d’Azur, 1967
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    W-5783
  • Pablo Picasso Hand Signed Color Lithograph with hand coloring for sale
    Jacqueline, 1956
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    W-5723
  • Pablo Picasso Hand-signed color lithograph for sale
    Le Clown (The Clown), c. 1961
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    W-5652
  • Pablo Picasso Hand-signed color collotype with pochoir for sale
    Les Deux Saltimbanques: l’Arlequin et Sa Compagne (The Two Saltimbanques: The Harlequin and His Companion), c.1960
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    W-5712
  • Marc Chagall lithograph for sale
    Marc Chagall La flûte enchantée (The Magic Flute), 1967
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    W-5489
  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Picador et taureau (Picador and Bull), 1959
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    Item # 5249

Did you know Picasso was questioned for stealing the Mona Lisa?

  • Pablo Picasso Virtually unique glass sculpture with colbalt blue glass on acrylic glass stand for sale
    Maschera di Bacco (Bacchus Mask), 1954
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    W-5720
  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Scène de tauromachie (Tauromachy Scene), 1959
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    Item # 5207
  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Taureau (Bull), 1957
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    W-5627

His Personal Joy and Romance

Pablo Picasso’s Rose Period

  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Chouette Mate (Mat wood-owl), 1958
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    Item # 5433
  • Frank Stella Color screen print, lithograph and linocut with hand-coloring, marbling and collage on T.H. Saunders and Somerset paper for sale
    Going Abroad (From The Waves Series), 1989
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    W-5702
  • Joan Miro etching for sale
    Joan Miro Le Bagnard et sa Compagne, 1975
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    Item # 5210
  • Joan Miró Hand-signed color etching and aquatint with an Arches France watermark for sale
    L’Aïeule devant la Mer (The Grandmother by the Sea ), 1969
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    W-5611
  • Claude Monet Color lithograph on chine appliqué on wove paper for sale
    La Plage et la Falaise d’Amont, (Beach and the Falaise d’Amont), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5761
  • Edgar Degas lithograph for sale
    Le Jockey (The Jockey), c. 1888-89
    $35,000.00
    Item # 5635
  • Joan Miro etching for sale
    Mambo, 1978
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    Item # 3540
  • Henri Matisse Lithograph for sale
    Matisse Lithograph Odalisque a la culotte de satin rouge (Odalisque with Red Satin Culottes), 1925
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    W-5608
  • Pablo Picasso ceramic for sale
    Profil de Jacqueline (Jacqueline’s Profile), 1956
    $25,000.00
    Item # 5245
  • Harmensz van Rijn Rembrandt etching for sale
    Rembrandt’s Mother in Widow’s Dress and Black Gloves, 1632
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    Item # 3073
  • Mary Cassatt Lithograph for sale
    Sara Wearing Her Bonnet and Coat, c. 1904
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    W-5721
  • Sam Francis Unique original color monotype with oil paint and ink on handmade paper for sale
    Unique Monotype Untitled, c. 1979
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    W-5630
  • Sam Francis Unique original color monotype with oil paint and ink for sale
    Untitled, 1985
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    W-5753
  • Andy Warhol Screenprint on Arches Aquarelle (Cold Pressed) paper for sale
    Venus from Details of Renaissance Paintings, 1984
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    W-5530
  • Andy Warhol screenprint for sale
    Warhol and Jagger, Mick Jagger, 1975
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    Item # 4886

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  • Fernand Leger Color aquatint for sale
    Red Bird in the Woods, 1953
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    W-5818
  • Fernand Leger Color Lithograph for sale
    L’Échafaudage au Soleil (The Scaffold Sun), 1951
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    W-5817
  • Pablo Picasso linocut for sale
    Still Life with Watermelons (Nature morte à la pastèque), 1962
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    W-5785
  • Mary Cassatt pastel drawing for sale
    Child in a Bonnet
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    W-5819
  • Marc Chagall lithograph for sale
    The Syrinx Fable (La Fable de Syringe) from Daphnis and Chloe, 1961
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    Item # 5809
  • Pablo Picasso Madoura square plaque of red earthenware clay for sale
    Tête d’homme (Man’s Head), 1968-1969
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    W-5626
  • Pablo Picasso ceramic for sale
    Quatre Poissons Polychromes (Four Polychrome Fishes), 1947
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    W-5790
  • Pablo Picasso Ceramic for sale
    Fish Subject (Sujet poisson), 1954
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    W-5715
  • Pablo Picasso ceramic for sale
    Toros (Bulls), 1952
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    Item # 3891
  • Claude Monet lithograph for sale
    Ravin de la petite creuse (Gorge of the Petite Creuse), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5763
  • Claude Monet Lithograph for sale
    Le Pont de Vervy (The Bridge of Vervy), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5766
  • Claude Monet Color lithograph on chine appliqué on wove paper for sale
    Tempête à Belle-île (Storm at Belle-île), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5760
  • Claude Monet Color lithograph on chine appliqué on wove paper for sale
    Falaises (Cliffs), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5759
  • Claude Monet Color lithograph on chine appliqué on wove paper for sale
    La Cote Sauvage (The Wild Coast), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5762
  • Claude Monet Color lithograph on chine appliqué on wove paper for sale
    La Plage et la Falaise d’Amont, (Beach and the Falaise d’Amont), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5761
  • Claude Monet Lithograph for sale
    Les Eaux semblantes, temps somber (The Creuse, dark weather), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5768
  • Claude Monet Lithograph for sale
    Port Domois á Belle-île (Port Domois at Belle-Isle), c. 1890-1908
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    W-5769
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir artwork for sale
    Les Baigneuses au crabe, I (Bathers Playing with a Crab, I), c.1897-1900
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    W-5796
  • Marc Chagall lithograph for sale
    Sirène au Pine (Siren with Pine), from Nice & the Côte d’Azur, 1967
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    W-5781
  • Marc Chagall lithograph for sale
    Couple dans Mimosa (Couple in Mimosa), from Nice & the Côte d’Azur, 1967
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    W-5783
  • Pablo Picasso ceramic for sale
    Picador et taureau (Picador and Bull), 1953
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    W-5777
  • Pablo Picasso for sale
    Visage no. 130 (Face no.130), 1963
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    W-5791
  • Joan Miro Hand-signed color lithograph for sale
    Pl. 14 from Ubu aux Baleares, 1971
    $12,000.00
    W-5658
  • Marc Chagall lithograph for sale
    Roses et Mimosa (Roses and Mimosa), 1975
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    W-5789
  • Joan Miró Hand-signed color aquatint for sale
    Lune et Vent (Moon and Wind), 1963
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    W-5654
  • Pablo Picasso lithograph for sale
    Grande Maternité (Grand Maternity), 1963
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    W-5770
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir etching for sale
    Étude pour une baigneuse (Study for a bather), c.1906
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    Item # 5234
  • Joan Miró Hand-signed color lithograph for sale
    Pl. 5 from Les Voyants (The Seers), 1970
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    W-5655
  • Georges Braque Color Lithograph for sale
    Frontispiece, from La Nuit, La Faim (The Night, The Hunger), 1960
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    W-5740
  • Pablo Picasso for sale
    Fleurs (For U.C.L.A), Flowers for UCLA, 1961
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    W-5537

Pablo Picasso Ceramics

Pablo Picasso Ceramics for sale

It was not for the first time that in the summer of 1946, Pablo Picasso picked up clay and began to work. Two early ceramics exist from the late 1800’s, which Picasso crafted and used to hold his paints – a custom at the time. He played with the medium a little more through the next fifteen odd years, but the true emergence of Picasso ceramics can be traced to the summer of 1946. Picasso and Françoise Gilot were on holiday in Vallauris, France when Picasso came in touch with Georges and Suzanne Ramié, owners of the Madoura pottery studio. Upon their first meeting at the studio, Picasso decorated 2-3 pieces.

Picasso returned to the studio the next summer and from then avidly created a wide variety of ceramic masterpieces. Picasso ceramics (also referred to as Picasso Madoura Ceramics or Picasso Pottery) are an immense artistic achievement in variety, technique, decoration, and form, which stay true to the artistic genius of their creator.

Pablo Picasso Lithographs

Pablo Picasso Lithographs for sale

Picasso was known to experiment with and push the boundaries of any medium that he worked in. In this same way, Picasso created in lithography. Early Picasso lithographs were very linear, and based heavily on lines. It is later during his period of printing at Mourlot, that Picasso was able to achieve the more painterly lithographs. The printers at Mourlot would marvel at the way he worked with the plates, sometimes thinking to themselves that there was surely no way his art would be successful. Yet in the end, Picasso’s artistic vision always overcame the perceived limitations of the medium. In one instance, Picasso set out to print an image of a bull. He started with a full, hefty form of a bull, and worked his way through 11 versions (taking test prints of each) until he finished on a simple, linear bull. The artistic genius of Picasso could seemingly not be stopped and his vast oeuvre of lithographs is a testament to that fact.

Marc Chagall Lithographs

Marc Chagall Lithograph for sale

Renowned for his exquisite use of color, lithography was the perfect medium for Chagall to express his artistic visions. Chagall was first introduced to lithography in Berlin in the early 1920’s. The only type available to him then was black lithography, which did not do much to enchant him. After a brief brush with color lithographs in New York for Arabian Nights, Chagall came to France and to Fernand Mourlot to master the art of lithography. Chagall was partnered with Charles Sorlier, and the two would have a lasting and fruitful professional relationship. Chagall was passionate about color, and lithography allowed him the freedom to experiment with vibrant colors more than any other medium he had encountered. Works like the Daphnis and Chloe (1960) series, Carmen (1966), and Magic Flute (1967) are grandiose in their use of color – the intensity of it is unique to the oeuvre of Chagall.  The fantastical Chagall lithographs draw on his favorite themes of history, romance, and mythology.

Pablo Picasso Linocuts

Pablo Picasso Linocuts for salePicasso is rightly hailed as one of the most influential and creative artists of the 20th Century. His artistic prowess extended across many mediums, and is highlighted in his printmaking skills – especially Picasso Linocuts. Picasso was introduced to linoleum cuts (or linocuts) when he was living in Vallauris, France. Every year, Picasso would contribute posters for the bullfighting and ceramic fairs in Vallauris. Hidalgo Arnera, a printmaker in Vallauris, suggested that Picasso use linocut for these posters, as it was more economical. Picasso proceeded to experiment with and push the new technique of linocut until he had mastered it.

Linoleum, more pliable than wood, stands up to many techniques, both coarse and delicate. This allowed for Picasso to unleash his artistic energy into the new medium. Linocut also changed the sensation of the colors, which fascinated Picasso because it was so different from other mediums he’d worked with. Many of the Picasso linocuts are astonishing bursts of color, all the more astounding due to the technical skill that goes into carving the multiple plates needed for a multi-color composition.

Sam Francis Monotype’s, Lithographs, Watercolor and Acrylics 

Sam Francis monotype lithographs watercolor acrylic for saleSam Francis is known for his abstracted work executed in bold colors. Francis treated the lithographic process differently than most, using the proofing stage to create his artistic vision, rather than to correct it. His printmaking is linked to his painting and drawing, but does not come from them. Inevitably, they influence one another – after doing lithography Francis started painting with his canvases on the floor. There is no real sense of straight progression in Francis’ oeuvre, but a never-ending quest to continue to explore and experiment with new colors, forms, and arrangements. Francis’ work with etching is defined by large swaths of black, against which his use of vibrant colors pops.

Francis is very famous for his work with monotypes – a combination of printmaking and painting where pigments are applied to a surface, and then covered by paper and pressed to print the pigments onto the other paper. This technique also allowed Francis to experiment with layering and further explore the intricate connection between his painting and printmaking. Such an interesting combination of techniques encapsulates Francis’ approach to art-making. Sam Francis also made unique acrylics, watercolors,  works on paper which have the same vibrancy of his unique monotypes.

Joan Miró Etchings Aquatints Carborundums

Joan Miro Etchings Aquatints Carborundums for saleJoan Miró’s incredible body of work would not be complete without a discussion of Miró aquatints and carborundums. Extremely proficient in the art of printmaking, Miró used a special technique that combined aquatints and carborundums to achieve both dazzling color and rich texture in his final prints. Aquatint is a technique that allows for vast ranges of color and the end product is a watercolor effect –this effect is an essential piece of many Miró aquatints. Carborundum is a technique that is used to create an embossing effect, which raises the paper to make texture. The combination of these two creates captivating prints that are multi-faceted and technically complex.

Miró was known for overlaying especially these two techniques, which showed just how skilled he was in printmaking and how delicately he used and manipulated the medium to create masterpieces.

Rembrandt Etchings

Serving as the forefather of the Dutch printmaking Renaissance, Rembrandt van Rijn is one of our personal favorites. More widely known for his stunning paintings that are featured in museums all over the world, Rembrandt etchings and engravings are highly underrated. They are a true testament to Rembrandt’s range as an artist and printmaker, having been able to translate his mastery of light and playfulness with shadow in all of his prints featured here in our collection.

Rembrandt, The Hundred Guilder Print

The Hundred Guilder Print remains the most famous and desirable Rembrandt etching to date. Noted Rembrandt scholar Christopher White describes this astounding work as “the apotheosis of Rembrandt’s activity in etching in the 1640’s, and according to popular opinion of his whole career” (White, Rembrandt as Etcher, 57).

White further traces the origin of the title to a print seller named Mariette, who sold an impression of this print to Rembrandt himself for 100 guilders. The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. occasionally displays this masterpiece.

Albrecht Dürer Ecthings and Woodcuts

Durer Etchings and Woodcuts for saleAlbrecht Dürer was first introduced to woodcutting in 1486 when he apprenticed in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut who, during those years, was cutting blocks for book illustrations. Woodcuts are etchings in a wood block that are then used to print that image onto paper. Woodcuts allow for rapid reproduction – good for the type of illustrating that Dürer did during his career – and also stood up better than engravings for large editions. After leaving Wolgemut’s workshop, Dürer went traveling, making drawings for cuts on the way. Dürer broke from illustrating in Italy between 1495-1500 when 3 large woodcuts show that he had stopped working in the miniature scale, and also that his subjects were no longer bound by text.

Frustrated by what he felt to be failed attempts at painting, Dürer put his immense creative energy into woodcuts between 1509-1512 – producing his ‘Great Books’ during what some call his Classic period. Dürer woodcuts popularized the art form and their influence has lasted into the present.

Andy Warhol Screen PrintsAndy Warhol sreenprints for sale

Andy Warhol, herald of the 20th Century Pop art movement, turned to screen printing in the 1960’s in order to mass produce his art or in his words “to be a machine.” Warhol is one of a short list of artists who became very famous during their lifetimes. Warhol ventured into screen printing first by copying paintings that he had already made, and then by using images from some of his film. The subjects of Warhol screen prints later included celebrities or people of note, and his art was often perceived as social commentary. Screen printing allowed for mass production of his images, but he also subverted this idea when he made identical images that had unique coloring, resulting in editions that were at the same time identical and unique. Warhol’s Venus from Details of Renaissance Paintings, 1984 is an exquisite example of this, also showing the vibrant color that Warhol employed.

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