NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle's auction of Prints & Multiples on Wednesday, April 29 at 10am EDT will present a wide range of works spanning the 17th century to the present day. Highlights include works by Gauguin, Miró and Toulouse-Lautrec to Keith Haring, Ellsworth Kelly, and Andy Warhol, as well as prints and ceramics by Picasso. The auction presents the perfect opportunity to add to your collection or begin a new one!
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Old Master Prints in the auction are highlighted by three Albrecht Dürer works, including the rare circa 1515 etching, The Desperate Man ($6,000-8,000) and two Rembrandt etchings including Christ and the Woman of Samaria Among the Ruins, 1634 ($6,000-8,000).
European Prints feature two rare color woodcuts by Paul Gauguin including Noa-Noa, 1893-94 ($15,000-20,000); 19th century French color lithograph posters including Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, La Passagere du 54, ou Promenade en Yacht, 1895 ($15,000-25,000) and Alphonse Mucha, Job, 1898 ($3,000-4,000); an impression of Paul Klee’s sought-after color lithograph of The Tightrope Walker (Seiltanzer), 1923 ($12,000-18,000); eight prints by Marc Chagall including Les Saltimbanques, color lithograph, 1969; and offerings by Joan Miró featuring one of the largest prints in his 1979 Gaudí series, Gaudí XXI, color etching and aquatint with collage ($20,000-30,000).
Picasso Ceramics are highlighted by the rare-to-the-market complete 26-piece Service Poisson (Fish Service), 1947 ($60,000-80,000) and the monumental Vase Azteque aux Quatre Visages (Aztec Vase with Four Faces), 1957 ($60,000-80,000).
American Prints include a drypoint by Mary Cassatt, Margot Wearing a Large Bonnet, Seated in An Armchair, circa 1904 ($4,000-6,000); a rare mezzotint by Reynold Henry Weidenaar, The Bridge and the Storm, Mackinac Straits, 1957 ($2,000-3,000); and lithographs by Thomas Hart Benton including The Little Fisherman, 1967 ($2,500-3,500).
Contemporary Prints are highlighted by iconic Andy Warhol screenprints including Marilyn, 1967 ($30,000-50,000); Ellsworth Kelly, Colored Paper Image XIII, colored and pressed paper pulp, 1976 ($30,000-40,000); Wayne Thiebaud, Dark Cake, color woodcut,1983 ($15,000-25,000); and Keith Haring screenprints including Growing #2, 1988 ($20,000-30,000). This sale also features a desirable selection of works by 20th century British artists, including screenprints from the 1973 Rothko Memorial Portfolio by Bridget Riley ($3,000-5,000) and William Scott ($1,500-2,500) and four works by Howard Hodgkin including Moroccan Door, hand-colored color etching with carborundum, 1990-1991 ($6,000-8,000).