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Prints & Drawings, lot numbers 920-930

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COLLECTION of 15 tinted lithogr. fashion plates, cold. by hand. Mid 19th c. 21,5 x 17 cm. Under passepartout. (A bit foxing in places).
estimate EUR 120

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ETHIOPIC PAINTING. 2nd h. 20th c. Consisting of 72 panels illustrating legends from the Kebra Nagast. 89,5 x 195 cm. Cloth on a wooden frame.
estimate EUR 500
¶ The Kebra Nagast is a 14th-century account, written in Ge'ez, of how the Queen of Sheba (Queen Makeda of Ethiopia) met King Solomon and about how the Ark of the Covenant came to Ethiopia with Menelik I (Menyelek). The sequence consists of six rows of 12 panels in colour with legends on top in Ethiopic. In very good condition. List of episodes available upon request.
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(LAER, Pieter de (1592-1642). Lime-kiln on the Tiber-Island in Rome. Amst., H. Allardt, 2nd h. 17th c.). Engr. by B. Stopendael. 330 x 390 mm. Under passepartout.
estimate EUR 70
result EUR 70
¶ Hollstein Dutch X, p. 10.

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LUCEBERT (ps. of L.J. Swaanswijk). 'A daughter of Albion'. 1979. 240 x 235 mm (image size). Etching. Signed, numbered and titled in pencil. Edition 3/25. In very good condition.
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 130

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LUCEBERT (ps. of L.J. Swaanswijk). Bühnescreens. Amst., Printshop (P. Clement), 1971. 7 cold. (6 multi-cold.) silkscreen prints and 8 poems in facs. manuscript, tog. on 16 lvs., boxed as published. Lge-fol. Ocl.
estimate EUR 800
result EUR 700
¶ Each print signed and numbered by the artist. Edition 48 of 75 numbered copies only. Beautifully executed and in fine condition.
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LUCEBERT (ps. of L.J. Swaanswijk). 'Faust en Gretchen'. 1973. 336 x 480 mm (image size). Cold. lithogr. Signed and dated in pencil. Edition 10/50. In very good condition.
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 200

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LUCEBERT (ps. of L.J. Swaanswijk). Forma aktua. Gouaches, tekeningen. 13 jan. - 19 febr. 1984. Portfol. consisting of 2 cardboard sheets, 1 w. laid down poster in 2 colours, containing 4 multi-cold. silkscreen prints of drawings combined w. poems. Signed in pencil. Edition 25 of 40 copies only. (Some very light foxing marks in places).
estimate EUR 300
¶ Published on the occasion of an exhibition at Groningen.
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LUCEBERT (ps. of L.J. Swaanswijk). 'VOX'. 1967. 395 x 497 mm (image size). Etching. Signed, numbered and dated in pencil. Edition 175/190. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. In very good condition.
estimate EUR 300

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POSTERS -- COLLECTION of 5 Sowiet Russian propaganda posters. Moscow, 1980. c. 65 x 100 cm each. Cold. lithogr. (Some slight fraying to margins in places, occasional small marginal splits, but in good condition). -- Added: 2 o. posters. (7).
estimate EUR 100
result EUR 110

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SCHUITEMA, P. (1897-1973). 'ABC'. N.d., (=1967). 750 x 988 mm. ABC ("dubbelalfabet") poster silkscreen printed in red and black. (Some light fraying to bottom margin, small split in top margin, but else in very fine undiscoloured condition).
estimate EUR 300
result EUR 240
¶ Designed by Schuitema on the occasion of the exhibition Image + Text, held in the Haags Gemeentemusuem in 1967. Signed and numbered "27/50" in ink in right lower corner. - Maan, p. 126.
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WERKMAN, H.N. 'Premie Boekenvrienden uitgevoerd naar ontwerp 4: vogel voor boom.' 1943. 400 x 250 mm (sheet size). Stencil printed 'druksel'. Signed and dated '43 in ink. From an edition of 65 copies. (Slight discolouring in upper left corner, but else in pristine condition).
estimate EUR 5.000
result EUR 4.500
¶ Cat. Hot Printing, nr. 43-83; Dekkers, (e.a.), p. 167: "Deze voorstelling vormt het vierde ontwerp dat Werkman maakte in het kader van een opdracht voor het Nederlandsch Verbond voor Boekenvrienden om een premie-uitgave te verzorgen. (…) 'Vogel voor boom' werd uitgevoerd in een eenvoudige sjabloontechniek met heldere inktkleuren, waarbij de achtergrond onbewerkt bleef. Alleen het oog van de vogel werd gestempeld."
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