Julian Opie (British, born 1958) We Swam Amongst the Fishes Screenprint, 2003, on spray-painted MDF block, signed and numbered 87/160 in black ink verso, printed by Advanced Graphics, London, published by the artist, London, 762 x 762mm (30 x 30in)(SH)
Julian Opie (British, born 1958) Tina Walking (Cristea 143) Lenticular acrylic panel, 2010, signed and numbered 11/35 in black ink on a label verso, in the artist's brushed aluminium frame, printed by Riot of Colour, London, published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 830 x 425mm (32 5/8 x 16 3/4in)(SH)
Julian Opie (British, born 1958) Rod Walking (Cristea 144) Lenticular acrylic panel, 2010, signed and numbered 11/35 in black ink on a label verso, in the artist's brushed aluminium frame, printed by Riot of Colour, London, published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 830 x 488mm (32 5/8 x 19 1/4in)(SH)
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Jacqueline au Bandeau de Face Linocut printed in colours, 1962, on Arches, signed and numbered 33/50 in pencil, published by Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris, with margins, 640 x 530mm (25 1/4 x 20 7/8in)(B)
Various Artists XXe Siècle. Chroniques du Jour. Vol 1: Nos.1-6; Vol 2: No.1 The complete set of seven issues, 1938-1939, from the first series of the art review, comprising 6 woodcuts by Kandinsky, engravings by Matisse, Arp, de Chirico, Miro, Severini and lithographs by Duchamp and Ernst among others, each 320 x 247mm (12 1/2 x 9 3/4in) 6 vol
William Blake (British, 1757-1827) The Wood Engravings of William Blake for Thornton's Virgil 1821 The complete set of 17 wood engravings, a later edition produced in 1977 by the British Museum, numbered 19 in ink out of 135 on the interior of the box and in the Introduction booklet, (the total edition was 150 but 15 were not for sale), each print on Japanese Hosho paper and inserted loose into a card folder printed with text relating to each image, together with a Prospectus booklet, printed by Iain Bain and David Chambers at the British Museum, published by British Museum Publications Ltd, London, within a brown cloth-covered folding box, 120 x 150mm (4 3/4 x 5 7/8in)(each sheet); 305 x 198mm (12 x 7 7/8in)(Box)
Various Artists The New York Collection for Stockholm The complete set of 30 prints, multiples, and photographs, some in colours, 1973, on various papers, each signed except the de Maria, Haacke and Lichtenstein, the Noland with a stamped signature, with title-page and justification, copy 201 of 300, printed by Styria Studios, New York, published by Experiments in Art and Technology, Inc., New York, the full sheets, loose in original typeset paper folders (as issued), 307 x 230mm (12 x 9in)(Vol)
Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881) The Herdsman's Cottage, or Sunset Etching, 1850, the second final state, with Palmer's etched initials in the lower left margin, as published in 'The Portfolio', 1872, with wide margins, on laid, 124 x 100mm (4 7/8 x 4in)(PL)
John Piper C.H. (British, 1903-1992) Eglise de Vernon, Normandy The rare aquatint with hand-colouring in ochre and blue-grey gouache by the artist, 1972, on TH Saunders, signed and inscribed 'artists proof' in pencil, one of only six hand-coloured proofs aside from the edition of 50, printed at Burleighfield House, London, published by Pallas Gallery, London, with margins, 840 x 661mm (33 1/8 x 26in)(PL)
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) The Painter and his Model The rare lithograph, 1962, on japan, a proof aside from an edition of 10, published by André Sauret, Paris, with full margins, 432 x 630mm (17 x 24 3/4in)(SH)next page
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