The Influence of Atelier 17: Part Two

This Part Two of The Influence of Atelier 17. To read the introduction and see the first list of artists, A – L, please click here.

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Ezio Martinelli: “Net and Triton” 1957; color etching and engraving. $500

Ezio Martinelli (American: 1913 – 1981): “Net and Triton” 1957; color etching and engraving; pencil signed; 68/200; platemark 17-1/2 x 11-7/8″.

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Andre Masson: Untitled abstract for the Solidarité portfolio, 1938; etching with engraving; pencil signed; 99/150; platemark 3-3/16 x 4-3/8″; reference: Saphire 65.

Andre Masson (French: 1896 – 1987): Untitled abstraction for the Solidarité portfolio, 1938; etching with engraving; pencil signed; 99/150; platemark 3-3/16 x 4-3/8″; reference: Saphire 65.

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Roberto Sebastian Matta: “Come Detta Dentro Vo Significo – plates 18 and 19” 1962; color etchings and aquatints. $2,000

Roberto Sebastian Matta (Chilean: 1911 – 2002): “Come Detta Dentro Vo Significo – plates 18 and 19; 1962; color etchings and aquatints; pencil signed; 64/100; platemarks 11 x 14-3/4 and 11 x 14-15/16″; reference: Sabatier 73 & 74; Silkeborg 49 & 50.

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Nick Frank De Matties (American: born 1939): “Firenze” 1965; mixed technique intaglio. $450

Nick De Matties (American: born 1939): “Firenze” 1965; mixed technique intaglio; pencil signed; 2/25; platemark 8-1/4 x 10-3/4″.

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Salvatore P. Mayo: “Deux Personnages” 1936; etching. $900

Salvatore Mayo (American: 1903 – 1988): “Deux Personnages” 1936; etching; pencil signed; 1/20; platemark 9-3/8 x 7″.

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Roderick Mead: “Wreck (Wreck on Sea Shore; Wrecked Ship)” 1935/’36; engraving. $3,500

Roderick Mead (American 1900 – 1971): “Wreck (a.k.a. Wreck on Seashore; Wrecked Ship)” 1935/’36; engraving; pencil signed; proof, outside the edition of 30; platemark 7-13/16 x 9-7/8″; reference: Museum of the Southwest 70; Austin/Desmond catalogue 64.

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Dean Meeker: “Don Quixote” 1966; color serigraph-polymer intaglio. $1,250

Dean Meeker (American: 1920 – 2002): “Don Quixote” 1966; color serigraph and polymer intaglio; pencil signed; 8/60; platemark 35-7/8 x 22-7/8″; reference: Dewey, p. 122.

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Joan Miro: “Gravures Pour une Exposition” 1973; color etching and aquatint. $6,000

Joan Miro (Spanish: 1893 – 1983): “Gravures Pour une Exposition” from a portfolio of 4 prints; 1973; color etching and aquatint; pencil signed; 72/75; platemark 13-5/8 x 26-7/8″; reference: Benhours 211; Dupin 606; R&G 211.

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Frances Mitchell: “The Struggle” 1951; intaglio. $350

Frances Mitchell Wardin (American: 1888 – 1983): “The Struggle” 1951; intaglio; pencil signed; proof, from an unstated edition; platemark 5″ diameter.

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George Miyasaki: “Composition 25” 1958; color lithograph. $4,000

George Miyasaki (American, born 1935): “Composition 25” 1958; color lithograph; pencil signed; 6/14; image size 25 x 19″.

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Magdeleine Mocquot: “Matines (poem by Marie Noël)” circa 1950; relief etching. $675

Magdeleine Mocquot (French: 1910 – 1991): “Matines (poem by Marie Noël)” circa 1950; relief etching with offset color; pencil signed; unique color proof; platemark 11-3/8 x 7-3/4″.

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Seong Moy: “Evi-O #2” 1982/’83; color woodcut with screenprint and gold leaf. $1,200

Seong Moy (American: born 1921): “Evi-O #2” 1982/1983; color woodcut with screenprint and gold leaf; pencil signed; artist’s proof 9/35; image size 18-5/8 x 9-1/2″; reference: similar to Syracuse 54 “Evi-O-0”.

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Barbara Neustadt: “A Dream of Love: Poem by Joseph Langland, Etchings by Barbara Neustadt” 1986; 18 mixed-technique intaglio prints. $2,500

Barbara Neustadt (American: 1922 – 1998): “A Dream of Love: Poem by Joseph Langland, Etchings by Barbara Neustadt” 1986; book of 18 mixed-technique intaglio prints; pencil signed; 35/40; image sizes: various; book size: 10-3/8 x 37″; reference: Neustadt 183.

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Cathal O’Toole: “Abstraction” 1937; etching, softground, and engraving with gauffrage. $1,000

Cathal O’Toole: “Abstraction” 1937; etching, softground, and engraving with gauffrage; pencil signed; unnumbered proof (proofs only, no edition); platemark 5-1/8 x 7″.

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Ramon Oeschger: “Long Clawson” 1974; color viscosity intaglio. $450

Ramon Oeschger (American: 1925 – 1992): “Long Clawson” 1974; color viscosity intaglio; pencil signed; 2/25; platemark 15-1/8 x 19-15/16″.

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Barbara Olmsted: “Ritual at 5” – a.k.a. “Le Sacre sans Merci” 1937; etching and engraving. $1,500

Barbara Olmstead (American: born 1915): “Ritual at 5 (a.k.a. Le Sacre sans Merci)” 1937; etching and engraving; pencil signed; 46; platemark 7-3/4 x 5-7/8″; reference: 1938 San Francisco Art Association catalogue #147.

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Harold Paris: “In the Garden (from the ‘Hosannah Suite’)” about 1955; Lucite engraving, printed in colors. $2,500

Harold Paris (American: 1925 – 1979): “In the Garden (from the ‘Hosannah Suite‘)” circa 1955; Lucite engraving, printed in colors; pencil signed; unique impression; platemark 11-1/4 x 14-5/8″.

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Gabor Peterdi: “Red Red Eclipse” 1967; mixed technique color etching. $600

Gabor Peterdi (American: 1915 – 2001): “Red Red Eclipse” 1967; mixed technique color etching; pencil signed; proof #8 outside of regular edition; platemark 17-1/2 x 23-1/4″‘ reference: Peterdi 264.

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Helen Phillips: “Danseuse” circa 1950; aquatint and open bite with color, simultaneous printed. $1,500

Helen Phillips (American: 1913 – 1995): “Danseuse” circa 1950; aquatint and open bite with color, simultaneous (viscosity) printed; pencil signed; proof, edition size not stated; platemark 10-1/8 x 5-3/8″.

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Philip D. Platt (American, active mid 20th century): Untitled abstract figure, 1943; engraving. $400

Philip D. Platt (American, active mid 20th century): Untitled abstract figure, 1943; engraving; pencil signed; proof, from an unstated edition; platemark 4-1/2 x 4-3/4″.

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Andre Racz: “Hermit Crab – from ‘Reign of Claws’ portfolio” 1945; engraving. $600

Andre Racz (American: 1916 – 1994): “Hermit Crab” from Reign of Claws portfolio, 1945; engraving; pencil signed; 17/50; platemark 5-7/8 x 7-7/8″; reference: Smithsonian 1990.14.2.

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Abraham Rattner: “Why” 1966; color lithograph. $600

Abraham Rattner (American: 1893 – 1978): “Why” 1966; color lithograph; pencil signed; 99/100; image size 13-1/4 x 21-1/4″.

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Krishna Reddy: “Two Forms in One” 1957; color viscosity intaglio. $2,500

Krishna Reddy (American born 1925): “Two Forms in One” 1957; color viscosity intaglio; pencil signed; 6/220; platemark 15-3/8 x 12″.

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Dolf Reiser: “Les Moines” circa 1936; etching. $1,000

Dolf Reiser (South African: 1898 – 1983): “Les Moines” circa 1936; etching; pencil signed; 3/30; platemark 4-7/16 x 7-5/16″.

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Michael Rothenstein: Untitled abstraction, circa 1970; mixed media: lithography, woodcut, and photo-screenprint. $1,000

Michael Rothenstein (English: 1906 – 1993): Untitled abstraction, circa 1970; mixed media: lithography, woodcut, and photo-screenprint; pencil signed; 5/20; image size 32-1/2 x 23-1/2″.

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Juichi Saito: Untitled abstraction, 1965. $350

Juichi Saito (Japanense: born 1931): Untitled abstraction, 1965; color engraving and aquatint; pencil signed; 22/50; platemark 16-3/8 x 11-13/16″.

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Hector Saunier: “Levitation” 1995; engraving and aquatint printed in colors. $850

Hector Saunier (Argentinian: born 1936): “Levitation” 1995; engraving and aquatint printed in colors; pencil signed; artist’s proof; platemark 19-5/16 x 23″.

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Louis Schanker: “Circle Image No. 25” 1951/’52; color plaster relief print. $1,600

Louis Schanker (American: 1903 – 1981): “Circle Image No. 25” 1951 /’52; color plaster relief print; pencil signed; 189/200; image size 14 x 17-7/8″; reference: Brooklyn Museum 121; IGAS 1952, Feb., series 1.

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Doris Seidler: “Winter III – February Fog” 1960; color etching. $2,800

Doris Seidler (American: 1912 – 2010): “Winter III – February Fog” 1960; color etching; pencil signed; artist’s proof; platemark 14-13/16 x 17-7/8″.

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Gail Singer: “Head”circa 1950; color block print. $450

Gail Singer (American: 1924 – 1983): “Head” circa 1950; color block print; pencil signed; proof, from an unstated edition; image size 11-1/2 x 9-1/8″.

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Agathe Sorel: “Le Bois Dorment” 1959; color intaglio. $400

Agathe Sorel (Hungarian: born 1935): “Le Bois Dorment” 1959; color intaglio; pencil signed; 10/50; platemark 11-3/4 x 15-5/16″.

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Ferdinand Springer: “Ressac” circa 1960; engraving. $300

Ferdinand Springer (German: 1908 – 1998): “Ressac” circa 1960; engraving; pencil signed; artist’s proof from an edition of 30; platemark 15-/16 x 18-3/16″.

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Dick Swift: “Nocturnal Images” 1967; color viscosity intaglio. $500

Dick Swift (American: 1918 – 2010): “Nocturnal Images” 1967; color viscosity intaglio; pencil signed; artist’s proof numbered XX/XX; platemark 10-7/8 x 7-7/8″.

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Arpad Szenes: “Merry Go Round” 1934; etching and engraving. $1,500

Arpad Szenes (Hungarian/French: 1898 – 1985): “Merry Go Round” 1934; etching and engraving; pencil signed; 4/30; platemark 4-5/16 x 5-3/4″.

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Valerie Thornton: “Forest” circa 1955; open bite etching. $650

Valerie Thornton (British: 1931 – 1991): “Forest” circa 1955; color open bite etching; pencil signed; artist’s proof from an unstated edition; platemark 14-5/8 x 7-5/8″.

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Julian Trevelyan: “Les Baux” 1975; color etching and aquatint. $900

Julian Trevelyan (British: 1910 – 1988): “Les Baux” 1975; color etching and aquatint; pencil signed; from an edition of 51; platemark 13-7/8 x 18-7/8″.

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Glyn Uzzell: “Celtic Spring” 1969; mixed technique color intaglio monoprint. $350

Glyn Uzzell (British: born 1930): “Celtic Spring” 1969; mixed technique color intaglio print; pencil signed; unique proof; platemark 23-3/8 x 15-5/8″.

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Louis Vargas Rosas: Unittled abstraction, 1936; engraving and soft-ground etching. $600

Luis Vargas Rosas (Chilean: 1897 – 1977): Untitled abstraction, 1936; engraving and softground etching; pencil signed; epreuve d’etat (proof state); platemark 7-1/8 x 10-5/8″.

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Roger Vieillard: “Architecture I (Economic Dirigee; The New Deal; The Tower)” 1935; engraving. $3,000

Roger Vieillard (French: 1907 – 1989): “Architecture I (Economic Dirigee; The New Deal; The Tower)” 1935; engraving; pencil signed; 6/40; platemark 14-3/4 x 10-1/16″; reference: Hacker 20; Autsin/Desmond catalogue 95.

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Margaret Walters: “Cavaliers” 1959; color intaglio. $600

Margaret Walters (American: 1924 – 1971): “Cavaliers” 1959; color intaglio; pencil signed; proof from an unstated edition; platemark 8-1/2 x 11-3/8″.

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Shirley E. Witebsky: “Crystal” circa 1960; color viscosity etching. $1,200

Shirley E. Witebsky (American: 1925 – 1966): “Crystal” circa 1960; color viscosity etching; pencil singed; artist’s proof; platemark 17 x 11-7/8″.

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John Buckland Wright: “Torso” 1935; softground etching and engraving. $2,800

John Buckland Wright (British: 1897 – 1954): “Torso” 1935; softground etching and engraving; pencil signed; editioned 10/30, though only 18 were printed; platemark 11-5/8 x 7-1/8″; reference: Wright M57.

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Tomoe Yokoi: “Melon and Tomato” circa 1985; color mezzotint. $350

Tomoe Yokoi (Japanese: born 1943): “Melon and Tomato” circa 1985; color mezzotint; pencil signed; artist’s proof from an edition of around 75; platemark 13-3/4 x 9-1/2″.

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Masao Yoshida: “Voilier (Sailing ship)” 1963; mixed technique color intaglio. $750

Masao Yoshida (Japanese: born 1943): “Voilier (Sailing ship)” 1963; mixed technique color intaglio; pencil signed; 1/30; platemark 15-7/16 x 19-3/8″.

About Annex Galleries

The Annex Galleries holds one of the largest original fine print inventories on the West Coast. With over 9,000 works, we specialize in (but are not limited to) original prints of the WPA era, Arts & Crafts movement, and Abstract Expressionism through the 1960's, with a focus on American and Californian artists both known and unknown. We have everything from Durer to Baumann to Picasso.
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