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CHERET, JULES
JULES CHERET JULES CHERET. A 10 x 12 original red pastel chalk study of a lounging impish young woman; signed J. Cheret by the French poster artist, master of this art form. [ref:7020]
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Cocteau, Jean
Jean Cocteau An informative autograph letter signed, Milly, August 1949, by the French artist, poet and director. "Dear Sir, I don't have for myself Opera (impossible to find) but the best poems are in the selected pieces published by Gallimard. 'Le sang d'un poet' is sold out. I will try to find you 'Les Enfants terrible'." 1 page, 4to. The Opera possibly refers to La Voix Humaine, an opera by Francis Poulenc and Cocteau. Le Sang d'un Poete (The Blood of a Poet), an avant-garde film directed by the artist in 1930. Les Enfants Terrible, a 1929 novel by Cocteau, which he made into a film in 1950. [ref:4739]
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COCTEAU, JEAN
JEAN COCTEAU The half-title 8vo page of the French author's 1923 work Thomas L'Imposteur, on which Cocteau has drawn two of his trademark Greek boys and signed it "To Renaud de Jouvenal, with friendship, Jean Cocteau." Jouvenal was the French writer Colette's stepson by her second marriage. Excellent. Matted in red and brown. [ref:6355]
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Colin, Paul
An autograph letter signed, on the French poster and theatre set designer's blindstamped personal stationery, Paris, June 23, 1966. "I insist---A painting must be painted on its entire surface with an even mixture, in an even style, and above all without excessive bloating (in fact, bloats are chemically indefensible." 1 page, 4to. [ref:2944]
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DeBeck, William
WILLIAM DeBECK. An original 3 X 4 color pen and ink drawing by the American cartoonist using characters from one of his most famous strips: Barney Google; signed Bill DeBeck, 1936 by the artist. Mounted. [ref:5344]
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Dureau, George
GEORGE DUREAU. A 5 x 7 invitation to a February 4, 1995 reception at the Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans. On the reverse a color reproduction of an oil on canvas entitled Subvenire, signed by the American Southern artist. [ref:6064]
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ERTE
[SIGNED LIMITED EDITION]. ERTE AT NINETY. THE COMPLETE GRAPHICS. Dutton, New York, 1982. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Box Good. Limited Numbered Edition. 14 X 10 . Number 136 of 250. Gray cloth embossed binding with silver title, clean and tight, 223 pages, color reproductions on almost every page. Signed by Erte on second end page; jacket is clear plastic; black cloth covered slipcase is sturdy, with very minor wear. [ref:7190]
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Herkomer, [Sir] Hubert
An autograph quote, "Art loves chance and Chance loves art," signed 1894, by the Bavarian-born English painter, who did portraits of Wagner, Kelvin, Ruskin and the Marquess of Salisbury, among others. l page, 8vo. [ref:3250]
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HOMER, WINSLOW
WINSLOW HOMER A scarce autograph letter signed by the American painter, Scarboro, Maine, October 22, 1890. To art collector and patron Thomas B. Clarke concerning a preliminary sketch of a work eventually entitled To The Rescue. "I am very much pleased that you like the study. I would not give it a name at present as it is not painted up to any idea & is simply a study from Nature. But somebody may yet suggest a good title to it." 1 page, 8vo. [ref:5939]
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HOMER, WINSLOW
WINSLOW HOMER An informative autograph letter signed by the American New England painter, no place, April 24, 1897. To his friend and patron Thomas B. Clarke, "My dear Mr. Clarke, I wish to tell you how I have arranged the delivery of the two pictures giving the Century people photographs of them. They are to be sent by The Jones's Society to Whitteman Brothers 12=18." "Then on by my own conveyance to the Gallery of Kurtz." "Directly I hear that they have been delivered to Kurtz I will send to you an order to deliver to bearer---after they have made their negative." 2 full pages, large 8vo. Century Magazine was a periodical to which Homer made regular contributions, often the cover image. Kurtz Brothers, the photography studio. [ref:6790]
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