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Sculpture & Three-Dimensional Objects

Auction Saturday November 3rd 2018 at noon

Illustration precedes description

 

 

  

101

Michael Kalish (b. 1973) Californian

REALIZE, 2001, Muhammad Ali, a full-size interactive sculpture of stainless steel and chromed parts, signed and dated by the artist underneath the top platform, signed by Ali on the top rear side of the same platform, overall 71 x 18 x 18” with stand. Provenance: Artworks Gallery, Pasadena. Ali’s signature authenticated by PSA/DNA with certificate.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/4000

Starting bid $1000

 

 

 

102

Michael Kalish (b. 1973) Californian

FULL CIRCLE (Renew Painting), multiple, painted reclaimed hardwood planks with attached used rotating bicycle wheel hub, signed lower right, signed and numbered 40/300 on CB2 certificate on verso, 44 ½ x 37 x 6”.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $200/400

Starting bid $100

 

 

 

103

Steve Kaufman (1960-2010) New York

CAMPBELL’S SOUP CAN, acrylic painted cut and welded steel sculpture, signed lower right and on the verso, 60” high, 37” wide, 2 ½” deep. Provenance: Acquired from the artist, with a photograph of the artist with this artwork.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/4000

Starting bid $1000

 

 

 

104

Steve Kaufman (1960-2010) New York

CAMPBELL’S SOUP CAN DIRECTOR’S CHAIR, acrylic painted cut and welded steel sculpture, signed on the backside, 52” high, 24” wide, 19” deep. Provenance: Acquired from the artist, with a photograph of the artist with this artwork.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/4000

Starting bid $1000

 

 

 

105

Steve Kaufman (1960-2010) New York

TWO STACKS OF CUPS, a pair of painted ceramic or composition sculptures, one signed and numbered 50/100 near base, 25” & 24” tall, one with metal base and the other with tile base (a replacement?).

A few small nicks, some cracks and hairline cracks, otherwise in apparently good studio condition. They have the appearance of being repaired, but black light reveals nothing.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting bid $250

 

 

 

106

Steve Kaufman (1960-2010) New York

COKE BOTTLE, painted composite or ceramic sculpture, signed and numbered 160/200, height 23 Ό”.

1” paint chip on cap, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting bid $200

 

 

 

107

Mark Kostabi (b. 1960) California New York

CLIMBING, 1988, cast bronze sculpture, signed and dated and numbered 2/2 on base, 67 x 53 x 24”, 300-400 lbs. Provenance: Martin Lawrence Galleries, with certificate appraised at $295,000.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $10,000/30,000

Starting bid $5000

 

 

 

108

Todji (Todd) Kurtzman (20th 21st Century) Californian

WENDY’S HOOP SKIRT, 2005, cold-painted cast bronze sculpture with glass base, signed, numbered 22/32, overall 15 x 19 x 14”, with certificate from the artist.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting bid $250

 

 

 

109

Jesus Leuus (b. 1949) Mexican

LA FAMILIA, 1960, cast bronze sculpture with green patina, signed and dated and inscribed, 9” tall including wood base.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $300/600

Starting bid $150

 

 

 

110

Nano Lopez (b. 1955) Columbian America (two)

DUSTY from Nanimals Series, 2011, cold painted and patinated cast bronze sculpture, signed and dated, numbered 262/300, size 20 ½ x 16 x 6”; DUSTY, giclee on canvas, signed and numbered 262/300, size 18 x 24”, framed. Provenance: Park West Gallery, with certificate. (2)

Both in good condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/3000

Starting bid $1000

 

 

 

111

Gilbert “Magu” Lujan (1940-2011) Mexican/ American

BEACH COUPLE AT SANTA MONICA, 1986, acrylic painted archival board construction with sand filled base, signed on verso, 24 x 43 x 12”, rests atop acrylic stand 28 Ό x 50 x 19”, overall height 52 Ό”. Literature: Beardsley, John and Livingston, Jane, Hispanic Art in the United States: Thirty Contemporary Painters & Sculptors, New York, 1987, illus. pg.205.

Crack in one of the palm trunks, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/4000

Starting bid $1000

 

 

 

112

Richard MacDonald (b. 1946) Californian

COURSING CHEETAHS, 1996, cast bronze sculpture with patina, signed and numbered 29/75 lower center backside, 39” long, 18” tall and 12 ½” wide, mounted to marble base overall 21” tall.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $5000/10,000

Starting bid $2500

 

 

 

113

Richard MacDonald (b. 1946) Californian

DREAMS, cast bronze sculpture with patina, signed and numbered 28/175 front underneath, 24” long, 12” wide and 7” tall including marble base.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $1500/2500

Starting bid $750

 

 

 

114

Richard MacDonald (b. 1946) Californian

THE FLAIR (Gymnast), 1995, cast bronze sculpture with patina, signed and dated and numbered II 45/175 backside of ring, 32” tall, 30” wide and 12” deep, mounted to marble base overall 36 ½” tall.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $4000/6000

Starting bid $2000

 

 

 

115

Richard MacDonald (b. 1946) Californian

US OPEN (Golf), cast bronze sculpture with patina, signed and numbered 58/100 lower center, 25” tall and 24 ½” wide, mounted marble base overall 29” tall.

In good condition.

Auction Estimate $4000/6000

Starting bid $2000

 

 

 

116

Richard MacDonald (b. 1946) Californian

SLEEPING WOMAN, 1997, cast bronze sculpture with patina, signed and dated and numbered 44/150 lower right 27” long, 13” wide and 8 Ύ” tall with marble base.

In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $1500/2500

Starting bid $750

 

 

 

117

Bill Mack (b. 1949) American

PICASSO, bonded bronze sculpture, signed and numbered 50/65 in brush lower left, framed overall 42 x 50 ½ x 7”.

Small scratch on chest, some dust accumulation, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $800/1200

Starting bid $400

 

 

 

118

Bill Mack (b. 1949) American

HARMONY, 1989, bonded bronze sculpture, signed and inscribed TP (trial proof) in brush upper left, aside from the numbered editions of 75 and 50 Roman numerals, in artist’s frame, overall 39 ½ x 72 ½ x 9”.

Index finger professionally repaired, small scrapes and a hairline crack in upper center background, some scratches and nicks and scuffs on frame, otherwise in good condition.

Auction Estimate $1000/2000

Starting Bid $500

 

 

 

119

Dale Mathis (20th 21st Century) African American

QUARTER TILL, 2008, cut and painted Eco wood wall sculpture, with electric gears, neon back lighting, Swarovski crystals and LED lighting, signed and dated and numbered 11/100 on verso, timing mechanism battery operated, 35 x 36 x 6”.

Thin metal clock hands with a small kink and some hairline painted surface cracks, otherwise in apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $1000/2000

Starting bid $500

 

 

 

120

Assi Meshullam (b. 1975) Israeli

BAAL PRIEST, 2013, painted and glazed ceramic or composite sculpture with gold elements, signed and dated underneath, 18 ½” tall.

Crack at backside of base with small chip, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting bid $250

 

 

 

121

Daniel Meyer (20th 21st Century) Chicago

LOONEY TOON CHAIR, cut and painted wood construction, a signature not found, 48 x 30 x 27”. Provenance: POP International Galleries, NYC.

Surface soiling, some small cracks and nicks, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $2000/4000

Starting bid $1000

 

 

 

122

Ted Miller & Pueblo Pottery by Dunlap Sisters (two)

Ted Miller STANDING MAN, ceramic sculpture, signed at base, 17” tall; Dunlap Sisters 1981, blackware ceramic vessel, signed and dated underneath, 10” tall, 9” diameter. (2)

Ted Miller with small scuff on backside, Dunlap Sisters In apparently good condition.

Auction Estimate $100/200

Starting Bid $50

 

 

 

123

James Mitchell (20th/21st Century) American

SCULPTURAL TABLE, stainless steel base assembled in three parts with steel plate core, two parts painted black, signed, Ύ” glass table top, base 19 x 24 x 22”, glass top 43 x 24”, heavy.

Small scuffs and scrapes to black enamel, glass table top with salvageable impact crack at one corner, did not sit perfectly level on our floor, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting Bid $250

 

 

 

124

Burton Morris (b. 1964) Pennsylvania

COFFEE (State III), 2005, color screenprinted three-dimensional multiple, signed lower right, signed and dated on verso, with original drawing and dedication on verso, numbered 26/42, printed by Screened Images, 30 x 24 x 4”.

In good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $500/1000

Starting bid $250

 

 

 

125

Laura Pincus (20th/21st Century) Californian

MAN WITH FLASHLIGHT AND FISH, 1997, two sided acrylic painted wood construction, inscribed underneath, 77 x 66 x 14”.

A few scuffs and scratches, small loss at tip of fish tail, wear and small losses at base edges, otherwise in good studio condition.

Auction Estimate $400/800

Starting Bid $200

  

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