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Isselbacher Gallery

New York City, US

Founded in 1965 by the late Alfred Isselbacher, and now under the direction of Audrey Isselbacher, former associate curator of prints and illustrated books at the Museum of Modern Art, the gallery has consistently focused on late 19th and early 20th century European and American modern master prints. Past exhibitions have included the complete posters of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Matisse’s Jazz, Pablo Picasso: 50 Linocuts, and print retrospectives by Jean Dubuffet, and Alexander Calder.

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Les Bateaux by Paul Signac

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Our presentation covers a period of approximately 100 years, beginning with a masterpiece by the late 19th Century pointillist and color lithographer, Paul Signac, and then a very diverting drypoint by Picasso from his early 20th Century Saltimbanques series, followed by a succession of modern masters including Miró, Matisse, Max Ernst, Victor Brauner, Léger, Marie Laurencin and Morandi, and terminating with two very representative Pop Artists, Roy Lichtenstein and Tom Wesselmann. We hope you will derive pleasure from this voyage through art history and time.

Audrey Isselbacher, Director

Victor Brauner

La Fiancée heliotropique

1955

Image: 15 3/8 x 21 7/8 in.

Lithograph, printed in color, on wove paper

One of 125 signed and numbered examples published by L’Oeuvre Gravée, Paris, with their blindstamp in the margin

4,800 USD

Marie Laurencin

Le Ballet

1912

Image: 7 3/4 x 9 3/4 in.

Etching with extensive hand-coloring in watercolor, on laid paper

Reference: Marchesseau 21

Unique example; signed, dated and dedicated in pencil “à Jane Martin bien affectueusement M-L”

9,750 USD

Joan Miró

Untitled from the album 23 Gravures

1935

Image: 12 13/16 x 9 ¼ in.

Etching, printed in black on wove paper

References: Dupin 16; Cramer Books 3

One of 50 signed and numbered examples from the album with text by Anatole Jakovski, published by Éditions Orobitz et Cie., Paris

15,000 USD

Great American Nude Cut Out by Tom Wesselmann

Paesaggio by Giorgio Morandi

Roy Lichtenstein

Turkey Shopping Bag

1964

Image: 7 ¾ x 8 5/8 in.; Overall: 19 5/8 x 17 in.

Screenprint in yellow and black, on wove paper bag with handles

Reference: Corlett Appendix 4

One of approximately 125 signed examples, co-published by Bianchini Gallery and Ben Brillo Editions, New York

7,000 USD

Max Ernst

Untitled

1959

Image: 6 7/8 x 8 1/8 in.

Etching, printed in black on wove paper

Reference: Spies & Leppien 75

Proof with wide margins, signed and inscribed "essai,"prior to its inclusion in the de luxe copies of the book Le Poème de la femme 100 têtes (edition of 50, published by Jean Hugues, Paris)

3,800 USD

Great American Nude Cut Out by Tom Wesselmann

Isselbacher Gallery

New York City, US

+1 (917) 509-7833