Sun, 3rd Mar 2019 12:00

Historic, Modern & Contemporary Art

 
Lot 102
 
Lot 102 - Roy Lichtenstein (United States Of America 1923-1997)

102

Roy Lichtenstein (United States Of America 1923-1997)
Shipboard Girl

offset colour lithograph on thin wove paper

Artwork date: 1965
Signature details: signed in pencil
Literature: Corlett, M. (1994). The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein – A Catalogue Raisonné 1948-1993. New York: Hudson Hills Press, another example from the edition illustrated on p.286, catalogue no.11.6. Waldman, D. (1988). Roy Lichtenstein Drawings and Prints. New York: The Wellfleet Press, catalogue no.12.

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sheet size: 68.2 x 49.4 cm

Sold for R256,050
Estimated at R250,000 - R350,000


Condition Report

Not laid down, adhered to the mount with archival tape, three creases in the bottom left corner, slightly faded, minor cockling and oxidisation.

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offset colour lithograph on thin wove paper

Artwork date: 1965
Signature details: signed in pencil
Literature: Corlett, M. (1994). The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein – A Catalogue Raisonné 1948-1993. New York: Hudson Hills Press, another example from the edition illustrated on p.286, catalogue no.11.6. Waldman, D. (1988). Roy Lichtenstein Drawings and Prints. New York: The Wellfleet Press, catalogue no.12.

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sheet size: 68.2 x 49.4 cm

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Auction: Historic, Modern & Contemporary Art, Sun, 3rd Mar 2019

Aspire Art Auctions set a new bar for the market in its Autumn 19 Auction in Cape Town, with a South African auction record for its cover lot.

An early work, by international star Marlene Dumas, Love Lost (1973/4) achieved R7 283 200, more than doubling its pre-sale estimate of R3 000 000. Further successful sales included a range of paintings by Alexis Preller from across his career, and new world records for work by Jane Alexander, Simphiwe Ndzube, and Moshekwa Langa. These results further establish Aspire’s growing reputation as the discerning auction house for handling contemporary South African art.  

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