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C. Gilt - A Church In A Rural Wooded Landscape

C. Gilt - A Church In A Rural Wooded Landscape

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"TABLEAU � MUSIQUE WITH MUSIC AND VESPERS" Mons. Wurtel, 12 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle, Paris. Made circa 1860. Very fine eight day going, hour and half-hour striking musical clock painting, with echo on the hour, and vespers, the music playing one of four tunes every hour or on demand.
C. Gilt wood framed oil on canvas, depicting a church in a rural wooded landscape with fi gures crossing a bridge. D. White enamel, radial Roman numerals, outer minute track. Steel hands. M. 12.5 x 9.5 cm., rectangular, brass with going barrels both for the going and the striking trains, anchor escapement, pendulum with silk suspension, striking on a gong, additional brass movement for the two gong carillon with echo, 12 cm cylinder musical movement with four tunes playing on a single tuned steel comb. Signed on a card fi xed inside the frame. Dim. 77 x 90 cm.
Janette Beckman - Run Dmc & Posse, Hollis, Queens, Ny

Janette Beckman - Run Dmc & Posse, Hollis, Queens, Ny

Original 1984
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RUN DMC & POSSE, HOLLIS, QUEENS, NY, 1984
LINER NOTES
Commissioned by the British style magazine The Face for a story about the New York Hip Hop music scene. I took the subway to Hollis, Run met me at the station and we walked over to the tree lined street where he lived. A group of their friends were hanging out in the shade by a car, the dappled sunlight hitting their sneakers, it seemed like a nice neighborhood.-
Janette Beckman
20" x 24"
Silver gelatin print.
 Anonymous - The Rolling Stones

Anonymous - The Rolling Stones

Original 1968
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Lot number: 183
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THE ROLLING STONES, LONDON, 1968
Classic, Beggars Banquet photoshoot, June 14
Michael printed this image overnight and Mick was astounded by how beautiful the image looked, so they decided to use it on the sleeve.
Hasselblad Superwide 2&1/4" - Kodak Tri-X
30" x 40"
Archival digital print.
Ethan Russell - Keith Richards, Patience Please

Ethan Russell - Keith Richards, Patience Please

Original 1972
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Lot number: 261
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KEITH RICHARDS, PATIENCE PLEASE, 1972
"One of the great rock photos of all time." - San Francisco Chronicle.
I was traveling with the Rolling Stones, watching from the sidelines, when I noticed the sign. I called Keith over and took two quick snaps. The Customs officer threatened to confiscate the film, so I retired quickly. I knew what I had.-
Ethan Russell
30" x 40"
Platinum print.
 Anonymous - Herman Leonard

Anonymous - Herman Leonard

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Lot number: 264
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HERMAN LEONARD, 21ST EDITION PLATINUM, 1940S
In the late 1940's, Herman Leonard's passion for Jazz brought him to the swinging clubs of Broadway, 52nd Street and Harlem. With the camera as his free ticket, he photographed and developed friendships with some of the greats of Jazz history including Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and many more. A year's apprenticeship with Yousuf Karsh provided invaluable experience photographing the likes of Albert Einstein, Harry S. Truman and Clark Gable. In 1956 Leonard was chosen to be Marlon Brando's personal photographer for an extensive research trip to the Far East. In the late 1950's Leonard headed for Paris where he worked in fashion and advertising and served as the European photographer for Playboy Magazine. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC has honored him by housing an entire collection of his personal archives of musical history. President Clinton presented a portfolio of Leonard's prints as an official gift from the United States government to a fellow musician, The King of Thailand. The Jazz photographs of Herman Leonard appear as a companion to the great musicians who created the unique sounds of America's original art form.
The book won a Lucie Award in 2010.
Bound in Japanese marbled silk and goatskin leather, is signed by Herman Leonard, Quincy Jones (Introduction), and Steven Albahari (Afterword), and includes more than 60 iconic photographs of Jazz greats such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker, and many others.
of 40 numbered and 10 lettered copies.
12 platinum prints (each signed on the mount), three of which are loose for framing: Dexter Gordon, Duke Ellington, and Lester Young's Hat.
12 Platinum 11" x 14" prints.
in the United States.
Book & platinum prints.
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