Swann Galleries /Apr 29, 2014
€8,661.13 - €12,991.70
Artworks in Arcadja585
Some works of Raphael SoyerExtracted between 585 works in the catalog of Arcadja
Auction: Freeman -Dec 7, 2014 - PhiladelphiaLot number: 89
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Description: RAPHAEL SOYER (american 1899-1987)/span WOMAN SMOKING Signed 'Raphael Soyer' bottom left and inscribed 'for J(?)irca' bottom right, also dated '1942' verso, oil on canvas 20 x 16 in. (50.8 x 40.6cm) provenance: /spanFrom the Collection of Dr. Daniel Lovette. Condition Report: Excellent original condition. Frame: 31 1/4 x 27 1/4 in. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Freeman's Conditions of Sale.
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RAPHAEL SOYER Springtime. Color lithograph, circa 1970. 365x455 mm; 14 3/8x17 7/8 inches, full margins. Artist's proof. Signed and inscribed "AP" in black crayon, lower margin. A very good impression. Soyer reworked a same-titled lithograph from 1938 (Cole 56) into this color lithograph. He located the three male subjects on a park bench in Washington Square, New York, in 1935, and made a painting of this scene, followed by the 1938 lithograph and then the current work.
Auction: Ro Gallery -Jul 17, 2014 - New YorkLot number: 476
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Raphael Soyer, American (1899 - 1987) Memories Portfolio 1969 12 Lithographs, each signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 11/150 26 x 20 in. (66.04 x 50.8 cm) Auction Location: 47-15 36th Street, Long Island City, New York, 11101, United States Previewing Details: Lots are available to be previewed at our Long Island City, New York location at 47-15 36th Street by appointment up until the day of the sale. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (+1)718-937-0901 or 800-888-1063 to make an appointment or request additional photos, condition reports or other questions. Buyer's Premiums: From (Incl.) To (Excl.) Premium 0.00 Infinite 20% Shipping Details: No Info Available Payment Details: You may call us Monday - Friday between 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. EST at: 800-888-1063 or 718-937-0901 to complete the transaction. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, PAYPAL.COM, and Bank Wire Transfers/EChecks. Use the links provided for Paypal payments. 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RAPHAEL SOYER The Mission. Lithograph, 1933. 310x452 mm; 12 1/4x17 3/4 inches, full margins. Edition of 25. Signed twice in pencil, lower margin. A superb impression of this very scarce, early lithograph. Raphael Soyer (1899-1987) and twin brother Moses were born in southern Russia into a liberal, intellectual family. They were joined by four siblings before the Soyer family was forced to leave their home by Russian authorities in 1912 and subsequently emigrated to America. Both brothers fostered an early interest in art and, when their mother gave them money for a small etching press in 1917, they enthusiastically began to make prints in their small New York apartment. Raphael attended the Cooper Union and continued his artistic studies at the National Academy of Design in 1918, discovering art history through lectures and perusing the Academy's library (where he fostered an affinity for Degas). In 1920, Raphael began to make lithographs under the instruction of the printer Jacob Friedland before studying with Guy Pène du Bois at the Art Students League a few years later. Soyer exhibited his work for the first time in 1926 at the Salons of America, and in 1932 the Whitney Museum bought one of his paintings (his first purchase by a museum). He began to exhibit increasingly in the 1930s and began to gain commercial success. Prior to this more widespread recognition, Raphael worked in a naïve style and recorded scenes from his personal life, capturing his immediate surroundings with friends and family as principal subjects. In the 1930s, he began to depict a more diverse range of subjects, ranging from the classic female nude to current events--episodes dominated by the Great Depression. Among Soyer's most celebrated lithographs, The Mission is a Depression-era view of homeless men in a New York soup kitchen (it is also commonly seen as a companion print to the equally important Bowery Nocturne, lithograph, from the same year, see Cole 28). Raphael was an avid printmaker throughout his career, loyally creating more than 250 lithographs and etchings for some 65 years. Cole 27. Estimate $12,000 - 18,000
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Two works on paper: Raphael Soyer (Russian, 1899-1987), original lithograph depicting four female nudes in various relaxed and recumbent positions, 1966, ed. 100 as commissioned by the Grippi Gallery, New York, NY, signed in stone LR, possibly pencil signed LR, inscribed 15/100 LL, printed in black ink on sturdy white wove paper with full margins, as issued, Cole 113, wavering of paper, isolated foxing in lower half, ss: 19 1/2 h. x 23" w.; along with Daniel Stone Martin (American, 1913-1992), lithograph with hand-applied black ink, seated nude couples and single figures on lawn, pocket watch, garden chair, and horse in background, brown, blue, white and black palette, signed LL, inscribed 127/250 LC, possibly unique in that Martin likely applied paint after printing process, mat burn, water stain to mat LL corner, ss: 8 1/2 " h. x 10 3/4" w., both works matted and framed behind glass, neither examined out of frame, both with expected wear to frames. [From the Samuel Magdoff Collection. After serving as an Army captain during WWII, Magdoff pioneered connecting art and animation technology as President of Elektra Films in New York. He was President of the Film Producers Association of New York, and a member of the Art Directors Club. Magdoff went on to be the Associate Dean of Continuing Education at the Parsons School of Design. He died in 2006 at the age of 90.] Estimate $ 150-300