MARIANNE RICHTER MATTA, rya, "Kolmården", 1960-tal. 198 x 140 cm.

Ur "Östergyllen"-serien, för Wahlbecks Fabriker, Linköping.

Lounge Chair im Stil von Gufram / Studio 65

Lounge Chair im Stil von Gufram / Studio 65, Mod. Capitello, 1970er Jahre. Korpus aus weiß lackiertem Fieberglas in Form eines Säulenfragments. Altersgemäßer Zustand. Maße: H 72 cm, T 100 cm, B 75 cm.

STOL Funkis, 1930-tal.

Stomme i krommetall med svärtad sits och rygg av trä. Sitthöjd ca 43, total höjd 82 cm.

JOSEF LORENZL Skulptur, brons, Art Deco.

Dansande kvinna. Signerad Lorenzl. På sockel i onyx. Total höjd 25 cm.

KAMERA MED TRE OBJEKTIV Leica M2, nr 1087231, Ernst Leitz Wetzlar, Tyskland.

Kamera modell M2-1087231 och objektiv Leitz Wetzlar Summicron 1:2/50 1984482, Elmarit 1:28/90 1919291 samt Leitz Elmar 1:35, filter Leitz Wetzlar, Leica Meter samt väska.

SIGURDUR GUSTAFSSON Gungstol, "Rock´n roll", Källemo, efter 1999.

Rostfritt stål, höjd 69 cm. Numrerad 13/99.

Abstract art 1952 with pochoir-coloured plates

ABSTRACT ART. ALVARD, J., - GINDERTAEL, R. V. Témoignages pour l'art abstrait 1952. Introduction de Léon Degand. Paris (Éditions "Art d'Aujourd'hui") 1952. Small 4to (244x198 mm). 30 plates, of which 27 coloured au pochoir, printed on thick laid paper, and with many illustrations in black and white. Original wrapper including spine withbound. Fine blue half calf binding from the early 20th century, richly gilt spine in wide compartments, gilt upper edge (bound by Isbergs, Norrköping). On first free endpaper an advertisment for the book has been pasted in. Bookplate of Dani Liebenfeld. First edition. Among the artist's present Alberto Magnelli, Jean Arp, André Bloc, Sonia Delaunay, Auguste Herbin, Berto Lardera, Serghe Poliakoff, Victor Vasarely. Provenance: Dani Liebenfeld (1903-1984), Hotel and Restaurant owner in Norrköping, also a large art collector, among others of modernists like Gösta Adrian Nilsson and Otto G. Carlsund. Bookplate made by Bertil Bull Hedlund, Swedish graphic artist.

Dyl La Petite ville 1926 with 20 plates

DYL, YAN-BERNARD. La Petite ville. Paris (Simon Kra) 1926. Large 8vo (ca 295x200 mm.). Lithograph title, 20 lithograph plates in colour (complete). Limited edition of 9 copies, this number 10 on Japan paper (total edition of 175). Publisher's printed and decorated grey wrapper, slight wear, small tear to lower part, faded spine. Yan-Bernard Dyl (1887-1944), French artist, one of the representatives of the Art Deco movement and close to the cubist painter Robert Delaunay. The plates was printed from pochoir stencil at the Jacomet Studio, Paris, under the sponsorship of the print publisher Daniel Kahnweiler (1884-1976). Fearing the anti-German sentiment in Paris, Kahnweiler changed the name of his gallery and publishing house to Simon Kra in order to continue publishing uninterrupted.

Joan Miró Lithographe I-VI 1972-92

MIRÓ LITHOGRAPHE (6). MOURLOT, F., and others. Joan Miró. Lithographe. I-VI. Paris 1972-92. 4:o. 36 partly double-page original coloured lithographs J. Miró (all, including 4 dustwrappers), coloured and other illustrations. Original linen cloth with dustwrappers and protective glassine wrappers. Only some slight wear to vol. I. 6 volumes.

PALLAR Två stycken, allmoge, furu, 1800-tal.

Rektangulär sits på profilsågade ben. Längd ca 45, höjd ca 46 cm.

MATTA Rölakan, Signerad CB, ca 240 x 171 cm.

Sverige 1960-tal. Rödmelerad botten med stiliserande ornament i olika nyanser av blått och lila.

Nord-Sud Revue mensuelle Paris 1930-31 2 vol.

VERY RARE SWEDISH-FRENCH CULTURAL MAGAZINE FROM 1930-31 - EDITOR'S OWN COPY. (2). Nord-Sud (revue bi-mensuelle franco-scandinave). Issue 1-50. All published. Edited by John Bernström and Ivar Bjarne. (Paris) 1930-31. All issues bound in two volumes in blue cloth, front cover with John Bernström's name in gilt. Vol. I: 1-24 (with two double issues at the end). Vol. II: 1-22 (all double issues, last 4 in one issue). Parallell text in Swedish and French, also some parts in Danish and Norwegian. All but one issue [no 1] with decorated cover, the 3 first ones with thick cover, some minor soiling and creasing, a few minor tears, some minor tear to 2 covers. Complete. Interesting and entertaining cultural magazine, dealing with literature, art, exhibitions, theatre, dance etc., but also gastronomy, mainly on France and Sweden, but also some articles on Denmark and Norway. Richly illustrated and with many advertisments. Together with a letter in facsimile from the Swedish Royal Library (Kungl. Biblioteket) written to John Bernström from Nils Afzelius (2nd librarian). Afzelius expresses his thanks for sending him some issues of the magazine. + Also with 2 advertisement cards for the magazine and 2 sheets for subscription. Very rare complete. Only one copy registered in a library, at Linköpings stadsbibliotek, Stiftsbiblioteket (Sweden). This extremely rare magazine was partly financed by the Swedish entrepreneur and financier Ivar Kreuger, also known as the "Match King". His financial empire collapsed during the Great Depression and he allegedly committed suicide in Paris in March 1932. John Bernström (1903-89) was a kind of "Jack-of-all-trades" and had many talents. His grandfather wanted him to take over Alfa Laval, but instead he worked as an actor in London, Germany and Paris under the name "Jean Storm". He was directed by Murnau and later Jean Renoir. He started this cultural magazine as France imposed new laws making it hard for foreign actors to work in the country.

Prints from the Mourlot Press 1964

PRINTS FROM THE MOURLOT PRESS. Paris 1964. 4:o. (ca 295x215 mm). With 20 original lithographs (including wrapper) after Picasso, Chagall, Miró, Braque, Estéve, Villon, Matisse, Giocametti, Guiramand, Cathelin, Andre Brasilier, Cocteau, Minaux, Paul Jenkins, Calder and others. Edition of 2000 printed on Vélin de d'Arches. Original printed wrapper (by Chagall), lower part of upper wrapper worn and with minor tears, some soiling. First editon. Exhibition catalogue from the Smithsonian Institution. Provenance: Stefan Schueler (1920-2015), Swedish art book dealer who in 1972 opened / founded the specialized art book shop "Konst-Bibliofilen" in the Old Town, Stockholm, which lasted for 25 years.

San Lazzaro et ses amis 1975 with signed prints

(SAN LAZZARO, GUALTIERI DI). San Lazzaro et ses amis. Paris, XXE Siecle, 1975. Folio (353 x 265mm.). Limited edition of 575 copies, this is no. 26. One of 75 copies with an extra 8 original colour lithographs signed and numbered by the artists. Half-title, 14 colour lithographs, loose (as issued), original wrappers, cream buckram folding box, some offsetting from lithographs. The suite of signed prints includes Alexander Calder, Zao Wou-ki, Graham Sutherland, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Max Ernst, Hans Hartung and Max Bill. Provenance: Stefan Schueler (1920-2015), Swedish art book dealer who in 1972 opened / founded the specialized art book shop "Konst-Bibliofilen" in the Old Town, Stockholm, which lasted for 25 years.

Jean Borlin poster Serge Gladky 1929

JEAN BÖRLIN POSTER FROM 1929 - GLADKY, SERGE. Jean Borlin (1929). [Paris?], 1929. Lithographed colour poster by Serge Gladky. In plano. Paper size: 120 by 80 cm. After Jean Börlin [1893-1930] stopped dancing with the Ballet Suedois in 1925, he continued performing on his own. This poster is for one of his last shows, Cercle Eternel, music by Alexandre Tansman [1897-1986]. Börlin died in New York in 1930. This poster is for one of his last shows in Paris, Cercle Eternel. A version exists with text announcing the program, which included sets by Paul Colin, Gladky, Ferdinand Leger and Francis Picabia. The image often appears with these extra large margins trimmed off. This Is Gladky's only known poster. Excellent condition. Nicole Wild, Les arts du spectacle en France. Affiches illustrées (Paris 1976), no. 201; Erik Näslund, Rolf de Maré (Stockholm 2008), p. 166-7.

ALVAR AALTO Hatthylla, modellnr 109. Artek, Finland.

Björk. Fyra krokar av svartlackerad metall. Längd 100, djup 28 cm, höjd 35 cm

SKÅP 1950-/60-tal.

Bok. Delvis målat. Dörrpar med bakomliggande hyllplan och lådor. Bredd 97 cm, djup 42 cm, höjd 132 cm. Nyckel finns.

ALBERT LARSSON Bord, "Alberts-bordet", Tibro.

Rund skiva fanerad med teak. Benställning av stålrör. Kulfötter. Diameter 39 cm, höjd 43 cm.

KUBBSTOL Omkring 1900-talets mitt.

Furu, målad, lös sits. Sitthöjd ca 46, total höjd ca 99 cm.

GILBERT MARKLUND Pall, Furusnickarn AB.

Målad. Märkt. Sitthöjd ca 37 cm.

HANS-AGNE JAKOBSSON Golvlampa, Åhus, 1900-talets mitt.

Stomme av lackerad metall och mässing. Rund fot. Märkt med plakett. Höjd ca 127 cm.
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