WELCOME TO INVALUABLE
Be the first to know about
the latest online auctions.
Please enter a valid email address (name@host.com)
Sign Up »
PS: We value your privacy
Thank you!
 
 
Want to learn more
about online auctions?
Take a Quick Tour »
 
Invaluable cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations.
Show translation options

Lot 115: 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints

Fall Auction with online and absentee bidding

by Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals

22 October 2016

Knoxville , TN, USA

Live Auction

Andrew Molles (1907-1975) Please Register/Login to access your Invaluable Alerts

Past Lot
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
  • 12 Andrew Molles Woodblock Prints
   
Looking for the realised and estimated price?

Description: Twelve (12) Andrew Molles (California/Austria, 1907-1975) ink on paper woodblocks, untitled. Each print features two hyperrectangles, depicted primarily in black. Five signed "molles" in plate, lower right corner, three signed and dated "molles '69" in pencil, lower right under image, two signed and dated "a. molles '69" in pencil, lower right under image, two signed "a. molles" in pencil, under image, lower right. Biography (courtesy Askart: The Artists' Bluebook) Molles' works feature geometric abstraction oriented towards a hard edge painting approach and employing repetition and simplification of minimalist art. Each image approx. - 7 3/4" H x 6 3/8" W. Paper - 12" H x 16 1/2" W. Provenance: From the estate of Robert L. Zarbock. Proceeds to benefit Zarbock’s alma mater, the University of Illinois. (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com)

Condition Report: Overall good condition. Some minor damage to paper edges, including bends, tears, slight toning or water damage.

Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
 
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
 
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)
Lot title
$0 (starting bid)