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The numbers herebelow listed correspond to the numbers marked in red pencil on the backs of the photographs No. 1. Price: $5,800. BRAQUE "Le Gueridon" 70 x 28 1/2 inches. Signed and dated lower right: "G. Braque, '26". Exhibited: Contemporary Art Exhibition, Golden Gate Exposition, San Francisco, 1939. Braque Exhibition, Washington, D.C., 1939. As one can judge from the size, this picture is a very large one, and has a very good gold frame of the "Rosenberg type". It is highly colorful and has great architectural and decorative qualities. I personally consider it one of the major works of that type by Braque. The picture was bought from Rosenberg for a considerably higher figure than we are quoting now, but we were able to purchase it back recently from its original buyer at very favorable terms. No. 2. Price: $2,200. BRAQUE "Nature Morte" 13-1/2 x 18 inches. Signed lower right. Date: 1929. Exhibitied: Arts Club of Chicago, 1929. Springfield, Mass., 1931. Predominating colors: soft green, yellow lemons, light blue background. No. 3. Price: $14,000. PICASSO "Harlequin" 51-1/2 x 38 inches. Signed and dated: "1923". Exhibited: Reinhardt Galleries, New York, 1930. Jacques Seligmann & Co., 1937. The picture has a fine 18th century gray frame. Light blue background, satin-like costume with yellow, pink and bright blue. Hands and face Picasso Pink. This picture is part of the very rare series of 1923, a year during which Picasso painted but a few pictures. Extremely few pictures of this type appeared in the market during the last decade. t.s.v.p....... GS
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