Willy RONIS (1910-2009)Le Nu provençal, Gordes (Provencal Nude, Gordes, France) 1949Silver printing from 1995, signed with ink on margin.Verso with photographer’s wet stamp. Pencil-written manuscript : “Le Nu provençal, Gordes 1949”. Justification of printing seal from Pierre-Jean Amar and dated 1995.Image: 30 x 22,7 cm (11-3/4 x 9 in.) - Sheet: 40 x 30 cm (15-3/4 x 11-3/4 in.)Frame: 51 x 43,5 cm (20 x 17-1/10 in.)Certificate by Pierre-Jean Amar dated 2006 on frame mounting’s verso 
Antique Toys and Dolls
Advertising sign 1950s Stabilac, Cie Lacsoons. Embossed aluminum. Illustration by R. Tournay.Establishment J. Schuybroek, S.A. Hoboken-Antwerp (Anvers) 
Adrien GODEFROY (1777-1865)Le thé parisien (Parisian Tea)Etching with color heighteningDrawn by F.J. Harriet, caricature
Philippe PASQUA (1965)Vanity with Butterflies Mixed media on paperSigned and dated lower right
Alain JACQUET (1939-2008)Laure, 1969Color serigraph with embossing on vellumProof signed and numbered HC XV/XX
Provenance : Galerie Mony Calatchi Paris, 6th neighborhood
FRIGHETTO EditorImportant green velvet armchair fitted with foam. Armrests form back support raised by two front curved blonde wood legs. High backrest. Ottoman included.Frighetto labelItalian Work, circa 1990
Isaac TARKAY (1935-2012)Femme a la capeline (Lady with Wide-Brimmed Hat)Color lithographProof signed lower right, numbered 8/300
Gabriel DAUCHOT (1927-2005)Le garçon de café (Cafe Waiter)Color lithograph on Arches vellumSigned lower right and numbered 213/275Height: 74,5 cm (29-1/4 in.) - Width: 54 cm (21-1/4 in.).
Jean-Pierre VASARELY alias YVARAL (1934-2002)Double Six, 1972Set of six original color serigraphs on cardboardSigned and numbered 200/200
Graduated three strand cultured pearl necklace. 18ct gold clasp set with forty-four brilliant-cut diamonds for a total weight of 3.80cts. Circa 1980.Necklace length (for the shortest strand) : approx. 39 cm. (15-1/3 in.)Valuation by Patrick Descamps, Wolfers firm, Brussels.
Gudmundur ERRO (born in 1932) Le Rapt (Rapture), 1994D’après F. léger (After F. Léger), 1999Color lithograph on vellumProof signed, numbered 101/200, 103/200, dated.Subjects: 27,8 x 20,2 cm (11 x 8 in.) - Sheets: 30,5 x 23 cm (12 x 9 in.) 
Coconut money-box in the shape of an animal’s head, engraved with exotic figures in medallions.Work known as ‘de ponton’ or ‘de bagnard’ (prisoner’s), 19th CenturyLength : 12cm (4.7 in)
Jordi BONAS (1937)Portrait de jeune fille avec bouquet de fleurs (Portrait of a young girl with a bouquet of flowers)Oil on canvas, signed bottom leftHeight: 65cm (25.5 in) - Width: 54cm (21.2 in)Frame: 79 x 67,5 cm (31.1 x 26.5 in)
Guy LEGENDRE (1946)Port de Concarneau (Concarneau Port, France)Oil on canvas, signed lower right, counter-signed and titled on versoHeight: 50 cm (19-2/3 in.) - Width: 61 cm (24 in.)Frame: 61,5 x 72,5 cm (24-1/4 x 28-1/2 in.)Guy Legendre was a student at the School of Fine Arts in Amiens, France before enrolling at the ABC School in Paris. His works have been exhibited throughout France and he has been awarded numerous prizes. Like the Impressionist predecessors, Guy Legendre loves light and landscapes whether urban, bucolic or maritime.