The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) Print Fair, which opened at the Park Avenue Armory on Wednesday, November 4. These sales were reported by participating galleries:
Susan Sheehan Gallery
- sold a complete suite of nine color lithographs from Frank Stella’s 1964 Purple Series to a museum
- two Andy Warhol Flowers priced at $80,000 to a private collector and a museum
- all of their Robert Indiana editions
- a 1964 lithograph by Ellsworth Kelly titled Blue and Orange, among other sales.
Mary Ryan Gallery
- a 1984 Robert Longo lithograph to a major museum
- six Frank Stella Benjamin Moore lithographs to an institution
- one Robert Gober print to museum.
- The gallery reported a large demand for the latest series by Alex Katz, a suite of large-scale screen prints titled Black Dress.
- a set of twelve color etching by Thomas Schutte to the Cleveland Clinic
- a large group of twenty-five monoprints by Philip Taaffe to a major financial institution
- one definitive print and two color prints of Speed Train by Cyril Powers priced at $150,000 to a private collection
Durham Press, Inc.
- a suite of ten Hurvin Anderson Mirror: Don’t Look Back prints to the Detroit Institute of Arts
Gerish Fine Arts
- an 1836 John Constable work to the Getty Museum.
- the Detroit Institute of Arts has acquired two Robert Riggs lithographs
- one etching by Helen Phillips has been sold to a university museum
- two Donald Tsevy watercolors and two Stephen Ford linocuts have gone to a private collections.
Jan Johnson Old Master & Modern Prints
- a 1735 work by Claude Duflos, a Giuseppe Maria Mitelli from 1686
- a 1568 engraving by Cory Cornnelia titled The Betrayal of Christ to major museums.
Hill Stone, Inc.
- one color lithograph by Edouard Vuillard
- a rare engraving by Albrecht Dürer, a Four Seasons edition by Pieter Bruegel
- a Remembrandt van Rijn Abraham Entertaining the Angels to museum collections