Secondary Market


Installation views of current exhibition
Our Semi-occasional Exhibition of Secondary Market Offerings
February 4 - February 27







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Anne Appleby

POPLAR, 2001
POPLAR, 2001
Oil and wax on canvas on panel
72 x 114.5 inches
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Guy Anderson



GUY ANDERSON
UNTITLED (Amaryllis), 1988
Oil on roofing paper mounted to board
73.5 x 49 inches
$35,000







GUY ANDERSON
UNTITLED, circa 1980s
Mixed media on paper
36 x 30 inches
HOLD



GUY ANDERSON
JOURNEY THROUGH THE SOURCE OF LIGHT, 1976
Oil on paper mounted on wood panel
61 x 49 inches
SOLD





GUY ANDERSON
Remembering a Time in Lightning, 1977
Oil on roofing paper mounted to board
21.25 x 67.25 inches
SOLD



GUY ANDERSON
ICARUS AND DAEDALUS, 1988
Mixed media on paper
96 x 24 inches
SOLD



GUY ANDERSON
UNTITLED (figures in corners), 1974
Oil on roofing paper
8.75 x 15.25 inches
$5,000




GUY ANDERSON
SEATED MALE FIGURE READING, date unknown
Ink and Conte Crayon on paper
24.75 x 18.34 inches
$3,000

Anderson's constant use of the male form took its most personal form from drawings he would make of other artists and friends in his studio. Here the reader seems to hover, seated yet balanced on one leg, while transported in deep thought.



GUY ANDERSON
BACK VIEW OF STANDING MALE FIGURE, date unknown
Oil on paper
30.5 x 12 inches
$4,000



GUY ANDERSON
UNTITLED (MALE TORSO)
Monoprint
12.5 x 10 inches
SOLD

Romare Bearden



UNTITLED, date unknown
Watercolor on paper
19 x 24.5 inches
$24,000


ROMARE BEARDEN
FORTUNE COVER, ca 1968
Color offset-lithograph
36.5 x 26.25 inches
$1,500

Joseph Biel



JOSEPH BIEL
UNTITLED (Assassins), 2002
Graphite on paper
11 x 7.5 inches
$900

Fay Chong



Fay Chong
WINTER TREE #101, 1971
Watercolor and ink on paper
17 x 22.75 inches
SOLD

Chuck Close



CHUCK CLOSE
SELF-PORTRAIT, 2007
Screenprint on paper
74.5 x 57.75 inches
Edition of 80
Price on request





CHUCK CLOSE
SELF-PORTRAIT, 2012
Archival watercolor pigment print on paper
30.14 x 19.5 inches
Edition of 50
HOLD




William Cumming



WILLIAM CUMMING
LA CONNER, 1984
Tempera on panel
19.5 x 14.5 inches
Edition of 80
$8,000

This painting by Cumming was used as the image for a well-loved poster celebrating one of the La Conner arts festivals.


Michael Dailey



MICHAEL DAILEY
RODNEY BEACH #2, 1973
Oil on canvas
80 x 60 inches
SOLD





MICHAEL DAILEY
LONG BEACH, 1997
Acrylic on canvas
57.25 x 82.5 inches
SOLD




MICHAEL DAILEY
BY THE SILVER SEA, 1986
Acrylic on canvas
36.75 x 61.5 inches
$14,500



SUNRISE BY THE SEA #10, 1993
Mixed media on paper
17.75 x 23.25 inches
$3,000



LANDSCAPE, 1985
Pastel on strathmore paper
5 x 12.25 inches
$800




MICHAEL DAILEY
RISING TIDE AND THE SPRING CHANNEL, date unknown
Oil and mixed media on paper
8.25 x 11 inches
$3,000



LANDSCAPE BY THE SEA #2, 1986
Oil pastel and mixed media on paper
8 x 16 inches
$1,800


Michael Dailey, ever the subtle composer of color and texture, managed to evoke time and space so evocatively. One can pick out the representation of field, road, billowing cloud, the time of sunset, and the purple sea at that moment of perfection.



Bruce Davidson



Bruce Davidson
COTTON PICKER BEING PAID-GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, 1962
Photograph
11 x 14 inches
$4,300


Richard Diebenkorn


AQUATINT WITH DRYPOINT HALO, 1978
Aquatint and drypoint
35 x 26 inches
Edition AP
Crown Point Press
$8,000



DOMINO I, 1990
Etching and drypoint, 20.75 x 16 inches
Edition of 35
$6,000 framed


Richard Diebenkorn
UNTITLED (R), 1991
1 color lithograph
17.75 x 15
Edition of 75
$4,000



BLACK AND GRAY, 1984
Aquatint and drypoint
35 x 26 inches
Edition of 42
Gemini G.E.L.
SOLD



Marcel Dzama


Marcel Dzama
UNTITLED (masked naked woman with balloon)
Watercolor on paper
14.25 x 11 inches
$3,500


Marcel Dzama
UNTITLED (Boy Hugging Tree), 2000-1
Ink, watercolor, root beer
14 x 11 inches
$4,500






Marcel Dzama
UNTITLED (elephants with tray), 2005
Ink, watercolor, rootbeer
14 X 11 inches
$4,500



Chris Engman


Chris Engman
SAND SQUARES, 2001
Archival inkjet print
19 x 28 inches
Edition of 8
$2,250


Eric Fischl



ERIC FISCHL
BEACH BALLS, 1982
Aquatint
52 x 38.5 inches
Edition of 40
$4,000





ERIC FISCHL
KIDS DIGGING, 1982
Aquatint
38.5 x 52 inches
Edition of 40
$4,000





ERIC FISCHL
UNTITLED (Dog) from FOUR PRINTS, 1989
Aquatint
36.5 x 54 inches
Edition of 100
SOLD




ERIC FISCHL
UNTITLED (Innertube) from FOUR PRINTS, 1989
Aquatint
36.5 x 54 inches
Edition of 100
$2,000



Jane Fisher




Jane Fisher
BON APPETIT, 1987
Oil on canvas
80 x 52 inches
SOLD





Jane Fisher
A BOY AND HIS DOG, 1987
Oil on canvas
68 x 60 inches
SOLD

Helen Frankenthaler





HELEN FRANKENTHALER
CEDAR HILL, 1983
Color woodcut
20.25 x 24.75 inches
Edition of 75
$22,000

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Richard Gilkey



Richard Gilkey
BOWL OF APPLES, 1959
Oil on canvas
24 x 31 inches
SOLD

Morris Graves


Morris Graves
WATERFALL (light), 1943
Tempera on paper
30 x 26 inches
Price on request



Morris Graves
WATERFALL (dark), 1943
Tempera on paper
30 x 26 inches
Price on request

One of a pair of waterfall paintings by Graves, this is the darker, moodier of the two while the other employs a more playful, even electric palette. These were likely painted at The Rock on Fidalgo Island in the middle of WW II, just after Graves' painful experience of filing as a conscientious objector to the war. His application failed and he was jailed briefly.

The previous year, 1942 was the beginning of his spectacular success with his first of 18 shows with Marian Willard Gallery, from whence these paintings come. Also in 1942 Graves exhibited in his first Whitney Annual and in every consecutive Annual from 1942 - 1967.




Morris Graves
UNTITLED (CRANE BODY/CHALICE), date unknown
Pencil on rice paper
19.5 x 13.5 inches
$3,000



Morris Graves
FIVE BIRDS, 1943
Sumi ink on paper
25 x 22 inches
$32,500


In drawings like these from the 1940s, Graves shows his lighter side. These are comical birds, perhaps well known characters from his period of solitude on The Rock. Perhaps stand-ins for city people he knew.




Jane Hammond




BOUND AGAIN, 1993
Graphite, transfers, lino block prints, color Xerox, gouache and acrylic on Japanese papers
36.25 x 32 inches
$8,500



Jane Hammond
FROM THE GOOSE TO THE GIRL, 1999
Iris print with relief printing, pochoir, handcoloring
27 x 26.5 inches
Edition of 25
$7,000



Gaylen Hansen


WOMAN ON TRAPEZE, 1980
Acrylic on canvas
72.5 x 71.5 inches
$19,000


This lighthearted painting features one of Hansen's favorite subjects: the dog at play. Overhead, sailing through the clouds is a striking woman on a rope swing. Hansen's delight at the small wonders of life is his great legacy as subject matter. Our other large Hansen work features his self-portrait as a fly fisher enjoying the fisherman's dream of far too many trout jumping through the air.


FISHERMAN AND FISH, 1992
Oil on canvas
76 x 61 inches
$26,300


Penegrin Honig




PEREGRINE HONIG
UNTITLED (hobby horse), 1999
Watercolor on paper
6.5 x 9 inches
$1,500


Paul Horiuchi


Paul Horiuchi
UNTITLED, circa 1962
Paper collage and gouache on board
9.5 x 9 inches
SOLD



Paul Horiuchi
UNTITLED
Paper collage
24 x 18 inches
$7,500


Jasper Johns


JASPER JOHNS
THE CRITIC SMILES, 1966
Edition of 40
SOLD




Fay Jones



FAY JONES
Tête à Tête, 1984
Acrylic on paper
36.25 x 39 inches
$9,000




Ken Kelly


KEN KELLY
CUSP, 1991
Oil on canvas
16 x 17.5 inches
SOLD

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Roy Lichtenstein



Roy Lichtenstein
INDUSTRY AND THE ARTS (II), 1969
Screenprint
26 x 19 inches
Edition of 250
SOLD

Norman Lundin



MONDRIAN'S STUDIO WITH THE LIGHTS OFF (BLUE PITCHER), 2016
Oil on canvas
44 x 72 inches
SOLD





NORMAN LUNDIN
A GLASS OF WATER, 1994
Pastel on paper
14 x 22 inches
SOLD



NORMAN LUNDIN
STUDIO WINDOW AT NIGHT: JAR NO. 2, 2019
Pastel on paper
9.5 x 12.5 inches
$2,500

The quietude in this composition of an empty jar on a windowsill evokes the very nature of still life by one of the Northwest's masters of the form.


MY STUDIO: WHITE TABLECLOTH, 1983
Pastel on paper
14 x 22 inches
$4,500
The elegant peace featured in this composition of a humble table dressed in a stark white table cloth evokes the most minimal of room interiors by one of the Northwest's masters of this subject matte




NORMAN LUNDIN
STILL LIFE WITH SPRAY BOTTLE, 2001
Acrylic on paper
17.75 x 13.75 inches
$3,000


METAL DOOR #2, 1988
Oil on canvas
48 x 36 inches
$11,000




NORMAN LUNDIN
STUDIO CORRIDOR: BARE BULBS, 1984
pastel on paper
23 x 31 inches
$3,600




STUDIO HALLWAY, 1993
Pastel on paper
44 x 28 inches
$6,000


Sol Lewitt



Sol Lewitt
BLACK BANDS/ TWO DIRECTIONS, 1990
Woodcut on Kizuki Hanga paper
32 x 34 inches
Edition of 75
SOLD

Alden Mason


SOFT GARDEN, 1973
Watercolor and oil pastel on paper
40 x 48 inches
$18,000



WAITING FOR SPRING, 1960-61
Oil on canvas
70 x 43 inches
$24,000




BLUE DOROTHY, 1982
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 inches
SOLD


In this work from the early 1980s, concurrent with his huge murals for the state senate chambers in Olympia, Mason employs his customary high-key colors of acrylic paint. Here his visual reference might be to the vibrant colors and motion of marine life in waves of water. Or the native textiles he saw in trips to Central and South America.





Alden Mason
GREY LANDSCAPE, circa 1970s
Oil pastel on paper
21 x 18 inches
$4,500 framed




Alden Mason
UNTITLED, circa late 1960s
Acrylic and mixed media
18 x 24 inches
$5,500




Alden Mason
PRICKLY PEAR, 1976
Oil pastel on paper
30 x 36 inches
$8,500


GRAB THE SKY MARY, 1991
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 42 inches
$7,500



BOY WITH YELLOW PENIS, 1991
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 42 inches
$6,800


Gene Gentry McMahon



Gene Gentry McMahon
EASY LIVING, 1984
Oil on canvas
53 x 72 inches
$16,000




Peter Millett


SHARD, 2002
Chrome-plated steel
30 x 16 x 10 inches
$11,000





Peter Millett
WEAVE, 1987
Linoleum block print on paper
24 x 30 inches
SOLD



Jeffry Mitchell


Jeffry Mitchell
THE WORD, 1990
Watercolor and ink on paper
28 x 20.5 inches
$4,500



Darrel Morris


Darrel Morris
LOG ROLLING, 2003
Collage, acrylic, ink on paper
6 x 8 inches
$700




Darrel Morris
PRAYER, 2003
Collage, acrylic, ink on paper
8.5 x 5 inches
SOLD



Darrel Morris
SELF-PORTRAIT WITH CAT, 2003
Collage, acrylic, ink on paper
4 x 4 inches
$300

Emily Hall Morse


Emily Hall Morse
CLOUDS, circa early 1980s
Oil on canvas with collage
67 x 45 inches
$1,950


Robert Motherwell


MUSIC FOR LONG POINT (CR 442), 1988
Lithograph with chine colle
22 x 15 inches
Edition of 30
$5,000



MUSIC FOR J.S. BACH (CR 471), 1989
Lithograph with Chine colle
22 x 15 inches
15 x 11.75 x plate inches
Edition of 35
$5,800




Robert Motherwell
UNTITLED (CR 437), 1988
Lithograph and chine applique
22.5 x 28.25
Edition of 50
$4,500






Robert Motherwell
RED WIND from the Octavio Paz Suite (CR 441), 1988
Lithograph, linoleum block print with chine appliqué
22.5 x 28.25 inches
Edition of 50
SOLD

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Frank Okada


FRANK OKADA
INTERMISSION, 1979
Oil on canvas
78 x 68 inches
$18,000

This painting, geometric in nature, is signed by the artist in all four directions.  It's that rare work where the artist felt that all four orientations worked well. I knew Frank to, on rare occasions, vacillate between up and down, or horizontal or vertical.  But this is the only work I know of where all 4 positions are equally workable.  We have hung it every which way at the gallery and they all work.




FRANK OKADA
UNTITLED, circa late 1960s
Sumi ink on paper
22 x 30 inches
$3,800
As perhaps a relief from the more formal, controlled paintings for which he became known, Okada experimented with traditional sumi ink and a gestural paint stroke. This work may be a study for one of those paintings in the breakdown of spaces and forms.



Deborah Oropallo


Deborah Oropallo
BLUEGIRL, 2007
Pigment print on paper
60 x 40 inches
Edition of 10
$10,000


In this witty composition, Oropallo creates a seamless mashup of Thomas Gainsborough's "Blue Boy" with imagery she found on the internet for stripper and lingerie sites. Clearly, the figure is a fetching combination of dream and nightmare.




Gertrude Pacific


Gertrude Pacific
SNOW OWL PARKING METER, 1977
Photo-lithograph
33.5 x 23.75 inches
SOLD

Robert Rauschenberg


UNTITLED (BROKEN HARP), 1989
Silkscreen
38 x 34 inches
Edition of 500
$2,200


Roger Shimomura


Roger Shimomura
ORIENTAL MASTERPRINT #25, 1976
Silkscreen
23.75 x 23.75 inches
Edition of 20
$1,000



Kiki Smith



CONSTELLATIONS, 1996
Lithograph in 4 colors with flocking on handmade Nepal Himalyan
57.5 x 31 inches
Edition of 42
$8,500


Michael Spafford


PERSEUS AND MEDUSA, 1994
Altered woodblock print
26 x 19.5 inches
HOLD


HERCULES (labor #1), 1973
Oil on paper
29.25 x 23.25 inches
$5,000


HERCULES (labor #10), 1973
Oil on paper
29.25 x 23.25 inches
$5,000



Donald Sultan



DONALD SULTAN
STILL LIFE WITH PEACH, 1987
Color screenprint
23 x 22 inches
Edition of 100
$2,000



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Mark Tobey


MARK TOBEY
FIORINI SCULPS, 1961
Etching
20 x 12.5 inches
Edition of 50
SOLD



George Tsutakawa


GEORGE TSUTAKAWA
TITLE UNKNOWN, 1957
Watercolor on rice paper mounted on board
26 x 17 inches
SOLD



Gerard Tsutakawa


GERARD TSUTAKAWA
UNTITLED, 2011
Cast bronze
12.5 x 12 x 3 inches
$8,000



James Washington Jr.


BIRDS IN THE CATACOMB, 1972
Carved granite with wood base
7.25 x 20 x 7 inches
$16,000


This small work is a sweet image of three hatchlings just liberated from their eggs.

The suggestion of catacombs is one of Washington's many references to religious subject matter. Like all of his work, it's carved bas-relief into very hard stone, in this case granite. The title is carved into the original wood base.

As is typical of Washington's work, this bas-relief is carved into extremely hard and unforgiving stone. The combination of nature and religion expressed in the title is evocative and satisfying.



James Washington Jr.
LIFE SURROUNDING THE ASTRAL ALTAR IN MATRIX, 1987
Carved granite on walnut pedestal
22 x 13 x 12 inches sculpture;
60 x 21 x 21 inches including pedestal
$50,000


Additional images of: James Washington Jr., LIFE SURROUNDING THE ASTRAL ALTAR IN MATRIX, 1987









John Waters


FARRAH, 2000
8 chromogenic prints, collage
16.25 x 96.25 inches
Edition of 8
$9,000



WICKED GLINDA, 2003
Chromogenic color print
22.5 x 30.5 inches
$3,000


John Waters, the famed film director and artist, has often made work about this cinema. His sense of humor is equal parts acid and tonic. Here he glorifies well known film characters in witty reference to each other.

Darren Waterston


Darren Waterston
EMBRYO STUDY, 2003
Watercolor on paper
16 x 12
$4,000




Darren Waterston
GESTATIONS 5, 2003
Watercolor on paper
16 x 12 inches
$5,000




Bouquet No.2, 1997
Watercolor on paper
9 x 12 inches
SOLD




UNTITLED (leaves and circular dots), 2002
Watercolor on paper
7 x 5 inches
$1,300 framed



Dan Webb


Dan Webb
UNTITLED (hand tools)
Balsa wood
SOLD

William Wegman


William Wegman
WITH AFGHAN, 1982
Polaroid Polacolor ER print
30 x 22 inches
$9,500


In these rare large scale Polaroid prints, Wegman achieved his greatest visibility—both as an artist and for these lovely Weimaraner dogs he has loved so much and featured for many years in his work. The need to perform is a perfect match for this artist with a profoundly funny sense of humor.


William Wegman
MEMBERS CLUB, 1996
Polaroid Polacolor ER
30 x 22 inches
$9,500





William Wegman
CINDERELLA / PRINCE PORTRAIT, 1991
Polaroid Polacolor ER print
30 x 22 inches
$9,500




William Wegman
STRING OUT, 1990
Polaroid Polacolor ER
30 x 22 inches
$9,500




William Wegman
GRAY VEIL, 1992
Polaroid Polacolor ER print
24 x 20 inches
$9,500