Gary Lichtenstein Editions comprise prints sale July 31

Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Carole Feuerman, ‘Multicolored Swim Cap,’ printing date: 2014, silkscreen on two-ply Rising Museum Board, 38in x 3in, Gary Lichtenstein Editions, an edition of 10, signed and numbered by the artist. Estimate £722-£2,247/$890-$3,030. Jasper52 image

NEW YORK – Gary Lichtenstein Editions is a publisher and printer of fine art silkscreen editions and multiples. Over the course of his 45-year career, Gary Lichtenstein has published a wide range of silkscreen editions and multiples with dozens of artists. In 2010, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Conn., unveiled “Gary Lichtenstein: 35 Years of Screenprinting,” a sweeping exhibition of works produced by Lichtenstein over the course of his career. Jasper52 will present a 59-lot sampling of his company’s output in an online auction to be held Wednesday, July 31.  Bid absentee or live online exclusively through LiveAuctioneers.

Carole Feuerman is one of the world’s foremost hyperrealist sculptors. Her resin, bronze and marble sculptures of swimmers and bathers evoke notions of tranquility and serenity. Feuerman’s life-like works are nearly indistinguishable from the subjects that inspire them. Her newest silkscreen edition is a testament to the same sense of realism. Soft and subtle blends of color support the tactile qualities of her bathing caps. Three of her swim cap prints (above) are offered in the auction, each signed and numbered by the artist.

Londoner Janette Beckman began her career at the dawn of punk rock working for The Face and Melody Maker. She shot bands from The Clash to Boy George, as well as three Police album covers. Moving to New York in 1982, Beckman was drawn to the underground hip hop scene. Her photographs of pioneers such as Run DMC, Slick Rick, Salt ’n’ Pepa, Grandmaster Flash and Big Daddy Kane, are in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Museum and the Museum of the City of New York.

Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Janette Beckman, ‘Salt ‘N’ Pepa,’ New York City, 1987, printing date: 2017, silkscreen on 290 gram Coventry Rag paper, 11in x 14in, Gary Lichtenstein Editions, signed and numbered by the artist. Estimate: £201-£401/$250-$500. Jasper52 image

Best known in the street art movement for his ubiquitous and iconic flower image, artist Michael De Feo has been creating works on the streets for nearly 25 years in more than 60 cities. His work has appeared in numerous international galleries and museums. His recent exhibitions have been at the Garage in Amsterdam, Danziger Gallery in New York and a site-specific installation at Rice Gallery in Houston.

Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Michael De Feo, ‘Flower (Green),’ printing date: 2009, silkscreen on blue print, 22in x 44in,
Gary Lichtenstein Editions, signed and numbered by the artist. Estimate £1,003-£2,006/$1,240-$2,480. Jasper52 image

Nola Zirin is a New York native and maintains a studio in Long Island City, New York. She received a bachelor’s degree from New York University, where she studied painting with Milton Resnick and George Ortman. She also studied printmaking with Bob Blackburn and Donn Steward. Her work has been shown in many one person and group shows throughout the United States and abroad, most recently with her eighth solo exhibition at June Kelly Gallery in New York City. She is represented in numerous public and corporate collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Nola Zirin, ‘Stripes,’ printing date: 2019, silkscreen on 320 gram Coventry Rag paper, 24in x 28in, Gary Lichtenstein Editions, signed and numbered by the artist. Estimate £602-£1,204/$750-$1,490. Jasper52 image

Irwin Hasen (1918-2015) was a cartoonist and comic-book artist who drew, and helped create, Dondi, the widely syndicated comic strip about a lovable, wide-eyed World War II orphan. Dondi, which was conceived and originally written by Gus Edson and illustrated by Hasen, won the hearts of generations of Americans. It ran from 1955 through 1986, and at its peak appeared in more than 100 newspapers. In the 1940s he became a comic-book artist, contributing to the adventures of the Flash, the Green Lantern, the Green Hornet and others, as well as an adaptation of the radio and television series The Goldbergs.

Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Irwin Hasen, ‘Canvas of Crime,’ printing date: 2005, silkscreen on 320 gram Coventry Rag paper, 18in x 24in, Gary Lichtenstein Editions, signed and numbered by the artist. Estimate: £161-£602/$200-$750. Jasper52 image

Additional artists’ works appearing in the Jasper52 auction of Affordable, Contemporary Silkscreen Prints include Eric Orr, Charles Hinman, Phil Smith, Jay Batlle, Shelter Serra, Rebecca Miller, Jason Newsted, Amir Akhavan, Rich Meier, Roz Chast, Yigal Ozeri and Gary Lichtenstein, himself.