CHICAGO — A 128-lot collection of mainly modern and contemporary art prints are ready for acquisition and installation in any fashionable home or office environment at Hindman December 14. The Prints & Multiples sale is now available for bidding at LiveAuctioneers.

Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) was a visual and installation artist whose work remains forever defined by his fascination with shapes, angles and colors. Hindman’s sale has three LeWitt items, including two lots entitled Arcs and Bands in Color, screen prints signed and numbered 40/50 from 1999 ($2,000-$3,000) (Lot 1, Lot 2).

Like many of her generation, Alice Neel (1900-1984) did not gain fame or attention for her work until later years, largely because of her intense focus on visual portraiture that did not fit the molds of contemporary art theory. Her colorful life took her from a childhood in Pennsylvania to marrying a Cuban national and living in Havana, to losing an infant child to illness, all infusing her works through the remainder of her life. This lithographed signed, dated and numbered 91/175, Bather With Red Hat from 1982, was created just prior to her death in 1984 and is classic Neel: young girl, penetrating glare, colorful design and emphasis on the viewer. It is estimated at $3,000-$5,000.

England’s Sybil Andrews (1898-1992) favored linocuts as her preferred medium, owing to its low cost and ease of design. She has three works in the sale, topped by The New Cable, a 1931 depiction of a crew deploying a reel of steel cable for some industrial purpose. The style is very of the period and reminiscent of WPA artworks by Americans. The linocut print is signed, titled, inscribed ‘Second State,’ and numbered 13/60. It carries a presale estimate of $15,000-$20,000.

The sale’s top lot is an Andy Warhol (1928-1987) screenprint of Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones from 1975, signed and dated by both Jagger and Warhol and numbered 31/250. From the collection of a private individual, the lot is estimated at $80,000-$120,000.