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Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Pencil Sketch

Lot 0150 Details

Description
Black pencil drawing on wove paper, standing woman, signed* (Egon Schiele, 1890-1918) and dated. 11 x 4 3/4 inches. Very good condition. Unframed for inspection and post-auction shipping.

Provenance: Joseph Cohn, Beverly Hills, CA; Richard Bertine (Richard Bertine Fine Arts), Beverly Hills, CA; acquired by the consignor's family from the latter

[Joseph Judson "J.J." Cohn was one of the five men who built Metro Goldwyn Mayer. He died in 1996 at his home in Beverly Hills. Cohn was 100 years old. Both Joseph Cohn and Richard Bertine were acquainted with the consignor's family.]

THIS LOT IS BEING OFFERED WITH NO RESERVE

*Preston Hall Gallery has not had this lot examined by an expert to determine its authenticity. The lot description and the lot title are for identification purposes only and do not constitute an attribution. Preston Hall Gallery is not an authority on works by this artist. The style, subject matter, and signature seem correct in our opinion although our assessment may not be accurate. Some works sold by Preston Hall Gallery have subsequently been authenticated and resold by major auction houses worldwide; however, we cannot guarantee the same outcome for the present lot. There are risks associated with buying unauthenticated works of art. The value and marketability of this work could be positively or negatively affected by an expert's examination and opinion. Such opinions can vary, and some opinions may not be favorable. For additional information regarding works of art, please see "Authentication and Provenance of Fine Art," following Section 27 in our Terms & Conditions of Sale (as found on Live Auctioneers) before placing your bid. No additional information regarding this lot's provenance is available nor will any be provided after the sale. Unless stated otherwise in the lot description, the provenance for this lot may not have been verified and could contain factual inaccuracies or omissions that could impact the value of the artwork. This lot is not guaranteed nor is its provenance. It may not be returned. [Copyright 2018 Preston Hall Gallery].

BY PLACING A BID, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY OUR TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE AND TO THE DISCLAIMER THAT ACCOMPANIES THIS LOT. If you do not agree with our Terms & Conditions of Sale or with the lot's disclaimer, you should not bid.
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Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Pencil Sketch

Estimate $1,200 - $1,500
Dec 17, 2018
Starting Price $300
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0150: Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Pencil Sketch

Sold for $375
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Est. $1,200 - $1,500Starting Price $300
Mon, Dec 17, 2018 1:00 PM EST
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Lot 0150 Details

Description
...
Black pencil drawing on wove paper, standing woman, signed* (Egon Schiele, 1890-1918) and dated. 11 x 4 3/4 inches. Very good condition. Unframed for inspection and post-auction shipping.

Provenance: Joseph Cohn, Beverly Hills, CA; Richard Bertine (Richard Bertine Fine Arts), Beverly Hills, CA; acquired by the consignor's family from the latter

[Joseph Judson "J.J." Cohn was one of the five men who built Metro Goldwyn Mayer. He died in 1996 at his home in Beverly Hills. Cohn was 100 years old. Both Joseph Cohn and Richard Bertine were acquainted with the consignor's family.]

THIS LOT IS BEING OFFERED WITH NO RESERVE

*Preston Hall Gallery has not had this lot examined by an expert to determine its authenticity. The lot description and the lot title are for identification purposes only and do not constitute an attribution. Preston Hall Gallery is not an authority on works by this artist. The style, subject matter, and signature seem correct in our opinion although our assessment may not be accurate. Some works sold by Preston Hall Gallery have subsequently been authenticated and resold by major auction houses worldwide; however, we cannot guarantee the same outcome for the present lot. There are risks associated with buying unauthenticated works of art. The value and marketability of this work could be positively or negatively affected by an expert's examination and opinion. Such opinions can vary, and some opinions may not be favorable. For additional information regarding works of art, please see "Authentication and Provenance of Fine Art," following Section 27 in our Terms & Conditions of Sale (as found on Live Auctioneers) before placing your bid. No additional information regarding this lot's provenance is available nor will any be provided after the sale. Unless stated otherwise in the lot description, the provenance for this lot may not have been verified and could contain factual inaccuracies or omissions that could impact the value of the artwork. This lot is not guaranteed nor is its provenance. It may not be returned. [Copyright 2018 Preston Hall Gallery].

BY PLACING A BID, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY OUR TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE AND TO THE DISCLAIMER THAT ACCOMPANIES THIS LOT. If you do not agree with our Terms & Conditions of Sale or with the lot's disclaimer, you should not bid.

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