Evelyn Aimis Fine Art

3780 NE 199th Terrace
FL 33180 Miami
United States
Phone : 305.792.0300
Mobile Ph. : 561.289.1233
Email : fineart@evelynaimis.com
URL : www.evelynaimis.com

Ontario M5R 3M9 Toronto
Canada
Email : fineart@evelynaimis.com

Evelyn Aimis   (Principal/Owner)
Yuki Tavera   (Director)

About

Evelyn Aimis Fine Art has earned a worldwide reputation as an International Fine Art Dealers specializing in 20th Century Modern & Contemporary Art since 1973. Currently located in Toronto and Miami, they have owned and operated public and private galleries in Toronto, New York, and Boca Raton and have exhibited in international art fairs including Toronto, Paris, Madrid, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Chicago, Palm Beach, and many others. They are known as trusted art advisors for both private and commercial art collections worldwide.



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Doug Aitken "Jungle Plane" (2017)

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Kenneth Noland "Inscribe" (1984)
Exhibited:
Kenneth Noland: Major Works, R. H. Love Modern, Chicago, May 3- Jun. 21, 1986; traveled to The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, Jul. 20- Aug. 31, 1986; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN, Nov. 9, 1986 - Jan. 4, 1987; Loch Haven Art Museum, Orlando, Mar. 15- May 3, 1987

Literature:
Kenneth Noland: Major Works, R.H. Love Modern, Love, Richard H., Haase-Mumm Publishing, Chicago, 1986, color illus. p.31

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Nick Cave "Soundsuit" (2011)

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Lynn Chadwick "Part B of Maquette for Watchers, Version II" (1964)
Literature
P. Levine & N. Koster, Lynn Chadwick: The Sculptor and His World: The Artist and His Work, Leiden, 1988 (another cast illustrated p. 84). D. Farr & E. Chadwick, Lynn Chadwick Sculptor, with a Complete Illustrated Catalogue 1947-2003, Aldershot, 2014, no. 423 (another cast illustrated p. 217)

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Lynn Chadwick "Standing Figure" (1981)
Literature
C75B, p. 386 "Lynn Chadwick - Sculptor" catalogue raisonee, Dennis Farr and Eva Chadwick, Lund Humphries, 2006

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Christo Javacheff "Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida" (1993)

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Christo Javacheff "The Ponte Sant'Angelo, Wrapped, Project for Rome" (2011)

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Christo Javacheff "Wrapped Bridge, Project for Pont Alexandre III, Paris" (1977)

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Eric Fischl "Untitled" (2001)

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Robert Mangold "Frames and Ellipses A, B & C" (1989)

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Henri Matisse "Portrait of Emma" (1916)
This drawing comes accompanied by a letter from the son of the artist, Pierre Matisse. The authenticity of this work has also kindly been confirmed by Mme. Wanda de Guébriant

Literature
Waldemar, George. Dessins de Henri-Matisse. Paris 1925. No. 24, illustrated n.p.

Note
During World War I, Matisse has no access to professional models. Led by his interest in music, Matisse took to making portraits of local musicians, including Juan Massia, a violinist, and Carlos Olivares, a cellist. The present work is one of a series of drawings of Emma Laforge, a Parisian violinist. Monotypes of this same sitter are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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Henry Moore "Mother and Child: Chair" (1981)
Literature
A. Bowness, ed, Henry Moore: Complete Sculpture,1980-1986, London, 1988, vol. 6., p. 44, no. 840 (another cast illustrated)

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Henry Moore "Reclining Figure: Stiff Leg" (1977)
Literature
Henry Moore: Sculpture and Drawings, Vol. 5, edited by Alan Bowness, no. 721, page 34-35, Plate 123

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Robert Motherwell "Open Study in Tobacco Brown" (1971)

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Robert Motherwell "Art 1981, Chicago Print" (1981)

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Robert Motherwell "Burning Sun" (1985)

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Joan Miró "Femme Chien" (1970)
Literature
Jacques Dupin, Miró escultor, Barcelona, 1973, illustration of another cast pp. 100-101
Alain Jouffroy & Joan Teixidor, Miró Sculptures, Paris, 1974, no. 155, illustration of another cast
p. 111, Fundació Joan Miró, Obra de Joan Miró. Pintura, escultura i sobreteixims a la collección
de la Fundació, Barcelona, 1979, no. 310, illustration of another cast p. 172
Emilio Fernandez Miró, Joan Miró, Sculptures. Catalogue raisonné 1928-1982, 2006, no. 179,
illustrations of another cast p. 181

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Vik Muniz "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, after Pablo Picasso, from Gordian Puzzles series" (2009)

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Pablo Picasso "Ecce Homo, after Rembrandt, from Series 156" (1970)

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Robert Rauschenberg "Scheme" (1978)

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Robert Rauschenberg "Bellini No. V" (1989)

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Milly Ristvedt "Beach Colours" (1988)

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Milly Ristvedt Red Finish (1981)

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James Rosenquist "Crosshatch and Mutations" (1986)

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James Rosenquist "Horse Blinders (East)" (1972)

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Richard Serra "Paths & Edges #4" (2007)

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Frank Stella "Dadap" (2002)

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Frank Stella "Polar Coordinates III" (1980)

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Frank Stella "Shards 1" (1982)

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Andy Warhol "Fashion (Torso of Paola Dominguín with Frilled Jacket)" c. 1982-1983
Letter of Confirmation from Grace Marston (Gallery Educator at Warhol Museum, Pittsburg, PA 2017)

Two similar paintings in the Andy Warhol Museum Collection, Pittsburg, PA (same Series)

Similar painting in the Collection of Galerie Adriano Ribolzi of Monaco

Description
Paola Dominguín is a Spanish model, dancer, actress, and fashion designer. She is the daughter of the bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguínand the Italian actress Lucia Bosè. Her brother is the singer Miguel Bose and Pablo Picasso is her godfather. In 1983, Andy Warhol collaborated with her brother Miguel Bose on several projects.
The blouse depicted was designed by Carolina Herrera in the 1970s, who was a close family friend of Andy Warhol. Herrera’s company has been based in New York City since 1980. Carolina Herrera is well-known both for her dramatic style and particular attention to well-designed sleeves.

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Andy Warhol "Rod Stewart" (c. 1978)

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Andy Warhol "Kiku" (1983)

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About the Artist

Chromogenic transparency and acrylic mounted on aluminium and LED lightbox
Edition 2 of 4 (+ 2AP)
Printed with the artist's name and signed with the artist's initials on a plaque affixed to verso
46 1/8 x 115 1/8 x 7 1/8 in. (117 x 292.3 x 18 cm.)

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Victoria Miro, London
Private Collection, Miami


Acrylic on shaped canvas
Signed, dated, and numbered "Kenneth Noland 1984/8432'", inscribed as titled on verso, numbered "84-32" on the stretcher
91 x 82 1/2 in. (231.1 x 209.5 cm.)

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Richard H. Love Gallery, Chicago
Galerie Don Stewart, Montreal
Private Collection, Miami


Buttons, wire, bugle beads, basket, upholstery, and mannequin
89 x 27 x 27 in. (226.06 x 68.58 x 68.58 cm.)

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Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Private Collection, US


Bronze with black patina (1 of 3)
Edition 1 of 4
Signed, inscribed, anf numbered 'L. Chadwick 523B 1/4' (on the leg)
Height: 12 15/16 in. (32.86 cm.)

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Charles P. Thierot Collection, San Francisco
Private Collection, US


Bronze
Edition 1 of 9, signed
31 x 8.75 x 7 in. (78.74 x 22.23 x 17.78 cm.)

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Axquired by present owner directly from the artist, 2008
Private Collection, US


Series of 4 dye-transfer photographs on paper each ink signed by Christo & Wolfgang Volz, and each numbered 53/100
Sheet(s): 23.5 x 19.5 in. (58.5 x 49.5 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Screenprint in colors with collage of fabric and twine, with felt-pen and pencil additions, and semi-transparent polyester-foil with masking tape, on wove paper mounted to card, Edition of 160, Signed
Sheet: 25 x 28 3/8 in. (63.5 x 72.07 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Color lithograph collage with photograph on paper
Printed proof 4 of 4 (from an Edition of 66)
Signed and inscribed in pencil
Sheet: 27.6 x 21.9 in. (70.1 x 55.6 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Watercolor on paper
Signed and dated
Sheet: 59.5 x 40.5 in. (51.13 x 102.87 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Three etchings and aquatints in colors on paper
Edition 18 of 50, each signed and numbered
Publisher: Parasol Press, New York
Sheet: 22.25 x 29.75 in. (56.52 x 75. 56 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Pencil on paper
Stamped ‘H. Matisse’ (lower right)
Sheet: 17 1/4 x 11 1/8 in. (43.8 x 29.3 cm.)
Frame: 29 x 23 in. (73.66 x 58.42 cm.)

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Provenance
Pierre Matisse
Robert Miller Galleries, Inc., New York, Original Label on recto
Acquired from the above


Bronze with brown patina
Signed 'Moore' on top of the base, numbered and stamped with foundry mark 'H. NOACK BERLIN 2/9' on the back of base,
10 .75 × 5 × 5 in. (27.3 × 12.7 × 12.7 cm.)


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Lillian Heidenberg Fine Art, New York
Private Collection, Miami


Bronze
Edition 2 of 9, signed
L.H. Vol. 5 #721
Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm.)

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Private Collection, Venezuela
Elrick-Manley Fine Art
Private Collection, US


Acrylic and charcoal on canvas
Initialed "RM" top left recto
20 x 30 in. (50.8 x 76.6 cm.)

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The Dedalus Foundation, New York
M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., New York, NY
Jerarld Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina
Private Collection, Toronto


Color lithograph on Arches Cover paper
Edition of 150, signed and no. in pencil, lower right
Printed by Tyler Graphics, Ltd., Bedford, with blindstamp (lower right)
Commissioned by Lakeside Group for the Art 1981 Chicago, art exposition (Belknap 249)
Sheet: 34 x 35 in. (86.36 x 8.9 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Lithograph printed in red and black on wove paper
Signed in pencil and inscribed ‘trial”, aside from Edition of 25 +10 A.P
Publisher: Tyler Graphics Ltd., Mount Kisco, New York with their blindstamp
Sheet: 47 3/8 x 33 1/2 in, (120.33 x 85.09 cm.)

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Private Collection, UIS


Bronze, signed in the mold
Incribed Miró , numbered 2/2 and with foundry mark
Foundry: Parellada, Barcelona, Spain
26 x 13 in. (66.04 x 33.02 cm.)

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Provenance
Gallery Maeght, Paris
Satani Gallery, Tokyo
Evelyn Aimis Fine Art, Miami/Toronto


Digital C-print
AP 1 of 4 (Edition of 6 + 4AP)
Signed, numbered and dated on label, verso
49 X 47 in. (124.46 X 119.38 cm.)

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Xippas Gallery, Geneva
Private Collection, US


Aquatint, etching, scraper and drypoint on wove paper, stamp-signed and numbered in pencil 13/50, published by Edition Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris, printed by Aldo Crommelynck, Paris, with full margins, (Bloch 1865; Baer 1870)
Image: 19 1/2 x 16 in. (49.5 x 40.6cm.)
Sheet 26 3/4 x 22 1/4 in. (67.9 x 56.5cm.)

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Pace Editions Inc., New York
Adolph and Phyllis Green collection, New York
Private Collection, US


Solvent transfer and fabric collage on paper
Signed and dated 'RAUSCHENBERG 78' (lower left)
30 x 22.5 in. (76.2 x 64.7 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Etching in colors on Arches paper, full sheet
Signed, dated, and numbered 6/50 in pencil (+9 A.P.)
Published by ULAE, West Islip, NY (with their blindstamp)
Sheet: 59 x 38.25 in. (149.9 x 97.2 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Acrylic on canvas
48.25 x 60 in. (122.56 x 152.4 cm.)

Acrylic on canvas
30 x 72 in. (76.2 x 182.9 cm.)

Monoprint with lithograph collage printed in colors on Arches Cover paper with the
collage elements on Arches 88 paper
Edition of 29, signed, dated, titled, and numbered in pencil
Publisher: Graphicstudio/U.S.F., Tampa, FL, with their blindstamp
Reference # Glenn 207
Sheet: 42.25 x 51.25 in. (107.32 x 130.25 cm.)
Frame: 49.25 x 58.25 x 2.25 in. (125.1 x 147.85 x 5.7 cm.)

Color lithograph and screenprint with pressure-sensitive,
bright silver foil on white wove Arches custom milled paper
Artist's proof, aside from Edition of 85
Signed, titled, dated and inscribed "Color trial proof 4/4" in pencil, lower margin
Printer: Styria Studio, Inc., New York
Co-publishers: Multiples, Inc., & Castelli Graphics, New York, Ref # Glenn 60
Sheet: 36 x 64 inches, full margins

1-Color Etching on Paper
Edition of 60 (RS07-3416)
Signed and numbered on verso
21.5 x 38.5 inches

Stainless steel and aluminum
66.5 x 64.5 x 25 in. (168.9 x 163.8 x 63.5 cm.)

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Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Private Collection, US


Color lithograph and color silkscreen on card
Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil
A.P. 20/20 (Edition of 100 + 20 AP)
Published by Edition Petersburg Press, New York (Axsom 121)
Sheet: 38.5 x 37.9 in. (97.8 x 96.5 cm.)

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Private Collection, US


Lithograph and screenprint in colors on Arches paper, the full sheet
Signed in pencil, dated and numbered 56/100 (+20 APs)
Published and printed by Petersburg Press, New York, (A. 144)
Sheet 45.25 x 40 in. (114.8 x 101.5 cm.)

Acrylic and silkscreen on canvas
Signature on reverse
20 x 32 in, (50.8 x 81.28 cm.)

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The Artist (Andy Warhol/The Factory)
Private collection, Miami/Toronto (acquired directly from above circa 1980s)
Private collection, USA (acquired from above)
Private collection, Miami/Toronto (Original collector who purchased from the Factory, reacquired from above)


Graphite on HMP paper
31 x 24 in. (78.74 x 60.96 cm.)

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The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York
Private Collection, US


Screenprint in colors on BFK Rives wove paper
A.P. 1/30 (+ Edition of 300)
Signed, inscribed and numbered in pencil
Printer Rupert Jasen Smith, New York and Ryoichi Ishida, Tokyo, with the blindstamp of the latter, also with the publisher's blindstamp, Gendai Hanga Center, Tokyo, and with the artist's 1983 copyright inkstamp verso
Sheet: 19.6 x 26 in. (49.78 x 66.04 cm.)