Autographs from people credited in 2005 Imagine
PHILIP C. JOHNSON - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH 1/1984 - HFSID 221433PHILIP JOHNSON Inscribed the year his postmodern AT&T Building was completed. Photograph inscribed and signed: "to Ellen Bechtle/best wishes/Philip Johnson/Jaunary 1984". B/w, 8x10. Johnson (1907-2005) made his first mark on the architectural world with the glass home he built for himself in 1949.
Sale Price $198.00
PHILIP C. JOHNSON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 5/1984 - HFSID 186210PHILIP JOHNSON. Photograph signed: "Philip Johnson/May 1984". B/w, 8x10. Johnson (1907-2005) made his first mark on the architectural world with the glass home he built for himself in 1949.
Sale Price $198.00
PHILIP C. JOHNSON - INSCRIBED MAGAZINE COVER SIGNED 4/1985 - HFSID 263655PHILIP JOHNSON. Magazine Cover inscribed and signed: "To Gary Belk/Philip Johnson/April 1985". Color, 8¼x11. Complete copy of "Time" magazine, 1979 January 8, 80p. Covers story: "U.S. Architects: Doing Their Own Thing.
Sale Price $216.00
DIEGO RIVERA - COLLECTION WITH PAULETTE GODDARD - HFSID 288352The famed Mexican artist sells his painting "Calla Lillies" to the actress. This collection includes the original invoice, signed twice by Rivera, and a customs document also signed by him, as well as two pieces signed by Goddard, who experiences frustrating delays and damages to the painting as it transits US customs. Some of this archive references Charlie Chaplin, from whom Goddard was getting divorced. Rivera and Goddard may have numbered each other among their many romances.
Sale Price $3,230.00
DIEGO RIVERA - DOCUMENT SIGNED 08/26/1956 - HFSID 217550DIEGO RIVERA The worldwide famous Mexican muralist signs this document in which he certifies the authenticity of one his mural "Remando en la Caceria", in blue ink Document Signed: "Diego Rivera" in blue ink. One page. 8¼x11. Place:Mexico City. Date: August 28, 1956.
Sale Price $1,020.00
DIEGO RIVERA - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 12/05/1929 - HFSID 251553The worldwide famous Mexican muralist signs this typed letter in which he refers Roberto de la Selva who had just arrived from New York to Mexico City with the purpose of manufacturing Mexican style dresses for the U.S. market, signed in black ink
Sale Price $1,360.00