Picasso linoleum cut, $102,000, Swann Gall
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A 1962 color linoleum cut by Pablo Picasso, titled Tete de Femme (Portrait de Jacqueline de Face II) sold for $102,000 at a sale of 19th and 20th Century Prints and Drawings held Sept. 21 by Swann Galleries in New York. Also, Amedeo Modigliani’s pencil drawing of avant-garde Paris artist Gaston Longchamp (circa 1914) realized $38,400; Grant Wood’s 1939 lithograph depiction of an outdoor male bather, Sultry Night, hit $36,000; and James A.M. Whistler’s 1875-76 drypoint The Boy made $26,400. Prices include a 20 percent buyer’s premium.