Skip to content

Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare

Gallery description

Based in Brooklyn, NY, Fournier Fine & Rare is an independent dealer of prints, photographs, books, serials, manuscripts, and archives in all fields and genres. The firm specializes in primary source materials related to the transformative cultural movements of the late 20th century, modern conflicts, disruptive technologies, music and the visual arts. Mr. Fournier is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). He participates regularly in conferences hosted by the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS) of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA). He is a qualified appraiser of fine prints, photographs, rare books, ephemera, and manuscripts who works in accordance with 2020-21 USPAP guidelines. Open by appointment only, during COVID-19 Fournier Fine & Rare is happy to make curbside deliveries of purchases in New York City, and can arrange shipment at the customer’s request, worldwide.

Contact: Arthur Fournier, owner
Email     |     Website     |     Phone: 917-749-9431

Artwork

Thumb-Show

Thumb-Show Thumbnails

Get Ready : Periodico Fatto a Mano. Nos. 0 (1972) through 4 (1972) (all published).
Marcello Baraghini, editor, 1972

A complete run of editor Marcello Baraghini's psychedelic arts, music, politics and underground culture magazine, illustrated throughout, printed in various colors, with several multi-panel foldouts
Five issues, ca. 20-36 pp. each. Tall, narrow folio. Very good overall, no. 0 with an old central fold. Illus. stiff wraps, nos. 0 & 1 formed in the shape of a marijuana cigarette.
Unknown edition size
$2,500

Published by Casa Editrice Lo Spinello, Milan

INQUIRE

Collection of Mexican Tennis Posters and Placards
Illustrators unknown, 1948-1956

Seven (7) posters, including five richly inked silkscreens and two vividly colored lithographs printed on a variety of materials ranging from thin commercial poster paper to heavy cardboard stock.
Sizes vary, Most 17 x 21 inches or smaller
Unknown edition size
$2,000

Published by N.p., Mexico City

INQUIRE

1863-1963 100 Yıl İnsanlık Hizmetinde
Unknown, N.d. [ca. 1963]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on commercial stock.
Approx. 39 x 27.5 inches
Unknown edition size
$1,200

Istanbul, Turkey. Kiral Matbaasi

INQUIRE

Gary Panter
Gary Panter (s/t), 1983

Unpaginated [20 pp.] silkscreen artist’s book with four-panel printed wrapper
Approx. 8.5 x 11.75 in.
Edition of 150
$750

Published by CBO Editions, Liancourt, France

INQUIRE

Gary Panter (Inside view)
Gary Panter (s/t), 1983

Unpaginated [20 pp.] silkscreen artist’s book with four-panel printed wrapper
Approx. 8.5 x 11.75 in.
Edition of 150
$750

Published by CBO Editions, Liancourt, France

INQUIRE

Juegos Deportivos Nacionales de la Revolucion
Manuel De La Vega, N.d. [ca. 1941]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on commercial stock.
Approx. 37 x 27.25 inches
Unknown edition size
$1,500

Mexico City. El Cromo

INQUIRE

Talking Heads Speaking in Tongues
Robert Rauschenberg, 1983

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on heavy stock.
Approx. 22 x 34 in.
Unknown edition size
$900

New York City. Printed initials “R.R.” at bottom right along with "copyright by Robert Rauschenberg."

INQUIRE

Punk Art
Printmaker unknown [“Diego Cortez, John Holmstrom, M. Henry Jones, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ruth Marten, Miller-Ringma-Hoppe, Pat Place, Screaming Mad George, Arturo Vega, and more…”], N.d. [ca. 1978]

Illustrated poster, silkscreened in heavy black ink on good paper
Sheet is 26 x 20 in ; image is 18.5 x 13 inches
50 or fewer copies are known to have been printed
$800

New York City. School of Visual Arts.

INQUIRE

When Women Become Massively Political The Revolution Will have Moved to a New Level
Peg Averill, N.d. [ca. 1974]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on commercial stock.
Approx. 18.5 x 17 inches
Unknown edition size
$350

New York City. The Guardian.

INQUIRE

Contra Cocaine / Contra Diction. [Collection of six (6) political street art posters.]
Robbie Conal, N.d. [ca. 1988]

Illustrated posters, lithographically printed in color on coated commercial stock.
Most approx. 31.5 x 24 in.
Edition size unknown (original street art versions, first printings.)
$900

Los Angeles and New York City. Printed by the artist.

INQUIRE

The Mountain Moving Day is Coming
Women's Graphics Collective, N.d. [ca. 1972]

Illustrated poster, silkscreen on uncoated stock.
Approx. 23.5 x 17 inches
Edition size unknown
$650

Chicago, Ill. Liberation Graphics.

INQUIRE

57 Collages
Kurt Schwitters, 1956

Illustrated poster with exhibition title and informational texts boldly silkscreened in red ink across a photolithographic facsimile of The New York Times classified ads page W27, dated September 9, 1956,
executed on actual newsprint.
Exhibition checklist printed on verso.
Approx. 22.5 x 15 in.
Edition size unknown
$1,800

INQUIRE

Forbidden Actions - The Men Cooperate
Carolee Schneemann, 1979

Photo-screenprint on fine paper, signed and dated in pencil.
Sheet is approx. 42 x 30 in ; image is approx. 32 x 21 in.
hand numbered “237/250”
$1,250

New York City. Printed by Heinrici.

INQUIRE

Get Ready : Periodico Fatto a Mano. Nos. 0 (1972) through 4 (1972) (all published).
Marcello Baraghini, editor, 1972

A complete run of editor Marcello Baraghini's psychedelic arts, music, politics and underground culture magazine, illustrated throughout, printed in various colors, with several multi-panel foldouts
Five issues, ca. 20-36 pp. each. Tall, narrow folio. Very good overall, no. 0 with an old central fold. Illus. stiff wraps, nos. 0 & 1 formed in the shape of a marijuana cigarette.
Unknown edition size
$2,500

Published by Casa Editrice Lo Spinello, Milan

INQUIRE

Collection of Mexican Tennis Posters and Placards
Illustrators unknown, 1948-1956

Seven (7) posters, including five richly inked silkscreens and two vividly colored lithographs printed on a variety of materials ranging from thin commercial poster paper to heavy cardboard stock.
Sizes vary, Most 17 x 21 inches or smaller
Unknown edition size
$2,000

Published by N.p., Mexico City

INQUIRE

1863-1963 100 Yıl İnsanlık Hizmetinde
Unknown, N.d. [ca. 1963]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on commercial stock.
Approx. 39 x 27.5 inches
Unknown edition size
$1,200

Istanbul, Turkey. Kiral Matbaasi

INQUIRE

Gary Panter
Gary Panter (s/t), 1983

Unpaginated [20 pp.] silkscreen artist’s book with four-panel printed wrapper
Approx. 8.5 x 11.75 in.
Edition of 150
$750

Published by CBO Editions, Liancourt, France

INQUIRE

Gary Panter (Inside view)
Gary Panter (s/t), 1983

Unpaginated [20 pp.] silkscreen artist’s book with four-panel printed wrapper
Approx. 8.5 x 11.75 in.
Edition of 150
$750

Published by CBO Editions, Liancourt, France

INQUIRE

Juegos Deportivos Nacionales de la Revolucion
Manuel De La Vega, N.d. [ca. 1941]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on commercial stock.
Approx. 37 x 27.25 inches
Unknown edition size
$1,500

Mexico City. El Cromo

INQUIRE

Talking Heads Speaking in Tongues
Robert Rauschenberg, 1983

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on heavy stock.
Approx. 22 x 34 in.
Unknown edition size
$900

New York City. Printed initials “R.R.” at bottom right along with "copyright by Robert Rauschenberg."

INQUIRE

Punk Art
Printmaker unknown [“Diego Cortez, John Holmstrom, M. Henry Jones, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ruth Marten, Miller-Ringma-Hoppe, Pat Place, Screaming Mad George, Arturo Vega, and more…”], N.d. [ca. 1978]

Illustrated poster, silkscreened in heavy black ink on good paper
Sheet is 26 x 20 in ; image is 18.5 x 13 inches
50 or fewer copies are known to have been printed
$800

New York City. School of Visual Arts.

INQUIRE

When Women Become Massively Political The Revolution Will have Moved to a New Level
Peg Averill, N.d. [ca. 1974]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in color on commercial stock.
Approx. 18.5 x 17 inches
Unknown edition size
$350

New York City. The Guardian.

INQUIRE

Contra Cocaine / Contra Diction. [Collection of six (6) political street art posters.]
Robbie Conal, N.d. [ca. 1988]

Illustrated posters, lithographically printed in color on coated commercial stock.
Most approx. 31.5 x 24 in.
Edition size unknown (original street art versions, first printings.)
$900

Los Angeles and New York City. Printed by the artist.

INQUIRE

The Mountain Moving Day is Coming
Women's Graphics Collective, N.d. [ca. 1972]

Illustrated poster, silkscreen on uncoated stock.
Approx. 23.5 x 17 inches
Edition size unknown
$650

Chicago, Ill. Liberation Graphics.

INQUIRE

57 Collages
Kurt Schwitters, 1956

Illustrated poster with exhibition title and informational texts boldly silkscreened in red ink across a photolithographic facsimile of The New York Times classified ads page W27, dated September 9, 1956,
executed on actual newsprint.
Exhibition checklist printed on verso.
Approx. 22.5 x 15 in.
Edition size unknown
$1,800

INQUIRE

Forbidden Actions - The Men Cooperate
Carolee Schneemann, 1979

Photo-screenprint on fine paper, signed and dated in pencil.
Sheet is approx. 42 x 30 in ; image is approx. 32 x 21 in.
hand numbered “237/250”
$1,250

New York City. Printed by Heinrici.

INQUIRE