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Selected works from our upcoming Spring Auctions 2018 will be shown from 3 May in different cities in Germany and Switzerland. All works will be on view in Berlin from 25 to 29 May.

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From our Spring Auctions 2018

30 May – 2 June 2018

Viewings from 3 May 2018

Lovis Corinth

“Astern im Kelchglas“. 1924

Oil on canvas. 60 × 45 cm (23 ⅝ × 17 ¾ in.) Estimate EUR 250,000–350,000

Max Beckmann

“Weiblicher Kopf in Blau und Grau (Die Ägypterin)“. 1942

Oil on canvas. 60 × 30 cm (23 ⅝ × 11 ¾ in.) Estimate EUR 1,500,000–2,000,000

Gabriele Münter

“Kohlgruberstrasse (Murnau)“. 1908

Oil on cardboard. 25,8 × 39,5 cm (10 ⅛ × 15 ½ in.). Estimate EUR 350,000–450,000

Karl Hofer. “Putzmacherin“. 1922. Oil on canvas. Relined. 109,5 × 80 cm (43 ⅛ × 31 ½ in.) Estimate EUR 280,000–350,000

Anselm Kiefer. “für Velimir Chlebnikow“. 2004/2005. Acrylic, oil, lacquer, resin, chalk, lead and mixed media on canvas. 190 × 330 cm (74 ¾ × 129 ⅞ in.) Estimate EUR 700,000–1,000,000

Günther Uecker. “Interferenzen“. 1985. Nails, oil and ash on linen on wood. 150 × 150 × 12 cm (59 × 59 × 4 ¾ in.) Estimate EUR 500,000–700,000

Wolfgang Tillmans. “Freischwimmer 21“. 2004. C-print on Alu-Dibond in artist's frame. 250 × 190 × 6 cm (98 ⅜ × 74 ¾ × 2 ⅜ in.) EUR 250,000–350,000

Hanne Darboven. “Konstruktionen“. 1968. 42-parts: each one ink on graph paper. Each 20 × 27 cm (7 ⅞ × 10 ⅝ in.) Estimate EUR 50,000–70,000

Norbert Kricke. Raumplastik. 1958. Galvanised steel on a steel plinth. 58 × 41 × 48 cm (22 ⅞ × 16 ⅛ × 18 ⅞ in.) Estimate EUR 120,000–150,000

László Moholy-Nagy. Untitled. Weimar, 1923/25. Vintage. Photogram. Unique work. 12,5 × 17,6 cm (4 7/8 × 6 7/8 in.) Estimate EUR 300,000–500,000

Albert Renger-Patzsch. Gas and Power. 1932. Vintage. Gelatin silver print. 37,6 × 27,4 cm (38 × 28 cm) (14 ¾ × 10 ¾ in. (15 × 11 in.)) Estimate EUR 5,000-7,000

Peter Beard. “I‘ll write whenever I can...“. 1965. Later gelatin silver print. With original drawings by Kivoi Mathenge. 33,6 × 49 cm (40,5 × 50,2 cm) (13 ¼ × 19 ¼ in. (16 × 19 ¾ in.)) Estimate 30,000–40,000

Adolph Menzel. Ice skater (Berlin Tiergarten?). Circa 1854. Chalk on paper, laid down on cardboard. 36.6 x 52.8 cm (14 ½ × 20 ¾ in.) Estimate EUR 250,000-350,000

Caspar David Friedrich. “Mittelgebirgslandschaft“. Circa 1828. Watercolour over pencil on paper. 14,5 × 20,6 cm (5 ¾ × 8 ⅛ in.) Estimate EUR 200,000–300,000

Chinese, Ming Dynasty, early Qing Dynasty. A pair of monumental guardian lions. 17th century. Grey limestone. Each approx. 87 × 32 × 52 cm (34 ¼ × 12 ⅝ × 20 ½ in.) Estimate EUR 60,000–80,000

Antoine Philippon and Jacqueline Lecoq. Wall panels “Pointe de Diamant“. 1964. 245 × 370 × 70 cm (96 ½ × 145 ⅝ × 27 ½ in.) Estimate EUR 60,000–80,000

Royal Gifts. Jewellery from London and Berlin. 1842. Estimates EUR 8,000 – 20,000

Porzellanmanufaktur Frankenthal. Console table with porcelain top. Circa 1770. Porcelain, sculpturally shaped, decorated with gold; carved and painted lime; marble sheet. 84 × 99 × 52 cm (33 ⅛ × 39 × 20 ½ in.) Estimate EUR 30,000–40,000

August Gaul. „Käuzchen“. 1915. Bronze with brown patina, mounted on a marble base. Height: 6,4 cm (without base) (2 ½ in. (without base)) Estimate EUR 2,500-3,000

Maurice de Vlaminck. “Jeune Fille se coiffant (portrait de Femme)“. 1906/57. Woodcut on Japan paper. 32 × 22 cm (59,5 × 48,5 cm) (12 ⅝ × 8 ⅝ in. (23 ⅜ × 19 ⅛ in.)). EUR 1,500–2,000

Martin Assig. “ALLES, ALLES, ALLES (SAMMLUNG)“. 1990. Encaustic painting, oil and cotton on cardboard laid down on panel. 59,8 × 56,2 cm (23 ½ × 22 ⅛ in.) Estimate EUR 1,000–1,500

Imi Knoebel. From: “Rot, Gelb, Blau, Weiß“. 1994. 2 colour silkscreens, each on light cardboard. Each 102 × 102 cm (125,4 × 125,4 cm) (40 ⅛ × 40 ⅛ in. (49 ⅜ × 49 ⅜ in.)) Estimate EUR 1,200–1,500

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018 (for represented artists)