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Press release: Beckmann`s “The Egyptian“

The Spring Auctions at Grisebach in Berlin were marked by a record: Max Beckmann’s mysterious portrait of a woman from 1942, “Die Ägypterin“, which had been in the collection of the family of Erhard and Barbara Göpel since its creation, was sold for 5.5 Million EUR* (estimate 1.5–2 Million EUR). This is the highest price ever paid for a painting in Germany.

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Press release: Photography auction Grisebach

Quantum leap on German photography market: 488,000 EUR for photogram by László Moholy-Nagy

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Results Spring Auctions 2018

30 May – 2 June 2018


Lovis Corinth

“Astern im Kelchglas“. 1924

Sold for EUR 312,500 (incl. premium)

Max Beckmann

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

Sold for 5.5 million EUR (incl. premium)

Gabriele Münter

“Kohlgruberstrasse (Murnau)“. 1908

Sold for EUR 575,000 (incl. premium)

Karl Hofer. “Putzmacherin“. 1922. Sold for EUR 350,000 (incl. premium)

Anselm Kiefer. “für Velimir Chlebnikow“. 2004/2005. Sold for EUR 865,000 (incl. premium)

Günther Uecker. “Interferenzen“. 1985. Sold for EUR 757,000 (incl. premium)

Wolfgang Tillmans. “Freischwimmer 21“. 2004. Sold for EUR 375,000 (incl. premium)

Hanne Darboven. “Konstruktionen“. 1968. Sold for EUR 93,750 (incl. premium)

Norbert Kricke. Raumplastik. 1958. Sold for EUR 225,000 (incl. premium)

László Moholy-Nagy. Untitled. Weimar, 1923/25. Sold for EUR 487,500 (incl. premium)

Albert Renger-Patzsch. Gas and Power. 1932. Sold for EUR 42,500 (incl. premium)

Peter Beard. “I‘ll write whenever I can...“. 1965. Sold for EUR 47,500 (incl. premium)

Adolph Menzel. Ice skater (Berlin Tiergarten?). Circa 1854. Sold for EUR 312,500 (incl. premium)

Thomas Theodor Heine. „Siegfried“. 1921. Sold for 287,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Caspar David Friedrich. “Mittelgebirgslandschaft“. Circa 1828. Sold for EUR 250,000 (incl. premium)

Chinese, Ming Dynasty, early Qing Dynasty. A pair of monumental guardian lions. 17th century. Sold for EUR 75,000 (incl. premium)

Royal Gifts. Jewellery from London and Berlin. 1842. Sold for EUR 6,875 – 42,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Porzellanmanufaktur Frankenthal. Console table with porcelain top. Circa 1770. Sold for 37,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Maurice de Vlaminck. “Jeune Fille se coiffant (portrait de Femme)“. 1906/57. Sold for 2,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Imi Knoebel. From: “Rot, Gelb, Blau, Weiß“. 1994. Sold for 2,875 EUR (incl. premium)

August Gaul. „Käuzchen“. 1915. Sold for 6,875 EUR (incl. premium)

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