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Franz Wilhelm Seiwert. “Stark abstrahierte Halbfigur”. 1920. Oil on cardboard. 25.7 × 19.5 cm. EUR 30,000–40,000

Auction 333

Sander Collection

10 June 2021, 3pm

Grisebach
Fasanenstrasse 27
10719 Berlin

About the auction

The "Cologne Progressives" with their famous member August Sander were one of the most distinct artist groups of the Weimar Republic (1919–1933): The major themes of the time become apparent in the works of Franz Wilhelm Seiwert, Heinrich Hoerle, Gerd Arntz and their friends.

We are delighted to dedicate a special auction to the extraordinary Sander Collection, whose origins go back to the photographer August Sander (1876–1964). More than just a few of the works from the collection will be summoned to the art market for the very first time. Among them is Franz Wilhelm Seiwert´s monumental "Wandbild für einen Fotografen" from 1925, which hung in Cologne´s Museum Ludwig as a loan for a long time – a masterpiece by the artist, an icon of the era and a key painting of the Cologne Progressives!

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Selected results

from our auction on 10 June 2021

Lot 607

Heinrich Hoerle

“Selbstbildnis”. 1931. Oil on cardboard, laid down on canvas. 41 x 29 cm. Sold for 156,250 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 610

Franz Wilhelm Seiwert

“Wandbild für einen Fotografen”. 1925. Oil on canvas. 109 x 154 cm. Sold for 1,225,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 637

Franz Wilhelm Seiwert

“Ländliche Familie (Familie Jatho)” (“Die Landarbeiter”). 1923. Oil on cardboard on wood. 38.1 × 44.3 cm. Sold for 137,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 647

Gottfried Brockmann

“Die Geste”. 1928. Tempera on cardboard. 26.7 × 20.9 cm. Sold for 7,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 604

Franz Wilhelm Seiwert

“Stark abstrahierte Halbfigur”. 1920. Oil on cardboard. 25.7 × 19.5 cm. Sold for 118,750 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 662

Heinrich Hoerle

“Vordermann”. 1932. Wax crayon on heavy paper. 42.5 x 35.5 cm. Sold for 150,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 628

Gerd Arntz

”Häuser der Zeit”. 1927. Set of 12 woodcuts, each on Japan paper. Each 24,7 × 15,8 cm. Sold for 62,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 629

Heinrich Hoerle

”Frauenkopf (Trude Alex/Hoerle?)”. Circa 1935. Wax crayon on Japan paper. 38,2 × 27,8 cm. Sold for 56,250 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 645

Angelika Hoerle

”Fisch” / ”Lampe” / ”Vogel” / ”Haus”. 1920. 4 woodcuts, each on thin paper. Each paper area measuring 22,5 × 14,4 cm. Sold for 25,000 EUR (incl. premium)