In this department we seek and present works that express the modernity and vitality of the fascinating 19th century.
In the early decade our focus is on the art of Romanticism, especially Dresden and the North German countries. In addition, we focus on the freshness and immediacy of oil studies. We contrast them with the individual, often symbolist expressions of the fin-de-siècle whose modernity is hardly surprising.
With the selected artworks, we invite you to an exciting journey of discovery through the art worlds on the way to Modernism, to sharpen the view and bring exceptional art creations into the here and now.
Post auction sale
Works not sold at auction may be purchased at the reserve price for a period of two months – until end of July 2019 – during the post auction sale. These works are displayed in the catalogue view with the selection post auction sale. By selecting all lots, you'll be able to display all results.
Auction and Consignments
Our next auction takes place in Autumn 2019. We provide valuations for your art – confidentially, non-binding, and free of charge. Please send us a reproduction of the artwork by either post or email, including details such as the medium, date, and size (unframed). You may also use the estimate request form. Please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone – we are always at your disposal.
From our auction “19th Century Art“
29 May 2019 in Berlin
Carl Gustav Carus. “Weidenstamm mit Unterholz“. Circa 1820. Oil on paper on cardboard. 12,6 × 15,6 cm. Sold for 50,000 EUR (incl. premium)
Adolph Menzel. Inneres der Wallfahrtskirche zu Einsiedeln. 1881. Pencil with stumping, on wove paper, laid down on Japan paper. 42 × 28,8 cm. Sold for 275,000 EUR (incl. premium)
Fritz von Uhde. Holländische Nähstube. 1882. Oil on canvas. Relined. 101,5 × 136,5 cm. Sold for 168,750 EUR (incl. premium)
Carl Philipp Fohr. “Bildnis Ludwig Sigismund Ruhl“. 1816. Pen in black-grey over pencil on paper. 17,9 × 13,7 cm. Sold for 122,500 EUR (incl. premium)
Karl Stauffer-Bern. Selbstbildnis mit Zigarette. 1883. Pencil on brown paper. 26 × 23,5 cm. Sold for 143,750 EUR (incl. premium)
Richard Müller. “Fuchs im Hühnerhof“ (Der Hühnerdieb). 1926. Oil on canvas. 120 × 201 cm. Sold for 87,500 EUR (incl. premium)
Carl Wagner. “Amalfi“. 1823. Oil over pencil on laid paper. 32,9 × 23,6 cm. Sold for 6,250 EUR (incl. premium)
Max Klinger. Die neue Salome. Circa 1903. Bronze with black patina. 69 × 21 × 22 cm. Sold for 25,000 EUR (incl. premium)
Wilhelm von Kobell. “Nach der Jagd“. 1839. Watercolour over pencil on paper, framed with pencil. 19 × 23,6 cm. Sold for 50,000 EUR (incl. premium)