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Main Focus

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.

Auction and Consignments

Our next auction takes place on 27 November 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 Autumn Auctions 2019

Berlin, 27 November 2019

Lot 147

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Mountain lake in southern landscape. Circa 1810. Sold for 50,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 239

Osmar Schindler

Germanic warrior with helmet. 1902. Sold for 102,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 186

Max Liebermann

“Bauernhof in Barbizon“. 1874. Sold for 100,00 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 237

Max Pietschmann

Tommy Todtmann. 1885. Sold for 75,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 181

Emil Jakob Schindler

“Parklandschaft in Plankenberg“. 1887. Sold for 125,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 167

Gerhard von Kügelgen

“Selbstbildnis im grünen Frack“. After 1807. Sold for 57,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 223

Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach

Ephebe. Oil on canvas. Sold for 52,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 241

Max Pietschmann

Female nude, seen from behind. 1890. Sold for 8,750 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 120

Bernhard Fries

Geometric figures III. Chalk, partial stumping, on brown paper. Sold for 7,500 EUR (incl. premium)