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Third Floor Online Only: Results of the Timed Auction from 6 March 2022.

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True to the motto "only that which changes remains“, we are pleased to be offering our "Third Floor“ selections in ONLINE ONLY auctions via our website since 2020. Every six to eight weeks the lots are presented for a period of 10 days. The highest bidder is awarded the lot at the end of auction.

The "Third Floor“ is, and always has been, a place for explorers. Since 1987 it has been a meeting place where both passionate collectors and spontaneous enthusiasts have been pleasantly surprised to find prints by David Hockney or Cindy Sherman that are not beyond their budget, and where hopeful bids placed on a small pen-and-ink sketch by Alexej Jawlensky just might win. In our Third Floor catalogue, we often indulge in the pleasure of presenting novel works by unknown or forgotten artists that we find fascinating. Often the buyers and sellers in these auctions are collectors of new art.

The first Online Only auction at Grisebach, which took place from the 19th of June to the 5th of July 2020, can already report spectacularly high bidding rates. Out of 120 works offered, 108 were sold – that means 90% of the lots.

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Auction and Consignments

We appraise 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.

Selected Results

Lot 2292

Ralph Fleck

“Birkenstück 6/III”. 1985. Oil on canvas. 100 × 80.5 cm. Sold for 5,375 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2297

August Gaul

“Kamel”. 1915. Bronze, patinated dark brown. Height (without base): 7.5 cm. Sold for 3,375 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2298

Alexander Gerbig

Flower still life with apples. Oil on canvas. 77.6 × 64.6 cm. Sold for 3,750 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2301

Angela Glajcar

“Terforation”. 2019. Paper, torn, with metal mount, in the original wooden box. 29 × 21.6 × 20.5 cm. Sold for 3,625 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2308

Thomas Theodor Heine

“Diana”. Circa 1911. India ink in black and opaque white over pencil on cardboard. 36.4 × 24.5 cm. Sold for 1,875 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2318

Dorothy Iannone

“I lift my lamp besides the golden door”. 1977. Colour silkscreen on paper. 83.7 × 59.6 cm. Sold for 1,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2325

Imi Knoebel

“Betoni”. 1990. Concrete and pigment. 29.7 × 37.7 × 7.4 cm. Sold for 4,375 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2337

Hans Laabs

“ROT UND GELB ZWISCHEN DEN FORMEN”. 1967. Oil and charcoal on canvas, with artist's frame. 70.3 × 89.9 cm. Sold for 2,625 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2371

Gerhard Richter

“Hood”. 1996 Colour offset on laid paper. 17.8 × 25.1 cm (43.5 × 43.6 cm). Sold for 3,875 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2385

Cornelia Schleime

Untitled. 1996. Pen and brown India ink and watercolour on brownish paper. 50 × 65.1 cm. Sold for 2,875 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2402

Klaus Staudt

“Jubiläum”. 2007. Wooden prism, painted, mounted on panel, in object frame with coloured plexiglass. Frame: 29.8 × 29.8 × 4.7 cm. Sold for 2,500 EUR (incl. premium)

Lot 2409

Gavin Turk

“Black Gold”. 2015. Motor oil on canvas. 40 × 30 cm. Sold for 750 EUR (incl. premium)