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Main Focus

The “Third Floor” is a place for explorers. Passionate collectors and spontaneous visitors meet here since 1987, pleasantly surprised to learn that a print by David Hockney or Cindy Sherman will not break the bank, or that a bid placed full of hope and longing 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 have found fascinating. In many cases, the buyers and sellers in these auctions are collectors of new art. Between 85 and 90 percent of the approximately 600 lots with estimates up to EUR 3,000 that are offered for auction each year in this format find new owners.

Auktion und Einlieferung

Our next auction takes place on 30 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 Auction 2019

Berlin, 30 November 2019

Lot 1446

Sigmar Polke

“S. schmeckt Pfirsich von H.“ 1996. Colour lithograph and embossing on light cardboard. 48.8 × 64.8 cm. Estimate EUR 1,500-2,000

Lot 1281

Andreas Brandt

Untitled. 2002. Acrylic on canvas. 30.2 × 50.2 cm. Estimate EUR 2,500-3,000

Lot 1189

Hermann Max Pechstein

“Komposition (mit drei Palauakten)“. 1918. Lithograph on heavy Japan paper. 33 × 31.3 cm. Estimate EUR 1,500-2,000

Lot 1309

Sven Drühl

“H. II “. 2008. Lacquer, oil and silicone on canvas. 140 × 100 cm. Estimate EUR 3,000

Lot 1032

Georges Braque

“Les Fleurs de l'air“. 1963. Colour lithograph on wove paper. 11.5 × 17.7 cm. Estimate EUR 2,000-3,000

Lot 1442

Otto Piene

Untitled. 1967/71. Colour silkscreen on cardboard. 79.9 × 60 cm. Estimate EUR 700-900