the art of the 19th century.Century women portraits had no luck: Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot's "Young woman with mandolin" (80.000/100.000) found, as well as Anselm Feuerbach's "portrait of a young Roman woman with head cloth" (40.000/50.000) and Stanley Cursiters lying young lady from 1912 (50.000/70.000) no takers. For Spitzwegs succeeded painting "Saturday afternoon (the village pastor, morning walk)" at 100,000 euros, well above the expectation of 50,000 to 60,000, and Jacob Philipp Hackerts "landscape with motifs of the English garden in Caserta" is for 85.000 Euro (80.000/100.000) into a German collection. The two auctions played with only 136 – 301 – sold to Lots of 4.1 million Euro, were expected to be 4.2 million.
In June, the "Evening Sale" took place, with 101 positions. The Modern Albert Birkles "train a guard" took care of 1927 for the largest increase: Many bidders fought for the 103 times by 71 inches, large oil Painting, which was estimated at 80,000 to 100,000 euros, The surcharge was only 670,000 euros – the auction record for the artist of the New objectivity. The most prized lot of the Evening, Lyonel Feininger's "still life on a blue table" of 1911, came to 560.000 Euro (400.000/600.000), and Picasso's large-scale drawings on handmade paper of 1906, "Deux femmes nues se tenant" remained with 260000 Euro significantly behind the expectation of 400000 to 500000. A Swiss collector was able to get Juan Gris' cubist Arrangement "Raisins, carafe et livre" from 1922, for 340,000 Euro (300.000/350.000); Jawlensky's "dahlias" (140.000/160.000) from the same year remained unsold. August Macke's "flower box with cactus" from 1912, has significantly surpassed its Obertaxe with 320,000 Euro (220.000/250,000) and his beautiful Gouache of a "Oriental our lovers", also of 1912, for 95,000 euros (80.000/100.000) in a German Museum.
The sinister-looking "children between the birch trunks" painted by Paula Modersohn-Becker in 1904, shortly after her marriage to Otto Modersohn. The oil Painting, which was once owned by modersohn-Becker's mother, and later as a private loan to the state gallery in Stuttgart, made with 270,000 euros, a multiple of its estimate of 40,000 to 60,000, and gets in a German collection. Ewald Matarés graceful market-fresh, 21-inch-high Bronze of a "Prancing horse" of 1943 and surpassed with a score of 86.000 euros (35.000/45.000) your expectation, and Gert Heinrich Wollheim oil Painting "The circus rider" in 1923, and rose to 68,000 euros (25.000/30.000), an auction record for him.Updated Date: 11 August 2020, 07:21