The Wait was worth it: - originally planned for March scheduled auctions of old art, art of the 19th century. Century drawings and old graphics at Koller in Zurich took place due to the Corona pandemic in June and has very good results: obtained The beautiful, 28 times 38 inches wide and market-fresh fruit still life on wood of the Milanese Baroque painter Fede Galizia surprised with a Supplement of 370,000 Swiss francs. From a Swiss private collection that was submitted paintings wore an expectation of 150,000 to 200,000 francs, and became the Centerless among the 83 offered works of Ancient art. Salomon van Ruysdaels vast countryside, six times its upper estimate of 35,000 francs; the Hammer fell to only 210,000 francs. The image of a rollicking "peasant wedding in the open air" by Marten van Cleved.Etc. scored a total of 220,000 Swiss francs (Taxe 150.000/200.000). And the large gold plaque with the "Mystical marriage of St. Catherine" by Bicci di Lorenzo, which was built around 1445/50, brought it to 280,000 francs (250.000/350.000). The art of the 19th century. Century succeeded Eugen von Blaas' "Young girl with flower basket" by 1898 about 110,000 francs, well above the expectation of 60,000 to 80,000, and Michael Nehers 1849 created oil Painting "wine harvest in Esslingen" was for 43,000 francs (20.000/30.000) about the tax hit.
On the same day, 26, works for a Swiss private collection in a separate section: the first Los, Max Liebermann, in 1918, created the oil Painting "flower terrace in the Wannsee garden to the North," showing the beloved garden of 1909 acquired a summer residence of the painter, with a Supplement of 400000 francs (250.000/350.000) the Highlight of the offer. auktionierte Koller Three years later, Liebermann painted "the skaters in the Tiergarten," came to 250,000 Swiss francs (150.000/200.000). The engaging surpassed at the end of portrait of a woman "mask is in a white dress" by Lovis Corinth from the year 1902, his future wife Charlotte shows Berend-Corinth, his Obertaxe with 155.000 francs (100.000/150.000). And all three offered landscapes of Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot exceeded their expectations: including "Passiance (country)" from the year 1872, with a Supplement of 130.000 francs (40.000/60.000), whose provenance can be traced back to the artist's Studio track, and "Ville d'avray, un coin d'etang" of 1865/70 with 165,000 francs (20.000/30.000).Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 08:20