GREAT FINE ART AUCTION No.156 - 4./5./11. May 2013
Jan Brueghel d. J. (1601 - 1678). Landing place with windmill and elegant company.
Oil/copper. Expertise by Dr. Klaus Ertz. A courtly pair of Rococo large gilt-wood mirror by Johann Michael Hoppenhaupt.
Potsdam. Ca. 1750-1760. H. 198 cm. A signed and dated malachite snuff-box by Johann Christian Neuber. Dresden. 1765. A figure group of lovers with pug dog by J. J. Kaendler. Meissen. Ca. 1745. A large chest of drawers. Wood, ebonized and partly carved. Venice. 17th C. An outstanding partly gilt tankard by Adolf Gaap. Augsburg. 1670-1674. Arno Breker (1900 – 1991). „Humility“, 1944, signed.
Founder: A. Bischoff, Düsseldorf, ca. 1955. One of a very few casts. An early and very rare pagoda by J. J. Kretschmar. Meissen. 1713-1725. Vladimir Egorovitch Makovsky (1846 - 1920). Oil on mahogany panel, signed, dated 1887.
Provenance: Czar Alexander III. Of Russia. A Baroque cupboard. Walnut. Zurich. Ca. 1740. Ernst Barlach (1870 – 1938). The lonesome man, 1911.
Noack foundry stamp. Cast of an edition of 15, past 1952. A figure of Venus and a shepherd modelled by P. Scheurich, 1919/20. Meissen. Ca. 1920 - 1923. A rare wood casket with inlays of bone, horn and tropical timber. Italy. 15th C. Edward Cucuel (1875 - 1954 ). “Summer afternoon”. Oil on canvas, signed and entitled. Edward Cucuel (1875 - 1954 ). Portrait of the artist's daughter with dedication.
Oil on canvas. Signed, dated 1918. A deluxe flintlock musket signed by Nicolas Noel and Pierre-Nicolas Boutet.
Manufacture de Versailles, gunsmiths at court of King Ludwig XVIII. Ca. 1816. Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973 ). “Petit Buste de Femme”, 1964.
Terracotta. Stamped and numbered 97/100. Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973 ). “Hands with Fish”, 1953. Red earthenware clay.
Workshop and artist's mark. Numbered 68/100. A great rare partly gilt Baroque tankard by Christian Schubert II. Gdansk. Ca. 1700. Barend Cornelis Koekkoek (1803 – 1862). A wooded landscape. Oil on canvas, signed. A rare hunting potpourri vase by J. F. Eberlein. Meissen. Ca. 1745. Johann Wilhelm Schirmer (1807 – 1863). Coastal landscape. Oil on canvas, monogrammed. A signed hunting flintlock pistol from the property of land-grave Ludwig VIII. of Hessen-Darmstadt.
Made by I. V. Schneider. German. Ca. 1750. A large Baroque corner cupboard. Walnut. Mainfranken. Second half 18th C. Fritz Klimsch (1870 – 1960). “Tranquillity”. Bronze, monogrammed. Noack foundry stamp.
Catalogue raisonné, Braun 121. Teh-Chun Chu (born 1920 in Baitou Zhen/China). Abstract composition No. 198.
Watercolor and gouache/woven paper, sign., dated 1964. A rare wood casket, brass mounts. German. Ca. 1500. A rare pair of a cock and hen pigeon by J. J. Kaendler. Meissen. Ca. 1745. Theo von Brockhusen (1882 – 1919). View of Florence from Brockhusen's studio flat in the Villa Romana.
Oil on canvas. Artist's name and date 1913 on the reverse. A Baroque chest of drawers. Walnut. Brunswick. Ca. 1740. A vase with cover from the property of August the Strong. Meissen. Ca. 1730-1740. Max Klinger (1857 – 1920). Head of “New Salome”. Bronze, signed. Jacopo da Ponte called Bassano (ca. 1510/1515 - 1592) studio.
Scene from the Old Testament. Oil on canvas. A Baroque writing cabinet. Walnut with marquetry. Brunswick. Ca. 1740. A rare pair of hunting groups by J. J. Kaendler. Meissen. Ca. 1760. A rare partly gilt Baroque tankard by Johann Polmann. Gdansk. Ca. 1670. A majolica circular plaque. Italy. Castelli. Workshop of Francesco Grue. Ca. 1720-1730. Two gilt brass caskets from Conrad and Michel Mann. Augsburg. Ca. 1600. Jean Dufy (1888 – 1964). "Bouquet d' Anemones de tulipes et de mimosa".
Watercolour/gouache on paper, signed. A Baroque long case clock. Walnut. Brunswick. Second half 18th C. A historic important gilt goblet by Franz Seyffert. Magdeburg. 1815. Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot (1586 – 1666). A village feast. Oil on oak panel, monogrammed. A rare partly gilt Baroque tankard by Hans I Scholler. Leipzig. Ca. 1655.
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