HIGHLIGHTS FINE ART AUCTION FROM 15th to 20th CENTURY

AUCTION 29th JUNE 2023
2 pm


 

 

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AUCTION CA. 3.30 PM, LOTS 125 - 228

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HIGHLIGHTS

 


JOHANN PETER HASENCLEVER
1810 Remscheid  – 1853 Düsseldorf

JUNGE FRAU AM OFFENEN FENSTER, IN BETRACHTUNG DES VOLLMONDES (Detail)

Öl auf Leinwand.
35 × 30,5 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 395
ERGEBNIS € 20.800 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


BEAUTIFUL TO ADORE


 

 

 


FLÄMISCH
Anfang 16. Jh.

DIE ANBETUNG DER KÖNIGE

Öl auf Eichenholz.
13 × 8,2 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 348
ERGEBNIS € 2.470 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)

 


HANS ROTTENHAMMER, ZUGESCHRIEBEN
1564 München – 1625 Augsburg

MARIA MIT KIND UND DEM LAMM

Öl auf Holz.
48 × 31 cm.

AUKTION 409 // LOT 349
SCHÄTZPREIS € 12.000 – 15.000


HANGOVER


 

 

 


JOHANN CONRAD SEEKATZ
1719 Grünstadt  – 1768 Darmstadt

BACCHANTENZUG

Öl auf Leinwand.
72,5 × 103 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 384
ERGEBNIS € 13.000 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)

Provenienz: Ehem. Sammlung Dr. Adolf Feulner (1884  – 1945). – Privatbesitz Süddeutschland. 


MYSTERIOUS PRINCESS


 

 


FRANKREICH UM 1720

BILDNIS EINER PRINZESSIN

Detail. R. u. (auf der Tischkante) bezeichnet „Largillier[r]e ft.“.
Öl auf Leinwand.
104 × 81 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 385
ERGEBNIS € 13.000 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


A PIECE OF JEWELLERY


 

 


THOMAS HUDSON
1701 Devon  – 1779 Deep Cross, Twickenham, Werkstatt bzw. Umkreis

DAMENBILDNIS

Öl auf Leinwand.
76,5 × 63,5 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 391
SCHÄTZPREIS € 8.000  – 12.000


LIGHT AND SHADOWS


 

 

 


MEINDERT HOBBEMA
1638 Amsterdam – 1709 ebenda

EICHENWALD

Öl auf Holz.
72 × 105 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 360
SCHÄTZPREIS € 30.000  – 40.000


CLEAR STROKE


 Henri Joseph Harpignies, who took many years to find his individual and distinctive painting style, is considered one of the popular French landscape painters of his time. Following his inner conviction that art as such and landscape painting in particular was in decline, Harpignies continued the tradition of romantic painting in the sense of the artists of the "School of Barbizon" into the 20th century. Edmond de Goncourt, the most important French art critic of the time, gave him a favorable review: " ... pas un coup de pinceau qui ne fût vrai ..." (" ... no brushstroke that would not be true ...").

 


HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES
1819 Valenciennes – 1916 Saint-Privé (Yonne)

WEITE LANDSCHAFT

Öl auf Leinwand.
81,5 × 120,5 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 425
SCHÄTZPREIS € 5.000  – 7.000

TIERWOHL

HEINRICH VON ZÜGEL 

 





SUN DOWNER


 

 

Maximilian Haushofer was self-taught as a painter. In 1828 he visited Fraueninsel in Chiemsee for the first time, an event of the greatest sustainability with regard to his biography. In 1829 he began to study law, and as early as 1831 he had Joseph Anton Sedlmayr teach him oil painting. Shortly thereafter he met the artists Carl Friedrich Heinzmann and Albert Zimmermann, both already established as landscape painters. From 1833 he finally turned to painting, finding his motifs during frequent stays in the Bavarian Alps and at Lake Chiemsee. His first painting with a Chiemsee motif, "Evening at Chiemsee," was exhibited in 1834 at the Munich Kunstverein. His circle of acquaintances expanded in 1834 to include the famous landscape painter Carl Rottmann. 

In the summer of 1835 Haushofer spent a longer time on the Fraueninsel, followed in 1836/37 by a trip to Italy with other artists - Haushofer also became a member of the artists' association in Rome. In 1838 he married Anna Dumbser, daughter of the "island host" of Frauenchiemsee, and in the same year the artists' colony there was founded. Already in the following year he created the present painting. 

Maximilian Haushofer's early landscape paintings were initially influenced by the idealizing art of Carl Rottmann and Joseph Anton Koch. Later, Romantic tendencies can be found, combined with characteristics of an early open-air painting. The present landscape is probably also indebted to the idealizing tendencies of his artistic models.


MAXIMILIAN HAUSHOFER
1811 Nymphenburg– 1866 Starnberg

LANDSCHAFT IM CHIEMGAU (BLICK VON EINER ALM AN DER KAMPENWAND IN DIE EBENE?)

Öl auf Leinwand.
34,5 × 46,5 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 417
ERGEBNIS € 7.800 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


MAXIMILIAN HAUSHOFER
1811 Nymphenburg– 1866 Starnberg

FLUSSLANDSCHAFT IM VORGEBIRGE

Öl auf Leinwand.
54 × 72 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 418
ERGEBNIS € 15.600 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


MOUNTAIN FESCHION


 

 


JOHANN SPERL
1840 Buch b. Fürth –1914 Bad Aibling

„EIN NEUER ANZUG“

Öl auf Holz.
31 × 20,5 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 448
SCHÄTZPREIS € 8.000 – 12.000


HIASL (MATHIAS) MAIER-ERDING
1894 Erding– 1933 München

CHIEMGAUERIN IN TRACHT („SCHMETTERER-ROSL“)

Öl auf Leinwand.
105 × 92 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 471
SCHÄTZPREIS € 5.000 – 6.000

Ausstellung: Gedächtnisausstellung Hiasl Maier-Erding, Frauenchiemsee, 22. Mai –  26. September 1982, Nr. 77. 


HOOF BEAT


 

 


ALBRECHT ADAM
1786 Nördlingen– 1862 München

HUFSCHMIED IM FELDLAGER

Öl auf Leinwand.
42,5 × 50 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 414
ERGEBNIS € 13.000 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


HEART BEAT


 

 


CARL FRIEDRICH MORITZ MÜLLER,
GEN. FEUERMÜLLER

1807 Dresden – 1865 München

NÄCHTLICHE HEIMKEHR VON DER HOCHZEIT

Öl auf Karton.
43,5 × 39 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 446
SCHÄTZPREIS € 6.000 – 8.000


SANDY SUNRISE


 

 

 


OTTO PILNY
1866 Budweis – 1936 Zürich

SONNENAUFGANG IN DER WÜSTE

Öl auf Leinwand.
Maße: 120 × 180 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 474
ERGEBNIS € 39.000 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE


 

 

 


LOVIS CORINTH
1858 Tapiau  – 1925 Zandvoort

„DER ALTE TRINKER“

Öl auf Leinwand.
75 × 59 cm.

AUKTION 409 // LOT 472
SCHÄTZPREIS € 35.000  – 40.000

Provenienz: Galerie Commeter, Hamburg. – Kunsthaus Brakl, München (1922). – Sammlung Georg Schäfer, Schweinfurt. – Neumeister, Sonderauktion „Bilder aus Sammlung Georg Schäfer I“, 24. Februar 2005, Kat.-Nr. 14. – Süddeutsche Privatsammlung


CROSS


 

 

 


FRITZ VON UHDE
1848 Wolkenburg (Sachsen)– 1911 München

KREUZIGUNG CHRISTI

Ölstudie auf Sperrholzplatte.
66 × 91 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 477
ERGEBNIS € 10.400 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


GRASS


 

 

 


JOHANN GEORG VON DILLIS
1759 Gmain– 1841 München

RINDER AUF DER WEIDE IN HÜGELIGER LANDSCHAFT

Öl auf Papier
29 × 27 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 411
SCHÄTZPREIS € 6.000 – 8.000

Provenienz: Bayerischer Adelsbesitz. 


MAP ART


 

 

Presented are the first five maps of Ortelius publication "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Under this title, Abraham Ortelius published in 1570 a collection of originally 53 maps, which was published between 1570 and 1641 in numerous and repeatedly expanded editions. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" is often referred to as the first modern world atlas - the first person to also title his map collection an "atlas" was then Ortelius' contemporary Gerhard Mercator with the "Atlas sive Cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati figura". Ortelius' maps are partly based on the representations of other cartographers of his time. With his collection of maps, Ortelius compiled a unified, aesthetically high-quality map program that was easy to read in book format and gave anyone interested a glimpse of the world of his time and an imaginary journey through it.

 

 

 


ABRAHAM ORTELIUS
1527 Antwerpen– 1598 ebenda

„TYPUS ORBIS TERRARUM“ „AFRICAE TABULA NOVA“ „AMERICAE SIVE NOVI“ „ASIAE NOVA DESCRIPTIO“ „EUROPA“

Fünf kolorierte Kupferstichkarten auf Bütten.
Bei Ortelius, Antwerpen, 1570 bzw. 1587.
Ca. 49 × 58,5 cm

AUKTION 409 // LOT 318
ERGEBNIS € 5.850 (inkl. 30 % Käuferaufgeld)


ANTIQUE RARE BOOKS


 

 

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