Ketterer Kunst Announces Auction of German Avant-Garde Paintings

. September 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

Ketterer Kunst in Munich has announced the sale of German Avant-Garde paintings on 28 October.


Max Schwimmer (1895 Leipzig – 1960 Leipzig), Herbstlandschaft, 1920. Watercolor and charcoal drawing

This year’s offering focuses on works made from around 1900 up into the late 1930s. It will be lead by Hans Michaelson’s oil painting “Blumenvase”, carrying an estimate of € 8,000-12,000. The artist, who is represented with three more works, captures the observer with his expressive “Männerportärt” (estimate: € 4,000-6,000), the “Stillleben mit Goldregen” (estimate: € 6,000-8,000) as well as with the work “Dorfplatz mit Fässern” (estimate: € 3,000-4,000).

Two more top lots are by Hermann Scherer, whose watercolor and charcoal works will be called up at € 4,000-5,000 each.

In addition the focus is, among others, on works by Josef Eberz, Curt Ehrhardt, Werner Koch, Carl Lohse, Alfred Mumbächer, Otto Rodewald, Karl Peter Röhl, Hugo Scheiber, Gabriele Stock-Schmilinsky, Max Schwimmer, Alwin Stützer and Otto Wilfried.

The special auction will be carried out in context of the auction of Modern Art with works of up to € 20.000. Other highlights in this auctions come from artists such as Max Beckmann, Lyonel Feininger, Conrad Felixmüller, George Grosz, Gabriele Münter, Emil Nolde, Christian Rohlfs, Pablo Picasso and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.

Category: Fine Art

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