Gustav Gurschner

Austria (18731971 ) - Sculptures
GURSCHNER Gustav Oesterr::deutsche=elbefahrt::1911

Brunk Auctions /Sep 15, 2012
380.87 - 761.75
Not disclosed

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Gustav Gurschner - Austrian German Elbe Ride

Gustav Gurschner - Austrian German Elbe Ride

Original 1911
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Lot number: 65
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Lot 65: Gustav Gurschner, Bronze 'Austrian German Elbe Ride', 1911 Gustav Gurschner (1873-1970) Description: Bronze with light brow patina Austria, 1911 Gustav Gurschner (1873-1970) - Tyrolian sculptor Signed 'Gurschner' Beautiful patina Dimensions: 23 x 13 x 20 cm (length x width x height) Very good condition Provenance: from an Austrian private collection Gustav Gurschner's objects fetch up to 16.500 Euros at international auctions This beautiful bronze in the late Art Nouveau style was created by the Austrian sculptor Gustav Gurschner and impresses due to its elegant brass-colored sheen. A beautiful female river deity, whose long tail is put over the rim, holds a ship in her arms. The relief-like bordure of the edge is inscribed with 'Oesterr.- Deutsche Elbefahrt 1911' (Austrian German Elbe Ride 1911) which reminds of the motorboat ride the two nations held in 1911 on the river Elbe. The bronze is in very good condition with only minimal traces of age and wear. It has a beautiful patina. The back side is signed 'Gurschner'. The dimensions are 23 x 13 x 20 cm (length x width x height). Gustav Gurschner (1873-1970) Gustav Gurschner studied at the art academy in Vienna under August Kühne and Otto König. Later he moved to Munich where he kept on studying. In 1897 he moved to Paris, where he got strongly influenced by the art nouveau movement that animated him to create several handcrafted objects. Gurschner was a member of the Vienna Secession, of the Hagenbund and the artists' association and the artists' house. He received many awards.
Gustav Gurschner - Candelabro A Forma Di Figure

Gustav Gurschner - Candelabro A Forma Di Figure

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Lot number: 247
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Gustav Gurschner - Small Bowl With 2 Putti

Gustav Gurschner - Small Bowl With 2 Putti

Original 1905
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Lot number: 295
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Gustav Gurschner, a small bowl with 2 putti, Vienna c. 1905, patinated bronze, inscribed and numbered 515/152 laterally above the stand, height 11.2 cm,(B).
Gustav Gurschner - Oesterr::deutsche=elbefahrt::1911

Gustav Gurschner - Oesterr::deutsche=elbefahrt::1911

Original 1914
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Lot number: 668
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Gustav Gurschner (Austrian, 1873-1971) OESTERR::DEUTSCHE=ELBEFAHRT::1911, signed "Gurschner", bronze, 7 x 8-1/4 x 7-1/2 in., corrosion on top of boat
Gustav Gurschner - Bust

Gustav Gurschner - Bust

Original 1900
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Lot number: 573
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Gustav Gurschner (Austrian, 1873-1971) "Bust," c. 1900, bronze sculpture, 10"w x 7"d x 23.5"h, signed, held on a granite base
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