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Georg Kolbe

Germany (18771947 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Georg Kolbe
KOLBE Georg Kopf Malain

Van Ham /Jun 2, 2015
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Georg Kolbe - Sitzende

Georg Kolbe - Sitzende

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Lot number: 1206
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Bronze. Signed on base with initials "GK" also foundry H. Noack, Berlin. Literature: . Rudolf G. Binding, Vom Leben der Plastik, Inhalt und Schönheit des Werkes von Georg Kolbe, Berlin, 1933, illustration of another cast p. 40; . Ursel Berger, Georg Kolbe - Leben und Werk, Berlin, 1990, no. 91, illustration of another cast p. 293. . Ursel Berger, Georg Kolbe, Munich, 1997, no. 56, color illustration of another cast p. 57. . . "Georg Kolbe was the leading German figure sculptor of his generation, in a vigorous, modern, simplified classical style similar to Aristide Maillol of France. Many of Kolbe's 1000 sculptures were destroyed by confiscation, bombing and melting for war purposes. His sculptures are in many museum collections in Europe, USA and Russia, among them the Museum of Modern Art New York, and the Moderna Museet, Stockholm.". SIZE: 11" h x 9-1/4" w CONDITION: Very good with black finish with uneven green verdigris spots 49377-1
Georg Kolbe - Kniende I - Nereide

Georg Kolbe - Kniende I - Nereide

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Lot number: 383
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Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) Kniende I - Nereide signed with the initials ‘GK’’’’ (on the left foot) and stamped with the foundry mark ‘H. NOACK BERLIN FRIEDENAU’’’’ (on the right foot) bronze with red-brown patina Height: 12 in. (30.6 cm.) Conceived in 1922, this work is one of twenty-five examples cast between May 1923 and early 1924, and one of only three known examples with this foundry mark
Georg Kolbe - Ohne Titel

Georg Kolbe - Ohne Titel

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Lot number: 18
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Georg Kolbe 1877 Waldheim/Sachsen - 1947 BerlinOhne Titel (Mann und Weib, miteinander ringend). 1913.Bronze with dark brown patina. Not in Berger. With monogram on plinth as well as with foundry mark 'H. Noack Berlin' on verso. From a planned edition of 4 copies, of which 2 casts have been executed so far. 35,4 x 30 x 16 cm (13,9 x 11,8 x 6,2 in). Posthumous cast from 2010/11, made by the foundry Hermann Noack, Berlin, after the original gypsum model from 1913, which is in possession of the Georg-Kolbe-Museum, Berlin. [JS].Accompanied by an expertise for the gypsum model issued by Dr. Ursel Berger, Georg-Kolbe-Museum, Berlin, from 19 February, 1979 (in copy) as well as with an expertise for the model and the bronze issued by Dr. Ursel Berger, Berlin, from September 2011.PROVENANCE: (of the gypsum model)Collection Alfred Dietrich (friend of the artist and executing mason, received directly from artist).Private collection Hesse (descendant of previously mentioned).Georg-Kolbe-Museum, Berlin (received from previously mentioned). In 1979 an original gypsum model by the sculptor Georg Kolbe, which had been unknown by then, was discovered in the estate of the mason Alfred Dietrich, who made stone sculptures for Kolbe towards the end of the 1910s. The model shows a variation of the theme 'Frauenraub' (Raptio) and was presumably made for the design of a fountain planned for the 'Werkbund' (German Association of Craftsmen) exhibition in Cologne in 1914. The pugnacious female figure that Kolbe created here calls reminiscence of both his 'Amazone', of which several versions were made as of 1912, as well as of the powerful physicality of the famous sculpture 'Tänzerin' (Dancer) from1911/12, today in possession of the Nationalgalerie in Berlin. The person depicted in all works presumably was Charlotte Kaprolat, later wife of the painter Max Pechstein, who sat model for the young Kolbe on several occasions at the beginning of the century.Called up: June 11, 2015 - ca. 12.12 h +/- 20 min.
Georg Kolbe - Kopf Malain

Georg Kolbe - Kopf Malain

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Lot number: 57
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Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) Description: 1916. Bronze, brown patinated. 18 x 13 x 14cm. Monogrammed on the right side of the neck: GK. and foundry mark H.NOACK BERLIN. Stone base. Kolbe, Georg 1877 Waldheim (Sachsen) - 1947 Berlin Kopf Malain 1916. Bronze, braun patiniert. 18 x 13 x 14cm. Monogrammiert auf der rechten Seites des Halses: GK. Sowie Gießerstempel H.NOACK BERLIN. Steinsockel.
Georg Kolbe - Capriccio

Georg Kolbe - Capriccio

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Lot number: 314
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Lot 314: Georg Kolbe, Capriccio, 1926 Description: Monogrammed 'GK' (joined) to the front of the plinth and to the sole of the left foot. With foundry mark "H. NOACK BERLIN" to the back edge of the plinth and to the sole of the left foot. Posthumous cast, presumably created in 1962, most probably identical with the cast registered with the Georg-Kolbe-Foundation from this year. One of only few casts. For the present, only approx. two liftetime casts from 1926/1927 are documented, including one in the Georg-Kolbe-Museum in Berlin. With an expertise by Ursel Berger, Berlin, dated 22 April 2015. Georg Kolbe already used the title "Capriccio" for a small figure of a woman in intense motion made in 1921. The present work in bronze is also named "Capriccio H.W.", the initials referring to a woman who must have been Kolbe's favourite model in 1926. She also modelled for "Badende" (Berger 95), "Schreitende" (Berger 96) and "Klagende" (Berger 97), but nothing is known of her identity. All of these figures are characterised by the highly expressive body language. The torso of the Capriccio figure is twisted, the shoulders pulled forward and the arms crossed. The bent legs and the feet with the clenched toes emphasize the body's muscle tension, but the pose still doesn't appear cramped. The complex composition of this work and of the other figures mentioned make it seem as if the artist created figure studies of an expressive dance. Even the model's hair has been captured in the receding motion caused by the tossed head. The lively and carefree nature of Kolbe's bronzes of this period later changed to a more static approach. Height 23.4 cm 1926 Condition Report: Light brown patina with a yellowish and partiallly greenish shimmer. Notes: Droit de suite according to conditions of sale Provenance: Private possession, Rhineland; Lempertz Moderne Kunst A 788, 7 June 2000, lot 239 with colour illus.; Private possession, North Germany. Artist or Maker: Georg Kolbe Literature: Georg Kolbe, Plastik und Zeichnungen, Aufnahmen im Archiv des Kunstgeschichtlichen Seminars Marburg a.d. Lahn 1931, no. 299-300, without illus.; George Kolbe, 100 Lichtdrucktafeln. Mit einer Einführung von Richard Scheibe, Marburg 1931, pl. 60 a-c; Ursel Berger, Georg Kolbe. Das plastische Werk, in: Weltkunst, 15.11.1985, p. 3523-3527, illus. 7 Medium: Bronze
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