Carl Spitzweg

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SPITZWEG Carl The Chemist

Lempertz /Nov 15, 2014
1,800.00 - 2,000.00
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Carl Spitzweg - Lady With Straw Hat

Carl Spitzweg - Lady With Straw Hat

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Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885), Lady with Straw Hat, Oil, c. 1880 Oil on canvas, laid down on strong cardboard Germany, around 1880 Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885) – German painter, drawer and caricaturist Estate stamp lower right with the signet ‘S with rhombus/Spitzweg’’’’ Estate stamp ‘S with Rhombus/Spitzweg’’’’ in rectangular section on verso, turned upside down This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity by Prof. Dr. Börsch-Supan, Berlin, dating February 12th 2015 Dimensions: 19.5 x 22.5 cm Framed: 26 x 29 cm Humorously captured subject of Spitzweg's later work as a small size show piece; the auction record for a comparable small-scale painting from his late work is currently set at around €144,000 This object is sold through the Berlin office
Carl Spitzweg - Untitled

Carl Spitzweg - Untitled

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Lot number: 439
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SPITZWEG, CARL (1808-1885). Sketch sheet after Giorgione (1477-c.1510). From the sketch book 1852/53 used during his stay at Pommersfelden Castle. Lit.: Siegfried Wichmann, Spitzweg. Zeichnungen und Skizzen, München 1985, p. 142 with fig. 20,5 x 15 cm Skizzenblatt nach Giorgione (1477-ca.1510). Aus dem Skizzenbuch 1852/53 während des Aufenthalts in Schloss Pommersfelden.
Carl Spitzweg - Im Walde

Carl Spitzweg - Im Walde

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Lot number: 69
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Carl Spitzweg 1808 - 1885 GERMAN IM WALDE (IN THE FOREST) signed with the rhombus monogram lower left oil on panel 23.5 by 31cm., 9¼ by 12¼in. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Probably, Humpelmayr, Munich (acquired from the artist) in 1873 Noble collection, South Germany Sale: Hermann Ball/Paul Graupe, Berlin, 26 September 1930, lot 66 (with incorrect measurements) Probably purchased at the above sale by the family of the present owner; thence by descent Literature Günther Roennefahrt, Carl Spitzweg, Munich, 1960, p. 168, no. 330, catalogued & illustrated Siegfried Wichmann, Carl Spitzweg. Kunst, Kosten und Konflikte, Frankfurt/Berlin, 1991, p. 337, no. 325 Siegfried Wichmann, Carl Spitzweg: Verzeichnis der Werke, Stuttgart, 2002, pp. 522-23, no. 1441, catalogued & illustrated Both Günther Roennefahrt and Siegfried Wichmann presume the present work to be no. 325 in the artist's Verkaufsverzeichnis (sale ledger): 'Forest, Girl with Dog, to Hplmair on 1 May 73.' The overall appearance of this work is good and it is ready to hang. The panel is cradled and flat and even. There are three old vertical cracks in the panel in the background to the left of centre, approximately 12cm in from the left edge, which appear to be stable and are not particularly visually distracting. There are some localised small areas of paint shrinkage, notably in the background below the centre of the composition. Under ultra-violet light the old varnish layers fluoresce evenly and quite opaquely, and some minor scattered retouchings are visible notably to the aforementioned panel cracks, a few small spots in the upper right corner, and some spots at the left framing edge. Presented in a decorative coved and fluted gilt frame. "In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE."
Carl Spitzweg - The Chemist

Carl Spitzweg - The Chemist

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Lot number: 1514
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Lot 1514: Carl Spitzweg, The Chemist Description: Lower right: Estate stamp. Dated upper right: 1861 AprilSpitzweg painted three square paintings of this subject (Siegfried WichmanN: Carl Spitzwe, 2002, no. 389 - 391), which are all dated 1850 as opposed to 1861 like the present work. VAT: Margin scheme 25 x 25 cm Carl Spitzweg Pencil on fine paper
Carl Spitzweg - Study After A Pine Tree

Carl Spitzweg - Study After A Pine Tree

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There is evidence that Carl Spitzweg traveled to Italy in 1834. His visited Merano, Verona and Trento, as some of his drawings testify. On May 5, Spitzweg arrived in Venice. The present study after a pine tree was made near Verona. The pine is shown in front of a clayey and gray-blue sky. The tree with its delicate branches, that are visible even to the crown, hangs to the right and is wantonly leafed. With fine brushwork, Spitzweg has depicted the various shades of the green leaves. The study is mentioned in the catalogue raisonné by Siegfried Wichmann under no. 70, page 133. The lower center right bears the estate stamp, ‘S with rhombe/Spitzweg’’’’. The paper has been laid down on pressboard. The work is in good overall condition with scattered, minor stains and a few color losses to the edges. The gilt wooden frame is in very good condition with minor wear. The overall dimensions, framed, are 31 x 35.5 cm. The paper measures 15 x 19.3 cm. Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885) Carl Spitzweg studied pharmacy, botany and chemistry at the University of Munich. Before he began teaching himself painting, he worked as a pharmacist until 1833. In 1835, he became a member of the Munich Kunstverein. This was followed by extensive travels through Europe. From 1844, he worked for the ‘Flying Papers’’’’, which were fitted with his humorous drawings. Spitzweg belongs to the late Romantic Movement. Whilst the early works still show the influence of the Biedermeier, the painting style loosened up in his later work, and came close to Impressionism. The artist’’’’s keen sense of coloring derived possibly from his training in pharmacy. In addition to landscapes, Spitzweg frequently depicted characters from the Biedermeier petty bourgeoisie, and satirical illustrations of quirky characters. Works by Carl Spitzweg achieve very high prices on the international auction market. They are on display in major collections, such as the Neue Pinakothek Munich, the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, the Germanic National Museum in Nuremberg, and the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne. Carl Spitzweg (1808 - 1885), Study after a Pine Tree, 1834 Watercolor over pencil with additions of tempera on paper, laid down on pressboard Near Verona/Italy, 1834 Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885) - German painter Estate stamp lower center right, ‘S with rhombe/Spitzweg’’’’ Literature: Wichmann, no. 70, p. 133 Broad gilt frame Overall dimensions, framed: 31 x 35.5 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, North Rhine-Westphalia The early studies of Spitzweg are rarely found in the art market and sought-after collector's items There is evidence that Carl Spitzweg traveled to Italy in 1834. His visited Merano, Verona and Trento, as some of his drawings testify. On May 5, ...
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