August Von Heckel

Germany (18241883 ) - Artworks
HECKEL von August Quartet

Skinner /Nov 18, 2009
133.72 - 167.15
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August Von Heckel - Judith Shows The Bethulians The Head Of Holofernes

August Von Heckel - Judith Shows The Bethulians The Head Of Holofernes

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Lot number: 113
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August von Heckel (Landshut 1824–1883 Munich) Judith Shows the Bethulians the Head of Holofernes, signed August von Heckel München Pxi. oil on canvas, 232 x 317 cm, framed, (GS) Provenance: Thomas Hilsen Collection, Philadelphia; Dorotheum Auction, Vienna, 2 October 2002, lot 192; Private Collection, London. Exhibited: 2nd Allgemeine deutsche Kunstausstellung, Cologne, 1861; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (on loan from J. Hilsen; cf. label on reverse). Literature: Friedrich von Boetticher, Malerwerke des 19. Jahrhunderts, Vol. I.2, p. 502, no. 20. The 1857 (?) study for this monumental composition was auctioned at the Dorotheum, Vienna, on 14 June 2010 as lot 87. August von Heckel The artist was a successful historical and landscape painter. He studied in Augsburg and at the Munich Academy. He later worked together with the brothers Karl and Ferdinand Piloty.
August Von Heckel - Judithshows The Head Of Holofernes To Her People

August Von Heckel - Judithshows The Head Of Holofernes To Her People

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Lot number: 74
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August von Heckel (Landshut 1824-1883 Munich) JudithShows the Head of Holofernes to her People, signedAVHeckel (ligature), details of location and dated Roma1857 (?), oil on canvas, 36.5 x 46.5 cm, framed, (GS) Probablythe study for the large-scale painting by the Munich genre andhistorical painter Heckel which was auctioned at theDorotheum, Vienna, on 02.10. 2002 under lot192.
August Von Heckel - Judithshows The Bethulians The Head Of Holofernes

August Von Heckel - Judithshows The Bethulians The Head Of Holofernes

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Lot number: 52
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Lot No. 52 - description August von Heckel (Landshut 1824-1883 Munich) Judithshows the Bethulians the Head of Holofernes, signed:AUGUST VON HECKEL MÜNCHEN PXI, oil on canvas, 232x 317 cm, framed, (GS) Provenance: Collection Thomas Hilsen, Philadelphia; AuctionDorotheum, Vienna, 2 October 2002, lot192; Private collection, London. Exhibited: 2ndAllgemeine deutsche Kunstausstellung, Cologne, 1861; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (on loan from J.Hilsen; cf. adhesive label on the reverse). Literature: Friedrichvon Boetticher, Malerwerke des 19. Jahrhunderts, Vol. I,2, p.502, no.20. The preliminary studyfor this monumental composition, dated 1857 (?), was auctioned at the Dorotheum, Vienna, on 14June 2010 as lot 87. August von Heckel was asuccessful historical and landscape painter. He had studied inAugsburg and at the Munich Academy. He later worked with thebrothers Karl and Ferdinand Piloty. Specialist: Dr. Alexander Strasoldo estimate EUR30.000,- to 35.000,- conversion Online Catalogue: 19th Century Paintings - 12.04.2011 19th Century Paintings Auction Date: 12.04.2011 - 17:00 Location: Palais Dorotheum Public Viewing: 02.04. - 12.04.2011 Category: Masterdrawings Absentee bidTelephone bid Watch Terms andconditions Increments Items marked "+" are subject to fulllegal VAT of 20 %, those marked "-" are subject to reducedVAT of 10 %. Items marked “V” (consignment sales) are sold in the name and for the account of theconsigner. Items marked "0" are not liable toVAT. Items marked "*" might be liable to ResaleRoyalties. * Prices shown in currencies other than the currency usedfor the auction (foreign currency information) arestrictly for information only! Items will be sold in local currencyand the final price in any other currency is based on the actualrate of exchange at time of rendering the account. Figuresfor foreign currency information are rounded and based on the up todate rate of exchange of 23.03.2011
August Von Heckel - Quartet

August Von Heckel - Quartet

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Lot number: 354
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Lot 354 Unframed Silkscreen, Quartet , by August Henkel (American, 20th Century) , signed "A. Henkel" in pencil l.r., and "Aug. Henkel" within the matrix l.r., inscribed and titled "©Arthur Rothman Fine Arts, Inc. ..." within the matrix l.l. and l.c., sight size 18 x 21 in. Estimate $200-250
August Von Heckel - Tannhauser In The Venusberg

August Von Heckel - Tannhauser In The Venusberg

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Lot number: 401
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August von Heckel (German 1824-1883) Tannhauser in the Venusberg signed 'A.v.Heckel inv.' (lower left) oil on canvas 35 x 51¾ in. (88.9 x 131.5 cm.) Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE AUSTRIAN COLLECTOR (LOT 401) Lot Notes The legend portrays Tannhauser as a knight and poet who found the Venusberg, the subterranean mountain home of Venus, and spent a year there worshipping the goddess. After leaving the Venusberg, Tannhuser is filled with remorse, and travelled to Rome to ask Pope Urban IV if it would be possible to be absolved of his sins. Urban replies that forgiveness is as impossible as it would be for his papal staff to blossom. Three days after Tannhauser's departure Urban's staff blooms with flowers; messengers are sent to retrieve the knight, but he has already returned to Venusberg, never to be seen again. This was made famous in Wagner's opera Tannhauser in 1845.
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