The 2016 auction season is in full swing, with the latest major sale just around the corner at Auctionata. Classic works from the 16th through 20th centuries head to the block on May 30 in Berlin. The highlights?
As it brings together a host of outstanding classical paintings from the 16th through 20th centuries, collectors are sure to flock to Auctionata on May 30. One hundred and nine artworks comprise the sale, which includes highlights from Pietro Bardellino, John James Masquerier, Luise Ebel, Constantin Stoiloff, Eduard Otto von Braunthal, Josef Brettscheki, and Emil Il Pirchan.
Eduard Otto von Braunthal, “Fellah,” circa 1904, oil on panel, 18 1/2 x 23 cm. (c) Auctionata 2016
Josef Brettscheki, “Party in the Park,” oil on canvas, (c) Auctionata 2016
Luise Ebel, “Landscape with Resting Children,” circa 1860, oil on canvas, (c) Auctionata 2016
Attrib. John James Masquerier, “Portrait of Two Women,” circa 1810, oil on canvas, 81 x 100 cm. (c) Auctionata 2016
Constantin Stoiloff, “Gouverneur auf Reisen,” oil on canvas, 83 x 129 cm. (c) Auctionata 2016
Emil Il Pirchan, “Artistic Monkeys,” oil on cardboard, 37 1/2 x 32 1/2 cm. (c) Auctionata 2016
To learn more, visit Auctionata.
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