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    Spectacular sale of legendary Rohde-Hinze Collection at Grisebach
    Top prices for Old Masters and Asian Art in Berlin

    Berlin, July 4, 2015: The last important Old Masters collection from Berlin’s 1920s was sold this past weekend in Berlin producing many spectacular results: The 384 works of art in the Rohde-Hinze Collection, presumed lost for decades, brought in a total of EUR 6,750,000,* exceeding the pre-sale high estimate by EUR 2.5 million. more ...




    The Last Important Collection From The Golden Era of Berlin As A Center of The Art Trade


    Berlin, 18 June 2015: After price records in June, Villa Grisebach’s next high point in its series of spring auctions will be presented on July 3 and 4 in the ORANGERIE category: The auction of Old Masters and fine Decorative Art from the legendary and long-lost Rohde-Hinze Collection comes with a median pre-sale estimate of EUR 3.5 million. more …



    Villa Grisebach’s spring auctions with price records in all categories


    Berlin, 6 June 2015: Important consignments from the Rhineland and Bavaria drove prices to extraordinary increases and numerous international records for Modern, Contemporary and 19th Century Art during Villa Grisebach’s spring auctions. In four days and eight auctions, held in the new sale room at Fasanenstrasse 27, a total turnover of EUR 23 million* was achieved. Never before were so many bidders active during a Villa Grisebach auction. more...

    Record Price For a Vintage Photograph in Germany

    Villa Grisebach’s Most Successful Photography Auction


    Berlin, June 4, 2015: The high point of Grisebach’s Photography auction was the extended, fierce bidding for the rare 1928 vintage print, “Dunkle Figur,” by Werner Rohde. A German buyer prevailed and ended up paying EUR 187,500* for the unusual photographic composition (estimate: EUR 2,000/3,000). The work by the artist from Worpswede thus became the most expensive vintage print ever sold in an auction in Germany. more …

    “Van Gogh to Twombly”
    Spring auctions at Villa Grisebach 3 – 6 June 2015


    Berlin, 26 May 2015: One of the leading lots of Grisebach’s spring offering in Berlin is an important early work by Vincent van Gogh. The portrait, “Head of a Peasant Woman: Right Profile,” from 1885 is the most valuable work by Vincent van Gogh to be offered in an auction in Germany since 1945. more … 



    Modern and Contemporary Photography at Villa Grisebach


    Berlin, 30 April 2015: On Wednesday, June 3 more than 250 works of modern and contemporary photography will be sold at Villa Grisebach in Berlin. more ...



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