Picasso & Co for as little as € 100 from Ketterer Kunst
(kk) - After the resounding success of our first live online auction in September - more than 500 bidders were online then - art.auctions at Ketterer Kunst is following it up with a second online live auction on November 4, 2006. Carrying estimates ranging between only € 100 and € 3,000, some 150 objects will go under the hammer from 4 pm on that day under the auspices of the Modern Art & Post War auction.
With this live online auction Ketterer Kunst hopes to involve a young public with the fascination of the art world since great art can be acquired online at bargain prices.
To take one example, the Pablo Picasso lithograph "Dibujos de Picasso" carries an estimate of € 700. And, whereas the estimate for the 1955 Erich Heckel woodcut "Zinnien" [“Zinnias”] is € 1000, at this auction Friedensreich Hundertwasser's color serigraphy "Good Morning City" is being offered for sale at € 1,200-1,500.
In addition this forum for international art is showcasing such illustrious names as:
Alt, Eduard Barheer, Georg Baselitz, Willi Baumeister, Arno Breker, Alexander Calder, Lovis Corinth, Karl Fred Dahmen, Salvator Dalí, Raoul Dufy, Max Ernst, HAP Grieshaber, Renato Guttuso, Karl Hartung, Rudolf Hauser, Horst Janssen, Wassily Kandinsky, Cesar Klein, Fritz Koenig, KÄthe Kollwitz, Alfred Kubin, Fernand Léger, Roy Lichtenstein, Marino Marini, Otto Mueller, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Emil Nolde, Hermann Max Pechstein, Otto Piene, Heimrad Prem, Franz Radziwill, Arnulf Rainer, Bernard Schultze, Renée Sintenis, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tàpies, Maurice Utrillo and HP Zimmer.
More information and images of all objects are available here
Those interested in bidding live can register from October 25, 2006 with our partner Ebay Inc., U.S.A. at www.liveauctions.ebay.com. From that date all objects can also be viewed there and advance bids in writing can also be sent in.
Pre-sale viewings of the works to be sold at auction are scheduled for November 2 and 3 from 11 am to 5 pm at Ketterer Kunst, Am Meßberg 1, Hamburg.
Since it was founded in 1954, Ketterer Kunst has been firmly
established in the front ranks of auction houses dealing in art and
rare books. While our Munich headquarters in the Prinz-Alfons-Palais is
responsible for the two traditional annual auctions of Modern
Art & Post War, the Meßberghof in Hamburg
is the venue for two auctions a year each based on the following
fields: Old Masters and Art of the 19th Century/Marine Art
and Rare Books - Autographs - Manuscripts - Decorative Prints as well
as Modern Art & Post War, with a focus on works on
paper. In addition, exhibitions, special auctions and benefit auctions
for charity are regular events at Ketterer Kunst.
Hamburg, October 16, 2006