Chess Set
Picasso, Vasarely & Co. for less than € 1,000
28.06.07 (aabykk) - art.auctions by Ketterer Kunst make it possible! On 7 July 2007, starting at 4 pm Central European daylight saving time, exciting works by internationally famous artists can be bought at the Ketterer Kunst live online auction Old Masters, Modern Art & Post War - and at very reasonable prices, too. Some 150 objects will be auctioned online for less than € 1,000 each.
The popularity of the "Great Names at Affordable Prices" concept is snowballing with both individual bidders and dealers. Young collectors especially, who have great affinities with art but have to budget carefully, are making with some real finds here.
The very attractive prices are bound to lure many bidders this time as well. In addition to some 18th and 19th-century works, including prints by Johann Jakob Dorner the Younger and Franz von Stuck, the auctionin the field of Modern and Contemporary Art is to feature such distinguished names as: Horst Antes, Lovis Corinth, Salvador Dalí, Otto Dix, Rupprecht Geiger, Erich Heckel, Horst Janssen, Pablo Picasso,R. B. Kitaj, Helmut Middendorf, Emil Schumacher, Pierre Soulages, Mark Tobey and Victor Vasarely.
Just a few works, including some by Willi Baumeister, Joseph Beuys and Victor Vasarely will be slightly more expensive: to take one example, the extraordinary Vasarely "Chess Set" could be yours for only € 2,300. It consists of 32 chessmen in cast acrylic resin and a colour silkscreen print of the artist’s laminated with Perspex as the board.
Starting now, all objects are being shown on our homepage under "Old Masters & Modern Art & Post War - July 07, 2007 - Catalogue". Bids in writing can already be entered there below detail views or directly at If you want to bid live online, you can register as from now.
Pre-sale viewings of the objects have been scheduled for 2-4 July 2007, every day from 11 am to 5 pm, at Ketterer Kunst, Meßberg 1, Hamburg.
art.auctions by Ketterer Kunst is part of the Ketterer Kunst Network. 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 the 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 19th-Century Art /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 and benefit auctions for charity as well as live auctions online are regular events at Ketterer Kunst.