Fine Art Auction
| 139 objects    | 2950 registered bidders 05-25-2024 03:56:32 CET deutsch deutsch
start   |   register   |    buy   |    sell   |    terms   |    guaranty & security   |    contact   |    privacy policy

 

Artist/ Keyword/ Object-no. Min. € Max. €

Art Auctions
1945 - now  (61)
Abstract Art Post-War Bauhaus Conceptual art / Minimalism Expressionism Figurative Painting (40s-60s ) Figurative Painting (70s - contemporary) Informal Photography Pop art ZERO
1900 - 1945  (78)
19th Century Abstract Art Post-War Dada Expressionism Figurative Painting (1900-30s ) Figurative Painting (40s-60s ) Impressionism New Objectivity Worpswede


Important Artists
at Fine Art Auctions:
A - G     H - O     P - Z

+++ Please note our changes regarding final purchase price and shipping charges +++



Art (1945-contemporary) > Abstract Art Post-War Mark Tobey - Biography

Mark Tobey - Watercolor

Starting bid:
4,000 EUR

Estimate:
5,000 EUR
Seller:

Item location:
Object number:
Munich, Germany
121000103

Starting bid:
Page views:
End of offer:
4,000 EUR
33
06-15-24 15:00:00 Berlin
06-15-24 09:00:00 New York
06-15-24 06:00:00 Los Angeles
(21 days, 11h:03m)

Please enter your maximum bid:
Bid plus 32 % buyer's premium (differential taxation without separate VAT statement, sales tax certificate upon request) and droit de suite charge without VAT.
Self pick-up: free of charge,
insured shipping:
within Germany 55,36 €,
within the EU countries 97,30 €,
outside the EU countries on request.

After entering your maximum bid you will be able to check your entry and you will be provided with further information. Only after a further confirmation your bid will be binding.

Ohne Titel. 1968.
Watercolor on creme paper, mounted on Japon in corners.
Bottom left signed and dated. 27.5 x 39.5 cm (10.8 x 15.5 in). Backing paper: 49,5 x 59,8 cm (19,5 x 23,5 in).
[AR].
• Tender and harmonious work from the artist's late creative period.
• Tobey is considered a precursor of American "Abstract Expressionism".
• In 1959 and 1964 the artist participated in documenta II and III in Kassel
.

PROVENANCE: Theodor Ahrenberg Collection, Stockholm.
Private collection (acquired from the above).

In good condition. Slightly browned. Sheet edges irregularly trimmed. Only the backing paper with isolated faint creases and rubbing, as well as with isolated foxed spots and with faint traces of mounting showing through from recto along the upper edge, with a few tiny holes from the mounting.
For information concerning the condition, please view the high resolution image / backside image.

 
New Users
Your username

Password

Cookies must be enabled to log in.

Forgot your password?


FAQ

1. 
5-Year-Guaranty
5-year-guaranty of authenticity
2. 
Right of Revocation
It's easy
3. 
Safe Handling
Safe Shipping