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AFTER MARC CHAGALL (Peskowatik bei Witebsk 1887 - 1985 Saint-Paul-de-Vence), Bonjour Paris, 1939

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Estymacje: 200 - 500 EUR
Dodatkowe opłaty: +5% / 3% Droit de suite
AFTER MARC CHAGALL*
(Peskowatik bei Witebsk 1887 - 1985 Saint-Paul-de-Vence)
Bonjour Paris, 1939
color lithography/paper, 62,8 x 47,2 cm
signed in stone Marc Chagall and labelled Marc Chagall "Bonjour Paris" 1938 - Ch. Sorlier Grav. Lith., from the Edition Euro Art
Provenance: private property Vienna

ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 500
START € 200


French-Russian painter of Jewish origin of the 20th century. Part of the Parisian avant-garde, representative of Expressionism and painter-poet. From 1906 student of the Jewish-Lithuanian painter Jedua Pen, a representative of the Jewish Renaissance in Belarusian art. From 1907 studied in St. Petersburg in the school of the Imperial Society for the Promotion of the Arts directed by Nicholas Roerich, and for a short time also at the private school Saidenberg. From 1908 to 1910 studies at the school of Léon Bakst with Yelizaveta Zvantseva. From 1910 with scholarship of his patron Maxim Winawer in Paris, already own studio near the Gare Montparnasse. In 1912 he moved into a studio in the artists' settlement founded by Alfred Boucher, cultivated contacts Guillaume Apollinaire, Max Jacob, Blaise Cendrars, Robert Delaunay, Albert Gleizes, Fernand Léger and Amedeo Modigliani. Visited the Louvre, impressed by Fauvism and Cubism studied the works of Henri Matisse, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin. Took part in the Salon des Indépendants and the Salon d'Automne himself. From 1913 through Herwarth Walden also exhibitions in Galerie Sturm in Berlin, then also contact with Paul Cassirer. 1919 founded the Vitebsk Art School, with representatives of the Russian avant-garde such as Kazimir Malevich, El Lissitzky, Ivan Albertovich Puni and Dawid Jakerson as teachers. Emigrated to the USA in 1941, there contact with Fernand Léger, Piet Mondrian and André Masson. 1948 return to France. Themes of his representations come from the Bible, circus and theater worlds and his love for Paris. Dreamlike and symbolic representations, floating lovers with recurring symbols such as the Eiffel Tower as a symbol of heaven and freedom and the rooster as a symbol of fertility.



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The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked ° in the catalog), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13% is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.
Aukcja
Masterpieces, May 19th
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Data
19 maja 2022
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Cena wywoławcza
200 EUR
Estymacje
200 - 500 EUR
Wyświetleń: 22 | Ulubione: 0
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Purchase price

The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

In the case of normal taxation (marked ° in the catalog), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13% is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium.

 

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Objects of art are insured against loss and damage until the end of the collection period, up to the amount of the highest bid. Thereafter, the art object is insured only up to a maximum of 6 months after invoicing, if there is no delay in payment.

 

Place of jurisdiction, choice of law

Place of jurisdiction and place of performance for all legal relationships is 1010 Vienna. Austrian substantive law shall apply.

 

Terms of Auction

Extract from the Rules of Procedure, as of April 2022

 

The auctions are conducted in accordance with the Rules of Procedure of the Widder Auctions of Kunsthandel Widder GmbH. The exact wording of these rules is available at the auction house and can be downloaded from www.widderauktionen.com.

 

Estimated prices, starting price, minimum sale price, limit, hammer price

In object descriptions, an upper and lower estimated price is stated in euros. The highest bid is expected within this range. The starting price is also stated online. As a rule, the starting price is the lower estimated price, but it

can be set higher or lower. The auctioneer increases the price by steps of approx. 10%, although it is possible to deviate from this. The highest bid wins, provided that the minimum selling price has been reached. If the seller decides not to sell the object below a fixed price, this is called the minimum sale price or limit. If this is not reached, the sale is considered conditional. Highest bidders are obliged to pay the purchase price within 7 days after invoicing.

 

Purchase price

The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

In the case of normal taxation (marked ° in the catalog), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13% is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium.

 

Resale Right

Items marked * are subject to the resale right. This will be charged in the form of a surcharge on the highest bid. It only applies to highest bids over € 2,499.99 and is staggered: for the first € 50,000 4% will be charged. Thereafter, for each additional €150,000, 3% and 1% respectively, and for €500,000 and above, 0.25%. The maximum resale right charge is 12,500 €.

 

Authenticity guarantee

The auction house vouches for the authenticity of the object to the buyer within two years and guarantees that the object is indeed by the named artist.

 

Catalog information and description

Details of technique, signature, material, condition, provenance, etc. are provided by experts of the auction house. However, no guarantee is given for the correctness of this information.

The descriptions of the objects mean: first and last name of the artist with life data: an authentic work of the artist. "Signed" or "monogrammed": a clearly attributable work by the artist. "Attributed": a probably, but not necessarily authentic, work by the artist. "Circle": a work created within the artist's sphere of influence. "Inscribed": a probably authentic work, but not signed by the artist's hand. "Workshop": a work created in the artist's immediate environment. "School": a work created in temporal and stylistic proximity to the artist. "Succession": a stylistically related work created in the artist's succession.

 

Purchase orders

Interested parties may submit purchase orders in writing and online or bid by telephone. A completed and signed bid form must be received in a timely manner prior to the auction. The auction house will bid for written bids up to the stated highest bid.

 

Telephone Bids

Interested parties have the possibility to bid by telephone. The auction house will make every effort to reach the telephone number provided. If no telephone connection can be established, the auction house can bid for the interested parties up to the lower estimated price of the object. In this case, the auction house is not obliged to execute the bid.

 

Online Bidding, Live Bidding

Bidders can place pre-bids and bid live on www.widderauktionen.com as well as on external auction platforms.

 

Insurance

Objects of art are insured against loss and damage until the end of the collection period, up to the amount of the highest bid. Thereafter, the art object is insured only up to a maximum of 6 months after invoicing, if there is no delay in payment.

 

Place of jurisdiction, choice of law

Place of jurisdiction and place of performance for all legal relationships is 1010 Vienna. Austrian substantive law shall apply.

 

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