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      • Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)
        Feb. 28, 2024

        Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)

        Est: -

        Composition, 1980, Acrylic on canvas (attached to cardboard), 45 x 25 cm, Signed and dated on recto and verso

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)
        Jan. 13, 2024

        Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)

        Est: -

        Composition, 1980, Acrylic on canvas (attached to cardboard), 45 x 25 cm, Signed and dated on recto and verso

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)
        Oct. 30, 2023

        Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)

        Est: -

        Composition, 1980, Acrylic on canvas (attached to cardboard), 45 x 25 cm, Signed and dated on recto and verso

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)
        Sep. 18, 2023

        Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)

        Est: -

        Composition, 1980, Acrylic on canvas (attached to cardboard), 45 x 25 cm, Signed and dated on recto and verso

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Antal Bíró, Untiled, 1952
        Sep. 12, 2023

        Antal Bíró, Untiled, 1952

        Est: £700 - £900

        Antal Bíró, French/Hungarian 1907-1990 - Untiled, 1952; gouache on paper, signed and dated upper right 'Antal Biro 21.9.1952' and stamped on the reverse 'Collection Bergman The Israel Museum Jerusalem', 24 x 27.3 cm (ARR) Provenance: The Charlotte Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Gilden's Arts Gallery, London, purchased from the above's estate sale in c.2003 (by repute); private collection Note: Charlotte Bergman (1903-2002) and her husband were major collectors of Modern art, befriending major figures such as Raoul Dufy, Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder and Henry Moore. Bergman was heavily involved in the establishment of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, later bequeathing much of her collection and her home that was located on the site to the museum. Other works from her collection were sold following her death in 2003. Works by Antal Bíró formed a large part of Bergman's collection. Bíró was part of a group of Hungarian artists including Simon Hantaï and Judit Reigl that shot to prominence in Post-War Paris, exploring a complex language of abstraction, influenced by existentialist philosophy.

        Roseberys
      • Antal Bíró, Untitled, 1966
        Sep. 12, 2023

        Antal Bíró, Untitled, 1966

        Est: £700 - £900

        Antal Bíró, French/Hungarian 1907-1990 - Untitled, 1966; gouache on paper, signed and dated lower left 'Antal Biro 27.11.1966' and stamped on the reverse 'Collection Bergman The Israel Museum Jerusalem', 14.3 x 21.7 cm (ARR) Provenance: The Charlotte Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Gilden's Arts Gallery, London, purchased from the above's estate sale in c.2003 (by repute); private collection Note: Charlotte Bergman (1903-2002) and her husband were major collectors of Modern art, befriending major figures such as Raoul Dufy, Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder and Henry Moore. Bergman was heavily involved in the establishment of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, later bequeathing much of her collection and her home that was located on the site to the museum. Other works from her collection were sold following her death in 2003. Works by Antal Bíró formed a large part of Bergman's collection. Bíró was part of a group of Hungarian artists including Simon Hantaï and Judit Reigl that shot to prominence in Post-War Paris, exploring a complex language of abstraction, influenced by existentialist philosophy. 

        Roseberys
      • Antal Bíró, Untitled, 1963
        Sep. 12, 2023

        Antal Bíró, Untitled, 1963

        Est: £700 - £900

        Antal Bíró, French/Hungarian 1907-1990 - Untitled, 1963; gouache on paper, signed and dated upper right 'Biro Antal 24.2.1963' and stamped on the reverse 'Collection Bergman The Israel Museum Jerusalem', 28.7 x 22 cm (ARR) Provenance: The Charlotte Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Gilden's Arts Gallery, London, purchased from the above's estate sale in c.2003 (by repute); private collection Note: Charlotte Bergman (1903-2002) and her husband were major collectors of Modern art, befriending major figures such as Raoul Dufy, Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder and Henry Moore. Bergman was heavily involved in the establishment of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, later bequeathing much of her collection and her home that was located on the site to the museum. Other works from her collection were sold following her death in 2003. Works by Antal Bíró formed a large part of Bergman's collection. Bíró was part of a group of Hungarian artists including Simon Hantaï and Judit Reigl that shot to prominence in Post-War Paris, exploring a complex language of abstraction, influenced by existentialist philosophy. 

        Roseberys
      • ANTAL BIRO ABSTRAKTE KOMPOSITION (1955)
        Dec. 09, 2022

        ANTAL BIRO ABSTRAKTE KOMPOSITION (1955)

        Est: €500 - €1,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907 Pozsony, Hungary - 1990 Székesfehérvár, Hungary ABSTRACT COMPOSITION (1955) Mixed media on panel. 60,5 x 89,5 cm (f. 61 x 91 cm). Signed and dated lower right 'Biro (19)55'. Part. dam., part. stained, slightly soiled. Frame. Provenance: Private collection Rhine-Ruhr. ANTAL BIRO 1907 Pozsony, Ungarn - 1990 Székesfehérvár, Ungarn ABSTRAKTE KOMPOSITION (1955) Mischtechnik auf Platte. 60,5 x 89,5 cm (R. 61 x 91 cm). Unten rechts signiert und datiert 'Biro (19)55'. Part. best., part. fleckig, leicht verschm. Rahmen. Provenienz: Privatsammlung Rhein-Ruhr.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • ANTAL BIRO SIGNED PAINTING HUNGARIAN ART 1961
        Nov. 17, 2022

        ANTAL BIRO SIGNED PAINTING HUNGARIAN ART 1961

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Four Red Stripes, 1961 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 65 x 50 cm / 25.6 x 19.7 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "8.10.1961" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro (1907-1990), 'Abstrakte Landschaft mit Sonne' und 'Marienkopf', 20. Jh.
        Jul. 16, 2022

        Antal Biro (1907-1990), 'Abstrakte Landschaft mit Sonne' und 'Marienkopf', 20. Jh.

        Est: €300 - €600

        Technik: Öl auf chamoisfarbenem Papier, verso mit Marienkopfzeichnung, Signatur: oben rechts signiert 'A. Biro', Maße: 24,6 x 40,2 cm, Provenienz: aus der Sammlung Charlotte Bergman, Zustand: gut, untere, linke Ecke knickfaltig + Technique: oil on buff paper, verso with a drawing of Mary's head, Signature: signed upper right 'A. Biro', Dimensions: 24.6 x 40.2 cm, Provenance: from the Charlotte Bergman collection, Condition: good, lower left corner creased

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • FRENCH MODERN IMPASTO OIL PAINTING BY ANTAL BIRO
        Jun. 25, 2022

        FRENCH MODERN IMPASTO OIL PAINTING BY ANTAL BIRO

        Est: $100 - $150

        Antal Biro, Hungarian, French, 1907 to 1990, impasto oil painting on board depicting a Figurative scene. Signed lower left. Antal Biro was a Hungarian Swedish artist. Biro studied art in Budapest 1940-1946 and in Rome and Paris 1946-1948. He has had exhibitions in Budapest, Vienna, Rome and Paris as well as several places in Sweden. Biros art was at first a realistic painting, but he switched to the more abstract and experimental painting. One of a kind artwork.

        Antique Arena Inc
      • Antal Biro (1907-1990), '(Ungarische) Landschaft' / '(Hungarian) landscape', 1960
        Jan. 04, 2022

        Antal Biro (1907-1990), '(Ungarische) Landschaft' / '(Hungarian) landscape', 1960

        Est: €300 - €600

        Technik: Aquarell auf Büttenkarton, Signatur: unten rechts signiert und datiert 'Antal Biro 1960', Maße: 28 x 35 cm, Zustand: gut

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • Antal Biro (1907-1990) "Mongius"
        Oct. 26, 2021

        Antal Biro (1907-1990) "Mongius"

        Est: €500 - €700

        Huile sur toile marouflée sur carton. Signé en bas à droite. Contresigné, titré et daté 1966 au dos. Oil on canvas laid down on board. Signed lower right. Signed, titled and dated 1966 at the back.

        Brussels Art Auctions
      • Antal Biro French, 1907-1990 Famille de Meteors, 1959
        Jul. 15, 2021

        Antal Biro French, 1907-1990 Famille de Meteors, 1959

        Est: $100 - $200

        Antal Biro French, 1907-1990 Famille de Meteors, 1959 Signed Antal Biro and dated 28.5.1959 (ll); inscribed 84 and as titled on the reverse Oil on paper 19 3/4 x 25 1/8 inches (50.2 x 63.8 cm) C An Apartment Decorated by Miles Redd

        Doyle New York
      • Antal Biro French, 1907-1990 Concretion, No. 2, 1960
        Jul. 15, 2021

        Antal Biro French, 1907-1990 Concretion, No. 2, 1960

        Est: $100 - $200

        Antal Biro French, 1907-1990 Concretion, No. 2, 1960 Signed Antal Biro and dated 14.5.1960 (ul); inscribed 121 and as titled on the reverse Oil on paper 25 1/2 x 20 1/4 inches( 64.8 x 51.4 cm) C An Apartment Decorated by Miles Redd

        Doyle New York
      • Antal Biro (1907-1990), '(Ungarische) Landschaft' / '(Hungarian) landscape', 1960
        Jul. 05, 2021

        Antal Biro (1907-1990), '(Ungarische) Landschaft' / '(Hungarian) landscape', 1960

        Est: €300 - €600

        Technik: Aquarell auf Büttenkarton, Signatur: unten rechts signiert und datiert 'Antal Biro 1960', Maße: 28 x 35 cm, Zustand: gut

        Auktionshaus Schwab
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Abstract Art 1950
        Jun. 03, 2021

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Abstract Art 1950

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Geometrical Composition on Squares Background, 1950-1953 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil and Collage Painting on canvas size: 50 x 50 cm / 19.6 x 19.6 in Additional Information: This original painting is signed by the artist "Biro" in the lower left corner. It is dated on the reverse of the canvas. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Good condition. Some surface dirt. Not framed. Note: This work will be shipped from Israel.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950-1952
        Jun. 03, 2021

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950-1952

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Figures / Alakok, 1950-1952 Technique: Original Signed and Oil Painting on Board size: 21 x 31 cm / 8.3 x 12.2 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink "Antal Biro" in th lower part. It is also signed and dated "Antal Biro 1950-52" verso and also stamped with the Bergman Collection stamp verso. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954
        Jun. 03, 2021

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Dancing Figures on Green Background, 1954 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 32 x 22.5 cm / 12.6 x 8.9 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1954" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Abstract Art 1950
        Jan. 27, 2021

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Abstract Art 1950

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Geometrical Composition on Squares Background, 1950-1953 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil and Collage Painting on canvas size: 50 x 50 cm / 19.6 x 19.6 in Additional Information: This original painting is signed by the artist "Biro" in the lower left corner. It is dated on the reverse of the canvas. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Good condition. Some surface dirt. Not framed. Note: This work will be shipped from Israel.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950-1952
        Jan. 27, 2021

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950-1952

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Figures / Alakok, 1950-1952 Technique: Original Signed and Oil Painting on Board size: 21 x 31 cm / 8.3 x 12.2 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink "Antal Biro" in th lower part. It is also signed and dated "Antal Biro 1950-52" verso and also stamped with the Bergman Collection stamp verso. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954
        Jan. 27, 2021

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Dancing Figures on Green Background, 1954 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 32 x 22.5 cm / 12.6 x 8.9 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1954" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • Painting, Antal Biro
        Jan. 16, 2021

        Painting, Antal Biro

        Est: $200 - $400

        Antal Biro (French, 1907-1990), Untitled (Abstract), 1968, acrylic on paper, signed and dated upper left, sheet (unframed): 12.25"h x 5.75"w

        Clars Auctions
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1962
        Nov. 04, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1962

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Purple and Black Abstraction, 1962 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 65 x 50 cm / 25.6 x 19.7 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed by the artist "Biro Antal" in the lower right corner. It is also dated "12.8.1962" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Some paper stuck tot he paint. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1961
        Nov. 04, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1961

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Four Red Stripes, 1961 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 65 x 50 cm / 25.6 x 19.7 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "8.10.1961" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Oil Painting Hungarian Art 1952 Abstract French
        Aug. 20, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Oil Painting Hungarian Art 1952 Abstract French

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Carnaval d'Etoiles, 1952 Technique: Original signed and dated Oil and collage on canvas size: 46 x 54.5 cm / 18.1 x 21.5 in Additional Information: This painting is signed and dated by the artist at the upper left part: "Antal Biro 21.4.1952". It is also titled and inscribed verso "Carnaval d'Etoiles; No. 52" It was painted in 1952. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Good condition. surface dirt. Note: This work will be shipped from Israel

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950-1952
        Aug. 20, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950-1952

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Figures / Alakok, 1950-1952 Technique: Original Signed and Oil Painting on Board size: 21 x 31 cm / 8.3 x 12.2 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink "Antal Biro" in th lower part. It is also signed and dated "Antal Biro 1950-52" verso and also stamped with the Bergman Collection stamp verso. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1961
        Aug. 20, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1961

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Four Red Stripes, 1961 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 65 x 50 cm / 25.6 x 19.7 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "8.10.1961" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRÓ Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1956 Abstraction French
        Aug. 20, 2020

        ANTAL BIRÓ Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1956 Abstraction French

        Est: $500 - $800

        ANTAL BIRÓ 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Abstraction 20.6.1956, 1956 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil & Goauche on paper size: 24 x 30 cm / 9.4 x 11.8 in Additional Information: This original work is hand signed by the artist in the lower left corner "Antal Biro". It is also dated by the artist 20.6.1956 next to the signature.. It was painted in 1956. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame Note: This work will be shipped from Israel This work will be shipped unframed

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro | Abstract Painting
        Jun. 27, 2020

        Antal Biro | Abstract Painting

        Est: $400 - $600

        A painting by French/Hungarian painter Antal Bíró (1907-1990). Signed in lower left corner. Condition: very good with no evident damage.

        Second Story Books
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950 Abstract
        May. 26, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950 Abstract

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Composition with Triangle and Circle, 1950 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Double Sided Oil Painting on Canvas size: 33.6 x 44.8 cm / 13.2 x 17.6 in Additional Information: Exhibited: "We Love You", Limoncello Gallery, London, 16th May to 20th June 2012. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. Condition: Good condition. Surface dirt and some colour lose around the margins, otherwise in good condition. Note: This work will be shipped from Israel, unframed.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Ink Drawing Hungarian Art 1952
        May. 26, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Ink Drawing Hungarian Art 1952

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Figures in Yellow Background, 1952 Technique: Original Signed, Dated Watercolour and Ink Drawing on Paper size: 24.5 x 15.5 cm / 9.6 x 6 in Additional Information: This original drawing is hand signed in black ink "Antal Biro" at the lower right corner. This artwork is also dated in black ink at the lower left corner "21.04.1952" (21st of April 1952) At the verso a stamp of the Bergman Collection. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Good condition. Unexamined outside the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950
        May. 26, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1950

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Homage to Klee, 1950-1952 Technique: Original Signed and Oil Painting on canvas size: 46 x 38 cm / 18.1 x 15 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed "Biro" in the upper left corner. It is also dated "1950-52" and inscribed "Collection Bergman, Jerusalem" verso. The work was painted in 1950-1952 in France. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1962
        May. 26, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1962

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Purple and Black Abstraction, 1962 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 65 x 50 cm / 25.6 x 19.7 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed by the artist "Biro Antal" in the lower right corner. It is also dated "12.8.1962" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Some paper stuck tot he paint. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954
        May. 26, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Dancing Figures on Green Background, 1954 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 32 x 22.5 cm / 12.6 x 8.9 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1954" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art Abstract
        Apr. 15, 2020

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art Abstract

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Yellow Composition with Turtle Technique: Original Signed Watercolour and Ink Drawing on paper size: 15.5 x 15.5 cm / 6 x 6 in Additional Information: This original drawing with ink is hand signed in black ink "Biro" at the lower right margin. At the recto the drawing is stamped with the Bergman Collection stamp. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. Condition: Very Good condition. Not examined outside the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Watercolour Hungarian Art 1949
        Dec. 11, 2019

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Watercolour Hungarian Art 1949

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Abstract Figure on Green Background, 1949 Technique: Original Signed Watercolour and Ink on paper size: 23 x 16 cm / 9.1 x 6.3 in Additional Information: This original work is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1949" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. One little scratch beside the upper margin. One little scratch in the lower right part.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1961
        Dec. 11, 2019

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1961

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Four Red Stripes, 1961 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 65 x 50 cm / 25.6 x 19.7 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "8.10.1961" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)
        Jul. 13, 2019

        Antal Biro (Hungarian - French - Swedish, 1907-1990)

        Est: -

        Composition, 1964, Mixed media on paper, 19 x 25 cm, Signed and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Watercolour Hungarian Art 1949
        Jun. 12, 2019

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Watercolour Hungarian Art 1949

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Abstract Figure on Green Background, 1949 Technique: Original Signed Watercolour and Ink on paper size: 23 x 16 cm / 9.1 x 6.3 in Additional Information: This original work is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1949" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. One little scratch beside the upper margin. One little scratch in the lower right part.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954
        Jun. 12, 2019

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1954

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Dancing Figures on Green Background, 1954 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil Painting on paper size: 32 x 22.5 cm / 12.6 x 8.9 in Additional Information: This original painting is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1954" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro, French (1907 - 1990) Ink on card "Abstract Figure". Signed lower left. Good condition.
        Mar. 20, 2019

        Antal Biro, French (1907 - 1990) Ink on card "Abstract Figure". Signed lower left. Good condition.

        Est: $100 - $200

        Antal Biro, French (1907 - 1990) Ink on card "Abstract Figure". Signed lower left. Good condition. Measures 7-5/8" x 4-3/8". (estimate $100-$200) Shipping $56.00

        Kodner Galleries
      • Antal Biro, Untitled, abstract figures, composition plaque, mounted and fra
        Oct. 30, 2018

        Antal Biro, Untitled, abstract figures, composition plaque, mounted and fra

        Est: £80 - £120

        Antal Biro, Untitled, abstract figures, composition plaque, mounted and framed, 61cm x 90cm.

        Gildings Auctioneers
      • Antal Biro, French (1907 - 1990) Ink on card "Abstract Figure"
        Jan. 24, 2018

        Antal Biro, French (1907 - 1990) Ink on card "Abstract Figure"

        Est: $200 - $400

        Antal Biro, French (1907 - 1990) Ink on card "Abstract Figure". Signed lower left. Good condition. Measures 7-5/8" x 4-3/8". Shipping $56.00 (estimate $200-$400)

        Kodner Galleries
      • ANTAL BIRO Signed Watercolour Hungarian Art 1949
        Nov. 28, 2017

        ANTAL BIRO Signed Watercolour Hungarian Art 1949

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        ANTAL BIRO 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Abstract Figure on Green Background, 1949 Technique: Original Signed Watercolour and Ink on paper size: 23 x 16 cm / 9.1 x 6.3 in Additional Information: This original work is hand signed in ink by the artist "Antal Biro" in the lower left corner. It is also dated "21.4.1949" next to the signature. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. One little scratch beside the upper margin. One little scratch in the lower right part.

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • ANTAL BIRÓ Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1956 Abstraction French
        Nov. 28, 2017

        ANTAL BIRÓ Signed Painting Hungarian Art 1956 Abstraction French

        Est: $500 - $800

        ANTAL BIRÓ 1907-1990 Pozsony 1907-1990 Székesfehérvár (Hungarian) Title: Abstraction 20.6.1956, 1956 Technique: Original Signed and Dated Oil & Goauche on paper size: 24 x 30 cm / 9.4 x 11.8 in Additional Information: This original work is hand signed by the artist in the lower left corner "Antal Biro". It is also dated by the artist 20.6.1956 next to the signature.. It was painted in 1956. Provenance: The Bergman Collection, The Israel Museum Jerusalem. Charlotte Bergman, who died in Jerusalem on July 17 2003, one month before her 99th birthday, was unique among the museum's benefactors. She lived on the premises of the Israel Museum for three decades, and died there. When she made aliyah from New York to Israel in the 60's, the Belgian-born Bergman brought her collection of modern art with her and helped Jerusalem ex-mayor Teddy Kollek found the museum. As the childless widow of an English architect, she promised to bequeath her paintings, sculptures and ceramics by such 20th century masters as Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to the museum. In return, she asked to build a home within the campus, sharing its security. She wouldn't have to put her treasures in a vault. She could live with them and savor them with her friends. After her death the museum plans to keep the white, single-story house and its 200 art works intact. Although he would not put a figure on it, they are believed to be worth many millions of dollars. They include a portrait in oils of a young Charlotte Bergman by Dufy, a personal friend, and a set of small-format Henry Moore bronzes, among other works of Picasso, Braque and other great 20th century masters. This work by Antal Biro was part of her extensive collection that was partly sold in 2003. Condition: Very good condition. Unexamined out of the frame Note: This work will be shipped from Israel This work will be shipped unframed

        Gilden's Art Gallery
      • Antal Biro (Hungarian, 1907-1990)
        Jun. 15, 2017

        Antal Biro (Hungarian, 1907-1990)

        Est: $300 - $400

        Antal Biro (Hungarian, 1907-1990), Abstract, 1959, oil on canvas, 46X55 cm, signed and dated.

        Ishtar Auctions Ltd
      • Antal Biro (Hungarian, 1907-1990)
        Jun. 15, 2017

        Antal Biro (Hungarian, 1907-1990)

        Est: $200 - $300

        Antal Biro (Hungarian, 1907-1990), Abstract, 1962, oil on paper, 65X50 cm, signed and dated.

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