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          • Breker, Arno (1900-1991) "Kneeling Girl", 285/499, signed/numbered, brown patinated bronze, cast "Venturi arte", on marble base, 24x18x24cm
            Mar. 02, 2024

            Breker, Arno (1900-1991) "Kneeling Girl", 285/499, signed/numbered, brown patinated bronze, cast "Venturi arte", on marble base, 24x18x24cm

            Est: -

            Breker, Arno (1900-1991) "Kneeling Girl", 285/499, signed/numbered, brown patinated bronze, cast "Venturi arte", on marble base, 24x18x24cm Breker, Arno (1900-1991) "Knieendes Mädchen", 285/499, sign./num., Bronze braun patiniert, Guss "Venturi arte", auf Marmorsockel, 24x18x24cm

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          • Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist),
            Feb. 24, 2024

            Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist),

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            Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), "Ulrike Meyfarth", bronze, green patina, signed, dated and inscribed on the plinth, Arno Breker Ulrike Meyfarth 1983, foundry mark Fondeur H.S.D (Herbert Schmäke, Kunstgießerei Düsseldorf), approx. 77 cm high Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, Studium an der Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, Bildhauer und Grafiker), "Ulrike Meyfarth", Bronze, grün patiniert, signiert, datiert und bezeichnet auf der Plinthe, Arno Breker Ulrike Meyfarth 1983, Gießerstempel Fondeur H.S.D (Herbert Schmäke, Kunstgießerei Düsseldorf), ca. 77 cm hoch

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          • Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist),
            Feb. 24, 2024

            Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist),

            Est: -

            Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), "Der Morgen", bronze, brown patina, signed and dated Arno Breker 1977, numbered 9/10, foundry mark Barth Rinteln, approx. 84.5 cm high Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, Studium an der Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, Bildhauer und Grafiker), "Der Morgen", Bronze, braun patiniert, signiert und datiert Arno Breker 1977, nummeriert 9/10, Gießerstempel Barth Rinteln, ca. 84.5 cm hoch

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          • Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist),
            Feb. 24, 2024

            Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist),

            Est: -

            Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, sculptor and graphic artist), "Die Sinnende", bronze, green patina, signed, dated and numbered Arno Breker 1980 252/999, foundry mark Venturi arte, approx. 37 cm high (incl. marble base) Breker, Arno (Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, Studium an der Kunstgewerbeschule Elberfeld, Bildhauer und Grafiker), "Die Sinnende", Bronze, grün patiniert, signiert, datiert und nummeriert Arno Breker 1980 252/999, Gießerstempel Venturi arte, ca. 37 cm hoch (inkl. Marmorsockel)

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          • Breker, Arno
            Feb. 16, 2024

            Breker, Arno

            Est: €100 - €150

            (1900 Elberfeld - Düsseldorf 1991). Sappho. - Hephaistos und Chairus. 2 (1 farb.) Lithographien aus: Hommage an Arno Breker bei R.Peyrefitte, Bonn 1980. Blgr. je ca. 33 x 25 cm. Hinter Passep. mont.

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          • Breker, Arno
            Feb. 16, 2024

            Breker, Arno

            Est: €80 - €120

            (1900 Elberfeld - Düsseldorf 1991). Diana. Lithographie in Rotbraun. 1982. Ca. 28 x 38 cm. In Bleistift sign. Gerahmt. D

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          • Breker, Arno
            Feb. 08, 2024

            Breker, Arno

            Est: €100 - €200

            Breker, Arno Elberfeld, 1900 - Düsseldorf, 1991 Blattgröße: 38 x 28 cm, o. R. Female nude, 1986. Etching on wove paper. Signed, dated and marked "Probedruck". Private collection, Bayern.

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          • Breker, Arno
            Feb. 08, 2024

            Breker, Arno

            Est: €400 - €600

            Breker, Arno Elberfeld, 1900 - Düsseldorf, 1991 30,5 x 23 cm, o. R. Female nude. Red chalk on wove paper, mounted on paper. Signed. Collection Dr. Alexander Tolnay, former curator of the Villa Merkel, Esslingen and former director of the Neuen Berliner Kunstverein.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Black marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 27 x 25 x 15 cm (without base); 35 cm (with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. Signed by Dalí. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 48.5 x 17 x 15 cm (without base); 58.6 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 28 x 16 x 15 cm (without base); 38 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dali Vision-The Eye of Wisdom" from the series "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dali Vision-The Eye of Wisdom" from the series "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dali Vision-The Eye of Wisdom" from the series "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Polychrome bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 21 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 32 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base. Signed by Arno Breker. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of Salvador Dalí's birth", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 28 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 36 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975.
            Jan. 10, 2024

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 36 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 46 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • Arno Breker, 1900 Elberfeld-1991 Düsseldorf, girl with
            Dec. 29, 2023

            Arno Breker, 1900 Elberfeld-1991 Düsseldorf, girl with

            Est: €2,850 - €5,000

            Arno Breker, 1900 Elberfeld-1991 Düsseldorf, girl with headscarf, bronze sculpture, signed and numbered. 321/499, foundry stamp Venturi Arte, height approx. 21cm, orig. Marble base, total. approx. 24cm . German Description: Arno Breker, 1900 Elberfeld-1991 Düsseldorf, Mädchen mit Kopftuch, Bronzeskulptur, signiertund num. 321/499, Gießerstempel Venturi Arte, H. ca. 21cm, orig. Marmorsockel, Gesamth. ca. 24cm

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          • Breker, Arno.
            Dec. 13, 2023

            Breker, Arno.

            Est: €1,000 - €1,500

            (19 July 1900 - 13 February 1991). Frauenakt mit erhobenen Armen und Blick in den Himmel. Bronzefigur auf Marmorsockel. In Plinthe sign. A.Breker 1983, sowie Nr. 4/250 Ex. Modell wohl nach dem Frauenmodel "Eros". H: ohne Sockel: 25 cm.

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          • Breker, Arno
            Dec. 13, 2023

            Breker, Arno

            Est: €600 - €900

            (1900 Elberfeld - Düsseldorf 1991). Zwei stehende weibliche Akte, in gegenseitiger Haltung, auf ovaler Plinthe. Bronze mit unregemäßiger Patinierung. H: ca. 24 cm. Oben auf Plinthe sign. - Beide Hände des linken weibl. Aktes abgebrochen. D

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Black marble base.
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Black marble base.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Black marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 27 x 25 x 15 cm (without base); 35 cm (with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base.
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. Signed by Dalí. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 48.5 x 17 x 15 cm (without base); 58.6 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 21 x 15.5 x 22 cm (without base); 31 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Marble base.
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Marble base.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Partially gilded bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of Salvador Dalí's birth", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 42 x 15.5 x 15.5 cm (without base); 50 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 29 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 39.5 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker.
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 28 x 16 x 15 cm (without base); 38 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dali Vision-The Eye of Wisdom" from the series "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Polychrome bronze. Marble base
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dali Vision-The Eye of Wisdom" from the series "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Polychrome bronze. Marble base

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dali Vision-The Eye of Wisdom" from the series "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Polychrome bronze. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 21 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 32 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated and gilded bronze. Marble base. Signed by Arno Breker. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of Salvador Dalí's birth", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 28 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 36 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base.
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base.

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 36 x 15.5 x 15 cm (without base); 46 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base
            Dec. 12, 2023

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base

            Est: €8,000 - €10,000

            ARNO BREKER (Elberfeld, Germany, 1900-Düsseldorf, Germany, 1991) & SALVADOR DALÍ I DOMÈNECH (Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989). "Dalí-Morphosis", 1974-1975. Patinated bronze with traces of gilding. Marble base. Signed and dated by Arno Breker. With stamp of the Venturi Arte Bologna Foundry. Exhibitions: - "Homage to Salvador Dalí", Schloss Nörvenich, Germany, inaugurated by Philip VI, at that time prince, 1991. - Centenary of the birth of Salvador Dalí", 2004, under the patronage of HM Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain. Measurements: 35 x 20 x 15 cm (without base); 46 cm (height with base). It was 1974 when Salvador Dalí invited Arno Breker, a German sculptor for whom he felt great admiration, to the inauguration of the Dalí Museum in Figueras, Spain. There the German exhibited a marble bust of Jean Cocteau that Dalí himself had requested, narrating the experience as "After his speech, he himself led the guests through the museum. And when we reached the room where the bust was, he asked, "Where is Breker?" They looked for me and I approached him. Dalí's conversation turned to me. In front of the audience he hugged me tightly and thanked me for having presented the Cocteau bust to the museum. So from one moment to the next they took the bust away from me. But Dalí did it with such charm that I couldn't say no." (excerpt from the book Schriften by Arno Breker). The following year, and following the harmony between the two artists during the meeting, they began a collaboration that culminated in the realization of 10 unique and unrepeatable sculptures. For this purpose, Breker made exceptional portraits of the Figueras artist, which were later intervened by Dalí himself, giving them his unmistakable surrealist touch. Painter and sculptor, Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest exponents of the surrealist movement. His work greatly influenced the course of surrealism during the twenties and thirties, being acclaimed as the creator of the paranoiac-critical method, an essential combination of the real with the imaginary. Most of his production is gathered in the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueras, followed by the collection of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg (Florida), the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades (California), the Espace Dalí in Montmartre (Paris) or the Dalí Universe in London. Arno Breker entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf in 1920, and in 1927 he moved to Paris, where he became familiar with the works of Rodin and Charles Despiau. In 1931 he went to Rome. During a trip to Florence he saw Michelangelo's David, which meant for him "like a cosmic call, like an order, pure occultism" to dedicate himself to a realistic and harmonious sculpture. In 1936, on the occasion of the Berlin Olympic Games, he received the commission for three statues for the stadium. In 1938, he received the commission for two monumental statues for the entrance of the New Chancellery, which would mark the destiny of his work. A week later, when he presented the project for The Torchbearer and The Swordbearer, Adolf Hitler was won over by the designs, which marked the beginning of the most fruitful period of Breker's career as he became the official sculptor of the regime. Until 1945, he sculpted for squares and avenues in the capital of the Third Reich. However, during World War II, not even a quarter of his works were spared from enemy bombardment and vandalism by the invading troops. After World War II, Breker continued to devote himself to both architecture and sculpture, as shown by the building in Cologne for an insurance company in 1955, or the equestrian statue of Mohammed V, King of Morocco. Some well-known faces portrayed by this sculptor are Salvador Dalí, Ezra Pound, the athlete Ulrike Meyfarth and Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

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          • Breker, Arno (1900 Elberfeld-Düsseldorf 1991)
            Dec. 09, 2023

            Breker, Arno (1900 Elberfeld-Düsseldorf 1991)

            Est: €1,200 - €1,400

            Skulptur "Grazie". Bronze, braune Patina. Unter dem Bein sign. und Ex. 118/300 sowie Gießerstempel "venturi arte". H. ca. 26 cm.

            Dannenberg
          • Breker, Arno (1900 Elberfeld-Düsseldorf 1991)
            Dec. 09, 2023

            Breker, Arno (1900 Elberfeld-Düsseldorf 1991)

            Est: €1,200 - €1,400

            Skulptur "Junge Venus". Bronze, schwarz-braune Patina (unwesentliche Kratzer). Seitlich am Bein sign. und Ex. 190/300 sowie Gießerstempel "venturi arte". H. ca. 19,5 cm.

            Dannenberg
          • Breker, Arno (1900 Elberfeld-Düsseldorf 1991)
            Dec. 09, 2023

            Breker, Arno (1900 Elberfeld-Düsseldorf 1991)

            Est: €1,500 - €1,800

            Skulptur "Die Sinnende". Bronze, braune Patina. Seitlich an Plinthe sign., Ex. 280/999 und dat. 1980 sowie Gießerstempel "venturi arte". H. ca. 35 cm. Auf weißem Marmorsockel (min. best.).

            Dannenberg
          • Arno Breker (1900-1991) L’Aurore
            Dec. 08, 2023

            Arno Breker (1900-1991) L’Aurore

            Est: €1,200 - €1,800

            Arno Breker (1900-1991) L’Aurore Bronze à patine mordorée Signé “ A. Breker ” sur la terrasse Porte la marque du fondeur “ GUSS BARTH BERLIN” H. 16 cm terrasse L. 21,5 x P.5,5 cm Ce bronze est une réduction de la sculpture monumentale L’Aurore réalisée par Arno Breker pour le bâtiment de l’Ehrenhof à Düsseldorf en 1926. Fils de sculpteur, Arno Breker intègre l’école des Beaux-Arts de Düsseldorf dès 1919 puis s’installe à Paris en 1925 où il se forme auprès de Despiau et admire l’oeuvre de Maillol. Après un séjour en Italie, il revient en Allemagne en 1937. Il sculpte sous l’influence des canons de la Grèce antique des figures aux canons athlétiques. Littérature en rapport : -Schleswig-Holstein-Haus, Zur Kiskussion gestellt : der Bildhauer Arno Breker, cat. exp. Schleswig-Holstein-Haus, Schwerin, 22 juillet-22 octobre 2006, Schwerin, CW Verlagsgruppe, 2006, modèle illustré p. 105 ; -Jürgen Trimborn, Arno Breker : der Künstler und die Machet : di Biographie, Berlin, Aufbau, 2011.

            Crait-Muller
          • Arno BREKER (1900-1991), ''Armor und Psyche'' (1988/ lila), Radierung.
            Dec. 08, 2023

            Arno BREKER (1900-1991), ''Armor und Psyche'' (1988/ lila), Radierung.

            Est: -

            Arno BREKER (1900-1991), ''Armor und Psyche'' (1988/ lila), Radierung, sign. und num., Expl. I/XXV, Papier: ca. 39 x 46,7 cm, Platte: ca. 20,5 x 29 cm, Wasserzeichen Hahnemühle, Bogen partiell verfärbt, u.re. Ecke leicht geknickt.

            Auktionshaus Königstein GmbH
          • Arno Breker (1900-1991) act of love
            Dec. 08, 2023

            Arno Breker (1900-1991) act of love

            Est: €100 -

            Color lithography/paper, hand-signed Arno Breker on the right and E.A (Epreuve d'Artiste) on the left, sheet H 50 cm x W 65 cm, glazed frame 52 x 67 cm

            Antikauktion Krefeld
          • Arno Breker (1900-1991) female nude,
            Dec. 08, 2023

            Arno Breker (1900-1991) female nude,

            Est: €100 -

            Color lithograph/paper, hand-signed Arno Breker on the right and numbered 17/50 on the left, sheet H 65 cm x W 48 cm, glazed frame 67 x 50 cm

            Antikauktion Krefeld
          • Arno Breker Young Venus. Circa 1978
            Dec. 07, 2023

            Arno Breker Young Venus. Circa 1978

            Est: €1,500 - €1,800

            Arno Breker 1900 Elberfeld - 1990 Düsseldorf Young Venus. Circa 1978 Bronze, greenish patinated. Incised artists name and foundry stamp "Venturi Arte" on the right lower leg. Surface slightly rubbed in places, base with significant rubbing. 19.5 x 25 x 16 cm.

            Neumeister
          • Arno Breker
            Dec. 01, 2023

            Arno Breker

            Est: €180 - €360

            (1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf) Kollektion von zwei Objekten und einem Buch 3-tlg.; Lithographie, um 1980, sign. u. nummeriert 40/250; Bronzemedaille mit Hl. Georg, im Etui; Autobiographie "Im Strahlungsfeld der Ereignisse. 1925 - 1965", Preußisch Oldendorf, Verlag K. W. Schütz KG, 1972, sign. u. dat. "Einem Kunstfreund Weihnacht 1973", Schutzumschlag mit Läsuren. Medaillen-D. 4 cm; Lithographie-Blatt 44,5 cm x 53,5 cm. A collection of a lithograph, a bronze medal and a book by Breker. The lithograph hand-signed and numbered 40/250, the book hand-signed and dated 1973. Flaws to the wrapper.

            Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
          • Arno Breker
            Dec. 01, 2023

            Arno Breker

            Est: €280 - €560

            (1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf) Sappho mit Knabe Radierung mit Plattenton/Bütten, 1975. Trockenstempel (Blindstempel) des Herausgebers "Galerie Marco Edition Bonn - Paris". Plattenmaß 31,5 cm x 23,5 cm; Blatt 47,5 cm x 38 cm. Etching on laid paper, 1975. Hand-signed and numbered 27/30. Dry stamp (blind stamo) of the publisher.

            Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
          • ARNO BREKER
            Dec. 01, 2023

            ARNO BREKER

            Est: €1,200 - €2,400

            ARNO BREKER 1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf 'DANCER' (1977) Bronze, dark brown patinated. H. 29,5 cm, weight 5,4 kg. Signed, dated and numbered '91/300' on the reverse. Artist during National Socialism. Part. min. rubbed. ARNO BREKER 1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf 'TÄNZERIN' (1977) Bronze, dunkelbraun patiniert. H. 29,5 cm, Gew. 5,4 kg. Rückseitig signiert, datiert und nummeriert '91/300'. Künstler im Nationalsozialismus. Part. min. ber. Bitte beachten Sie, dass bei diesem Objekt wegen der Abgeltung des gesetzlichen Folgerechts § 26 UrhG eine pauschale Umlage von 2% auf den Zuschlagpreis zu entrichten ist. Please note that this lot has a flat-rated charge of 2% of the hammer price which will be payable to satisfy the provisions of the statutory resale right pursuant to art. 26 of the German Copyright Act (Urhebergesetz, UrhG).

            Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
          • ARNO BREKER
            Dec. 01, 2023

            ARNO BREKER

            Est: €1,200 - €2,400

            ARNO BREKER 1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf GIRL IN LOVE Bronze, dark brown patinated. Weight 3,3 kg. Signed on the side, numbered '235/300' and foundry stamp 'venturi arte'. Artist in the National Socialism. Part. min. touched. ARNO BREKER 1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf 'VERLIEBTES MÄDCHEN' Bronze, dunkelbraun patiniert. Gew. 3,3 kg. Seitlich signiert, nummeriert '235/300' und Gießereistempel 'venturi arte'. Künstler im Nationalsozialimus. Part. min. ber. Bitte beachten Sie, dass bei diesem Objekt wegen der Abgeltung des gesetzlichen Folgerechts § 26 UrhG eine pauschale Umlage von 2% auf den Zuschlagpreis zu entrichten ist. Please note that this lot has a flat-rated charge of 2% of the hammer price which will be payable to satisfy the provisions of the statutory resale right pursuant to art. 26 of the German Copyright Act (Urhebergesetz, UrhG).

            Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
          • Arno Breker - eleven lithographs on paper
            Dec. 01, 2023

            Arno Breker - eleven lithographs on paper

            Est: -

            Arno Breker, 70er Jahre, elf Lithographien auf Papier, in Druck signiert "A. Breker", teilweise datiert, Maße je ca. 48 x 31 cm. Leichte Lagerspuren, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Condition: I -

            Hermann Historica GmbH
          • Breker, Arno: Gerhart Hauptmann
            Nov. 30, 2023

            Breker, Arno: Gerhart Hauptmann

            Est: €900 - €1,200

            Gerhart Hauptmann. -- Bronze mit schwarzbrauner Patina auf schwarzem Marmorsockel. 12 x 10 x 9 cm (Gesamthöhe mit Sockel 21,5 cm). Seitlich links unter dem Hals signiert "Breker" und datiert. 1945. -- -- Die Büste des Dramatikers modellierte Arno Breker 1941/42 zum 80. Geburtstag von Gerhart Hauptmann in Berlin. Eine große Bronzefassung wurde 1988 vor dem Kultur- und Bildungszentrum Haus Schlesien in Königswinter - Heisterbacherrott aufgestellt. Mit nachdenklich-sinnendem, doch wachem Ausdruck sind Hauptmanns Gesichtszüge naturalistisch wiedergegeben, fein und detailreich die einzelnen Strähnen seiner wallenden Haare ausgestaltet. Lebendiger Guss mit tiefdunkler Patina. Beigegeben eine Bronzebüste "Margarete Hauptmann", signiert "H. Schneider", 1930. -- -- - Literatur: Antje Johanning: Die Sammlungen Gerhart Hauptmanns aus dem Besitz Anja Hauptmanns, Dresden 2006, S. 59 mit Abb. -- Errata/Addenda:Die Arbeit ist nicht wie im Printkatalog angegeben signiert "A. Breker" und datiert, sondern lediglich signiert "Breker".-- - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. -- - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

            Galerie Bassenge
          • Arno Breker, sig.
            Nov. 25, 2023

            Arno Breker, sig.

            Est: -

            Elberfeld 1900 - 1991 Düsseldorf, 'Amphitrite', 1977, Bronze, braun patiniert, 151/300, Venturi Arte, H = 31,5 cm

            Auktionshaus Arnold
          • Breker, Arno
            Nov. 24, 2023

            Breker, Arno

            Est: -

            1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf. Zwei Farblithographien. Kniender, weiblicher Akt. Mythologische Szene. Jeweils u.r. mit Bleistift sign. U.l. 19/50 num. bzw. 5/50 num. (Min. stockfl.). Jeweils 48 x 37 cm. Lit.: 1,14.

            Peege Auktionshaus
          • Breker, Arno
            Nov. 24, 2023

            Breker, Arno

            Est: -

            1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf. Farblithogr. Kniender, weiblicher Akt. U.r. mit Bleistift sign. U.l. 38/100 num. Prägestempel: Galerie Marco Edition Paris Bonn. (Gebr., leicht fleckig). 43 x 25 cm. Lit.: 1,14.

            Peege Auktionshaus
          • Breker, Arno
            Nov. 23, 2023

            Breker, Arno

            Est: -

            1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf. Kniendes Mädchen. Bronze, braun patiniert. Seitl. r. Künstlersignet u. 447/499 num. Ovaler Marmorsockel. H. 20 cm. Zertifikat: Artes. Breker-Edition MARCO, Bonn-Paris.

            Peege Auktionshaus
          • Arno Breker
            Nov. 18, 2023

            Arno Breker

            Est: €1,000 - €5,000

            Arno Breker 1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Köln attr. - Tänzer Lifar - Gips. Schwarz patiniert. H. 132 cm. Klebeettikett bez.: Arno Breker. Rest.bed. - Prov.: Privatsammlung Bildhauer und Grafiker. Studium an der Düsseldorfer Akademie bei H. Netzer und W. Kreis. Professor an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Berlin. Für die Figur soll der Ballettetänzer Sergei Michailowitsch Lifar Model gestanden haben. Er war in Paris ein berühmter Balletttänzer und späterer Choreograf bei Sergei Djagilews Ballets Russes.

            Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
          • Breker, Arno. Nach dem Bade. Aquarell
            Nov. 11, 2023

            Breker, Arno. Nach dem Bade. Aquarell

            Est: €1,000 - €1,500

            Breker, Arno. Nach dem Bade. Aquarell und Bleistift auf Aquarellpapier. Signiert unten rechts mit Bleistift. Passepartout-Ausschnitt: 35,5 x 24,5 cm. Unter Passepartout montiert, in gutem Zustand.

            Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
          • Breker, Arno: Ludwig van Beethoven
            Nov. 04, 2023

            Breker, Arno: Ludwig van Beethoven

            Est: €1,200 - €1,400

            Arno Breker 1900 Elberfeld - 1991 Düsseldorf Deutscher Bildhauer und Architekt; Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen u. a. 1985 im Museum of European Art New York, 1990 im Museum Europäische Kunst, 2000 Jahrhundert-Ausstellung im Alten Museum Berlin. Ludwig van Beethoven Bronze, grünlich patiniert; H 16 cm; bezeichnet "ABreker"

            Peter Karbstein - Kunst und Auktionshaus
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