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    • Basilius Grundmann (1726-1798)
      Nov. 17, 2021

      Basilius Grundmann (1726-1798)

      Est: €2,000 - €3,000

      Basilius Grundmann (1726-1798), I. The Flight to Egypt II. Joseph and Mary with the Christ Child, both signed and dated 'Grundmann 1790' (lower left/lower right), both oil on copper, 32x25 cm,

      Venduehuis der Notarissen
    • Basilius Grundmann. 1726 Weimar (?) - 1798 Esterházy bei Raab (Györ). War Schüler von Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich in Dresden. 1762 Hofmaler des Fürsten Esterházy, 1768 auch für den Fürsten von Liechtenstein in Wien tätig.
      Apr. 15, 2016

      Basilius Grundmann. 1726 Weimar (?) - 1798 Esterházy bei Raab (Györ). War Schüler von Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich in Dresden. 1762 Hofmaler des Fürsten Esterházy, 1768 auch für den Fürsten von Liechtenstein in Wien tätig.

      Est: -

      {Basilius Grundmann. 1726 Weimar (?) - 1798 Esterházy bei Raab (Györ). War Schüler von Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich in Dresden. 1762 Hofmaler des Fürsten Esterházy, 1768 auch für den Fürsten von Liechtenstein in Wien tätig.} Rs. Zuschreibung von alter Hand. Darstellung eines bärtigen heiligen Mönches mit Buch, Schädel, Federkiel und Taube am linken Ohr. Öl/Kupfer. 18,5 x 13 cm. R

      Auktionshaus Michael Zeller
    • B. Grundmann, Female Chryselephantine, Germany, c. 1900
      Dec. 08, 2014

      B. Grundmann, Female Chryselephantine, Germany, c. 1900

      Est: €1,280 - €1,600

      Bronze with brown-golden patina, ivory, marble Germany, circa 1900 B. Grundmann - German sculptor active around 1900 Incised signature 'GRUNDMANN.' on the reverse of the marble base Fine standing figure of a lady in a slight walking position, dressed in a floor-length flowing dress; her head tilted to the right, the right arm supported on the hip, the left arm raised under the chest, shoulder; mounted on a high, hexagonal and stepped marble base Head, chest and Hand made of ivory, the dress and feet made of bronze Finely carved face Total height, including the marble base: 29 cm Good restored condition Finely engraved and carved Art Nouveau chryselephantine figurine This feminine chryselephantine is the work of the German sculptor B. Grundmann, who was active around 1900. Only a few figures by him are known. The figure masterfully combines the materials of bronze and ivory, and exudes charm and grace. The floor-length robe with wide sleeves runs in flowing folds and fits tightly to the body. The face is finely drawn and shows a thoughtful gaze. The statuette is mounted on a high caramel-colored and black veined marble base. The figure is in good restored condition. The left hand has been broken off and fixed professionally. Two fingers are missing. The ivory shows some dryness cracks due to age. The patina is worn in places. The total height is 29 cm including the marble base. The figure is 22 cm in height. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance. Due to the legal obligation for the resale royalty in the art market the following applies: As a result of its membership in the AV Kunst, Auctionata charges additionally to the hammer price the contribution to the AV Kunst of currently 2.1% of the revenues from the sale of fine arts and photographs pro rata towards the buyer. More information about royalty right in our T&C.

      Auctionata Paddle8 AG
    • B. Grundmann- A Gilt Bronze and Carved Ivory Model of a Female Violinist, circa 1920
      Apr. 02, 2014

      B. Grundmann- A Gilt Bronze and Carved Ivory Model of a Female Violinist, circa 1920

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      A Gilt Bronze and Carved Ivory Model of a Female Violinist, circa 1920 raised on onyx base 29cm high, signed in cast

      Bonhams
    • BASILIUS GRUNDMANN
      Jun. 03, 2010

      BASILIUS GRUNDMANN

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      BASILIUS GRUNDMANN 1726 - 1798 LANDSCAPE WITH A COTTAGE AND A RAINBOW signed Gr: and dated 1788 (lower right) oil on panel 6 1/2 by 9 1/8 in. 16.5 by 23.2 cm

      Sotheby's
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