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Commercial artist, b. 1870 - d. 1956

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                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956), nach
                    Jun. 21, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956), nach

                    Est: €200 - €240

                    Satz von vier Stühlen für das Cabaret Fledermaus, so genannter "Fledermaus"-Stuhl. Bugholz, schwarz lackiert. Bezug im Stil der Wiener Werkstätte. Gebrauchsspuren. H. 75 cm.

                    Dannenberg
                  • Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Modèle « N°728 » ou « Cabaret Fledermaus »
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Modèle « N°728 » ou « Cabaret Fledermaus »

                    Est: €400 - €600

                    Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Modèle « N°728 » ou « Cabaret Fledermaus », créé en 1908 Paire de fauteuils en bois lamellé et collé, œufs de renfort au dossier et aux pieds avant, regarnis de velours crème Trous de vers 74 x 56 x 46 cm

                    Osenat
                  • Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Cafe Fledermaus Manufacture JJ KOHN
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Cafe Fledermaus Manufacture JJ KOHN

                    Est: €1,000 - €1,500

                    Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Cafe Fledermaus Manufacture JJ KOHN -Modèle « N° 728 » Guéridon circulaire en bois courbé et contreplaqué revernis rouge le plateau circulaire supporté par quatre paires de pieds à renforts globulaires haut et bas, sur un plateau assorti sur une plinthe Rayures, état d’usage H : 68 cm – D : 68 cm Bibliographie : -Catalogue de la manufacture Kohn de 1906 -Paire de fauteuils et canapé fer à cheval, dossier plat, barreaux cylindriques, assise à façade saillante à quatre renforts globulaires, assise regarnie à neuf en vert Rayures, état d’usage Fauteuils : 74 x 58 x 46 cm Banquette : 74 x 115 x 48 cm

                    Osenat
                  • Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Manufacture JJ KOHN -Paire de fauteu
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Manufacture JJ KOHN -Paire de fauteu

                    Est: €800 - €1,200

                    Josef HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Manufacture JJ KOHN -Paire de fauteuils en bois courbé reverni à dossier plat incurvé, dossier central à barreaux cylindriques verticaux reposant sur le fer à cheval d’entretoise, renforts globulaires à l’assise et au dossier, assise à façade saillante regarnie en vert 74 x 59 x 46 cm -Modèle « N°960 » Guéridon ovale à deux plateaux superposés sur quatre pieds réunis par une entretoise en « x » Trace de marque 74 x 59 x 47 cm

                    Osenat
                  • HOFFMANN JOSEF (1870 - 1956) - Coffee table for Jacob & Josef Khon
                    Jun. 07, 2024

                    HOFFMANN JOSEF (1870 - 1956) - Coffee table for Jacob & Josef Khon

                    Est: €600 - €800

                    HOFFMANN JOSEF (1870 - 1956). Coffee table for Jacob & Josef Khon. 1930s. Top in Chinese textured fabric. Provenance: Hotel Villa Flora, Torno (CO). 60,00 x 77,00 x 60,00 cm.

                    Capitolium Art
                  • HOFFMANN JOSEF (1870 - 1956) - in the style of. Chair
                    Jun. 07, 2024

                    HOFFMANN JOSEF (1870 - 1956) - in the style of. Chair

                    Est: €500 - €700

                    HOFFMANN JOSEF (1870 - 1956). in the style of. Chair. 20th century.. 45,00 x 86,00 x 48,00 cm.

                    Capitolium Art
                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN 1870 - 1956 - NESTING TABLES
                    Jun. 06, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN 1870 - 1956 - NESTING TABLES

                    Est: -

                    The elegant set of four insertable nesting tables made of black stained and bent beech was designed by Josef Hoffmann and manufactured by J.& J. Kohn. This design bears the model number 986. Restored. Literature: J. & J. Kohn company catalogue, 1906, p. 52; J. & J. Kohn company catalogue, 1916, p. 79. Country: Austria

                    Arthouse Hejtmánek
                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN (1870-1956)
                    Jun. 03, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN (1870-1956)

                    Est: €600 - €800

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN (1870-1956) Paire de cache-bouchons en métal argenté plaqué sur laiton, base soulignée d’une rangée de petites perles. Cachets “Wiener Werkstätte” et monogramme de l’artiste. Circa 1908-1910 Haut. 5 cm - Diam. 4 cm A pair of cork covers in silver plated metal plated on brass. Stamped and monogrammed. H. 2 in. - Diam. 1 5/8 in.

                    Tajan
                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN (Brtnice, Czech Republic, 1870 - Vienna, 1956) for Wittman. Sofa "Kubus". Black leather upholstery. In good condition.
                    May. 30, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN (Brtnice, Czech Republic, 1870 - Vienna, 1956) for Wittman. Sofa "Kubus". Black leather upholstery. In good condition.

                    Est: €5,000 - €5,500

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN (Brtnice, Czech Republic, 1870 - Vienna, 1956) for Wittman. Sofa "Kubus". Black leather upholstery. In good condition. Measurements: 72 x 166 x 77 cm. Designed by Josef Hoffmann in 1910, the avant-garde Kubus sofa is characterized by its cube-shaped upholstery. It is a timeless model that reflects the designer's strict geometric lines. An architect and industrial designer, Josef Hoffmann studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna, where he was a disciple of Carl Freiherr von Hasenauer and Otto Wagner, whose theories of functional, modern architecture would profoundly influence his work. He won the Rome Prize in 1895, and the following year joined Wagner's office, collaborating with Olbrich on some projects for the Metropolitan. He established his own office in 1898, and taught at the Vienna School of Decorative Arts from 1899 to 1936. He was also a founding member of the Viennese Secession. In 1900 he traveled to London, where he came into contact with the English school and discovered Mackintosh. On his return he set up a workshop for the production of objects based on designs by artists of the Secession, and thus the Wiener Werkstätte was born, a workshop that exerted a great influence on the industrial design of the twentieth century. By 1903, production began on an international scale. Throughout his life, Hoffmann realized various projects for buildings and furnishings, and exhibited his creations all over the world. He is currently represented in the MAK and the Leopold Museum in Vienna, the Metropolitan and MoMA in New York, the Brohan in Berlin, the Courtauld Institute in London and the Victoria & Albert in London, among many others.

                    Setdart Auction House
                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €400 - €800

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design for a candle holder pencil/paper, 30,9 x 20,9 cm monogrammed JH, studio stamp of Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE °€ 400 - 800 STARTING PRICE °€ 400 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Bottle design pencil/paper, 29,8 x 21,6 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €200 - €400

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design of a bottle pencil/paper, 29,7 x 21,1 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 400 STARTING PRICE °€ 200 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

                    Widder Auctions
                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design for a flacon I pencil/paper, 29,7 x 21,1 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design for a flacon III pencil/paper, 28,8 x 21,1 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €400 - €800

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design for a flacon II pencil and colored pencil/paper, 31,7 x 21,2 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 400 - 800 STARTING PRICE °€ 400 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €1,000 - €2,000

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Pattern design indian ink and pencil/paper, 41,7 x 30,1 cm monogrammed JH, mounted on paper verso studio stamp Josef Hoffmann and inscribed D/68 ESTIMATE °€ 1000 - 2000 STARTING PRICE °€ 1000 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Candle holder design pencil/paper, 41,9 x 30 cm monogrammed JH, verso studio stamp Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Sketch of a teapot pencil/paper, 29,5 x 20 cm ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Covered goblet design pencil/paper, 32 x 21 cm monogrammed JH studio stamp Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €150 - €300

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Vase design pencil/paper, 42,2 x 30 cm studio stamp Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE °€ 150 - 300 STARTING PRICE °€ 150 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €150 - €300

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design III for a vase by Lobmeyr pencil/paper, 30,8 x 21,8 cm ESTIMATE °€ 150 - 300 STARTING PRICE °€ 150 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €150 - €300

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design II for a vase by Lobmeyr pencil/paper, 42,5 x 29,7 cm ESTIMATE °€ 150 - 300 STARTING PRICE °€ 150 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €200 - €400

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design of a vase pencil/paper 42,5 x 29,9 cm studio stamp Josef Hoffmann Photograph of a vase photography, 22,8 x 16,4 cm dated 1954 verso inscribed Geschliffene Kristallvase ausgeführt von J. & L. Lobmeyer im Auftrag des Unterrichtsministeriums für die Triennale 1954; stamped J & L LOBMEYER WIEN I KÄRNTNERSTRASSE 26 R 21 0 78; stamped PROF. JOSEF HOFFMANN WIEN III. SALESIANERGASSE 33 ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 400 STARTING PRICE °€ 200 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €500 - €1,000

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Collection of various designs collage/paper, 42,7 x 60 cm mounted on cardboard, inscribed Neue Form 654321 ESTIMATE °€ 500 - 1000 STARTING PRICE °€ 500 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €200 - €400

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design for a goblet pencil/paper, 16,8 x 9,7 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 400 STARTING PRICE °€ 200 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €400 - €800

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Glass design indian ink and pencil/cardboard, 19,1 x 18,9 cm verso numbered N.41 and studio stamp Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE °€ 400 - 800 STARTING PRICE °€ 400 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €300 - €600

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Cup Design pencil and indian ink/paper, 26,7 x 19,7 cm monogrammed JH mounted on cardboard, verso inscribed No 60, twice studio stamp Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €600 - €1,200

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Design for a green vase pencil and watercolor/paper, 29,9 x 21,5 cm monogrammed JH, verso studio stamp of Josef Hoffmann ESTIMATE € 600 - 1200 STARTING PRICE € 600 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €150 - €300

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Welcome trophy ink/paper, 29,7 x 21,1 cm monogrammed JH ESTIMATE °€ 150 - 300 STARTING PRICE °€ 150 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)
                    May. 28, 2024

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna)

                    Est: €1,000 - €2,000

                    JOSEF HOFFMANN* (Pirnitz 1870 - 1956 Vienna) Pattern design with leaves mixed media/paper, 41,8 x 29,6 cm monogrammed JH mounted on paper ESTIMATE °€ 1000 - 2000 STARTING PRICE °€ 1000 Josef Hoffmann, a student of Otto Wagner, was one of the central figures of Viennese Modernism as an architect and designer. In 1903, together with Koloman Moser and the industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer, he founded the Wiener Werkstätte (WW), modeled on the British Arts and Crafts Movement and under the influence of Viennese Art Nouveau. Hoffmann, a friend of Gustav Klimt and Anton Hanak, among others, remained one of the WW's most important designers until its bankruptcy in 1932. The Wiener Werkstätte, also referred to as Wiener Werkstatt, Vienna Workshop, Wiener Werkstaetten or Wiener Werkstätten, aimed to unite the entire spheres of human life in design, in the sense of a Gesamtkunstwerk. Its customers were mainly artists and the upwardly mobile Jewish upper and middle classes. Josef Hoffmann's acquaintance with Berta Zuckerkandl led to the first major commission: the Purkersdorf Sanatorium, planned by Viktor Zuckerkandl, Berta's brother-in-law, west of Vienna. Among the WW staff were about a dozen women who were crucial to the change in style from Art Nouveau to Art Déco in the 1920s, e.g. Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Reni Schaschl, Hilda Jesser and Susi Singer. Josef Hoffmann survived the Nazi period unscathed despite hostility from the Nazi architectural ideologist Paul Schmitthenner. He was commissioned by the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts to further develop the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association (a Nazi successor organization to the Austrian Werkbund) as its artistic director. To this end, an "artistic experimental institute" was founded in 1941, where young artisans could further their education under Hoffmann's guidance. After the war, in 1948, Hoffmann founded the Österreichische Werkstätten as the successor to the Wiener Werkstätte und Werkbund (ÖWB), of which he had been a member until 1920. Hoffmann's gravestone was designed by Fritz Wotruba. The present composition is probably a design for a fabric for a wallpaper. Along with Andy Warhol, Hoffmann would thus be one of the few great artists of the 20th century to have designed wallpapers. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographs 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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                  • Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, 1870-1956) Set of Four Beechwood Nesting Tables, c. 1906 J. & J. Kohn, model no. 988
                    May. 21, 2024

                    Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, 1870-1956) Set of Four Beechwood Nesting Tables, c. 1906 J. & J. Kohn, model no. 988

                    Est: $1,000 - $2,000

                    Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, 1870-1956) Set of Four Beechwood Nesting Tables, c. 1906 J. & J. Kohn, model no. 988 with J. & J. Kohn paper label 29 1/2 h x 24 w x 19 d in Property from a Private Colorado Collector Provenance: Sotheby's, Monaco, April 21, 1991, lot 356

                    Hindman
                  • Josef Hoffmann Centerpiece 1960
                    Apr. 25, 2024

                    Josef Hoffmann Centerpiece 1960

                    Est: -

                    Two-height fruit bowl in white chromed steel. Model created in 1905 and patented marketed in the 1960s in Italy by the Bieffeplast company. Italy, circa 1960. *A specific flaw in the chrome.

                    Duran Arte y Subastas
                  • Following the style of JOSEF HOFFMANN (Brtnice, Czech Republic, 1870 - Vienna, 1956). Pair of armchairs. Walnut wood. Fabric upholstery with floral decoration. Shows marks of use and wear. With xylophages. The wood needs refinishing.
                    Apr. 17, 2024

                    Following the style of JOSEF HOFFMANN (Brtnice, Czech Republic, 1870 - Vienna, 1956). Pair of armchairs. Walnut wood. Fabric upholstery with floral decoration. Shows marks of use and wear. With xylophages. The wood needs refinishing.

                    Est: €800 - €1,000

                    In the style of JOSEF HOFFMANN (Brtnice, Czech Republic, 1870 - Vienna, 1956). Pair of armchairs. Walnut wood. Fabric upholstery with floral decoration. With signs of wear and tear. With xylophages. The wood needs to be reworked. Measurements: 73 x 55 x 47 cm. Pair of armchairs of Central European style, framed within the Viennese Secession, with structure in walnut wood with structure of parallel bands, functional and of refined volumes. An architect and industrial designer, Josef Hoffmann studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna, where he was a disciple of Carl Freiherr von Hasenauer and Otto Wagner, whose theories of functional, modern architecture would profoundly influence his work. He won the Prix de Rome in 1895, and the following year he joined Wagner's office, collaborating with Olbrich on some projects for the Metropolitan. He established his own office in 1898, and taught at the School of Decorative Arts in Vienna between 1899 and 1936. He was also a founding member of the Viennese Secession. In 1900 he travelled to London, where he came into contact with the English school and discovered Mackintosh. On his return, he set up a workshop for the production of objects based on designs by Secession artists, and the Wiener Werkstätte was born, a workshop which had a great influence on 20th-century industrial design. By 1903, production began on an international scale. In the course of his life, Hoffmann produced a variety of projects for buildings and furnishings, and exhibited his creations all over the world. He is currently represented in the MAK and the Leopold Museum in Vienna, the Metropolitan and MoMA in New York, the Brohan in Berlin, the Courtauld Institute in London and the Victoria & Albert in London, among many others.

                    Setdart Auction House
                  • Josef Hoffmann (1870 Pirnitz-1956 Wien), Flaschenstöpsel / A bottle stopper, Wiener Werkstätte, um 1920
                    Apr. 15, 2024

                    Josef Hoffmann (1870 Pirnitz-1956 Wien), Flaschenstöpsel / A bottle stopper, Wiener Werkstätte, um 1920

                    Est: €600 - €1,200

                    Material: Metall, versilbert, Marken: Künstlermarke JH, Herstellermarke, WW-Marke, Höhe: 5 cm, Zustand: gut, mit Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren

                    Auktionshaus Schwab
                  • Josef Hoffmann 1870-1956 J. Hoffmann, Wiener Werkstätte, Austria, 1905 ca
                    Apr. 09, 2024

                    Josef Hoffmann 1870-1956 J. Hoffmann, Wiener Werkstätte, Austria, 1905 ca

                    Est: €2,000 - €2,500

                    A silver flower basket. Maker's punches and designer's monogram

                    Cambi Casa d'Aste
                  • Josef Hoffmann 1870-1956, stile di Wiener Werkstätte, Austria, 1905 ca
                    Apr. 09, 2024

                    Josef Hoffmann 1870-1956, stile di Wiener Werkstätte, Austria, 1905 ca

                    Est: €800 - €1,000

                    In the style of Josef Hoffmann. Silver-plated flower basket with a glass container

                    Cambi Casa d'Aste
                  • Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Brass Vases, Pair
                    Apr. 07, 2024

                    Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Brass Vases, Pair

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    Pair of Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, 1870-1956) Wiener Werkstatte Brass Vases, circa 1920, marked "Made in Austria / Wiener Werkstatte / JH" to undersides. Each: 6.25" H x 4.25" W x 2.75" D. Provenance: From a New York City collector. Keywords: Designer, Jugendstil, Art Deco, Bud vases, Vessels, Antiques

                    Auctions at Showplace
                  • Moser Josef Hoffmann (Austrian 1870-1956) Stemware
                    Mar. 29, 2024

                    Moser Josef Hoffmann (Austrian 1870-1956) Stemware

                    Est: $50 - $1,000

                    Josef Hoffmann. Wine glasses, 1926.Includes three 6.25" tall wine stems, six 6" tall martini stems and seven 8.5" tall red wine stems. Made by Ludwig Moser, Karlo Vyvary. Light green tint and amber-colored glass. One with small rim chip as shown.

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                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)

                    Est: €200 - €240

                    Stuhl für das Cabaret Fledermaus, so genannter "Fledermaus"-Stuhl. Bugholz (Gebrauchsspuren, rest.). Bezug im Stil der Wiener Werkstätte. Ausführung J. & J. Kohn, Wien, um 1907-1910. H. 74,5 cm.

                    Dannenberg
                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)

                    Est: €550 - €660

                    Beistelltisch "Nr. 616". Bugholz. Gebrauchsspuren, rest. Ausführung Jacob & Josef Kohn, Wien. 75x 50x 50 cm.

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                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)

                    Est: €700 - €840

                    Amlehnsessel "Nr. 701". Bugholz. Gebrauchsspuren, rest. 1913 zur Einrichtung des Wiener Ärzteklubs verwendet. Innenzarge mit Schlagstempel Werkstätte Jacob & Josef Kohn, Wien, um 1910. H. 81 cm.

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                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)

                    Est: €160 - €192

                    Sessel "Nr. A 61 F (Lounge)". Bugholzgestell mit "Wiener"-Korbgeflecht. Hoffmanns letzter Entwurf für die Bugholzmöbelindustrie, um 1930. Zarge mit Restetikett, Hersteller Thonet, Wien. H. 76 cm.

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                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956)

                    Est: €480 - €576

                    Tisch "Nr. 1298". Holz, dunkel gebeizt. Entwurf um 1907 für das Kabarett Fledermaus. Rest. Ausführung Werkstätte Jacob & Josef Kohn, Wien. 75x 70x 45 cm. Ein weiterer Tisch befindet sich ausgestellt in der Sammlung des Leopold Museums, Wien.

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                  • Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956), nach
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    Hoffmann, Josef (1870 Pirnitz - Wien 1956), nach

                    Est: €400 - €480

                    Vier Armlehnstühle in Anlehnung an die "Fledermaus"-Entwürfe. Schwarz lackierte Holzgestelle mit heller Stoffpolsterung. Kratzer, best. 20. Jh. H. 77 cm.

                    Dannenberg
                  • SILBERSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTE, UM 1909
                    Mar. 07, 2024

                    SILBERSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTE, UM 1909

                    Est: €1,800 - €3,600

                    JOSEF FRANZ MARIA HOFFMANN 15. Dezember 1870 Pirnitz (Mähren) - 7. Mai 1956 Wien SILBERSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTE, UM 1909 Josef Hoffmann Entwurf Silber, mit Perlbanddekor gleichmässig unterteilte Segmentflächen. H. 5 cm, D. 12,4 cm. Punziert mit der Marke der Wiener Werkstätte 'WW', dem 'Dianakopf mit Feingehaltsangabe '2' (900/100)' und der Marke 'A'. Min. punktuell best. (unbedeutend). Provenienz: Norddeutsche Privatsammlung. JOSEF FRANZ MARIA HOFFMANN 15. Dezember 1870 Pirnitz (Mähren) - 7. Mai 1956 Wien SILBERSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTE, UM 1909 Josef Hoffmann Entwurf Silber, mit Perlbanddekor gleichmässig unterteilte Segmentflächen. H. 5 cm, D. 12,4 cm. Punziert mit der Marke der Wiener Werkstätte 'WW', dem 'Dianakopf mit Feingehaltsangabe '2' (900/100)' und der Marke 'A'. Min. punktuell best. (unbedeutend). Provenienz: Norddeutsche Privatsammlung.

                    Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
                  • BAUCHIGE BONBON-FUSSSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTEN
                    Mar. 07, 2024

                    BAUCHIGE BONBON-FUSSSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTEN

                    Est: €1,200 - €2,400

                    JOSEF FRANZ MARIA HOFFMANN 15. Dezember 1870 Pirnitz (Mähren) - 7. Mai 1956 Wien BAUCHIGE BONBON-FUSSSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTEN Österreich, Wien, Josef Franz Maria Hoffmann (Entwurf), Karl Kallert (Ausführung), um 1920 Silber, kanneliert. H. 10,5 D. 14 cm, 220 g. Seitlich oben auf der Wandung punziert mit Künstlermonogramm, Meistermonogramm, Marken und Monogramm der Wiener Werkstätte, Feingehaltsmarke '900' sowie Garantiemarke. Provenienz: Süddeutsche Privatsammlung. JOSEF FRANZ MARIA HOFFMANN 15. Dezember 1870 Pirnitz (Mähren) - 7. Mai 1956 Wien BAUCHIGE BONBON-FUSSSCHALE DER WIENER WERKSTÄTTEN Österreich, Wien, Josef Franz Maria Hoffmann (Entwurf), Karl Kallert (Ausführung), um 1920 Silber, kanneliert. H. 10,5 D. 14 cm, 220 g. Seitlich oben auf der Wandung punziert mit Künstlermonogramm, Meistermonogramm, Marken und Monogramm der Wiener Werkstätte, Feingehaltsmarke '900' sowie Garantiemarke. Provenienz: Süddeutsche Privatsammlung.

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                  • HOHE SILBERVASE (POKAL)
                    Mar. 07, 2024

                    HOHE SILBERVASE (POKAL)

                    Est: €6,000 - €12,000

                    JOSEF FRANZ MARIA HOFFMANN 15. Dezember 1870 Pirnitz (Mähren) - 7. Mai 1956 Wien HOHE SILBERVASE (POKAL) Silber, martelliert, kanneliert. H. 18,8 cm, D. 13,5 cm. Oben am Rand punziert mit: 'WIENER WERKSTÄTTE', Dianakopf mit Feingehaltsangabe '2' (900/100), Marke der Wiener Werkstätte 'WW', Rosenmarke, Feingehalt '900' sowie Künstlermonogramm Josef Hoffmann. Am Fuss unten nochmals punziert mit 'Dianakopf mit Feingehaltsangabe '2' (900/100)' sowie Marke der Wiener Werkstätte 'WW'. Provenienz: Norddeutsche Privatsammlung. JOSEF FRANZ MARIA HOFFMANN 15. Dezember 1870 Pirnitz (Mähren) - 7. Mai 1956 Wien HOHE SILBERVASE (POKAL) Silber, martelliert, kanneliert. H. 18,8 cm, D. 13,5 cm. Oben am Rand punziert mit: 'WIENER WERKSTÄTTE', Dianakopf mit Feingehaltsangabe '2' (900/100), Marke der Wiener Werkstätte 'WW', Rosenmarke, Feingehalt '900' sowie Künstlermonogramm Josef Hoffmann. Am Fuss unten nochmals punziert mit 'Dianakopf mit Feingehaltsangabe '2' (900/100)' sowie Marke der Wiener Werkstätte 'WW'. Provenienz: Norddeutsche Privatsammlung.

                    Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
                  • Wien. – Josef Hoffmann
                    Feb. 27, 2024

                    Wien. – Josef Hoffmann

                    Est: €150 - €250

                    Wien. – Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956). 4 Fotografien – Porträts von Pit Ludwig (1916-1997) – anläßlich seines Besuches im Rat für Formgebung, Darmstadt 1955. Verso Studiostempel sowie handschriftlich bezeichnet. Ca. 18:12 cm. Dabei zwei Gruppenfotografien, unter anderem mit Ehefrau Carla Hoffmann. – Beiliegend: Carla Hoffmann (1894-1980), Porträt, Fotografie von E. Jelinek, 14,8:10,5 cm. – 2 Fotografien, Mitglieder des Österr. Werkbundes, Ausstellung 1930. 12,8:17,8 cm. – Josef Hoffmann, Faksimile eines Briefes an C. R. Max Welz, 26. März 1933, 6 Blatt. – Und weitere Beilagen, dabei Carla Hoffmann, masch. Karte mit Unterschrift, 27. Aug. 1966.

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