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        • AUSTRIA, Österreichischer Luftfahrt-Verband [Austrian Aviation Association], a bronze award medal by J. Humplik, naked figure of Icarus standing left, holding a large wing and regarding a bird flying above, rev. legend in two lines, engraved (Für...
          Mar. 06, 2024

          AUSTRIA, Österreichischer Luftfahrt-Verband [Austrian Aviation Association], a bronze award medal by J. Humplik, naked figure of Icarus standing left, holding a large wing and regarding a bird flying above, rev. legend in two lines, engraved (Für...

          Est: £50 - £70

          Humplik , Josef (Austrian, 1888-1958); b. Vienna AUSTRIA , Österreichischer Luftfahrt-Verband [Austrian Aviation Association], a bronze award medal by J. Humplik, naked figure of Icarus standing left, holding a large wing and regarding a bird flying above, rev . legend in two lines, engraved (Für Verdienst, Bundesminister Dr Josef Resch, mcmxxxvii ), 75mm, 136.43g (Kaiser 1170). Two light stains, otherwise very fine, scarce £50-£70 --- Provenance: bt in Vienna Josef Resch (1880-1939), b. Vienna, was a social politician. He served as Under-Secretary of State in the State Office for Social Welfare in 1918; President of the Vienna Volunteer Rescue Society; President of the Vienna Volunteer Fire Brigade in 1934; and Minister of Social Affairs between 1930 and 19333, and again between 1936 and 1938. He was relieved of his duties and arrested in 1938; he died in prison. ------ For more information , additional images and to bid on this lot please go to the auctioneers website, www.noonans.co.uk

          Noonans Mayfair
        • Josef Humplik, Vienna 1888 - 1958 Vienna, The Laundry Girls
          May. 11, 2023

          Josef Humplik, Vienna 1888 - 1958 Vienna, The Laundry Girls

          Est: €600 - €900

          Josef Humplik Vienna 1888 - 1958 Vienna The Laundry Girls Gmundner Ceramics around 1920/25 Red shard colourfully decorated & glazed Signed on the base Height 32 cm, width 28 cm, depth 22 cm

          Tiberius Auctions
        • JOSEF HUMPLIK (AUSTRIAN, 1888-1958), ROOSTER MAN
          Apr. 20, 2023

          JOSEF HUMPLIK (AUSTRIAN, 1888-1958), ROOSTER MAN

          Est: $200 - $300

          Josef Humplik (Austrian, 1888-1958), Rooster Man, antique gilt bronze figurine, signed, height: 14.5 cm. Two holes in the base, probably was attached to another base. Missing the end of the collar, Light wear to patina.

          The Bidder
        • JOSEF HUMPLIK (AUSTRIAN, 1888-1958), ROOSTER MAN
          Feb. 23, 2023

          JOSEF HUMPLIK (AUSTRIAN, 1888-1958), ROOSTER MAN

          Est: $200 - $300

          Josef Humplik (Austrian, 1888-1958), Rooster Man, antique gilt bronze figurine, signed, height: 14.5 cm. Two holes in the base, probably was attached to another base. Missing the end of the collar, Light wear to patina.

          The Bidder
        • JOSEF HUMPLIK* (Vienna 1888 - 1958 Vienna)
          Nov. 28, 2022

          JOSEF HUMPLIK* (Vienna 1888 - 1958 Vienna)

          Est: €400 - €800

          JOSEF HUMPLIK* (Vienna 1888 - 1958 Vienna) Pietà, 1920 bronze, 19.5 cm monogrammed J. H., numbered 4/6, later cast provenance: private collection Vienna ESTIMATE °€ 400 - 800 STARTING PRICE °€ 400 The Austrian sculptor, painter, medalist and graphic artist Josef Humplik attended the ceramic technical school in Znojmo from 1902-1905, then the Vienna School of Applied Arts (1905-1909) with Edmund Hellmer and Arthur Strasser and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (from 1910). He participated in exhibitions of the Vienna Secession and the Hagenbund. He was successively a member of the Hagenbund, the Vienna Secession, the Genossenschaft bildender Künstler (Künstlerhaus) and the Neue Secession. During the First World War he was a soldier and war painter. Afterwards he specialized in portrait busts and created those of Alban Berg, Ferdinand Ebner, Ludwig von Ficker, Jodok Fink, Anton Hanak, Georg Jahoda, Gustav Klimt, Karl Kraus, Arnold Schönberg, Anton Webern and Grete Wiesenthal. Humplik worked for the Vienna Burgtheater and also for the Augarten Porcelain Manufactory. In 1933 he took off the death mask of Adolf Loos. In 1937 Humplik was awarded the title of professor, in 1931 the Austrian State Prize, in 1932 the State Prize Medal, in 1934 the State Honorary Prize. In 1936 he received an Olympic recognition prize in Berlin (XI Olympic Games), in 1950 the prize of the Association of Austrian Industrialists, and in 1952 the Prize of the City of Vienna for Fine Arts. Since 1921 Humplik was married to the poet and artist Hildegard Jone. 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 photographys 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
        • A BRONZE HORSE FIGURE
          Oct. 19, 2016

          A BRONZE HORSE FIGURE

          Est: -

          JOSEF HUMPLIK 1888 VIENA - 1958 VIENA Caballo En bronce sobre peana de mármol. Sin peana 28 x 36 cm / Con peana 48 x 37 cm

          Isbilya Subastas
        • Josef Humplik (1888-1958)
          Apr. 21, 2016

          Josef Humplik (1888-1958)

          Est: CHF600 - CHF800

          Josef Humplik (1888-1958) Femme à la panthère, bronze à patine noire lustrée, signée, circa1910, H 21cm

          Geneve Encheres
        • Joseph Humplik (1888-1958)
          Apr. 24, 2015

          Joseph Humplik (1888-1958)

          Est: $100 - $200

          "Stylized Horse" bronze. 5 x 6 inches. (not including marble base) signed Joseph Humplik 1913. Condition: Wear, front hooves slide out from screw mounts

          John McInnis Auctioneers
        • Joseph Humplik, Bronze, Pacing Lady with Panther, c. 1910
          Jan. 15, 2015

          Joseph Humplik, Bronze, Pacing Lady with Panther, c. 1910

          Est: €1,600 - €2,000

          Bronze, dark brown patina, black marble Vienna, Austria, c. 1910 Design: Josef Humplik (1888-1958) - Austrian sculptor, painter and graphic artist Manufacturer: Arthur Rubinstein, Vienna With foundry signet on plinth 'AR' and artist's signet 'JOSEPH-HUMPLIK' Height: 25.5 cm Very good condition Elegant bronze figure of characteristic Art Nouveau subject The figure of a pacing lady with a panther around her shoulders emanates a mystic, almost gloomy aura. Symbolism and Viennese Secession or artists like Franz von Stuck are close to this type of design. The bronze has a dark brown patina. The garment and the body that slightly shimmers through are of remarkable quality, also in terms of haptics. With their smooth planeness they stand in contrast to the neatly chiseled headdress. The figure is inscribed with the artist's signature and the foundry's signet on the plinth. The overall height with the marble base is 25.5 cm. It is in excellent condition with only minimal traces of age and wear. Josef Humplik (1888-1958) Josef Humplik was born 1888 in Vienna. He was educated at the Keramische Fachschule from 1902 and joined the School of Applied Arts in Vienna in 1905. From 1919 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. Humplik was a member of the Vienna Secession as well as the Hagenbund and therefor took part in several exhibitions. He also worked for the Augarten Porcelain Manufactory and specialized in portrait busts creating, among others, the death mask of Adolf Loos. 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
        • Joseph Humplik, Bronze, Pacing Lady with Panther, c. 1910
          Dec. 06, 2014

          Joseph Humplik, Bronze, Pacing Lady with Panther, c. 1910

          Est: €2,080 - €2,600

          Bronze, dark brown patina, black marble Vienna, Austria, c. 1910 Design: Josef Humplik (1888-1958) - Austrian sculptor, painter and graphic artist Manufacturer: Arthur Rubinstein, Vienna With foundry signet on plinth 'AR' and artist's signet 'JOSEPH-HUMPLIK' Height: 25.5 cm Very good condition Elegant bronze figure of characteristic Art Nouveau subject The figure of a pacing lady with a panther around her shoulders emanates a mystic, almost gloomy aura. Symbolism and Viennese Secession or artists like Franz von Stuck are close to this type of design. The bronze has a dark brown patina. The garment and the body that slightly shimmers through are of remarkable quality, also in terms of haptics. With their smooth planeness they stand in contrast to the neatly chiseled headdress. The figure is inscribed with the artist's signature and the foundry's signet on the plinth. The overall height with the marble base is 25.5 cm. It is in excellent condition with only minimal traces of age and wear. Josef Humplik (1888-1958) Josef Humplik was born 1888 in Vienna. He was educated at the Keramische Fachschule from 1902 and joined the School of Applied Arts in Vienna in 1905. From 1919 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. Humplik was a member of the Vienna Secession as well as the Hagenbund and therefor took part in several exhibitions. He also worked for the Augarten Porcelain Manufactory and specialized in portrait busts creating, among others, the death mask of Adolf Loos. 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
        • Two Art Deco Bronze Figures of Women
          Sep. 23, 2009

          Two Art Deco Bronze Figures of Women

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Two Art Deco Bronze Figures of Women After models by Joseph Humplik Comprising an example modeled in the form of a female nude seated atop a horse; and a gilt-bronze example, cast by Aust-Reich, Vienna, modeled in a striding pose with a panther resting on her right shoulder, on a rectangular black marble base. Height of taller 9 1/2 inches.

          Doyle New York
        • - L'Homme à la pipe. H 18 cm (accidents). - Le
          Nov. 07, 2008

          - L'Homme à la pipe. H 18 cm (accidents). - Le

          Est: €100 - €150

          - L'Homme à la pipe. H 18 cm (accidents). - Le petit jardinier. H 19 cm - La ramasseuse de fleurs. H 19 cm - Petit marquis. H 12 cm Fin XIXeme, en porcelaine française et étrangère Josef HUMPLIK.

          Millon & Associes
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