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Painter, Etcher, Lithographer, b. 1881 - d. 1965

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      • Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich: Pantherkopf nach links
        May. 29, 2024

        Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich: Pantherkopf nach links

        Est: €800 - €900

        Pantherkopf nach links. Farbholzschnitt auf Bütten. 15,1 x 14,3 cm (Darstellung); 22,4 x 20,2 cm (Blattgröße). Unten rechts signiert "LH Jungnickel". (1916). Spielvogel-Bodo OG. 48. Ganz ausgezeichneter Druck aus der seltenen handsignierten Vorzugsausgabe, mit schmalem Rand, rechts mit dem Schöpfrand. Geringfügige Altersspuren, rechts geschlossener Randeinriss, sonst in sehr schöner Erhaltung. - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

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      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 28, 2024

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €200 - €400

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Portrait in Opatija, 1944 graphite pen and red chalk/paper, 31 x 21,3 cm signed L.H.Jungnickel, dated 10.VII.44 Opatija verso estate stamp Prof. L. H. Jungnickel 1965 ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 400 STARTING PRICE °€ 200 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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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      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 28, 2024

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €250 - €500

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Boxer charcoal and pencil/paper, 24 x 31,5 cm signature stamp L. H. Jungnickel; verso estate stamp Jungnickel; depicted in the catalogue Hagenbund, Widder 2019, p. 38, No. 84 ESTIMATE °€ 250 - 500 STARTING PRICE °€ 250 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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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      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 28, 2024

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €60 - €100

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) From the riding school lithography/paper, 29,6 x 36,7 cm signed in the print L. H. Jungnickel; depicted in the catalogue Chrastek, Widder 2019, p. 105, No. 277 ESTIMATE °€ 60 - 100 STARTING PRICE °€ 60 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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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      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 28, 2024

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €250 - €500

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Horses at the Spanish horse riding school pencil/paper, 40 x 44,8 cm ESTIMATE °€ 250 - 500 STARTING PRICE °€ 250 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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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      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 28, 2024

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €300 - €600

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Bundle of three works with deer Deer pencil/paper, 16,1 x 12,4 cm Fleeing deer lithography/paper, 14,6 x 14,1 cm Does woodcut/paper, 30 x 37,2 cm ESTIMATE °€ 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE °€ 300 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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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      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *
        May. 22, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *

        Est: €6,000 - €10,000

        (Wunsiedel 1881–1965 Vienna) Exotic park landscape (park in Abbazia / Opatija), c. 1950, on the reverse estate stamps and notarized estate label, oil on canvas, 75 x 60 cm, framed Provenance: Estate of the artist acquired directly from there Private Collection, Austria

        Dorotheum
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *
        May. 22, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *

        Est: €12,000 - €20,000

        (Wunsiedel 1881–1965 Vienna) Junges Mädchen vor einer Tapete mit japanischen Motiven (Young girl in front of a wallpaper with Japanese motifs), estate stamp on the front and reverse, oil on canvas, 75 x 60.5 cm, framed Provenance: Private Collection, Austria, acquired from the estate of the artist

        Dorotheum
      • Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich (1881-1965). Tigerkopf.
        May. 16, 2024

        Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich (1881-1965). Tigerkopf.

        Est: €1,500 - €2,500

        Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich (1881-1965). Tigerkopf. Col. woodcut, 29,9x28,3 cm. signed (2x) "L.H.Jungnickel" and w. signed dedication "J.J. Olman Villas(?) 29.VII.33" in pencil, on Japanese. - Laid down on mount; glue stains in blank corners (sl.) shining through. = Spielvogel-Bodo OG.29 SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XV.

        Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Coast near Abbazia
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Coast near Abbazia

        Est: €400 - €600

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed Coast near Abbazia Oil on canvas 19.5 x 16.5 cm Monogrammed lower left

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Abbazia
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Abbazia

        Est: €400 - €600

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed Abbazia Oil on canvas 26 x 19 cm Monogrammed lower left

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Lungomare Abbazia
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Lungomare Abbazia

        Est: €400 - €600

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed Lungomare Abbazia Oil on canvas 25 x 19 cm Monogrammed lower left

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, On the coast near Abbazia
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, On the coast near Abbazia

        Est: €400 - €600

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed On the coast near Abbazia Oil on canvas 26 x 19 cm

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Garden in Abbazia
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Garden in Abbazia

        Est: €400 - €600

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed Garden in Abbazia Oil on canvas 26 x 18.5 cm Monogrammed lower left

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Garden in Abbazia
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed, Garden in Abbazia

        Est: €400 - €600

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, attributed Garden in Abbazia Oil on canvas 17.5 x 18 cm Signed, inscribed & dated (19)50 on the reverse

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, Antelope
        May. 07, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna, Antelope

        Est: €800 - €1,200

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna Antelope Watercolour on paper 33 x 24 cm, with frame 50 x 40 cm Signed lower right

        Tiberius Auctions
      • Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich
        May. 04, 2024

        Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich

        Est: €40 - €60

        (1881 Wunsiedel - Wien 1965). Hahnenkampf. Kaltnadelradieruung auf van Gelder Zonen bei Vlg. d. Ges. f. vervielf. Kunst, um 1920. Plgr. 14,8 x 14,7 Blgr. 38,5 x 29 cm. Mit typogr. Bez. am unt. Rd. R

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel
        Apr. 28, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel

        Est: €1,400 - €2,800

        (1881 Wunsiedel - 1965 Wien) Sitzender Schimpanse Motiv- und stiltypisches Blatt des bedeutenden deutsch-österreichischen Malers, Grafikers und Entwerfers, der vor allem durch seine Tierdarstellungen bekannt ist. 1906 stellte Jungnickel in der Wiener Secession aus, als Mitarbeiter der Wiener Werkstätte entwarf er Gebrauchs- und Interieurobjekte, Grafiken und Postkarten sowie den Tierfries für ein Kinderzimmer im Palais Stoclet in Brüssel. 1911-1915 gewann er zahlreiche internationale Auszeichnungen, seit 1924 war Jungnickel Mitglied und regelmäßiger Aussteller des Wiener Künstlerhauses, 1930 und 1937 erhielt er den Österreichischen Staatspreis für Bildende Kunst. Kohle (oder schwarze Kreide) und Aquarell/Papier. R. u. sign.; Ca. 23 cm x 30 cm (Passepartoutausschnitt). Rahmen. Charcoal (or black chalk) and watercolour on paper. Signed.

        Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
      • Ludwig Heinrich JUNGNICKEL (1881-1965) Frankfurt am Main with old town and cathedral 1912,
        Mar. 16, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich JUNGNICKEL (1881-1965) Frankfurt am Main with old town and cathedral 1912,

        Est: €800 -

        Color woodcut/paper, signed and dated on the right L.H.Jungnickel 1912, on the left with drystamp was a German-Austrian painter and illustrator born in 1881 in Wunsiedel - 1965 Vienna, H 70 cm x W 57 cm, frame 82 cm x 68.5 cm

        Antikauktion Krefeld
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel 1881–1965
        Mar. 13, 2024

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel 1881–1965

        Est: CHF60,000 - CHF80,000

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel 1881–1965 Landschaft mit blühendem Apfelbaum, 1904 Öl auf Karton unten links signiert und datiert J. H. JVNGNICKEL 04 54 x 54 cm *For this lot VAT of 8,1% will also be charged on the hammer price.

        Artcurial Beurret Bailly Widmer
      • JUNGNICKEL Ludwig Heinrich (Austrian 1881-1965), Rooster, Woodcut in Colours, 25x23cm
        Mar. 09, 2024

        JUNGNICKEL Ludwig Heinrich (Austrian 1881-1965), Rooster, Woodcut in Colours, 25x23cm

        Est: $200 - $400

        JUNGNICKEL, Ludwig Heinrich (Austrian 1881-1965) Rooster Woodcut in Colours 25x23cm

        Davidson Auctions
      • From the Riding School
        Feb. 01, 2024

        From the Riding School

        Est: €200 - €300

        lithography in two colours sheet size: 17,7 x 22,2 in , plate size: 11,4 x 14,6 in From: Annual portfolio of the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna, 1919. Slight foxing on the sheet edges.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • L. JUNGNICKEL (*1881), Deer on the run, 1915, Lithography
        Dec. 02, 2023

        L. JUNGNICKEL (*1881), Deer on the run, 1915, Lithography

        Est: €300 - €400

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel (1881 Wunsiedel - 1965 Vienna): Deer on the run, 1915, Lithography Technique: Lithography on Paper Inscription: Signed and dated with the artist's monogram lower left in the stone: "L.H.J. 15". Inscribed and titled in the print below. Date: 1915 Description: Watermark: "AS" Rousing depiction of fleeing stags with hinds and calves in a contorted posture. | Watermark: "AS" Keywords: 20th century, Modern, Hunting, Germany,

        Fichter Kunsthandel
      • L. JUNGNICKEL (*1881), Cockfighting, 1916, Etching
        Dec. 02, 2023

        L. JUNGNICKEL (*1881), Cockfighting, 1916, Etching

        Est: €300 - €400

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel (1881 Wunsiedel - 1965 Vienna): Cockfighting, 1916, Etching Technique: Etching on Paper Inscription: Signed upper left in the printing plate. Inscribed and titled at the bottom of the print. Date: 1916 Description: Dynamic depiction of two fighting cocks with long stretched necks. | Watermark: "Van Gilder Zonen Holland" Keywords: 20th century, Modern, Animals, Germany,

        Fichter Kunsthandel
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *
        Nov. 28, 2023

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *

        Est: €6,000 - €10,000

        (Wunsiedel 1881–1965 Vienna) A group of Kudus (African antilopes), signed with the artist’s monogram LHJ, oil on canvas, 74.8 x 88 cm, framed Provenance: Private Collection, Vienna Compare: Colour lithograph, 1923 in: Ilse Spielvogel-Bodo, L. H. Jungnickel. Ein Leben für die Kunst, Klagenfurt 2000, p. 143

        Dorotheum
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel: Spectators at the football match
        Nov. 27, 2023

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel: Spectators at the football match

        Est: €4,000 - €8,000

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Spectators at the football match c. 1904 Stencil spraying technique, India ink, opaque white and gouache on paper; framed 27 x 17 cm (cut-out) signed on the lower right: L. Jungnickel sketch for the postcard series "Sportmotive" ("Sports Motifs") private property, Austria Ilse Spielvogel-Bodo, L. H. Jungnickel. Ein Leben für die Kunst, Klagenfurt 2000, no. GG48/8, p. 360 (with b/w-ill.)

        Im Kinsky
      • Cat III
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Cat III

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        charcoal on paper passepartoutcutout: 8,2 x 11,4 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Cat II
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Cat II

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        charcoal on paper signed lower right passepartoutcutout: 7,5 x 10,6 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Cat I
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Cat I

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        charcoal on paper passepartoutcutout: 9 x 12,6 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Goats, billy goats and kid goats
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Goats, billy goats and kid goats

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        wax chalk on paper signed lower right Passepartout unopened: 16 x 13,2 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Cat III
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Cat III

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        charcoal on paper passepartoutcutout: 8,2 x 11,4 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Cat II
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Cat II

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        charcoal on paper signed lower right passepartoutcutout: 7,5 x 10,6 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Cat I
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Cat I

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        charcoal on paper passepartoutcutout: 9 x 12,6 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Goats, billy goats and kid goats
        Nov. 23, 2023

        Goats, billy goats and kid goats

        Est: €1,500 - €1,800

        wax chalk on paper signed lower right Passepartout unopened: 16 x 13,2 in framed In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        Nov. 23, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €300 - €600

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Two monkeys charcoal/paper, 24 x 30,4 cm ESTIMATE € 300 - 600 STARTING PRICE € 300 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL: DONKEY
        Jun. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL: DONKEY

        Est: €2,500 - €5,000

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Donkey mixed media on paper; framed 32 x 42.5 cm (cut-out) estate stamp on the reverse from the estate of the artist; Dorotheum Graz, 4 December 2014, no. 121; private property, Austria

        Im Kinsky
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL: COLLIE
        Jun. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL: COLLIE

        Est: €1,000 - €2,000

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel Collie mixed media on paper; framed 31.5 x 22.4 cm (cut-out) signed on the upper left: L.H. / Jungnickel private collection, Austria

        Im Kinsky
      • Reclining Nude
        Jun. 06, 2023

        Reclining Nude

        Est: €1,400 - €2,000

        signed lower right,framed

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Portrait of a young lady, 1923
        Jun. 06, 2023

        Portrait of a young lady, 1923

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        signed and dated lower right,framed

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Portrait of a girl
        Jun. 06, 2023

        Portrait of a girl

        Est: €1,600 - €2,000

        signed lower right,framed

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *
        May. 23, 2023

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *

        Est: €4,000 - €6,000

        (Wunsiedel 1881–1965 Vienna) Hahnenkampf / Cockfight, on the reverse estate-stamp and notarized probate label (notariell zertifiziertes Nachlass-Etikett), oil on canvas, 48 x 61.5 cm, framed Provenance: Estate of the artist Private Collection, Styria / Steiermark The cockfight is a central motif for the well-known animal painter Jungnickel, which he repeated several times in woodcut, watercolor and oil variations. In this painting, which appeared in the estate, the focus is less on the dynamics of the fight and more on a certain moment that captures the two fighting cocks in a state of weightlessness and in a rhythmic dance.

        Dorotheum
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *
        May. 23, 2023

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *

        Est: €5,000 - €7,000

        (Wunsiedel 1881–1965 Vienna) Die Faraglioni-Felsen von Capri / Faraglioni Rocks of Capri, signed L. H. JUNGNICKEL, estate stamp on the reverse, oil on canvas, 50.5 x 65.5 cm, framed Provenance: Estate of the artist since then Private Collection, Styria / Steiermark Rome, Naples and the island of Capri formed a fixed itinerary that Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel undertook in 1925 and 1929. A watercolor of this motif of the famous Faraglione rocks in Capri is already known (cf. Spielvogel, fig. p. 171), possibly the model for this oil painting, which was still in the artist's estate. In almost pastel-like, changing shades of blue, the artist captures the calm of the sea, the gentle breaking of the waves, and depicts the limestone rocks gently illuminated by the sun in changing shades of color. A wonderfully lively impression that captures the moment.

        Dorotheum
      • Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *
        May. 23, 2023

        Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel *

        Est: €4,000 - €7,000

        (Wunsiedel 1881–1965 Vienna) Stürmische Brandung mit Gewitterwolken / Stormy surf with tempest clouds, several estate stamps on the reverse canvas, oil on canvas, 73 x 95 cm, framed Provenance: Estate of the artist since then Private Collection, Vienna

        Dorotheum
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €400 - €800

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) German pug charcoal and pencil/paper, 24 x 31,5 cm signature stamp L. H. Jungnickel, verso estate stamp Jungnickel, depicted in the catalogue Hagenbund, Widder 2019, p. 38, N° 84 ESTIMATE °€ 400 - 800 STARTING PRICE °€ 400 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €100 - €200

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Fox and Lamb color lithography/paper, 13,7 x 10,5 cm artist's proof for illustrations of Tierfabeln des klassischen Altertums (Viktor Fleischer, Publisher Anton Scholl, 1919) ESTIMATE °€ 100 - 200 STARTING PRICE °€ 100 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €100 - €200

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Fox on a well color lithography/paper, 13,7 x 10,5 cm artist's proof for illustrations of Tierfabeln des klassischen Altertums (Viktor Fleischer, Publisher Anton Scholl, 1919), depicted in the catalogue Hagenbund, Widder 2019, p. 39, N° 95 ESTIMATE °€ 100 - 200 STARTING PRICE °€ 100 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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
      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €100 - €200

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Lion color lithography/paper, 13,7 x 10,5 cm signature stamp L. H. Jungnickel, artist's proof for illustrations of Tierfabeln des klassischen Altertums (Viktor Fleischer, Publisher Anton Scholl, 1919), depicted in the catalogue Chrastek, Widder 2019, p. 106, N° 282 ESTIMATE °€ 100 - 200 STARTING PRICE °€ 100 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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.

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      • LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)
        May. 22, 2023

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna)

        Est: €100 - €200

        LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Fox and cock color lithography/paper, 13 x 10 cm ESTIMATE °€ 100 - 200 STARTING PRICE °€ 100 Jungnickel was the son of a carpenter. In 1885, the family moved to Munich, where he attended the School of Applied Arts. The archaeologist Orazio Maruchi made it possible for him to make copies in the Vatican collections. Their quality was so good that it was suggested that he train as a church painter. For this purpose, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel became a pupil at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt. In 1899, he moved to Vienna and enrolled at the Vienna Academy in the general painting school under Christian Griepenkerl. Around 1900, he worked for the Cologne chocolate manufacturer Ludwig Stollwerck with designs for Stollwerck collector pictures. After returning from a trip to Hungary, in 1902, he enrolled with Alfred Roller at the arts and crafts school of the k. k. Museum of Art and Industry. In 1905 Jungnickel went to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Marr and returned in 1906 to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (William Unger). His breakthrough came with the publication of stencil spraying images he invented after the art magazine The Studio. In 1906, he exhibited at the Vienna Secession, but never became a member. Employee of the Wiener Werkstätte. Probably his most important work for the WW were designs for an animal frieze for a children's room in the Palais Stoclet, Brussels. Jungnickel exhibited his first color woodcuts at the Kunstschau Wien in 1908, which was followed in 1909 by a series of color woodcuts of animals from Schönbrunn Zoo. At the International Art Exhibition in Rome in 1911, he received the graphic artist prize and in Amsterdam the gold medal. He was awarded the State Medal of the International Exhibition for the Book Trade and Graphics Bugra n Leipzig, 1914, and in 1915, he won the silver and bronze medals of the International Exhibition in San Francisco. In 1911, Jungnickel became a professor in the specialist class for graphic arts in Frankfurt. In the same year, he presented colour woodcuts with views of Frankfurt. In 1912, he returned to Vienna and worked on wallpaper designs, bookplates and animal woodcuts. Study trips led Jungnickel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1912 and to Hungary in 1914. During the World War, Jungnickel increasingly switched from graphic work to drawings with charcoal, chalk and pencil. At the end of 1915 he served in the German army for six months. In 1917, he made a folder with six colour woodcuts of animals from the fable, which were later expanded to include 24 colour lithographs to illustrate Aesop's animal fables from antiquity and were published in 1919 by Verlag Schroll in bound form. In 1918, Jungnickel received Austrian citizenship. The Italian sketchbook with 40 lithographs was published in 1921 and 1922 by Haybach-Verlag Vienna, L. H. Jungnickel - Studies from the Spanish Riding School. In the 1920s, he undertook numerous journeys that took him to Germany, Holland, Italy and Yugoslavia. In Italy and Yugoslavia, mainly pictures of coastal landscapes emerged. Apparently Jungnickel was also a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar; the annual folder published in 1919 by the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna "Students of the Bauhaus" contains his lithograph “Reitschule” (Riding School). From 1924, Jungnickel was a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus, where he took part in exhibitions. In 1930, he received the Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts and the Golden Medal of Honor from the Vienna Artists' Cooperative, in 1937 the Grand Austrian State Prize for Fine Arts; participation in the Great German Art Exhibition 1937 in Munich with the drawing of a Dalmatian donkey. Since the president of the Vienna Künstlerhaus did not pass on his Aryan certificate to the authorities and he was probably denounced for having contacts with Jews, Jungnickel emigrated to Opatija. Meanwhile his apartment was searched by the Gestapo and in 1945 his studio was destroyed in an air raid. Jungnickel was sentenced in absentia for "anti-state activities". 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.

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