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Painter, b. 1877 - d. 1956

(b Budapest, Hungary, 1877; d Budapest, Hungary 1956) Hungarian Painter. Béla Kádár began his study in 1896, attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest and won the Kohner prize in 1910. His early works, exhibited in 1918, showed a strong influence of Secessionists and Post-impressionists. In 1923, he was invited to show his painting in a group exhibition in Berlin at the invitation of Herwath Walden, an important figure in the German avant-garde. The exhibition brought much needed attention to European avant-garde artists when it traveled to New York. With the help from Walden, Kádár’s major exhibition was planned for the Brooklyn Museum of Art in 1928. Kádár distinguished himself as a modern painter; his paintings often combined themes from Hungarian folklore and peasant life with the artistic styles of early 20th century, including expressionism, constructivism and cubo-futurism.

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          • Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Skizzen einer lesenden und ruhenden Frau' / 'Sketches of a reading and sleeping woman'
            Jul. 08, 2024

            Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Skizzen einer lesenden und ruhenden Frau' / 'Sketches of a reading and sleeping woman'

            Est: €240 - €480

            Technik: Lithographie auf Papier, auf karton montiert, hinter Passepartout, Signatur: unsigniert, rückseitig mit Nachlassstempel 'Nachlass Kádár Béla', Maße: 39 x 33 cm, Zustand: gut, mit montagebedingten Randläsuren

            Auktionshaus Schwab
          • Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Reisende Bauern' / 'Travelling farmers'
            Jul. 08, 2024

            Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Reisende Bauern' / 'Travelling farmers'

            Est: €420 - €840

            Technik: Tuschezeichnung auf Papier, auf Karton montiert, Signatur: unsigniert, rückseitig mit handschriftlicher Nachlassbestätigung des Erben Bodó Támás von 1989, Maße: 18 x 24 cm, Zustand: gut

            Auktionshaus Schwab
          • Béla KÀDAR (1877-1956), 'Abstrakte Szene mit zwei Frauen und einem Hund', 20. Jh.
            Jul. 08, 2024

            Béla KÀDAR (1877-1956), 'Abstrakte Szene mit zwei Frauen und einem Hund', 20. Jh.

            Est: €1,700 - €3,400

            Technik: lavierte Tintenzeichnung auf dünnem Zeichenpapier, Signatur: unten rechts mit Tinte signiert 'KÁDÁR BÉLA', verso mit Vorbesitzernachweis 'David Giladi', Provenienz: aus israelischer Privatsammlung, Maße: 30 x 47 cm, Zustand: gut, minimale Lä

            Auktionshaus Schwab
          • Béla Kádár, Kaminszene, Presumably circa 1940
            Jun. 05, 2024

            Béla Kádár, Kaminszene, Presumably circa 1940

            Est: €20,000 - €25,000

            Signed 'Kádár Béla' in black lower right.

            Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Weiss. - Portrait of a little boy
            May. 30, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Weiss. - Portrait of a little boy

            Est: Ft340,000 - Ft440,000

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Weiss. - Portrait of a little boy; mixed media on paper; 26 x 20 cm; Signed right above: partial signature of Kádár Béla

            Bodo Gallery and Auction House
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Dance
            May. 30, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Dance

            Est: Ft200,000 - Ft300,000

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Dance; watercolour on paper; 22 x 15 cm; Not signed

            Bodo Gallery and Auction House
          • Kádár Béla (1877 - 1956): Composition with Horsemen
            May. 30, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877 - 1956): Composition with Horsemen

            Est: Ft500,000 - Ft600,000

            Kádár Béla (1877 - 1956): Composition with Horsemen; watercolour on paper; 14 x 20 cm; Signed right above: Kádár Béla

            Bodo Gallery and Auction House
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Freedom
            May. 30, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Freedom

            Est: Ft300,000 - Ft400,000

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Freedom; ink on paper; 17 x 11 cm; Signed right below: Kádár Béla

            Bodo Gallery and Auction House
          • BELA KADAR (Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest)
            May. 28, 2024

            BELA KADAR (Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest)

            Est: €1,000 - €2,000

            BELA KADAR (Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest) Rider and horse oil/paper, 20,5 x 28 cm signed Kadar Bela ESTIMATE € 1000 - 2000 STARTING PRICE € 1000 The painter and draftsman Bela Kadar is one of the most important Hungarian visual artists of thw 20th century. He studied at the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts from 1902. in 1906, he had a highly regarded exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery. In an exhibition at the New Artists' House in Budapest in 1913, it was noted: "Bela Kadar also composes decoratively effective paintings in a mixed style, which he derived from the Greeks and the masters of the early Renaissance to create a respected Baroque style". in 1918, Kadar left his homeland to live in Germany and France. In 1919, he had an exhibition with Hugo Schreiber in Vienna, and in 1920, they both moved to Berlin. In 1923, he had his first soslo exhibition at Herwarth Walden's gallery "Der Sturm", followed by exhibitions with Schreiber and Lothar Schreyer. His paintings were published in Walden's art magazine"Der Sturm". in Berlin, he tranformed his drawing style from distinctive expression to a romantic one, inspired by German Expressionists and particularley the Blue Rider group. (Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc) Kadar also incorporated elements from other contemporary art movements: Cubism, Futurism, Neo-Primitivism, Constructivism (Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Willi Baumeister, Gottfried Honegger), and Metaphysical painting (Pittura metafisica-Giorgio de Chirico, Carlo Carra, Giorgio Morandi). In the 1920s and 1930s, he exhibited in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia, and through the mediation of Katherine Dreier, in the Brooklyn Museum in New York. In Kadar's independent work, rural life form his homeland is poetically interwined with its diverse folklore details and Chassidic faith-in the scenic elements, color harmonies, and line work. 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
          • BELA KADAR* (Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest)
            May. 28, 2024

            BELA KADAR* (Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest)

            Est: €8,000 - €15,000

            BELA KADAR* (Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest) Mother and child gouache/paper, 83,5 x 59,3 cm signed Kadar Bela ESTIMATE € 8000 - 15000 STARTING PRICE € 8000 The painter and draftsman Bela Kadar is one of the most important Hungarian visual artists of thw 20th century. He studied at the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts from 1902. in 1906, he had a highly regarded exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery. In an exhibition at the New Artists' House in Budapest in 1913, it was noted: "Bela Kadar also composes decoratively effective paintings in a mixed style, which he derived from the Greeks and the masters of the early Renaissance to create a respected Baroque style". in 1918, Kadar left his homeland to live in Germany and France. In 1919, he had an exhibition with Hugo Schreiber in Vienna, and in 1920, they both moved to Berlin. In 1923, he had his first soslo exhibition at Herwarth Walden's gallery "Der Sturm", followed by exhibitions with Schreiber and Lothar Schreyer. His paintings were published in Walden's art magazine"Der Sturm". in Berlin, he tranformed his drawing style from distinctive expression to a romantic one, inspired by German Expressionists and particularley the Blue Rider group. (Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc) Kadar also incorporated elements from other contemporary art movements: Cubism, Futurism, Neo-Primitivism, Constructivism (Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Willi Baumeister, Gottfried Honegger), and Metaphysical painting (Pittura metafisica-Giorgio de Chirico, Carlo Carra, Giorgio Morandi). In the 1920s and 1930s, he exhibited in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia, and through the mediation of Katherine Dreier, in the Brooklyn Museum in New York. In Kadar's independent work, rural life form his homeland is poetically interwined with its diverse folklore details and Chassidic faith-in the scenic elements, color harmonies, and line work. 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
          • Béla Kádar, "Raub der Sabinerinnen"
            May. 25, 2024

            Béla Kádar, "Raub der Sabinerinnen"

            Est: -

            Béla Kádar, "Raub der Sabinerinnen" Komposition von sich überlagernden Figuren und Pferden, fein nuancierte Tuschemalerei auf Papier, um 1930–40, rechts unten signiert "Kádár Béla", auf Rahmenrückwand diverse Angaben, etwas gebräunt und leichte Graphitspuren, unter Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt, Passepartoutausschnitt ca. 19,6 x 28 cm. Künstlerinfo: auch Bela Kadar, dt. Albert Kádár, bedeutender ungarischer, jüdischer Maler und Zeichner (1877 Budapest bis 1956 Budapest), ab 1890 zunächst Tätigkeit als Eisendreher und Pferdeknecht, frühe Hinwendung zur Kunst, studierte ab 1902 an der Akademie Budapest, 1906 erste Ausstellung seiner Werke in der ungarischen Nationalgalerie, 1910 Ehrung mit dem Kohner-Preis und Studienreise nach Paris sowie München, anschließend Stipendiat in der Künstlerkolonie Szolnok, 1912 Reise nach Moskau, 1918 Emigration aus Ungarn und in Deutschland und Frankreich tätig, 1919 Ausstellung in Wien, 1920 Übersiedlung nach Berlin, 1922 zeitweise gemeinsames Atelier mit Marc Chagall in Berlin, 1923–24 mehrere Ausstellungen in der "Sturm-Galerie" von Herwarth Walden, vertreten auf weiteren Ausstellungen in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia und New York, um 1930 Rückkehr nach Ungarn, 1937 als "entartet" diffamiert, 1944 Internierung im Budapester Ghetto, nach 1945 tätig in Budapest, Quelle: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Saur "Bio-Bibliographisches Künstlerlexikon", "Der Sturm" (April 1926), Bénézit und Wikipedia. Béla Kádar, "Raub der Sabinerinnen" Composition of overlapping figures and horses, finely nuanced ink painting on paper, c. 1930-40, signed "Kádár Béla" lower right, various details on the reverse of the frame, somewhat browned and slight traces of graphite, matted and framed behind glass, mat opening approx. 19.6 x 28 cm. Artist information: also Bela Kadar, Engl. Albert Kádár, important Hungarian Jewish painter and draughtsman (1877 Budapest - 1956 Budapest), from 1890 initially worked as an iron turner and groom, early interest in art, studied at the Budapest Academy from 1902, first exhibition of his works in the Hungarian National Gallery in 1906, honoured with the Kohner Prize in 1910 and study trip to Paris and Munich, then scholarship holder at the Szolnok artists' colony, 1912 trip to Moscow, 1918 emigrated from Hungary and worked in Germany and France, 1919 exhibition in Vienna, 1920 moved to Berlin, 1922 temporarily shared a studio with Marc Chagall in Berlin, 1923-24 several exhibitions in Herwarth Walden's "Sturm-Galerie", represented at further exhibitions in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia and New York, around 1930 returned to Hungary, 1937 defamed as "degenerate", 1944 interned in the Budapest ghetto, worked in Budapest after 1945, source: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Saur "Bio-Bibliographisches Künstlerlexikon", "Der Sturm" (April 1926), Bénézit and Wikipedia.

            Auktionshaus Mehlis GmbH
          • Béla Kádár, Auf dem Wochenmarkt
            May. 25, 2024

            Béla Kádár, Auf dem Wochenmarkt

            Est: -

            Béla Kádár, Auf dem Wochenmarkt geschäftiges Treiben auf dem Platz an einer Kirche in einer französischen Stadt, mit lockerem Strich angelegte Tuschepinselzeichnung auf Papier, um 1940, im unteren rechten Bereich signiert "Kádár Béla", leichte Atelierspuren, unter Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt, Passepartoutausschnitt ca. 22 x 28,5 cm. Künstlerinfo: auch Bela Kadar, dt. Albert Kádár, bedeutender ungarischer, jüdischer Maler und Zeichner (1877 Budapest bis 1956 Budapest), ab 1890 zunächst Tätigkeit als Eisendreher und Pferdeknecht, frühe Hinwendung zur Kunst, studierte ab 1902 an der Akademie Budapest, 1906 erste Ausstellung seiner Werke in der ungarischen Nationalgalerie, 1910 Ehrung mit dem Kohner-Preis und Studienreise nach Paris sowie München, anschließend Stipendiat in der Künstlerkolonie Szolnok, 1912 Reise nach Moskau, 1918 Emigration aus Ungarn und in Deutschland und Frankreich tätig, 1919 Ausstellung in Wien, 1920 Übersiedlung nach Berlin, 1922 zeitweise gemeinsames Atelier mit Marc Chagall in Berlin, 1923-24 mehrere Ausstellungen in der "Sturm-Galerie" von Herwarth Walden, vertreten auf weiteren Ausstellungen in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia und New York, um 1930 Rückkehr nach Ungarn, 1937 als "entartet" diffamiert, 1944 Internierung im Budapester Ghetto, nach 1945 tätig in Budapest, Quelle: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Saur "Bio-Bibliographisches Künstlerlexikon", "Der Sturm" (April 1926), Bénézit und Wikipedia. Béla Kádár, Auf dem Wochenmarkt busy hustle and bustle on the square at a church in a French town, loosely drawn ink brush drawing on paper, around 1940, signed "Kádár Béla" in the lower right area, slight traces of studio, matted and framed behind glass, mat opening approx. 22 x 28.5 cm. Artist information: also Bela Kadar, Engl. Albert Kádár, important Hungarian Jewish painter and draughtsman (1877 Budapest - 1956 Budapest), from 1890 initially worked as an iron turner and groom, early interest in art, studied at the Budapest Academy from 1902, first exhibition of his works in the Hungarian National Gallery in 1906, honoured with the Kohner Prize in 1910 and study trip to Paris and Munich, then scholarship holder at the Szolnok artists' colony, 1912 trip to Moscow, 1918 emigrated from Hungary and worked in Germany and France, 1919 exhibition in Vienna, 1920 moved to Berlin, 1922 temporarily shared a studio with Marc Chagall in Berlin, 1923-24 several exhibitions in Herwarth Walden's "Sturm-Galerie", represented at further exhibitions in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia and New York, around 1930 returned to Hungary, 1937 defamed as "degenerate", 1944 interned in the Budapest ghetto, worked in Budapest after 1945, source: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Saur "Bio-Bibliographisches Künstlerlexikon", "Der Sturm" (April 1926), Bénézit and Wikipedia.

            Auktionshaus Mehlis GmbH
          • Béla Kádár, Liegende Akte
            May. 25, 2024

            Béla Kádár, Liegende Akte

            Est: -

            Béla Kádár, Liegende Akte im Wald liegendes unbekleidetes Paar, Graphit, teilweise gewischt auf Papier, um 1930, rechts unten signiert "Kadar Bela", Papier knitterspurig und teils hinterlegt, unter Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt, Passepartoutausschnitt ca. 15 x 20 cm. Künstlerinfo: auch Bela Kadar, dt. Albert Kádár, bedeutender ungarischer, jüdischer Maler und Zeichner (1877 Budapest bis 1956 Budapest), ab 1890 zunächst Tätigkeit als Eisendreher und Pferdeknecht, frühe Hinwendung zur Kunst, studierte ab 1902 an der Akademie Budapest, 1906 erste Ausstellung seiner Werke in der ungarischen Nationalgalerie, 1910 Ehrung mit dem Kohner-Preis und Studienreise nach Paris sowie München, anschließend Stipendiat in der Künstlerkolonie Szolnok, 1912 Reise nach Moskau, 1918 Emigration aus Ungarn und in Deutschland und Frankreich tätig, 1919 Ausstellung in Wien, 1920 Übersiedlung nach Berlin, 1922 zeitweise gemeinsames Atelier mit Marc Chagall in Berlin, 1923-24 mehrere Ausstellungen in der "Sturm-Galerie" von Herwarth Walden, vertreten auf weiteren Ausstellungen in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia und New York, um 1930 Rückkehr nach Ungarn, 1937 als "entartet" diffamiert, 1944 Internierung im Budapester Ghetto, nach 1945 tätig in Budapest, Quelle: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Saur "Bio-Bibliographisches Künstlerlexikon", "Der Sturm" (April 1926), Bénézit und Wikipedia. Béla Kádár, Lying Nudes Unclothed couple lying in the forest, graphite, partially wiped on paper, c. 1930, signed "Kadar Bela" lower right, paper creased and partially backed, matted and framed behind glass, mat cut-out approx. 15 x 20 cm. Artist information: also Bela Kadar, Engl. Albert Kádár, important Hungarian Jewish painter and draughtsman (1877 Budapest - 1956 Budapest), from 1890 initially worked as an iron turner and groom, early interest in art, studied at the Budapest Academy from 1902, first exhibition of his works in the Hungarian National Gallery in 1906, honoured with the Kohner Prize in 1910 and study trip to Paris and Munich, then scholarship holder at the Szolnok artists' colony, 1912 trip to Moscow, 1918 emigrated from Hungary and worked in Germany and France, 1919 exhibition in Vienna, 1920 moved to Berlin, 1922 temporarily shared a studio with Marc Chagall in Berlin, 1923-24 several exhibitions in Herwarth Walden's "Sturm-Galerie", represented at further exhibitions in Budapest, Berlin, Philadelphia and New York, around 1930 returned to Hungary, 1937 defamed as "degenerate", 1944 interned in the Budapest ghetto, worked in Budapest after 1945, source: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Saur "Bio-Bibliographisches Künstlerlexikon", "Der Sturm" (April 1926), Bénézit and Wikipedia.

            Auktionshaus Mehlis GmbH
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Friends, early 1940s
            May. 13, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Friends, early 1940s

            Est: €10,127 - €15,190

            Tempera on paper; Signed bottom right: Kádár Béla

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Couple on Horseback
            May. 13, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Couple on Horseback

            Est: €7,595 - €12,658

            Gouache on paper

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Still-life, middle of the 1920s, On the reverse: Still-life Study
            May. 13, 2024

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Still-life, middle of the 1920s, On the reverse: Still-life Study

            Est: €10,127 - €15,190

            Aquarelle on paper Not signed On the reverse: Apám helyet (sic!) Kádár Luca Bpest 1965. ápr. 3.

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • Kadar, Béla. Ohne Titel. (Pferd und
            May. 11, 2024

            Kadar, Béla. Ohne Titel. (Pferd und

            Est: €350 - €500

            Kadar, Béla. Ohne Titel. (Pferd und männlicher Akt). Aquarell auf dünnem Papier. Signiert unten rechts. Blattmaße: 21 x 29,5 cm. Verso mit Rückständen einer alten Montierung, teils auf der Vorderseite sichtbar, Blatt gebräunt und lichtrandig, partiell leicht fleckig, sowie griffspurig.

            Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
          • Béla Kádár *, Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest, Musicians
            May. 07, 2024

            Béla Kádár *, Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest, Musicians

            Est: €4,000 - €8,000

            Béla Kádár Budapest 1877 - 1956 Budapest Musician Tempera on panel 68 x 43.5 cm Signed lower right The Hungarian painter and draughtsman Béla Kádár is considered one of the most important visual artists of the avant-garde of the 20th century. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest and travelled to France and Germany, eventually moving to Berlin, where he presented his works for the first time in a solo exhibition in 1923. His paintings combine elements of German Expressionism, Constructivism, Cubism, and Primitivism, among others. Kádár often depicted female musicians as nudes, especially a pair of people as in this painting. It shows a girl with a guitar in an abstract pictorial space, which is given spatiality by the table with still life and the veil-like cloth draped over the armchair. The smaller figure in profile in the foreground only steps halfway into the pictorial space and presents the viewer with a bright red apple. Is this possibly a small putto who, although depicted without facial features, is listening to the guitarist's playing? The musician appears to be completely absorbed in her playing, as the gentle position of the instrument on her shoulder and the downturned head in profile reveal. Her almond-shaped eye gazes enraptured forwards; she takes no notice of the viewers. This emotionally charged, poetic work reveals details of Hungarian folklore, oscillating between cubist abstraction and primitivist figuration, and thus achieves an extraordinary aesthetic effect.

            Tiberius Auctions
          • Béla Kádár
            Apr. 24, 2024

            Béla Kádár

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Hungarian, 1877-1955 Figure and Horse Signed Kádár / Béla twice (lr and ll) Gouache and ink on paper Sight 10 1/2 x 8 inches (26.7 x 20.3 cm) Provenance: Purchased from Sotheby’s, NY by repute (Frame: 15 3/4 x 13 1/2 inches) Not examined out of the frame. Some undulations and creasing to the sheet. Scattered areas of minor staining.

            Doyle New York
          • Bela Kadar 1877-1956
            Apr. 21, 2024

            Bela Kadar 1877-1956

            Est: $600 - $900

            Trees in theTown, Ink on Paper, 30x21 cm. Signed.

            Tiroche Auction House
          • Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Skizzen einer lesenden und ruhenden Frau' / 'Sketches of a reading and sleeping woman'
            Apr. 15, 2024

            Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Skizzen einer lesenden und ruhenden Frau' / 'Sketches of a reading and sleeping woman'

            Est: €240 - €480

            Technik: Lithographie auf Papier, auf karton montiert, hinter Passepartout, Signatur: unsigniert, rückseitig mit Nachlassstempel 'Nachlass Kádár Béla', Maße: 39 x 33 cm, Zustand: gut, mit montagebedingten Randläsuren

            Auktionshaus Schwab
          • Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Reisende Bauern' / 'Travelling farmers'
            Apr. 15, 2024

            Béla KÁDÁR (1877-1956), 'Reisende Bauern' / 'Travelling farmers'

            Est: €420 - €840

            Technik: Tuschezeichnung auf Papier, auf Karton montiert, Signatur: unsigniert, rückseitig mit handschriftlicher Nachlassbestätigung des Erben Bodó Támás von 1989, Maße: 18 x 24 cm, Zustand: gut

            Auktionshaus Schwab
          • Béla KÀDAR (1877-1956), 'Abstrakte Szene mit zwei Frauen und einem Hund', 20. Jh.
            Apr. 15, 2024

            Béla KÀDAR (1877-1956), 'Abstrakte Szene mit zwei Frauen und einem Hund', 20. Jh.

            Est: €1,700 - €3,400

            Technik: lavierte Tintenzeichnung auf dünnem Zeichenpapier, Signatur: unten rechts mit Tinte signiert 'KÁDÁR BÉLA', verso mit Vorbesitzernachweis 'David Giladi', Provenienz: aus israelischer Privatsammlung, Maße: 30 x 47 cm, Zustand: gut, minimale Lä

            Auktionshaus Schwab
          • Bela Kadar
            Apr. 14, 2024

            Bela Kadar

            Est: $1,200 - $1,600

            Flushed Girl, Watercolor and gouache on paper, 60X42 cm. Signed.

            Tiroche Auction House
          • Bela Kadar
            Apr. 14, 2024

            Bela Kadar

            Est: $1,200 - $1,600

            Women, Watercolor on paper, 29x22 cm, Signed.

            Tiroche Auction House
          • Bela Kadar
            Apr. 14, 2024

            Bela Kadar

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Women and Horse, Tempera on paper, 80x58 cm. Signed.

            Tiroche Auction House
          • BELA KADAR (1877-1956), FEMALE NUDE
            Apr. 10, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877-1956), FEMALE NUDE

            Est: $600 - $800

            Bela Kadar (1877-1956), Female Nude Ink on paper Signed  (lower right). 28 x 20 cm Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

            Hammersite
          • BELA KADAR (1877-1956), FEMALE NUDE
            Apr. 10, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877-1956), FEMALE NUDE

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Bela Kadar (1877-1956), Female Nude Watercolor on paper Signed (lower right). 28 x 21 cm

            Hammersite
          • BELA KADAR (1877-1956), FEMALE NUDE
            Apr. 10, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877-1956), FEMALE NUDE

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Bela Kadar (1877-1956), Female Nude Tempra on paper Signed (lower right) and signed again (lower left). 30 x 23 cm

            Hammersite
          • Bela Kadar ''Three Works'' Ink and Watercolors
            Mar. 28, 2024

            Bela Kadar ''Three Works'' Ink and Watercolors

            Est: $300 - $600

            Bela Kadar (1877-1956 Hungarian) ''Three Works'' Ink and Watercolors on Paper 5.5''x7'' to 7.5''x9.5'' Sight. Each work is signed lower right. Original framing 9.5''x11'' to 12''x14''. Overall excellent condition. Not examined outside of framing.

            MBA Seattle Auction LLC
          • Béla KADAR (1877-1956) Etude de fresque pour le centre Mermoz, vers
            Mar. 24, 2024

            Béla KADAR (1877-1956) Etude de fresque pour le centre Mermoz, vers

            Est: €600 - €800

            Béla KADAR (1877-1956) Etude de fresque pour le centre Mermoz, vers 1948 Aquarelle 22,5 x 47,5 cm Provenance : - Vente, Maîtres Galateau & Pastaud, Paris, 20 avril 2008, lot 42. - Collection privée, Paris (acquis au cours de cette vente).

            Osenat
          • BÉLA KÁDÁR Untitled (Magnolias).
            Mar. 14, 2024

            BÉLA KÁDÁR Untitled (Magnolias).

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            BÉLA KÁDÁR Untitled (Magnolias). Watercolor and pen and ink on paper. 210x119 mm; 8¼x4¾ inches. Signed in watercolor, lower right recto, and with a partial brush and ink and wash study of a horseman, verso. Provenance: Galerie Schreiner, Basel; private collection, New Jersey.

            Swann Auction Galleries
          • BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955), Country Town, charcoal on paper, 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm), signed lower right
            Mar. 13, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955), Country Town, charcoal on paper, 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm), signed lower right

            Est: $300 - $500

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Lawsons
          • Bela Kadar (HUNGARY 1877-1956) Portrait Oil/Board
            Mar. 09, 2024

            Bela Kadar (HUNGARY 1877-1956) Portrait Oil/Board

            Est: $400 - $800

            Bela Kadar (HUNGARIAN / FRANCE, 1877 - 1956) oil painting on artist board depicting the portrait of a woman with arms crossed over her chest. Signed to lower right. Mounted in a gold painted wooden frame. Board measures approx. 15 1/4" height x 11 1/4" width. Measures approx. 21 3/8" height x 17 3/8" width overall including frame. Appears in overall good condition. JD/B13/SH:2C

            Joshua Kodner
          • BELA KADAR (1877 - 1956) (Hongaarse School) vroeg …
            Mar. 03, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1956) (Hongaarse School) vroeg …

            Est: €16,000 - €20,000

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1956) (Hongaarse School) vroeg 20ste eeuwse gouache op paneel : "Abstracte compositie" - 51,5 x 41,5 getekend met twee certificaten en een "Appraisal certificate" van 'Valuemystuff' early 20th Cent. Bela Kadar signed gouache on panel with an abstract composition with two certificates

            DVC
          • BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955), Country Town, charcoal on paper, 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm), signed lower right
            Feb. 28, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955), Country Town, charcoal on paper, 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm), signed lower right

            Est: $400 - $600

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Lawsons
          • BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955), Country Town, charcoal on paper, 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm), signed lower right
            Feb. 14, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955), Country Town, charcoal on paper, 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm), signed lower right

            Est: $600 - $800

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Lawsons
          • Kádár, Béla
            Feb. 07, 2024

            Kádár, Béla

            Est: €1,000 - €2,000

            Kádár, Béla Budapest, 1877 - 1956 24 x 26 cm, R. Woman with jug. Oil on cardboard. Signed. Private property, Baden-Württemberg.

            Nagel Auction
          • BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right
            Jan. 31, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Est: $600 - $800

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Lawsons
          • Béla, Kádár Dies Irae. Huszonnégy tollrajz. (dt. T…
            Jan. 20, 2024

            Béla, Kádár Dies Irae. Huszonnégy tollrajz. (dt. T…

            Est: €450 -

            Avantgarde - Ungarn Béla, Kádár Dies Irae. Huszonnégy tollrajz. (dt. Tage des Zorns. 24 Zeichnungen.) Mit 24 Abbildungen nach Zeichnungen von Béla Kádar. Budapest, Anonymus (Általános Nyomda és Grafikai Intézet), 1945. 57 S., 3 Bll. Gr.-8°. OKt. (beschabt, bestoßen u. etw. knickspurig, leicht gebräunt u. fleckig). Erste Ausgabe. - Béla Kádár war ein ungarischer Avantgarde-Maler, welcher den Holocaust überlebte. Diese frühe Veröffentlichung enthält 24 Zeichnungen von ihm, die seine persönlichen Erfahrungen mit dem Terror zeigen. - Sauberes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. (Dies Irae. 24 drawings.) With 24 illustrations after drawings by Béla Kádar. Orig. paperback (scuffed, bumped and somewhat creased, slightly browned a. stained). - First edition - Béla Kádár was a Hungarian avant-garde painter who survived the Holocaust. This early publication contains 24 drawings by him depicting his personal experiences of terror. - Clean and well preserved copy. This work is subject to under the regular margin scheme. There is a 23.95% buyer's premium on the hammer price and inside the EU 7% (Books) and 19% (Art, Autographs and Manuscripts) VAT on the final invoice amount.

            Jeschke Jádi Auctions Berlin GmbH
          • BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right
            Jan. 18, 2024

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            BELA KADAR (1877 - 1955) Country Town charcoal on paper 23 x 33 cm (frame: 52 x 61 x 3 cm) signed lower right

            Lawsons
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Dancing Couple
            Dec. 16, 2023

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Dancing Couple

            Est: €5,208 - €7,813

            Coal on paper; Signed bottom right: Kádár Béla

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Women, 1940s
            Dec. 16, 2023

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Women, 1940s

            Est: €10,417 - €15,625

            Tempera on cardboard; Signed bottom right: Kádár Béla

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Nudes with Horses
            Dec. 16, 2023

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Nudes with Horses

            Est: €26,042 - €39,063

            Oil on canvas; Signed bottom right: Kádár Béla

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Visit, around 1923
            Dec. 16, 2023

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Visit, around 1923

            Est: €13,021 - €18,229

            Aquarelle on paper; Not signed

            Virág Judit Gallery
          • BELA KADAR (Budapest ,1877-1956), Attribué à Les paysans
            Dec. 16, 2023

            BELA KADAR (Budapest ,1877-1956), Attribué à Les paysans

            Est: €2,000 - €3,000

            BELA KADAR (Budapest ,1877-1956), Attribué à Les paysans Aquarelle et encre de chine sur papier, signée en bas à droite 28,5 x 35,6 cm

            Louiza Auktion & Associés
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Abstract Forms
            Dec. 14, 2023

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Abstract Forms

            Est: Ft200,000 - Ft300,000

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Abstract Forms; watercolour on paper; 27 x 9 cm; Signed in the middle below: Kádár Béla

            Bodo Gallery and Auction House
          • Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Interior
            Dec. 14, 2023

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Interior

            Est: Ft1,600,000 - Ft2,000,000

            Kádár Béla (1877-1956): Interior; tempera on cardboard; 68 x 57 cm; Signed right below: Kádár Béla

            Bodo Gallery and Auction House
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