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Naval painter, Landscape painter

Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist. He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences. His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grobe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann, Neuplachowitz 1848 - 1916 Vienna, Cows in the Pasture
      May. 07, 2024

      Adolf Kaufmann, Neuplachowitz 1848 - 1916 Vienna, Cows in the Pasture

      Est: €600 - €800

      Adolf Kaufmann Neuplachowitz 1848 - 1916 Vienna Cows in the Pasture Oil on canvas 74 x 100 cm Signed lower right

      Tiberius Auctions
    • Kaufmann, Adolf
      May. 04, 2024

      Kaufmann, Adolf

      Est: -

      Kaufmann, Adolf 1848 Troppau - 1916 Wien Der Entenweiher. Signiert. Öl/Holz, 50 x 70 cm.

      Dusseldorfer Auktionshaus
    • Adolf Kaufmann
      Apr. 28, 2024

      Adolf Kaufmann

      Est: €2,400 - €4,800

      (1848 Troppau - 1916 Wien) Ruderboot in gischtiger See Durch einen teilw. pastosen Farbauftrag und einen virtuos-lockeren, breiten Duktus entfaltet das Marinebild eine impressionistische Wirkung. Kaufmann lebte längere Zeit in Paris, wo er durch die Schule von Barbizon beeinflusst wurde; neben vielen Paris-Aufenthalten unternahm er Reisen in die Normandie, die Bretagne, nach Belgien, Holland und Norwegen. Nicht nur in der französischen Hauptstadt feierte der ab 1890 in Wien ansässige Künstler große Erfolge, sondern auch im Wiener Künstlerhaus, im Münchner Glaspalast und in der Großen Berliner Kunstausstellung. Öl/Lwd.; R. u. sign.; 66,5 cm x 50 cm. Rahmen. Oil on canvas. Signed.

      Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
    • Adolf Kaufmann (1848-1916)
      Apr. 23, 2024

      Adolf Kaufmann (1848-1916)

      Est: €220 - €440

      Adolf Kaufmann (1848-1916), Italian landscape with farmers, oil on canvas, signed with pseudonym bottom right, framed, 32 x 48 cm

      Deutsch Auktionen
    • Adolph Kaufman Esq.
      Apr. 07, 2024

      Adolph Kaufman Esq.

      Est: $200 - $400

      Young Woman and Cherub. Adolf Kaufmann (Austria 1848-1916). Oil on canvas. Circa 1870. Canvas: 12 x 14 in. 19thc frame: 19 x 21 in. Condition: Good viewing condition with aging and craquelure. Under blacklight: touchup on skin. Provenance: Purchased from London auction house in the 1980's and since has been hanging in the Jack and Peggy McDowell estate on the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta. Just beautiful!

      Four Seasons Auction Gallery
    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria 1848-1916), Spring landscape with cows and a pond, Oil on board, Signed lower left "A. Kaufmann", Original label on verso, 10" x 13"
      Feb. 24, 2024

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria 1848-1916), Spring landscape with cows and a pond, Oil on board, Signed lower left "A. Kaufmann", Original label on verso, 10" x 13"

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria 1848-1916) Spring landscape with cows and a pond Oil on board Signed lower left "A. Kaufmann" Original label on verso 10" x 13"

      Nadeau's Auction Gallery
    • Adolf KAUFMANN (1848-1916) Austrian - Czech
      Feb. 16, 2024

      Adolf KAUFMANN (1848-1916) Austrian - Czech

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Adolf KAUFMANN (1848-1916) ; Valk boat ; 1881 ; oil on paper mounted on wood panel / framed ; dimensions 32 x 52 cm (12 2/3 x 20 1/2 in.) ; signed and dated lower left corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $250 , National post with tracking service $120 / Shipping to EU, Russia, Middle Assia - DHL $150 , National post with tracking service $65

      Art-Torg
    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jan. 07, 2024

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,500 - $4,500

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Country Landscape with Cows MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Two patches. Some scratches/paint losses. Some craquelure. Some inpainting along edges and few scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 40 x 44 inches / 101 x 111 cm FRAME SIZE: 50 x 53 inches / 127 x 134 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124943 US Shipping $319 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist. He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences. His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grobe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique

      Est: $280 - $360

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848-1916) NAME: River Landscape with Sail Boats MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Very good. Minor age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 4 x 9 1/2 inches / 10 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120898 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • ATTR Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      ATTR Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $340 - $425

      ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Mountain Landscape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 8 x 6 inches / 20 x 15 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122455 US Shipping $29 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $525 - $675

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848-1916) NAME: River Landscape with Castle MEDIUM: oil on cardboard CONDITION: Minor damages to corners. Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 9 x 12 1/2 inches / 22 x 33 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120901 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $525 - $675

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) NAME: Country Backyard Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few very minor paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 9 x 10 1/2 inches / 22 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120899 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $625 - $800

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Autumn Landscape MEDIUM: oil on canvas board CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right NOTE: has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122456 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $950 - $1,200

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Cityscape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Some scratches/paint losses. Nail hole by the upper edge. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 7 x 14 inches / 17 x 35 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122454 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique

      Est: $380 - $475

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Steet Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Overall good. Minor age toning. ART SIZE: 13 x 10 inches / 33 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123836 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grohe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann, Troppau 1848 - 1916 Vienna, Homecoming
      Nov. 14, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann, Troppau 1848 - 1916 Vienna, Homecoming

      Est: €500 - €1,000

      Adolf Kaufmann Troppau 1848 - 1916 Vienna Homecoming Oil on cardboard 21 x 16 cm, with frame 25 x 19.5 cm

      Tiberius Auctions
    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Oct. 08, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,700 - $4,750

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Country Landscape with Cows MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Two patches. Some scratches/paint losses. Some craquelure. Some inpainting along edges and few scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 40 x 44 inches / 101 x 111 cm FRAME SIZE: 50 x 53 inches / 127 x 134 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124943 US Shipping $319 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist. He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences. His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grobe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique

      Est: $280 - $360

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848-1916) NAME: River Landscape with Sail Boats MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Very good. Minor age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 4 x 9 1/2 inches / 10 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120898 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • ATTR Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      ATTR Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $340 - $425

      ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Mountain Landscape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 8 x 6 inches / 20 x 15 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122455 US Shipping $29 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $525 - $675

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848-1916) NAME: River Landscape with Castle MEDIUM: oil on cardboard CONDITION: Minor damages to corners. Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 9 x 12 1/2 inches / 22 x 33 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120901 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $525 - $675

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) NAME: Country Backyard Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few very minor paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 9 x 10 1/2 inches / 22 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120899 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $625 - $800

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Autumn Landscape MEDIUM: oil on canvas board CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right NOTE: has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122456 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $950 - $1,200

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Cityscape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Some scratches/paint losses. Nail hole by the upper edge. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 7 x 14 inches / 17 x 35 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122454 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique

      Est: $380 - $475

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Steet Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Overall good. Minor age toning. ART SIZE: 13 x 10 inches / 33 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123836 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grohe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion
      Aug. 24, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion

      Est: $250 - $350

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorotheum" which is an auction that took place in 1918 for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 x 7 in; frame: 10 x 12 in

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do
      Aug. 24, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do

      Est: $150 - $250

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Dorotheum auction for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 X 3.75 in; frame: 6 x 4.5 in

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do
      Jul. 27, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do

      Est: $150 - $250

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Dorotheum auction for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 X 3.75 in; frame: 6 x 4.5 in

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion
      Jul. 27, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion

      Est: $250 - $350

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorotheum" which is an auction that took place in 1918 for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 x 7 in; frame: 10 x 12 in

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jul. 02, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,900 - $5,000

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Country Landscape with Cows MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Two patches. Some scratches/paint losses. Some craquelure. Some inpainting along edges and few scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 40 x 44 inches / 101 x 111 cm FRAME SIZE: 50 x 53 inches / 127 x 134 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124943 US Shipping $319 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist. He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences. His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grobe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • ATTRIBUTED TO ADOLF KAUFMANN (AUSTRIAN 1848-1916) STEAMBOATS ON THE RIVER
      Jun. 17, 2023

      ATTRIBUTED TO ADOLF KAUFMANN (AUSTRIAN 1848-1916) STEAMBOATS ON THE RIVER

      Est: £30 - £50

      ATTRIBUTED TO ADOLF KAUFMANN (AUSTRIAN 1848-1916) STEAMBOATS ON THE RIVER Signed with initials Oil on card, possibly cut down (24.5cm x 49cm)

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do
      Jun. 15, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do

      Est: $150 - $250

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Dorotheum auction for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 X 3.75 in; frame: 6 x 4.5 in

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion
      Jun. 15, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion

      Est: $250 - $350

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorotheum" which is an auction that took place in 1918 for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 x 7 in; frame: 10 x 12 in

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique

      Est: $280 - $360

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848-1916) NAME: River Landscape with Sail Boats MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Very good. Minor age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 4 x 9 1/2 inches / 10 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120898 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • ATTR Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      ATTR Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $360 - $450

      ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Mountain Landscape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 8 x 6 inches / 20 x 15 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122455 US Shipping $29 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $550 - $700

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848-1916) NAME: River Landscape with Castle MEDIUM: oil on cardboard CONDITION: Minor damages to corners. Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 9 x 12 1/2 inches / 22 x 33 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120901 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $550 - $700

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) NAME: Country Backyard Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few very minor paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 9 x 10 1/2 inches / 22 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120899 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the GroГџe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna KГјnstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess StГ©phanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $650 - $800

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Autumn Landscape MEDIUM: oil on canvas board CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right NOTE: has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122456 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $950 - $1,250

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Cityscape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Some scratches/paint losses. Nail hole by the upper edge. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 7 x 14 inches / 17 x 35 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122454 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Gro?e Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I.Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) watercolor painting antique

      Est: $380 - $475

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Steet Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Overall good. Minor age toning. ART SIZE: 13 x 10 inches / 33 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: unsigned but has artist's estate stamp on verso CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123836 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist.He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences.His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grohe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf KAUFMANN (1848-1916) Austrian - Czech
      Jun. 09, 2023

      Adolf KAUFMANN (1848-1916) Austrian - Czech

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Adolf KAUFMANN (1848-1916) ; Valk boat ; 1881 ; oil on paper mounted on wood panel / framed ; dimensions 32 x 52 cm (12 2/3 x 20 1/2 in.) ; signed and dated lower left corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $250 , National post with tracking service $120 / Shipping to EU, Russia, Middle Assia - DHL $150 , National post with tracking service $65

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    • Adolf Kaufmann, Troppau 1848 - 1916 Vienna, The shepherd
      May. 10, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann, Troppau 1848 - 1916 Vienna, The shepherd

      Est: €1,600 - €2,400

      Adolf Kaufmann Troppau 1848 - 1916 Vienna The shepherd Oil on cardboard 25.5 x 34.5 cm, with frame 44 x 54 cm Signed b.l.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann
      May. 07, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann

      Est: €2,800 - €5,600

      (1848 Troppau - 1916 Wien) Sitzender Bauernknabe vor einer weiten, sommerlichen Landschaft Mit virtuos lockerem, breitem Duktus und hellem, pastelltonigem Kolorit gemaltes, impressionistisches Werk Kaufmanns, das durch Erfassung des Lichts herausragt. Es gehört zu den seltenen Werken des Künstlers, in denen eine Figur die Komposition dominiert. Kaufmann lebte längere Zeit in Paris, wo er durch die Schule von Barbizon beeinflusst wurde; neben vielen Paris-Aufenthalten unternahm er Reisen in die Normandie, die Bretagne, nach Belgien, Holland und Norwegen. Nicht nur in der französischen Hauptstadt feierte der ab 1890 in Wien ansässige Künstler große Erfolge, sondern auch im Wiener Künstlerhaus, im Münchner Glaspalast und in der Großen Berliner Kunstausstellung. Öl/Lwd.; R. u. sign.; 77 cm x 100 cm. Rahmen. Provenienz: Auktion Dorotheum, Wien, 04.12.1996, Lot 926. Oil on canvas. Signed.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (1848–1916), Lake in the Pre-Alps (Wörthersee?), 1892
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (1848–1916), Lake in the Pre-Alps (Wörthersee?), 1892

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      In the picture, Kaufmann gives a fresh impression of a lake in the foothills of the Alps. The low horizon puts the viewer directly in the scenery. The light is bright, but diffusely distributed through the clouds except for highlights on the water next to the boat and on the horizon of the water level. The cows on the shore, the sailing boats, and the steamboat in the distance on the lake enliven the landscape.

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do
      Apr. 27, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Do

      Est: $150 - $250

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Friend's Portrait, Graphite drawing. Signed lower right hand corner. Acquired at the 1918 Dorotheum auction for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 X 3.75 in; frame: 6 x 4.5 in

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Trip to the Beach, Watercolor. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorothe
      Apr. 27, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Trip to the Beach, Watercolor. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorothe

      Est: $300 - $400

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). A Trip to the Beach, Watercolor. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorotheum" which is an auction that took place in 1918 for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 7.5 x 10 in; frame: 10.5 x 11.5 in

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    • ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion
      Apr. 27, 2023

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion

      Est: $300 - $400

      ADOLF KAUFMANN (Austrian, 1848 - 1916). Spring Picnic, Watercolor. Pencil signed lower right hand corner. Verso stamp: "Nachlassauktion / Adolf Kaufmann / Wien, Dorotheum" which is an auction that took place in 1918 for the estates of Hans Wilt, Adolf Kaufmann, Hans Dvorak and Carl Karger. Framed. - 5.5 x 7 in; frame: 10 x 12 in

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique
      Apr. 09, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (Austria,1848-1916) oil painting antique

      Est: $3,900 - $5,000

      ARTIST: Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian, 1848 - 1916) TITLE: Country Landscape with Cows MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Two patches. Some scratches/paint losses. Some craquelure. Some inpainting along edges and few scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 40 x 44 inches / 101 x 111 cm FRAME SIZE: 50 x 53 inches / 127 x 134 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124943 US Shipping $319 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Adolf Kaufmann was an Austrian landscape and marine artist. He was initially self-taught, but completed his studies with the animal painter, Emile van Marcke, in Paris and undertook several study trips, throughout Europe and the Middle East. His residence alternated between Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich.In 1890, he decided to settle in Vienna and opened a studio in the Wieden district. In 1900, together with Carl von Merode and Heinrich Lefler, he opened an "Art School for Ladies". He continued to visit Paris frequently and, when he painted there, signed his works with the pseudonym "A. Guyot". Other names he signed with include "A. Papouschek", "G. Salvi", "A. Jarptmann", "R. Neiber", "J. Rollin" and "M. Bandouch". Why he did this is unclear, although his choice of signature often reflects stylistic differences. His landscapes were influenced by the Barbizon school and the style known as "paysage intime", both of which he was exposed to in France during the 1870s.He was a frequent exhibitor and won numerous awards; notably at the Exposition Universelle (1900). From 1890 to 1913, he was a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; representing them at exhibitions at the Glaspalast in Munich and the Grobe Berliner Kunstausstellung. He became a full member of the Vienna Kunstlerhaus in 1909. His travels continued until they were cut short by the beginning of World War I. Many of his works were acquired by members of Royal and noble families; notably Emperor Napoleon III, Princess Stephanie of Belgium, Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen, Tsar Nicholas II and Queen Isabella II of Spain. His works may be seen at the Silesian Museum (Opava), the Pera Museum in Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna.

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    • Adolf Kaufmann (1848-1916)
      Mar. 30, 2023

      Adolf Kaufmann (1848-1916)

      Est: €300 - €600

      Adolf Kaufmann (1848-1916), The hen farm, Oil on canvas, signed bottom right, framed, 42x53cm

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