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    • Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph
      Dec. 03, 2022

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph

      Est: -

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph 1771 Düsseldorf - 1836 Düsseldorf Portrait des Johann Daniel Bornefeld (1746-1826). Signiert. Datiert 1816. Öl/Lwd./doubl., 78 x 68 cm.

      Dusseldorfer Auktionshaus
    • Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph
      May. 08, 2021

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph

      Est: -

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph 1771 Düsseldorf - 1836 Düsseldorf Portrait des Johann Daniel Bornefeld (1746-1826). Signiert. Datiert 1816. Öl/Lwd./doubl., 78 x 68 cm.

      Dusseldorfer Auktionshaus
    • ÉCOLE ALLEMANDE DU DEBUT DU XIXEME SIECLE, ENTOURAGE DE HEINRICH CHRISTOPH
      Jul. 05, 2015

      ÉCOLE ALLEMANDE DU DEBUT DU XIXEME SIECLE, ENTOURAGE DE HEINRICH CHRISTOPH

      Est: €8,000 - €12,000

      ÉCOLE ALLEMANDE DU DEBUT DU XIXEME SIECLE, ENTOURAGE DE HEINRICH CHRISTOPH KOLBE « Portrait de famille autour d’un jeu de cartes » Toile 164 x 98 cm Biographie : Originaire de Dusseldorf où il fit quasiment la totalité de sa carrière, Heinrich Christoph Kolbe (1771 – 1836), étudia près de dix ans à Paris, notamment dans l’atelier du baron Gérard. Il fut proche de Friedrich Schlegel, un des penseurs du romantisme allemand. A son retour en Allemagne, Kolbe travailla principalement comme portraitiste et on lui doit un portrait de Goethe ou bien plusieurs portraits de la famille de Saxe – Weimar. Professeur à partir de 1822, il influença de nombreux artistes de cette région du Rhin.

      Osenat
    • Kolbe, Heinrich ChristophDüsseldorf 1771 - 1836 Two paintings: Portraits of the Barmen couple Theodor Hasselkuss and his wife Frieda, born in Döring.
      Nov. 18, 2011

      Kolbe, Heinrich ChristophDüsseldorf 1771 - 1836 Two paintings: Portraits of the Barmen couple Theodor Hasselkuss and his wife Frieda, born in Döring.

      Est: €2,400 - €2,600

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph Düsseldorf 1771 - 1836 Two paintings: Portraits of the Barmen couple Theodor Hasselkuss and his wife Frieda, born in Döring. The male portrait signed and dated lower left: Kolbe j.f. 1834. Each: oil on canvas. The male portrait relined. 68 x 68cm. Framed.

      Van Ham Kunstauktionen
    • H. Kolbe (German) 8.25x10.5 O/C Autumn Woods
      Nov. 21, 2009

      H. Kolbe (German) 8.25x10.5 O/C Autumn Woods

      Est: $300 - $500

      H. Kolbe (attrib to HEINRICH CHRISTOPH KOLBE GERMAN, 1771-1836), 8.25 x 10.5 Oil on Canvas, Signed Lower Right, Depicting Interior Autumn Woods with Pond and Figure, some paint loss near

      Wickliff & Associates Auctioneers, Inc.
    • Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph "Portrait der Frau
      Oct. 18, 2008

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph "Portrait der Frau

      Est: - €3,000

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph "Portrait der Frau Sophia Karolina Frowein" (Düsseldorf 1771-1836 ebd.) Öl/Lwd., doubl. Links unten sign. und dat. "1812", rücks. alter Klebezettel. 66 x 56 cm; in schönem zeitgenössischem Rahmen. - Lit. Thieme/Becker 21.

      Kunstauktionshaus Schlosser
    • Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph "Portrait des Herrn
      Oct. 18, 2008

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph "Portrait des Herrn

      Est: - €3,000

      Kolbe, Heinrich Christoph "Portrait des Herrn Johann Peter Keuchen geb. 1776" (Düsseldorf 1771-1836 ebd.) Öl/Lwd., doubl. Rechts unten sign. und dat. "1812", rücks. alter Klebezettel. 66 x 56 cm; in schönem Rahmen "der Zeit". - Wenige Retuschen. - Lit. Thieme/Becker 21.

      Kunstauktionshaus Schlosser
    • Heinrich Christoph Kolbe. 1771 - Düsseldorf -
      Apr. 10, 2008

      Heinrich Christoph Kolbe. 1771 - Düsseldorf -

      Est: -

      Heinrich Christoph Kolbe. 1771 - Düsseldorf - 1836. Studierte bei Gerard in Paris Portraitmalerei. War tätig in Antwerpen, Brüssel und Paris. Professor an der Düsseldorfer Akademie. Portraitierte mehrfach Goethe. Sign. Portrait einer Dame mit weißer Spitzenhaube, blauem Taftkleid und beigem Umhang. Öl/Lwd. 74 x 60 cm. R

      Auktionshaus Michael Zeller
    • H. KOLBE (German, 1771-1836). COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE AND STREAM, signed lower left. Oil on canvas.
      Sep. 16, 2007

      H. KOLBE (German, 1771-1836). COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE AND STREAM, signed lower left. Oil on canvas.

      Est: $800 - $1,000

      H. KOLBE (German, 1771-1836). COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE AND STREAM, signed lower left. Oil on canvas - 20 in. x 31 1/2 in.

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • *HEINRICH CHRISTOPH KOLBE
      Nov. 02, 2001

      *HEINRICH CHRISTOPH KOLBE

      Est: $80,000 - $100,000

      *HEINRICH CHRISTOPH KOLBE GERMAN, 1771-1836 THE SEDUCTION OF HELEN OF TROY signed and dated Kolbe f. 1819 (lower left) oil on canvas 51 1/4 by 64in. 130.2 by 162.6cm. Heinrich Christoph Kolbe was a member of an illustrious German family of artists. Kolbe studied at the Dusseldorf Academy of Arts, and in 1800 moved to Paris where he developed his Neoclassical style under the tutelage of Vincent and Gerard, themselves pupils of the father of Neoclassicism, Jacques-Louis David. Upon his return to Dusseldorf, he continued to work in the Neoclassical style, primarily as a portraitist, and later earned a professorship at the Academy of Arts. The abduction of Helen was the catalyst for the Trojan War. Perhaps the best-known version of this subject is Jacques-Louis David's 1786 composition (Paris, Louvre). Kolbe's composition adheres to the strict order and rationality espoused by Neoclassicists, and belies the influence of his French counterpart. Indeed, the architectural surrounding is similar to one depicted in David's Paris and Helen, with Kolbe elaborating the scene by adding two figures and pushing them further into the foreground, replacing the caryatids in the background with columns, and enlarging and deepening the bedchamber. The figures are organized in a perfect triangular composition, with the position of every limb and glance allowing the viewer to understand the subtle interaction between the protagonists. Kolbe was also inspired by David's floor design of alternating circular and square tiles to create the illusion of spatial recession.

      Sotheby's
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