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    • The Chinese Scholar Lau
      Feb. 01, 2024

      The Chinese Scholar Lau

      Est: €200 - €400

      woodcut sheet size: 17,7 x 21,9 in , plate size: 9,4 x 11,9 in From: Annual portfolio of the Society for Reproducing Art in Vienna, 1922

      Lehner Kunstauktionen
    • E. LANG (1886-1962), on Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, Woodcut
      Oct. 14, 2023

      E. LANG (1886-1962), on Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, Woodcut

      Est: €120 - €200

      Erwin Lang (1886 Vienna - 1962 ibid.): on Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, 20th century, Woodcut Technique: Woodcut on Paper Date: 20th century Description: Double-sided printed sheetlet published by Avalun Verlag Vienna and Leipzig. This is the 13th edition from the series of "Avalun Prints". The title page features a depiction of personified death attacking the rich man in his sleep. Page 1 includes a short explanation in typographic print. On page 3 is a depiction of two figures with hand lanterns at night. On the reverse there is also a list of previously published prints in the series. Keywords: 20th century, Expressionism, Professions, Germany,

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    • E. LANG (1886-1962), on Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, Woodcut
      Jun. 10, 2023

      E. LANG (1886-1962), on Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, Woodcut

      Est: €120 - €200

      Erwin Lang (1886 Vienna - 1962 ibid.): on Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, 20th century, Woodcut Technique: Woodcut on Paper Date: 20th century Description: Double-sided printed sheetlet published by Avalun Verlag Vienna and Leipzig. This is the 13th edition from the series of "Avalun Prints". The title page features a depiction of personified death attacking the rich man in his sleep. Page 1 includes a short explanation in typographic print. On page 3 is a depiction of two figures with hand lanterns at night. On the reverse there is also a list of previously published prints in the series. Keywords: 20th century, Expressionism, Professions, Germany,

      Fichter Kunsthandel
    • Standing boy nude
      Jun. 06, 2023

      Standing boy nude

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      framed

      Lehner Kunstauktionen
    • ERWIN LANG (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna)
      May. 19, 2022

      ERWIN LANG (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna)

      Est: €200 - €300

      ERWIN LANG* (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna) The Rising lithography/paper, 46,9 x 33 cm litography from a portfolio of 12 lithographs and poems by Richard Billinger Archangels Morgenruf Provenance: private property Vienna ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 300 Austrian painter and graphic artist of the 20th century. Studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule under Erich Mallina, Rudolf Larisch, Carl Otto Czeschka and Berthold Löffler, among others. 1908 Participated in the art show of Gustav Klimt. Exhibits with Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka. Around 1910 marries the dancer Grete Wiesenthal. Worked as a stage designer in Vienna and Berlin for Max Reinhardt, among others. Friendship with Oskar Kokoschka and Franz von Zülow. 1924 - 1938 member of the Hagenbund, from 1946 member of the Vienna Secession, also membership of the Salzkammergut Artists' Guild. Created graphic works, also cycles and numerous posters and illustrations for Grete Wiesenthal, an important representative of modern expressive dance. As the son of the social worker and women's rights activist Marie Lang, Lang attended Alfred Roller's school of applied arts together with Kokoschka and Schiele. As early as 1908 he exhibited his works at the Vienna Art Show and in 1911 as part of the Hagenbund. His artistic focus was on the technique of the woodcut. After being a prisoner of war in Russia, from which he was only able to escape via China in 1920, he worked mainly as a stage decorator in Vienna and Berlin. It's one of the most beautiful things I've seen (...). She is so immaterial and so modest, almost entirely dancing, floating art and yet so very human in the goodness of her intelligent feeling.” These rapturous words come from a contemporary's personal memory of meeting the dancer Grete Wiesenthal. If you believe the contemporary descriptions, there is hardly anyone who is not enchanted by the charm, the elegance, the dancing ability, but also the kindness and philanthropy of the famous dancer. The admiration of the artist can also be clearly felt in the works of Erwin Lang shown here. The two are married to each other from 1910 to 1920 and have a son together. Lang met the young dancer when he was attending the applied arts school and working on nude and movement studies. Grete Wiesenthal was initially a solo dancer in the Vienna Court Opera Ballet and left the opera in 1908 to found an independent dance group with her sisters. In the same year, the three Wiesenthal sisters celebrate a resounding success with their modern dance style at the Cabaret Fledermaus. 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 ° in the catalog), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13% is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

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    • ERWIN LANG (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna)
      May. 19, 2022

      ERWIN LANG (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna)

      Est: €200 - €300

      ERWIN LANG* (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna) Dance lithography/paper, 46,9 x 33 x cm litography from a portfolio of 12 lithographs and poems by Richard Billinger Archangels Morgenruf Provenance: private property Vienna ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 300 Austrian painter and graphic artist of the 20th century. Studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule under Erich Mallina, Rudolf Larisch, Carl Otto Czeschka and Berthold Löffler, among others. 1908 Participated in the art show of Gustav Klimt. Exhibits with Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka. Around 1910 marries the dancer Grete Wiesenthal. Worked as a stage designer in Vienna and Berlin for Max Reinhardt, among others. Friendship with Oskar Kokoschka and Franz von Zülow. 1924 - 1938 member of the Hagenbund, from 1946 member of the Vienna Secession, also membership of the Salzkammergut Artists' Guild. Created graphic works, also cycles and numerous posters and illustrations for Grete Wiesenthal, an important representative of modern expressive dance. As the son of the social worker and women's rights activist Marie Lang, Lang attended Alfred Roller's school of applied arts together with Kokoschka and Schiele. As early as 1908 he exhibited his works at the Vienna Art Show and in 1911 as part of the Hagenbund. His artistic focus was on the technique of the woodcut. After being a prisoner of war in Russia, from which he was only able to escape via China in 1920, he worked mainly as a stage decorator in Vienna and Berlin. It's one of the most beautiful things I've seen (...). She is so immaterial and so modest, almost entirely dancing, floating art and yet so very human in the goodness of her intelligent feeling.” These rapturous words come from a contemporary's personal memory of meeting the dancer Grete Wiesenthal. If you believe the contemporary descriptions, there is hardly anyone who is not enchanted by the charm, the elegance, the dancing ability, but also the kindness and philanthropy of the famous dancer. The admiration of the artist can also be clearly felt in the works of Erwin Lang shown here. The two are married to each other from 1910 to 1920 and have a son together. Lang met the young dancer when he was attending the applied arts school and working on nude and movement studies. Grete Wiesenthal was initially a solo dancer in the Vienna Court Opera Ballet and left the opera in 1908 to found an independent dance group with her sisters. In the same year, the three Wiesenthal sisters celebrate a resounding success with their modern dance style at the Cabaret Fledermaus. 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 ° in the catalog), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13% 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
    • ERWIN LANG (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna)
      May. 19, 2022

      ERWIN LANG (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna)

      Est: €200 - €300

      ERWIN LANG* (Vienna 1886 - 1962 Vienna) Maenad lithography/paper, 46,9 x 33 cm litography from a portfolio of 12 lithographs and poems by Richard Billinger Archangels Morgenruf Provenance: private property Vienna ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 300 Austrian painter and graphic artist of the 20th century. Studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule under Erich Mallina, Rudolf Larisch, Carl Otto Czeschka and Berthold Löffler, among others. 1908 Participated in the art show of Gustav Klimt. Exhibits with Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka. Around 1910 marries the dancer Grete Wiesenthal. Worked as a stage designer in Vienna and Berlin for Max Reinhardt, among others. Friendship with Oskar Kokoschka and Franz von Zülow. 1924 - 1938 member of the Hagenbund, from 1946 member of the Vienna Secession, also membership of the Salzkammergut Artists' Guild. Created graphic works, also cycles and numerous posters and illustrations for Grete Wiesenthal, an important representative of modern expressive dance. As the son of the social worker and women's rights activist Marie Lang, Lang attended Alfred Roller's school of applied arts together with Kokoschka and Schiele. As early as 1908 he exhibited his works at the Vienna Art Show and in 1911 as part of the Hagenbund. His artistic focus was on the technique of the woodcut. After being a prisoner of war in Russia, from which he was only able to escape via China in 1920, he worked mainly as a stage decorator in Vienna and Berlin. It's one of the most beautiful things I've seen (...). She is so immaterial and so modest, almost entirely dancing, floating art and yet so very human in the goodness of her intelligent feeling.” These rapturous words come from a contemporary's personal memory of meeting the dancer Grete Wiesenthal. If you believe the contemporary descriptions, there is hardly anyone who is not enchanted by the charm, the elegance, the dancing ability, but also the kindness and philanthropy of the famous dancer. The admiration of the artist can also be clearly felt in the works of Erwin Lang shown here. The two are married to each other from 1910 to 1920 and have a son together. Lang met the young dancer when he was attending the applied arts school and working on nude and movement studies. Grete Wiesenthal was initially a solo dancer in the Vienna Court Opera Ballet and left the opera in 1908 to found an independent dance group with her sisters. In the same year, the three Wiesenthal sisters celebrate a resounding success with their modern dance style at the Cabaret Fledermaus. 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 ° in the catalog), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13% 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
    • ERWIN LANG (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) GRETE WIESENTHAL, 1915 Woodcut: 10 x 9 1/4 in. (plate), 18 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. (sheet)
      Mar. 23, 2022

      ERWIN LANG (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) GRETE WIESENTHAL, 1915 Woodcut: 10 x 9 1/4 in. (plate), 18 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. (sheet)

      Est: $50 - $100

      ERWIN LANG (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) GRETE WIESENTHAL, 1915 Woodcut: 10 x 9 1/4 in. (plate), 18 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. (sheet) Matted; lower right dated, signed and titled: 1915 Erwin LANG / ex ZYKLUS / "Grete Wiesenthal" Provenance: Estate of Mirtha V. Perea

      Potomack Company
    • Lang, Erwin
      Feb. 19, 2022

      Lang, Erwin

      Est: €30 - €40

      (1886 Wien 1962). Stefansturm. Holzschnitt auf Ingres. 28 x 18, Blgr. 40 x 29,5 cm. Sign. - Äußere Ränder schwach knittrig. R

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    • ERWIN LANG (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) GRETE WIESENTHAL, 1915 Woodcut: 10 x 9 1/4 in. (plate), 18 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. (sheet)
      Dec. 16, 2021

      ERWIN LANG (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) GRETE WIESENTHAL, 1915 Woodcut: 10 x 9 1/4 in. (plate), 18 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. (sheet)

      Est: $100 - $150

      ERWIN LANG (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) GRETE WIESENTHAL, 1915 Woodcut: 10 x 9 1/4 in. (plate), 18 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. (sheet) Matted; lower right dated, signed and titled: 1915 Erwin LANG / ex ZYKLUS / "Grete Wiesenthal" Provenance: Estate of Mirtha V. Perea

      Potomack Company
    • Lang, Plakat Wiesenthal / Lang, Poster Wiesenthal
      Dec. 04, 2021

      Lang, Plakat Wiesenthal / Lang, Poster Wiesenthal

      Est: -

      Lang, Erwin (1886 Wien - 1962 ebenda) ''Central-Theater. Grete Wiesenthal Gastspiel''. Veranstaltungsplakat. Farblithografie, 1911. In der Darstellung unterhalb des Titels links signiert. Druck bei Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin. Ausdrucksstarkes Plakat mit dem Antlitz der Schauspielerin und Tänzerin als stilisierte Maske. 89,5 x 47,5 cm (Bl). Umlaufend knickspurig und mit kleinen Mängeln. Risse unten Mitte, links oben und an den oberen Ecken (hier hinterlegt). Event poster theater Grete Wiesenthal. Colour lithograph, 1911. Signed in the motiv below the title left. Printed in Berlin. Some bends and crinkles allover. Tears at bottom and left margin as wells as the top corners (here fixed backsides).

      Kunstauktionshaus Günther
    • E.LANG (1886-1962), Illustration for Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, Woodcut
      Sep. 18, 2021

      E.LANG (1886-1962), Illustration for Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, Woodcut

      Est: €135 - €225

      Erwin Lang (1886 Wien - 1962 ibid.), Illustration for Hofmannsthal's play "Everyman, 20th century, Woodcut Technique: Woodcut on Paper Date: 20th century Description: Double-sided printed sheetlet published by Avalun Verlag Vienna and Leipzig. This is the 13th edition from the series of "Avalun Prints". The title page features a depiction of personified death attacking the rich man in his sleep. Page 1 includes a short explanation in typographic print. On page 3 is a depiction of two figures with hand lanterns at night. On the reverse there is also a list of previously published prints in the series. Keywords: , 20th century, Expressionism, Professions, Germany, Size: 30,0 cm x 23,0 cm Condition: Very good Condition. Sporadic pale discolourations and single foxing spots are visible. There is a full-page horizontal crease in the centre of the sheet.

      Fichter Kunsthandel
    • Vita Nuova
      Mar. 23, 2017

      Vita Nuova

      Est: €1,000 - €1,200

      linocut signed lower right; titled lower left 18.5 x 14.6 inch framed

      Lehner Kunstauktionen
    • Print, Erwin Lang, The Dance
      Sep. 13, 2014

      Print, Erwin Lang, The Dance

      Est: $50 - $100

      Erwin Lang (Austrian, 1886-1962), "The Dance," c. 1920, woodblock print, pencil signed lower right, overall (framed): 22.5"h x 19.5"w. Provenance: Barclay Simpson Fine Arts Gallery (Lafayette, CA)

      Clars Auctions
    • Cathedral Interior
      May. 04, 2014

      Cathedral Interior

      Est: $20 - $50

      Cathedral Interior

      Arthaz
    • Cathedral Façade
      May. 04, 2014

      Cathedral Façade

      Est: $20 - $50

      Cathedral Façade

      Arthaz
    • Sideview portrait of a man
      May. 04, 2014

      Sideview portrait of a man

      Est: $80 - $150

      Sideview portrait of a man

      Arthaz
    • Book - Lang, Erwin
      Oct. 12, 2013

      Book - Lang, Erwin

      Est: - €60

      Lang, Erwin (1886 Wien 1962). Stefansturm. Holzschnitt auf Ingres. 28 x 18, Blgr. 40 x 29, 5 cm. Sign. - Äußere Ränder schwach knittrig.

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    • Erwin Lang * (Wien 1886-1962) Rückseite betitelt,
      May. 15, 2013

      Erwin Lang * (Wien 1886-1962) Rückseite betitelt,

      Est: €900 - €1,200

      Erwin Lang * (Wien 1886-1962) Rückseite betitelt, "Schnitter", rechts unten signiert Erwin Lang, Aquarell auf Papier, ca. 55 x 39 cm, Passepartout, verglast, gerahmt, Rahmen etwas beschädigt (CW) Ruf 450,

      Dorotheum
    • Ätna.
      Feb. 02, 2013

      Ätna.

      Est: - €100

      Ätna. Ausbruch des Ätna. Holzschnitt von Erwin Lang (1886-1962). 26 x 18, Blgr. 40 x 29, 5 cm. Sign. u. mit dem Namenszug im Stock.

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    • Lang, Erwin
      Apr. 21, 2012

      Lang, Erwin

      Est: - €60

      Lang, Erwin (1886 Wien 1962). Stefansturm. Holzschnitt auf Ingres. 28 x 18 cm. Blgr. 40 x 29,5 cm. Sign. - Äußerste Ränder etw. knittrig.

      Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
    • Ätna.
      Apr. 21, 2012

      Ätna.

      Est: - €100

      Ätna. Ausbruch des Ätna. Holzschnitt von Erwin Lang (1886-1962). 26 x 18, Blgr. 40 x 29,5 cm. Sign. u. mit dem Namenszug im Stock.

      Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
    • Lang, Erwin,
      Jun. 19, 2010

      Lang, Erwin,

      Est: - €800

      Lang, Erwin, Wiener Maler u. Graphiker (1886-1962). 6 eh. Briefe mit eh. Unterschrift "Erwin", tls. mit eh. Bleistift- od. Tuschfederzeichn., tls. aquarelliert, mit U. "Erwin", 1 dat. "Wien 3.II 1929" u. 2 Brieffragm., beide mit aquarell. Zeichn., davon 1 mit U., 1 dat. "Abtsdorf 22 Juli 1926". Gr.8° bis 4°. Zus. 13 Bl., davon 24 S. beschrieben. Meist gefaltet. Wohl alle an seinen Freund "Ernstl", ("Ernsterl") Ernst Goldschmidt. - Dazu: "Der Nackichte", eine kl. Abhandlung über den Meschen u. seine Bekleidung u. deren Bedeutung, mit 6 aquarellierten Bleistiftzeichnungen. Vierfach gef. Leporello von 5 Bl. davon 6 S. beschrieben. - 2 kolor. Holzschn. "Fröhliche Weihnachten!" u. "Freuet euch". Ca. 22 x 17 u. ca. 26 x 20 cm. 1 mit dem Namenszug u. Datum (unleserlich) im Stock. - Tls. gebr. u. angestaubt, tls. schmutzfl. - Eh. Brief von Erwins Mutter Marie Lang an Ernsterl, dat. "Hollereck 28. III 1930", in dem sie ihn um Hilfe bittet, da Peter bei Steyr-Auto arbeitet u. dort von 6000 schon 4000 Stellen abgebaut wurden, "Peter ist tüchtig u. werth hinübergelotst zu werden". 4°. 1 Bl., beids. beschrieben. - 3 kl. Fotos von "Mutter Lang", davon 1 mit eh. Widm. an "Ernsterl", dat. 15 II 1931. Die anderen von anderer Hand beschriftet u. 1 dat. "Hollereck Sommer 1927".

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    • Lang, Erwin (1886 Wien 1962). Der chinesische
      Jan. 24, 2009

      Lang, Erwin (1886 Wien 1962). Der chinesische

      Est: - €60

      Lang, Erwin (1886 Wien 1962). Der chinesische Gelehrte Lau. Holzschnitt, 1922. 24 x 30 cm. Signiert. Signierter Vorzugsdruck des in der Jahresmappe 1922 der Ges. f. vervielf. Kunst in Wien erschienenen Blattes. - Unt. li. Eck etw. knickf.

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    • [ Poster ]
      Sep. 20, 2008

      [ Poster ]

      Est: €300 - €450

      Lang, Erwin 1886 - 1962:Grete Wiesenthal Gastspiel: Druck: Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin(B+) aJ, Aufkleber entfernt, dort etwas fleckig: DfP III-1942: 1911: 70 x 47 cm

      Jörg Weigelt Auktionen
    • The dancer Grete Wiesenthal with her son and sister
      Dec. 13, 2007

      The dancer Grete Wiesenthal with her son and sister

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Erwin Lang (AUSTRIAN, 1886-1962) The dancer Grete Wiesenthal with her son and sister oil on canvas 79 x 71¼ in. (200.7 x 181 cm.) Painted in 1911.

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