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Painter, Draft draughtsman, b. 1909 - d. 1994

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          • Roberto Burle-Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994), Untitled
            Nov. 05, 2023

            Roberto Burle-Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994), Untitled

            Est: $25,000 - $40,000

            Roberto Burle-Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994), Untitled Signed and dated 1986 bottom right, acrylic and silkscreen on canvas. 57 5/8 x 93 1/2 in. (146.4 x 237.5cm) Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Lot essay Roberto Burle-Marx, primarily known for his pioneering work in landscape architecture and environmental design, also had a notable body of work as a painter. His oil on canvas paintings, which often featured bold and vibrant colors, were deeply influenced by his connection to nature and the lush landscapes of his native Brazil. Burle-Marx's artistic vision in these paintings typically focused on the abstract, employing organic and geometric forms to create dynamic compositions. In his oil paintings, Burle-Marx showcased a strong sense of rhythm and movement, mirroring the undulating shapes and vivid colors of Brazil's flora and landscapes. His works frequently captured the essence of the Brazilian tropical environment, from its lush rainforests to its stunning beaches. While his renown primarily stems from his contributions to landscape architecture, his oil on canvas paintings provide a valuable insight into his multifaceted creative talent, bridging the gap between his love for nature and his passion for art.

            Freeman's
          • Atributted to Roberto BURLE MARX (1909-1994) - three floral drawings - signed
            Nov. 14, 2021

            Atributted to Roberto BURLE MARX (1909-1994) - three floral drawings - signed

            Est: $1,500 - $3,000

            renowned Brazilian landscape architect pencil on paper each 26X19 cm Signed

            Alma
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED
            Nov. 12, 2020

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED

            Est: $10,000 - $15,000

            Lot 21 Roberto Burle Marx Brazilian (1909-1994) Untitled acrylic on cotton cloth signed lower right 43 1/2 x 79 inches Provenance: A Private Brazilian Collection,

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED
            Oct. 07, 2020

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED

            Est: $15,000 - $25,000

            Lot 16 Roberto Burle Marx Brazilian (1909-1994) Untitled acrylic on cotton cloth signed lower right 43 1/2 x 79 inches Provenance: A Private Brazilian Collection,

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED
            Oct. 07, 2020

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED

            Est: $15,000 - $25,000

            Lot 12 Roberto Burle Marx Brazilian (1909-1994) Untitled (1981) acrylic on canvas signed lower right 39 x 59 inches Provenance: A Private Brazilian Collection,

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED
            Oct. 07, 2020

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX - UNTITLED

            Est: $15,000 - $25,000

            Lot 3 Roberto Burle Marx Brazilian (1909-1994) Untitled (1985) acrylic on cotton cloth signed lower right 37 3/4 x 56 3/4 inches Provenance: A Private Brazilian Collection,

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • Roberto Burle-Marx (*)
            Jun. 25, 2020

            Roberto Burle-Marx (*)

            Est: €14,000 - €18,000

            * The lot is liable to resale royalties. Please note the exact Buyer’s Premium charges which can be found in the Conditions of Sale in the Terms below. (Sao Paulo 1909–1994 Rio de Janeiro) Untitled, signed and dated R. Burle Marx 1986, oil on canvas, 100 x 80 cm, framed Provenance: Private Collection, Germany - acquired directly from the artist in the early Nineties

            Dorotheum
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX | Sem título
            Mar. 06, 2020

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX | Sem título

            Est: $20,000 - $30,000

            acrylic on canvas

            Sotheby's
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Brazil, 1909-1994) lithograph,
            Feb. 25, 2020

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Brazil, 1909-1994) lithograph,

            Est: $200 - $300

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Brazil, 1909-1994) lithograph, "Florestela I," a forest in the cubist style. Signed lower right, dated 1986, titled, edition 20/50. Inscribed "To Heidi and Jim, my friendship, Roberto, 1989." Image measures 17.5" x 25.25". In a wood frame; 27.75" x 34.75" overall.

            O'Gallerie
          • BURLE MARX (1909-1994), UNTITLED
            Jun. 26, 2019

            BURLE MARX (1909-1994), UNTITLED

            Est: €200 - €300

            BURLE MARX (1909-1994), UNTITLED Colored lithography, 73/100. Signed. Dated 1984. Dim.: 50x70 cm.

            Renascimento
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX Sem Título.
            May. 02, 2019

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX Sem Título.

            Est: $25,000 - $35,000

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX Sem Título. Acrylic on cloth, stretched and framed, 1988. 1051x1580 mm; 59x62 inches. Signed and dated in felt-tip pen and ink, lower right recto. Acquired directly from the artist by the current owner; private collection, Pennsylvania. Known primarily for his influential and widespread contributions to landscape architecture, Burle Marx (1909-1994) was also a dedicated painter whose works explored the tenets of Modernism. While still a student at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro, he designed his first garden for the Schwartz House, Rio de Janeiro, designed by Burle Marx's professor at the time, Lucio Costa, and later enriched by Oscar Niemeyer (see lot 429), which brought Modernist design to landscape gardening. He quickly gained acclaim, designing the parks and promenades along Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, and receiving commissions to design gardens around the world. Burle Marx founded a landscape studio in 1955 and in the same year he established a landscape company, called Burle Marx & Cia. Ltda. He opened an office in Caracas, Venezuela in 1956 and started working with architects Jose Tabacow and Haruyoshi Ono in 1968. Burle Marx worked on commissions throughout Brazil, Argentina, Chile and many other South American countries, France, South Africa, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles. Despite his success as a landscape architect, Burle Marx consistently viewed himself foremost as a fine artist and continued painting throughout his career. In addition, his mosaic designs for the pavement bordering the Copacabana Beach are among the most famous in Brazil. In 1970, he represented Brazil at the 35th Venice Biennale. Burle Marx's work continues to be celebrated and studied today. An upcoming exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx will explore his impact on landscape architecture through his renowned designs and his commitment to environmental conservation in his native Brazil and also bring together a wide collection of his his paintings, prints, drawings and textiles.

            Swann Auction Galleries
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX
            Dec. 08, 2018

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX

            Est: CHF5,000 - CHF7,000

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Sao Paulo 1909 - 1994 Rio de Janeiro) Untitled. 1979. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated lower right: R. Burle Marx 1979. 79 x 61.5 cm. Provenance: - Purchased from the artist in 1980, private collection Brasil. - By descent to the present owner, since then private collection USA. “A good landscape architect has to know not just about plants. He must also know about Piero della Francesca, and understand what makes a Miró, a Michelangelo, a Picasso, a Braque, a Léger.” (Roberto Burle Marx) The universal artist Roberto Burle Marx was a painter, sculptor, landscape architect, stage designer, designer and environmental activist. A Renaissance personality in the 20th century. During his 60-year career he developed over 2000 gardens around the world and discovered around 50 new types of plant. Born in Sao Paulo in 1909, he grew up with his German-Jewish-Brazilian parents who were art enthusiasts and progressives. His mother was a pianist and singer. From early on his artistic and musical talents were fostered. As a young student of painting he went with his parents on a cultural trip to Berlin in 1928. Visits to the German Opera, the countless Berlin museums and the Botanic Gardens in Berlin-Dahlem made an impression on his stay. Ironically it was there that he came into contact with tropical plants for the first time. After his return from Berlin, Burle Marx turned to the architects Lúcio Costa, Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemayer and began to work for them on their projects as a landscape architect, although he continued to be enrolled as a student of painting at the Escola de Belas Artes in Rio de Janeiro. The early plant studies and drawings, paintings and garden designs led him both in the fine arts as well as in landscape architecture towards abstraction. He developed a succinct style, which disrupted the strong symmetry which had hitherto held sway in South American landscape architecture and which was modelled on the European garden designs of the Belle Époque period. In his garden design he translated the flatness of a picture into three-dimensionality, so that his gardens were often reminiscent of an abstract painting. The work offered at auction here comes from 1974. We can imagine how he was inspired by the local floral, from the shapes and colours of the leaves, which were often his models. Burle Marx’s style is characterised by clearly defined colours, scale, surfaces, strong contrasts, and organic and serpentine-like forms, as well as geometric, chess-board-like panels. Roberto Burle Marx’s interests extended way beyond his artistic activities, and he also enjoyed great recognition for his numerous achievements in botany and as an environmentalist. In Sítio Santo Antônio da Bica, an estate near Rio de Janeiro, which Burle Marx bought in 1949, he built a sprawling landscape of exotic plants, which he bequeathed to the Brazilian state in 1984. His most famous commissions worldwide include the wave structure of Copacabana beach promenade (1970), the Biscayne Boulevard in Miami (1988–2004) as well as numerous roof gardens, including that of the house of Alfredo Schwartz in Rio de Janeiro (1932). --------------- ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Sao Paulo 1909 - 1994 Rio de Janeiro) Ohne Titel. 1979. Öl auf Leinwand. Unten rechts signiert und datiert: R. Burle Marx 1979. 79 x 61,5 cm. Provenienz: - Direkt vom Künstler im Jahr 1980 erworben, Privatsammlung Brasilien. - Durch Erbschaft an den heutigen Besitzer, seitdem Privatsammlung USA. „Ein guter Landschaftsarchitekt darf nicht nur Pflanzen kennen. Er muss auch wissen, was ein Piero della Francesca ist, und verstehen, was einen Miró ausmacht, einen Michelangelo, einen Picasso, einen Braque, einen Léger.“ (Roberto Burle Marx) Der Universalkünstler Roberto Burle Marx ist Maler, Bildhauer, Landschaftsarchitekt, Bühnenbildner, Designer und Umweltaktivist. Eine Renaissancepersönlichkeit im 20. Jahrhundert. Während seiner 60-jährigen Laufbahn entwickelt er weltweit über 2000 Gärten und entdeckt um die 50 neue Pflanzenarten. 1909 in Sao Paulo geboren, wächst er bei seinen kunstinteressierten und progressiven deutschjüdisch-brasilianischen Eltern auf. Seine Mutter ist Pianistin und Sängerin. Schon früh werden die künstlerischen und musischen Talente von Roberto Burle Marx gefördert. Als junger Malereistudent begibt er sich mit den Eltern 1928 auf eine Kulturreise nach Berlin. Besuche der Deutschen Oper, der unzähligen Berliner Museen und des botanischen Gartens in Berlin-Dahlem prägen seinen Aufenthalt. Paradoxerweise ist es dort, wo er erstmalig mit der tropischen Pflanzenkultur in Berührung kommt. Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Berlin, wendet sich Burle Marx den Architekten Lúcio Costa, Le Corbusier und Oscar Niemayer zu und beginnt für deren Projekte landschaftsarchitektonisch tätig zu werden, wenngleich er parallel als Malereistudent an der Escola de Belas Artes in Rio de Janeiro eingeschrieben bleibt. Die frühen Pflanzenstudien und Zeichnungen, Gemälde und Gartenentwürfe führen ihn sowohl in der Bildenden Kunst als auch in der Landschaftsarchitektur zur Abstraktion. Er entwickelt einen prägnanten Stil, die die strenge Symmetrie, die bisher in der südamerikanischen Landschaftsarchitektur herrscht und die sich an die europäische Gartengestaltung der Belle Époque anlehnt, unterbricht. Er überträgt in der Gartengestaltung die Flächtigkeit des Bildes in die Dreidimensionalität, sodass seine Gärten oftmals an abstrakte Gemälde erinnern. Unser hier zur Auktion angebotenes Werk stammt aus dem Jahr 1974. Man könnte sich vorstellen, dass er sich hier von der heimischen Flora inspirieren hat lassen, von den Formen und Farben der Blätter, die oftmals seine Vorlagen waren. Burle Marxs Stil kennzeichnet sich durch die klar definierten Farben, Massstäbe, Flächen, starke Kontraste, organisch und serpentinenartige Formen, wie auch geometrische, schachbrettartige Felder. Roberto Burle Marxs Interesse erstreckt sich weit über die künstlerische Praxis hinaus, so kommt ihm auch für zahlreiche Errungenschaften in der Botanik und als Umweltschützer große Anerkennung zugute. In Sítio Santo Antônio da Bica, einem Landsitz nahe Rio de Janeiro, den Burle Marx 1949 kauft, errichtet er eine weitläufige Landschaft exotischer Pflanzen, die er 1984 dem brasilianischen Staat vermacht. Zu seinen weltweit bekanntesten Auftragsarbeiten zählen die wellenförmige Ausgestaltung der Copacabana Strandpromenade (1970), der Biscayne Boulevard in Miami (1988–2004) sowie zahlreiche Dachgärten, darunter der des Hauses von Alfredo Schwartz in Rio de Janeiro (1932).

            Koller Auctions
          • Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) - Untitled
            Nov. 21, 2018

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) - Untitled

            Est: $60,000 - $80,000

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled acrylic on cotton cloth 44 x 58 in. (110.5 x 149.9 cm.)

            Christie's
          • Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) - Untitled
            Nov. 21, 2018

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) - Untitled

            Est: $20,000 - $30,000

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled panneaux (acrylic and silk screen on cotton cloth) 49 ½ x 61 ¼ in. (125.7 x 155.6 cm.)

            Christie's
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX
            Jun. 30, 2018

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX

            Est: CHF9,000 - CHF14,000

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Sao Paulo 1909 - 1994 Rio de Janeiro) Untitled. 1990. Acrylic and silkscreen on canvas. Signed and dated lower right: R. Burle Marx 1990. 122 x 175 cm. Provenance: Purchased by the previous owner in 1992, since then private collection USA. Roberto Burle Marx is one of the most well-known international landscape architects of the 20th century. Born in Rio de Janeiro, he grew up in a progressive environment with his German-Jewish-Brazilian parents, who from early on encouraged their son’s artistic and musical talents. As a young student of painting, Burle Marx went on a cultural trip to Berlin with his parents in 1928, where, paradoxically, he came into contact with tropical plants at the botanical gardens for the first time. In the landscape architecture of South America up to that time, a strongly symmetrical European-influenced style was pursued. After his return from Berlin, Burle Marx turned to the architects Lúcio Costa, Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemayer and began to work on the landscape elements of their projects, although parallel to this he remained enrolled at the Escola de Belas Artes in Rio de Janeiro as a painting student. The specific stylistic feature of Roberto Burle Marx’s work, which comes through in both his sketches for gardens and in his painted compositions, is the break from strict symmetry in favour of a Cubist-driven aesthetic. It is no coincidence that his gardens are often said to be reminiscent of an abstract painting. Equally, and conversely, his paintings resemble architectural sketches. In this, however, we see his understanding of universal artistic practice, which knows no boundaries between individual genres. Roberto Burle Marx’s interests extended far beyond his artistic practice and he enjoyed great recognition for his numerous achievements in the field of botany and as an environmentalist. In Sítio Santo Antônio da Bica, a country estate near Rio de Janeiro, which Burle Marx bought in 1949, he established an extensive landscape of exotic plants, which he bequeathed to the Brazilian state in 1984. His most famous international commissions include the wave-shaped structure of the Copacabana beach promenade (1970), the Biscayne Boulevard in Miami (1988–2004) as well as numerous roof gardens, including the house of Alfredo Schwartz in Rio de Janeiro (1932). Until recently his artistic oeuvre was not well known, but in the last two years it has attracted much attention through a large touring exhibition. This retrospective exhibition was shown at the Jewish Museum, New York and the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin, amongst other places. The pictorial work of Roberto Burle Marx is situated within the oeuvre of the avant-garde, but at the same time stands out as distinctive thanks to the prominence of his architectural achievement. --------------- ROBERTO BURLE MARX (Sao Paulo 1909 - 1994 Rio de Janeiro) Ohne Titel. 1990. Acryl und Siebdruck auf Leinwand. Unten rechts signiert und datiert: R. Burle Marx 1990. 117 x 170 cm. Provenienz: Vom vorigen Besitzer 1992 erworben, seitdem Privatsammlung USA. Roberto Burle Marx gilt als einer der bekanntesten internationalen Landschaftsarchitekten des 20. Jahrhunderts. In Rio de Janeiro geboren, wuchs er im progressiven Umfeld seiner deutschjüdisch-brasilianischen Eltern auf, die die künstlerischen und musischen Talente des Sohnes von früh auf fördern. Als junger Malereistudent begibt sich Burle Marx mit den Eltern 1928 auf eine Kulturreise nach Berlin, wo er paradoxerweise erstmalig mit der tropischen Pflanzenkultur botanischer Gärten in Berührung kommt. In der Landschaftsarchitektur Südamerikas wird bis dato nämlich ein europäisch geprägter, streng symmetrischer Stil verfolgt. Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Berlin, wendet sich Burle Marx den Architekten Lúcio Costa, Le Corbusier und Oscar Niemayer zu und beginnt für deren Projekte landschaftsarchitektonisch tätig zu werden, wenngleich er parallel als Malereistudent an der Escola de Belas Artes in Rio de Janeiro eingeschrieben bleibt. Roberto Burle Marx prägnantes Stilmerkmal, das sowohl in den Entwurfsskizzen für Gärten als auch in seinen malerischen Kompositionen durchkommt, ist der Bruch mit der strengen Symmetrie zugunsten einer kubistisch motivierten Ästhetik. Nicht von ungefähr kommt die Aussage, dass seine Gärten oftmals an abstrakte Gemälde erinnern. Gleichermaßen gilt umgekehrt die Ähnlichkeit seiner Malerei zur architektonischen Skizze. Darin zeichnet sich jedoch sein Verständnis einer universalen künstlerischen Praxis aus, die keine Grenze zwischen den einzelnen Gattungen kennt. Roberto Burle Marxs Interesse erstreckt sich weit über die künstlerische Praxis hinaus, so kommt ihm auch für zahlreiche Errungenschaften in der Botanik und als Umweltschützer große Anerkennung zugute. In Sítio Santo Antônio da Bica, einem Landsitz nahe Rio de Janeiro, den Burle Marx 1949 kauft, errichtet er eine weitläufige Landschaft exotischer Pflanzen, die er 1984 dem brasilianischen Staat vermacht. Zu seinen weltweit bekanntesten Auftragsarbeiten zählen die wellenförmige Ausgestaltung der Copacabana Strandpromenade (1970), der Biscayne Boulevard in Miami (1988–2004) sowie zahlreiche Dachgärten, darunter der des Hauses von Alfredo Schwartz in Rio de Janeiro (1932). Sein künstlerisches Oeuvre galt bis vor kurzem noch als wenig bekannt, hat jedoch durch eine große Wanderausstellung in den vergangenen zwei Jahren deutlich an Aufmerksamkeit dazugewonnen. Diese retrospektiv angelegte Ausstellung wurde unter anderem im Jewish Museum, New York und in der Deutschen Bank KunstHalle in Berlin gezeigt. Das malerische Werk von Roberto Burle Marx bettet sich in das Gesamtoeuvre des Avantgardisten ein, hebt sich aber auch gleichzeitig durch dessen vordergründige architektonische Leistung als eine markante Besonderheit hervor.

            Koller Auctions
          • Roberto Burle Marx
            Jun. 28, 2018

            Roberto Burle Marx

            Est: -

            Untitled

            Casa de Subastas Odalys
          • Roberto Burle Marx, Urumba, Etching
            May. 12, 2018

            Roberto Burle Marx, Urumba, Etching

            Est: $1,500 - $1,800

            Artist: Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian (1909 - 1994) Title: Urumba Year: 1987 Medium: Etching, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 34 Image Size: 17 x 23 inches Size: 26 x 31 in. (66.04 x 78.74 cm)

            RoGallery
          • ROBERTO BURLE-MARX (1909-1994) | Untitled
            Nov. 21, 2017

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX (1909-1994) | Untitled

            Est: $18,000 - $22,000

            acrylic and screenprint on canvas

            Sotheby's
          • BURLE MARX (1909–1994), UNYIELDING BRACELET
            Nov. 09, 2017

            BURLE MARX (1909–1994), UNYIELDING BRACELET

            Est: €2,000 - €3,000

            BURLE MARX (1909–1994), UNYIELDING BRACELET in 750 ‰ gold, with aquamarines. Gross weight: 43 g.

            Renascimento
          • Roberto Burle
            Oct. 26, 2017

            Roberto Burle

            Est: -

            Roberto Burle Marx Serie Las Fabelas Tinta china s/cartulina. Firmado 1977 57,2 x 77 cm

            Casa de Subastas Odalys
          • Roberto Burle Marx
            Oct. 26, 2017

            Roberto Burle Marx

            Est: -

            Roberto Burle Marx S/t Acuarela s/papel 1958 56 x 76 cm

            Casa de Subastas Odalys
          • ROBERTO BURLE-MARX (1909-1994) | Abstract
            May. 25, 2017

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX (1909-1994) | Abstract

            Est: $40,000 - $60,000

            oil on board

            Sotheby's
          • Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled
            May. 25, 2017

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled

            Est: $20,000 - $25,000

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled panneaux (acrylic and silkscreen on cotton cloth) 42 x 61 in. (106.7 x 154.9 cm.)

            Christie's
          • Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled
            Nov. 23, 2016

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled

            Est: $30,000 - $40,000

            Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) Untitled oil on canvas 51 5/8 x 64 in. (131.1 x 162.6 cm.)

            Christie's
          • ROBERTO BURLE-MARX (1909-1994) | Untitled
            May. 24, 2016

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX (1909-1994) | Untitled

            Est: $30,000 - $40,000

            acrylic and screenprint on canvas

            Sotheby's
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX - Santo Antonio de Bica a Noite, 1974
            May. 23, 2016

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX - Santo Antonio de Bica a Noite, 1974

            Est: $10,000 - $15,000

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX - Santo Antonio de Bica a Noite, 1974

            Phillips
          • Untitled, 1989
            Jan. 14, 2016

            Untitled, 1989

            Est: $10,000 - $12,000

            Roberto BURLE-MARX (Brazilian, 1909?1994) Untitled, 1989 Acrylic on thick table cloth (unstretched) Signed and dated lower right 53.5 x 57.75 in. ? 135.89 x 146.69 cm Provenance Gifted from the artist Private collection, Brazil Private collection, Orlando

            Fine Art Auctions Miami
          • Roberto Burle Marx, Luzes na Noite, Etching
            Dec. 11, 2014

            Roberto Burle Marx, Luzes na Noite, Etching

            Est: $2,500 - $3,500

            Artist: Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian (1909 - 1994) || Title: Luzes na Noite || Year: 1987 || Medium: Etching, signed and numbered in pencil || Edition: 39/40 || Image Size: 17 x 23 inches || Size: 26 x 31 in. (66.04 x 78.74 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Roberto Burle Marx, Transfiguracao, Etching
            Nov. 20, 2014

            Roberto Burle Marx, Transfiguracao, Etching

            Est: $2,500 - $3,500

            Artist: Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian (1909 - 1994) || Title: Transfiguracao || Year: 1987 || Medium: Etching, signed and numbered in pencil || Edition: 36/40 || Image Size: 15.5 x 23 inches || Size: 23.5 x 31 in. (59.69 x 78.74 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Roberto Burle Marx, Guimari, Lithograph
            Oct. 23, 2014

            Roberto Burle Marx, Guimari, Lithograph

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian (1909 - 1994) || Title: Guimari || Year: 1985 || Medium: Lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil || Edition: 44/70 || Image Size: 16 x 25 inches || Size: 22 x 29.5 in. (55.88 x 74.93 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Roberto Burle Marx, Urumba, Etching
            Oct. 23, 2014

            Roberto Burle Marx, Urumba, Etching

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            Artist: Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian (1909 - 1994) || Title: Urumba || Year: 1987 || Medium: Etching, signed and numbered in pencil || Edition: 33/34 || Image Size: 17 x 23 inches || Size: 26 x 31 in. (66.04 x 78.74 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian, 1909-1994, perhaps acrylic/other media & serigraph on lined canvas, double signed and dated '86 in di..
            Oct. 02, 2012

            Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian, 1909-1994, perhaps acrylic/other media & serigraph on lined canvas, double signed and dated '86 in di..

            Est: $8,000 - $16,000

            Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian, 1909-1994, perhaps acrylic/other media & serigraph on lined canvas, double signed and dated '86 in diagonal corners, unframed, 56" x 82"

            William Bunch Auctions & Appraisals
          • Roberto Burle Marx Abstract Painting
            Jun. 30, 2012

            Roberto Burle Marx Abstract Painting

            Est: $1,800 - $2,200

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazil, 1909-1994) untitled abstract painting in shades of blue, red and green. Acrylic and gouache on paper. Signed and dated lower right, "Robert Burle Marx 1984." Molded giltwood frame with mauve silk mat and gilt liner. 12-1/2" x 19-1/2" sight, 20" x 27" framed. Provenance: a Nashville, Tennessee estate. Biography: Roberto Burle Marx was born in San Paolo but studied painting in Berlin, where he also became interested in landscape architecture. He is now considered one of the most celebrated landscape artists of the 20th century. But he continued to express himself artistically through paintings, sculpture, jewelry design, tapestry and singing, and once said that he thought of himself first and foremost as a painter. Marx donated his large estate, including his renowned plant collection, to the Brazilian National Institute for Cultural Heritage in 1985 and died in Rio de Janeiro in 1994. An exhibit devoted to his work in all mediums was featured at the Imperial Museum in Rio de Janiero in 2009 (see The New York Times, Jan. 20, 2009, article by Larry Rother).

            Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX (1909-1994), GLASS MOSAIC AND WROUGHT-IRON TABLE
            Dec. 03, 2011

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (1909-1994), GLASS MOSAIC AND WROUGHT-IRON TABLE

            Est: $500 - $800

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (1909-1994), GLASS MOSAIC AND WROUGHT-IRON TABLE The round top decorated with serpent, on baluster-form base. 30 in., 36 in. diam.

            STAIR
          • ROBERTO BURLE-MARX(1909-1982)
            Nov. 16, 2011

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX(1909-1982)

            Est: $18,000 - $22,000

            UNTITLED signed and dated 1977 lower right acrylic, gouache, and mixed pigments on canvas 42 by 77 1/2 in. 106.7 by 196.8 cm

            Sotheby's
          • ROBERTO BURLE-MARX(1909-1982)
            Nov. 16, 2011

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX(1909-1982)

            Est: $20,000 - $25,000

            LAPA signed and dated 1942 lower right ink and graphite on paper 22 1/8 by 29 7/8 in. 56.2 by 75.7 cm

            Sotheby's
          • ROBERTO BURLE MARX, (BRAZILIAN 1909-1982), "THE FOREST"
            Nov. 06, 2011

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX, (BRAZILIAN 1909-1982), "THE FOREST"

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            ROBERTO BURLE MARX (brazilian 1909-1982)/span "THE FOREST" Signed and dated 1965 bottom right, gouache on paper 21 3/4 x 30 1/4 in. (55.2 x 76.8cm) provenance: /spanThe artist. Gifted to Ian McHarg, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ca. 1960-70. By descent in family to present owner. Private Collection, Unionville, Pennsylvania.

            Freeman's
          • ROBERTO BURLE-MARX 1909-1982
            May. 25, 2011

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX 1909-1982

            Est: $60,000 - $80,000

            ROBERTO BURLE-MARX 1909-1982 GRANDE NATURALEZA MORTA signed and dated 1942 lower right; also titled on the reverse oil on canvas 39 1/2 by 32 in. 100 by 81.3 cm

            Sotheby's
          • Roberto BURLE MARX ( 1909-1994) / BRESIL Artiste
            Jun. 22, 2010

            Roberto BURLE MARX ( 1909-1994) / BRESIL Artiste

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            Roberto BURLE MARX ( 1909-1994) / BRESIL Artiste paysagiste Pendentif/plaque en argent à décor de hachures émaillé noir Poids : 49,6g

            Millon & Associes
          • Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994) Untitled, 1967 35 x 51in (89 x 129.5cm)
            Nov. 17, 2009

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994) Untitled, 1967 35 x 51in (89 x 129.5cm)

            Est: $15,000 - $20,000

            Untitled, 1967 signed and dated 'R. BURLE / MARX 1967' (lower right) oil on canvas 35 x 51in (89 x 129.5cm)

            Bonhams
          • Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994) Untitled, 1978
            Oct. 21, 2009

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994) Untitled, 1978

            Est: £600 - £800

            Untitled, 1978 signed and dated, ink drawing, unframed 56 x 76cm (22 1/16 x 29 15/16in).

            Bonhams
          • [Untitled]; Itapecerica; Os Sertoes -Camidos III; Patricia and Maica I, 1984-1993
            Oct. 03, 2009

            [Untitled]; Itapecerica; Os Sertoes -Camidos III; Patricia and Maica I, 1984-1993

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            [Untitled]; Itapecerica; Os Sertoes -Camidos III; Patricia and Maica I, 1984-1993 Five lithographs in colors, on Fabriano cotton and wove papers. Various sizes.  Signed, dated and numbered 7/100, 'P.A. III', 23/50, 26/30 II and 12/50 respectively in pencil.

            Phillips
          • Roberto Burle marx S/t Tinta china s/cartulina 1977 57.2 x 77 cm. Taller del artista Colección privada, Caracas
            Feb. 12, 2009

            Roberto Burle marx S/t Tinta china s/cartulina 1977 57.2 x 77 cm. Taller del artista Colección privada, Caracas

            Est: €12,000 - €15,000

            Roberto Burle marx S/t Tinta china s/cartulina 1977 57.2 x 77 cm. Taller del artista Colección privada, Caracas

            Casa de Subastas Odalys
          • Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994)
            Jun. 01, 2008

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994)

            Est: $400 - $700

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994) "Entranhas", color lithograph, 24" x 32", numbered lower left: "47/66", signed lower right: "Roberto Burle Marx". Unframed. Note: Roberto Burle Marx is internationally known as one of the most important landscape architects of the twentieth century. An artist of multiple facets, he was also an excellent painter, sculptor and printmaker.

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994)
            Jun. 01, 2008

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994)

            Est: $400 - $700

            Roberto Burle Marx (Brazilian, 1909-1994) "Macuhaima", color lithograph, 24" x 32", numbered lower left: "38/66", signed and dated lower right: "Roberto Burle Marx 1985". Unframed. Note: Roberto Burle Marx is internationally known as one of the most important landscape architects of the twentieth century. An artist of multiple facets, he was also an excellent painter, sculptor and printmaker.

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
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