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Georg Mayer-Marton Sold at Auction Prices

Landscape painter, Portrait painter, Painter, Water color painter, Etcher

Georg Mayer-Marton was a 20th-century Austro-British painter who was extremely successful in interwar Vienna. Mayer-Marton studied from 1919 - 1922 at the Vienna Academy with Josef Jungwirth and then with Carl von Marr in Munich. He also took lessons from Max Dvorák and Franz Cižek. From 1925 until its dissolution in 1938 he was a member of the Hagenbund in Vienna; in later years also as its secretary and vice-president. In his early works he was still under the influence of Expressionism and New Objectivity, but from the 1950s he turned to a stricter style, incorporating elements of Cubism, which increasingly approached abstraction. In 1938, he emigrated with his wife Grete, née Fried, to London, where he taught at St. John's Wood School of Art. In 1940, a large part of his work was destroyed in an air raid. His mother and younger brother were victims of the Holocaust. After the death of his wife in 1943-52, he taught as a professor at the Arts Council in London and from 1952 at the College of Arts in Liverpool. Honours: 1928 and 1936, Honorary Award of the City of Vienna; 1937, Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold II.

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      • ŸGEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960). DANTONS TOD. 1929. 47¾x36¼ inches, 121½x92 cm. J. Weiner, [Vienna].
        Feb. 29, 2024

        ŸGEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960). DANTONS TOD. 1929. 47¾x36¼ inches, 121½x92 cm. J. Weiner, [Vienna].

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        ŸGEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960) DANTONS TOD. 1929. 47¾x36¼ inches, 121½x92 cm. J. Weiner, [Vienna]. Condition B+: foxing at edges and in text; minor losses at bottom right corner; minor abrasions at edges; unobtrusive vertical and horizontal folds. Mounted on thick paper. Mayer-Marton was born in Hungary and studied art in Vienna and Munich. He lived in Vienna from 1919, working as a painter and an etcher, joining the Hagenbund in 1924 (see Swann Modernist Poster Auction, lot #124). He remained a member until 1938 when he emigrated to England, where he lived, taught and painted until his death in Liverpool in 1960. This poster is for a theatrical production of Georg Buchner's Danton's Death. The play was directed by Max Reinhardt, who was the most famous theatrical director of his time. He also had an exceptional sense of advertising, paying special attention to the posters he commissioned and personally overseeing all the details of his advertising. This production, which took place during Vienna's Festival Week, was held in the Arkadenhof (large central courtyard) of Vienna's town hall. Mayer-Marton provides an architectural representation of the massive arches surrounding the courtyard, theatrically playing with light, shadows and perspective in an atmospheric way that emphasizes the venue more than the production. Denscher p. 117.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Venice
        Feb. 01, 2024

        Venice

        Est: €300 - €500

        charcoal on paper 15,7 x 19,7 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Villagescape
        Feb. 01, 2024

        Villagescape

        Est: €600 - €800

        brown charcoal on paper 8,8 x 11,4 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Picnic
        Feb. 01, 2024

        Picnic

        Est: €600 - €800

        ink and brown charcoal on paper 10,3 x 14,8 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Hillside Landscape
        Feb. 01, 2024

        Hillside Landscape

        Est: €800 - €1,000

        gouache on paper 15,3 x 22,7 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Horse and Cart in a Landscape
        Feb. 01, 2024

        Horse and Cart in a Landscape

        Est: €600 - €800

        graphite on paper 8 x 9,4 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …
        Jun. 03, 2023

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …

        Est: €300 - €900

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - "Berglandschaft mit Schafherde", 1945, Mischtechnik auf Karton, skizzenhafte Malerei, unten rechts signiert und datiert "45. GMayer", ca. 38 x 48 cm, gerahmt, Gesamtmaße ca. 45 x 55 cm

        Auktionshaus Blank
      • Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …
        Jun. 03, 2023

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …

        Est: €300 - €900

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - Englische Landschaft, Oktober 1948, Aquarell/Gouache auf Papier, unten rechts monogrammiert und datiert "GM 48", verso bezeichnet, mit Passepartout unter Glas gerahmt, Sichtmaße ca. 30,5 x 48,5 cm, Gesamtmaße ca. 58,5 x 75,5 cm, etwas stockfleckig

        Auktionshaus Blank
      • Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …
        Jun. 03, 2023

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …

        Est: €300 - €900

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - Englische Landschaft, Oktober 1947, Aquarell/Gouache auf Papier, unten links monogrammiert und datiert "Okt 47. GM", verso bezeichnet, mit Passepartout unter Glas gerahmt, Sichtmaße ca. 34 x 40 cm, Gesamtmaße ca. 61,5 x 35,5 cm

        Auktionshaus Blank
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)
        May. 22, 2023

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)

        Est: €600 - €1,200

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool) Landscape in Winter, 1930 gouache/paper, 35,5 x 49,5 cm signed Mayer-Marton, depicted in the catalogue Hagenbund, Widder 2019, p. 50, N° 128 ESTIMATE °€ 600 - 1200 STARTING PRICE °€ 600 Georg Mayer-Marton was a 20th-century Austro-British painter who was extremely successful in interwar Vienna. Mayer-Marton studied from 1919 - 1922 at the Vienna Academy with Josef Jungwirth and then with Carl von Marr in Munich. He also took lessons from Max Dvorák and Franz Čižek. From 1925 until its dissolution in 1938 he was a member of the Hagenbund in Vienna; in later years also as its secretary and vice-president. In his early works he was still under the influence of Expressionism and New Objectivity, but from the 1950s he turned to a stricter style, incorporating elements of Cubism, which increasingly approached abstraction. In 1938, he emigrated with his wife Grete, née Fried, to London, where he taught at St. John's Wood School of Art. In 1940, a large part of his work was destroyed in an air raid. His mother and younger brother were victims of the Holocaust. After the death of his wife in 1943-52, he taught as a professor at the Arts Council in London and from 1952 at the College of Arts in Liverpool. Honours: 1928 and 1936, Honorary Award of the City of Vienna; 1937, Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold II. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographys 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

        Widder Auctions
      • MAYER-MARTON*, EHRLICH*, GUNSAM*, JUNGNICKEL*, LUX, PHILIPPI*, POTUZNIK*, SUPPANTSCHITSCH*
        May. 22, 2023

        MAYER-MARTON*, EHRLICH*, GUNSAM*, JUNGNICKEL*, LUX, PHILIPPI*, POTUZNIK*, SUPPANTSCHITSCH*

        Est: €800 - €1,600

        MAYER-MARTON*, GEORG EHRLICH*, KARL JOSEF GUNSAM*, LUDWIG HEINRICH JUNGNICKEL*, RICHARD LUX, ROBERT PHILIPPI*, HERIBERT POTUZNIK*, MAX SUPPANTSCHITSCH* Bundle of 10 works, Hagenbund 3 203-1 | Georg Mayer-Marton* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool) Summerbridge mixed media/paper, 25,3 x 33 cm labelled Summerbridge, verso signature stamp 203-2 | Georg Ehrlich* (Vienna 1897 - 1966 Lucerne) Horse, 1960 ball pen/paper, 21 x 29,5 cm verso dated and signature stamp Georg Ehrlich 203-3 | Karl Josef Gunsam* (Vienna 1900 - 1972 Vienna) Portrait of a girl charcoal and white highlights/paper, 50,9 x 38 cm verso estate stamp K. Gunsam 203-4 | Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel* (Wunsiedel 1881 - 1965 Vienna) Does woodcut/paper, 30 x 37,2 cm 203-5 | Richard Lux (Vienna 1877 - 1939 Vienna) Kirche Maria Saal etching/paper, 24,2 x 35,5 cm verso signature stamp Lux Richard and numbered and labelled 2 Kirche Maria Saal 203-6 | Richard Lux (Vienna 1877 - 1939 Vienna) Maria Saal color etching/paper, 9 x 13,4 cm verso signature stamp Lux Richard and numbered and titled 12 Maria Saal 203-7 | Richard Lux (Vienna 1877 - 1939 Vienna) Millstatt etching/paper, 9,9 x 14,2 cm verso signature stamp Lux Richard and numbered and titled 15 Millstatt 203-8 | Robert Philippi* (Graz 1877 - 1959 Vienna) Nude studies pencil/paper, 31,5 x 44,8 cm verso estate stamp RPH 203-9 | Heribert Potuznik* (Vienna 1910 - 1984 Mistelbach) Valentina etching/paper, 12,5 x 8,7 cm signed H. Potuznik, dated 69, labelled in print "Valentina Elsin aus Monaseino" 203-10 | Max Suppantschitsch* (Vienna 1865 - 1953 Krems) Church in Duernstein etching/paper, 18 x 12,5 cm labelled Original-Radierung von M. Suppantschitsch Druck & Verlag der Gesellschaft f. vervielf. Kunst in Wien Die Kirche in Duernstein ESTIMATE °€ 800 - 1600 STARTING PRICE °€ 800 In 1900 the Hagen Artists' Association was founded as a reaction to the conservatism of the artists' house. By the 1920s at the latest, it had established itself as "today's most radical group" within Viennese artists' associations. In the 1910s, the Hagenbund achieved significant status as a platform for young, contemporary art through presentations at the Kunstschau Wien. In the 1920s in particular, the Hagenbund experienced its heyday and took the step towards radical modernity. The special exhibition Painting and Sculpture in 1911 with works by Oskar Kokoschka, Anton Faistauer, Anton Kolig and Albert Paris Gütersloh and numerous works by Egon Schieles received particular attention. Although there was no unified style or artistic manifesto, manifestations of New Objectivity and post-expressionist tendencies with cubist elements are characteristic. The Hagenbund had an extremely eventful history during its almost four decades of existence, from the monarchy to the Nazi takeover of power in September 1938, which led to the dissolution of the artists' association. The latter prompted this due to overly modern and liberal artistic views, the high number of artists* with Jewish roots and a left wing among the members. Many members like Georg and Bettina Ehrlich-Bauer, Josef Floch, Carry Hauser, Lilly Steiner, Otto Rudolf Schatz or Felix Albrecht Harta had to emigrate or were murdered in a concentration camp, like Robert Kohl or Fritz Schwarz-Waldegg. Other Hagenbund members were Franz Lerch, Georg Ehrlich, Robert Philippi, Oskar Laske, Richard Lux, Karl Josef Gunsam, Heribert Potuznik, Georg Mayer-Marton, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Paul Ress Max Suppantschitsch, Rudolf Pointner and Ferdinand Stransk. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographys 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

        Widder Auctions
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)
        May. 22, 2023

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)

        Est: €200 - €400

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool) Hungarian landscape, 1936 indian ink/paper, 30 x 48 cm signed Mayer-Marton, dated 36 ESTIMATE °€ 200 - 400 STARTING PRICE °€ 200 Georg Mayer-Marton was a 20th-century Austro-British painter who was extremely successful in interwar Vienna. Mayer-Marton studied from 1919 - 1922 at the Vienna Academy with Josef Jungwirth and then with Carl von Marr in Munich. He also took lessons from Max Dvorák and Franz Čižek. From 1925 until its dissolution in 1938 he was a member of the Hagenbund in Vienna; in later years also as its secretary and vice-president. In his early works he was still under the influence of Expressionism and New Objectivity, but from the 1950s he turned to a stricter style, incorporating elements of Cubism, which increasingly approached abstraction. In 1938, he emigrated with his wife Grete, née Fried, to London, where he taught at St. John's Wood School of Art. In 1940, a large part of his work was destroyed in an air raid. His mother and younger brother were victims of the Holocaust. After the death of his wife in 1943-52, he taught as a professor at the Arts Council in London and from 1952 at the College of Arts in Liverpool. Honours: 1928 and 1936, Honorary Award of the City of Vienna; 1937, Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold II. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographys 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

        Widder Auctions
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)
        May. 22, 2023

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)

        Est: €3,000 - €5,000

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool) La Plage du Ris oil/canvas, 50,3 x 67,8 cm verso inscribed La plage de La Riz, Douarnenenz, rubber-stamped Bruce Smith Ltd. London ESTIMATE °€ 3000 - 5000 STARTING PRICE °€ 3000 Georg Mayer-Marton was a 20th-century Austro-British painter who was extremely successful in interwar Vienna. Mayer-Marton studied from 1919 - 1922 at the Vienna Academy with Josef Jungwirth and then with Carl von Marr in Munich. He also took lessons from Max Dvorák and Franz Čižek. From 1925 until its dissolution in 1938 he was a member of the Hagenbund in Vienna; in later years also as its secretary and vice-president. In his early works he was still under the influence of Expressionism and New Objectivity, but from the 1950s he turned to a stricter style, incorporating elements of Cubism, which increasingly approached abstraction. In 1938, he emigrated with his wife Grete, née Fried, to London, where he taught at St. John's Wood School of Art. In 1940, a large part of his work was destroyed in an air raid. His mother and younger brother were victims of the Holocaust. After the death of his wife in 1943-52, he taught as a professor at the Arts Council in London and from 1952 at the College of Arts in Liverpool. Honours: 1928 and 1936, Honorary Award of the City of Vienna; 1937, Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold II. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographys 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

        Widder Auctions
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)
        May. 22, 2023

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool)

        Est: €400 - €800

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON* (Gyoer 1897 - 1960 Liverpool) Dalmatian coastal landscape watercolor/paper, 38,5 x 49,5 cm ESTIMATE € 400 - 800 STARTING PRICE € 400 Georg Mayer-Marton was a 20th-century Austro-British painter who was extremely successful in interwar Vienna. Mayer-Marton studied from 1919 - 1922 at the Vienna Academy with Josef Jungwirth and then with Carl von Marr in Munich. He also took lessons from Max Dvorák and Franz Čižek. From 1925 until its dissolution in 1938 he was a member of the Hagenbund in Vienna; in later years also as its secretary and vice-president. In his early works he was still under the influence of Expressionism and New Objectivity, but from the 1950s he turned to a stricter style, incorporating elements of Cubism, which increasingly approached abstraction. In 1938, he emigrated with his wife Grete, née Fried, to London, where he taught at St. John's Wood School of Art. In 1940, a large part of his work was destroyed in an air raid. His mother and younger brother were victims of the Holocaust. After the death of his wife in 1943-52, he taught as a professor at the Arts Council in London and from 1952 at the College of Arts in Liverpool. Honours: 1928 and 1936, Honorary Award of the City of Vienna; 1937, Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold II. PLEASE NOTE: The purchase price consists of the highest bid plus the buyer's premium, sales tax and, if applicable, the fee of artists resale rights. In the case of normal taxation (marked °), a premium of 24% is added to the highest bid. The mandatory sales tax of 13%, for photographys 20%, is added to the sum of the highest bid and the buyer's premium. The buyer's premium amounts to 28% in case of differential taxation. The sales tax is included in the differential taxation.

        Widder Auctions
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960). CXLVIII. VYSTAVA S.V.U. MANES / HAGENBUND. 1929. 49¼x37½ inches, 125x95¼ cm. J. Weiner, Vienna.
        May. 18, 2023

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960). CXLVIII. VYSTAVA S.V.U. MANES / HAGENBUND. 1929. 49¼x37½ inches, 125x95¼ cm. J. Weiner, Vienna.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960) CXLVIII. VYSTAVA S.V.U. MANES / HAGENBUND. 1929. 49 1/4x37 1/2 inches, 125x95 1/4 cm. J. Weiner, Vienna. Condition B+: replaced bottom left corner; repaired tears at edges; creases and abrasions at edges and in image. An exhibition of the works of Josef Manes, a pioneer of modern Czech art.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Georg Mayer-Marton: Atrani on the Amalfi Coast
        Apr. 18, 2023

        Georg Mayer-Marton: Atrani on the Amalfi Coast

        Est: €5,000 - €10,000

        Georg Mayer-Marton Atrani on the Amalfi Coast 1933 oil on canvas; framed 54 × 65 cm signed and dated on the lower right: Mayer Marton / 33 private property, Austria

        Im Kinsky
      • Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …
        Mar. 11, 2023

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …

        Est: €400 - €1,200

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - "Berglandschaft mit Schafherde", 1945, Mischtechnik auf Karton, skizzenhafte Malerei, unten rechts signiert und datiert "45. GMayer", ca. 38 x 48 cm, gerahmt, Gesamtmaße ca. 45 x 55 cm

        Auktionshaus Blank
      • Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …
        Mar. 11, 2023

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …

        Est: €400 - €1,200

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - Englische Landschaft, Oktober 1948, Aquarell/Gouache auf Papier, unten rechts monogrammiert und datiert "GM 48", verso bezeichnet, mit Passepartout unter Glas gerahmt, Sichtmaße ca. 30,5 x 48,5 cm, Gesamtmaße ca. 58,5 x 75,5 cm, etwas stockfleckig

        Auktionshaus Blank
      • Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …
        Mar. 11, 2023

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - …

        Est: €400 - €1,200

        Mayer-Marton, Georg (1897Györ - 1960 Liverpool) - Englische Landschaft, Oktober 1947, Aquarell/Gouache auf Papier, unten links monogrammiert und datiert "Okt 47. GM", verso bezeichnet, mit Passepartout unter Glas gerahmt, Sichtmaße ca. 34 x 40 cm, Gesamtmaße ca. 61,5 x 35,5 cm

        Auktionshaus Blank
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON: SPRING FLOWERS
        Dec. 08, 2022

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON: SPRING FLOWERS

        Est: €5,000 - €10,000

        Georg Mayer-Marton Spring Flowers 1951 oil on canvas; unframed 61 x 51 cm inscribed and dated on the reverse on the stretcher: G. Mayer-Marton Spring Flowers / 1951 private property, Austria

        Im Kinsky
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON: ATRANI ON THE AMALFI COAST
        Dec. 08, 2022

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON: ATRANI ON THE AMALFI COAST

        Est: €8,000 - €16,000

        Georg Mayer-Marton Atrani on the Amalfi Coast 1933 oil on canvas; framed 54 × 65 cm signed and dated on the lower right: Mayer Marton / 33 private property, Austria

        Im Kinsky
      • Georg Mayer-Marton Hafenlandschaft
        Dec. 16, 2021

        Georg Mayer-Marton Hafenlandschaft

        Est: €15,000 - €30,000

        Georg Mayer-Marton Harbour landscape 1951 oil on hardboard 48.5 x 66 cm monogrammed and dated on the lower right: M.M. 51 private property, Austria Peter Chrastek (et al.), Expressiv, Neusachlich, Verboten - Hagenbund und seine Künstler, Vienna 1900-1938, Vienna 2016, ill. p. 180

        Im Kinsky
      • Georg Mayer-Márton (Hungarian 1897-1960), View of Great Ayton, Yorkshire, Oil on Canvas, 20 x 24 in
        Dec. 10, 2021

        Georg Mayer-Márton (Hungarian 1897-1960), View of Great Ayton, Yorkshire, Oil on Canvas, 20 x 24 in

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Georg Mayer-Márton (Hungarian 1897-1960) View of Great Ayton, Yorkshire Unsigned; inscribed G Mayer Marton, located, and dated 1949 on stretcher Oil on canvas; also with James Newman Limited stamp on verso 20 x 24 in (50.8 x 61 cm)

        Weschler's
      • Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Fourteen nude female studies from life; fourt
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Fourteen nude female studies from life; fourt

        Est: £300 - £500

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Fourteen nude female studies from life; fourteen works, black chalk on wove paper, maximum measurement 50.5x40.5cm (14)(ARR) Provenance: John Denham Gallery, London; Private Collection, London Note: for works for cognate works see John Denham Gallery, Georg Mayer-Marton, exhibition December 1994. These works were executed during the 1930s in Vienna. With thanks to the late John Denham for his assistance cataloguing these works. Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Fourteen nude female studies from life; fourt
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Fourteen nude female studies from life; fourt

        Est: £300 - £500

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Fourteen nude female studies from life; fourteen works, black chalk on wove paper, maximum measurement 50.5x40.5cm (14)(ARR) Provenance: John Denham Gallery, London; Private Collection, London Note: for works for cognate works see John Denham Gallery, Georg Mayer-Marton, exhibition December 1994. These works were executed during the 1930s in Vienna. With thanks to the late John Denham for his assistance cataloguing these works. Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Six female nude studies and one profile from li
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Six female nude studies and one profile from li

        Est: £150 - £250

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Six female nude studies and one profile from life; seven works, brown chalk on wove paper, maximum measurement 50.5x40.5cm (7)(ARR) Provenance: John Denham Gallery, London; Private Collection, London Note: for cognate works see John Denham Gallery, Georg Mayer-Marton, exhibition December 1994. These works were executed during the 1930s in Vienna. With thanks to the late John Denham for his assistance cataloguing these works. Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Seven Male nude studies from life; seven work
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Seven Male nude studies from life; seven work

        Est: £150 - £250

        Georg Mayer-Marton, Hungarian/Austrian 1897-1960- Seven Male nude studies from life; seven works, black chalk on wove paper, maximum measurement 50.5x40.5cm (7)(ARR) Provenance: John Denham Gallery, London; Private Collection, London Note: for works for cognate works see John Denham Gallery, Georg Mayer-Marton, exhibition December 1994. These works were executed during the 1930s in Vienna. With thanks to the late John Denham for his assistance cataloguing these works. Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Dorfansicht
        Jun. 15, 2021

        Dorfansicht

        Est: €500 - €700

        Color pencil on paper 8,8 x 11,4 in taxed normally

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Picknick
        Jun. 15, 2021

        Picknick

        Est: €500 - €700

        Charcoal and ink on paper 10,3 x 14,7 in taxed normally

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Field Work
        May. 19, 2020

        Field Work

        Est: €600 - €800

        Graphite on Paper 7,9 x 9,4 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Horse and Cart in a Landscape
        May. 19, 2020

        Horse and Cart in a Landscape

        Est: €600 - €800

        Graphite on Paper 8 x 9,4 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Weibliche Akte
        Feb. 12, 2020

        Weibliche Akte

        Est: €800 - €1,200

        Watercolor on paper 10,6 x 13,6 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • High Grantley
        Feb. 12, 2020

        High Grantley

        Est: €600 - €800

        Ink on paper Titled lower left 10 x 13 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Figuren
        Feb. 12, 2020

        Figuren

        Est: €600 - €800

        Ballpoint pen on paper 7,9 x 10 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Am Seeufer
        Feb. 12, 2020

        Am Seeufer

        Est: €800 - €1,200

        Ink on paper Signed lower left 10,1 x 15,6 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Flusslandschaft (Vorstudie zu einem Ölgemälde)
        Feb. 12, 2020

        Flusslandschaft (Vorstudie zu einem Ölgemälde)

        Est: €800 - €1,200

        Ink on paper 10,1 x 15,6 in

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) Hungarian. "Crib Goch", A Surreal Mountainous Landscape, Oil on Canvas, Inscribed on a label and Inscribed and Dated 1949 on the stretcher, 20" x 24".
        Oct. 30, 2019

        Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) Hungarian. "Crib Goch", A Surreal Mountainous Landscape, Oil on Canvas, Inscribed on a label and Inscribed and Dated 1949 on the stretcher, 20" x 24".

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) Hungarian. "Crib Goch", A Surreal Mountainous Landscape, Oil on Canvas, Inscribed on a label and Inscribed and Dated 1949 on the stretcher, 20" x 24".

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960)
        Oct. 23, 2019

        • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960)

        Est: £400 - £600

        • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960) THE OLD QUARRY, 1952 artist's estate stamp on backboard titled on backboard watercolour 45.0 x 60.0cm / 17 3/4 x 20 1/2in

        Olympia Auctions
      • • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960)
        Oct. 23, 2019

        • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960)

        Est: £400 - £600

        • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960) A WELSH LANDSCAPE signed & dated l.r. 1943 watercolour 40.0 x 55.0cm / 15 3/4 x 20 1/2in Provenance: John Denham Gallery Exhibited: John Denham Gallery - Georg Mayer-Marton, Dec. 4-18, 1994, No.7

        Olympia Auctions
      • Georg Mayer - Martin (1897-1960) Hungarian, Oil on canvas ' llywydd 1949 '
        Nov. 16, 2018

        Georg Mayer - Martin (1897-1960) Hungarian, Oil on canvas ' llywydd 1949 '

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Georg Mayer - Martin (1897-1960) Hungarian, Oil on canvas ' llywydd 1949 ' Wales, mountains, Ascribed and label verso ( also a Bonhams bar code ). 20 x 24''

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • AR GEORG MAYER-MARTON (HUNGARIAN, 1897-1960) Crib Goch, Wales oil on canvas 50.8
        Mar. 20, 2018

        AR GEORG MAYER-MARTON (HUNGARIAN, 1897-1960) Crib Goch, Wales oil on canvas 50.8

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        AR GEORG MAYER-MARTON (HUNGARIAN, 1897-1960) Crib Goch, Wales oil on canvas 50.8 x 60.9cm (20 x 24in).

        Bonhams
      • Landscape
        Nov. 23, 2016

        Landscape

        Est: €4,000 - €5,200

        Georg Mayer-Marton was born in Györ in 1897. He studied at the Academies of Fine Arts in Vienna and Munich. Since 1925 he was a member; secretary and later vice president of one of the most progressive artists' associations of Austria Hagenbund. After the Anschluss Mayer-Marton emigrated to England; where he painted; taught and lived until his death. oil on canvas 15;6 x 22;3 inch;

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Landscape of Hills; 1946
        Nov. 23, 2016

        Landscape of Hills; 1946

        Est: €2,000 - €2,700

        Georg Mayer-Marton was born in Györ in 1897. He studied at the Academies of Fine Arts in Vienna and Munich. Since 1925 he was a member; secretary and later vice president of one of the most progressive artists' associations of Austria Hagenbund. After the Anschluss Mayer-Marton emigrated to England; where he painted; taught and lived until his death. watercolour; ink and coloured pencil on cardboard signed and dated lower right 20;3 x 26;4 inch; framed

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960). DANTONS TOD. 1929. 47x36 inches, 119x91 cm.
        May. 10, 2016

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960). DANTONS TOD. 1929. 47x36 inches, 119x91 cm.

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        GEORG MAYER-MARTON (1897-1960) DANTONS TOD. 1929. 47x36 inches, 119 1/2x91 1/2 cm. Condition A-: foxing in text; vertical and horizontal folds. Framed. Mayer-Marton was born in Hungary and studied art in Vienna and Munich. He lived in Vienna from 1919, working as a painter and an etcher, joining the Hagenbund in 1924 (see Swann Modernist Poster Auction, lot #124). He remained a member until 1938 when he emigrated to England, where he lived, taught and painted until his death in Liverpool in 1960. This poster is for a theatrical production of Georg Buchner's Danton's Death. The play was directed by Max Reinhardt, who was the most famous theatrical director of his time. He also had an exceptional sense of advertising, paying special attention to the posters he commissioned and personally overseeing all the details of his advertising. This production, which took place during Vienna's Festival Week, was held in the Arkadenhof (large central courtyard) of Vienna's town hall. Mayer-Marton provides an architectural representation of the massive arches surrounding the courtyard, theatrically playing with light, shadows and perspective in an atmospheric way that emphasizes the venue more than the production. Denscher p. 117.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) Coastal landscape with sand dunes, 12 x 16ins
        Jun. 28, 2012

        Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) Coastal landscape with sand dunes, 12 x 16ins

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) oil on canvas, Coastal landscape with sand dunes, 12 x 16ins

        Gorringes
      • Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960)
        Apr. 03, 2012

        Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960) Ravello signed and dated 'Mayer-Marton/33.' (lower right) watercolour on paper 19¾ x 13 7/8 in. (50 x 35 cm.) Executed in 1933

        Christie's
      • •Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960), Park scene,
        Mar. 14, 2012

        •Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960), Park scene,

        Est: £80 - £120

        •Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960), Park scene, pencil and charcoal, 35.5cm x 47.5cm.

        Bellmans Auctioneers
      • •Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960), The Boatyard,
        Mar. 14, 2012

        •Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960), The Boatyard,

        Est: £80 - £120

        •Georg Mayer-Marton (1897-1960), The Boatyard, charcoal, signed and dated '28, 35.5cm x 47cm.

        Bellmans Auctioneers
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