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Sculptor, b. 1872 - d. 1937

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      • GERMANY, Industrie und Gewerbe-Ausstellung Rheinland-Westfalen, Dusseldorf [Industry and Trade Exhibition Rhineland-Wesphalia], 1902, a bronze medal by H. Mueller for O. Oertel, winged figure of Fame seated right on pedestal, blowing trumpet and w...
        Mar. 06, 2024

        GERMANY, Industrie und Gewerbe-Ausstellung Rheinland-Westfalen, Dusseldorf [Industry and Trade Exhibition Rhineland-Wesphalia], 1902, a bronze medal by H. Mueller for O. Oertel, winged figure of Fame seated right on pedestal, blowing trumpet and w...

        Est: £30 - £40

        Müller , Heinz (German, 1872-1937); b. Münster, and Oertel , Otto (Berlin, fl. 1887-1938) GERMANY , Industrie und Gewerbe-Ausstellung Rheinland-Westfalen , Dusseldorf [Industry and Trade Exhibition Rhineland-Wesphalia], 1902, a bronze medal by H. Mueller for O. Oertel, winged figure of Fame seated right on pedestal, blowing trumpet and with arm round the shoulder of a semi-naked artisan standing right, rev. legend in nine lines encircled by wreath, 70mm, 136.54g (DGMK 8, 946; BDM IV, 191; cf . Münz Zentrum Rheinland 188, 5293; cf . Noonans 264, 930). About extremely fine, patinated £30-£40 --- Provenance: bt Münz Zentrum Rheinland, December 1999 Edition of 218 in all metals. The exhibition was opened by Crown Prince Wilhelm on 1 May 1902 and closed on 20 October. It attracted 2,500 exhibitors and was patronised by some 5 million visitors. ------ For more information , additional images and to bid on this lot please go to the auctioneers website, www.noonans.co.uk

        Noonans Mayfair
      • Müller, Heinz (1873 Wien 1937)
        Sep. 23, 2023

        Müller, Heinz (1873 Wien 1937)

        Est: €150 - €180

        Steuerman hinter Welle. Schwarz-braun patinierte Bronze. Marmorsockel. H. 27 bzw. 30 cm.

        Dannenberg
      • Müller, Heinz (1873 Wien 1937)
        Jun. 24, 2023

        Müller, Heinz (1873 Wien 1937)

        Est: €200 - €240

        Steuerman hinter Welle. Schwarz-braun patinierte Bronze. Marmorsockel. H. 27 bzw. 30 cm.

        Dannenberg
      • Heinz Müller (1872 - 1941) - Heavy Athlete with Ball Weight, 1st half of the 20th century
        May. 06, 2023

        Heinz Müller (1872 - 1941) - Heavy Athlete with Ball Weight, 1st half of the 20th century

        Est: -

        Bronze, patiniert, an der Plinthe die Künstlersignatur "Heinz Müller / Düsseldorf". Aufrecht stehende, vollplastische Aktfigur eines Athleten mit Kugelgewicht (Kettlebell) in der erhobenen rechten Hand, der linke Arm zum Ausbalancieren ausgestreckt. Rechter Arm am Ansatz etwas locker, Gebrauchs- und Altersspuren. Höhe 59 cm. Condition: II Keywords: kettlebell

        Hermann Historica GmbH
      • HEINZ MÜLLER BÄUERIN MIT KATZE
        Mar. 11, 2023

        HEINZ MÜLLER BÄUERIN MIT KATZE

        Est: €180 - €360

        HEINZ MÜLLER 1872 Münster - 1937 Düsseldorf BÄUERIN MIT KATZE Bronze, braun patiniert. H. 24 cm. Auf der Plinthe signiert 'H. Müller'. Part. Verluste der Patina. Provenienz: Hessische Privatsammlung.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Feb. 13, 2023

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill
        Dec. 08, 2022

        Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        This is an oversized item that may require special shipping. Please inquire for a quote before bidding. Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937). "Buffalo Bill" oil on canvas, ca. 1910. Signed "Buffalo Bill / Heinz Muller" in pigment on lower left. A striking, large-scale painting of the legendary William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody on horseback in a western landscape by German artist Heinz Muller. Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) earned this nickname for his impressive skill as a buffalo hunter, and his Wild West shows fostered a worldwide fascination with the American West. In this painting, Heinz presents Cody in classic cowboy garb - a fringed suede shirt, leather chaps over his pants, and a classic wide-brimmed hat topping his long-hair and mustachioed visage. A wonderful painting that captures the worldwide romance with the American cowboy during the late 19th to early 20th century, set in a gilt wood frame with a brass plaque engraved "Buffalo Bill by Heinz Muller". Size: 36.125" L x 28.125" W (91.8 cm x 71.4 cm) Size of frame: 44.5" L x 36.5" W (113 cm x 92.7 cm) According to the Buffalo Bill Museum, "'Buffalo Bill’s Wild West' used real cow-boys and cow-girls, recruited from ranches in the West. At first, few people shared Cody's admiration of the cow-boys. Most people regarded them as coarse cattle drivers and used the term 'cow-boy' as an insult. By the end of the 19th century, the cow-boy became the much more popular 'cowboy,' thanks in large part to the Buffalo Bill Wild West shows. The shows demonstrated bronco riding, roping, and other skills that would later become part of public rodeos." According to Rivka Galchen's article entitled "Wild West Germany: Why do cowboys and Indians so captivate the country?" - "When Buffalo Bill Cody went to Munich in 1890 with his Wild West show—which featured two hundred cowboys and Indians, Sioux Ghost Dance performances, and reenactments of the battle of Little Bighorn with 'the people who were there!'—hopeful attendees camped out overnight to get tickets. King Ludwig attended. The arena, which seated five thousand, sold out for each of the eighteen shows. The shows were advertised in the same sorts of magazines in which Karl May was serially publishing his tales of Kara Ben Nemsi, an adventurer-at-large in the Ottoman Empire. The Winnetou and Old Shatterhand stories followed shortly thereafter." Heinz Muller was a German artist who shared his country's fascination with the Old West. This interest originated with the writings of Karl May who wrote dozens of novels in the late 19th and early 20th century that romanticized life on the frontier, despite the fact that he never actually stepped foot in the American West. His great success was largely due to his culture's thirst for hero worship and romanticism of the western frontier. May's most beloved characters were Apache leader Winnetou and his blood brother named Old Shatterhand who was a German immigrant to the U.S. In addition, James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales" which were immensely popular in both Europe and America fueled a global fascination with the American cowboy. Provenance: ex-Walter Earl collection, Anchorage, Alaska, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #166926

        Artemis Gallery
      • Müller, Heinz
        Dec. 02, 2022

        Müller, Heinz

        Est: -

        Müller, Heinz 1872 Münster - 1937 Düsseldorf Bauer mit Sense. Bronze. Signiert. H 40 cm.

        Dusseldorfer Auktionshaus
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Sep. 20, 2022

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill
        Jun. 29, 2022

        Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        This is an oversized item that may require special shipping. Please inquire for a quote before bidding. Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937). "Buffalo Bill" oil on canvas, ca. 1910. Signed "Buffalo Bill / Heinz Muller" in pigment on lower left. A striking, large-scale painting of the legendary William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody on horseback in a western landscape by German artist Heinz Muller. Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) earned this nickname for his impressive skill as a buffalo hunter, and his Wild West shows fostered a worldwide fascination with the American West. In this painting, Heinz presents Cody in classic cowboy garb - a fringed suede shirt, leather chaps over his pants, and a classic wide-brimmed hat topping his long-hair and mustachioed visage. A wonderful painting that captures the worldwide romance with the American cowboy during the late 19th to early 20th century, set in a gilt wood frame with a brass plaque engraved "Buffalo Bill by Heinz Muller". Size: 36.125" L x 28.125" W (91.8 cm x 71.4 cm) Size of frame: 44.5" L x 36.5" W (113 cm x 92.7 cm) According to the Buffalo Bill Museum, "'Buffalo Bill’s Wild West' used real cow-boys and cow-girls, recruited from ranches in the West. At first, few people shared Cody's admiration of the cow-boys. Most people regarded them as coarse cattle drivers and used the term 'cow-boy' as an insult. By the end of the 19th century, the cow-boy became the much more popular 'cowboy,' thanks in large part to the Buffalo Bill Wild West shows. The shows demonstrated bronco riding, roping, and other skills that would later become part of public rodeos." According to Rivka Galchen's article entitled "Wild West Germany: Why do cowboys and Indians so captivate the country?" - "When Buffalo Bill Cody went to Munich in 1890 with his Wild West show—which featured two hundred cowboys and Indians, Sioux Ghost Dance performances, and reenactments of the battle of Little Bighorn with 'the people who were there!'—hopeful attendees camped out overnight to get tickets. King Ludwig attended. The arena, which seated five thousand, sold out for each of the eighteen shows. The shows were advertised in the same sorts of magazines in which Karl May was serially publishing his tales of Kara Ben Nemsi, an adventurer-at-large in the Ottoman Empire. The Winnetou and Old Shatterhand stories followed shortly thereafter." Heinz Muller was a German artist who shared his country's fascination with the Old West. This interest originated with the writings of Karl May who wrote dozens of novels in the late 19th and early 20th century that romanticized life on the frontier, despite the fact that he never actually stepped foot in the American West. His great success was largely due to his culture's thirst for hero worship and romanticism of the western frontier. May's most beloved characters were Apache leader Winnetou and his blood brother named Old Shatterhand who was a German immigrant to the U.S. In addition, James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales" which were immensely popular in both Europe and America fueled a global fascination with the American cowboy. Provenance: ex-Walter Earl collection, Anchorage, Alaska, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #166926

        Artemis Gallery
      • HANS MULLER (1873-1937) BRONZE FIGURE OF A GLEANER
        Jun. 18, 2022

        HANS MULLER (1873-1937) BRONZE FIGURE OF A GLEANER

        Est: $300 - $400

        Heinz Muller (1872 - 1937) Peasant Woman Gleaner Early 20th Century. The figure of a peasant woman kneeling patinated in dark brown, signed H. Muller in the casting, a founder's mark or other device on the edge of the naturalistic base near the signature, mounted on verde green marble base. Measures 6 x 7.75 x 5.5 inches. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

        Dirk Soulis Auctions
      • Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill
        May. 12, 2022

        Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill

        Est: $2,600 - $3,900

        Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937). "Buffalo Bill" oil on canvas, ca. 1910. Signed "Buffalo Bill / Heinz Muller" in pigment on lower left. A striking, large-scale painting of the legendary William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody on horseback in a western landscape by German artist Heinz Muller. Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) earned this nickname for his impressive skill as a buffalo hunter, and his Wild West shows fostered a worldwide fascination with the American West. In this painting, Heinz presents Cody in classic cowboy garb - a fringed suede shirt, leather chaps over his pants, and a classic wide-brimmed hat topping his long-hair and mustachioed visage. A wonderful painting that captures the worldwide romance with the American cowboy during the late 19th to early 20th century, set in a gilt wood frame with a brass plaque engraved "Buffalo Bill by Heinz Muller". Size: 36.125" L x 28.125" W (91.8 cm x 71.4 cm) Size of frame: 44.5" L x 36.5" W (113 cm x 92.7 cm) According to the Buffalo Bill Museum, "'Buffalo Bill’s Wild West' used real cow-boys and cow-girls, recruited from ranches in the West. At first, few people shared Cody's admiration of the cow-boys. Most people regarded them as coarse cattle drivers and used the term 'cow-boy' as an insult. By the end of the 19th century, the cow-boy became the much more popular 'cowboy,' thanks in large part to the Buffalo Bill Wild West shows. The shows demonstrated bronco riding, roping, and other skills that would later become part of public rodeos." According to Rivka Galchen's article entitled "Wild West Germany: Why do cowboys and Indians so captivate the country?" - "When Buffalo Bill Cody went to Munich in 1890 with his Wild West show—which featured two hundred cowboys and Indians, Sioux Ghost Dance performances, and reenactments of the battle of Little Bighorn with 'the people who were there!'—hopeful attendees camped out overnight to get tickets. King Ludwig attended. The arena, which seated five thousand, sold out for each of the eighteen shows. The shows were advertised in the same sorts of magazines in which Karl May was serially publishing his tales of Kara Ben Nemsi, an adventurer-at-large in the Ottoman Empire. The Winnetou and Old Shatterhand stories followed shortly thereafter." Heinz Muller was a German artist who shared his country's fascination with the Old West. This interest originated with the writings of Karl May who wrote dozens of novels in the late 19th and early 20th century that romanticized life on the frontier, despite the fact that he never actually stepped foot in the American West. His great success was largely due to his culture's thirst for hero worship and romanticism of the western frontier. May's most beloved characters were Apache leader Winnetou and his blood brother named Old Shatterhand who was a German immigrant to the U.S. In addition, James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales" which were immensely popular in both Europe and America fueled a global fascination with the American cowboy. Provenance: ex-Walter Earl collection, Anchorage, Alaska, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #166926

        Artemis Gallery
      • Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill
        Mar. 24, 2022

        Signed 1910 Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937). "Buffalo Bill" oil on canvas, ca. 1910. Signed "Buffalo Bill / Heinz Muller" in pigment on lower left. A striking, large-scale painting of the legendary William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody on horseback in a western landscape by German artist Heinz Muller. Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) earned this nickname for his impressive skill as a buffalo hunter, and his Wild West shows fostered a worldwide fascination with the American West. In this painting, Heinz presents Cody in classic cowboy garb - a fringed suede shirt, leather chaps over his pants, and a classic wide-brimmed hat topping his long-hair and mustachioed visage. A wonderful painting that captures the worldwide romance with the American cowboy during the late 19th to early 20th century, set in a gilt wood frame with a brass plaque engraved "Buffalo Bill by Heinz Muller". Size: 36.125" L x 28.125" W (91.8 cm x 71.4 cm) Size of frame: 44.5" L x 36.5" W (113 cm x 92.7 cm) According to the Buffalo Bill Museum, "'Buffalo Bill’s Wild West' used real cow-boys and cow-girls, recruited from ranches in the West. At first, few people shared Cody's admiration of the cow-boys. Most people regarded them as coarse cattle drivers and used the term 'cow-boy' as an insult. By the end of the 19th century, the cow-boy became the much more popular 'cowboy,' thanks in large part to the Buffalo Bill Wild West shows. The shows demonstrated bronco riding, roping, and other skills that would later become part of public rodeos." According to Rivka Galchen's article entitled "Wild West Germany: Why do cowboys and Indians so captivate the country?" - "When Buffalo Bill Cody went to Munich in 1890 with his Wild West show—which featured two hundred cowboys and Indians, Sioux Ghost Dance performances, and reenactments of the battle of Little Bighorn with 'the people who were there!'—hopeful attendees camped out overnight to get tickets. King Ludwig attended. The arena, which seated five thousand, sold out for each of the eighteen shows. The shows were advertised in the same sorts of magazines in which Karl May was serially publishing his tales of Kara Ben Nemsi, an adventurer-at-large in the Ottoman Empire. The Winnetou and Old Shatterhand stories followed shortly thereafter." Heinz Muller was a German artist who shared his country's fascination with the Old West. This interest originated with the writings of Karl May who wrote dozens of novels in the late 19th and early 20th century that romanticized life on the frontier, despite the fact that he never actually stepped foot in the American West. His great success was largely due to his culture's thirst for hero worship and romanticism of the western frontier. May's most beloved characters were Apache leader Winnetou and his blood brother named Old Shatterhand who was a German immigrant to the U.S. In addition, James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales" which were immensely popular in both Europe and America fueled a global fascination with the American cowboy. Provenance: ex-Walter Earl collection, Anchorage, Alaska, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #166926

        Artemis Gallery
      • HEINZ MÜLLER BÜSTE DER JUSTITIA
        Mar. 12, 2022

        HEINZ MÜLLER BÜSTE DER JUSTITIA

        Est: €300 - €600

        HEINZ MÜLLER 1872 Münster - 1937 Düsseldorf Büste der Justitia Bronze, hellbraun patiniert. H. 23,5 cm. Verso bezeichnet 'H. Müller'. Über einem rechteckigen Sockel vollplastisch ausgeführte Büstendarstellung der Göttin der Gerechtigkeit mit entsprechenden Attributen. Part. mit Verlusten der Patina, min. besch.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • Signed Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill, ca. 1910
        Dec. 02, 2021

        Signed Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill, ca. 1910

        Est: $4,500 - $6,750

        Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937). "Buffalo Bill" oil on canvas, ca. 1910. Signed "Buffalo Bill / Heinz Muller" in pigment on lower left. A striking, large-scale painting of the legendary William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody on horseback in a western landscape by German artist Heinz Muller. Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) earned this nickname for his impressive skill as a buffalo hunter, and his Wild West shows fostered a worldwide fascination with the American West. In this painting, Heinz presents Cody in classic cowboy garb - a fringed suede shirt, leather chaps over his pants, and a classic wide-brimmed hat topping his long-hair and mustachioed visage. A wonderful painting that captures the worldwide romance with the American cowboy during the late 19th to early 20th century, set in a gilt wood frame with a brass plaque engraved "Buffalo Bill by Heinz Muller". Size: 36.125" L x 28.125" W (91.8 cm x 71.4 cm) Size of frame: 44.5" L x 36.5" W (113 cm x 92.7 cm) According to the Buffalo Bill Museum, "'Buffalo Bill’s Wild West' used real cow-boys and cow-girls, recruited from ranches in the West. At first, few people shared Cody's admiration of the cow-boys. Most people regarded them as coarse cattle drivers and used the term 'cow-boy' as an insult. By the end of the 19th century, the cow-boy became the much more popular 'cowboy,' thanks in large part to the Buffalo Bill Wild West shows. The shows demonstrated bronco riding, roping, and other skills that would later become part of public rodeos." According to Rivka Galchen's article entitled "Wild West Germany: Why do cowboys and Indians so captivate the country?" - "When Buffalo Bill Cody went to Munich in 1890 with his Wild West show—which featured two hundred cowboys and Indians, Sioux Ghost Dance performances, and reenactments of the battle of Little Bighorn with 'the people who were there!'—hopeful attendees camped out overnight to get tickets. King Ludwig attended. The arena, which seated five thousand, sold out for each of the eighteen shows. The shows were advertised in the same sorts of magazines in which Karl May was serially publishing his tales of Kara Ben Nemsi, an adventurer-at-large in the Ottoman Empire. The Winnetou and Old Shatterhand stories followed shortly thereafter." Heinz Muller was a German artist who shared his country's fascination with the Old West. This interest originated with the writings of Karl May who wrote dozens of novels in the late 19th and early 20th century that romanticized life on the frontier, despite the fact that he never actually stepped foot in the American West. His great success was largely due to his culture's thirst for hero worship and romanticism of the western frontier. May's most beloved characters were Apache leader Winnetou and his blood brother named Old Shatterhand who was a German immigrant to the U.S. In addition, James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales" which were immensely popular in both Europe and America fueled a global fascination with the American cowboy. Provenance: ex-Walter Earl collection, Anchorage, Alaska, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #166926

        Artemis Gallery
      • Signed Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill, ca. 1910
        Oct. 21, 2021

        Signed Heinz Muller Painting - Buffalo Bill, ca. 1910

        Est: $3,500 - $4,500

        Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937). "Buffalo Bill" oil on canvas, ca. 1910. Signed "Buffalo Bill / Heinz Muller" in pigment on lower left. A striking, large-scale painting of the legendary William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody on horseback in a western landscape by German artist Heinz Muller. Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) earned this nickname for his impressive skill as a buffalo hunter, and his Wild West shows fostered a worldwide fascination with the American West. In this painting, Heinz presents Cody in classic cowboy garb - a fringed suede shirt, leather chaps over his pants, and a classic wide-brimmed hat topping his long-hair and mustachioed visage. A wonderful painting that captures the worldwide romance with the American cowboy during the late 19th to early 20th century, set in a gilt wood frame with a brass plaque engraved "Buffalo Bill by Heinz Muller". Size: 36.125" L x 28.125" W (91.8 cm x 71.4 cm) Size of frame: 44.5" L x 36.5" W (113 cm x 92.7 cm) According to the Buffalo Bill Museum, "'Buffalo Bill’s Wild West' used real cow-boys and cow-girls, recruited from ranches in the West. At first, few people shared Cody's admiration of the cow-boys. Most people regarded them as coarse cattle drivers and used the term 'cow-boy' as an insult. By the end of the 19th century, the cow-boy became the much more popular 'cowboy,' thanks in large part to the Buffalo Bill Wild West shows. The shows demonstrated bronco riding, roping, and other skills that would later become part of public rodeos." According to Rivka Galchen's article entitled "Wild West Germany: Why do cowboys and Indians so captivate the country?" - "When Buffalo Bill Cody went to Munich in 1890 with his Wild West show—which featured two hundred cowboys and Indians, Sioux Ghost Dance performances, and reenactments of the battle of Little Bighorn with 'the people who were there!'—hopeful attendees camped out overnight to get tickets. King Ludwig attended. The arena, which seated five thousand, sold out for each of the eighteen shows. The shows were advertised in the same sorts of magazines in which Karl May was serially publishing his tales of Kara Ben Nemsi, an adventurer-at-large in the Ottoman Empire. The Winnetou and Old Shatterhand stories followed shortly thereafter." Heinz Muller was a German artist who shared his country's fascination with the Old West. This interest originated with the writings of Karl May who wrote dozens of novels in the late 19th and early 20th century that romanticized life on the frontier, despite the fact that he never actually stepped foot in the American West. His great success was largely due to his culture's thirst for hero worship and romanticism of the western frontier. May's most beloved characters were Apache leader Winnetou and his blood brother named Old Shatterhand who was a German immigrant to the U.S. In addition, James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales" which were immensely popular in both Europe and America fueled a global fascination with the American cowboy. Provenance: ex Walter Earl collection, Anchorage, Alaska, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #166926

        Artemis Gallery
      • Heinz Müller (Münster 1872 - 1941 Düsseldorf), Farmer with reluctant calf, Germany, late 19th century.
        Oct. 14, 2021

        Heinz Müller (Münster 1872 - 1941 Düsseldorf), Farmer with reluctant calf, Germany, late 19th century.

        Est: €600 - €700

        A woman with a headdress and on wooden shoes. Signed in the foot: 'H. Müller'. Meas: L: 12,1 cm, W: 29,5 cm, H: 24 cm. Estimate: € 600 - € 700.

        Goudwisselkantoor Veilingen
      • HEINZ MÜLLER, JÄGER MIT HUND
        Sep. 11, 2021

        HEINZ MÜLLER, JÄGER MIT HUND

        Est: €200 - €400

        HEINZ MÜLLER 1872 Münster - 1937 Düsseldorf (attr.) Jäger mit Hund Zinkguss, braun patiniert, Holzsockel (sekundär). Ges.- H. 20,5 cm, H. 18 cm (Figur). Über einem rechteckigen Sockel ganzfigurige Darstellung eines Jägers mit seinem sitzenden Jagdhund. Min. Verluste der Patina, Gurt ergänzt.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • JÄGER
        Mar. 13, 2021

        JÄGER

        Est: €300 - €600

        RefScu4321 HEINZ MÜLLER 1872 Münster - 1937 Düsseldorf (attr.) Jäger Bronze, braun patiniert, Marmorsockel. Ges.- H. 26 cm, H. 24 cm (Figur). Verso mit Giessereimarke 'Oskar Gladenbeck G.m.b.H.'. Über einem quadratischen Sockel felsartiger Stand mit der ganzfigurigen Darstellung eines Jägers, sein Gewehr haltend. Sockel minimalst best.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Mar. 09, 2021

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • Heinz Müller, Gewichtheber
        Oct. 24, 2020

        Heinz Müller, Gewichtheber

        Est: -

        Bildhauer und Medailleur, insbesondere von Bronzen (1872 Münster/Westf. - 1937 oder 1941 Düsseldorf), Bronze dunkel patiniert, 1. Hälfte 20. Jh., auf Plinthe signiert, männlicher Akt in dynamischer Pose, ein Gewicht mit dem rechten Arm über den Kopf hebend, in runde Plinthe auslaufend, guter Zustand, Haarriss am Übergang von Schulter zu rechtem Arm, H. 59 cm; Heinz Müller, Gewichtheber (weightlifter), sculptor and medalist, especially of bronzes (1872 Münster/Westf. - 1937 or 1941 Düsseldorf), bronze with dark patina, 1st half 20th century, signed on base, male nude in dynamic pose, with the right arm, he is raising aweight above the head, ending in a round base, good condition, hairline crack at the transition from shoulder to right arm

        Kunst- und Auktionshaus Quedlinburg
      • Heinz Muller (Vienna 1872 - 1937). Signed Bronze
        Jan. 19, 2020

        Heinz Muller (Vienna 1872 - 1937). Signed Bronze

        Est: $400 - $600

        Sculpture. Nice original patina and signed and marked Vienna . From a New Rochelle estate .

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Dec. 10, 2019

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $5,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

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      • Müller, Heinz (1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf), Schm…
        Dec. 07, 2019

        Müller, Heinz (1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf), Schm…

        Est: -

        Müller, Heinz (1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf), Schmied mit Hammer, Zahnrad, Amboss und Schraubstock, Bronzefigur, patiniert, rs. signiert, auf rundem Marmorsockel montiert, Gesamthöhe ca. 43 cm.

        Kunst- und Auktionshaus Wiesbaden
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Sep. 24, 2019

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Dec. 04, 2018

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Aug. 14, 2018

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Jun. 06, 2018

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        May. 30, 2017

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER (German,1872-1937)
        May. 06, 2017

        HEINZ MULLER (German,1872-1937)

        Est: $200 - $300

        HEINZ MULLER (German,1872-1937), two sheep, bronze, signed ''H. Muller'' with foundry mark and ''Austria''. 4-1/2''h, 8''w, 6''d. (Fine Art)

        South Bay Auctions Inc
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Mar. 11, 2017

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • Heinz, Müller Münster 1872 - Düsseldorf 1937 A bronze sculpture 'Fisherwoman on her way home'
        Feb. 25, 2017

        Heinz, Müller Münster 1872 - Düsseldorf 1937 A bronze sculpture 'Fisherwoman on her way home'

        Est: -

        Heinz, Müller Münster 1872 - Düsseldorf 1937 A bronze sculpture 'Fisherwoman on her way home' Early 20th cent. Bronze with dark brown patina, h. 46 cm, on the plinth sign. 'H. Müller'.

        Auktionshaus Stahl
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Dec. 10, 2016

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Nov. 01, 2016

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • Heinz Müller, 1872-1937
        Oct. 01, 2016

        Heinz Müller, 1872-1937

        Est: €400 - €800

        Heinz Müller, 1872-1937, sowing Farmer, bronzesculpture, signed, H. approx. 53cm . German Description: Heinz Müller, 1872-1937, Säender Bauer, Bronzeskulptur, signiert, H. ca. 53cm

        Henry's Auktionshaus
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Jul. 31, 2016

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

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      • Heinz MÜLLER (1872-1937) Shakespeare bronze bust
        Jun. 29, 2016

        Heinz MÜLLER (1872-1937) Shakespeare bronze bust

        Est: $600 - $900

        Heinz MÜLLER (1872-1937) Shakespeare bronze bust, signed. 16” H x 13 1/2” W. Shipping in USA is $ 60.00. International bidders ask for shipping before bid.

        Antiques Supermarket
      • Heinz MÜLLER (1872-1937) Shakespeare bronze bust
        Apr. 27, 2016

        Heinz MÜLLER (1872-1937) Shakespeare bronze bust

        Est: $600 - $900

        Heinz MÜLLER (1872-1937) Shakespeare bronze bust, signed. 16” H x 13 1/2” W. Shipping in USA is $ 60.00. International bidders ask for shipping before bid.

        Antiques Supermarket
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Apr. 18, 2016

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Mar. 14, 2016

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

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      • BRONZE BUST OF SHAKESPEARE.
        Feb. 05, 2016

        BRONZE BUST OF SHAKESPEARE.

        Est: $150 - $350

        BRONZE BUST OF SHAKESPEARE. Signed "H. Muller" for either Hans or Heinz Muller (Germany/Austria, 1872/1873-1937). 20"h. including pink marble base.

        Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Heinz Müller, 1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf
        Jun. 27, 2015

        Heinz Müller, 1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf

        Est: €750 - €1,800

        Heinz Müller, 1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf, farmer on his way home from the field, bronze sculpture, signed, H. approx 75cm

        Henry's Auktionshaus
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        Apr. 15, 2015

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITH THE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9 inches. OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2 inches.

        Antique Place
      • 2 Bronze Nudes w/ Harps
        Jan. 25, 2014

        2 Bronze Nudes w/ Harps

        Est: $400 - $450

        1st item: Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937) bronze female nude figure playing a harp, signed on base with triangular foundry stamp, 3" H x 4-1/4" L x 1-3/4" D overall. Early 20th century. 2nd item: Bronze depicting a standing nude female, resting against a figural swan head harp. Mounted on a rectangular black marble base with illegible inscription en verso. 12-5/8" H x 4-7/8" W x 4-7/8" D overall. Early 20th century. Provenance: Private Nashville, Tennessee collection.

        Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
      • Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937) Bronze Model of a Blacksmith, dark brown patina to a standing figure modeled using forging tongs, ins
        Oct. 05, 2013

        Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937) Bronze Model of a Blacksmith, dark brown patina to a standing figure modeled using forging tongs, ins

        Est: $700 - $900

        Heinz Muller (German, 1872-1937) Bronze Model of a Blacksmith, dark brown patina to a standing figure modeled using forging tongs, inscribed "H. Muller," ht. 14 1/2 in.

        Skinner
      • HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.
        May. 06, 2013

        HEINZ MULLER BRONZE OF HUNTER WITH DOG.

        Est: $2,500 - $4,000

        HEINZ MULLER (GERMAN:1872-1937). A VERY GOOD QUALITY BRONZE WITH A WOUNDERFUL RICH BROWN PATINA SCULPTURE OF A HUNTER WITH HIS GUN OVER HIS SHOULDER AND HIS DOG ON A ROPE, THE DOG IS LOOKING BACK AT SOMETHING WITHTHE HUNTER IS TUGGING AT HIS ROPE MOUNTED ON A NICE DEEP BROWN, BLACK AND DEEP GREEN MARBLE BASE. SIGNED "H. MULLER" IN THE BRONZE. HEIGHT OF BRONZE 9". OVERALL WITH BASE 11 1/2".

        Antique Place
      • Heinz Müller (* Münster 1872)
        Nov. 24, 2010

        Heinz Müller (* Münster 1872)

        Est: - €800

        Heinz Müller (* Münster 1872) Arbeiterfamilie, der Vater schiebt sein auf der Schubkarre liegendes Kind, hinter ihm seine Frau mit Spaten, Bronze-Relief, L: ca. 65 cm, auf dem Sockel signiert, am Sockel Gießermarke: Bronzeguss von B. Förster, Düsseldorf, mit grünlicher Patina durch

        Dawo
      • Heinz Müller (1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf)
        Aug. 28, 2009

        Heinz Müller (1872 Münster-1937 Düsseldorf)

        Est: - €900

        Bronzebüste Ludwig van Beethoven, um 1900, rs. sign. "H. Müller", Bronze dunkelbraun patiniert, imposante Büste des berühmten Komponisten (1770-1827) mit fein herausgearbeiteten Gesichtzügen und Haarpartie, in antikisierendem Gewand und reliefierten Lorbeerzweigen im Brustbereich, auf flachem, schwarzem Marmorsockel, Altersspuren, H 50 cm. Künstlerinfo: deutscher Bildhauer u. Medailleur, tätig in Düsseldorf, Meisterschüler K. Janssens an der Düsseldorfer Akademie, Quelle: Internet.

        Auktionshaus Mehlis GmbH
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