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      • Forest Landscape, 1912
        Jun. 06, 2023

        Forest Landscape, 1912

        Est: €2,200 - €2,400

        monogrammed and dated lower right,framed

        Lehner Kunstauktionen
      • Roller, Alfred
        Oct. 15, 2022

        Roller, Alfred

        Est: €300 - €450

        (1864-1935). Und Ihr? Zeichnet 7. Kriegsanleihe bei der k.k.pr.öst. Creditanstalt. Zeigt einen Soldaten hinter Schanzen. Farb. Plakat bei Ges. f. Graphische Industrie, Wien 1917. 94,5 x 62,5 cm. Mehrf. gefaltet. - Tls. etw. randrissig. D

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • Alfred Roller (German, 1864-1935) Two Costume Designs for Hugo von Hofmannsthal'
        May. 04, 2022

        Alfred Roller (German, 1864-1935) Two Costume Designs for Hugo von Hofmannsthal'

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Alfred Roller (German, 1864-1935) Two Costume Designs for Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Oedipus and the Sphinx, circa 1906 Charcoal, ink, watercolor 16-3/4 x 8-1/4 inches (42.5 x 21.0 cm) (each, sight) Each signed with monogram Property from the Collection of Pat and Michael York HID01801242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • Alfred Roller (German, 1864-1935) Two Costume Designs for Hugo von Hofmannsthal'
        Dec. 07, 2021

        Alfred Roller (German, 1864-1935) Two Costume Designs for Hugo von Hofmannsthal'

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Alfred Roller (German, 1864-1935) Two Costume Designs for Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Oedipus and the Sphinx, circa 1906 Charcoal, ink, watercolor 16-3/4 x 8-1/4 inches (42.5 x 21.0 cm) (each, sight) Each signed with monogram and inscribed HID01801242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • Alfred Dunhill Carbon Fiber Roller Ball Pen
        Apr. 25, 2020

        Alfred Dunhill Carbon Fiber Roller Ball Pen

        Est: $250 - $500

        Carbon Fiber Roller Ball Pen in excellent condition NO BOX NO PAPER WORK .

        Lettieri Auction & Appraisal
      • Schneebergbahn. 1897.
        Jun. 23, 2019

        Schneebergbahn. 1897.

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        ARTIST: ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935) SIZE: 36 3/8 x 48 1/4 in./92.4 x 122.5 cm PRINTER: S. Czeiger, Wien DESCRIPTION: A momentous occasion for mountaineers! In 1897, the Schneebergbahn began service as the first cog railway train to the Austrian mountain heights. A great winged giant exhales steam as he beats his wings aloft, a brace of passengers collected upon his back. On the left, there's a small map of the route; on the right, a printed timetable. This is a very rare specimen of the first printing, directly from the estate of Alfred Roller, the artist. The original design for the poster is held in the collections of the Austrian Theatre Museum, Vienna; all other known extant copies of the design are in the smaller size. (Art Nouveau; Trains; Travel)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Schneebergbahn. 1897.
        Oct. 28, 2018

        Schneebergbahn. 1897.

        Est: $4,000 - $5,000

        ARTIST: ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935) SIZE: 36 3/8 x 48 1/4 in./92.4 x 122.5 cm PRINTER: S. Czeiger, Wien DESCRIPTION: A momentous moment for mountaineers! In 1897, the Schneebergbahn began service as the first cog railway train to the Austrian mountain heights. A great winged giant exhales steam as he beats his wings aloft, a brace of passengers collected upon his back. On the left, there's a small map of the route; on the right, a printed timetable. This is a very rare specimen of the first printing, directly from the estate of Alfred Roller, the artist. The original design for the poster is held in the collections of the Austrian Theatre Museum, Vienna; all other known extant copies of the design are in the smaller size. (Rail; Travel; Art Nouveau)

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      • ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935). UND IHR? / 7. KRIEGSANLEIHE. 1917. 37x24 inches, 94x63 cm. Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Vienna.
        Aug. 01, 2018

        ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935). UND IHR? / 7. KRIEGSANLEIHE. 1917. 37x24 inches, 94x63 cm. Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Vienna.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935) UND IHR? / 7. KRIEGSANLEIHE. 1917. 37x24 3/4 inches, 94x63 cm. Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Vienna. Condition A- / B+: repaired tears at edges; minor scuffing in upper image; creases along vertical and horizontal folds. Mounted on Japan. Paret p. 45, Eybl p. 60.

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      • ALFRED RÖLLER (1864-1935). XIV AUSSTELLUNG / SECESSION / KLINGER BEETHOVEN. 1902. 37x15 inches, 94x39 cm. A. Berger, Vienna.
        May. 03, 2018

        ALFRED RÖLLER (1864-1935). XIV AUSSTELLUNG / SECESSION / KLINGER BEETHOVEN. 1902. 37x15 inches, 94x39 cm. A. Berger, Vienna.

        Est: $30,000 - $40,000

        ALFRED RÖLLER (1864-1935) XIV AUSSTELLUNG / SECESSION / KLINGER BEETHOVEN. 1902. 37 1/4x15 1/2 inches, 94 1/2x39 1/2 cm. A. Berger, Vienna. Condition B+ / B: four horizontal repaired tears across image; creases and abrasions along vertical fold and sharp horizontal folds; pencil notation in bottom margin. Mounted on Japan. Alfred Röller was a founding member of the Vienna Secession and one of the group's most prolific poster artists. He contributed to Ver Sacrum, the renowned magazine published by the group, becoming editor after issue 7, and designing posters promoting the magazine and the group's exhibitions. "In the early years of the 20th century, the Secession posters had "lettering ornamented to the limit of legibility. This rigor, this elaboration of the decorative motif were pushed to an extreme by Josef Hoffmann . . . [and] in works by Ferdinand Andri, Mangold and Alfred Roller" (Weill p. 115). The fourteenth Secession exhibition was dedicated to Ludwig von Beethoven and was considered to be one of the group's most popular and successful exhibitions. Although Max Klinger is mentioned on the poster, it was Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze which stole the show. Roller's image of a muse bowing and presenting a glowing orb, infused with patterns and abstract motifs, also appeared as the frontispiece in the catalogue for the exhibition. This is the smaller format. rare. Denscher p. 42, Weill 194, Art Nouveau p. 208, Berman p. 157, German Expressionist Art 25.

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      • Roller, Alfred (1864-1935). "Und Ihr?". Werbeplakat für die 7. Kriegsa
        Feb. 18, 2017

        Roller, Alfred (1864-1935). "Und Ihr?". Werbeplakat für die 7. Kriegsa

        Est: - €150

        Roller, Alfred (1864-1935). "Und Ihr?". Werbeplakat für die 7. Kriegsanleihe. Farblithographie der Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Wien 1917. DIN A 1. Mit Monogr. u. Datum im Stein. AC10557126. - +Dabei: 2 weitere Plakate+ zum Thema Kriegs- u. Kriegsanleihen. Versch. Techniken u. Formate. - Beide Plakate aus der Plakatslg. Ing. Robert Hartwig, aber ohne St. - Leichte Alters- u. Gebrauchsspuren.

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • Alfred Roller (1864 - 1935), Ver Sacrum IV Jahr. IX Ausstellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Osterreischs Secession. 1902
        Jun. 14, 2016

        Alfred Roller (1864 - 1935), Ver Sacrum IV Jahr. IX Ausstellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Osterreischs Secession. 1902

        Est: €660 - €1,320

        Al verso: Adolph Böhm, Secession. 15 Ausstellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Osterreischs. 1902. Stampati recto-verso in un bifolio. UNITO A: Koloman Moser, Jung wiener Theater zum Lieben Augustin.Direction Felix Salten. 1901. Al verso: Alfred Roller, Secession. 16 Ausstellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Osterreischs.1903. Litografie a colori. pp. 119, 120, 121, 122 di "Die Fläche" I, Vienna 1902-1903. Dimensione fogli: mm 310x205 cad. In queste quattro pagine sono riprodotti alcuni celebri manifesti della Secessione viennese. "Die Fläche" è stato un famoso ed importante periodico di arti grafiche pubblicato a Vienna in due volumi che caratterizzano il lavoro di artisti associati alla Secessione e alla Wiener Werkstätte: Bertold Löffler, Moriz Jung, Franz Karl Delavilla, Urban Janke, Wenzel Oswald, Gustav Marisch, Karl Schwetz, e altri. Il primo volume fu pubblicato nel 1902-1903 da Felician Baron Myrbach e documentava i lavori della Secessione tra cui i famosi manifesti. Il secondo uscì nel 1910 curato da Bertold Löffler in collaborazione con Anton Scholl e Co. Conteneva un campionario di applicazioni contemporanee di design grafico con esempi di manifesti d'arte, libri, carta da parati, tessuti, vetro colorato, intarsi, ricami, monogrammi, biglietti da visita, e bigiotteria. Le tavole dai colori vivaci, vero manifesto dello stile viennese, erano stampata in algrafia ossia in litografia su alluminio. (4)

        Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
      • Alfred Roller (1864-1939), Attr., Advertising Draft, c. 1900
        Nov. 30, 2015

        Alfred Roller (1864-1939), Attr., Advertising Draft, c. 1900

        Est: €300 - €390

        India ink on paper Austria, c. 1900 Alfred Roller (1864-1939) – Viennese painter, graphic artist and decorator Upper right inscribed ‚Venezia‘ Lower right numbered ‚82‘ Inscribed tot he matin pencil Image: 34 x 25 cm; sheet: 42 x 30.4 cm Good condition Provenance: from an important Austrian private collection Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 600 Euro Condition: The work is mounted into a mat. The paper is toned and the margins a bit soiled. The margins are cut a bit uneven and to the corners a bit creased with minor loss of paper. Apart of that the work is in a good conditions consistent with age. The image measures 34 x 25 cm and the sheet 42 x 30,4 cm. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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      • ALFRED RÖLLER (1864-1935). SCHNEEBERG BAHN BEI WIEN. 1904. 37x24 inches, 95x63 cm. Frieder. Sperl, Vienna.
        Dec. 17, 2014

        ALFRED RÖLLER (1864-1935). SCHNEEBERG BAHN BEI WIEN. 1904. 37x24 inches, 95x63 cm. Frieder. Sperl, Vienna.

        Est: $5,000 - $7,500

        ALFRED RÖLLER (1864-1935) SCHNEEBERG BAHN BEI WIEN. 1904. 37 1/2x24 3/4 inches, 95 1/4x63 cm. Frieder. Sperl, Vienna. Condition B+: repaired tears at edges, some affecting image; minor creases and abrasions in margins and image. Mounted on Chartex. The Schneeberg is a 2,076 meter high mountain in the Alps, situated a mere 40 miles away from Vienna and considered by residents as part of the Viennese Hausberge (local mountains). By the end of the 19th century, it had become a favorite retreat for Vienna's upper classes and, in 1897, a cog railway was opened and began taking visitors to the plateau. Originally designed and printed in 1897 to advertise the journey and promote the hotels available to visit in the region, Röller devises a fabulous, mythical allegory for train travel. The original poster has an architecturally-precise rendering of the "Hotel Schneebergbahn" prominently depicted in the lower right corner and a much smaller, almost indiscernible hotel in the distant mountains. Several years later, the poster was reissued, this time without the hotel in the foreground and a larger image of the Hotel Hochschneeberg in the distant mountains. Alfred Röller was a founding member of the Vienna Secession and one of the group's most prolific poster artists. He contributed to their renowned magazine Ver Sacrum and became Editor after issue seven. Michael Pabst, in Wiener Graphik um 1900 writes, "[Röller's] posters, notably those for the Slevogt exhibition and Schneebergbahn inaugurate modern typography" (p. 339). Von zur Westen wrote that this poster "struck me as far the best poster printed in Vienna in the summer of 1897" (Zeitschrift fur Buchenfreunde 1903/1904, p. 128). Mascha 10 (var), Stembera p. 43 (var), Life With Posters 131 (var), The Poster May, 1900, p. 101 (var), von Zur Westen p. 63.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • ROLLER, Alfred,
        May. 29, 2013

        ROLLER, Alfred,

        Est: -

        ROLLER, Alfred, Bühnenbildner, Maler und Graphiker, 1864- 1935. E. B. m. U., o. O. 17.11. 1903, 1 1/2 S., 8vo., Kuvert. An Josef Haier: "... Ich bin Ihnen sehr dankbar für Ihre freundlichen Zeilen und für die interessanten Mitteilungen über das Verhältnis unserer Väter und unserer Familien zueinander. Ich habe den Namen Ihres Herrn Vaters natürlich in meinem Elternhause sehr oft nennen gehört und war überrascht und erfreut zu hören, dass Ihre Frau Mutter noch lebe (...) Ich habe mich in den letzten Jahren ausschließlich mit Wand malerei, Mosaik und Kunstgewerblichem befaßt. Was ich malte geht über die Stücke nicht hinaus. Solche auszustellen halte ich aber für unrichtig. Meine Entwürfe für den Gebrauch der Hofoper sind nicht darstellungsfähig, da ich ihnen nur die Stellung von Hilfmittel zuerkenne, nicht aber ihren Selbstzweck und ein Eigenleben ...". opening price EUR 100,-

        Dorotheum
      • ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935). UND IHR? 1917. 37x24 inches, 94x61 cm. Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Vienna.
        Aug. 01, 2012

        ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935). UND IHR? 1917. 37x24 inches, 94x61 cm. Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Vienna.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        ALFRED ROLLER (1864-1935) UND IHR? 1917. 37x24 1/4 inches, 94x61 1/2 cm. Gesellschaft fur Graphische Industrie, Vienna. Condition B: margins overpainted; restoration along vertical and horizontal folds; restored losses and restoration in image. Paret p. 45.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Alfred Roller
        Apr. 13, 2005

        Alfred Roller

        Est: €1,400 - €1,800

        (Brno 1864–1935 Vienna) In the gardens of a monastery, signed and dated Alfred Roller 92, mixed media on paper, laid down on canvas, 46 x 35 cm, framed, (Hu)

        Dorotheum
      • ROLLER, Alfred (1864-1935)
        Oct. 11, 2001

        ROLLER, Alfred (1864-1935)

        Est: $26,280 - $32,120

        IX AUSSTELLUNG DER VEREINIGUNG BILDENDER KšNSTLER ™STERREICHS (SECESSION) lithograph in colours, 1901, printed by A.Berger, Wien, on two sheets, condition A- 75 x 25in. (190 x 63cm.) LITERATURE Michael Pabst: Wiener Grafik um 1900, Mnchen, 1984, p.215, (no.226, from the collection of Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien) NOTES The artists of the Vienna Secession developed the Art Nouveau movement in Austria. Alfred Roller's poster was produced in 1901 for the 9th Exhibition of the Union of Creative Artists of Austria (Secession) which ran from 13th January until 28th February 1901. The 9th Exhibition was partly a memorial show for Giovanni Segantini who was regarded by The Secession as a son of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. 'Ver Sacrum' was the journal produced by this group and by 1901 was in its fourth year of production. The journal presented the work of International and Austrian artists of the movement including Koloman Moser, Charles R Mackintosh, Gustav Klimt, Adolphe B”hm, Josef Hoffman and Alfred Roller. Roller was a founder member of the Vienna Secession and designed the posters for the 4th, 9th, 12th, 14th & 16th Exhibitions. Prior to 1901 the poster designs for the Exhibitions were non-uniform and distinctly Art Nouveau in style. The next stage, after 1901, moved towards a geometric-ornamental style with an ornamental image and ornamental lettering, forming a total unit. Roller's poster for the 9th Exhibition represents an early experiment of the transition of the Secessionist poster from Art-Nouveau to the geometric-ornamental style. This is the rare, larger version of the poster.

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