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    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "The office n.9. 1996. Archival pigment print.
      Apr. 11, 2024

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "The office n.9. 1996. Archival pigment print.

      Est: €2,500 - €3,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "The office n.9. 1996. Archival pigment print. Measurements: 30 x 34 cm (photograph); 52,5 x 55,5 cm (frame). "The office" (1995-2001) was the artist's first photographic series, in which he played with a deceptive documentary aesthetic, quickly disproved by the juxtaposition of different realities. Renowned Dutch photographer and visual artist. He studied at the Academie voor Beeldende Kunst St. Joost in Breda in the 1970s. In the late 1980s he moved to Amsterdam to work on his career as a visual artist. Her first photographic series were The Office, Study for Women (1999-2002) and Study in Green (2003). The Groninger Museum presented her first solo exhibition in 1999. She made the international leap with her World-Moon-Venus series, which was exhibited at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. Curator Deborah Klochko invited him to participate in the exhibition entitled "Picturing Eden" at the George Eastman House. In particular, the World series, which explores the theme of innocence, made a deep impression. Van Empel placed neatly dressed black boys and girls in paradisiacal settings of unspoiled, non-existent nature. Interest in and appreciation of this series continues to this day all over the world. The breakthrough in the United States also brought renewed attention to Dutch museums. Van Empel has had solo exhibitions at the Het Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, the Groninger Museum and the NoordBrabants Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch. Since the international recognition of his work gave Van Empel the status of an artist with his own independent formal language, he has progressively expanded his oeuvre with the series Theatre, from 2010 to 2013, and Souvenir, which offered a charged image of his youth in Breda. This series was acquired by the NoordBrabants Museum. But this always has a darker side, though not always obvious. Ruud Schenk, curator of the Groninger Museum, wrote about this aspect in reference to the series Study for Women (2000-2002). Her work has been reviewed in countless publications and she has held important international exhibitions, not only in institutions specializing in photography but also in renowned museums of modern visual art.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - MOON #2
      Feb. 28, 2024

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - MOON #2

      Est: $5,000 - $8,000

      Lot 85 Ruud Van Empel Dutch (b. 1958) Moon #2 (2005) cibachrome signed to artist label verso, editioned 5/12 sheet: 32 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches frame dimensions: 32 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 1 inches, face-mounted to Plexiglas Provenance: From a Montclair, NJ Collection

      Capsule Gallery Auction
    • Ruud van Empel (Dutch 1958). World #35, 2010.
      Dec. 11, 2023

      Ruud van Empel (Dutch 1958). World #35, 2010.

      Est: €25,000 - €35,000

      Ruud van Empel (Dutch 1958) World #35, 2010 cibachrome print flush-mounted on dibond signed, titled, dated and numbered 'Ruud van Empel 2010 5/7' (on the artist's label attached to the reverse) 123.6 x 177 cm.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Ruud van Empel (born 1958) Babies #s 3 and 4, 2005
      Oct. 19, 2023

      Ruud van Empel (born 1958) Babies #s 3 and 4, 2005

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Ruud van Empel (born 1958) Babies #s 3 and 4, 2005 2 dye-bleach prints, each face-mounted on acrylic and flush-mounted on Dibond, each signed, titled, dated, numbered '2' and '1' respectively in pencil on a credit label affixed on the artist's frame backing. image/ sheet/ flush-mount: each 23 1/4 x 16 1/2in. (59 x 42cm.) artist's frame construction Provenance: With TZR Galerie, Cologne, acquired 2005 Exhibited: Full of Grace, Palm Beach Photographic Centre, West Palm Beach, Florida, January 25-March 14, 2012 Yes, they say everything has been done, "But has it been done your way?" is the question you should ask yourself. RUUD VAN EMPEL

      Hindman
    • ”THEATRE # 8”
      Jun. 02, 2023

      ”THEATRE # 8”

      Est: €12,000 - €15,000

      Signed on a label inscribed with the work information on the reverse: RUUD VAN Empel

      Grisebach
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back.
      Feb. 22, 2023

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back. Size: 44 x 56 cm; 66 x 78 cm (frame). "Van Empel's virtuosity lies in his ability to combine in photography the kind of ideas anchored in painting (historical references, the power of a gaze, the use of colour) and film (structure with multiple images and the power of a narrative), and to do so on a large scale", writes Deborah Klochko in the catalogue "Ruud van Empel Photoworks 1995-2010".renowned Dutch photographer and visual artist. He studied at the Academie voor Beeldende Kunst St. Joost in Breda in the 1970s. In the late 1980s he moved to Amsterdam to work on his career as a visual artist. Her first photographic series were The Office (1995-2001), Study for Women (1999-2002) and Study in Green (2003). The Groninger Museum presented her first solo exhibition in 1999. She made the international breakthrough with her series World-Moon-Venus, which was shown at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. Curator Deborah Klochko invited him to participate in the exhibition entitled "Picturing Eden" at the George Eastman House. In particular, the World series, which explores the theme of innocence, made a deep impression. Van Empel placed neatly dressed black boys and girls in paradisiacal settings of untouched, non-existent nature. Interest in and appreciation of the series continues to this day all over the world. The breakthrough in the United States also brought renewed attention to Dutch museums. Van Empel has had solo exhibitions at the Het Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, the Groninger Museum and the NoordBrabants Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch. Since the international recognition of his work gave Van Empel the status of an artist with his own independent formal language, he has progressively expanded his oeuvre with the series Theatre, from 2010 to 2013, and Souvenir, which offered a charged image of his youth in Breda. This series was acquired by the NoordBrabants Museum. But there is always a darker, if not always obvious, side to this. Ruud Schenk, curator of the Groninger Museum, wrote about this aspect in reference to the series Study for Women (2000-2002): As a viewer, you feel that there is something wrong with the depiction of the women: they are not completely real, but tend to be a mixture of real women and shop window mannequins. This generates a certain discomfort, a discomfort that comes close to what was described as "das Unheimliche" (the uncanny) at the beginning of the 20th century". Although the photographic images seem to capture an era, it is hardly possible to assign a date to any of them. This timeless element in Van Empel's work has taken on a different meaning in his recent work, as he addresses themes such as transience and vanity in his Still Life series of 2014, and also portrays older people as in the portrait of an older woman in the Sunday series (2012), or in the Nude series (2014), in which he questions the model's pose and the aesthetics of the nude. His work has been reviewed in countless publications and he has held important international exhibitions, not only in institutions specialising in photography but also in renowned museums of modern visual art.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back.
      Sep. 27, 2022

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back. Size: 44 x 56 cm; 66 x 78 cm (frame). "Van Empel's virtuosity lies in his ability to combine in photography the kind of ideas anchored in painting (historical references, the power of a gaze, the use of colour) and film (structure with multiple images and the power of a narrative), and to do so on a large scale", writes Deborah Klochko in the catalogue "Ruud van Empel Photoworks 1995-2010".renowned Dutch photographer and visual artist. He studied at the Academie voor Beeldende Kunst St. Joost in Breda in the 1970s. In the late 1980s he moved to Amsterdam to work on his career as a visual artist. Her first photographic series were The Office (1995-2001), Study for Women (1999-2002) and Study in Green (2003). The Groninger Museum presented her first solo exhibition in 1999. She made the international breakthrough with her series World-Moon-Venus, which was shown at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. Curator Deborah Klochko invited him to participate in the exhibition entitled "Picturing Eden" at the George Eastman House. In particular, the World series, which explores the theme of innocence, made a deep impression. Van Empel placed neatly dressed black boys and girls in paradisiacal settings of untouched, non-existent nature. Interest in and appreciation of the series continues to this day all over the world. The breakthrough in the United States also brought renewed attention to Dutch museums. Van Empel has had solo exhibitions at the Het Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, the Groninger Museum and the NoordBrabants Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch. Since the international recognition of his work gave Van Empel the status of an artist with his own independent formal language, he has progressively expanded his oeuvre with the series Theatre, from 2010 to 2013, and Souvenir, which offered a charged image of his youth in Breda. This series was acquired by the NoordBrabants Museum. But there is always a darker, if not always obvious, side to this. Ruud Schenk, curator of the Groninger Museum, wrote about this aspect in reference to the series Study for Women (2000-2002): As a viewer, you feel that there is something wrong with the depiction of the women: they are not completely real, but tend to be a mixture of real women and shop window mannequins. This generates a certain discomfort, a discomfort that comes close to what was described as "das Unheimliche" (the uncanny) at the beginning of the 20th century". Although the photographic images seem to capture an era, it is hardly possible to assign a date to any of them. This timeless element in Van Empel's work has taken on a different meaning in his recent work, as he addresses themes such as transience and vanity in his Still Life series of 2014, and also portrays older people as in the portrait of an older woman in the Sunday series (2012), or in the Nude series (2014), in which he questions the model's pose and the aesthetics of the nude. His work has been reviewed in countless publications and he has held important international exhibitions, not only in institutions specialising in photography but also in renowned museums of modern visual art.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for woman" n.1. 2000. Cibachrome, photographic print on dibond, on plexiglass, copy 2/7. Signed, dated, numbered and titled on the back. Reproduced and inventoried on the artist's official website.
      Jun. 08, 2022

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for woman" n.1. 2000. Cibachrome, photographic print on dibond, on plexiglass, copy 2/7. Signed, dated, numbered and titled on the back. Reproduced and inventoried on the artist's official website.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for woman" n.1. 2000. Cibachrome, photographic print on dibond, on plexiglass, copy 2/7. Signed, dated, numbered and titled on the back. Reproduced and inventoried on the artist's official website. Size: 118 x 84,5 cm. A typical feature of Ruud van Empel's work, which we can observe in the composition in question, is the perfection and idealisation of the figure depicted and its surroundings down to the smallest detail. "Van Empel's virtuosity lies in his ability to combine in photography the kind of ideas anchored in painting (historical references, the power of a gaze, the use of colour) and film (multi-image structure and the power of a narrative), and to do so on a large scale," writes Deborah Klochko in the catalogue "Ruud van Empel Photoworks 1995-2010". He studied at the Academie voor Beeldende Kunst St. Joost in Breda in the 1970s. In the late 1980s he moved to Amsterdam to work on his career as a visual artist. Her first photographic series were The Office (1995-2001), Study for Women (1999-2002) and Study in Green (2003). The Groninger Museum presented her first solo exhibition in 1999. She made the international breakthrough with her series World-Moon-Venus, which was shown at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. Curator Deborah Klochko invited him to participate in the exhibition entitled "Picturing Eden" at the George Eastman House. In particular, the World series, which explores the theme of innocence, made a deep impression. Van Empel placed neatly dressed black boys and girls in paradisiacal settings of untouched, non-existent nature. Interest in and appreciation of the series continues to this day all over the world. The breakthrough in the United States also brought renewed attention to Dutch museums. Van Empel has had solo exhibitions at the Het Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, the Groninger Museum and the NoordBrabants Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch. Since the international recognition of his work gave Van Empel the status of an artist with his own independent formal language, he has progressively expanded his oeuvre with the series Theatre, from 2010 to 2013, and Souvenir, which offered a charged image of his youth in Breda. This series was acquired by the NoordBrabants Museum. But there is always a darker, if not always obvious, side to this. Ruud Schenk, curator of the Groninger Museum, wrote about this aspect in reference to the series Study for Women (2000-2002): As a viewer, you feel that there is something wrong with the depiction of the women: they are not completely real, but tend to be a mixture of real women and shop window mannequins. This generates a certain discomfort, an uneasiness that comes close to what was described as "das Unheimliche" (the uncanny) in the early 20th century". Although the photographic images seem to capture an era, it is hardly possible to assign a date to any of them. This timeless element in Van Empel's work has taken on a different meaning in his recent work, as he addresses themes such as transience and vanity in his Still Life series of 2014, and also portrays older people as in the portrait of an older woman in the Sunday series (2012), or in the Nude series (2014), in which he questions the model's pose and the aesthetics of the nude. His work has been reviewed in countless publications and he has held important international exhibitions, not only in institutions specialising in photography but also in renowned museums of modern visual art.

      Setdart Auction House
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back.
      Jun. 08, 2022

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (Breda, 1958) "Study for 24 women n.4", 2000. Epsonprint on paper, copy 1/5. Signed and dated on the back. Size: 44 x 56 cm; 66 x 78 cm (frame). "Van Empel's virtuosity lies in his ability to combine in photography the kind of ideas anchored in painting (historical references, the power of a gaze, the use of colour) and film (structure with multiple images and the power of a narrative), and to do so on a large scale", writes Deborah Klochko in the catalogue "Ruud van Empel Photoworks 1995-2010".renowned Dutch photographer and visual artist. He studied at the Academie voor Beeldende Kunst St. Joost in Breda in the 1970s. In the late 1980s he moved to Amsterdam to work on his career as a visual artist. Her first photographic series were The Office (1995-2001), Study for Women (1999-2002) and Study in Green (2003). The Groninger Museum presented her first solo exhibition in 1999. She made the international breakthrough with her series World-Moon-Venus, which was shown at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. Curator Deborah Klochko invited him to participate in the exhibition entitled "Picturing Eden" at the George Eastman House. In particular, the World series, which explores the theme of innocence, made a deep impression. Van Empel placed neatly dressed black boys and girls in paradisiacal settings of untouched, non-existent nature. Interest in and appreciation of the series continues to this day all over the world. The breakthrough in the United States also brought renewed attention to Dutch museums. Van Empel has had solo exhibitions at the Het Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, the Groninger Museum and the NoordBrabants Museum in 's-Hertogenbosch. Since the international recognition of his work gave Van Empel the status of an artist with his own independent formal language, he has progressively expanded his oeuvre with the series Theatre, from 2010 to 2013, and Souvenir, which offered a charged image of his youth in Breda. This series was acquired by the NoordBrabants Museum. But there is always a darker, if not always obvious, side to this. Ruud Schenk, curator of the Groninger Museum, wrote about this aspect in reference to the series Study for Women (2000-2002): As a viewer, you feel that there is something wrong with the depiction of the women: they are not completely real, but tend to be a mixture of real women and shop window mannequins. This generates a certain discomfort, a discomfort that comes close to what was described as "das Unheimliche" (the uncanny) at the beginning of the 20th century". Although the photographic images seem to capture an era, it is hardly possible to assign a date to any of them. This timeless element in Van Empel's work has taken on a different meaning in his recent work, as he addresses themes such as transience and vanity in his Still Life series of 2014, and also portrays older people as in the portrait of an older woman in the Sunday series (2012), or in the Nude series (2014), in which he questions the model's pose and the aesthetics of the nude. His work has been reviewed in countless publications and he has held important international exhibitions, not only in institutions specialising in photography but also in renowned museums of modern visual art.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Ruud van Empel: World # 6
      Jun. 01, 2022

      Ruud van Empel: World # 6

      Est: €25,000 - €35,000

      EMPEL, RUUD VAN 1958 Breda Title: "World # 6". Date: 2005. Mounting: Cibachrome Print/Diasec. Depiction Size: 105 x 150cm. Notation: Signed, dated, titled and numbered verso. Number: 2/9. Verso label with work information. Provenance: - Private collection North Rhine-Westphalia Explanations to the Catalogue

      Van Ham Kunstauktionen
    • Ruud van Empel (Dutch 1958). Study for 24 women nr. 8, 2000.
      May. 31, 2022

      Ruud van Empel (Dutch 1958). Study for 24 women nr. 8, 2000.

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      Ruud van Empel (Dutch 1958) Study for 24 women nr. 8, 2000 two sheets of archival pigment print on watercolour paper signed and dated 'Ruud van Empel 2000', with the artist's label (on the backing), number 1 from the edition of 5 image size 43.5 x 56.8 cm., frame size 66 x 78 cm.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (NÉ EN 1958) Vincent #2, 2020 signé, titré, daté et numérot
      May. 24, 2022

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (NÉ EN 1958) Vincent #2, 2020 signé, titré, daté et numérot

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (NÉ EN 1958) Vincent #2, 2020 signé, titré, daté et numéroté 1/7' à l'encre sur une étiquette du photographe accompagnant l'œuvre image : 58,8 x 41,5 cm. (23 5/8 x 16 6/8 in.) feuille : 61,5 x 44,5 cm. (24 2/8 x 17 4/8 in.)

      Christie's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (NÉ EN 1958) Van Gogh #5, 2020 signé, titré, daté et numéro
      May. 24, 2022

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (NÉ EN 1958) Van Gogh #5, 2020 signé, titré, daté et numéro

      Est: €6,000 - €7,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (NÉ EN 1958) Van Gogh #5, 2020 signé, titré, daté et numéroté 1/7' à l'encre sur une étiquette du photographe accompagnant l'oeuvre image : 58,7 x 40,5 cm. (23 1/8 x 16 in.) feuille : 61,5 x 45 cm. (24 2/8 x 17 6/8 in.)

      Christie's
    • Ruud van Empel (b. 1958) Untitled (Photographics no 12)
      Apr. 13, 2021

      Ruud van Empel (b. 1958) Untitled (Photographics no 12)

      Est: €1,500 - €2,000

      signed, titled, dated and numbered 'Ruud van Empel 1996 Zonder titel (Photographics no 12) no 5/5' (on the reverse) executed in 1996, edition 5/5

      Haute Auctions
    • Robert Elfgen: Pferd
      Dec. 02, 2020

      Robert Elfgen: Pferd

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      ELFGEN, ROBERT 1972 Wesseling Title: Pferd. Date: 2008. Technique: Mixed media on medium density fibreboard. Measurement: 179,5 x 161,5cm. Frame/Pedestal: Studio bar. Provenance: - Private collection Germany Exhibitions: - Sprüth Magers, Cologne 2008. Estimated Estimated shipping costs for this lot: Arrangement after the auction.

      Van Ham Kunstauktionen
    • VAN EMPEL RUUD (° 1958) inkjet foto getiteld "Wolf…
      Sep. 27, 2020

      VAN EMPEL RUUD (° 1958) inkjet foto getiteld "Wolf…

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      VAN EMPEL RUUD (° 1958) inkjet foto getiteld "Wolf" dd 1993 - 42 x 78 Dit unieke werk is gemaakt in opdracht van Burny Bos. Op het hoogtepunt van het succes van hun "Ko de Boswachtershow" werd dit winterbosthema door Van Empel uitgevoerd in drie werken prov : vroegere collectie BrosBros , Amsterdam (aangekocht bij de kunstenaar in 1993) English Translation Ruud van Empel inkjet "Wolf" photograph dd 1993

      DVC
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL
      Jul. 09, 2020

      RUUD VAN EMPEL

      Est: €5,000 - €7,000

      Breda 1958 Moon #4, 2007 Cibachrome, 84 x 60 cm Firmato, datato e titolato sul retro Esemplare 5/13 Certificato di autenticità dell'artista Provenienza: Phillips Londra, 20 maggio 2010, lotto 42 Collezione privata, Roma

      Wannenes Art Auctions
    • VAN EMPEL RUUD (° 1958) (NL) zgn "archival pigment…
      Feb. 17, 2020

      VAN EMPEL RUUD (° 1958) (NL) zgn "archival pigment…

      Est: €700 - €1,000

      VAN EMPEL RUUD (° 1958) (NL) zgn "archival pigment print" n° 2/15 : "The Office #4" - 30 x 35 op verso getekend en gedateerd 1996 (op een galerie-etiket) prov : "Torch Gallery" - Amsterdam 20th Cent. Ruud van Empel archival pigment print (2/15) - signed and dated 1996

      DVC
    • Ruud van Empel in the office
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Ruud van Empel in the office

      Est: €800 - €1,200

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). The Office #4, 1996. Archival pigment print, signed and dated 'Ruud van Empel 1996' (on a gallery label on the backing), number 2 from the edition of 15, numbered '2' (on a gallery label on the backing); framed under passe-partout behind glass in the original frame by Krützmann, Amsterdam. Unexamined out of the frame, excellent condition.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Ruud van Empel's study of a woman
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Ruud van Empel's study of a woman

      Est: €500 - €700

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). Study for 24 women no 5, 2000. Inkjet print on watercolour paper, numbered in pencil '10/2' (lower right) and embossed with the artist's name (lower left), signed and dated in felt pen 'Ruud van Empel 2000' (on the backing); framed under passe-partout behind glass in the original frame (slightly scratched) with a printed artist's label on the backing. Unexamined out of the frame, slightly cockled and with the right edge slightly creased due to the wrong size of the passe-partout (image not affected), else apparently in very good condition.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Magical realism of a woman by Ruud van Empel
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Magical realism of a woman by Ruud van Empel

      Est: €700 - €1,000

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). Study for 24 women no 13, 2000. Inkjet print on watercolour paper, numbered in pencil '10/2' (lower right) and embossed with the artist's name (lower left), signed and dated in felt pen 'Ruud van Empel 2000' (on the backing); framed under passe-partout behind glass in the original frame (slightly scratched, passe-partout too small, lower left edge of the print is showing), with a printed artist's label on the backing. Unexamined out of the frame, apparently in very good condition. Book added: Han Steenbruggen (text). Ruud van Empel. Photo-Album #1. Photoseries 1996-2001. BIS Publishers, 2001.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Early and unique work by Ruud van Empel
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Early and unique work by Ruud van Empel

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). (Stag), 1993. Inkjet print, signed and dated in the print 'Ruud van Empel 1993' (lower right); framed under passe-partout behind glass. Unexamined out of the frame, apparently in good condition. Unique.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Unique print by Ruud van Empel
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Unique print by Ruud van Empel

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). (Barn owl), 1993. Inkjet print; framed under passe-partout behind glass (frame scratched). Unexamined out of the frame, apparently in good condition. Unique.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Lone wolf captured by Ruud van Empel
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Lone wolf captured by Ruud van Empel

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). (Arctic wolf), 1993. Inkjet print; framed under passe-partout behind glass. Unexamined out of the frame, small unobtrusive bulge upper centre, else apparently in good condition. Unique.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - Theatre #6, 2011
      May. 16, 2019

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Theatre #6, 2011

      Est: £20,000 - £30,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Theatre #6, 2011 ♠

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - Mood #4, 2014
      Apr. 04, 2019

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Mood #4, 2014

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Mood #4, 2014

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Identity # 1, 2014 signed, titled, dated and numbered ‘1/10’ in ink with printed copyright credit on affixed artist’s label (flush mount, verso); credited, titled, dated and numbered on affixed gallery and exhibition
      Apr. 02, 2019

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Identity # 1, 2014 signed, titled, dated and numbered ‘1/10’ in ink with printed copyright credit on affixed artist’s label (flush mount, verso); credited, titled, dated and numbered on affixed gallery and exhibition

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Identity # 1, 2014 archival pigment print, flush-mounted to board signed, titled, dated and numbered ‘1/10’ in ink with printed copyright credit on affixed artist’s label (flush mount, verso); credited, titled, dated and numbered on affixed gallery and exhibition labels (frame backing board) image/sheet/flush mount: 32 3/4 x 23 in. (83.2 x 58.4 cm.) This work is number one from an edition of ten.

      Christie's
    • Monumental masterpiece by Ruud van Empel
      Dec. 03, 2018

      Monumental masterpiece by Ruud van Empel

      Est: €30,000 - €50,000

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). Theatre 5, 2011. Cibachrome print flush-mounted on dibond, with trademark Diasec label on the reverse; with robust hanging frame (corners finished with billiard cloth). Mint condition.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - Moon #1, 2005
      Oct. 04, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Moon #1, 2005

      Est: $7,000 - $9,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Moon #1, 2005

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #37'
      Oct. 03, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #37'

      Est: $25,000 - $35,000

      archival pigment print, Diasec-mounted, signed, titled, dated, and editioned '12/13' in ink on the photographer's label on the reverse, 2017

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL | Wonder, 2010
      Sep. 27, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL | Wonder, 2010

      Est: £30,000 - £50,000

      Cibachrome print, face-mounted to Plexiglas and flush-mounted to aluminium. Signed, titled, dated and numbered 1/7 in black pen on the artist's label affixed to the back of the mount. 

      Sotheby's
    • One of ten copies only, a masterpiece by Ruud van Empel
      Jun. 11, 2018

      One of ten copies only, a masterpiece by Ruud van Empel

      Est: €10,000 - €15,000

      - EMPEL, Ruud van (Dutch 1958). Identity #3, 2014. Archival pigment print flush-mounted on dibond, titled, dated, inscribed with technique, dimensions, numbered '3/10' and signed 'Ruud van Empel' (on the photographer's label on the reverse of the mount); framed behind glass. Very good condition.

      Adams Amsterdam Auctions
    • Ruud VAN EMPEL Né en 1958 Moon # 7 - 2008 Tirage cibachrome
      Jun. 05, 2018

      Ruud VAN EMPEL Né en 1958 Moon # 7 - 2008 Tirage cibachrome

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      Ruud VAN EMPEL Né en 1958 Moon # 7 - 2008 Tirage cibachrome Signé, daté, titré et numéroté «1/10» au verso Edition de 10 exemplaires h: 84 w: 60 cm Provenance : Collection particulière, Paris Commentaire : Cibachrome print, signed, dated, titled and numbered on verso, edition of 10 33.07 x 23.62 in. Estimation 6 000 - 8 000 €

      Artcurial
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (B.1958) | 'Dawn #1', 2008
      May. 29, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B.1958) | 'Dawn #1', 2008

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      Cibachrome print, flush-mounted to aluminium and face mounted to Diasec. On the reverse, signed, titled, dated and numbered in black felt-tip pen on the artist label. Edition 5/13. (Tirage Cibachrome, contrecollé sur aluminium et monté sous Diasec. Au verso, signé, titré, daté et numéroté au feutre noir sur l'étiquette d'artiste. Edition 5/13.)

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (B.1958) | 'Untitled #3', 2004
      May. 29, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B.1958) | 'Untitled #3', 2004

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      Cibachrome print, flush-mounted to aluminium and face mounted to Diasec. On the reverse, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil. Edition 5/7. (Tirage Cibachrome, contrecollé sur aluminium et monté sous Diasec. Au verso, signé, titré, daté et numéroté au crayon. Edition 5/7.)

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (B.1958) | 'Dawn 2', 2008
      May. 29, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B.1958) | 'Dawn 2', 2008

      Est: €6,000 - €8,000

      Cibachrome print, flush-mounted to aluminium and face mounted to Diasec. On the reverse, signed, titled, dated and numbered in black felt-tip pen on the artist label. Edition 3/13. (Tirage Cibachrome, contrecollé sur aluminium et monté sous Diasec. Au verso, signé, titré, daté et numéroté au feutre noir sur l'étiquette d'artiste. Edition 3/13.)

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #6, 2005
      May. 18, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #6, 2005

      Est: £20,000 - £30,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #6, 2005

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World # 26'
      Apr. 10, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World # 26'

      Est: $60,000 - $90,000

      mural-sized Cibachrome print, Diasec-mounted, signed, titled, dated, and editioned '5/7' in ink on the photographer's label and a Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, label on the reverse, 2008

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #37, 2017
      Apr. 09, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #37, 2017

      Est: $25,000 - $35,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #37, 2017

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Sunday #4, 2012 archival pigment print signed, titled, dated
      Apr. 06, 2018

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Sunday #4, 2012 archival pigment print signed, titled, dated

      Est: $12,000 - $18,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Sunday #4, 2012 archival pigment print signed, titled, dated and numbered ‘1/7’ in ink with printed copyright credit on afixed artist’s label and credited, titled, dated and numbered on afixed gallery label (frame backing board) image/sheet: 28 x 20 in. (70 x 50 cm.) This work is number one from an edition of seven.

      Christie's
    • Ruud van Empel (Breda 1958)
      Dec. 11, 2017

      Ruud van Empel (Breda 1958)

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      World #24Signed, titled, dated 2006 and numbered 3/16 on artist's label on the reverseC-print, 42 x 30 cmProvenance:- Flatland Gallery, Utrecht (2007) (incl. invoice)- Private collection, The Netherlands

      AAG Auctioneers
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - Theatre #7, 2012
      Nov. 02, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Theatre #7, 2012

      Est: £30,000 - £50,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - Theatre #7, 2012

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #18', 2006
      May. 19, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #18', 2006

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      Cibachrome print, dibonded to Plexiglas. Signed, titled, dated and numbered 10/13 in black pen in the photographer's studio label and with a gallery label bearing information about the work in facsimile affixed to the back of the frame.

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #4', 2005
      May. 19, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #4', 2005

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      Cibachrome print, dibonded to Plexiglas. Signed in pencil on an artist's label and with a gallery label bearing information about the work in facsimile affixed to the back of the frame. Edition 9/12.

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #3', 2005
      May. 19, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL | 'World #3', 2005

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      Cibachrome print, dibonded to Plexiglas. Signed in pencil on an artist's label and with a gallery label bearing information about the work in facsimile affixed to the back of the frame. Edition 8/12.

      Sotheby's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Dawn #4, 2008 Cibachrome print, face-mounted to ac
      May. 18, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Dawn #4, 2008 Cibachrome print, face-mounted to ac

      Est: £5,000 - £7,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL (B. 1958) Dawn #4, 2008 Cibachrome print, face-mounted to acrylic, fush-mounted on aluminium signed, titled, dated and numbered '1/13' in ink on photographer's copyright credit label (fush mount, verso) image/sheet/face and fush mount: 33 x 23 3/8 in. (83.8 x 59.3 cm.) This work is number one from an edition of thirteen.

      Christie's
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #11, 2005
      May. 18, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #11, 2005

      Est: £15,000 - £20,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #11, 2005

      Phillips
    • RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #23, 2006
      May. 18, 2017

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #23, 2006

      Est: £15,000 - £20,000

      RUUD VAN EMPEL - World #23, 2006

      Phillips
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