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Johann (1827) Till (1827 - 1894)

Lot 3116: Till, Johann d. J. - (Wien 1827-1894 ebda.),

Zisska & Lacher

June 3, 2022
Munich, Germany

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Description

Die Weinprobe. Öl auf Leinwand. Sign., nicht dat. (um 1870). 24 x 32 cm. - Im vg. Rahmen (mit Ausbrüchen). - Till erhielt seine erste Ausbildung bei seinem Vater Johann d. Ä. (1800-1889), ehe er sein Studium an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien aufnahm. Hier wurde er vor allem durch seinen Lehrer Leopold Kupelwieser (1796-1862) beeinflußt. Reisen führten Till nach Italien, Frankreich und Deutschland, hier insbesondere Düsseldorf. Neben der Darstellung von Nutztieren schuf er vor allem Genreszenen und Historienbilder. - Unser Gemälde zeigt eine im historisierenden Stil gehaltene Genreszene. Zwei junge Männer und eine junge Frau, die sich zu einer fröhlichen Weinrunde an einem Tisch zusammengefunden haben, sind gerade im Moment während eines Trinkspruchs dargestellt. Der eng gewählte Bildausschnitt versetzt den Betrachter gleichsam an den Tisch der munteren Gesellschaft.

Condition Report

- Mit leicht gelblichem, dickem Firnis. - Verso ist auf der Leinwand ein maschinenschriftliches Blatt mit kurzer Künstlerbiographie aufgebracht. - The Wine Tasting. - Oil on canvas. Signed, undated (around 1870). - Slightly yellowish and thick varnish. - Gilt frame (some chips). - premium 28% on hammer price (VAT included).

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Shipping instructions shall be given in writing. Shipping, if required,
will be effected at the sole expense and risk of the Buyer.
Prints will be shipped unmatted and unframed, unless specifically
requested by the Buyer immediately after purchasing.

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a premium of 20 % is levied on the hammer price, plus statutory
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who are entitled to deduct VAT on lots offered in the catalogue
may request that standard taxation is applied to their
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Union) countries are exempted from VAT if purchases are dispatched
by the auction house to their registered address or if official
proof of export is received by the Auctioneer within a period
of four weeks. Dealers whose businesses are registered in the EU
are exempted from VAT provided that they quote their verifiable
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arising from the method of payment chosen by them. Payments
by Buyers who have submitted absentee bids or who have bid by
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13. In default of payment, the Auctioneer will charge interest on the
outstanding amount at the rate of 1% per month or part month.
Furthermore, if the Buyer defaults in payment, the Auctioneer
may, at his discretion, insist on performance of the contract or, if
the Buyer has not paid by the date set, claim damages for nonperformance;
in the latter case, the Auctioneer may claim the
damages by putting the lot or lots up again for auction and charging
the defaulting Buyer with the difference between the price
bid by him/her and the price realized on the resale, if this is
lower, plus the cost of the resale, including the Auctioneer's costs.
14. Buyers shall take charge of their lots immediately after the auction.
Shipping instructions shall be given in writing. Shipping, if required,
will be effected at the sole expense and risk of the Buyer.
Prints will be shipped unmatted and unframed, unless specifically
requested by the Buyer immediately after purchasing.
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ZISSKA & LACHER Buch- und Kunstauktionshaus GmbH & Co. KG

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9. A buyer's premium of 28 % including statutory VAT is levied on
the hammer price (margin scheme), without separate indication
of the VAT amount. Where estimates of lots are preceded by *R,
a premium of 20 % is levied on the hammer price, plus statutory
VAT on the sum of the hammer price and the buyer's premium at
the lower rate of 7 %. Where estimates are marked ** the statutory
VAT is at the current rate of 19 %. Dealers tax-resident in Germany
who are entitled to deduct VAT on lots offered in the catalogue
may request that standard taxation is applied to their
auction purchases. Buyers resident in third (i.e. non-European
Union) countries are exempted from VAT if purchases are dispatched
by the auction house to their registered address or if official
proof of export is received by the Auctioneer within a period
of four weeks. Dealers whose businesses are registered in the EU
are exempted from VAT provided that they quote their verifiable
VAT Registration Number (BTW, IVA; TVA) when submitting
absentee or online bids, or when registering to bid. Payments in
foreign currency will be converted at the rate of exchange prevailing
on the day of payment. Costs of shipping, packing, insurance
and bank charges are at the Buyer's expense.
10. Buyers of original works of art and photographies will be charged
with 2 % of the hammer price as a contribution to federal resale
rights taxes (§26 UrHG).
11. Buyers pay the fees for hammer prices generated via internet
(Invaluable 3% at present).

Payment

12. Immediately upon purchase the Buyer shall pay the final price in
cash or by authorized bank cheque. Buyers bear all expenses
arising from the method of payment chosen by them. Payments
by Buyers who have submitted absentee bids or who have bid by
telephone shall be due within 14 days of the date of the invoice.
13. In default of payment, the Auctioneer will charge interest on the
outstanding amount at the rate of 1% per month or part month.
Furthermore, if the Buyer defaults in payment, the Auctioneer
may, at his discretion, insist on performance of the contract or, if
the Buyer has not paid by the date set, claim damages for nonperformance;
in the latter case, the Auctioneer may claim the
damages by putting the lot or lots up again for auction and charging
the defaulting Buyer with the difference between the price
bid by him/her and the price realized on the resale, if this is
lower, plus the cost of the resale, including the Auctioneer's costs.

Shipping Terms

14. Buyers shall take charge of their lots immediately after the auction.
Shipping instructions shall be given in writing. Shipping, if required,
will be effected at the sole expense and risk of the Buyer.
Prints will be shipped unmatted and unframed, unless specifically
requested by the Buyer immediately after purchasing.

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