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East German Photographers
Selection of photographs by various East German...

Los 4149

Selection of images by various East German photographers. 1960s - 1970s. 22 vintage (most ferrotyped) gelatin silver prints. Various sizes between 33 x 45 cm and 47 x 58 cm. Most prints either signed by the photographer and/or with photographer's stamp and with typed exhibtion label affixed to the verso.

An interesting collection of fine prints by East German photographers such as: Ernst-Ludwig Bach (3), Erwin Döring, Renate Frischmuth, Detlef Hanßen, Eberhard Klöppel (4), Sieghard Liebe, Frank Schenke, Gotthard Schneider, Hermann Schütz, Walter Streit, Manfred Uhlenhut (5) and Günter Wilms. Includes a wide range of subjects such as landscapes, portraits, nudes and abstract studies and many large-format prints. The prints were shown at an exhibition of East German photography at the Goethe Institute in France. – Some prints with edge wear and crease marks, side edges strongly curled, some corners with loss, otherwise most prints in good to very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 2.500   (US$ 2.925)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 2.000   (US$ 2.340)


Erwitt, Elliott
Des Moines, Iowa

Los 4153

Des Moines, Iowa. 1955. Ferrotyped gelatin silver press print. 35,5 x 28,3 cm. Photographer's/copyright stamp, number stamp and annotated in pencil on the verso.

Stronger handling creases in lower portion, one small retouched spot, some soiling in margins, corners bumped.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.053)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 600   (US$ 702)


Fashion Photography
Selected ski fashion images

Los 4158

[*] Photographer: Yva and Becker & Maass. Selected ski fashion images. 1930s. 7 vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver prints. Each circa 23 x 18 cm. Each with either Schostal agency label and annotated in pencil, 1 with Becker & Maass stamp and 2 with Yva's Berlin-Charl. 2, Bleibtreustr. 17 stamp on the verso.

An elegant collection of modern ski fashion of the time. Two of the photos by Becker & Maass are photo montages in which a photograph of the model was placed onto another photo of background winter scenery. – All with some handling marks, some creases, bumped corners, slight buckling, otherwise in good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 750   (US$ 877)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 500   (US$ 585)


Fechner, Wilhelm
Portrait of a young girl

Los 4160

Portrait of a young girl. 1904. Vintage gelatin silver print. 42,5 x 30 cm. Signed, dated and annnotated by the photographer in pencil in lower right corner, mounted to board and framed under glass in original wooden frame with original studio card mounted to verso.

Wilhelm Fechner was a German painter who later also specialized in portrait photography. He had a a studio in Berlin where he photographed many of the leading cultural figures of the day. Unusually large and well-preserved children's portrait with a fine composition. – In very good condition (not examined outside frame).

Schätzpreis
€ 750   (US$ 877)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 500   (US$ 585)


Film Photography
Gloria Swanson in "What a Widow!" and MGM publi...

Los 4162

Photographer: Russell Ball and Clarence Sinclair Bull. Gloria Swanson in the film "What a Widow!" and 2 MGM publicity stills. 1930, 1934. 3 vintage gelatin silver prints, 1 sepia-toned. Each circa 34 x 26 cm. Each with photographer's/copyright agency stamp, typed text describing dress and annotated in pencil on the verso.

The earlier image shows the silent movie star Gloria Swanson (1899 - 1983) in one of her early "talkies" "What a Widow!". The text on the verso states: "First use of neon light as a decorative feature in connection with furniture". The other two are MGM publicity stills from 1934. – Bumped corners and edges, stronger creases in upper and lower left/right corners, otherwise in good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 500   (US$ 585)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 300   (US$ 351)


Film Photography
Publicity shots of Hildegard Knef for "Die Sünd...

Los 4163

Photographer: Foto Wesel. Publicity shots of Hildegard Knef for the film "Die Sünderin". 1951. 3 vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver prints on Agfa-Brovira paper. 24,3 x 18 cm. Each with film distribution stamp and copyright/reproduction stamp on the verso.

A few light handling marks, some retouched spots, otherwise in very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 600   (US$ 702)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Finsler, Hans
Four porcelain bowls, KPM

Los 4164

Four porcelain bowls, KPM. 1930-31. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on ivory paper. 17,7 x 24,1 cm. Stamp of Hans Finsler's student Heinrich Koch Halle/S. estate on the verso.

Hans Finsler was born in Heilbronn. He later studied architecture in Stuttgart and Munich and art history in Munich, Berlin and Halle. In 1922 he took a teaching post at the Burg Giebichenstein Kunstgewerbeschule, near Halle, where he ran an influential photography class. Among his students was Heinrich Koch whose estate this print is from. He returned to Zurich in 1932. In 1929 he took part in the Film und Foto exhibition in Stuttgart, showing 37 of his photographs. This is one of the few existing prints by Hans Finsler made for KPM Berlin. A print annotated by Finsler and with his stamp is in the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg collection. – Minimal oxidation mirroring in upper edges of image, a few minimal handling marks, small crease in right edge, otherwise a fine tonal print in near excellent condition.


Provenance: From the estate of Heinrich Koch.

Lit.: Klaus E. Göltz et al. (eds.). Hans Finsler. Neue Wege der Photographie. Leipzig 1991, cat. no. 366, ill. p. 248.

Schätzpreis
€ 750   (US$ 877)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 500   (US$ 585)


Frajndlich, Abe
Charles Bukowski, San Pedro, California

Los 4168

"Charles Bukowski, San Pedro, California". 1985/printed later. Gelatin silver print. 23,6 x 23,5 cm (35,3 x 27,7 cm). Signed, titled, dated and copyrighted by the photographer in felt-tip pen on the verso.

A fine tonal print in excellent condition.

Lit.: Abe Frajndlich. Portraits. Munich 2000, ill. p. 30 (color).

Schätzpreis
€ 1.200   (US$ 1.404)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.053)


Frajndlich, Abe
Nude, Frankfurt, 8 March, 2003

Los 4169

"Nude, Frankfurt, 8 March, 2003". Gelatin silver print. 12,5 x 15 cm (35,5 x 27,7 cm). Signed, titled, dated and copyrighted by the photographer in felt-tip pen on the verso.

A fine tonal print in excellent condition.

Lit.: Illustrated in the unpublished book: Abe Frajndlich. Lust Redux. New York 2009.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.053)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 750   (US$ 877)


Friedlander, Lee
Robert Pete Williams

Los 4171

Robert Pete Williams. 1970s/printed 1983. Dye transfer print. 36,8 x 24,5 cm (41,8 x 34,3 cm). Annotated in pencil on the verso.

This image was part of the Jazz & Blues Portfolio published in 1983 which contained seven dye transfer prints and included twenty-five sets. – In excellent condition.

Lit.: Lee Friedlander. American Musicians: Photographs by Lee Friedlander. New York 1998.

Schätzpreis
€ 750   (US$ 877)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 500   (US$ 585)



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