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Mussolini, Benito
Images of the death of Benito Mussolini

Los 4245

Images of the death of Benito Mussolini, April 28, 1945. 5 vintage gelatin silver prints (4 photo postcards). Each circa 14 x 10 cm.

After Mussolini had refused to surrender unconditionally, he took the state treasure gold and together with several fascist officials fled to Switzerland. Mussolini and his entourage, including his lover Clara Petacci, were arrested and shot by Communist partisans in Dongo near Lake Como, April 27, 1945. Shortly after the bodies were brought to Milan where they were hung by their feet at Piazzale Loreto. – One with slight traces of use, otherwise in very good condition. With: Press print of Adolf Hitler and Mussolini in Berlin. 1940s. Vintage gelatin silver print.19 x 22 cm. - A few crease marks, otherwise in good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 300   (US$ 351)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 200   (US$ 234)


Nelly
Greek farm women in costume getting water at th...

Los 4248

Greek farm women in costume getting water at the well. 1930s. Vintage gelatin silver print. Circa 28 x 29 cm. Signed by the photographer in lower right corner; mounted in mat and framed under glass.

The Greek photographer Elli Souyoultzoglou, who worked under the name of Nelly, learned her trade in Dresden under Hugo Erfurth and Franz Fiedler. She returned to Athens in 1924 and in 1925 she began taking photos of Greek refugees from Asia Minor. She exhibited oil pigment prints of this series in her studio in 1926 under the title "The Sorrows of the Refugees". Vintage prints by Nelly are rare on the art market today. – Light discoloration spot in upper right, a few small spots in sky area, otherwise in very good condition.

Lit.: Matthias Harder. Nelly. Dresden, Athens, New York. Munich 2001.

Schätzpreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 300   (US$ 351)


Nelly
Selected Greek images: Cloisters (2), Greek far...

Los 4249

Selected Greek images: Cloisters (2), Greek farmers and excavation site. 1930s. 4 vintage toned gelatin silver prints. Various sizes circa 17 x 23 cm and 28 x 39 cm. 2 mounted and signed by the photographer on the mount; 2 signed by the photographer in pencil in lower right corner; 3 with additional blindstamp in lower left corner; each with photographer's Athens studio stamp on the verso.

The most interesting image in this group is an attractive view of the Greek Agía Lávra cloister founded in 961 A.D. on Mount Gelmos. The cloister played a central role during the Greek War of Independence in 1821. – Fine tonal prints in very good condition.

Lit.: Matthias Harder. Nelly. Dresden, Athens, New York. Munich 2001.

Schätzpreis
€ 600   (US$ 702)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Nelly
Gloria Vanderbilt (?) in oriental costume

Los 4250

Gloria Vanderbilt (?) in oriental costume. 1940s. Vintage gelatin silver print. Circa 34 x 26 cm. Signed by the photographer in white ink in lower right, mounted in mat and framed behind glass.

Light fold mark in mid lower portion, some retouching in upper left, otherwise in near excellent condition.

Lit.: Matthias Harder. Nelly. Dresden, Athens, New York. Munich 2001.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.053)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 600   (US$ 702)


Nürnberger Juristenprozeß
Collection of images of Nuremberg Judges' Trial

Los 4252

Collection of images of the Nürnberger Juristenprozeß (Judges' Trial). 1947. 34 vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver prints. Each circa 20,5 x 25,5 cm. Each image with separate typrewritten press text label in English.

These images show the justice trial The United States of America vs. Josef Altstötter, et al. Sixteen higher justice officers and judges of the NS regime were charged. Nine had been officials of the Reich Ministry of Justice, the others were prosecutors and judges of the Special Courts and People's Courts of Nazi Germany. The images show: Josef Altstötter, Curt Rothenberger, Friedrich Flick, Günther Joel and others. The labels indicate that these men were guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Other images show the American judges Daniel T. O' Connell, Lee B. Wyatt, Johnson T. Crawford and many other judges and defenders. One image shows members of the international press, another shows a justice scene of the American prosecution case VIII, the Race and Settlement Office Case (SS-Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt) involving the fifteen year old witness Maria Dolezalova, who was kidnapped by the SS after the massacre of Lidice. This group also includes two rare interior images showing a cell of one of the accused. These Judges' Trials were the basis for the film Judgment at Nuremberg (1961). The photographs are from the collection of an official who worked at the American photo plant which was installed in one of the buildings of the Schwabing hospital, Munich. – Some pressure marks from paper clips, some lightly buckled, light handling marks, otherwise in good condition. With: Small group of images showing war crimes and concentration camp victims and mass graves. 1945. 10 vintage gelatin silver prints (some copy prints). Each ca 10 x 14 cm.

Schätzpreis
€ 600   (US$ 702)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Nureyev, Rudolf
Images of Rudolf Nureyev in Israel

Los 4253

Images of Rudolf Nureyev in Israel. 1960s. 3 vintage chromogenic prints and 2 ferrotyped gelatin silver prints. Most circa 18 x 13 cm.

Corners bumped/with creases, some spots, otherwise in good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 300   (US$ 351)


Ozersky, Mikhail
Sergei Eisenstein with colleagues

Los 4254

The Russian film director Sergei Eisenstein with colleagues. 1929. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 13,7 x 23,2 cm. Signed by the photographer in ink and annotated in pencil on the verso.

Mikhail Ozersky, member of the USSR Union of Journalists (1959), was a photojournalist for the magazine Ogonyok (1929) and later for TASS. During WWII he worked for the newspaper Pravda. He created a series of reportage portraits of scientists, writers, and artists such as Vladimir Mayakovsky, Alexei Tolstoy, Tsiolkovsky, Paul Bazhov, Nikolay Okhlopkov, Dmitry Shostakovitch, Marina Semenova and others. – Stronger diagonal crease in mid portion, several creases in corners, especially upper right.

Schätzpreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 300   (US$ 351)


Precek, Ivo
Kolejiste (Center track)

Los 4257

"Kolejiste" (Center track).1959. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on strong paper. 30,5 x 24 cm. Signed, dated and titled by the photographer as well as photographer's stamp on the verso.

A major Czech photographer of the second half of the 20th century, Ivo Precek was a member of DOFO (1959 - 1975), the now legendary group of photographers from the Olomouc region. DOFO's main aim, focusing on abstract and absurd photography, was in line with the Czech artistic stream of the 1960s, and Precek fit in by pursuing experimental techniques, including the photogram and photomontage. He also made three-dimensional objects and assemblages, and, in the 1970s and 80s, returned to unmanipulated photography. – Some creases in right edge, corners slightly bumped, a few handling marks and irregularities in ferrotype surface, otherwise in good condition.

Lit.: Anton Dufek (ed.). Ivo Precek. Prague 2006, illustrated.

Schätzpreis
€ 400   (US$ 468)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 300   (US$ 351)


Redkin, Mark
Berlin, May 1945, Victory!

Los 4258

"Berlin, May 1945, Victory!". Printed 1970s. Gelatin silver print. 29,5 x 36 cm. Signed, titled and dated by the photographer in pencil on the verso.

Mark Redkin worked for the Kommunist (1928-1932) and later for the TASS. During World War II he was a correspondent for Krasnaia Zvezda and covered many important events, from Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939 to the fall of Berlin and surrender of Japan in 1945. Later he worked for Planeta publishing house.

– Cropped slightly uneven in upper edge, otherwise in excellent condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 900   (US$ 1.053)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 600   (US$ 702)


Rheims, Bettina
The Book of Olga

Los 4262

The Book of Olga. 154 pp with over 100 illustrations after photographs in duotone and color. Text in English, German and French. Elephant folio. 44,4 x 29,8 cm. Original red silk cloth over boards with white pressed title (slightly rubbed), in red silk cloth-covered clamshell box with gold-pressed title (54,7 x 35,7 cm). Cologne, Benedikt Taschen, 2008.

From the deluxe edition of 1000 numbered copies + 200 artist's proofs, this copy numbered 039/200 and signed by Bettina Rheims in black marker. First limited edition. A Russian millionaire commissioned Bettina Rheims to photograph his beautiful wife Olga in erotic poses. The outcome was this book which developed into a collaboration that both Rheims and Olga greatly enjoyed. – A few pages with light finger marks, last fold-out page with fold in edge of right folding page, otherwise in very good condition.

Schätzpreis
€ 1.000   (US$ 1.170)


Nachverkaufspreis
€ 800   (US$ 936)



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