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Catalogue 19th - 21st Century Photography » Photography Department
19th - 21st Century Photography Catalogue Price EURO 20,00
Auction Date Wed, June 10, 15:00 CET


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Sander, August
Nerother Wandervögel in der alten Mühle zu Zons

Lot 4321

"Nerother Wandervögel in der alten Mühle zu Zons". 1928/printed later from the original negative by Gunther Sander. Gelatin silver print on Agfa paper. 18 x 25,5 cm (23,8 x 30,3 cm). Annotated in pencil on the verso.

This image belongs to August Sander's project "Menschen des 20. Jahrhunderts" (People of the 20th Century), group VI, "Die Großstadt: Jugend der Großstadt" (The City: Youth of the City). This image is rare and shows the full plate negative format. – Edges slightly curled, corners minimally bumped, two handling creases in upper area, crease in lower edge, otherwise in good condition.

Lit.: Susanne Lange/Gabriele Conrath-Scholl (eds.). August Sander. Menschen des 20. Jahrhunderts (study volume). Munich 2001, ill. p. 166 (cropped).

Estimate
€ 900   (US$ 990)


Sander, August
Portrait of the artist Robert Seuffert and his ...

Lot 4322

Portrait of the artist Robert Seuffert (1874-1946) and his family in his studio, Cologne. 1927. Vintage gelatin silver print on doubleweight paper. 17 x 22,7 cm. Photographer's blindstamp in lower right, mounted to original board (slightly soiled/time-stained) with Sander's Cöln-Lindenthal, Dürenerstr. 201 studio label in lower left of mount.

Signed, dedicated and dated (1929) by Robert Seuffert below the image on the mount as well as annotated "Sakramentsaltar in Herz Jesu zu Köln. Geweiht am 9. Januar 1927". – Minimal oxidation mirroring in edges, otherwise in very good condition.

Estimate
€ 750   (US$ 825)


Schad, Christian
Zehn Studien zu Aloysius Bertrand

Lot 4323

"Zehn Studien zu Aloysius Bertrand. Die separate Suite der Schadographien zu Gaspard de la nuit" portfolio. 1977/78. 10 gelatin silver prints. Photos circa 32 x 23,4 cm (59 x 42 cm). Mounted to archival board, signed, dated and editioned 12/20 by the photographer in pencil below the images and red edition stamp in lower left on the mounts, in original canvas clamshell box with collophon editioned 12/20 in ink.

1 of 20 numbered copies + 5 e.a. The images include Schadographie Nr. 149, 151, 152, 154, 157, 159, 167, 168, 169 and 171. – In excellent condition.

Lit.: Marie-Luise Richter (ed.). Christian Schad- Druckgraphiken und Schadographien 1913-1981. 1997, ill. pp 157-167.
Helen Adkins/Ines Otschik. Werkverzeichnis Band III: Schadographien. Cologne 2019, pp. 328-329.

Estimate
€ 2.000   (US$ 2.200)


Schink, Hans-Christian
Bärwalde

Lot 4324

"Bärwalde". 1997. Chromogenic print on Kodak Endura paper. 36 x 45 cm (42 x 50 cm). Signed, titled, dated, editioned 7/15 by the photographer in ink on the verso.

Some light handling marks, otherwise in very good condition.

Estimate
€ 900   (US$ 990)


Schmidt, Michael
Berlin

Lot 4325

Berlin. 1977/printed 1980s. Gelatin silver print on Agfa paper. 20 x 27,4 cm (24 x 30,2 cm). Signed, titled and dated by the photographer in pencil and photographer's/copyright stamp on the verso.

The German photographer Michael Schmidt began taking pictures at age 20. He is a representative of the socio-documentary photography in Germany and his work is marked by a sober and reality-based style. In 1976 he founded the "Werkstatt für Photographie" in Kreuzberg, Berlin. Known best for his Berlin series, which shows the city empty and in a transitory state, Schmidt is considered one of the major German photographers of the "New Topographic Movement" and he worked up until his untimely death in 2014. – A fine tonal print in near excellent condition.

Estimate
€ 1.500   (US$ 1.650)


Schmidt, Michael
Berlin

Lot 4326

Berlin. 1982. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 16 x 19,7 cm (18,2 x 23,8 cm). Titled, dated and photographer's/copyright stamp on the verso.

A few liquid spots on ferrotype surface, a few light handling marks, otherwise in good condition.

Estimate
€ 750   (US$ 825)


Schneiders, Toni
Wheat spike on wood

Lot 4327

Wheat spike on wood. 1959/printed 1980s. Ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 25 x 34,5 cm. Signed, titled, dated and dedicated by the photographer in pencil and photographer's stamp on the verso.

A few surface scratches, some surface pitting, traces of previous mounting on the verso, otherwise a strong print in very good condition.

Lit.: Landesmuseum Koblenz (ed.) Toni Schneiders. Fotografie. Ostfildern 2006, ill. p. 51 (reversed image).

Estimate
€ 1.200   (US$ 1.320)


Schneiders, Toni
Wartende Frau

Lot 4328

"Wartende Frau" (Woman Waiting). 1951/printed 1980s. Ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 32 x 30 cm. Signed, titled, dated and dedicated by the photographer in pencil and photographer's stamp on the verso.

Corners slightly bumped, a few light scuff marks, small tear in upper left corner, traces of previous mounting on the verso, otherwise a strong print in very good condition.

Lit.: Landesmuseum Koblenz (ed.) Toni Schneiders. Fotografie. Ostfildern 2006, ill. p. 51 (reversed image).

Estimate
€ 1.500   (US$ 1.650)


Schmölz + Huth
Industrial image

Lot 4329

Industrial image. 1960s. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 35,5 x 27 cm. Flush-mounted to board, photographer's Schmölz + Huth, 5 köln-marienburg, am südpark 45 stamp on mount verso.

A fine tonal print in very good condition.

Estimate
€ 600   (US$ 660)


Shamir, Marli
Mount Sinai

Lot 4330

Mount Sinai. 1950s. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print. 23,8 x 17,8 cm. Photographer's stamp and number in pencil on the verso.

Born in Berlin in 1919, Marli Shamir studied at the art school Contempora Lehrateliers affiliated with the Bauhaus. She emigrated to Palestine via Sweden in 1937 and arrived in Palestine in October 1938. In 1945 she opened her own photographic studio in Jerusalem where she had great success portraying children. One of the main topics of her photography is the land and the abstractions made by light and shadow. In 1951 she received the first prize for landscape photography from Bezalel University. In 1953 she married the diplomat Meir Ahmir and travelled extensively. She has had solo exhibitions at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem and the Grand Palais, Paris as well as group exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou, Paris and the British Museum, London. She lives and still photographs in Jerusalem. – Slight edge wear, corners bumped, a few small retouched spots, a few minimal surface scuffs, otherwise in good condition.

Lit.: Klaus Honnef/Frank Weyers. Und sie haben Deutschland verlassen... müssen. Fotografen und ihre Bilder 1928-1997, Bonn 1997, see pp. 448 - 451.

Estimate
€ 300   (US$ 330)



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