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Auction Preview: Modern and Contemporary Art and Photography at Jeschke Van Vliet Auctions Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Nov 16

What: Modern and Contemporary Art and Photography

Where: Jeschke Van Vliet Auctions Berlin GmbH; Lehrter Strasse 57, House 1, Berlin, 10557, Germany

When: November 16; 02.00 pm GMT

Top lots of the sale:

– Pop Art: Roy Lichtenstein. Brushstroke. 1965. Color serigraph in blue, yellow and black on heavy white vellum. 56.4 x 72.3 cm (58.4 x 73.6 cm). Signed and numbered. – Verso selectively mounted on a base, released in passe-partout and framed in high quality under glass. The paper partly slightly wavy and slightly browned. Estimate: € 24,000 – € 28,000 ($ 27,091 – $ 31,606)

– Pop Art: Roy Lichtenstein. Brushstrokes. 1967. Color serigraph in yellow, red, blue and black on white vellum. 55.6 x 76.3 cm (58 x 78 cm). Signed and numbered. – Verso selectively mounted on a base, released in passe-partout and framed in high quality under glass. Cropped along the edges. The paper partly slightly wavy. The black color in the top right corner printed a little bit weaker. Apart from that, stronger, freshly colored print. Estimate: € 24,000 – € 28,000 ($ 27,091 – $ 31,606)

– Sculptures and Objects: Markus Lupertz. Pegasus. 2010. Bronze, solid, dark patinated and with polychrome overpainting by hand. Dimensions approx. 32 x 30 x 15 cm. In the plinth with the monogrammed stamp of the artist, the foundry stamp Schmake Dusseldorf and as “EA”. Estimate: € 12,000 – € 15,000 ($ 13,545 – $ 16,932)

Hermann Albert: Winner. (1972). Oil on canvas. 190 x 155 cm. – Framed. Oil on canvas. – Framed. Estimate: € 10,000 – € 12,000 ($ 11,288 – $ 13,545)

– Pop art: Andy Warhol: Marilyn Invitation. 1981. Color offset lithograph on cardboard after the serigraph of 1964. Approx. 30 x 30 cm (30 x 30 cm). Signed by Andy Warhol. Typographically printed in the lower margin “Andy Warhol Castelli Graphics”. Verso with exhibition announcement. – framed (unopened). Estimate: € 9,500 – € 11,000 ($ 10,723 – $ 12,416)

Julian Schnabel: Malfi I, II, III. 1997. Triptych. 3 unique pieces. Color serigraphs on cardboard, each manually reworked with monotype and casting resin. Each 124 x 99 cm. Each signed, dated and inscribed “monoprint”. – Mounted at the top corners on the underside and framed under glass. Estimate: € 9,000 – € 10,000 ($ 10,159 – $ 11,288)

Joseph Beuys: Room: 90000 DM. Unikat. Photo-documentation for the installation of 1980/81. Collage consisting of four silver gelatine prints and a signature sheet. Each fully mounted on wooden panels, these mounted on hardboard. 49 x 59 cm. Signed and inscribed “90000 DM”. The plates each stamped. – Framed under glass. Estimate: € 7,500 – € 10,000 ($ 8,466 – $ 11,288)

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