This auction will take place on Tuesday, March 26, 2019
from 7pm CET
Saturday 23, Sunday 24 and Monday 25, March 2019 from 11am to 5pm CET
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Location Preview Days and Auction
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ABA will again auction special objects and items from private collections.
To be auctioned:
The collection of the heirs De Laat, a well-known art collector from Amsterdam. The collection of the Boezewinkel heirs that mainly consists of the legacy of the artist Peter (BOEZ) Boezewinkel
, a Zero movement
artist, who made many works in this special style.
Furthermore we also auction Japanese and European prints, art related posters and some rare art catalogs. And many other special objects and objects from private collections. A collection of Japanese color woodblock prints from the 18th and 19th centuries including work by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka, Haranobu, Hirasoda, Ckokaro Yoshiiku
and Asian Art in general.
5501-5800 Graphic Art & Prints
A very extensive private collection of graphic art, including work by: Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, Rik van Iersel, Yasse Tabuchi, Giuliano Bugiardini, Kees Verkade, Ernst FÃ¼chs, Eva Ziolkowski,Theodor Verhas, Nan Goldin, Gerti Bierenbroodspot, Dick Zwier, Ludwig Meidner, Aat Veldhoen, Corneille, Aad de Haas, Marlies Verda, Dolf Breetvelt, Jan Sluijters Jr., Jean Arp, Jacobus van Looy, Ferdinand Joseph (Ferry) Slebe, Herman Brood, Siep van der Berg, Ada Breedveld, Peter Struycken, Klinger, Antoon Heymans, Allen Jones, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Antonio Zanetti, Kees Maks, RenÃ© Magritte, Eduardo Chillida, Fon Klement, Man Ray, Joseph Beuys, Sigmar Polke, Christian Boltanski, Niki de Saint Phalle, Edward Kienholz, Johan Tahon, Yves Malfliet, James Rosenquist, Heinz Mack, Claes Oldenburg, Mel Ramos, Marc Chagall, Theo Wolvecamp, Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Steinlen, J.W. Heyting, Wijnberg, Anneke Schat, Hendrik van der Horst, Kees van Dongen, Kees Verwij, Hubert Robert, Albrecht Altdorfer, Klaas Gubbels, Ernst Kirchner, Oskar Kokoschka, H. Widayat, Henri Matisse, Jaap Stellart, Ivo Hauptman, Marius Bauer, John Raedecker, Salvator Rosa, Jan Sluijters Sr.
and Jacques Callot.
An interesting collection of art-related (vintage) posters with work by, among others: Walasse Ting, Roy Lichtenstein, ManÃ© Katz, Marc Lagrange, Gilbert & George, Andy Warhol, Shepard Fairy, Gomer, Lucien de Roeck, Firmin Etienne Bouisset, Bernard Cathelin, Rebeyrolle, Marcel Gromaire, Keith Haring, Claes Oldenburg, David Baily, Jerzy Czemiawsky, Gielijn Escher, David Hockney, Wydawka, Wasilewsky, Peter Boezewinkel
6501-7000 Nul-Beweging â€“ ZERO Movement Artists
The Dutch Nul-beweging (â€˜The Zero Periodâ€™)
was formed in 1960 by Jan Schoonhoven, Armando, Jan Henderikse, Herman de Vries and Henk Peeters
. The group existed until 1965. This period is indicated by â€™De Nul-Periodeâ€™ (â€˜The Zero periodâ€™).
The works of NUL are pre-eminently â€˜anti-painterlyâ€™.Traditional materials such as paint and stone were replaced by mostly industrial materials. In general it can be said that the work of NUL is characterized by monochromy, repetition, seriality and the directness of the material.
Zero can be seen as a reaction to informal painting from the fifties (of which characteristics are that no plan is used in advance and no ideal of beauty is pursued.)
NUL originated in the international context of ZERO
in Germany (Otto Piene, Heinz Mack, GÃ¼nther Uecker), Azimuth
in Italy (Piero Manzoni, Enrico Castellani, Augustino Bonalumi )
and nouveau realism
in France (including Yves Klein, Daniel Spoerri, Arman and Jean Tinguely).
The Boezewinkel heirs have offered his collection for auction.
The artist Peter (BOEZ) Boezewinkel,
who exhibited in 1964 together with others from the Nul group, remained loyal to the principles and style of the group and kept on creating and exhibiting typical Zero movement works after a career in the design world until he died in 2011.
Within this category several works by, among others, Jan Schoonhoven, Carel Nicolaas Visser, J. Schoonhoven jr., Peter Boezewinkel, Otto Piene, Heinz Mack, Henk Peeters
and of course Peter Boezewinkel.
In short: An eclectic and attractive auction!
Ergebnisse dieser Auktion
3501-4000 Japanische Holzschnitte 
5501-5800 Bildende Kunst, Graphik und Plakate 
6001-6200 Plakate 
6501-7000 ZERO Movement Artists 
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