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(Raffaello Sanzio), Raphael

Adam, Victor

Adam, Siegfried

Adler, Karl-Heinz

Adrian-Nilsson, Gösta

Aelst, Nicolaus van

Ahnert, Elisabeth

Aigrinner, Christian

Albert, Peter

Altenbourg, Gerhard

Altenkirch, Otto

Aman-Jean, Edmond Francois

Anderson, Ulla

Andreas, Friedrich Wilhelm

Antes, Horst

Artes, Sigrid

Aue, Jochen

Bachmann, C.

Bairei (Yasuda Naoto), Kono Naotoyo

Baldaeus, Philippus

Balden, Theo

Balkenhol, Stephan

Barberis, Carlo

Baring, Eugen Albert William

Barlach, Ernst

Bartnig, Horst

Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo

Bauer-Pezellen, Tina

Beck, August

Beckmann, Max

Behrendt, Falko

Behringer, Oskar

Beichling, Carl Heinrich

Belleforest, Francois de

Bellin, Jacques Nicolas

Berend-Corinth, Charlotte

Bergander, Rudolf

Berlit, Rüdiger

Berndt, Siegfried

Besig, Walter

Biedermann, Wolfgang E.

Bingrong, Wang

Birnstengel, Richard

Böcklin, Arnold

Böhme, Hans-Ludwig

Böhme, Gerd

Böhmer, Gunter

Bolswert, Schelte

Bonneville, François

Bossert, Otto Richard

Böttger, Klaus

Boucher, François

Bracht, Eugen

Brambilla, Ambrogio

Brasse-Forstmann, Alice

Braun, Georg

Bräunling, Gottfried

Braunsdorf, Julius Eduard

Brede, Arnold

Bremer, Uwe

Brendel, Albert Heinrich

Brügner, Cölestin

Bruni, Bruno

Büchel, Eduard

Buchholz, Karl

Buno, Conrad

Buonarotti, Michelangelo

Bürgers, Felix

Burkhardt, Heinrich

Burkhardt-Untermhaus, Richard Paul

Butze, Friedrich August

Butzmann, Manfred

Canova, Antonio

Carracci, Annibale

Chadwick, Russell Lynn

Chéret, Jules

Choki, Eishosai

Christophe, Franz

Christophel, Steffen

Churchill, Awnsham

Clar, Hans

Cook, Beryl

Corinth, Lovis

Cortona, Pietro da

Cremer, Fritz

Dahlen, Reiner

Dali, Salvador

Davringhausen, Heinrich Maria

de Lambert-Tristan, gen. Chanton, Louise (Baronin)

Decamps, Alexandre

Demetz, Karl

Dennhardt, Klaus

Diankov, Dimitar Vasilev

Dix, Otto

Döpel, Johann Gottfried

Dorigny, Nicolas

Dóró, Sandor

Drache, Heinz

Drebusch, Günter

Dreher, Richard

Drescher, Arno

Dress, Andreas

Droop, Hermann Theodor

Dyck, Anton van

Effendi, Franciscus

Ehrlich, Georg

Ellekaer, Sven

Enke, Mario

Erler, Georg

Erler, Fritz

Erler, Erich

Essen, Johannes Cornelis van

Euler, Leonhard

Fambrini, Ferdinando

Felsing, Otto

Fiedler, Franz

Fischer, Otto

Fischer-Geising, Heribert

Fleischer, Lutz

Fossi, Carlo

Fouquet, Louis Vincent

Fragonard, Jean-Honoré

Franck, Philipp

Franke, Rudolf

Franke-Gneuß, Kerstin

Frenzel, Ludwig Carl

Frey, Max A. P.

Freyer, Achim

Friedrich, Alexander

Friedrich, Ludwig

Friedrich, Wolfgang

Frisch, Johann Leonhard

Frischmann, Marcel

Frisius, Simon Wynouts

Fritze, Grete

Fritzsche, Julius Otto

Frohberg, Max

Fuchs, Charles

Funk, Wilhelm Heinrich

G., A.

G., D.

Galeotti, Sebastiano

Galle, Philip (Philips)

Gallé, Emile

Gärtner, Fritz

Gaudeck, Franz

Gaul, August

Gavarni, Paul

Gebhardt, Helmut

Gebler, Friedrich Otto

Geibel, Margarete

Gelbke, Georg

Geschewski, Rando

Ghisi, Giorgio Mantovano

Giebe, Hubertus

Gille, Sighard

Giraud, Eugène Pierre François

Glöckner, Hermann

Glöckner, Emil Gustav Adolph

Godeg, Karl

Goellner, Kurt Eberhard

Goldmann, Otto

Goltzsche, Dieter

Göschel, Eberhard

Goßmann, Gerhard

Gosôtei Hirosada,

Gottschall, Gerhard

Gouwen, Gilliam van der

Graf, Peter

Grass, Günter

Graubner, Gotthard

Graupner, Petra

Gray, William Hal

Grebestein, Ferdinand

Greiner, Otto

Griese, Heinz Gunnar

Grieshaber, HAP

Grimm, Kerstin

Grimm-Sachsenberg, Richard

Groß, Paul

Großmann, Rudolf

Großpietsch, Curt

Grotegut, Einhart

Gruner, Erich

Grzimek, Waldemar

Guardi, Giacomo

Günther, Herta

Gursky, Willy

Gussmann, Otto

Hachulla, Ulrich

Hadamard, Auguste

Hagen, Theodor Joseph

Hahn, Bernd

Halm, Peter von

Hampel, Angela

Hanft, Willy

Hanner, Hanns

Hänsch, Wolfram

Harding-Krayl, Constance "Stan"

Hartig, Hans

Hartung, Eduard

Hase, Annemarie

Hasenohr-Hoelloff, Curt

Hassebrauk, Ernst

Häusler, Robert

Hausmann, Christian Friedrich

Heemskerck van Beest, Jacoba

Hegenbarth, Josef

Hegewald, Andreas

Heinsohn, Alfred

Heise, Wilhelm

Heisig, Johannes

Held, Carl Ehrenfried

Hell, Stanislaus

Helmert, Herbert

Hengst, Michael

Henne, Artur

Hennig, Albert

Hentschel, Hans Rudolf

Henze, Robert Édouard

Herfurth, Egbert

Herold, Rainer

Herr, Helga

Herrfurth, Oskar

Herzing, Hanns

Herzog, Walter

Hettes, Josef Ferdinand

Hettner, Otto

Heuer, Joachim

Hilgers, Adolf

Hiller, Heinrich

Himpel, Aernout ter

Hippold, Erhard

Hippold-Ahnert, Gussy

Hirsch, Karl-Georg

Hirzel, Hermann Robert Catumby

Hitzer, Werner

Hochmann, Franz Gustav

Hoehme, Gerhard

Hoeniger, Paul

Hoffmann-Fallersleben, Franz

Hoffmeister, Heinz

Hofmann, Ludwig von

Hofmann, Veit

Hogenberg, Franz

Hohl-Stein, Matthias Zágon

Hollar, Wenzel

Holroyd, Charles

Hopkins-York, Marcia

Horlbeck, Günter

Hornung, Hartmut

Höst, Marianne

Huniat, Günther

Hutin, Charles-François

Ikemura, Leiko

Jackisch, Matthias

Jacob, Annemarie

Jahn, Georg

Jahr, Christa

Jährling, Horst

Jänichen, Heike

Janinet, Jean- François

Jockusch, Horst

John, Holger

Jüchser, Hans

Junge, Margarete

Junker, Christiane

Kalckreuth, Leopold Karl Walter von

Kammerer, Anton Paul

Kaplan, Anatoli

Kastner (Beerkast), Manfred

Kätelhön, Hermann

Katsukawa Shunshô,

Katsushika Hokusai,

Kaufmann, Karl

Kerg, Theo

Kettner, Gitta

Kinder, Hans

Kirchner, Eugen

Kirsten, Jean

Kleinsmiede, J.A.

Klemm, Walther

Klengel, Johann Christian

Klinger, Max

Klotz, Siegfried

Knaus, Ludwig

Knispel, Ulrich

Knobloch, Edgar

Knoll Basset, Florence Marguerite

Koch, Emil

Kokoschka, Oskar

Koller-Pinell, Broncia

Kollorsz, Richard

Kollwitz, Käthe

Korn, Wolfgang

Körner, Edmund

Körnig, Hans

Korthaus, Carl Adolf

Krausdorf, Georg

Krause, Franz Emil

Kretzschmar, Bernhard

Kretzschmar, Jan Tilman

Kriegel, Willy

Krone, Hermann

Kröner, Karl

Krüger, Albert Sigfried

Küchler, Andreas

Kuehl, Gotthardt

Kuhfuss, Paul

Kuhrt, Rolf

Kunz, Sabine

Lachnit, Max

Lachnit, Wilhelm

Lafréry, Antoine

Lang-Scheer, Irma

Lange, Carl

Lange, Otto

Langer, Theodor

Langhammer, Carl

Langner, Reinhold

Latendorf, Christiane

Launay, Nicolas de

Leifer, Horst

Lepke, Gerda

Lessing, Conrad

Letzig, Rudolf

Leu, Olaf

Lew, Bardollo de

Lewinger, Ernst

Liebermann, Max

Liender, Paulus van

Ligorio, Pirro

Lincke, Erna

Lindemann, Rolf

Lindenau, Erich

Lipinsky, Sigmund

Loewig, Roger

Lohmar, Heinz

Lohse, Carl

Losito, Luigi

Lücke-TPT,

Ludewig, Hans

Ludwig, Max

Luther, Manfred

Lux, Ignatius

Luyken, Jan

Mackowsky, Siegfried

Magnus, Klaus

Mahn, Eva

Makolies, Peter

Mansfeld (Richaaard), Richard

Manthey, Heidi

Marcks, Sonngard

Marini, Marino

Maskos, Fritz

Matejko, Theo

Matham, Jacob

Mattheuer, Wolfgang

Meid, Hans

Meißner, Christoph

Merian, Caspar

Merker, Max

Meser, C. F.

Metz, Conrad Martin

Metzkes, Harald

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Millet, Jean François

Mohn, Victor Paul

Mohn, Ernst

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Monien, Julius

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Morgenstern, David

Morgner, Michael

Mörstedt, Alfred Traugott

Morton, Thomas Corsan

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Mühler, Ernst Alfred

Mühlig, Albert Ernst

Müller, Gustav Alfred

Müller, Wilhelm

Müller, Hans Alexander

Müller, Richard

Müller, Gerhard Kurt

Müller-Breslau, Georg

Müller-Gräfe, Ernst

Müller-Müller, Emma

Müller-Stahl, Armin

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Mušic, Zoran Antonio

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Nathe, Christoph

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Nerlich, Georg

Neumann, Manfred

Nitsche, Franz

O., L.

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Oppelt, Marianne

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Philipp (MEPH), Martin Erich

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Gösta  Adrian-Nilsson

1884 Lund – 1965 Stockholm

Schwedischer Maler, Autor und Dichter. 1904–05 Kunststudium an der Teknisk selskabs skole in Kopenhagen, anschließend Umzug nach Stockholm. 1907 erste Erfolge als Dichter und Maler im Stil des Art Nouveau. 1910–11 Studium an der Zahrtmann's Schule in Kopenhagen. 1913 Reise nach Berlin, wo er Herwarth Walden und die Galerie "Der Sturm" kennenlernte. Stilistisch näherte er sich daraufhin dem Expressionismus um den "Blauen Reiter" und dem italienischen Futurismus sowie dem Kubismus an. 1914 Rückkehr nach Lund. 1917 Ausstellung gemeinsam mit Paul Klee und Gabriele Münter in der Galerie "Der Sturm". 1920 Umzug nach Paris, wo er bis 1925 blieb und Fernand Léger und Alexander Archipenko begegnete. 1931 erneute Übersiedlung nach Schweden, wo er sich stärker dem Surrealismus zuwandte. 1953 Retrospektive in der Liljevalch Kunsthalle in Stockholm sowie zahlreiche Ehrungen und Preise. Seine Werke befinden sich im Nationalmuseum, dem Museum für Moderne Kunst in Stockholm sowie den Kunstmuseen in Göteborg und Malmö.

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370   Gösta Adrian-Nilsson "Telephone tower" (Old telephone tower in Klarakvarteren, Stockholm). 1917.

Gösta Adrian-Nilsson 1884 Lund – 1965 Stockholm

Watercolour, in parts with subjacent pencil drawings, on chamois coloured cardboard. Monogrammed "G.A.N." and dated bottom right. Denoted "Trikå" (tricot) at the centre bottom of the drawing. Verso top left with the label of the art exhibition "Der Sturm", director: Herwarth Walden, Berlin, denoted in typewriter and presumably mistakenly mistitled "Telefonsturm". The centre of the cardboard verso with a voided inventory stamp. The top middle verso with the Roman numeral "I" in black water colour, partly covered by an all-side adhesive paper tape.

Provenance: estate Friedrich Bienert (1891 Dresden – 1969 West-Berlin).

In 1887 an approximately 45 m high telephone tower (telefontornet) was built in the centre of Stockholm in order to connect about 5.500 telephone lines in the Swedish capital. The quadrangular metallic lattice structure was a symbol of a new technological age and an impressive example for the industrial architecture at the end of the 19th century, creating buildings such as the famous contemporaneous Eiffel Tower in Paris. Even though the Stockholm telephone tower lost its function in 1913 when most cables were run subsurface, it left its mark on the cityscape of Stockholm until 1953 when the building had to be torn down after a fire.
Gösta Adrian-Nilsson owned a studio in Stockholm from 1917-1919 after he had returned to his hometown Lund with diverse artistic impressions from a one-year stay in Berlin. In the following, so-called "Stockholm years" he created works of art under the influence of cubism, futurism and abstract art - including the motif of the telephone tower. Apparently G.A.N. had a direct view onto the tower from his studio (compare the painting "Min ateljé / Interiör" (My Studio) from 1919, Sven-Harrys Konstmuseum, Stockholm). A historical photo shows the artist in his work coat on a bridge in Stockholm with the distinctive tower in the background.
In his water colour "Telefonturm" (1917), G.A.N. impressively depicts his occupation with the continental art movements. The geometrical basic form of the composition and the bright colours refer to Wassily Kandinsky whose art he introduced in a publication for his exhibition in Gummesons art gallery in Stockholm in 1916. Evidently G.A.N. handed the water colour - among other works - to the director of the gallery "Sturm" Herwarth Walden in Berlin who was planning his 58th exhibition for December 1917 with G.A.N., Paul Klee and Gabriele Münter. Eleven works by G.A.N. were part of this exhibition, most likely the water colour "Telefonturm" was not on display as it is not mentioned in the catalogue.

Lit.: GAN. Gösta Adrian-Nilsson 1884–1965. Ausstellungskatalog Malmö Konsthall. Malmö, 1984.

Ragnar von Holten: Surrealism i svensk konst. Stockholm,1969. S. 30–36.

Exhibition catalogue "Der Sturm". Leitung: Herwarth Walden. Dezember 1917, Achtundfünfzigste Ausstellung. Gösta Adrian-Nilsson, Paul Klee, Gabriele Münter. Gemälde und Aquarelle, Zeichnungen. Berlin, 1917.

Hans-Peter Lühr: Friedrich Bienert und der Geist von Weimar. Eine biografische Studie. In: Dresdner Hefte. Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte. 31. Jg, Heft 116, 4/2013. S. 55–64.

Each corner with a pinhole. Top right corners with inconspicuous crease, cardboard minimally deformed. Paint layer with scattered, minimal scratches (top left margin in the black and blue area, in and top right of the characters. Bottom and right edge of margin with sporadic, inconspicuous soiled trace (graphite?). White inner area of the top right cloud with a trace of graphite or coal. Margins verso with an all-side older, in parts loosened adhesive paper tape from a former frame. Gallery "Sturm" label and the Roman numeral partly covered by the paper tape.

49 x 39 cm. 30.000-50.000 €
* Droit-de-suite of 2.00 % applies.
sold at 120.000 €
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