A Japanese finely carved lacquer figure of Jizo Bosatsu, seated on a gilt lotus throne, on a rocky base. Edo period (1603-1868).
Lucht en water I (Sky and water I). Signed in pencil lower left. Signed with monogram and date '6-38 in the plate lower middle. F. H. Bool, Leven en werk van M.C. Escher, cat. no. 306.
A polished bronze sculpture. 'Torso'. Signed and numbered 1/4. Plate with initials on the black stone base.
Whaling near Nova Zembla. Not signed. The composition of this painting is the same as the left part of a pen painting by Adriaen van Salm in the Maritime Museum in Rotterdam (inv. no. N169). Provenance: purchased at Kunsthandel Castendijk (Rotterdam) in 1
Figures in Landscape IV. Signed and dated '80 lower right. Number 16/50 (artist's proof).
Cat in plum tree. Signed lower left.
'Stippentram'. Signed and dated 1975 lower left.
A clear, white and yellow glass bowl, unique piece, produced by Neil Wilkin, Frome, 2000, signed underneath and numbered 000706.
View of the church of Saint Martin in a snow covered Woudrichem. Signed lower right. A similar depiction of Woudrichem dated 1883 sold at Sotheby's, London, 29 November 1991, lot 18.
Portrait of a young woman. Twice signed and dated 1919 lower right.
A painting by Lee Man Fong was sold for the hammer price of €402.000,- in our latest Art & Antiques auction. Not only is this one of the highest hammer prices for a painting by Lee Man Fong, it also is the highest amount ever realised by our auction house.
On the 25th of June we sold an important table clock by Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956) in our Design auction. It was sold for the hammer price of €205.000,-, one of the highest amounts ever for a Hoffmann piece sold at auction. It concerns a glass and silver plated metal model with details of semi-precious stones […]