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400 år gammelt russisk ikon solgt for over en million!
Bruun Rasmussen holdt her til eftermiddag auktion over kunst og antikviteter fra Ruslands zartid. Russere bød heftigt med i salen og på telefonerne. Særlig en kristen ikon overraskede med et hammerslag på 1.350.000 kr.
Danmarks dyreste ur netop solgt for 1.175.000 kr.!
Et Rolex-ur fra begyndelsen af 1950’erne satte her til aften rekord hos auktionshuset Bruun Rasmussen, da hammeren rundede millionen og fortsatte lidt endnu.
Statens Museum for Kunst sikrer, at Eckersbergs poetiske øjebliksbillede bliver i Danmark
I eftermiddags indledte Bruun Rasmussen årets sidste internationale auktion i Bredgade med at sælge markante værker af dansk malerkunsts fader for et samlet hammerslag på 4.400.000 kr. Det ene værk gik til Statens Museum for Kunst for et hammerslag på 2,1 mio. kr.
Fotografisk collage af Rauschenberg solgt for 1,16 mio. kr.
På aftenens auktion hos Bruun Rasmussen i Bredgade røg værket ”Harvest” fra 2007 af den amerikanske kunstner Robert Rauschenberg op i et hammerslag på over en million danske kroner.
Chieftain Sold for DKK 1.1 million
Finn Juhl’s ”Chieftain Chair” exceeded expectations with an impressive hammer price of DKK 860,000 (€ 150,000 including buyer’s premium) as Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers of Fine Art concluded the final auction of the year in Bredgade, Copenhagen.
Coffee Service Sold for DKK 325,000
It is not only artwork and Chinese vases that can surprise on the auction market! Yesterday the auction house Bruun Rasmussen sold decorative crafts in Copenhagen. Here a coffee service of silver, designed by the English designer Archibald Knox, took off during the bidding round and ended up with a hammer price of DKK 325,000 against an estimate of DKK 60 to 80,000.
Utzon's Favourite Work by Le Corbusier Sets New World Record
Tuesday evening the enamel "20 heures, arrivée à Chandigarh" by Swiss-French architect and artist Le Corbusier achieved an impressive hammer price of DKK 1.75 million (€ 234,000 including buyer’s premium), which is a doubling of the previous world record for an enamel by Le Corbusier set in Zurich in July 2016.
RECORD: Ming Vase Sold for DKK 15.6 million (€ 2.1)
Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers of Fine Art has this afternoon broken its own auction record with the sale of a rare Ming vase from the 1400s. The vase was sold for an impressive DKK 15.6 million (€ 2.1 million including buyer’s premium) – the highest hammer price in the history of the auction house as well as the Danish auction record for an item of porcelain.
John Cobb’s Exotic Lacquer Furniture
Within furniture design, the black lacquer from Japan was a sought after commodity during the 1700s in Europe. Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers in Copenhagen now presents a magnificent example within the genre in the shape of a George III commode, attributed to the English cabinetmaker John Cobb.
CoBrA, Corbusier and Kudo Calling!
CoBrA is one of the headlines at this year’s final international auction at Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers in Copenhagen, where we can present more than 100 works by representatives of the legendary art group. We place a special light on Pierre Alechinsky and Asger Jorn.
Diamonds of a Rare Quality
If you are dreaming of coloured diamonds, an irresistible solitaire ring or signed jewellery from some of the world's greatest jewellers, you should check out our upcoming Christmas auction.
Indian Drawings and Tibetan Thangkas
Indian 19th century drawings from a Danish private collection and a number of Buddhist thangkas from Tibet are among the highlights of the auction for oriental art at Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers in Copenhagen.
Undseelig amerikansk messingmønt solgt for 660.000 kr.
På dagens internationale møntauktion hos Bruun Rasmussen er der netop blevet solgt en sjælden amerikansk token til et hammerslag på 660.000 kr. mod en vurdering på 70.000 kr.
Asian Stamps in High Demand
It is not only Oriental art and decorative crafts that are in high demand these days. At our recent international stamp auction we achieved a number of impressive hammer prices for Chinese collections. Especially a collection of stamps from the 1960s was popular and went for DKK 170,000.
Nordic Icons at auction in Copenhagen
At the last international auction of the year in Copenhagen, we will be offering three of the most iconic Nordic furniture classics – Alvar Aalto’s Paimio Chair (1931–32), Finn Juhl’s Chieftain Chair (1949) and Jonas Bohlin’s Concrete Chair (1980).
Rare Enamel by Le Corbusier from Utzon’s Art Collection
Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers is pleased to announce that another important work by Le Corbusier from the private collection of the world-famous Danish architect Jørn Utzon will be auctioned off in the beginning of December. The work was made while Utzon and Corbusier collaborated on the interior of the Sydney Opera House during the 1950s.
World Record for Modern Art in Copenhagen
There was a great demand for world-class modern art at the international auction at Bruun Rasmussen in Copenhagen, where a work by the Italian artist Paolo Scheggi was sold for DKK 2.5 million. Other surprises among the auction results include works by Fernand Léger, Jan Křížek and Tetsumi Kudo, as well as a world record on a painting by Alan Uglow.
Finn Juhl - Interior 52
At the upcoming international auction at Bruun Rasmussen in Copenhagen we have the pleasure of presenting a number of the models that Finn Juhl used in 1951 for Interior 52 at Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum in Trondheim (Norway’s National Museum of Decorative Arts and Design).
Avantgarde Art 1960 + 1970 - Exhibition in Paris
While the famous art fair "Biennale des Antiquaires" is being held at the Grand Palais, Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers of Fine Art will for the third time exhibit its most coveted paintings and furniture pieces at the auction association Drouot in Paris. This time there is a special focus on international avant-garde art from the 1960s to the 70s.
Peder Moos' Museum Table and Private Letters up for Auction
At this autumn's international design auction in Copenhagen, we can present the Danish cabinetmaker and designer Peder Moos' "Museum Table", which only exists in very few copies. It was commissioned by the Dane Gert Poulsen, who has also kept a unique series of letters from Moos, which were written during the production of the table.