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Artistes français en lien avec le Danemark
La vente aux enchères de Bruun Rasmussen en décembre propose un véritable florilège d'art français. Citons notamment des peintures de Pierre Soulages et de Simon Hantaï ainsi qu’une sculpture de Henri Laurens de la collection privée de Jørn Utzon.
Finn Juhl's Lost Furniture Found After 80 Years
Finn Juhl exhibited a sofa and two chairs in 1939. For 80 years, the design world believed it to have been lost, but now it has reappeared and will be sold at auction by Bruun Rasmussen in December. It'll hold the highest estimated price for a piece of 20th Century Danish design ever. A piece of Danish design history and cultural heritage is looking for a new home.
Russian Art Objects from Danish Families
Bruun Rasmussen focuses in on art, antiques and jewellery from Russia at a Live Auction in Copenhagen on 10 June. The highlights include a number of art objects that truly lets you experience a piece of history and the strong Danish-Russian relations.
New Initiative Results in Million Kroner Hammer Prices at Bruun Rasmussen Fine Art Auctioneers
Both household names and brand new artists made their mark on the Contemporary Art scene during the auction house's Live Auction in Copenhagen on 3 and 4 March.
The Sale of Famous Family Ring Sets New Record Hammer Price
A special sapphire and diamond ring from Tiffany & Co. surprised both specialists and guests at Bruun Rasmussen’s Live Auction in Copenhagen Thursday evening.
New World Record Achieved at Bruun Rasmussen
World Record: The auction house made (art)history with the hammer price on a painting by “The Founding Father of the Danish Golden Age of Painting”, Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg.
Record-Breaking Czech Back Under the Hammer
A remarkable collection of the Czech artist Jan Krizek's paintings and sculptures will be up for sale at the autumn’s Live Auction at Bruun Rasmussen in Copenhagen.
Cubist Work up for Auction in Copenhagen
The highlight of this summer's auction at Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers in Copenhagen is a magnificent painting by Henri Hayden from 1920 and entitled "Bretonne". With the painting’s multi-perspective it can rightly be called pure cubist and musical in its style. The painting originates from the artist's relatively short cubist period between 1915 to 1922.
Finn Juhl's Dining Room Set Sold for Over a Million Danish Kroner
Thursday's design auction had buyers from all over the world bidding on especially Finn Juhl’s furniture. A dining room set with Juhl's "Egyptian Chairs" and a "Judas Table" delivered the biggest surprise with a hammer price of DKK 770,000 (€ 134,000 including buyer’s premium) and DKK 250,000 (€ 44,000 including buyer’s premium) respectively.
Danish Contemporary Art up for Auction
Allan Otte, Cathrine Raben Davidsen and Trine Søndergaard – Danish contemporary art is gaining ground on the international market these years. When Bruun Rasmussen holds the year's first Live Auction of modern art and Scandinavian design, it will include a large number of works by some of the most significant Danish artists at the moment.
Children of the Danish Golden Age and French Gilt Bronzes
This week, Bruun Rasmussen will hold the year's first Live Auction in Copenhagen. The first week of auctions includes a portrait by the Danish Golden Age painter C.A. Jensen, which depicts three children from one of the influential families of the time, as well as gilt bronzes from the 18th-19th century France.
Invitation: Preview and Auction at Bruun Rasmussen
Danish contemporary art, design icons, Danish Golden Age works and antiques as far as the eye can see. The highlights are lining up at this year’s first preview and auction at Bruun Rasmussen in Copenhagen. As a journalist, you are always welcome to request an interview with one of the auction house’s specialists, who can tell you more about the art objects up for auction.
Iconic Danish Design up for Auction: Finn Juhl's "Egyptian Chair" and Hans J. Wegner's "Dolphin Chair"
What do Tutankhamun's grave and the animal kingdom have to do with Danish design? During the 1940s and 1950s, the Danish architects found inspiration for their designs in many different places, such as historical furniture designs, religious stories and nature. At Bruun Rasmussen's first Live Auction in Copenhagen this year, they can present the coveted designs by Finn Juhl and Hans J. Wegner.
The World's Largest and Most Beautiful Work on Flora up for Auction
The year's first Live Auction at Bruun Rasmussen in Copenhagen includes a copy of the Flora Danica work. It is extremely rare to see complete versions of this botanical work on the market. The project all began in 1761 with a plate depicting a cloudberry and a prospectus supported by the Danish King Frederik V. More than 120 years later, the magnificent Flora Danica was finally completed.
Musical Design Treasure Sets New World Record
Bruun Rasmussen’s 70th anniversary auction concluded on a high note as Danish design came under the hammer Thursday evening. A musical instrument garnered quite a lot of the attention during a bidding round where it was knocked down for several million Danish kroner.
Poul's Four-poster Bed and Finn's Chieftain Chair: Danish Design Treasures up for Auction
A unique four-poster bed by Poul Henningsen and Finn Juhl's iconic "Chieftain Chair" are among the highlights when Bruun Rasmussen swings the hammer over rare furniture pieces and design classics in Copenhagen this September.
The Many Faces of Per Kirkeby: from Pop Art to Geology
At the autumn's international auction in Copenhagen, we celebrate the many artistic achievements of the recently deceased Danish artist Per Kirkeby. We do so with a series of works ranging from his early experiments with pop art to his later geological studies.
Doctor Glass' impressive collection on auction
An outstanding private collection of glass art from the 20th century is offered at Bruun Rasmussen's international auction in Copenhagen 26 September. The owner is the Danish doctor Torben Sørensen who has spent a lifetime gathering a plethora of works from Italy, Finland and Sweden.
Cartier's Rare Panther Brooch
Are you dreaming of elegant jewellery from Cartier, Bulgari, Tiffany, Georg Jensen or Ole Lynggaard? then you should come by the autumn's international auction. One of the highlights is Cartier's impressive "Panthère" brooch, estimated at DKK 450,000-500,000.
Jesper Thilo’s Selmer Mark VI Tenor Saxophone up for Auction
While the streets and music venues of Copenhagen overflow with jazz tunes during this summer's Copenhagen Jazz Festival (6-15 July), the musician Jesper Thilo’s Selmer Saxophone will be exhibited in one of Bruun Rasmussen's windows at Bredgade 33 in Copenhagen. This iconic tenor saxophone can now be yours when it comes under the hammer at the international auction in mid-September.