Timed Online Modern Times
14 April – 2 May
Collectibles & Design | closes 2 May at 1.30pm
Still a Life! | closes 2 May at 2pm
Jewellery | closes 2 May at 2.30pm
Collectibles & Design
A varied selection of paintings, sculptures and design from the early 20th to the 21st century including an impressive Franck cabinet (lot 5012), Art Déco glassware (Gallé, lots 5000-5003), paintings by a.o. Carlo De Roover (lot 5022), canvases by Piet Verhaert (lot 5041), Frans Smeers (lot 5020) or Cornelis Van Leemputten (lot 5043), works from the Nuyts collection from Diest (founder of the textile mill La Bergère, also a personal friend and patron of artists such as Hubert-Victor Wolvens (lot 5067) and Hubert Malfait (lot 5068), a bronze figure by Geo Vindevogel (from the Rik Slabbinck collection), an early canvas by Luc Peire (lot 5064), to a 1964 dated work by Ferre Grignard (lot 5111), five works by Bernard Charoy (lots 5074-5078), to designer furniture from the fifties and sixties by a.o. Hans Wegner (lot 5121), Yngve Ekström (lot 5098) and more recent furniture by Olivier De Schrijver (lots 5172-5179). Furthermore, be surprised by an early work by Gilbert Swimberghe (lot 5108), a 2001 dated canvas by Martin Bradley (lot 5189) or a readymade by Maurice Haccuria (lot 5119).
Still a Life
This auction offers a selection of over 50 paintings on the theme of (flower) still life.
No fewer than 12 works by Julien Stappers (1875 – 1960) will be presented here against the clock, alongside work by other Belgian 19th- and 20th-century masters such as Isidoor Opsomer, Jean Laudy, Prosper De Troyer, Vic and Willem Dolphyn, Jan Van Puyenbroeck, Rik Slabbinck, Floris Jespers, or even Maurice Schelck who chose still life as the theme in their work here with a preference for flowers.
50 paintings with a multitude of shades. Is there a more pleasant way to show colour?
Bid on jewelry from two large estates with the standouts being a riviere women’s bracelet with144 diamonds in brilliant cut (lot 7005) and a white gold ring set with diamonds in emerald cut, 12 diamonds in baguette cut and 70 diamonds in brilliant cut (lot 7019). Otherwise, find your fancy among gold ear clips, timepieces (Longines, Jaeger-Lecoultre, Cartier), barette brooches or ladies’ or men’s rings.
70 jewels against the clock, for yourself or to keep on hand as a gift?
14 till 23 April
Sunday 23 April 11am
Mona Verhas (violin)
Wouter Valvekens (piano)
info & tickets
from 14 April
Nearby underground parking: Kooldok or Steendok (5 min walking distance)
Collecting your goods
By appointment and after receipt of payment, from Tuesday 2 May until Friday 12 May (9am-12 & 1pm-5.30) and on Saturday 6 May (10am-1pm).
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