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11. September 2023
Pre-Columbian art from the private collections Michael Beckmann and Gerhard Asche Collection. Antiquities. Art and Ethnographica from Africa, Oceania and Asia. Live Online Auction on September 27.
Read more … Pre-Columbian and ethnographic art
14. March 2023
One hundred auctions of non-European art - one hundred times art from Africa, Oceania, America and Arctic Cultures. On the occasion of our anniversary auction we are pleased to present with a special selection of art with first-class provenances.
Read more … Anniversary Auction SALE 100
14. February 2023
Art collectors don't have to wait long for the second part as on February 28th, around one hundred, very carefully selected artifacts from their immense collection will be auctioned.
Read more … The Heijs-Voorhuis collection (part 2)
24. October 2022
Almost 40 works includes the offer of a German art dealer. An impressive document of the artistic aesthetic of the 1920s. Among them world-class pieces.
Read more … Works from a German art collection
The private Africa collection of the Celle art dealer Robert Lewitzki is one of the most artistically exquisite collections today. 28 very selected works are now being on offer.
Read more … The Lewitzki Collection
Ursula Heijs-Voorhuis, she is one of the first gallery owner in the Netherlands for tribal art. The Afrika Museum in Berg en Dal laid the foundation and initial experience for her gallery business and collection.
Read more … The Heijs-Voorhuis collection
21. March 2022
Even the size must have been a challenge for any dancer of this impressive "Epa" mask. They are called "olomoyeye" or "eyelashe" - "bearer of many children", and they perform at the end of the big masked festivals.
Read more … Impressive "epa" masks
18. January 2022
Art works from European estates and private collections on March 26th in Würzburg. With a special catalogue of works from Africa and Japan from the Dr. Werner Zint (1938-2020) collection.
Read more … Africa, Oceania, Japan
14. October 2021
Ila Orangun along with Abeokuta, Oshogbo and Ekiti, this cities form one of the most important centres of traditional Yoruba wood carving. Sculptures from this region are among the best that the Yoruba have produced in this field.
Read more … The Munich Ibeji Collection