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17. May 2016
Rare pieces from Papua New Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Nigeria, Cammeroon and the Cameroon Grassfields, from the Congo regions, Tanzania and Mozambique.
Read more … Rare pieces and attractive estimates
16. May 2016
Born 1849 in Ladbergen, Germany. He was a missionary in Nias (Indonesia), where he translated the Bible into the local language. Honorary doctor of the University of Halle, Germany.
Read more … The Nias collection of Heinrich Sundermann
10. May 2016
The Nias collection of Dr. Heinrich Sundermann (born 1849). Objects of the colonial collection of Anton Handl (born 1875). Significant works of art from the Cameroon Grassfields.
Read more … Tribal Art Summer Sale
23. February 2016
It's worth making the change of perspective! Starting tomorrow until Saturday we present more than 500 fine old tribal art works. Come to visit the preview.
Read more … Just 4 days left
17. February 2016
Just a few days left. Discover some very old pieces with historically important provenances. Best examples from this diverse and fascinating collecting category.
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04. February 2016
»Collecting African art is a challenge for instinct, intuition and intelligence«, Hans Rielau about his private collection and collecting by itself. The growing of his collection ...
Read more … The Rielau Collection
02. February 2016
Zemanek-Münster is pleased to announce the 82nd tribal art auction, featuring selected works for collectors and connoisseurs: The private collection of Hans Rielau. Treasures from ...
Read more … Tribal Art this month
11. January 2016
You would like to offer your tribal art collection, or selected art objects up for auction? We will be happy to inform you of the possibilities of consignment fine old tribal art objects.
Read more … Invitation to consignment
29. October 2015
We are pleased that we are once again able to show the full diversity and artistic quality of this impressive and groundbreaking art.
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