Dienstag 8st, Dezember 2:14:32 Am
|46 jaar vrouw, Ziegenhörner|
|Italienisch(Erweitert), Javanisch(Mittlere), Spanisch(Anfänger)|
|Freunde: cbotelua, descaro36|
|Eine nachricht schicken|
Kaus, Max Berlin – „Badende im Gebirgsbach Pitztal „. Öl auf Leinwand. Signiert und datiert unten links: MKaus MK ligiert Sowie rückseitig signiert, datiert und betitelt: MKaus MK ligiert 25 Badende im Gebirgsbach Pitztal. Er war unter anderem Mitglied der Berliner und der Freien Sezession. Hier lernte er die berühmten Brücke-Maler Erich Heckel, Otto Mueller und Karl Schmidt-Rottluff kennen, mit denen er auch nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg weiterhin verkehrte.
Durch Sie entdeckt er für sich das Zeichnen von Akten und Landschaften und entwickelte seine ganz persönliche expressionistische Malweise. Das Nachkriegs-Oeuvre des Künstlers unterteilt sich im Wesentlichen in vier Komplexe: Die Nordsee- und Rom-Bilder, die Gruppe der Veneziana-Impressionen sowie die Porträts und Stillleben der letzten Schaffensjahre. In dem hier vorgestellten Gemälde von greift Kaus das von den Brücke-Malern inspirierte Thema der Badende in freier Natur auf: Die nackten Gestalten der Frauen und Männer, die sich in der Strömung eines Wildbaches waschen, sind skizzenhaft wiedergegeben und fügen sich farbliche wie auch kompositorisch in die sie umgebenden Landschaft ein.
Erläuterungen zum Katalog Max Kaus Deutschland Expressionismus Berliner Sezession Moderne Kunst Unikate er Badende Gemälde Öl Akt Kaus, Max Berlin – „Badende im Gebirgsbach Pitztal „. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated lower left: MKaus MK ligated As well as signed, dated and titled verso: MKaus MK ligated 25 Badende im Gebirgsbach Pitztal. Optional: Here the potential buyers will be liable for any damages to the exhibited objects caused by them.
Condition, Representations and Warranties V2. These items are in a state of preservation that is consistent with their age and provenance. Objections to the state of preservation shall only be indicated in the catalogue if VAN HAM believes that they significantly affect the overall visual impression of the item. The absence of information on the state of preservation has thus no effect of declaration and does, in particular, not establish any warranty or quality agreement as defined by the sale of goods laws.
Potential buyers may request a condition report for every item prior to the auction. The information contained in the condition report shall be provided to the best of VAN HAM’s knowledge and belief. It shall not constitute any warranty or quality agreement and shall serve the purpose of providing non-binding information only. The same applies to general information of any kind, be it verbal or in writing.
German Civil Code BGB. The item is sold in its actual condition at the time of the auction. If an additional internet catalogue is prepared, the information in the printed version shall nevertheless prevail; the internet catalogue shall only prevail in the event that no printed catalogue exists or the items are auctioned by a so-called silent auction. VAN HAM reserves the right to correct catalogue information on the items that are to be auctioned.
The corrected information shall replace the description in the catalogue. No characteristics other than authorship of the item shall be contractually agreed, even if the item is presented for advertising purposes. The catalogue thus contains only information and descriptions without agreeing on the condition of the item. The same applies to reproductions contained in the catalogue. The purpose of said reproductions is to give potential buyers an idea of the item; they form neither part of the quality agreement nor do they warrant the condition of the item.
During the auction procedure only the respective items are sold but not the frames, mounts and picture glass. VAN HAM assumes no liability for parts that are not part of the auctioned item. The liability for injury to life, body or health remains unaffected. Where successful recourse is taken against the Consignor, VAN HAM shall reimburse the buyer for up to a maximum of the full purchase price which the consignor has achieved.
VAN HAM additionally undertakes to return its commission in full within a period of one year, if the item proves not to be authentic. This is subject to there being no third party claims to the item, and the item being returned to the VAN HAM head office in Cologne in an unaltered state. Material contractual duties shall be i the duty of handing over the item in its condition at the time of the auction upon receipt of the full sales price, ii providing information regarding the authorship of the item, as well as iii the duties of advice, protection and care which serve the purpose of protecting life and body of the buyer or its personnel.
In case of a simply negligent breach of material contractual duties, the liability of VAN HAM shall be limited to the compensation of any damage typical and predictable for such a contract, per event causing the damage up to a maximum of twice the amount which the buyer had to pay for the item to which the breached contractual duty relates. In particular any liability for indirect damage shall be excluded. Conduct of Auctions, Bids V3.
Information as to the value in currencies other than euros is provided for information purposes only and shall not be binding. Low-value items may be auctioned as group lots outside the catalogue. If a bidder intends to bid on behalf of a third party, a respective notification shall be given not later than 24 hours prior to the start of the auction, stating the name and address of the represented party and submitting a written power of attorney.
Otherwise the contract of sale shall be made with the bidder when the bid is accepted. Only bids made using this number shall be considered during the auction. VAN HAM reserves the right to request a current bank reference or other references or a cash deposit before admitting bidders to the auction. The General Auction Terms therefore apply accordingly to the Consignor making a bid for its own items.
When there are equal bids, irrespective of whether they are submitted in the auction hall, by telephone, in writing or over the internet, a decision shall be made by drawing lots. Written bids or bids submitted via the internet shall only be drawn on by VAN HAM to the extent required to outbid another bid. Bids shall specify the relevant item, along with its catalogue number and catalogue description. In case of doubt, the catalogue number shall be decisive; the bidder shall bear the consequences of any ambiguities.
VAN HAM provides the service of processing bids in absence for the convenience of clients free of charge. VAN HAM therefore makes no representations regarding the effectuation or error-free processing of bids. This does not apply where VAN HAM is liable for mistakes made intentionally or through gross negligence. Bids in absence shall be deemed equivalent to bids made in person during the auction when bids are accepted.
In case of written bids, the interested party shall authorise VAN HAM to submit bids on its behalf. Telephone bids may be recorded by VAN HAM. By applying for telephone bidding, applicants accept that telephone conversations may be recorded. VAN HAM accepts no liability for establishing and maintaining telecommunication connections or for transmission errors.
Bids received by VAN HAM via internet during an auction shall only be considered for the ongoing auction if it is a live web-cast auction. Apart from that, internet bids shall only be admissible if VAN HAM has approved the bidder for internet bidding by providing the bidder with a user name and password. Internet bids shall only be valid bids if they can be unequivocally matched to the bidder by means of the user name and password.
Internet bids shall be recorded electronically. Live bids shall be considered equivalent to bids made in the auction hall. VAN HAM accepts no liability for establishing technical connections or for transmission errors in case of internet bids. In the event of post-bids, a contract shall only be made once VAN HAM accepts a bid.
Please refer to the cancellation policy Widerrufsbelehrung at the end of the present General Auction Terms. Acceptance of Bids V4. When a bid is accepted, a contract of sale is concluded between VAN HAM and the bidder whose bid was accepted. There shall be no entitlement to have a bid accepted. VAN HAM may refuse to accept the bid or accept it conditionally.
This applies in particular where a bidder who is not known to VAN HAM or with whom no business relationship has yet been established fails to provide security in the form of bank references or guarantees by the start of the auction at the latest. If several individuals place equal bids and no higher bid is made after three calls, the decision shall be made by drawing lots.
VAN HAM may revoke acceptance of a bid and re-offer the item if a higher bid made in due time was accidentally overlooked, if the highest bidder does not want the bid to stand, or if there are other doubts as to the acceptance. If no bid is accepted even though a bid was placed, VAN HAM shall be liable to the bidder only in case of intent or gross negligence. A bidder shall remain bound by a bid that has been conditionally accepted for a period of one month.
A conditionally accepted bid shall only become effective if VAN HAM confirms the bid in writing within one month from the date of the auction. Purchase Price and Payment V5. Upon request immediately after the auction the invoicing for these objects can be issued with standard taxation and without such apportionment. For buyers entitled to deduct input tax Vorsteuerabzug , the invoice may, upon request and after prior notification be made out in line with standard taxation Regelbesteuerung.
VAT is not levied on shipments to third countries i. If participants in an auction transfer purchased items to third countries themselves, they shall be reimbursed for VAT as soon as proof of export and purchase Ausfuhr- und Abnehmernachweis has been provided to VAN HAM. Cheques shall only be accepted on account of performance erfüllungshalber. Any taxes, costs, transfer or encashment fees including any bank fees charged to VAN HAM shall be borne by the buyer.
Buyers who participate in the auction in person shall pay the purchase price to VAN HAM immediately after their bid has been accepted. Separating the client from the recipient of the invoice is not allowed. The only possible way to issue an invoice to a client other than the bidder is described in the conditions of cipher V5.
Precondition for taking over the contract is in any case that the third partyduly identifies towards VAN HAM and explicitly accepts all rights and obligations arising from the contract, in particular the Terms and Conditions in their version asused in the respective contract. The approval is at the sole discretion of VAN HAM.
Also when the described conditions are entirely fulfilled, neither the customer nor the third party can claim that VAN HAM agrees to the transfer of the contract. The agreement of VAN HAM to the transfer of the contract will only be effected by returning the agreement duly signed by VAN HAM. VAN HAM charges an examination fee of EUR Collection, Assumption of Risk and Export V6. Absent buyers shall collect their items without undue delay after VAN HAM has notified them that their bid has been successful.
Since the purchase price is due immediately and the buyer is obliged to collect the items without undue delay, the buyer shall be in default of acceptance no later than 14 days after acceptance of the bid or post-bid, and consequently the risk shall be transferred to the buyer at this time at the latest, irrespective of the fact that the item has not yet been handed over.
At the end of said period VAN HAM shall be entitled to have the items at the cost and risk of the buyer delivered to the buyer, or stored in a contract warehouse, or store the uncollected items itself. VAN HAM shall inform the buyer prior to storage.