Impressionist & Modern Art

Top prices at im Kinsky

Gustav Klimt

sold for € 705.600 (including premium)

Franz Sedlacek

sold for € 441.000 (including premium) world record

Alexander Rothaug

sold for € 189.000 (including premium) world record

Alfons Walde

sold for € 315.000 (including premium)

Werner Berg

sold for € 176.400 (including premium)

Norbertine Bresslern-Roth

sold for € 321.300 (including premium) world record

Rudolf Wacker

sold for € 365.400

Koloman Moser

sold for €604,800 (including premium)

Egon Schiele

sold for €529,200 (including premium)

Egon Schiele

Max Weiler, sold for €340,200 (including premium)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

sold for € 277,200

Erich Heckel

sold for € 315,000

Rudolf Wacker

sold for € 227,000

Carl Moll

sold for € 151,000

Wilhelm List

sold for € 100,800

Alfred Kubin

sold for € 94,500

Richard Gerstl

sold for € 400,000

Egon Schiele

sold for € 438,000

Paul Klee

sold for € 200,000

Franz von Stuck

sold for € 163,800

Alfons Walde

sold for € 375,000

Oskar Kokoschka

sold for € 604,800

Medardo Rosso

sold for € 353,000

Oskar Kokoschka

sold for € 338,000

Egon Schiele

sold for € 256,000 (including premium)

Marc Chagall

sold for € 230,400 (including premium)

Alfons Walde* (1891 - 1958)

sold for € 128,000 (including premium)

Werner Berg* (1904 - 1981)

sold for € 249,600 (including premium)

Albin Egger-Lienz (1868 - 1926)

sold for € 194,560.- (including premium)

Helene Funke* (1869 - 1957)

sold for € 28,160 (including premium)

Oskar Kokoschka* (1886 - 1980)

sold for € 19,200 (including premium)

Koloman Moser (1868 - 1918)

sold for € 70,400 (including premium)

Rudolf Wacker

sold for € 140,800.- (including premium)

Leopold Blauensteiner

sold for € 140,800.- (including premium)

Koloman Moser

sold for € 960.00.- (including premium)

Impressionist & Modern Art

Impressionist & Modern Art

Since 1993, this department has been one of the strongest in terms of our company’s sales. The pluralism of styles and the rapid development in art between 1900 and 1945 make this period particularly interesting for collectors. When selecting pieces of art to offer to our clients we strive to meet their high qualitative standards. For us, the acquisition of rare, market-fresh works of art is both a motivation and a challenge.

Our auctions take place three times a year. We offer important works of international modern art, with a special focus on the Viennese Modern Age, featuring Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka. Another special focus of our auction house are Austrian artists of the New Objectivity school: we achieve top prices for paintings by Franz Sedlacek and Rudolf Wacker. Tyrolean Modernism, particularly Alfons Walde, and Albin Egger-Lienz, is also one of our key offerings. Our successes with paintings by Kolo Moser and, for example, paintings by Norbertine Bresslern-Roth testify to the fact that Modern Art guarantees world-record prices at our auction house.

Our expertise is based on long-standing experience, sound specialist knowledge and intensive research. We collaborate closely with national and international experts and institutions and do of course take the latest research findings into account in order to do justice to our quality orientation. Last but not least, it’s important to us to advise our clients on the current market situation regarding art works of Modern Art in a reliable and uncomplicated way.

Your experts

Mag. Claudia Mörth-Gasser

Mag. Claudia Mörth-Gasser

Senior-Specialist for Impressionist & Modern Art, Head of department

Phone: +43 1 532 42 00-14

Michael Kovacek

Michael Kovacek

Management, Court-certified expert, Specialist for Antiques & Paintings (Old Masters, 19th Century & Modern Art)

Phone: +43 1 532 42 00

Barbara Berger, BA

Barbara Berger, BA

Specialist for Modern Art

Phone: +43 1 532 42 00-43