Press releases

28.06.2016

WORLD RECORDS AND MILLIONS IN SALES
Successful first half of 2016 at Dorotheum

Dorotheum has every reason to be proud of its first half of 2016 which saw six new world records, millions of euros of sales, and top results achieved for Modern and Contemporary Art. Some of the most successful auctions in...[more]

09.06.2016

GLAMOUR ON ALL CYLINDERS
Dorotheum “Classic Cars and Automobilia” Auction on 18th June 2016

A plethora of classic cars await new owners at Dorotheum on 18th June 2016, just in time for the start of the season. There is no lack of splendid, personality-packed vehicles in this auction of “Classic Cars and Automobilia”....[more]

02.06.2016

WORLD RECORDS AND TOP PRICES
Dorotheum’s 1st June 2016 Contemporary Art Auction a Resounding Success

After a painting by the Belgian painter James Ensor sold for over €1,000,000 on 31st May 2016, the initial success of Dorotheum’s auction week continued on 1st June 2016: the auction house once again demonstrated its strength in...[more]

31.05.2016

JAMES ENSOR PAINTING RAKES IN A MILLION
Bidders at Dorotheum auction spar over bizarre masquerade depiction from the 1920s

Dorotheum's 31st May 2016 modern art auction took a roaring start with a million-euro result. An outstandingly documented discovery from the oeuvre of the Belgian artist James Ensor incited riotous bidding on the telephone...[more]

24.05.2016

HARMONIOUS PROPORTIONS
Design Auction at Dorotheum on 16th June 2016

At the heart of the upcoming Dorotheum design auction on 16th June 2016 is a piece of furniture with a special history: The event presents an important early example of organic design, the result of a cooperation between two...[more]

03.05.2016

PRECIOUS KLIMT PRESENT
Kolo Moser necklace – a gift to Emilie Flöge from Gustav Klimt - at Dorotheum auction on 13th June 2016

Coming up for sale at the next Dorotheum art nouveau auction on 13th June 2016 will be a precious gift necklace – designed by no-one less than Koloman Moser – that was originally given by Gustav Klimt to his confidante Emilie...[more]