A WEEK DEDICATED TO THE MASTERS
25th - 27th April: Dorotheum Auction Week featuring Old Master paintings, 19th century paintings, works of art, and jewellery.
Scenes from mythology and history, alongside portrait and landscape paintings, seen through the eyes of Old Master painters and painters from the 19th century. Fine historical furniture, royal vases and splendid high-carat rings...
SISI’S ENGAGEMENT GIFT
Sensational painting: Portrait of a young Elizabeth, future Empress of Austria for sale at Dorotheum on 27 April 2017
Hung above Emperor Franz Joseph I’s bed until his dying day, this painting is of great historic significance and was owned privately by the Habsburgs for more than 150 years. The painting, which was given as a Christmas...
HEINRICH HARRER'S FIGURE FROM BORNEO
Masks, sculptures, and ethno jewellery at the Tribal Art Auction on 6th April 2017 at Dorotheum
In 1972, Heinrich Harrer (1912 – 2006), famous Austrian mountain climber, traveller, and author, crossed the island of Borneo from the North to the South, and later published an account of the journey in his book...
Tapestries of the 17th and 18th century, Oriental carpets, and other textiles at the Dorotheum Auction on 3rd April 2017
Gobelin tapestry master pieces Primarily intended for court and clergy, tapestries have contributed to the dignified atmosphere of audience chambers everywhere from the late middle ages to the Baroque. The scenes depicted in the...
A BRILLIANT AGE
Exceptional jewellery by David Webb, Bulgari, and many others, at the Jewellery Auction on 27th April 2017
The upcoming major jewellery auction to be held at Palais Dorotheum on 27th April 2017 offers a review of the jeweller's art through the ages, with a particular emphasis on the nineteen-fifties to nineteen-seventies. Designer...
"SELECTED BY PHILIP HOHENLOHE"
Interior designer Hohenlohe arrays paintings, furniture, and décor at the Dorotheum auction on 2nd March 2017.
Looking back to see where one is going: „Classic design, classic architecture, studying the humanities: Perhaps we need to look at what lies behind us to connect to our roots", is how designer Philip Hohenlohe put it in his...