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Parallel to our Old Master and 19th Century Paintings auctions, Koller offers drawings from the Middle Ages to the 19th century in a separate session each March and September. One of the highlights of these auctions was a red chalk drawing by a 16th-century Florentine artist, acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 720,000 Swiss francs.

The Kunstmuseum Basel recently purchased a German Renaissance drawing attributed to Hans Weiditz. Other top results have been realised for works by Parmigianino, Giovanni Battista Piazetta, Hans Burgkmair, Giambattista Tiepolo and Guercino.

For some years now, the rising popularity of 19th-century art has also been observed in the field of drawings, notably in the increased demand for drawings and studies of this era. An early tree study by Caspar David Friedrich – rediscovered by our department head in a Swiss estate – now enriches not only an enthusiast's collection but also current research on this highly important artist of German Romanticism.

Franz Diegelmann, our specialist and department head for Old Master & 19th Century Drawings, will be pleased to value your works in view of a possible sale through our auctions.

We accept consignments until mid-January for the March auction and until the end of July for the September auction.

Next Auctions


Auction: 22 March 2024, consignments accepted until mid-January 2024.

Auction: 20 September 2024, consignments accepted until mid-July 2024.


Valuations / Consignments


If you wish to consign to one of our auctions, we will value your artworks free of charge. Please send us photos if possible, or call us. We will arrange an appointment to view your property at your home or in one of our offices in Zurich, Geneva, Genoa, Munich or Düsseldorf. You will then receive our auction estimates so that you can make your decision.

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Ausgewählte Resultate 古典大师 制图


CHARLES–JOSEPH NATOIRE

(Nîmes 1700–1777 Castel Gandolfo)
Study of the lamenting Magdalene under the cross of Christ.
Red chalk heightened in white. The border line in pen and black ink.
36.5 x 29.2 cm.
CHARLES–JOSEPH NATOIRE
CHARLES–JOSEPH NATOIRE

CHF 47 500

ALBUM OF PRINCE BOGUSLAW VON RADZIWILL (1809-1873).

Splendid leather bound album from the period with a total of 25 watercolours of interiors and outside views mostly of Schloss Teplitz in Bohemia, also interior views of Palais Clary-Aldringen in Vienna, Palais Radziwill in Berlin, Hunting Lodge Antonin and a journey to Bad Ischl and Wolfgangsee. 1830–1849. Including: 1. Palais Clary-Aldringen, Vienna, Herrengasse. Salon Prinz Charles Clary Aldringen (1777-1831); 2. The library at Palais Clary-Aldringen in Vienna; 3. The library at Palais Clary-Aldringen, Vienna, with view of Herrengasse; 4. Schloss Teplitz, Bohemia. The Chinese salon, apartment of Prinz Charles Clary-Aldringen; 5. Garden pavilion in the park of Schloss Teplitz; 6. Salon in Garden pavilion of Schloss Teplitz. Signed: Croll 1832; 7. Temple in park of Schloss Teplitz; 8. Two bridges in park of Schloss Teplitz; 9. Church and chapel of Schloss Teplitz; 10. The dovecote at Schloss Teplitz. Signed/dated.: J. Höger 1841; 11. The Chinese salon at Schloss Teplitz, 19th century; 12. Salon in the Manor House at Schloss Teplitz. Signed/dated.: Croll 1832; 13. Further salon at Manor House at Schloss Teplitz, 1st floor. Sign./dat.: Bader 1832; 14. The restaurant da Turn bei Teplitz; 15. "Waldthor", old section Teplitz bei Eichwald; 16. View of Schlossberg and low mountains Teplitz. Sign./dat.: Bader 1832; 17. Ruins at Schlossberg von Teplitz; 18. Small hunting pavilion of Prince Clary in Tuppelburg bei Teplitz. Sign./dat.: Croll 1830; 19. Palais Radziwill in Berlin. Salon of princess Wanda Czartoryska, portrait of a man in profile to the left. nee Prinzessin Radziwill, Sign./dat.: F. Wustrow 1845; 20. Palais Radziwill in Berlin. Second salon. Sign./dat.: J. Wustrow 1845; 21. Waterfall at Ischl called "Waldbachstrupp". Sign.: Tho. Ender; 22. Probably close up of waterfall at Ischl, called "Waldbachstrupp". Sign.: Ender; 23. Wolfgangsee at Ischl. Sign./dat.: J. Höger 1840; 24. Castle in Antonin, Posen. Salon of Princess Leontine Radziwill nee. Comtesse Clary (1811-1890). Signed (not identified); 25. Marie, Ferdinand and Ladislav, the three children of Prince Boguslav and Prinzessin Leontine in garden of Schloss Teplitz.
Watercolours mounted on backing paper. In a splendid leather bound album by or in the style of Johann Jakob SELENKA. Rich figural and ornamental gold embossing with classical motifs, borders on the inner edges and gilt edges on three sides. Chased brass clasps with turquoises. Signed: Bougslav 1832.
Twelve of the views signed, of which some dated. Including: Thomas Ender (1793-1875); Josef Höger (1801-1877); Carl Robert Croll (1800-1863); Bader; Wustrow. Each with old inscription in French in pen and brown ink on the backing paper verso.
27.5 x 39 cm.
ALBUM OF PRINCE  BOGUSLAW VON RADZIWILL (1809-1873).
ALBUM OF PRINCE BOGUSLAW VON RADZIWILL (1809-1873).

CHF 32 500

NICOLAI NIKOLAEVICH KARAZIN

(Bohoduchiw, Ukraine 1842–1908 Gattschina, Russia)
Cavalcade with flags and musical instruments, probably in Kyrgyzstan.
Gouache.
Signed and dated lower right in black brush: (18)94.
34 x 66.5 cm (visible dimensions). Framed.
NICOLAI NIKOLAEVICH KARAZIN
NICOLAI NIKOLAEVICH KARAZIN

CHF 22 500

FRANCESCO GUARDI

(1712 Venice 1793)
Capriccio; a fantasy vedute with ruins of classical architecture and figures. Verso: Portrait of a young man (by another hand).
Pen and brush and brown ink, over loose preliminary drawing with black chalk.
30.2 x 22.3 cm.
FRANCESCO GUARDI
FRANCESCO GUARDI

CHF 22 500

ANTONY HENSTENBURGH

(1695 Hoorn 1781)
Zeven uitheemse Insecten.
Watercolour, gouache on parchment.
Monogrammed (iligature) in grey pen lower right: A: HB. fec=
30 x 41 cm. Framed.
ANTONY HENSTENBURGH
ANTONY HENSTENBURGH

CHF 28 750

JOHANN HEINRICH FÜSSLI

(Zurich 1741–1825 Putney, London)
Woman sitting at a table by candlelight, observing a naked man.
Black chalk, pen and grey ink, grey and pink wash.
Numbered on the reverse: 35.
16.8 x 9.1 cm. Framed.
JOHANN HEINRICH FÜSSLI
JOHANN HEINRICH FÜSSLI

CHF 23 750

Circle of LEONARDO DA VINCI.

(Anchiano 1452–1519 Amboise)
Portrait of a young woman in half profile with head inclined to the right.
Pen and brush and brown ink and black crayon.
10 x 7.4 cm. Framed.
Circle of LEONARDO DA VINCI.
Circle of LEONARDO DA VINCI.

CHF 10 000

FEDERICO ZUCCARI

(Sant' Angelo in Vado 1542–1609 Ancona)
Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene as a gardener.
Pen and brush and brown ink, red chalk.
26 x 19.6 cm.
FEDERICO ZUCCARI
FEDERICO ZUCCARI

CHF 18 600

GIOVANNI DOMENICO TIEPOLO

(1727 Venice 1804)
God the Father carried on clouds by angels.
Pen and brush and brown ink, black chalk.
Am unteren Rand mittig mit brauner Feder signiert: Dom.o. Tiepolo f.; oben links nummeriert: 68
24.1 × 16.5 cm. Old framing.
GIOVANNI DOMENICO TIEPOLO
GIOVANNI DOMENICO TIEPOLO

CHF 27 140

ITALIAN, 17TH C.

Study of a breastplate.
Black and white chalk on blue laid paper.
Auf der Rückseite mit brauner Feder alt bezeichnet und nummeriert: S.P.no. 57; 351.
25 x 21 cm.
ITALIAN, 17TH C.
ITALIAN, 17TH C.

CHF 36 900