About Per Kirkeby
This past spring, one of Denmark’s greatest artists passed away. The painter Per Kirkeby leaves behind an extensive and versatile body of work that will continue to capture the viewer’s attention. We now present a series of works by both the younger and more mature Kirkeby.
Danish Design Treasures
Rare furniture pieces from the early years of Danish design's golden age have found their way to the autumn auction. They come in the form of chairs attributed to Henning Hansen and a four-poster bed by Poul Henningsen (PH), and they are accompanied by Flemming Lassen's "The Hussar" and Finn Juhl's most famous furniture classics.
Cartier's Elegant Panther
Are you dreaming of elegant jewellery from Cartier, Bulgari, Tiffany, Georg Jensen or Ole Lynggaard? Then you should come by the autumn's international auction. One of the highlights is Cartier's impressive "Panthère" brooch, estimated at DKK 450,000-500,000.
On A Grand Tour Through History
Grand Tour souvenirs, a Louis XV commode by the French master cabinetmaker Dubois and a Persian 19th-century carpet from Bakshaish – the finest antiques are up for sale at the autumn auction in Copenhagen.
Glass Art from the 20th Century
An outstanding private collection of glass art from the 20th century is now up for auction. The owner is the Danish doctor Torben Sørensen who has spent a lifetime gathering glass art from Italy, Finland and Sweden.
Blows, Bodies and Eye Contact
Thoroughly beaten boxers, artists who use themselves as paintbrushes and works that want to make eye contact. Danish contemporary art is fighting fit for the autumn auction in Copenhagen. Here, we weigh in on three of the hardest hitting works up for auction.