News about Bavarian Antique
Franz von Stuck painting rediscovered after century out of public eye
LONE JACK, Mo. – A Met-exhibited artwork by the influential German Secessionist painter Franz von Stuck (né Franz Stuck, 1863-1928) has been rediscovered after being out of public sight for more than a century. It will be auctioned on September 23 by Soulis Auctions, with absentee and Internet live bidding through LiveAuctioneers.
German museum displays 500 years’ worth of mechanical marvels
DRESDEN, Germany – Automata, androids and robots – they now dominate our professional and private environments and are expressions of the human desire to create artificial life. The Mathematisch-Physikalischer Salon (Mathematical and Physical Salon) and the Museum fur Sachsische Volkskunst and Puppentheatersammlung (Museum of Saxon Folk Art and Puppet Theater Collection), both part of Staatliche […]
Antique technology found new appreciation at Auction Team Breker sale
COLOGNE, Germany – Auction Team Breker’s second outing into the world of antique and collectable technology this spring, which came in the form of a sale held on May 14, highlighted the extensive antique typewriter collection of retired San Jose teacher James “Jim” Rauen.
Jurassic Park spurs new generation of fossil collectors
NEW YORK — Dinosaurs have not walked the earth in millions of years but they remain a source of fascination. People of all ages still dig them, literally and figuratively. Not only are dinosaur fossils of high interest, they are pop culture icons. On the eve of the 29th anniversary of the release of Jurassic […]