Christie’s Germany

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Christie’s has a long-standing presence in Germany, serving to celebrate the country’s rich history and tradition of creating and collecting art. 2021 marked our 50th anniversary in the region, and 2022 brings a host of new and exciting opportunities. Supported by the unparalleled expertise of our representative team on site, alongside our global network of specialists, we offer collectors and enthusiasts unprecedented access to a world of extraordinary objects.



Upcoming auctions near you





Christie’s Amsterdam holds two Post-War and Contemporary online auctions each year — in April and November — alongside private collection sales.



Exceptional results

Exceptional results with German art and collections

  • Franz Marc (1880-1916)

    The Foxes (Die Füchse) signed with initial ‘M.’ (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    34 3/4 x 26 1/4 in. (88.3 x 66.4 cm.)
    Painted in 1913
    Price realised
    £42,654,500
    Estimate
    Estimate on Request

    WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR THE ARTIST

    London, 1 March 2022 | 20th/2st Century: London Evening Sale

  • George Grosz (1893–1959)

    Gefährliche Straße, 1918
    oil on canvas
    18 5/8 x 25 3/4 in. (47.3 x 65.3 cm.)
    Painted in July 1918
    Price Realised
    £9,740,250
    Estimate
    £4,500,000–6,500,000

    WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR THE ARTIST

    London, 5 February 2020 | Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale

  • Daniel Richter (b. 1962)

    Tarifa, 2001
    oil on canvas
    137 ¾ x 110 ¼in. (350 x 280cm.)
    Painted in 2001
    Price Realised
    £1,162,500
    Estimate
    £600,000–800,000

    WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR THE ARTIST

    London, 22 October 2020 | Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale

  • Emil Nolde (1867–1956)

    Herbstmeer XVI, 1911
    oil on canvas
    36 ½ x 42 ½ in. (92.7 x 108 cm.)
    Painted in 2001
    Price Realised
    US$7,344,500
    Estimate
    US$6,000,000–8,000,000

    WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR THE ARTIST

    New York, 6 October 2020 | 20th Century Evening Sale

  • Günther Förg (1952–2013)

    Untitled, 1990
    acrylic on lead on wood, in twenty-two parts
    each: 23 7/8 x 16in. (60.5 x 40.5cm.)
    Executed in 1990
    Price Realised
    £1,331,250
    Estimate
    £1,000,000–1,500,000

    WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR THE ARTIST

    London, 12 February 2020 | Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale

  • Walter Dexel (1890–1973)

    Segelschiff I, 1922
    oil on burlap
    28 3/8 x 21 5/8 in. (72.1 x 55.1 cm.)
    Painted in 1922
    Price Realised
    £671,250
    Estimate
    £200,000–300,000

    London, 6 February 2020 | Impressionist & Modern Art Day Sale

  • Albert Oehlen (b. 1954)

    Mission Rohrfrei (Down Periscope), 1996
    acrylic, oil and inkjet on canvas
    84 ¼ x 107 5/8in. (214 x 273.5cm.)
    Executed in 1996
    Price Realised
    £3,191,250
    Estimate
    £1,800,000–2,500,000

    London, 12 February 2020 | Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale



Sell with Christie’s

Your collection. Our expertise.

The Christie’s offices in Germany have been involved in a large number of consignments that have gone on to be sold around the world. From Old Master paintings and jewellery to contemporary and Impressionist masterpieces as well as distinguished private collections, we work closely with our network of representatives to source items from every category sold at Christie’s.

Our German offices are currently inviting consignments to our upcoming auctions. To schedule a complimentary and confidential valuation of your property, we invite you to get in touch with one of our specialists or try our online auction estimate service.



Contact us

Christiane-Grafin-Rantzau
Christine Huyn
Eva-Susanne-Schweizer

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