RESULTS: Christie’s 19th Century European Art, South Kensington, 12 September 2013

The 19th Century European Art, Including Orientalist Art auction on 12 September realised a total of £584,313 /$923,799 /€693,580 and was sold 73% by value and 56% by lot.


110 lots sold

Total: £584,313 /$923,799 /€693,580

     56% sold by lot

196 lots offered

$1.581 = £1 / €1.187 =£1

    73% sold by value




Estimate (£)

Price Realised



The caravan at dusk

signed and dated 'Eugène Girardet 75' (lower right)

Oil on canvas

10,000 - 20,000






The centre of attention

signed 'G Zocchi' (lower right)

Oil on canvas laid down on board

10,000 - 15,000






Georges Jeannin (French, 1841-1925)

Oil on canvas

7,000 - 10,000





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