27 November 2012
Félix Elie Tobeen (1880-1938)
Bol et citrons
signed (scratched) 'Tobeen' (lower right); and signed again and inscribed with title (on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
40.5 x 33 cm.
Painted circa 1930.
Acquired by the present owner in 2001.
Contact Client Service
New York +1 212 636 2000
London +44 (0)20 7839 9060
Asia +852 2760 1766
Ansenk, p. 246 (illustrated).
Huber-Spanier, no. 108, pp. 114, 139 (illustrated, dated circa 1930).
Deurne, Museum De Wieger, 2003, no. 88.
'' + '' 21% VAT applies to both the hammer price and the buyer''s premium. The premium is 51.25% incl. VAT over the first €20.000, plus 45.2% incl. VAT of the hammer price between €20,001 and €800.000, plus 35.52% of any amount in excess of €800.000.
Four Impressionist and Modern Art auctions across 20th Century total $230,040,000
Post-war & Contemporary Art specialist Emily Kaplan on the ‘exquisite ocean drawings’ and starry night skies made by an artist who is ‘having a moment’
Meredith Etherington-Smith talks to the curator of Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage, an intriguing show in Edinburgh
Calder in Melbourne, Murakami in Hong Kong, Picasso in Beijing — our updated guide to the best shows across the rest of the world this summer and beyond
This homage to Van Gogh — created for the great couturier’s Spring-Summer 1988 collection — comes to auction in Paris on 27 November
A 360-view of our Paris Design sale, featuring exceptional works by Jean-Michel Frank, Alberto Giacometti and Charlotte Perriand