מכירה פומבית 6 ישראליאנה , אמנות ישראלית ואוסף של אספן ותיק מדרום אפריקה A Happy and Healthy New Year!
יום ראשון, 15.9.19 (הזמן המקומי שלך)
ישראל
 רחוב התעשיה 3, קומה 3. אזור תעשיה, רעננה.

אוסף מוצע של אספן גדול מדרום אפריקה שעלה לארץ ישראל השנה.

פריטים 231-392 (תכשיטים, פורצלנים, ציורים, כלי הגשה וארוח ועוד...)
שנות טובות נדירות, אמנות ישראלית, וישראליאנה...

."In honor of the upcoming Jewish New Year, we have many early and very rare "Shanot Tovot
(Also in the catalog are religious books, rare postcards and art (original and lithographs 
 (231-392) A highlight is a very special collection from a South African collector
Unique pieces of jewelry, porcelain, serving dishes and art.

המכירה הסתיימה

פריט 439:

מרסל ינקו - ליטוגרפיה חתומה וממוספרת 73/200, מתוך "סיפורי התנ"ך". טכניקת S.S 46 ס"מ גובה, 40 רוחב. לא ממוסגר

נמכר ב: $30
מחיר פתיחה:
$ 30
עמלת בית המכירות: 20% לפרטים נוספים
מע"מ: על העמלה בלבד

Marcel Janco (1895-1984) was a Romanian and Israeli visual artist, architect and art theorist. He was the co-inventor of Dadaism and a leading exponent of Constructivism in Eastern Europe. In the 1910s, he co-edited, with Ion Vinea and Tristan Tzara, the Romanian art magazine Simbolul. Janco was a practitioner of Art Nouveau, Futurism and Expressionism before contributing his painting and stage design to Tzara's literary Dadaism. He parted with Dada in 1919, when he and painter Hans Arp founded a Constructivist circle, Das Neue Leben.
Reunited with Vinea, he founded Contimporanul, the influential tribune of the Romanian avant-garde, advocating a mix of Constructivism, Futurism and Cubism. At Contimporanul, Janco expounded a "revolutionary" vision of urban planning. He designed some of the most innovative landmarks of downtown Bucharest. He worked in many art forms, including illustration, sculpture and oil painting.
Janco was one of the leading Romanian Jewish intellectuals of his generation. Targeted by antisemitic persecution before and during World War II, he emigrated to British Palestine in 1941. He won the Dizengoff Prize and Israel Prize, and was a founder of Ein Hod, a utopian art colony, controversially built over a depopulated Palestinian Arab village (itself relocated to Ein Hawd).
Janco was a highly acclaimed and respected artist, one with a fascinating life story and journey.