The first auction house to internationalise the Nordic paintings market, Sotheby’s has been active in this field for over thirty years. Over three decades, we have focused buyers from around the globe on Nordic art, to the extent that 80% by value of Nordic art sold at Sotheby’s in London over the past five years has been to non-Nordic buyers.

Offering Nordic art at auction in London results in the highest prices. Sotheby’s holds the world record price for any work of art from each of the Nordic countries: Norway (Edvard Munch), Sweden (August Strindberg), Denmark (Vilhelm Hammershøi), and Finland (Helene Schjerfbeck). We also hold record auction prices for numerous other notable artists from the region, from Harald Sohlberg and Nikolai Astrup to Albert Edelfelt.

Held twice-yearly in London, our sales of 19th Century European Paintings provide the ideal platform for reaching a global audience and realising the highest prices. In May 2015 we achieved a new world-record price for a work by Vilhelm Hammershøi of £2 million, beating the record set in our sale in May 2012.

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The first auction house to internationalise the Nordic paintings market, Sotheby’s has been active in this field for over thirty years. Over three decades, we have focused buyers from around the globe on Nordic art, to the extent that 80% by value of Nordic art sold at Sotheby’s in London over the past five years has been to non-Nordic buyers.

Offering Nordic art at auction in London results in the highest prices. Sotheby’s holds the world record price for any work of art from each of the Nordic countries: Norway (Edvard Munch), Sweden (August Strindberg), Denmark (Vilhelm Hammershøi), and Finland (Helene Schjerfbeck). We also hold record auction prices for numerous other notable artists from the region, from Harald Sohlberg and Nikolai Astrup to Albert Edelfelt.

Held twice-yearly in London, our sales of 19th Century European Paintings provide the ideal platform for reaching a global audience and realising the highest prices. In May 2015 we achieved a new world-record price for a work by Vilhelm Hammershøi of £2 million, beating the record set in our sale in May 2012.

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如您有興趣在蘇富比北歐繪畫部門之拍賣會上拍您的藏品,請按此閱覽詳情。
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 6404
NEW YORK:
+1 212 606 7140
PARIS
+33:
+33 1 53 05 53 10

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Claude Piening
Senior Director, Head of Department, London, 19th Century European Paintings
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Richard Lowkes
Deputy Director, Specialist, 19th Century European Paintings
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The first auction house to internationalise the Nordic paintings market, Sotheby’s has been active in this field for over thirty years. Over three decades, we have focused buyers from around the globe on Nordic art, to the extent that 80% by value of Nordic art sold at Sotheby’s in London over the past five years has been to non-Nordic buyers.

Offering Nordic art at auction in London results in the highest prices. Sotheby’s holds the world record price for any work of art from each of the Nordic countries: Norway (Edvard Munch), Sweden (August Strindberg), Denmark (Vilhelm Hammershøi), and Finland (Helene Schjerfbeck). We also hold record auction prices for numerous other notable artists from the region, from Harald Sohlberg and Nikolai Astrup to Albert Edelfelt.

Held twice-yearly in London, our sales of 19th Century European Paintings provide the ideal platform for reaching a global audience and realising the highest prices. In May 2015 we achieved a new world-record price for a work by Vilhelm Hammershøi of £2 million, beating the record set in our sale in May 2012.

拍品徵集

如您有興趣在蘇富比北歐繪畫部門之拍賣會上拍您的藏品,請按此閱覽詳情。
LONDON:
+44 (0)20 7293 6404
NEW YORK:
+1 212 606 7140
PARIS
+33:
+33 1 53 05 53 10