Bukowski is proud to present the Löwenadler Collection. The collection consists of fantastic art and decor from the home one of Sweden's most renowned art dealers, Jan Eric Löwenadler. Throughout his life, Jan Eric Löwenadler continuously expanded and diversified his collection, drawing inspiration from past decades and countries all over the world. Each item in turn has a rich history in itself, accompanying Jan Eric Löwenadler as he moved from country to country, living in homes that deeply reflected his great passion for interior design. This collection is an homage to the big artist names Jan Eric came across in his lifetime, as well as to the grand tastes of times gone by.
Jan Eric Löwenadler lived as he learned. He considered a collector to be a combination of an art historian, stockbroker and decorator. His friends describe him as incredibly knowledgeable, a lover of beauty and an incurable truth-seeker, as well as a conversationalist of his like. Jan Eric was for some time one of the world's most successful art dealers - well-known for his impeccable taste and bright personality.
Important works in the collection are Keith Haring's Untitled I-III, acquired directly from the artist with an estimate of 600.000 – 800.000 SEK, along with Francesco Clemente's ’Two Girls’, with an estimate of 400.000 – 500.000 SEK. Moreover, the well-known self-portrait of Cecilia Edefalk, ’Self-portrait with a gun’ with an estimate of SEK 300'000, is also included in the collection. One of the more personal and interesting lot numbers is Jan Eric's significant and extensive reference library of art literature, which will be sold as one lot with an estimate of 250.000 – 300.000 SEK.
Jan Eric's interior interest and taste for beautiful things is reflected in the department for works of art. In his home, he mixed old furniture of fine quality with glass and metal elements from the 1980’s. Excellent examples are a desk, a so-called Bureau Plat with an estimate of SEK 450.000 – 500.000 SEK, a magnificent Baroque mirror with an estimate of SEK 200.000 SEK, and his specially ordered dining table and sideboard from Grant Larkin from the 1980’s, collectively estimated at 150.000 SEK.
”We are very proud of the confidence bestowed upon us to present and sell this unique home and collection”, says Björn Extergren, Head of Consignment & Sales Department, Fine art. ”Learning to know a person's unique collecting through a lifetime is always captivating.”
Viewing: March 5 – 9, Berzelii Park in Stockholm
Open hours: Mon–Fri 11 a.m – 6 p.m, Sat – Sun 11 a.m – 5 p.m
Auction: 10 March, 6 p.m, Arsenalsgatan 2 in Stockholm
You can bid with a paddle in the auction room, by phone, by absentee bidding, or by live online. Choose the option you find the most convenient. Please notice that if you are an online customer, you need to be approved as a hammer auction customer to be able to bid at the auction. This rule applies regardless if you choose to bid in the auction room, online, by phone or by absentee bidding. Contact email@example.com to get the approval or if you have any further questions.
You can participate in the auction in real time via a computer. To submit online bids in excess of SEK 3 million, we need a bank reference. Please email our customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org to be cleared for this level of online bidding.
When you bid by telephone, you are in contact by phone with one of our specialists who makes the bids on your behalf in the auction room. To be contacted by telephone, you need to submit your application for phone bidding by 8 PM on the day before the auction.
If you are a new customer, register first, then fill out our telephone bidding application form and email it to email@example.com Please specify the catalogue number of the lot, your full name, customer number, and the telephone number(s) where you can be reached during the auction.
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Please specify the catalogue number, your full name, address and the telephone number(s) where you can be reached during the auction.
Register at Bukowskis, Arsenalsgatan 2 in Stockholm from 9 AM at the day of the auction.
If you need any assistance before the auction, do not hesitate to contact our customer service at +46 8 614 08 00.
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Payment must be made within 8 working days of the end of the auction. Payments for items purchased by private individuals with an address in Sweden, Finland, Germany or Austria for total amounts of up to SEK 300,000 are made via Klarna’s payment service. Payment options, e.g. card payments or invoice, are shown on the payment page. Payments are made via bukowskis.com under ”My pages”. Payments for commercial customers and for private individuals for total amounts exceeding SEK 300,000 will be invoiced by Bukowski Auktioner AB. You will find your invoice at ”My pages” at bukowskis.com. Payment may also be made at the auction itself at Bukowskis’ premises at Berzelii Park. Please note that payments cannot be made in cash.
During the auction 10 March and until and included 12 March it is possible for you to collect your paid objects and unsold objects at Bukowskis Arsenalsgatan 2 in Stockholm. Opening hours: Mon–Fri 9 am–5 pm.
Please note: You can´t collect your items on Friday 13 March
As from March 14 all objects are available to be collected at Bukowskis, Västberga Allé 3 in Hägersten. See opening hours >
As from March 23th a storage fee 50 SEK per item and day will be charged for uncollected items. Full payment must been received by Bukowskis before lots can be collected.
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