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Ketterer Kunst's new website offers high-quality artworks in the lower and medium price range
Marc Chagall, Athene führt das Schiff Telemachs. Color lithograph, 1974, 54 x 38,5 cm (21.2 x 15.1 in). Starting price: € 1.250.
MUNICH.- Ketterer Kunst has been successfully co-operating with the online auction platform www.fine-art-auctions.com for more than five years. Now the time has come to expand under one's own name. On this new website the renowned auction house offers high-quality artworks in the lower and medium price range – all under its trusted name.

The new auction platform offers up to 100 top-quality objects by internationally acknowledged artists every day. One can find works by classics such as Joan Miró (“Lithographie I“, starting price: € 3.440), Joseph Beuys (“Meerengel zwei Robben“, starting price € 1.370), Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (“Christus unter den Frauen“, starting price: € 1.780) and Friedensreich Hundertwasser (“Die Mauer“, starting price: € 3.400). Works by contemporary artists such as Günther Uecker (“Kein Fehler im System“, starting price: € 830) and James Rizzi (“Nude girls“, starting price: € 2.050) as well as by renowned names like Gerhard Richter (“Schweizer Alpen I“, starting price: € 3.400), Andy Warhol (“Comittee“, starting price: € 2.970) and Pablo Picasso (“Grosse prostituée, sorcière à la chouette et voyageur en sabots“, starting price: € 5.770) are also on the auction list.

The advantages of the new website are obvious: Art from the 15th to the 21st century can be acquired 24 hours a day. The name Ketterer Kunst stands for quailty and authenticity. Additionally, all works on offer can be viewed in the company's Munich head office. Another benefit is the price calculation - instead of having to add buyer's premium, VAT, packaging, shipping and insurance to the hammer price, the bid that wins the lot is the final price.



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