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Nazi Art
This artwork is one of the most famous in the Third Reich and was painted by SS-Obersturmführer and Professor Carl Diebitsch.
The name of the art piece is "Mutter." (I interviewed Professor Diebitsch in 1983.) He was also the originator of the SS-Allach porcelain works.

 

 

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Wonderful Belt from Wagnerian Saga (Item ART 3-1)

DESCRIPTION:   This is a fantastic all-silver belt that depicts in its panels the Wagnerian legends. The buckle arrangement shows Siegfried forging the sword "Nothung" in the cave of the Niebelungen. With him is possibly Alberich, the Niebelung. In the next buckle panel the depiction is Siegfried as he slays the dragon. Other panels have Celtic or Teutonic depictions of mounted warriors and mythological beasts. The links are formed using the design of crossed Teutonic bows. The buckle fastener is formed of Celtic-looking reptiles devouring each other. This is a beautifully designed Germanic art piece.
    On the back of the buckles there are small plaques with the stamping "Wagner Berlin." This is one of the companies where fine jewelry of the Third Reich period was manufactured. Through a really special deal we purchased a rather large accumulation of jewelry at the Stuttgart show. Much of this jewelry was of obvious Third Reich origins in design; however, like this piece, many of the items were not of a Nazi nature at all or at least not swastika marked.
     We had to buy it all! Some of the pieces were fine costume jewelry and even items of religious significance. Some were items of great significant artistic value such as this belt and then there were items of wonderful historic importance. See Victory Rings in the "SS" and "Wehrmacht" sections. Also see the von Tschammer Olympic Ring under the "1936 Olympics" section.
This silver belt remains one of the finest of the recovered items and perhaps the grandest. It is not studded with jewels. It is studded with history and Deutsches saga! It measures 31 ½ inches when laid out full. Buckle is 2 inches tall.

PRICE: $2,850.00

 

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Reich's Culture Chamber Stickpin (Item ART 3-2 & PINS 8-17)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the most sought-after and rare of all stickpins. It is for the Reichskulturkammer, RKK. This was the inner party organization that managed and directed, museums, art galleries, etc., in the world of Teutonic culture. This is extremely rare and one of the most beautifully designed pins of the Third Reich. This stickpin is well marked with the signature of the very famous firm of Deschler in Munich. It is also marked with the traditional "Ges. Gesch." The item is in genuine 800 silver. We have four of these items.

PRICE: $325.00

 

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NS Porcelain Statuary, Najade (Item ART 3-3)

DESCRIPTION: This is a statue by the very famous artist Professor Fritz Klimsch, born in Frankfurt February 10, 1870 and was offspring of a generation of artists. At the age of 15 Klimsch decided to become a sculptor. At 24 he received the Grand State Prize of the Royal Academy of the Arts in 1894. A long trip to Greece confirms the influence of antique statuary on him. He then produced numerous busts: Sven Hedin, Ludendorff, Liebermann, Max Planck, Schlieffen, etc. He continued to refine his style after 1918 and mainly sculpted female figures from mythology: Flora, Daphne, Psyche, Nereide, which add even more to his renown. Appointed professor in the College of Fine Arts in Berlin Charlottenburg; a position he held until 1934. He had many students who became quite famous in their own right to include the founder of the I.G. Farben industry Carl Duisberg who died in 1936. Many of the drawings of Klimsch are featured in Not Geld (the emergency money of the great inflation of the 1920's). From 1934 through 1936 he was supervisor of a Meister studio for the sculptor at the Berlin Academy of the Arts and later yielded his post to Richard Scheibe in order to devote himself entirely to his work and to the orders that were rolling in. He did many Third Reich sculptures such as statuary for the Luftwaffe Communications School and called it Der Kämpfer in Wind und Sonne. For the Ministry of Propaganda in Berlin he did the statue Beschaulichkeit. In 1939 for J. Goebbel's property in the garden of that ministry he did Brunnengruppe. In 1940 he did statuary for Ribbontrop's Foreign Office gardens and many others. In 1945, while his third son (he lost his first two in WWI) was fighting at the front, Klimsch left Berlin after a bombardment which partially destroyed his studio and moved to Saltzburg and continued his work on various monument projects. However, when the American troops entered Salzburg they plundered his new studio and trashed most of his work. Forced to leave Salzburg he moved to Baden into a peasant house in the upper Black Forest and recommenced his work and turned out many fine sculptures. During his time at work in the Third Reich he was treated as the master he was and some of his finest monumental statuary was produced as well as figural nudes that were his particular specialty. The firm of Rosenthal in the 1930's featured many of his works including the sculpture we offer here. Note the Rosenthal advertisements from the Third Reich magazine Kunst in Deutschen Reich. We also show others of his sculptures for comparison. Professor Klimsch was one the GREATS of the art world and of the National Socialist era. Here we present Najade, one of Prof. Klimsch's most alluring figures and was produced in limited edition. In our pictures you will see an original ad for this figure by Rosenthal, one of the premier porcelain companies that originated in Selb Bavaria and produced many figures during the Nazi regime. Prof. Klimsch was one of their most prolific and favorite sculptures and his works were practically the logo and symbol of this prestigious company. Many of the top officials of the Reich were collectors of Klimsch-Rosenthal porcelains, especially Dr. Goebbels, Christian Weber, Hermann Göring, and Adolf Wagner, Gaulieter of Bavaria. The classic lines and fine features go far to depict the beauty of the Aryan woman in the true Third Reich art form. This rare porcelain figure is in perfect condition and measure 16 inches from her extended fingertips to her toes. From her seat to the top of her head is about 11 inches. The bottom of the statue is covered with stick-on tabs to help stabilize the figure when sitting upon the surface of whatever it is placed on. This is wonderful, beautiful example of Third Reich art by one of the more famous of the artists of this era of realistic portrayal.

PRICE: $1,450.00

 

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NS Porcelain Statuary, Hockende (Item ART 3-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a statue by the very famous artist Professor Fritz Klimsch, born in Frankfurt February 10, 1870 and was offspring of a generation of artists. At the age of 15 Klimsch decided to become a sculptor. At 24 he received the Grand State Prize of the Royal Academy of the Arts in 1894. A long trip to Greece confirms the influence of antique statuary on him. He then produced numerous busts: Sven Hedin, Ludendorff, Liebermann, Max Planck, Schlieffen, etc. He continued to refine his style after 1918 and mainly sculpted female figures from mythology: Flora, Daphne, Psyche, Nereide, which add even more to his renown. Appointed professor in the College of Fine Arts in Berlin Charlottenburg; a position he held until 1934. He had many students who became quite famous in their own right to include the founder of the I.G. Farben industry Carl Duisberg who died in 1936. Many of the drawings of Klimsch are featured in Not Geld (the emergency money of the great inflation of the 1920's). From 1934 through 1936 he was supervisor of a Meister studio for the sculptor at the Berlin Academy of the Arts and later yielded his post to Richard Scheibe in order to devote himself entirely to his work and to the orders that were rolling in. He did many Third Reich sculptures such as statuary for the Luftwaffe Communications School and called it Der Kämpfer in Wind und Sonne. For the Ministry of Propaganda in Berlin he did the statue Beschaulichkeit. In 1939 for J. Goebbel's property in the garden of that ministry he did Brunnengruppe. In 1940 he did statuary for Ribbontrop's Foreign Office gardens and many others. In 1945, while his third son (he lost his first two in WWI) was fighting at the front, Klimsch left Berlin after a bombardment which partially destroyed his studio and moved to Saltzburg and continued his work on various monument projects. However, when the American troops entered Salzburg they plundered his new studio and trashed most of his work. Forced to leave Salzburg he moved to Baden into a peasant house in the upper Black Forest and recommenced his work and turned out many fine sculptures. During his time at work in the Third Reich he was treated as the master he was and some of his finest monumental statuary was produced as well as figural nudes that were his particular specialty. The firm of Rosenthal in the 1930's featured many of his works including the sculpture we offer here. Note the Rosenthal advertisements from the Third Reich magazine Kunst in Deutschen Reich. We also show others of his sculptures for comparison. Professor Klimsch was one the GREATS of the art world and of the National Socialist era. Here we present Hockende, one of the most exotic and alluring figures. This sculpture, produced by the Rosenthal company, sold more figures than possibly an nude figure in art history. It was a limited edition at first then because of its immense popularity it came out in several further editions. Rosenthal was based from 1879 in Selb, Bavaria and produced some of the finest porcelain in existence. Its heyday was actually in the National Socialist regime. It was one of the very best companies, but they kept its pieces affordable to the general public unlike the very expensive products of Meissen, KPM, Nymphonburg, and Hutschen-Reuther. Professor Klimsch was a favored artist for Rosenthal and he was certainly its most prolific sculptors and his works were practically a logo for the advertisements of this prestigious company. The Rosenthal firm produced many of it most popular themes during the N.S. regime. Many of the N.S. party leaders were collectors of Klimsch-Rosenthal figures to include Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Hermann Göring, Christian Weber, and Adolf Wagner. The classic lines and noble features go far to depict the beauty of the Aryan woman in the true Third Reich art form. This rare porcelain figure is in perfect, unchipped condition and measures 16 inches form the bottom of the base to the top of her head. The base measures about 8 inches in diameter. She measures about 6 ¼ inches across her shoulders and form knees to back of the buttocks she is about 9 inches. Here is one of the most beautiful sculptures of the Third Reich and with the Rosenthal marking making it an elegant and historically important item of artistic value seldom matched or found today.

PRICE: $1,350.00

 

 

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