Adolf Loos Apartment and Gallery - Leader of Czech Auctions

WE HOLD ALL THE HIGHEST AUCTION RECORDS IN CZECH REPUBLIC. 
 
1st place - Toyen, Circus, 1925 - price 3.059.900 EUR. The world auction record of the author.
2nd place - Toyen, La Dame de Pique, 1926 - price 3 025 000 EUR. 
3rd place - Oskar Kokoschka, Prague – View from the Monastery of the Knights of the Cross with a Red Star, 1934 - price 2.906.950 EUR. The painter's world auction record from his period in Prague.
4th place - Frantisek Kupka, Series C I., 1935 - price 2.300.000 EUR.
5th place - Frantisek Kupka, Form of Blue, 1913 - price 2.250.000 EUR.
6th place . Toyen, Serenade, 1924 - 1925 - price 1.940.000 EUR. The painter's world auction record from her "naive" period.
7th place - Oskar Kokoschka, Frogs, 1968 - price 1.400.000 EUR.
The painter's world auction record from his post-war period.
8th place - Jan Preisler, Three girls in the Woods, 1906 - price 1.116.920 EUR. The world auction record of the author.
 
We hold most of the author's records of Czech painters, for example: 
 
Pravoslav Kotik, Recreation, 1946, oil on canvas, price 123.240 EUR. Auction record of the author.
Vlaho Bukovac, Girl in Orange Scarf, 1909, oil on canvas, price 109.800 EUR. Auction record of the author. 
Olbram Zoubek, Ifigenie, 1986, bronze, price 123.370 EUR. The most expensive sculpture of czech artist auctioned in the Czech Republic.
Frantisek Drtikol, The Bow, 1928, pigment print, price 82.000 EUR. Auction record of the author and the most expensive photograph auctioned in the Czech Republic.
Passion of the Saint Barbara, 14th century, gold and tempera on wooden panel, price 538.000 EUR. The most expensive Old Master painting ever sold at an auction in the Czech Republic.
Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Untitled, acrylic, pigment and soap bubbles on canvas, price 95.860 EUR. Auction record of the author.