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Wanted: Sell your 19th Century Marine Painting

We are looking for works by:

Bohrdt, Hans (German, 1857-1945) - Oilpaintings on canvas, Goauche, Tempera
Lived and worked in Berlin, Germany
Seascapes and Marine Art, Coastal Views, Yachting Scenes, Imperial German Warships, Sea Battles
Starting at Euro 1.000 (Germany). Prices depend on subject, size, date, quality and condition. Please send an e-mail to receive an exact offer for your work (free of charge for persons considering to sell their painting).
Hans Bohrdt was one the marine artists working for the German Kaiser Wilhelm II. He was also in charge as an artist on the journeys of the Kaiser to Norway and Italy at the turn of the century. Many of his seascapes depict ships form the Imperial Fleet and they are executed in a patriotic style. He exhibited his works after 1881 in Berlin, Munich and Dusseldorf and became Professor in Berlin.
The FineArtEmporium is interested in the direct purchase of fine works with YACHTING motifs (no other scenes) by Hans Bohrdt and can pay a good price. Please refer to our page "Contact" and send an e-mail to with the information requested there. You will receive an answer usually within 48-72 hours (up to a week in rare cases).

Example of a picture by Hans Bohrdt:

Bohrdt, Hans 
Typical works by this marine artist from Private Collections and the Art Trade

The Kaiser Saling Yacht "Meteor" at a Yacht Race 1894, signed and dated, Gouache, 56 x 76 cm, Private Collection Northern Germany

Please note, that we have no photos or additional information about the above ship(s) or painting(s). The paintings are only shown as examples of works by the artist and are NOT for sale. If you are interested to check paintings available for purchase please refer to our For Sale Category. Thank you

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