Charioteer (c.1925)

RENÉE SINTENIS (1888-1965)

Etching; signed in pencil
In handmade frame covered with Curwen Press paper from the 1920s

21cm x 24cm in the frame


Renée Sintenis was Berlin’s original hipster artist, a bold and fashionable Weimar Frau who never shied away from using her image to sell her art. Once known worldwide as simply “The Sintenis”, sculptor Renée Sintenis is today chiefly remembered as the creator of the Berlinale’s Golden Bear.

 Renee Sintenis’s work has been offered at auction multiple times, the record price being 560,186 USD for Grose Daphne sold at Ketterer Kunst Munich in 2020.

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