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November 2025, 2021
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LOT 97

Lot 97

Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)

Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)
Lot 97 Details
Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924), Austrian


Oil on braced panel; signed lower left, titled and inscribed "No. 1153" in pen and ink to label verso
12.25 ins x 18.9 ins; 31.1 cms x 48 cms

Estimate $1,500-$2,500

Realised: $3,000
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)
  • Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)
  • Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)
  • Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)
  • Adolf (Constantin) Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924)

With Rolland Ulrich Arts Services, Montreal;
Private Collection, Ontario


Adolf Constantin Baumgartner-Stoiloff (1850-1924) was famous for his portrayals of 19th century Russia. Originally born in Austria, Baumgartner-Stoiloff studied at the St. Petersburg Imperial Academy of Fine Arts in the 1880s.


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LOT 97

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