Artist Paul Geissler and his Pictures and Prints
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Most prints of Paul Geissler have a value of about 30 - 60 US $.
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Prof. Paul Geissler was born in Erfurt Germany on June 25, 1881. He studied at
both the Erfurt Arts and Craft School and the Grand-Ducal School of Arts. He started
as a painter, but gave it up at some point to spend more time on etching. He moved
and traveled, but in 1943 was appointed prof. Many universities offered him a
post but he chose to stay independent. On May 30, 1965 he died.
|I cannot find any info on this etching by Paul Geissler, can you help me?||
|I recently bought 2 hand colored pics –old man and old woman with vegetables. I am attaching copies of pictures and signatures. In pencil it reads Paul Geissler 1952. Can you tell me if these are authentic and what their value is. Thank you in advance D S Wimberley, TX||
I would like to sell a Paul Geissler original print.
1922 signed Geissler of Köln am Rhein, Radierung (etching). Need approximate value. Thank you
Hello, I have an original etching of Roland in Bremen from prof. Paul Geissler. I am looking for information and value about this original work of art. this paint has a lable from FRANZ LEUWER bremen, please help me about this price. thanks alot. please answer to my question, tanx again.
Hello, I have an original etching of Roland in Bremen from Prof. Paul Geissler. I am looking for information and value about this original work of art. This paint has a lable from FRANZ LEUWER Bremen, please help me about this price. Thanks alot.
I have had an etching by Paul Geissler for many years, inherited from my late father, but never paid any attention to the signature, and indeed, for the last 20 years it has been stored away. It is a beautifully rendered etching of "The Rialto" in Venice, Italy (my title for it as I remember my Father saying). I believe he must have acquired it on a visit to Venice in the 1930's. It is about 11 X 7.5 inches. It is signed both in the plate and by pencil, now more faint with age, in the lower right hand corner. Although I have no immediate plans to sell it, could you let me know what you believe it to be worth at this point, 2010?
Thank you. Victor Hoffman
|I have 2 water-color, original signed pieces by Paul Geissler. Two of each are atached for your review. The actual water colors are approximately 10" x 7". It also appears that they are signed 'Joseph' Paul Geissler. Can you tell me about them and their worth? Thank you, Karin Hagyard||
My father was a professional artist his entire adult life. His name was J. Earl Brown and he was born in 1916 in Michigan. He attended Cranbrook Institute of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. while in his 20's. In the art work he left is a signed drawing by Paul Geissler. Did Mr. Geissler attend or teach at Cranbrook Institute of Art? Are you interested in seeing the drawing? Carson Brown
Hello. I have the Gemüsemann set of etchings by Prof. Paul Geissler. The set pictures an older man with a white mustache smoking a pipe and looking down at a pile of vegetables...+ and an old woman. My set contains has the word "original." but due to the placement of the etching over another line of writing, I cannot see the date.
We purchased ours at a garage sale in Collingwood Ontario Canada and live in the US.
Thank you for any help you might be able to provide.
I am wondering if you could please tell me anything about the attached pictures.
I remember them from when I was a child & they have been packed & stored since 1975. hank you!! Regards, Elizabeth Busch
I didn't know anything about Paul Geissler until I found this site. I too have an 'original leadrawing' of his. My picture is of Notre Dame Paris. There are lots of people on the sidewalk and a horse and buggy going down the street. There is no date on it, but has two signatures, one on the actual picture that says Paul Geissler and the other is below the picture that says Prof Paul Geissler. There is only one piece of the frame left that is attached to the glass also size 12 1/2 x 16. The picture is still in tact in the mat, behind the glass, with the cardboard backing. Patricia Slacum-Leyendecker
I have acquired a colored etching signed in the left corner. One signature appears to be part of the etching and says: Paul Geissler 1920. Under this, in pencil the writing states: "Rothenburg O.T. Original. Radierung von Prof. Paul Geissler". Could you share any information you might have about this etching with me, please? I am interested in the value of the etching. I like it very much, so am not interested in this time in selling it, but would like to know more about it. Thank you, Martha
|Sir I have 4 pieces of artwork signed originals from Paul Geissler. I was wondering if you could let me know where I can get them appraised or tell me what they are worth. If you are interested in helping me out then I will send you the rest of the pictures. Thanks Matt||
Hi, I have just acquired an etching my Paul Geissler. It looks like someone has had it for a few years. I am pretty sure it is a cathedral. Paul Geissler signature is on the lower right which is underlined, and underneath is Milano, which is in the etching. In the lower left, outside of etching is the word Mailand. The lower right outside the etching reads, Original, Radierung von Prof Paul Geissler. Can you please tell me if it is an original or just a copy and how much it is valued at. Thankyou. Kind regards, Nancy.
|Hi, I was hoping you could help me. A few years back I received
an original signed black and white etching by Paul Geissler from my grandparents.
The piece is labeled "Roderbogen- Rothenburg II". And I don't have any knowledge
on the topic. So I was hoping you could give me some advice, as far as, the
value, where to sell it and so on. If you could I would forever be grateful.
have an original Nurnberg picture/ art work done by Prof Paul on the bottom of
picture it says: Nürnberg Original Radierung Prof. Paul Geissler
Does it have any value? Have A Great Day Dave
I have a signed and dated color etching by Paul Geissler of Independence Hall in Philadelphia from 1928. Any idea of it's value?
Hi, Came across your request
for information about Paul Geissler in my search on the internet. I have a few
prints dating back to 1920. If you received information about his etcfhings from
other sources, I would be glad to know what is known about the value of his work
at this time.Thank you.
Hello, I know nothing about the artist except that what I read on the website. I have two lovely etchings by Paul Geissler—Vegetable Man and Vegetable Woman. Would you be interested in purchasing them? I can send a picture and description if you like. Kay Pihl
I'm sorry, I don't know much about
Paul Geissler; only that I have a painting, which I have recently inherited from
my parents after their deaths, that has been in my life for as long as I can
remember. It has always been my favorite of all their paintings.
It was acquired in Germany probably around 1951, (my birth year - I was born in Frankfurt, G.) or there about. I can remember the painting in our home when I was 5 years old and still living in Germany. It is painted on a wooden plank measuring 15 5/8" x 11 5/8". It is not dated but is signed (printed), in red, in the lower left corner, by "Hugo Paul Geissler". (The ss is printed in the German style for the double "s".) The writing on the back says:
Am Plonlein im Rothenburg o.T. von Hugo Paul Geissler. There is an umlaut over the "o" in Plonlein. There is a of a portion of what is in the painting at http://www.moduni.de/product_info.php/products_id/7241323 . Not included in the photo (to the right) is a lower street, another tower with an arch through it and more buildings, four and two partial fronts before the tower. The tower has a "double" roof with a window in the front of the roof and four windows below that, one below the other, down the tower, with the arch below and the street continuing through the arch. Also, before the arch, there is a lantern hanging suspended from a "wire" from the right-most wall of the right-most building in the photo, on the upper street, over the street to one of the buildings on the lower street.
I did find, on Ebay.com, after entering the name Paul Geissler in the search space, an etching of the exact painting, it appears to be a winter scene; mine appears to be more a spring or summer scene. I've been trying to learn something about "Hugo" Paul Geissler and this beautiful piece of art. Any information you could share on this would be very much appreciated.
Thank you so much. Respectfully, Mark Turto
Hello, I have two etching from Paul Geissler and I am interested in selling them. I have contacted the web site and I did get a reply but this was a few years ago. I want to send pictures but I dont know where I should send them. I had the address and I misplaced it. I would appricriate it if you would write me back and give me some info. Thank You Sheryl
Market street and shootman fountain original hand etching by paul geissler what is a price when was it done
I have a
signed original etching, limited edition, titled View Through Arch of Townhall
In Muenster. Do you collect these???
Kim Bass San Diego, CA
My family was given a sketch by Professor Paul Geissler. It is of an older gentleman holding a pot of white flowers in his left hand. He is wearing reading glasses, a black hat, a blue shirt with a red scarf around his neck. The sketch is signed in the bottom right corner with the year 1951 below the signature, and there is German writing along the bottom of the sketch. I would appreciate any information you have on this. Thank you, Duayna
I recently came upon an original sketch by Paul Geissler. It is dated 1927 and is a sketch of the Colosseium in Rome. I would like to know about the value and where to sell it. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Kyle Gomez
Where can I find some etchings by him ... bought a home, very old and have one with his name on it we found, signature looks to be in pencil? I know nothing about this artist. want to know if I have something I should keep or sale, please help. thanks jani
While serving in the US Airforce in France in the early 1960's, I traveled to Germany and purchased two beautiful etchings. At the time I knew nothing about the artist, Paul Geissler. I am trying to find if the etchings are titled, and what their value might be. Both are signed, colored etchings on silk. One is of an elderly woman w/two canes, a basket of vegetables at her feet, and her apron held up in a "basket," also holding vegetables. Her tight hand is extending a plate on which there are other vegetables. It is signed "Paul Geissler," in the lower left hand corner. The second is of an elderly man, smoking a long pipe, standing next to a large basket containing vegetables. It is signed "Paul Geissler 1958" in the lower right hand corner. Both are matted (white) in simple frames. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am also looking for information on Paul Geissler. I may have 2 of his original etchings. Please contact me if you have been able to discover any more information than his biography. Thanks, Lucinda
I have recently acquired a hand tinted
engraving. Signed by the artist on the plate and signed and titled by the artist
in pencil on the margin. Elegantly matted and framed. Overall size 12 1/2" wide
by 16' high. Excellent condition. The dustpaper on the back of the frame bears
the seal of Haley & Steele, Art Dealers, 91 Newbury St., Boston, Mass.
I also have one of the Watch tower in Bern. Does anyone know the name of it? I also have one in Rome with the ruins in the background. Would like some information on them.
Dear Sir: I have five originally signed etchings (uncolored) by artist Paul Geissler in excellent condition--matted and framed. They were done in the mid-20's of scenes predominantly in Philadelphia, PA USA. They are of Independence Hall, Betsy Ross' house, Carpenter's Hall, Girard Trust Bank, and Ivy Hall at Yale University. I believe they may have been completed at the time of the 150th anniversary of the union of the United States. If you or anyone else is interested in seeing or showing these etchings (which have been in my family for at least 75 years), please let me know.
I have a Paul Geissler signed, colored
etching of a Rothenburg OT scene that was purchased in Rothenburg OT in 1956.
The scene is of the Roeder side street looking toward the Roeder Gate. The most
charming feature is the clothing shop in the right fore-front with a men's hats
on a hanging rack in front of the shop. There are also rolls of cloth in front
of the shop and a cloth cutter in the background. The etching was produced in
Does anyone have knowledge of this etching? Any information would be appreciated. Kenneth Loh
Hi! I have a print of Marienplatz in Munich, with the Glockenspiel in the background. It is a color etching, done in pencil, and signed, "Paul Gessler 1920". It is on ivory paper and the paper is a little over 14 inches wide and a little over 17 inches long. Under the picture on the right side is written "Munchen" and on the left side "original von Prof. Paul Geissler". Could you tell me how much this is worth? Thank you.
I have an original etching of a Cathedral by Von Prof. Paul Geissler. On the left corner Mailand is enscribed in pencil, on the right hand corner it is signed by Paul Geissler which is underlined and then Milano is underneath his signature. This must be the location of the cathedral. The etching is so detailed, with carvings of statues and saints, the scale of the people on the street gives the illusion that this cathedral is massive, there are two detailed buildings in the background. I am looking for information and value about this original work of art.
I would appreciate being contacted at: ZIPLOIDD777@aol.com . Or search Deborah Shemesh on the Internet.
I have three etching
original etchings by Prof. Paul Geissler , Entrance to the castle with watch
tower city of Nurnberg (Nurnberg), The castle New Schwanstein, and Cith of
Regensburg (Bavovio, portview 1921)
Who would I take it to for appraisal?
I have come upon a Paul
Geissler etcing approx 12 x16. It is framed and preserved in a plastic covering
that does not hinder the appearance of the picture. I have unable to determine
if the picture is of a castle or a cathedral. I am looking to see about the
value of this particular etching. I have been unable to locate it anyway on the
net. The etching is dated 1922 and the word original is written in the left hand
cover by the date. There is other written right off of the date but is it hard
to read due to penmanship. Over in the right cover is clearly Paul Geissler. Can
you help me any of my questions?
My grandfather Theodore V. Geissler visited Paul Geissler's studio in Germany
in the 1964-5 range. Paul was ill and not able to see any one. My grandfather
born 1890 was positive his grandfather Karl/Charles/Chas Daniel Geissler was
part of the same family as the artist.
Does anyone know about the artist Paul Geissler's family of origin? Thanks GeisslerFamTree@aol.com
Could you send
me some info in this German Artist Paul Geissler. Specifically on the etching
Gemusemann and the matching etching of an elderly women.
thanks, Kailtin Love
I have 8 etchings of Paul
Geissler, 3 are dated in the 1920's, all say original renderings by Von
Professor Paul Geissler, they are mostly street scenes or churches, ranging from
Hamburg, Paris, Venice, Munich, Nuremberg, Rome, absolutely beautiful , and I
would like to know approximately what they are worth. and/or where I can sell
them. They are preserved in a mat like folder with tissue paper over the image,
signed in the image and also in the margin, in pencil. Looks to be in the
original packaging ,they are in great shape, paper is getting to be a little
discolored but not much. always stored.
Thank you very much for your help
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