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Sale: 474 / Art of the 19th Century, Nov. 23. 2018 in Munich Lot 118001621

 
Lot description
Alter Lotse. Ca. 1890.
Charcoal - and chalk drawing.
Cf. Eberle 1890/9. Lower left monogrammed. Verso with hand-written number and inscribed on backing board. On smooth gray-brown wove paper. 45.3 x 30.3 cm (17.8 x 11.9 in) , the full sheet (with a small paper loss in lower third of right margin).
Sheet from a series of studies that Liebermann made at the sailor's home in Zandvoort, showing old sailors peeling potatoes, mending clothes, packing and enjoying their pipes in their chambers. Our drawing seems to have served as model for the oil painting "Der alte Lotse - Alter Fischer im Interieur" from 1890/91, today part of a private collection, which also shows an old, pipe smoking man (cf. Eberle 1890/9). [FS].

PROVENANCE: Private collection Hamburg.

118001621
Max Liebermann
Alter Lotse, Ca. 1890.
Charcoal
Estimate:
€ 8,000 - 10,000

 
$ 9,280 - 11,600

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