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Sale: 484 / Art of the 19th Century, May 24. 2019 in Munich Lot 119000037

Lot description
Einsames Land. 1896.
Oil on canvas.
Signed and barely legibly dated in lower left. Verso of the stretcher with several hand-written numbers and old, partly fragmentarily preserved labels. 95 x 160.5 cm (37.4 x 63.1 in).

PROVENANCE: Presumably Art Shop Max Michels, Munich.
Presumably Hugo Helbing, auction on April 14, 1931, lot 49 (from the invebntory of the aforementioned).
Neue Galerie Schönemann & Lampl, Berlin.
Internationales Kunst- und Auktionshaus Berlin, August 1, 1933, lot 433, illu. 7 (from the inventory of the aforementioned, the gallery was liquidated after the owner's death).
Private collection Baden-Württemberg.

EXHIBITION: Munich Secession, exhibition at the Royal Exhibition Building on Königsplatz, Munich 1896, cat. no. 427 (with illu.).
Annual Exhibition at Künstlerhaus, Vienna 1897, cat. no. 181 (no illu., verso of the stretcher with fragments of an exhibition label).
Leipziger Kunstverein (verso of the stretcher with the exhibition label).

LITERATURE: Paul Schultze-Naumburg, Die Internationale Ausstellung 1896 der Secession in München, in: Die Kunst für alle: Malerei, Plastik, Graphik, Architektur, 11.1895-1896, illu. on p. 37.
Friedrich von Boetticher, Malerwerke des 19. Jahrhunderts, Dresden 1891-1901 (reprint from 1969), vol. II.2, p. 1065, no. 7.

Ludwig von Zumbusch
Einsames Land, 1896.
Oil on canvas
€ 4,000 - 6,000

$ 4,480 - 6,720


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