Sale: 494 / Modern Art, Dec. 07. 2019 in Munich Lot 425

 
425
Christian Rohlfs
Frauenakt mit gelbem Blumenstrauß (Mädchen auf der Wiese), Um 1905.
Oil on canvas
Estimate:
€ 30,000 - 40,000

 
$ 33,000 - 44,000

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Lot description
Frauenakt mit gelbem Blumenstrauß (Mädchen auf der Wiese). Um 1905.
Oil on canvas.
Vogt 377. Signed in lower right. 37 x 54.3 cm (14.5 x 21.3 in) . [CH].

• Important example of Rohlf's fascination for the pure color.
• Very charming springtime nude.
• In a very good state of preservation
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PROVENANCE: Collection K. Werner, Hagen.
Galerie Abels, Cologne.
Collection Fänn and Willy Schniewind, Neviges/Düsseldorf.
Private collection Hesse.

"The Soest pictures from late 1905 and 1906/07, in which Rohlfs eventually attained his signature style, are the result of a number of experiments with means of expression. They are the crown of his creation since 1901. The Soest pictures are characterized by a coloring irrespective of the object. He does entirely without spatial depth and integrates the forms into the image's two-dimensionality while broad brushstrokes across the entire composition create texture."
Magdalena M. Moeller, in: Der Sonderbund, Cologne 1984, pp. 133f.

Called up: December 7, 2019 - ca. 16.55 h +/- 20 min.

 


Buyer's premium, taxation and resale right apportionment for Christian Rohlfs "Frauenakt mit gelbem Blumenstrauß (Mädchen auf der Wiese)"
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Differential taxation:
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