Gelbe Blüten (Rudbeckia). 1930/1935. Watercolor. Signed in lower right. On Auf Japan. 35 x 46.5 cm (13.7 x 18.3 in), the full sheet.
• Marvelous large watercolor with detailed interior drawing. • Large watercolor in particularly intensive colors. • Works of just one kind of flower are very rare . Accompanied by a photo expertise issued by Prof. Martin Urban, former director of the Ada and Emil Nolde Foundation Seebüll, from November 27, 1986 (in copy).
In the cool regions of our northern country with its verdant meadows, where flowers shine so bright in the mist of dewy September days, and where we enjoy long days with glowing morning and evening skies, we are blessed with more colors than the that are lands scorched by the pale equator sun. We people born in the North love warmth and colors. Emil Nolde, quote from: Emil Nolde, Welt und Heimat, p. 146