Sale: 502 / Modern Art II, July 18. 2020 in Munich Lot 322

 
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Hermann Max Pechstein
Mann und Weib, 1909.
Lithograph in colors from two stones, partly pr...
Post auction sale: € 30,000 / $ 35,700
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Lot description
Mann und Weib. 1909.
Lithograph in colors from two stones, partly printed monotype-like.
Krüger L 80. Signed, dated, titled "Mann + Weib" and inscribed "4." as well as with the artist's address. Monogrammed and dated in the stone. Probably only one of two known copies in colors, with a slight varying coloring. Additionally, one copy with watercolors is also known. On brownish paper. 51 x 41.5 cm (20 x 16.3 in). Sheet: 59 x 43,8 cm (23,2 x 17,2 in).
[JS].
• Monotype-like colored by the artist, unique object
• Very rare. To date only one comparable copy has been offered on the international auction market (source: artprice.com)
• 'Mann und Weib' that is Lotte, the artist's wife, and an "Indian" man that Pechstein also depicted in other works
• A document of Pechstein‘s fascination for the exotic
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PROVENANCE: Privat Collection North Rhine-Westphalia (since 1999).

EXHIBITION: (possibly each another copy)
19th exhibition of the Berliner Secession, November 1909 - January 1910, No. 553.
Deutsche graphische Ausstellung in the deutsche Buchgewerbemuseum Leipzig, 25 October - 4 December 1910, No. 482.

LITERATURE: Christie's, London, auction 7. October 1999, cat no. 270, with illu. p. 270.

322
Hermann Max Pechstein
Mann und Weib, 1909.
Lithograph in colors from two stones, partly pr...
Post auction sale: € 30,000 / $ 35,700
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