Sale: 517 / Modern Art II, June 19. 2021 in Munich Lot 120002370

 
120002370
Heinrich Hoerle
Begegnung, 1925.
Tempera
Estimate:
€ 10,000 - 15,000

 
$ 11,700 - 17,550

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Lot description
Begegnung. 1925.
Tempera.
Backes Teil III 29. Lower right signed. Monogrammed in upper right part of the image. Verso with an India ink drawing of a nude in rear view. On thin board. 27 x 16.2 cm (10.6 x 6.3 in), size of sheet.
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• From the artist's sought-after constructivist period.
• Constructive surface segmenattion combining figure and background.
• After WW I the artist was a member of the Cologne Dada group around Max Ernst and Johannes Baargeld.
• His works were shown at renowned museums during his lifetime, among them the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne, the Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf or the Detroit Art Institute
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PROVENANCE: Galerie Michael Hasenclever, Munich.
Deutsche Bank Collection.

EXHIBITION: Hoerle und sein Kreis, exhibition at Kunstverein Frechen e.V., December 1970 - January 1971, cat. no. 96, ex. cat. with illu.
Man in the Middle, Kunsthalle Tübingen, September 13 - November 2, 2003, ex. cat. with color illu. on p. 101.

LITERATURE: Ariane Grigoteit, Ein Jahrhundert. One Century. 100 x Kunst, Collection Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt a. M. 2001, pp. 120-121, with full-page illu.
"We don't want to make pleasant pictures that adorn the walls of the overfed, so that they can enjoy their sweet midday nap. And we don't make pictures that help the hungry ones to forget about their hunger. Neither do we want to make pictures of a world in which all is good and nice." (Heinrich Hoerle)

 


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Objects made by artists who have not died at least 70 years ago are subject to a resale right apportionment of 2% plus statutory sales tax.