Sale: 512 / Modern Art II, Dec. 12. 2020 in Munich Lot 485

 
485
Emil Nolde
Hamburg, Landungsbrücke, 1910.
Etching
Post auction sale: € 7,000 / $ 8,540
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Lot description
Hamburg, Landungsbrücke. 1910.
Etching.
Schiefler/Mosel/Urban R 139 III (of III). Signed and titled in lower left. One of at least 30 copies. On wove paper (with watermark R.P. 1929). 31 x 41 cm (12.2 x 16.1 in). Sheet: 47,5 x 61 cm (18,7 x 24 in).
Printed by Genthe and Sabo, Berlin. [SM].
• One of the works made during a three week stay in Hamburg in 1910
• Nordic motif of atmospheric density
• The repeated proof, executed almost a decade later, documents how much the artist valued the motif
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PROVENANCE: Private collection Rhineland.
Private collection North Rhine-Westphalia.

"There was a day when I just couldn't bear this double life any longer. What was I supposed to do at the comfortable inn when all my senses longed for the bustle of the harbor? I packed up and found quarter at a simple sailors inn. Now I felt at home in a world, a setting I wanted to capture with my pen."
Emil Nolde, quote from: Hans Fehr, Emil Nolde, Ein Buch der Freundschaft, Cologne 1957, p. 76

 


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