Sale: 517 / Modern Art II, June 18. 2021 in Munich Lot 220

Christian Rohlfs
Redner, 1920.
Watercolor and India ink
Post auction sale: € 14,000 / $ 16,800
Lot description
Redner. 1920.
Watercolor and India ink.
Vogt 1920/25. Bottom right monogrammed and dated. On laid paper. 66.5 x 48.5 cm (26.1 x 19 in), the full sheet.
• Technically extremely varied sheet, a document of Rohlf's experimental treatment of color.
• Rare figure representation in the artist's oeuvre.
• Expressive examination of current socio-political tendencies in the early 1920s

PROVENANCE: Collection Heinrich Kirchhoff, Wiesbaden.
Collection Dr. Conrad Doebbeke, Berlin (until 1954, acquired from Tony Kirchhoff, presumably after 1942).
Estate of Conrad Doebbeke (1954 - 1959, Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett, May 29/30, 1959).
Private collection (acquired in 1959).

LITERATURE: Sibylle Discher, Der Mäzen Heinrich Kirchhoff (1874-1934) und seine Wiesbadener Kunstsammlung. Eine vergleichende Studie zur privaten Sammlerkultur vom Wilhelminischen Kaiserreich bis zum Ende der Weimarer Republik, Wiesbaden 2018, p. 116 and p. 307, cat. no. 695.
Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett, Roman Norbert Ketterer, Stuttgart, 33rd auction, May 29/30,1959, lot 801 (with illu.).


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