Sale: 522 / Modern Art II, Dec. 10. 2021 in Munich Lot 121001736

 
121001736
Otto Modersohn
Sommertag in den Feldern bei Fischerhude, 1926.
Oil on cardboard
Estimate:
€ 15,000 - 20,000

 
$ 18,000 - 24,000

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Lot description
Sommertag in den Feldern bei Fischerhude. 1926.
Oil on cardboard.
Signed and dated in bottom right. With a hand-written confirmation from Christian Modersohn, the artist's son, and a stamp of the Modersohn-Museums, Fischerhude, on the reverse. 50 x 60.8 cm (19.6 x 23.9 in).
Coming fall the Otto-Modersohn-Museum, Fischerhude, will dedicate a comprehensive exibition to works made between 1926 and 1929. [CH].
• From the artist's estate.
• Privately-owned for more than 40 years.
• The summer scene shows the fields on the brim of the heathland near Bremen.
• The fine, almost transparent application of the paint, which adds a light and translucent impression to the work, is characteristic of Modersohn's painting around 1925-1927.
• Otto Modersohn and his fellow Worpswede artists had decisive influene on a new and intuitive landscape painting
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We are grateful to Mr Rainer Noeres, Otto-Modersohn-Museum, Fischerhude, for his kind expert advice.

PROVENANCE: Estate Otto Modersohn.
Collection Louise Modersohn-Breling.
Collection Christian Moderoshn.
Galerie Rosenbach, Hanover.
Private collection North Rhine-Westphalia (acquired from the above in 1981).
Evr since family-owned.

"I want to express my thoughts through the forms of nature, and to fully leave materiality behind me, all things must have something in common, to emphasize the surface character despite the depth effect - contrary to Naturalism."
Otto Modersohn, journal, May 10, 1921

121001736
Otto Modersohn
Sommertag in den Feldern bei Fischerhude, 1926.
Oil on cardboard
Estimate:
€ 15,000 - 20,000

 
$ 18,000 - 24,000

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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 2.4% including statutory sales tax.