Sale: 554 / Modern Art Day Sale, June 08. 2024 in Munich Lot 503.14

 

503.14
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
Hockende Frau, 1913.
Black Chalks, with watercolor
Post auction sale: € 9,000 / $ 9,720
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Hockende Frau. 1913.
Black Chalks, with watercolor.
Signed and dated below the center of the right margin. On brownish wove paper. 33.1 x 43 cm (13 x 16.9 in), size of sheet.
[KT].
• Made during the prolific heyday of nude painting during a summer stay in Nida.
• The artist prepared his large-size nudes in dunes in scores of drawings.
• Nude paintings from these days are in the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, the Nationalgalerie, Berlin, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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The work is documented in the archive of the Karl and Emy Schmidt-Rottluff Foundation, Berlin.

PROVENANCE: Probably Hugo Erfurth Collection, Gaienhofen (until 1948).
Helene Erfurth, Gaienhofen (until 1952: Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett Roman Norbert Ketterer).
Ernst Hauswedell, Hamburg (acquired from the above in 1952).
Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Würzburg (with the collector's stamp, Lugt 6032; since 2003: Lempertz Cologne).

EXHIBITION: Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landesmuseum Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig (permanent loan from the Hermann Gerlinger Collection, 1995-2001).
Kunstmuseum Moritzburg, Halle an der Saale (permanent loan from the Hermann Gerlinger Collection, 2001-2017).
Expressiv! Die Künstler der Brücke. The Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Albertina, Vienna, June 1 - August 26, 2007, p. 70, cat. no. 28 (with illus.).
Buchheim Museum, Bernried (permanent loan from the Hermann Gerlinger Collection, 2017-2022).
Schmidt-Rottluff. Form, color, expression!, Buchheim Museum, Bernried, September 29, 2018 - February 3, 2019, p. 192 (ill.).

LITERATURE: Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett Roman Norbert Ketterer, auction 16, November 25-27, 1952, lot 2050.
Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne, Auction 842 Modern Art, May 29, 2003, lot 918, illu. in color.
Will Grohmann, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Stuttgart 1956, illu. on p. 39, list p. 249.
Gunther Thiem, Die Verwandlungen der Venus. Schmidt-Rottluffs Aktzeichnungen von 1905 bis 1913, Munich/ Berlin 2003, p. 108 (illu. 59).
Hermann Gerlinger, Katja Schneider (eds.), Die Maler der Brücke. Inventory catalog Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Halle (Saale) 2005, SHG no. 117 (illu.).




 

Buyer's premium, taxation and resale right compensation for Karl Schmidt-Rottluff "Hockende Frau"
This lot can be purchased subject to differential or regular taxation, artist‘s resale right compensation is due.

Differential taxation:
Hammer price up to 800,000 €: herefrom 32 % premium.
The share of the hammer price exceeding 800,000 € is subject to a premium of 27 % and is added to the premium of the share of the hammer price up to 800,000 €.
The share of the hammer price exceeding 4,000,000 € is subject to a premium of 22 % and is added to the premium of the share of the hammer price up to 4,000,000 €.
The buyer's premium contains VAT, however, it is not shown.

Regular taxation:
Hammer price up to 800,000 €: herefrom 27 % premium.
The share of the hammer price exceeding 800,000 € is subject to a premium of 21% and is added to the premium of the share of the hammer price up to 800,000 €.
The share of the hammer price exceeding 4,000,000 € is subject to a premium of 15% and is added to the premium of the share of the hammer price up to 4,000,000 €.
The statutory VAT of currently 19 % is levied to the sum of hammer price and premium. As an exception, the reduced VAT of 7 % is added for printed books.

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another 3 % of the hammer price from 50,000.01 to 200,000 euros,
another 1 % for the part of the sales proceeds from 200,000.01 to 350,000 euros,
another 0.5 % for the part of the sale proceeds from 350,000.01 to 500,000 euros and
another 0.25 % of the hammer price over 500,000 euros.
The maximum total of the resale right fee is EUR 12,500.

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