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    Post War & Contemporary Art Day Sale (Afternoon)

    1 July 2008, London, King Street

  • Lot 435

    Rainer Fetting (b. 1949)

    Wendeltreppe gelb

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    Rainer Fetting (b. 1949)
    Wendeltreppe gelb
    signed, titled and dated 'Fetting 81 Wendeltreppe gelb' (on the reverse)
    oil and oilstick on canvas
    86½ x 62¾in. (221.5 x 159.4cm.)
    Painted in 1981

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    A. Borovskij, Rainer Fetting un Zeitgenossen. Deutscher Neoexpressionismus, New York 1995, no. 30 (illustrated in colour).


    Berlin, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin/DDR Nationalgalerie, Rainer Fetting, Berlin/New York, Gemälde und Skulpturen, March-April 1990. This exhibition later travelled to Weimar, Stadtmuseum Weimar (Bertuchhaus) Kabinett am Goetheplatz, July-August 1990.
    Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, New Painting from Berlin. A Selection from the Martin Sanders Collection, 1992.
    Schleswig, Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landesmuseum, Kloster Cismar, Neue Wilde aus Berlin. Die Sammlung Martin Sanders, 1994.
    St. Petersburg, Staatliches Russisches Museum, Ludwig Museum im Russischen Museum, Deutscher Neoexpressionismus. Rainer Fetting und Zeitgenossen aus der Sammlung Martin Sanders, 1995.
    Turku, Waino Aaltlosen Museo, Die Wilde. Saksalaista Usekspressionismia Martin Sanders Kokoelmasta, 1996.
    Tonder, Sonderjyllands Kunstmuseum, Tysk Neo-Ekspressionisme. Martin Sanders Samling, 1999.