17 November 2016
Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)
Brustbild eines bärtigen Mannes von vorne
signed 'GUSTAV KLIMT' (lower right)
charcoal and pen and black ink on paper
14 7/8 x 9 ½ in. (38 x 24 cm.)
Drawn circa 1895
Christian M. Nebehay, Vienna.
Anon. sale, Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., New York, 16 May 1979, lot 48.
Fredrick Schab, New York.
Ian Woodner, New York (acquired from the above).
Dian and Andrea Woodner, New York (by descent from the above); sale, Christie's, New York, 13 May 1993, lot 114.
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A. Strobl, Gustav Klimt, Die Zeichnungen, 1878-1903, Salzburg, 1980, vol. I, p. 94, no. 259 (illustrated, p. 95).
Vienna, Galerie Michael Pabst, Osterreichische und Deutsche Kunst seit 1890, p. 17, no. 74 (illustrated).
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