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Lesser Ury (German, 1861-1931)

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Lesser Ury (German, 1861-1931)

Bach im Thüringer wald

Details
Lesser Ury (German, 1861-1931) Bach im Thüringer wald oil on canvas, unframed 385/8 x 255/8 in. (98.1 x 65.1 cm.)
Provenance
The Artist's Estate (no. 185).
Charlotte Kucharski, Berlin.
Special Notice

No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VAT at 17.5% will be added to the buyer's premium which is invoiced on a VAT inclusive basis.
All sold lots not cleared by 2:00pm on Monday 23 October 2000 will be removed to the warehouse of: Cadogan Tate Ltd., Fine Art Services Cadogan House, 2 Relay Road, London W12 7JS Telephone: 44 (0)20 8735 3700 Facsimile: 44(0)20 8735 3701 Lots will be available for collection following transfer to Cadogan Tate every week-day from 9:00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. An initial transfer and administration charge of £3.20 and a storage charge of £1.60 per lot per day will be payable to Cadogan Tate. These charges are subject to VAT and an insurance surcharge. (Exceptionally large pictures will be subject to a surcharge). Please note: All charges due to Cadogan Tate must be paid at the time of collection from there warehouse.

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In a certificate dated Berlin, den 23 Nov. 1932, Siegfried Pfankuch, Executor of the Ury Estate, confirms the authenticity of the present work.

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