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Max Liebermann (1847-1935)
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Max Liebermann (1847-1935)

Die Enkelin im Korbsessel nach rechts

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Max Liebermann (1847-1935)
Die Enkelin im Korbsessel nach rechts
with the stamped signature 'Max Liebermann' (lower left)
oil on canvas
20½ x 16in. (52 x 40.5cm.)
Painted in 1920
Provenance
The Artist's Estate.
Galerie Thannhauser, Munich.
Dr. Conrad Doebeke, Berlin.
Kunsthandlung Carl Nicolai, Bad Kohlgrub.
Anon. sale, Lempertz, Cologne, 28 October 1958, lot 176.
Anon. sale, Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett Ketterer, 29-30 May 1959, lot 511.
G. Schäfer, Schweinfurt.
Literature
E. Hancke, 'Max Liebermanns Kunst seit 1914', in Kunst und Künstler, Jg. XX, 1922, issue 10, pp. 340-352 (illustrated p. 345). Die Kunst, Jg. XXXVII, 45.vol, Munich 1922 (illustrated p. 178).
K. Scheffler, 'Max Lieberman in München' (exhibition at Thannhauser), in: Kunst und Künstler, Jg. XXI, issue 8, April 1923, p. 241.
M. Eberle, Max Liebermann, 1847-1935. Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde und /UOlstudien, Band II 1900-1935, München 1996 (illustrated p. 1019, no. 1920/30).
Exhibited
Munich, Moderne Galerie Thannhauser, Max Liebermann, 1923, no. 34. Zurich, Kunsthaus Zürich, Max Liebermann, 1923, no. 99.
Hanover, Grosse Kunstausstellung, Kunstverein Hannover, February-April 1927, no. 208 (illustrated).
Kassel, Orangerie, Jubiläums-Kunst-Ausstellung, June-September 1927, no. 421.
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Lot Essay

The present painting is showing Liebermann's granddauther at play, aged three. Up to then she had spent most of her very young life with her grandparents and became a favourite subject for Max Liebermann who painted numerous portraits of the young girl.
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