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WASSILY KANDINSKY (1866-1944) Sängerin (Roethel 4) woodcut in colors, 1903, on cream Japon, the second (final) state, from the edition of unknown but presumably very small size (Roethel calls for 7 known impressions), with narrow margins, bearing artist's name and the number '94' in pencil in the lower margin, the tip of the lower right sheet corner re-attached, otherwise in very good condition B. 7 7/8 x 5 13/16 in. (200 x 147 mm.) S. 8 1/8 x 6 13/16 in. (206 x 173 mm.)

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Of the seven impressions of this subject recorded by Roethel, six are now in museums. Five impressions are in the Gabrielle Münter Stiftung and the former Benjamin impression is now in the Brooklyn Museum. In addition to the impressions known to Roethel, two additional impressions were offered at Christie's on November 1, 1988 and November 3, 1997.
All the impressions recorded in Roethel appear to be printed in different color combinations. None of the recorded impressions are signed.

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