25 June 2008
PROPERTY FROM THE HOH COLLECTION
Anton Kerschbaumer (German, 1885-1931)
signed and dated 'Kerschbaumer 20' (lower left)
gouache, watercolour and brush and ink on paper
25½ x 19½ in. (65.2 x 49.7 cm.)
Executed in 1920
The artist's estate.
Private collection, Munich.
Anonymous sale, Hausdewell & Nolte, Hamburg, 10-11 June 1993, lot 449.
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K. Wetzel-Kerschbaumer (ed.), Anton Kerschbaumer 1885-1931, Munich, 1994, no. 1920/11 (illustrated p. 51).
Altenburg, Lindenau-Museum, August - October 1998, no. 48 (illustrated p. 131).
There exists two very similar gouaches with the same title and dated 1920, yet of a different format, one is in the Buchheim Collection, Bernried, and the other is in the Brücke-Museum, Berlin.
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