2 May 2012
George Grosz (1893-1959)
Greenwich Village Tombstone (recto); Fight Scene Depicting an Unsuccessful Worker's Strike (verso)
titled 'Greenwich Village Tombstone' (lower right)
pen and India ink on paper
23¼ x 18 1/8 in. (59.2 x 46 cm.)
Drawn in 1941
Estate of the artist.
Private collection, New York.
Acquired by the present owner, 2009.
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B. Hecht, 1001 Afternoons in New York, New York, 1941, p. 237 (illustrated).
Ralph Jentsch has confirmed the authenticity of this work.
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