14 November 2017
Property from a New York Collection
George Grosz (1893-1959)
Liebespaar, Der Weg allen Fleisches
signed, dated twice, inscribed, numbered and titled 'Grosz 1931 Berlin No 5 Liebespaar' (lower right) and inscribed 'VERGÄNGLICHKEIT alles IRDISCHEN' (on the knife); with Nachlass stamp (on the reverse)
gouache, watercolor and pen and India ink on paper
23 5/8 x 18 1/8 in. (59.2 x 46 cm.)
Executed in Berlin in 1931
Estate of the artist.
Acquired by the family of the present owner, circa 1965.
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