25 June 2008
George Grosz (1893-1959)
Liegender Frauenakt (recto); Nach dem Bad (verso)
signed 'GROSZ' (lower right); with the Nachlass stamp numbered '1-A11-8' (on the reverse)
oil and gouache (recto) and watercolour and wash on paper (verso)
18 1/8 x 23¼ in. (46 x 59 cm.)
Executed circa 1940
The artist's estate.
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