10 September 2008
Property from the Collection of George L. and Dorothy A. Sturman
George Grosz (1883-1959)
Noch eine flasche
signed 'Grosz' (lower right)
pencil on paper
23¾ x 18¼ in. (60.3 x 46.4 cm.)
Drawn in 1925
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Berlin, Bruno Cassirer, George Grosz: Aquarelee und Zeichmungen, March 1929.
Tucson, Arizona, Tucson Museum of Art, The Sturman Collection: Twentieth Century Works on Paper, November 1986-January 1987, p. 40, no. 43.
Ralph Jentsch has confirmed the authenticity of this work.
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