22 September 2009
George Grosz (1883-1959)
signed and dated 'Grosz 25' (center right); with Nachlass stamp (on the reverse)
watercolor and pen and India ink over pencil on paper
25 5/8 x 18¾ in. (65 x 47.5 cm.)
Executed in 1925
Estate of the artist.
Anon. sale, Sturies Kunst & Auktionen, Dusseldorf, 4 May 2002, lot 81. Anon. sale, Ketterer Kunst, Munich, 14 May 2004, lot 197.
Soufer Gallery, New York (2004).
Private Collection, Dusseldorf.
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