6 November 2013
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ARTHUR AND CHARLOTTE VERSHBOW
Lyonel Feininger (1871-1958)
signed and titled 'Feininger. Yachten' (lower left), dated '6.9.29.' (lower right), with the collector's stamp and inscribed 'Herrn Regierungsrat Dr. H. Stinnes, mit besten Weihnachtsgrüssen, von Lyonel Feininger' (Lugt 1376d; lower left) and bears inscription (lower right)
watercolor and pen and India ink on paper
9 x 11¼ in. (23 x 29 cm.)
Executed on 6 September 1929
Dr. Heinrich Stinnes, Cologne (gift from the artist, December 1931).
Acquired by the late owner, 1953.
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Achim Moeller, Managing Principal of The Lyonel Feininger Project LLC, has confirmed the authenticity of this work. The work is registered in the archives of The Lyonel Feininger Project LLC, New York--Berlin with the no. 1223-09-23-13.
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