25 June 2008
Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980)
Tulpen, Narzissen, Rosen und Freesie in einer Vase
signed and dated 'Kokoschka 67' (lower right)
watercolour on paper
26 x 18 7/8 in. (66 x 48 cm.)
Executed in 1967
Marlborough Fine Art Ltd., London, by 1969 (no. XLOL 1666).
Acquired from the above by the parents of the present owner, and thence by descent.
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London, Marlborough Fine Art Ltd., Kokoschka, March - May 1969, no. 33 (illustrated p. 55).
Dr Alfred Weidinger will include this work in the forthcoming second volume of his Kokoschka catalogue raisonné.
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