3 - 4 November 2015
PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED BELGIAN COLLECTION
Fritz Winter (1905-1976)
signed and dated 'Winter 53' (lower right); signed, titled and dated 'Zerbrochene Tafeln Winter 53' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
38 x 60.5 cm.
Painted in 1953
Galerie Marbach, Bern.
Anon. sale, Auktion Burkard, 23 May 1998, lot 76.
Galerie Maulberger, Munich.
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Galerie Marbach, Fritz Winter. Werke 1949 bis 1956, Bern 1968, no. 460.
G. Lohberg, Fritz Winter - Leben und Werk, mit Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde und einem Anhang der sonstigen Techniken, Munich 1986, no. 1464 (illustrated, unpaged).
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