8 December 2010
Hans Thoma (German, 1839-1924)
Blick auf Mamolsheim
signed with monogram and dated '90' (lower right)
oil on board
29¼ x 36 in. (74.4 x 91.7 cm.)
Acquired directly from the artist by J.P. Schneider, 1897, on behalf of Martin and Florence Flersheim, Frankfurt-am-Main.
with Galerie Maria Almas Dietriech (acquired from the above).
(Possibly) von Kühlman, Berlin.
Sonderauftrag Linz, no. 202.
Recovered by the Western Allies, Munich Central Collecting Point (Mü 8736).
Kunstbesitz der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, on loan to the Städtisches Museum Gelsenkirchen.
Restituted to the heirs of Martin and Florence Flersheim, 2010.
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H. Thode, Thoma, Des Meisters Gemälde in 874 Abbildungen, 1909, pp. 325, 524.
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