23 June 2010
PROPERTY FROM THE FAMILY OF HEINRICH CAMPENDONK
Heinrich Campendonk (1889-1957)
Mann, Pferd, Kuh
signed and titled 'Campendonk Mann, Pferd, Kuh' (on the artist's label, on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
25 x 30 1/8 in. (63.5 x 76.5 cm)
Painted circa 1918
The artist, and thence by descent to the present owners.
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A. Firmenich, Heinrich Campendonk, 1889-1957, Leben und expressionistisches Werk, Geneva, 1989, no. 716 (illustrated p. 151, pl. 52).
Emden, Kunsthalle, February - April 1990, no. 73.
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