15 April 2008
THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE HAROLD A. HARTOG SOLD TO BENEFIT THE HAROLD A. AND INGEBORG L. HARTOG FOUNDATION
Marius Bauer (Dutch, 1867-1932)
A street in Gwalior, India
signed 'M Bauer' (lower right)
oil on canvas
55 x 70 cm.
Painted in 1927.
Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh & Co., Amsterdam, inv.no. 5078, as: Marocco, Straat in Gwalior [sic], acquired directly from the artist, 27 November 1927 (f 1.800).
Mr Gordon C. Edwards, 15 May 1928.
Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh & Co., Amsterdam, inv.no. 7541, 1955.
Mr H.A. Harting, 1956.
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R.W.P. de Vries, M.A.J. Bauer, Amsterdam 1944, p. 121, ill., as: Jerusalem (1925) [sic].
Amsterdam, Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh & Co., 9 May-9 June 1955, cat.no. 24, as: Straat in Gwalior (1927).
We would like to thank the Bauer Documentatie Stichting for their help in cataloguing this lot.
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