21 June 2012
Paul Kleinschmidt (1883-1949)
Fischerboote in Cassis
signed with the monogram and dated 'P.Kl.31.' (lower right)
oil on canvas
25 5/8 x 31¾ in. (65.2 x 81.5 cm.)
Painted in 1931
Eric Cohn, New York.
The artist's collection.
Private collection, Germany.
Acquired by the present owner in 2008.
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B. Lipps-Kant, Paul Kleinschmidt 1883-1949, Tübingen, 1977, no. 162.
Cologne, Kunstverein, 1952, no. 26.
Karlsruhe, Kunstverein, 1959, no. 39.
Tübingen, Kunstverein, 1968, no. 11.
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