29 March 2011
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
Maler und Modell (D. 668)
woodcut, 1936, on thin fibrous laid paper, a rich, even impression of Dube's first state (of two), before the changes to the artist's left hand, the line on his thigh, and others, with margins, generally in good condition
B. 497 x 379 mm., S. 570 x 420/408 mm.
From the artist's estate, with the estate stamp of the Kunstmuseum Basel verso (H Da/Bg 6I).
Retained by the artist's family, then by descent to the present owner.
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E.L. Kirchner im Braith-Mali-Museum Biberach, exh. cat. Biberach, 2004, p. 93 (ill.).
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