29 March 2011
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
Strasse (D. 566)
woodcut, 1926, on thick simili Japan paper, a good, rich impression of Dube's second, final state, signed in pencil, inscribed Eigendruck and titled and dated Strasse mit Omnibus 26, with margins, a deckle edge at left and below, a repaired 50 mm. tear at the left sheet edge, some minor creases in the margins
B. 430 x 260 mm., S. 533 x 330 mm.
From the artist's estate, with the estate stamp of the Kunstmuseum Basel verso (H. 542 II).
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