11 February 2009
Ewald Matare (1887-1965)
Kleine Liegende Kuh II
stamped with monogram (on the right side of the neck)
bronze with brown patina
Length: 9 in. (22.9 cm.)
Conceived in 1936
Private collection, Harrison, New York.
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S.M. Schilling, Ewald Mataré: Das Plastische Werke, Cologne, 1987, p. 181, no. 119a (another cast illustrated).
Sonja Matare has confirmed the authenticity of this sculpture.
Sonja Matare has confirmed the authenticity of this lot.
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