9 February 2006
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION
August Macke (1887-1914)
Spielende Kinder unter Bäumen
with the title and date 'Spielende Kinder unter Bäumen 1913' (on the reverse); with the August Macke Nachlass stamp (Lugt 1775; on the reverse)
oil on paper
15¾ x 19½ in. (40 x 49.7 cm)
Executed in Bonn in 1913
Hans Trojanski, Dusseldorf.
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G. Vriesen, August Macke, Stuttgart, 1953, no. 422 (illustrated p. 331).
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