29 June 2000
Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948)
Merzz.96 Stehen Gelb
signed with the initials, titled and dated 'Merzz 96 Stehen Gelb K.Sch.20' (on the artist's original mount); titled 'Merz 96' (on the reverse)
paper and fabric collage laid down on the artist's original mount
image: 6 x 4¾in. (15.2 x 12cm.)
artist's mount: 12¼ x 9½in. (31.2 x 24.1cm.)
Executed in 1920
Galerie Brockstedt, Hamburg.
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W. Schmalenbach, Kurt Schwitters, Cologne 1967, no. 32 (illustrated p. 276).
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