London, South Kensington
22 July 2009
Herbert Gustave Schmalz (1856-1935)
Flowers of the Levant
signed 'Herbert Schmalz 1900.' (upper right) and inscribed 'FLOWERS OF THE LEVANT.' (upper left)
oil on panel
25 x 15¼ in. (63.4 x 38.8 cm.)
with Mawson, Swan & Morgan, Newcastle.
George Hughes, Newcastle.
Anonymous Sale; Sotheby's, London, 27 November, 2003, lot 327.
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Trevor Blakemore, The Art of Herbert Schmalz, 1911, p.118, pl.XLVI.
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