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Art (1900-1945) > Expressionism Karl Schmidt-Rottluff - Biography

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff - Woodcut

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Munich, Germany
122000102

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Parkmotiv aus Dangast. 1910.
Woodcut.
Not in Schapire. Gerlinger H 10-3. Inscribed "1/1 gedruckt am 28.8.94 von Gunter Ullrich" in bottom left. Unique object, printed posthumously. On thick Japon. 17 x 11 cm (6.6 x 4.3 in). Sheet: 41 x 26 cm (16,1 x 10,2 in).
[EH].
• In the special format of the woodcuts made in Dangast in 1910.
• Part of the group of works with the same motif, which saw its highlight in the painting "Parkweg" (1910, oil on canvas, Bavarian State Painting Collection Munich)
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PROVENANCE: Herrmann Gerlinger Collection, Würzburg (with the collector's stamp Lugt 6032).

EXHIBITION: Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landesmuseum, Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig (permanent loan from the Hermann Gerlinger Collection, 1995-2001).
Kunstmuseum Moritzburg, Halle an der Saale (permanent loan from the Hermann Gerlinger Collection, 2001-2017).
Buchheim Museum, Bernried (permanent loan from the Hermann Gerlinger Collection, 2017-2022).

LITERATURE: Heinz Spielmann (ed.), Die Maler der Brücke. Sammlung Hermann Gerlinger, Stuttgart 1995, p. 218, SHG no. 288 (with illu.).
Hermann Gerlinger, Katja Schneider (eds.), Die Maler der Brücke. Inventory catalog Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Halle (Saale) 2005, p. 45, SHG no. 66 (with illu.).

Even though this sheet is a posthumous print made by the Aschaffenburg artist and printer Gunter Ullrich, it is an extremely interesting work. The sheet is one of the sheets not listed by Schapire, which only became accessible to the public with the publication of the supplements to the catalogue raisonné in the collection catalog of the Hermann Gerlinger Collection in 1995. The wooden stick for the sheet is worked on two sides and bears the subject of a "women picking flowers" on the opposite side, which is listed by Schapire under H 27. There is no other evidence for our "park motif from Dangast" is in the auction trade.On the other hand, the sheet shows a motif that Karl Schmidt-Rottluff also captured as a lithograph (Schapire L 69) and in the magnificent painting "Parkweg" from 1910, today at the Bavarian State Painting Collection, Munich.

In very good condition.
For information concerning the condition, please view the high resolution image / backside image.

 
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