Elisabeth am Tisch im Wohnzimmer. 1910.
Verso with teh estate stamp (Lugt 1775b), there with inscription "BZ 7/9" and with title and date. On creme wove paper. 20 x 32 cm (7.8 x 12.5 in), the full sheet.
With another India ink sketch on the reverse. [KT].
• Intimate glimpse into the living room of one of the most important German expressionists.
• Macke shows his wife, the writer Elisabeth Erdmann-Macke, of whom he made more than 200 portraits.
• Elisabeth is the author of important biographical texts and memories of her husband, who fell in WW I in France in 1914.
PROVENANCE: From teh artist's estate (with the estate stamp on the reverse).
Galerie Nierendorf, Berlin.
Private collection (acquired from the above in 1966).
In good condition. With slight mount staining. Sheet minimally wavy. With a tiny pinhole above the depicted person's head. Edges in left margin slightly irregular.
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