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Art (1945-contemporary) > Expressionism Erich Heckel - Biography

Erich Heckel - Woodcut

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Knabe, ein Gefäß formend (19. Jahresblatt). 1949.
Ebner/Gabelmann 936 H. Dube H 393. Signed and inscribed "Mit herzlichen Wünschen Siddi und Erich Heckel". Dated "1950" in the plate. On off-white paper. 16.8 x 12.1 cm (6.6 x 4.7 in). Sheet: 20,6 x 15,5 cm (8,1 x 6,1 in).
Published as 19th annual sheet. In 1930, Heckel started the tradition of sending a print, usually a woodcut, with a symbolic message as New Year greeting to friends. Up until 1968, some 38 of these "Jahresblätter" (Annual Sheets) were made.
• Heckel sent this annual sheet with greetings for 1950 to friends and collectors, the depiction with an almost ancient appeal shows a boy making pottery and presumably hints at his new teaching activites at the Karlsruhe Art Academy.
• Another copy of this woodcut is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

PROVENANCE: Private collection Baden-Württemberg.
Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Würzburg (acquired from the above in 1994, with the collector's stamp, Lugt 6032), Ketterer Kunst, Munich).

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: Ketterer Kunst, Munich, 199th auction, Modern Art, Oct. 1994, lot 294.
Heinz Spielmann (ed.), Die Maler der Brücke. Sammlung Hermann Gerlinger, Stuttgart 1995, p. 342, SHG no. 550 (with illu.).
Hermann Gerlinger, Katja Schneider (eds.), Die Maler der Brücke. Inventory catalog Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Halle (Saale) 2005, p. 255, SHG no. 576 (with illu.).

In good condition. Minimally discolored, corners slightly crimped.
For information concerning the condition, please view the high resolution image / backside image.

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