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Art (1900-1945) > Expressionism Cuno Amiet

Cuno Amiet - Lithograph

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300 EUR

300 EUR

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Munich, Germany

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Die Kunst. 1912.
Mandach 51. Signed and dated. Monogrammed and once more dated in the stone. On firm wove paper. 33 x 34 cm (12.9 x 13.3 in). Sheet: 60 x 43,8 cm (23,6 x 17,2 in).
The work is registered in the Hermann Gerlinger Collection with the number SHG 883d. [AR].
• Allegory of art.
• In 1912/13, Cuno Amiet conceived the motifs "Kunst" and "Wahrheit" for the loggia of the Kunsthaus Zürich.
• The board of directors decided in favor of a different work, the seven-part cycle "Jungbrunnen".
• From the collection of Edith Kottmann, whom the artist portrayed on several occasions

PROVENANCE: Collection Edith Kottmann, Solothurn (with the ownership note on the reverse).
Hermann Gerlinger Collection, Würzburg (with the collector's stamp, Lugt 6032).

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

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