Haptszene Aus Dem Ballet Der Falsche Schwur

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Haptszene Aus Dem Ballet Der Falsche Schwur
48 x 31 cm
Watercolor and pencil on paper laid down by the artist on board
1922
Signed 'Klee' lower right, titled, dated and numbered '1922/155 Hauptszene aus dem Ballet 'Der falsche Schwur'' on the artist's mount
Drawing
Kunstsammlung zu Weimar (until 1930); Lily Klee, Bern (1940-1946); Klee-Gesellschaft, Bern (by 1946); Buchholz Gallery (Curt Valentin), New York (by 1949); The Lefevre Gallery (Alex. Reid & Lefevre Ltd.), London; Richard S. Davis, London and Minneapolis; Saidenberg Gallery, Inc., New York; Daniel and Eleanore Saidenberg, New York (until 1990); Thomas Ammann Fine Art AG., Zurich
Berlin, Nationalgalerie, Kronprinzenpalais, Paul Klee, February 1923.; New York, Buchholz Gallery (Curt Valentin), New York, May 1950, no. 5 (illustrated); Palm Beach, Society of the Four Arts, Paintings by Paul Klee 1879-1940, March-April 1951, no. 22; New York, Saidenberg Gallery, Paul Klee. Third Biannual Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings, November-December 1957, no. 15 (illustrated); New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Paul Klee: A Retrospective Exhibition, February-April 1967, no. 54; San Francisco Museum of Art; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts; Cleveland Museum of Art; Kansas City, William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art; Baltimore Museum of Art; St. Louis, Washington University Gallery of Art; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Paul Klee 1879-1940: A Retrospective Exhibition, April 1967-February 1968, no. 54 (illustrated); New York, Saidenberg Gallery, Inc., Honoring the Centenary of the Birth of Paul Klee. An Exhibition of Oils, Watercolors, Mixed Media and Drawings by Paul Klee. Dating from 1913 to 1940, March-May 1979, no. 23; Barcelona, Fundacion Joan Miro; Vienna, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig; Budapest, Szepmuveszeti Muzuem, Drei Annaherungen an die Landschaft: Klee, Tanguy, Miro, November 1999-July 2000, p. 165, no. 9 (illustrated in color, p. 32)
2002-11-06
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