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Selbstbildnis Im Anzug Der Saffelei (Self-Portrait Wearing A Suit Standing Next To An Easel)

Max Liebermann-Selbstbildnis Im Anzug Der Saffelei (Self-Portrait Wearing A Suit Standing Next To An Easel)-1922

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Sell Through Rate: 100%

Artwork:
Selbstbildnis Im Anzug Der Saffelei (Self-Portrait Wearing A Suit Standing Next To An Easel)
Size:
90 x 75.3 cm
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Creation Year:
1922
Marks
Signed M Liebermann and dated 1922 (lower right)
Category :
Painting
Provenance :
Leo Lewin, Breslau (acquired directly from the artist in 1922); Max Glaeser, Eselsfurth & Pfalz (acquired by 1926); Sale: Christie's, London, December 1, 1987, lot 164; Gemalde-Cabinett Unger, Munich (acquired by 1988); Kunstsalon Franke, Munich (acquired by 1996); Private Collection, London (acquired from the previous by 1996 and sold: Sotheby's, London, February 5, 2007, lot 23); Acquired at the previous sale
Exhibition History :
Zurich, Kunsthaus Zurich, Max Liebermann, 1923, no. 102, illustrated in the catalogue; Dusseldorf, Kunstverein fur die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Max Liebermann, 1925, no. 72; Munich, Gemalde-Cabinett Unger, Max Liebermann, Carl Hagemeister, 1988, illustrated in color on the cover of the catalogue; Cologne, Zurich & Berlin, Kunstsalon Franke, Max Liebermann, 1992, no. 29, illustrated in color in the catalogue; Bremen, Kunsthalle Bremen, 'Nichts trugt weniger als der Schein' Max Liebermann der deutsche Impressionist, 1995-96, no. 63, illustrated in color in the catalogue; Berlin, Alte Nationalgalerie, Max Liebermann-Jahrhundertwende, 1997, no. 5, illustrated in color in the catalogue; Munich, Kunstsalon Franke & Zurich, Galerie Dr. Schenk, Historien-und Landschaftsbilder aus funf Jahrhunderten, 2002, no. 31, illustrated in color in the catalogue

Sotheby’s New York

Date:
2017-05-17
Lot Number :
182
Low Estimate :
$70,000[+29%]*
High Estimate :
$90,000[0%]*
Hammer Price :
$90,000
Sold For :
$112,500*