Komposition. Um 1928. Chalk Pastelin colors, charcoal and pencil. Not in Venzmer. On roughened wove paper. 34 x 24,8 cm (13,3 x 9,7 in), the full sheet. [DB]. This work is paticularly captivating for its intensive coloring. Hölzel worked out a self-contained composition in this work. With great mastery he created a large number of possible associations. [DB].
Accompanied by a confirmatiopn isued by Doris Dieckmann-Hölzel, Stuttgart-Degerloch on rear of frame. We are grateful to Dr. Alexander Klee, Vienna, for his kind support in cataloging this lot. The work will be included into the forthcoming catalog raisonné.
PROVENANCE: From artist's estate. Private collection Baden-Württmberg.
EXHIBITION: Adolf Hölzel. Kunstverein Brunswick, Kunsthalle Bremen, Badischer Kunstverein Karlsruhe, et al, 17 October - 17 November, 1963, cat. no. 111, no illu. (with label on rear of frame).