Sale: 490 / Art of the 19th Century, Nov. 22. 2019 in Munich Lot 115001854

Josef von Brandt
Dahinjagende Fuhrwerke (Heimkehr vom Markt), 1905.
Oil on canvas
€ 30,000 - 40,000

$ 33,000 - 44,000

Lot description
Dahinjagende Fuhrwerke (Heimkehr vom Markt). 1905 s.
Oil on canvas.
Signed and inscribed "z Warszawy" in lower left. 51 x 65 cm (20 x 25.5 in).

PROVENANCE: Galerie Heinemann, Munich (since January 1906).
Franz Hermann, Graz (acquired from aforementioned in 191).
Private collection Hesse.

LITERATURE: Catalog of Galerie Heinemann, Munich December 1906, p.17, cat. no. 44.
Catalog of Galerie Heinemann, Munich January 1907, p.15, cat. no. 44.
Catalog of Galerie Heinemann, Munich February 1907, p.14, cat. no. 44.
Catalog of Galerie Heinemann, Munich March 1907, p.5, cat. no. 42.
Catalog of Galerie Heinemann, Munich May 1907, p.5, cat. no. 43.
Münchner Maler im 19. Jahrhundert, released by Horst Ludwig, Munich 1981, p. 129 (black and white illu.).
Józef Brandt 1841-1915, work catalog, published by Muzeum Narodowe Warsaw, Warsaw 2018, 3 vols., published on occasion of the exhibition of the same name, Warsaw June 22 - September 30, 2018, here: vol. 2: Malerei, edited by Ewa Micke-Broniarek, p. 330, cat. no. I.294 (with color illu.).

Alongside the famous monumental works which were shown at international exhibitions, Brandt's oeuvre also comprises many small paintings that depict rural- and small town life in Poland and Russia. The artist found his motifs on his annual journeys to Poland, Russia, the Ukraine, Hungary and the European part of Turkey. In many cases he executed his works right at his Polish summer house in Oronsk."Despite a generous arrangement and spirited lines […] the great love for the detail […] allows the observer to perceive the scene's authenticity. In general, Brandt's pictures are narrations that want to be read. Despite all variegation of spots, blotches and color fields, his pictures from the [18]80s are subject to a partly gray and partly brown tonality that dominates the overall impression and has a stringent effect on the dramatic scene." (Hans-Peter Bühler, Jäger, Kosaken und polnische Reiter, Hildesheim et al1993, pp. 108f.).

Buyer's premium, taxation and resale right apportionment for Josef von Brandt "Dahinjagende Fuhrwerke (Heimkehr vom Markt)"
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Differential taxation:
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Objects made by artists who have not died at least 70 years ago are subject to a resale right apportionment of 1.5% plus statutory sales tax.