Sale: 495 / Post War / Contemporary Art II, Dec. 07. 2019 in Munich Lot 117003089

Emil Schumacher
Rodom, 1958.
€ 70,000 - 90,000

$ 77,000 - 99,000

Lot description
Rodom. 1958.
Oil and sand on canvas.
Signature and dated scratched into paint in lower right. 120.5 x 96 cm (47.4 x 37.7 in).

From the early work period of the "Tastobjekte"
Prominent exhibition history
Characteristic material picture by one of the most important representatives Informalism. With a haptic surface structure
We are grateful to Dr. Ulrich Schumacher, Emil Schumacher Foundation Hagen, for his kind support in cataloging this lot. He examined the original work. The work is registered at the archive with the number 0/551t.

PROVENANCE: Galerie Van De Loo, Munich (obtained from the artist in 1958, verso of canvas and stretcher with the gallery stamp).
Graphisches Kabinett Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner KG, Bremen (acquired from aforementioned in 1976, verso of the stretcher with a gallery label).
Private collection Southern Germany (acquired from aforementioned in 1976).

EXHIBITION: XXIX. Biennale Internazionale d’arte di Venezia, Venice July 14 - October 18, 1958 (not in cat., verso of the strether with an exhibition label, here typographically numbered "321").
Arte e Contemplazione, Palazzo Grassi, Venice 1961 (no number in cat., verso of stretcher with an exhibition label).
Emil Schumacher, Graphisches Kabinett Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner KG, Bremen 1976.


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