Eislaufkunst. 1929. Gouache over pencil on board. Signed in center at bottom. Lower margin inscribed "- 42 -" and "Ulk S. 4 u. 5" by a hand other than that of the artist as well as with the register marks in margins. 43.7 x 66.9 cm (17.2 x 26.3 in) , size of sheet.
PROVENANCE: Private collection Germany.
EXHIBITION: Dodo - Leben und Werk, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kunstforum, Berlin, March - May 2012. Inspiration of Decadence. Dodo Rediscovered: Berlin to London 1907-1998, The London Jewish Museum of Art, Ben Uri Gallery, London, June - September 2012. Isabell Schenk-Weininger et al (editor), Die neue Frau? Malerinnen und Grafikerinnen der Neuen Sachlichkeit, Städtische Galerie, Bietigheim-Bissingen April 25 - June 12, 2015, p. 56. Glanz und Elend in der Weimarer Republik, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt am Main October 27, 2017 - February 25, 2018.
LITERATURE: ULK, no. 4, 58th year, January 25, 1929, pp. 4/5 (working title: "Eislaufkunst"). Renate Krümmer (editor), Dodo. Leben und Werk 1907-1998, Ostfildern 2012, p. 40, with double-page illu. on pp. 96/97. "Your fiancé really knows to skate. He seems to feel at home on the ice?" - "Yeah, unfortunately so. And at home he's like ice!" "Between 1927 and 1929 more than sixty illustrations for ULK, the illustrated weekly for humor and saire, published as additions to Rudolf Mosse's liberal Berliner Tagesblatt since 1872, were made. The sheets, mostly executed in colors and ususally released in full- or double-page size, were often used for the magazine's cover. They show that Dodo truly deserves a rank in art history." Miriam-Esther Owesle, in: Dodo. Leben und Werk, 2012, p. 33.