Sale: 494 / Modern Art, Dec. 07. 2019 in Munich Lot 428

 
428
Franz Marc
Geschlachteter Stier, 1907.
Oil
Post auction sale: € 45,000 / $ 49,500
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Lot description
Geschlachteter Stier. 1907.
Oil over black chalks on paper and laid on board.
Hoberg Jansen vol. II 59. Lankheit 338. Lower right inscribed "Pferde Originalzeichnung von Franz Marc aus seinem Atelier Sindelsdorf erworben" by Richard Pietzsch. 45.5 x 44 cm (17.9 x 17.3 in).

From the acclaimed collection of Elly Röthel – wife of Hans Konrad Röthel,director of Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, from 1956 to 1971.
Document of the close friendship between Richard Pietzsch and Franz Marc.
Large-size, realistic and detailed depiction.
Paintings by Franz Marc are of utmost rarity
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PROVENANCE: Collection of the artist's friend Richard Pietzsch, Munich (acquired from the artist's studio in Sindelsdorf).
Collection Elly Röthel, Munich/Princeton, New Jersey (until 1990).
Private collection North Rhine-Westphalia (from 1990).
Private collection Lower Saxony.

EXHIBITION: Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, Munich, auction 154, lot 45.

"I am drawing like a madman; get up early; the other day at 3, to see the slaughter of a mighty bull, .."
Franz Marc in a letter to Maria Franck, 1907.

 


Buyer's premium, taxation and resale right apportionment for Franz Marc "Geschlachteter Stier"
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