Marschlandschaft. Um 1925. Watercolor. Signed in lower right. On brownish paper. 30.5 x 48.3 cm (12 x 19 in), the full sheet.
• The composition is characterized by a remarkable depth effect • The dense pigmentation creates a velvety surface effect • Watercolor in particularly strong colors • Rare subtle reflections of the clouds on water surface.
Accompanied by a photo expertise issued by Prof. Manfred Reuther, Klockries, March 28, 2020.The watercolor is listed in the Reuther archive with the number "Nolde A - 170/2020".
PROVENANCE: Private collection Berlin/ Israel. Private collection Israel (inherited from aforementiond).
"We often looked across at our beloved dreamy Utenwarf - just a stonethrow away and mysteriously garlanded by lilac shrubs. Always with a feeling of connectedness, as it meant so munch to us." Emil Nolde, 1926, quote after: Festschrift on occasion of the exhibition 'Ada und Emil Nolde zum Gedächtnis', Seebüll 1957, p. 30.