Sale: 502 / Modern Art II, July 18. 2020 in Munich Lot 330

Alexej von Jawlensky
Blaues Pferd, Um 1915/16.
Watercolor over pencil
€ 10,000 - 15,000

$ 11,400 - 17,100

Lot description
Blaues Pferd. Circa 1915/16.
Watercolor over pencil.
Jawlensky/Pieroni-Jawlensky 232. Signed in lower right. On paper. 31 x 25.4 cm (12.2 x 10 in), the full sheet. [JS].

• Very unusual motif in Jawlensky's creation, it can be regarded as a reference to the days of the "Blauer Reiter".
• The motif was chosen in reminiscence of Jawlensky's youth in Russia, it was presumably made during his Swiss exile in St. Prex.
• Composition in strong colors and with a consistent provenance
• Next to Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, Jawlensky was one of the protagonists of the "Blaue Reiter"
• Jawlensky's works are in numerous acclaimed public collections such as the Lenbachhaus, Munich, the Sprengel Museum, Hanover, and the Städel Museum, Frankfurt a. M.

PROVENANCE: Art dealer Dr. Wilhelm Moufang, Heidelberg
Heinrich Mundt, Germany (acquired from aforementioned in 1948).
E.-M. Take (daughter of the aforementioned).
Private collection North Rhine-Westphalia (acquired from the aforementioned in 1985).

Called up: July 18, 2020 - ca. 14.30 h +/- 20 min.


Buyer's premium, taxation and resale right apportionment for Alexej von Jawlensky "Blaues Pferd"
This lot can be purchased subject to differential or regular taxation.

Differential taxation:
Hammer prices up to € 500,000: 32 % buyer's premium
Hammer prices above € 500,000: for the share up to € 500,000: 32%, for the share above € 500,000: 27% buyer's premium
The buyer's premium contains VAT, however, it is not shown.

Regular taxation:
Hammer prices up to € 500,000: 25 % buyer's premium plus statutory sales tax Hammer prices above € 500,000: for the share up to € 500,000: 25%, for the share above € 500.000: 20% buyer's premium, each plus statutory sales tax

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Resale right apportionment:
Objects made by artists who have not died at least 70 years ago are subject to a resale right apportionment of 2.4% including statutory sales tax.