Sale: 503 / Post War / Contemporary Art II, July 17. 2020 in Munich Lot 22

 
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Rainer Fetting
Rote Lilie, 2005.
Oil on canvas
Estimate:
€ 25,000 - 35,000

 
$ 28,500 - 39,900

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Lot description
Rote Lilie. 2005.
Oil on canvas.
Verso signed, dated and titled, as well as inscribed with the work number "G 381", dimensions and technique. 140 x 100 cm (55.1 x 39.3 in). [JH/CH].

• In the 1970s Fetting was co-founder of the artist groups "Neue" and "Junge Wilden" (New and Young Wild Artists)
• Contemporary, expressive interpretation of the classic flower still life
• The ‘Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Schloss Gottorf‘, Schleswig, shows the grand Fetting exhibition "Here are the lemons" from May 19 to October 18, 2020)
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This work's authenticity has kindly been confirmed by the artist.

PROVENANCE: Galerie Deschler, Berlin.
Private collection Northen Germany.

"Throughout the decades I have painted flower pictures - deliberately and with particular pleasure, even in times when this was completely frowned upon by the prevailing zeitgeist, especially during the days of the so-called 'wild painters'. On winter days in the old gray walled city of Berlin it was quite a pleasure to put a bouquet of flowers in the studio – the fact that 'flower pictures' are not all the same is often overlooked. Its always a question of the context they were made in. " Rainer Fetting in March 2020.

Called up: July 17, 2020 - ca. 13.21 h +/- 20 min.

 


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