Sale: 512 / Modern Art II, Dec. 12. 2020 in Munich Lot 498

 
498
Edgar Degas
Au Café-concert, Um 1877.
Monotype
Estimate:
€ 7,000 - 9,000

 
$ 8,190 - 10,530

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Lot description
Au Café-concert. Um 1877.
Monotype.
Adhémar/Cachin 9. With teh studio stamp (Lugt 657) in lower rigth. From an edition of unknown print run. On wove paper. 8.5 x 17.4 cm (3.3 x 6.8 in). Sheet: 22 x 36 cm (8,6 x 14,1 in).
The work differs from the copy in Adhémar/Cachin 9: Different dimensions, there mentioned as 7.6 x 16.8 cm. As Degas often printed several copies from one and the same monotype, every following print was a little weaker. The red oval stamp can be found on all paintings, drawings and prints that French officials discovered in Degas’ studio in December 1917. [SL].
• Part of the important group of concert cafés and theater scenes which Degas preferably made in winter 1876/77.
• The monotype shows Degas' characteristic structured composition and his subtle lines.
• Copy from a very small edition.
• His works are part of international collections like the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Musée d’Orsay, Paris, or the Städel Museum, Frankfurt
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PROVENANCE: Private collection North Rhine-Westphalia.

LITERATURE: (different copy)
Paul Lafond, Degas, 2 volumes, Floury, Paris 1918/19.

Called up: December 12, 2020 - ca. 18.53 h +/- 20 min.

 


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