Sale: 508 / Art of the 19th Century, Dec. 12. 2020 in Munich Lot 337

 
337
Karl Hagemeister
Der Schwielowsee bei Kaputh – Frühling, Um 1882.
Oil on canvas
Estimate:
€ 18,000 / $ 21,060
Sold:
€ 55,000 / $ 64.349

(incl. 25% surcharge)
Lot description
Der Schwielowsee bei Kaputh – Frühling. Um 1882.
Oil on canvas.
Warmt G 120. Signed in lower right. Verso of the stretcher with old, partly fragmentarily preserved labels and hand-written numbers. 80.5 x 111 cm (31.6 x 43.7 in).

PROVENANCE: Galerie Georg Nicklas, Berlin.
Galerie Heinemann, Munich, no. 11400 (with label; acquired from aforementioned in 1912, until 1939, mentioned in inventory from December 31, 1939).
Galerie Zinckgraf, Munich (1939-1942).
Presumably collection of brewery owner E. Baumgartner, Raitenhaslach b. Burghausen (from 1942, acquired from aforementioned)
Leo Spik, Berlin, auction on October 24, 2002, lot 105.
Galerie Art 1900, Berlin.
Private collection Berlin.
Amicable agreement with the heirs of Galerie Heinemann (2020).
The work is free from restitution claims. The offer is made in amicable agreement with the heirs of Galerie Heinemann on basis of a fair and just solution.

EXHIBITION: Karl Hagemeister, Galerie Heinemann, Munich, 1912, no. 27.
Karl Hagemeister, Galerie Ernst Arnold, Dresden, 1913, no. 11.
Karl Hagemeister, Kunstverein Mannheim, 1914, no. 7.
Münchener Jahresausstellung, Glaspalast Munich, 1916, no. 782.
Prof. Karl Hagemeister, Galerie Heinemann, Munich, 1928, no. 14.

"Observing nature, being a part of it, listening to its most intimate sensations, that's the big mistery we all have to learn.“
Quore from: Karl Hagemeister, Kleine Selbstbiographie, Werder 1928 (Bröhan-Museum archive)

337
Karl Hagemeister
Der Schwielowsee bei Kaputh – Frühling, Um 1882.
Oil on canvas
Estimate:
€ 18,000 / $ 21,060
Sold:
€ 55,000 / $ 64.349

(incl. 25% surcharge)