Sale: 517 / Modern Art II, June 18. 2021 in Munich Lot 143

 
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Heinrich Zille
Ohne Neid, Wohl 1920.
Brush and India ink- and pen drawing with opaqu...
Post auction sale: € 10,000 / $ 12,000
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Lot description
Ohne Neid. Wohl 1920s.
Brush and India ink- and pen drawing with opaque white over reproduction proof.
Titked in bottom center and lower right inscribed "Da sehste Lotte / wat de feine Leite alles so zusamm' saufen!". On smooth wove paper. 24 x 31.3 cm (9.4 x 12.3 in), size of sheet.
Presumably in the course of the subsequent publication, Zille emphasized the contours and contrasts in an elaborate revision of the underlying print with wash ink pen, ink brush and opaque white, he also added numerous fine details as well as both the title and the characteristic subtitle to the work. [CH].
• Privately-owned for over 20 years.
• Published in 1925 in the satirical weekly magazine "Simplicissimus" (under the title "Künstler Erdenwallen").
• The characteristic big city scene visualizes the artist's unique sense of humor.
• Comparable drawings are in the collections of the Kupferstichkabinett of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, and the Museum Ludwig, Cologne
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PROVENANCE: Private collection Berlin.
Galerie Rudolf, Kampen/Sylt (acquired from the above in 1998).
Private colelction North Rhine Westphalia (acquired from the above in 1999).

LITERATURE: Simplicissimus, Munich 1925, year 29, issue 53, page 763 (titled "Künstlers Erdenwallen", with illu.).
Herbert Reinoß (editor), Das neue Zille-Buch, Hanover 1969, p. 167 (with illu.).
Villa Grisebach Auktionen, Berlin, 68th auction, Art of the 19. and 20. Century, November 28, 1998, lot 172 (with black-and-white illu.).

143
Heinrich Zille
Ohne Neid, Wohl 1920.
Brush and India ink- and pen drawing with opaqu...
Post auction sale: € 10,000 / $ 12,000
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