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Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin
Detailabbildung: Paul Klee, 1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin

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Paul Klee,
1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin

AKTE UND GROTESKEN Federzeichnungen.
Innerhalb des Passepartouts: 27 x 21 cm.
Links unten datiert und betitelt „1912, 76 Akte und Grotesken“, einer der fünf Ausschnitte mit Signatur „Klee“.
Im Passepartout, hinter Glas gerahmt.

Catalogue price € 25.000 - 30.000 Catalogue price€ 25.000 - 30.000  $ 28,249 - 33,900
£ 21,250 - 25,500
元 189,500 - 227,400
₽ 1,813,500 - 2,176,200

 

Beigegeben Expertise von der Paul-Klee-Stiftung, Kunstmuseum Bern vom 01.März 1993: „We confirm that the work reprduced on this photograph is an original by Paul Klee, mentioned in his own oeuvre catalogue as follows: 1912, 76 Akte u. Grotesken 3 Ingres 2 Leinenpapier Feder“. Unterzeichnet von Josef Helfenstein, Curator und Stefan Frey, Curatorial Assistant.

Provenienz:
Jan Arp – Italien 1912; R. Scalabrini – Mailand; Sammlung Crespi – Mailand. (1181941) (18)


Paul Klee,
1879 Münchenbuchsee, Kanton Bern – 1940 Muralto, Tessin

NUDES AND GROTESQUES

Ink drawings.
Dimensions inside mount: 27 x 21 cm
Titled and dated “1912, 76 Akte und Grotesken” (nudes and grotesques) lower left, one of the five drawings signed “Klee” within the visible cut out section of the mount.
Framed with mount under glass.

Accompanied by an expert’s report from the Paul-Klee-Stiftung, Kunstmuseum Bern dated 1 March 1993: “We confirm that the work reproduced on this photograph is an original by Paul Klee, mentioned in his own oeuvre catalogue as follows: 1912, 76 Akte u. Grotesken 3 Ingres 2 Leinenpapier Feder”. Signed by Josef Helfenstein, curator and Stefan Frey, curatorial assistant.

Provenance:
Jan Arp – Italy 1912; R. Scalabrini – Milan; Crespi Collection – Milan.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.