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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Liebespaar mit Raben (Schiefler H. 241; Dube H. 288; Gercken 825)

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Liebespaar mit Raben (Schiefler H. 241; Dube H. 288; Gercken 825)

Liebespaar mit Raben (Schiefler H. 241; Dube H. 288; Gercken 825)

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

1880 - 1938

Liebespaar mit Raben (Schiefler H. 241; Dube H. 288; Gercken 825)


Woodcut, 1916, signed in pencil, the only known impression of Gercken's state I of II, with the Unverkäuflich E L Kirchner stamp and the artist's estate stamp (Lugt 1570b) on the verso and inscribed in ink 'H 241 I', on wove paper, framed

image: 199 by 281 mm 7⅞ by 11 in

sheet: 278 by 359 mm 10⅞ by 14⅛ in

framed: 451 by 509 mm 17¾ by 20 in

With wide margins, the print is in good condition apart from some inconspicuous creasing at the sheet edges and some spots of skinning and old adhesive-stain on the verso. (The sheet edges slightly uneven and occasional pale fox marks visible upon close inspection.)


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Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett, 1958
Kornfeld & Klipstein, Bern, Auction 112, May 28, 1964, lot 578 
Peter Deitsch Fine Arts, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner