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Paul Klee

Landschaft mit dem Galgen (Landscape with Gallows)

Paul Klee

Paul Klee

Landschaft mit dem Galgen (Landscape with Gallows)

Landschaft mit dem Galgen (Landscape with Gallows)

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Paul Klee

1879 - 1940


Landschaft mit dem Galgen (Landscape with Gallows) 

signed Klee, dated 1919 and numbered 115 (lower left)

oil and pen and ink on primed grounded gauze on board 

14 ½ by 18 ⅛ in. 36.3 by 46 cm.

Executed in 1919.


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保羅・克利

1879 - 1940年

《有絞刑架的風景》


款識︰藝術家簽名 Klee、紀年1919並標記115(左下)

油彩、鋼筆墨水、打底紗布貼於木板

14 ½ x 18 ⅛ 英寸;36.3 x 46 公分

1919年作

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Galerie Neue Kunst Hans Goltz, Munich (on commission from the artist circa 1919-20)
Galerie Neumann-Nierendorf, Berlin (acquired by 1932)
Galerie Ferdinand Möller, Cologne (acquired by 1946 and until at least 1950)
New Art Circle, J.B. Neumann, New York (acquired by 1952) 
Acquired from the above in 1952 by the present owner 
Jürg Spiller, ed., Paul Klee: Das Bildnerische Denken, Form-une Gestaltungs-Jehre, Basel and Stuttgart, 1956, p. 77, illustrated
Jürg Spiller, ed., Paul Klee: Notebooks, The Thinking Eye, vol. I, New York, 1973, p. 77, illustrated (titled Landscape with gallows and listed as oil on cardboard)
Max Huggler, Paul Klee:  Die Malerei als Blick in den Kosmos, Frauenfeld and Stuttgart, 1969, p. 53
Annegret Janda, “Paul Klee und Nationalgalerie, 1919-1937,Paul Klee. Vortrage der wissenschaftlichen Konferenz in Dresden, 19. und 90. Dezember 1984, Dresden, 1986, p. 49 (titled Traumlandschaft mit Galgen and dated 1921)
Josef Helfenstein and Christian Rümelin, Paul Klee: Catalogue Raisonné, vol. III, London and New York, 1999, no. 2178, p. 98, illustrated
Kathryn Porter Aichele, Paul Klee, Poet/Painter, Rochester, 2006, fig. 25, pp. 96-100, 112, 159, 170, illustrated
Maike Steinkamp and Ute Haug, eds., Werke und Werte. Über das Handeln und Sammeln von Kunst im Nationalsozialismus, Berlin 2010, p. 72
Annie Bourneuf, Paul Klee: The Visible and the Legible, Chicago, 2015, n.p., illustrated in color
Anna Casellato. Rilke in München: der Weg zur Abstraktion, Ph.D. dissertation Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia Università di Trento, 2021, p. 62
Copenhagen, Den Frie Udstilling, Nyere tysk kunst. Maleri og skulptur, 1932, no. 96
Munich, Haus der Kunst and Dusseldorf, Kunstmuseum, Die Maler am Bauhaus, 1950, no. 127
New York, J. B. Neumann and New Art Circle, Paul Klee, 1952, no. 5, n.p., illustrated (titled Landscape with Signs
New York, Perls Galleries, The Educated Eye: Paintings and Sculpture from Collections of Dalton School Families for the Benefit of The Dalton School and its Scholarship Program, 1964, no. 19, illustrated
Ithaca, Cornell University, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, The David M. Solinger Collection: Masterworks of Twentieth-Century Art, 2002-03, p. 89, illustrated in color