Kurt Schwitters. Karlsruhe. 1929

Kurt Schwitters



Cut-and-pasted printed papers and crayon on printed board
16 5/8 x 11 5/8" (42.3 x 29.6 cm)
The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation
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Kurt Schwitters has 97 works  online.
There are 15,092 drawings online.
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Kurt Schwitters, Hannover, Germany; Lysaker, Norway; (then possibly in England). 1929 – 1948

Ernst Schwitters (the artist’s son), Lysaker near Oslo, Norway. Inherited KS estate, 1948 - 1972

Marlborough Fine Arts, London. On consignment, 1963 - 1972

Meshulam Riklis, New York / McCrory Corporation. Purchase, 1972 – 1983

The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Riklis Collection of McCrory Corporation, 1983

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