Paul Klee. Pastorale (Rhythms). 1927

Paul Klee Pastorale (Rhythms) 1927

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Medium
Tempera on canvas mounted on wood
Dimensions
27 1/4 x 20 5/8" (69.3 x 52.4 cm)
Credit
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Fund and exchange
Object number
157.1945
Copyright
© 2022 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
Department
Painting and Sculpture

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1927 - 1939, Paul Klee, Düsseldorf and Bern.
[1928, Rudolf Probst, Galerie Neue Kunst Fides, Dresden, consigned by the artist]
1928/29, Galerie Flechtheim (no. B8567 and D1214[6?]), Düsseldorf/Berlin, consigned by the artist.
1930, J.B. Neuman, New York, consigned by the artist.
1931, Galerie Flechtheim (no. B8567 and D1214[6?]), Düsseldorf/Berlin, consigned by the artist.
1933/34, Galerie Alex Vömel, Düsseldorf, consigned by the artist.
1934/35, The Mayor Gallery (no. 518), London, consigned by the artist.
[1934/35, Galerie Simon, Paris, consigned by the artist]
1939, Nierendorf Gallery (no. 608), New York, purchased from the artist.
By 1940 or 1941 (until 1945?), Helen Resor (1886-1964), New York.
1945, Nierendorf Gallery (no. 608), New York, acquired (on consignment?) from Helen Resor.
1945, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquired by exchange and purchased from/through Nierendorf Gallery, New York.

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