Exhibition Preview 2024

UNIQUE WORKS BY HONORÉ DAUMIER FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, LARGE KOLLWITZ EXHIBITION STARTING IN MARCH, CONTEMPORARY ART BY MUNTEAN/ROSENBLUM , SUMMER WITH THE STÄDEL / WOMEN, OUTSTANDING PORTRAITS BY REMBRANDT AND CONTEMPORARIES, ITALIAN BAROQUE DRAWINGS FOR THE BUCHMESSE

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2024 EXHIBITION PREVIEW

ONE-OF-A-KIND WORKS BY HONORÉ DAUMIER FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, A MAJOR KOLLWITZ EXHIBITION STARTING IN MARCH, CONTEMPORARY ART BY MUNTEAN/ROSENBLUM, SUMMER WITH THE STÄDEL / WOMEN, EXCEPTIONAL PORTRAIT ART BY REMBRANDT AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES, ITALIAN BAROQUE DRAWINGS DURING THE BOOK FAIR

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Honoré Daumier (1808–1879)
Nadar élevant la photographie à la hauteur de l'art (Nadar elevating photography to art), 1862
Chalk lithograph, sur chine
445 × 310 mm
© Privatsammlung

Honoré Daumier, Nadar élevant la photographie à la hauteur de l'art (Nadar elevating photography to art), 1862

Honoré Daumier (1808–1879)
Le Passé – le présent – l'avenir (The past – The present – The future), 1834
Chalk lithograph, sur blanc
320 × 230 mm
© Private collection

Honoré Daumier, Le Passé – le présent – l'avenir (The past – The present – The future), 1834

Honoré Daumier (1808–1879)
Madame déménage! (Madame is moving), 1867
Chalk lithograph, sur blanc
337 × 268 mm
© Private collection

Honoré Daumier, Madame déménage! (Madame is moving), 1867

Honoré Daumier (1808–1879)
L’Amateur d’estampes (The Collector of engravings), c. 1860–62
Oil on wood
© Private collection

Honoré Daumier, L’Amateur d’estampes (The Collector of engravings), um 1860–62

Honoré Daumier (1808–1879)
Ratapoil, 1851 (model)
Bronze
44 x 16,4 x 18,5 cm
© Private collection

Honoré Daumier, Ratapoil, 1851 (model)

Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945)
Self-portrait with head in hand
1889/91
Pen and brush in sepia on laid paper
200 x 160 mm
Käthe Kollwitz Museum Köln

Käthe Kollwitz, Self-portrait with head in hand, 1889/91

Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945)
Outbreak
Plate 5 from The Peasants’ War
1902/03
Line etching, drypoint, aquatint, reservage, soft-ground etching with impressions from two types of fabric and Ziegler transfer paper on wove paper
656 × 784 mm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Käthe Kollwitz, Outbreak, Plate 5 from The Peasants’ War, 1902/03

Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945)
Female nude seen from the back with green shawl
1903
Crayon and brush lithograph with scraping needle on the drawing stone in two colours (brown and green), blue lights in the background applied with pastel chalk, on light brown coloured paper
589 × 460 mm
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett
Photo: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett / Dietmar Katz

Käthe Kollwitz, Female nude seen from the back with green shawl, 1903

Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945)
Half-length portrait of a working-class woman with blue shawl
1903
Crayon and brush lithograph with scraper on the drawing stone in two colours (blue and brown) on wove paper
345 × 316 mm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Käthe Kollwitz, Half-length portrait of a working-class woman with blue shawl, 1903

Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945)
Parisian Cellar Tavern
1904
Chalk and gouache on handmade paper
472 x 476 mm
bpk / Sprengel Museum Hannover, Vermächtnis Konrad Wrede, Hannover (1947) / Herling/Gwose/Werner

Käthe Kollwitz, Parisian Cellar Tavern, 1904

Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945)
Two Studies of a Labourer Woman
1910
Black chalk on handmade paper
624 x 480 mm
Collection of David Lachenmann

Käthe Kollwitz, Two Studies of a Labourer Woman, 1910

Muntean/Rosenblum
Untitled („To hope is dangerous…“)
2023
Oil, pastel chalks on canvas
158 x 189 cm
Courtesy of the artists
© Muntean/Rosenblum
Photo: © Sandro E.E. Zanzinger Photographie 2023

Muntean/Rosenblum, Untitled („To hope is dangerous…“), 2023

Muntean/Rosenblum
Untitled (Nothing fixes a thing…)
2010
Oil on canvas
62 x 60 cm
Private collection, Vienna
© Muntean/Rosenblum
Photo: ©Jens Preusse

Muntean/Rosenblum, Untitled (Nothing fixes a thing…), 2010

Muntean/Rosenblum
Untitled („We do not have...“)
2023
Oil, pastel chalks on canvas
Sammlung Stahlberg, Coburg
© Muntean/Rosenblum
Photo: © Sandro E.E. Zanzinger Photographie 2023

Muntean/Rosenblum, Untitled („We do not have...“), 2023

Erna Auerbach (1897–1975)
Portrait of a Woman in Black (Self-Portrait), 1932
Oil on canvas
67 x 50 cm
Historisches Museum Frankfurt
Historisches Museum Frankfurt, Photo: Horst Ziegenfusz

Erna Auerbach, Portrait of a Woman in Black (Self-Portrait), 1932

Louise Breslau (1856–1927)
Jeune femme et chrysanthèmes - Portrait of Mina Carlson-Bredberg, 1890
Oil on canvas
95 x 91,5 cm
© Privately owned
Photo: HVM St. Gallen, Michael Elser

Louise Breslau, Jeune femme et chrysanthèmes - Portrait of Mina Carlson-Bredberg, 1890

Annie Stebler-Hopf (1861–1918)
At the dissecting table (Professor Poirier, Paris), c. 1889
Oil on canvas
114 x 147 cm
Kunstmuseum Bern, gift of her husband from the artist's estate
© Kunstmuseum Bern

Annie Stebler-Hopf, At the dissecting table (Professor Poirier, Paris), c. 1889

Marie-Louise von Motesiczky (1906–1996)
Stockerl, 1926
Oil on canvas
61,2 x 38,2 cm
privately owned
Courtesy of Wienerroither & Kohlbacher
© Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust 2024

Marie-Louise von Motesiczky, Stockerl, 1926

Louise Schmidt (1855–1924)
Sitzender Knabe (Sonnenanbeter), before 1913
Marble
65 x 46 cm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Louise Schmidt, Sitzender Knabe (Sonnenanbeter), before 1913

Eugenie Bandell (1858–1918)
Sun at Noon (Wilhelmsbad), 1913
Oil on canvas
64,5 x 70,5 cm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Eugenie Bandell, Sun at Noon (Wilhelmsbad), 1913

Hildegard Lehnert painting en plein air, around 1890
Photograph
Roederstein-Jughenn Archive in the Städel Museum Frankfurt am Main

Hildegard Lehnert painting en plein air, around 1890

Ottilie W. Roederstein with her students at the Städel Art Institute, around 1898
Photograph
Roederstein-Jughenn Archive in the Städel Museum Frankfurt am Main

Ottilie W. Roederstein with her students at the Städel Art Institute, around 1898

Annibale Carracci (1560—1609)
Study of Venus at Rest
ca. 1602
278 x 378 mm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Annibale Carracci, Study of Venus at Rest, ca. 1602

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591—1666)
Christ in Emmaus
ca. 1619
185 x 262 mm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri), Christ in Emmaus, ca. 1619

Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680)
Portrait of a man, ca. 1635
256 x 195 mm
Black, red and white chalk, on brown prepared paper
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Portrait of a man, ca. 1635

Stefano della Bella (1610–1664)
Deer hunting, ca. 1635
155 x 247 mm
Pen and brown ink over graphite with added grey wash
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Stefano della Bella, Deer hunting, ca. 1635

Bartholomeus van der Helst (ca. 1613 - 1670)
Two regents of the Spinhuis, 1650
Oil on canvas
219 x 305 cm
Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

Bartholomeus van der Helst, Two regents of the Spinhuis, 1650

Bartholomeus van der Helst (ca. 1613 - 1670)
The Guild Masters (overlieden) of the Kloveniersdoele, 1655
Oil on canvas
171 x 283 cm
Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

Bartholomeus van der Helst The Guild Masters (overlieden) of the Kloveniersdoele, 1655

Govaert Flinck (1615 - 1660)
Wijk 1 of the Voetboog Riflemen under Captain Joan Huydecoper and Lieutenant Frans van Waveren, ca. 1648 - 1650
Oil on canvas
265 x 513 cm
Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

Govaert Flinck, Wijk 1 of the Voetboog Riflemen under Captain Joan Huydecoper and Lieutenant Frans van Waveren, ca. 1648 - 1650

Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606 - 1669)
Anatomy lesson of Dr. Jan Deijman (fragment), 1656
Oil on canvas
100 x 134 cm
Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Anatomy lesson of Dr. Jan Deijman (fragment), 1656, 1656

Johannes Lingelbach (ca. 1622 - 1674)
The Dam, seen from the south, with the town hall under construction, 1656
Oil on canvas
122.5 x 206 cm
Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

Johannes Lingelbach, The Dam, seen from the south, with the town hall under construction, 1656

Berchem, Nicolaes (ca. 1620 - 1683)
Allegory of the Expansion of Amsterdam, 1653 - 1673
Oil on canvas 172.5 x 148.2 cm
Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

Berchem, Nicolaes, Allegory of the Expansion of Amsterdam, 1653 - 1673
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