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    LINDA KOGEL (German 1861-1940)
    Woman with A Bowl of Tulips, 1896
    Pastel and pencil on board
    24in. x 31in.
    Signed and dated lower left: L Kogel/ 96
    Framed in an antique frame under glass
    Provenance: the collection of Karl Thieme, Munich (possibly from the artist); [Christie's Zurich, April 9, 1986, lot 213]; private collection, Middlesex, England
    Linda Kogel was a painter and designer working in Munich in the late 1890s and early 1900s. She was a member of the Munich Secession Association, Vereinigte Werkstatten fur Kunst im Handwerk, a group of painters and designers that included Peter Beherns, Bernard Pankok, Otto Eckmann, Richard Riemerschmid, and Bruno Paul. The present painting originally comes from the house of Karl Thieme, a banker in Munich and an important patron of the Vereinigte Werkstatten whose house was furnished and decorated exclusively by this group of painters, architects, and designers.

    Condition Report*: Condition: area of foxing above right shoulder, small scratch underneath, but otherwise appears to be in good condition
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    October, 2004
    30th-31st Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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