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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

(Aschaffenburg, Germany, May 6, 1880 - June 15, 1938, Frauenkirch, Switzerland)

Still Life (Gelbes Stilleben), 1911
Oil on canvas
27 5/16 x 22 in. (69.37 x 55.88 cm)

Creation Place: Europe, German
Technique: Painting
Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Best, 1957
Accession Number: P57.1.2

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Rudy Chiappini, and Museo d'Arte Moderna della Citta di Lugano, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (Lugano, Switzerland: Skira, 2000), 37 illustrated/color; 266 fig. 20 illustrated/b&w.
Lucius Grisebach, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner 1880-1938 (Koln: Taschen, 1995).
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Nationalgalerie Berlin, 1979, no. 72.
Donald E. Gordon, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968), no. 216 (illustrated).
Henri Dorra and University of California Los Angeles Art Galleries, Years of Ferment: The Birth of Twentieth Century Art, 1886-1914; an Exhibition...Presented at...UCLA Art Galleries San Francisco Museum of Art Cleveland Museum of Art" (Los Angeles: UCLA Art Council, 1965), 67 (illustrated).
Review of "German Expressionist show at Santa Barbara Museum of Art," Santa Barbara News Press, 1958.
Georg Biermann, Jahrbuch der Jungen K√ľnst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1924), 401.
German language publication catalog no. 129 (illustrated).

Schlesisches Museum, Breslau, loaned by Oskar Moll, Breslau. Kurt Feldhausser, Berlin, 1943. Mrs. Oskar Moll, England, 1952. Donated to Pomona College by John C. Best of Los Angeles, California in 1957.

On recto, signed "E Kirchner" bottom right.

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  • Sight Dimensions: 27 5/16 x 22 in. (69.37 x 55.88 cm) Measured by Al-Shibibi, Leila

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