RECENT ACQUISITIONS

RECENT ACQUISITIONS

singing girl by erich heckel

Erich Heckel

Singing Girl, 1907

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children seated under apple tree by josef karl rädler

Josef Karl Rädler

Children Seated Under Apple Tree, 1914

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vision (mathilde schoenberg) by arnold schönberg

Arnold Schönberg

Vision (Mathilde Schoenberg), 1923

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three-quarter length portrait of a standing woman by gustav klimt

Gustav Klimt

Three-Quarter Length Portrait of a Standing Woman, 1917–1918

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gypsy with child in front of covered wagon by otto mueller

Otto Mueller

Gypsy with Child in Front of Covered Wagon, 1926–1927

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wine bar by george grosz

George Grosz

Wine Bar, 1925

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012Friday, October 12, 2012


New York, NY USA

As is traditional, the Galerie St. Etienne’s summer installation features RECENT ACQUISITIONS, and also recaps highlights of the past year’s exhibition program.

Over the course of its 2011-2012 season, the Galerie St. Etienne examined women’s representation in Austrian and German art of the early twentieth century, reflected on the changing field of self-taught art, and traced contemporary artist Sue Coe’s steadfast commitment to various social issues through a major exhibition of new and old works. This year’s RECENT ACQUISITIONS exhibition features rare oil paintings by George Grosz and Arnold Schoenberg, a wonderful selection of drawings by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, prints by Max Beckmann and Erich Heckel, and important oils and works on paper by Marie-Louise Motesiczky. Rounding out the show are groupings of works by Sue Coe, Grandma Moses, and Josef-Karl Rädler, and an oil painting by John Kane.

RECENT ACQUISITIONS is documented by a comprehensive checklist, which is available free of charge by mail, or can be downloaded from our website: http://www.gseart.com. The accompanying essay contains the Galerie St. Etienne’s annual “state of the market” report, which this year discusses the “authentication crisis.”