Letter from Egon Schiele to Leopold Czihaczek
29th Jan. 1913
(Tulln 1890–1918 Vienna)
January 29, 1913
Read yesterday’s Arbeiterzeitung from Tuesday the 28th [double underlined]
The two paintings “Jesuits” and “Procession,” which in the Munich Secession in the Sonderbund exhibition Cologne 1912 … (in which all the youngest from all countries, coming after van Gogh, Cezanne and Gauguin, have been represented), at the same time 127 van Goghs were on view, and was the most outstanding and select exhibition of the present time, organized by German gallery directors. The above paintings were in the monumental exhibition in Dresden, furthermore in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe, and will be shown in February at Miethke as a private collection of Dr. Reichel in Vienna, together with pictures from above collection by Romako, Kokoschka, Gütersloh, Faistauer, van Gogh, Munch, Toulouse Lautrec, Oppenheimer, and several other authoritative young artists.
To Mr. Leopold Czihaczek
Zirkusgasse 47, 2nd Floor
Egon Schiele Vienna
XIII H. Hauptstr. 101.
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Auktion: 22.06.2010, Im Kinsky Wien, 79. Kunstauktion, Klassische Moderne, Los Nr. 29
Leopold Museum-Privatstiftung, Wien (seit 2010); (1)
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