Five Essays On Klee Armitage Merle

Exhibition, Publication and Ownership Histories

Exhibition History

Munich, Neue Münchener Secession, XI Ausstellung, Summer/Fall 1925, cat. 39.

Bern, Kunsthalle, Paul Klee, February 23–March 24, 1935, cat. 19.Lucerne, Kunstmuseum, Paul Klee, Fritz Huf, April 26–June 3, 1936, no. 19.

New York, Nierendorf Gallery, Paul Klee: An Exhibition in Honor of the Sixtieth Birthday of the Artist, February 1940, cat. 1.

Chicago, Arts Club, The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Florsheim, November 4–29, 1941, cat. 12.

Chicago, Arts Club, Paul Klee, Works from Chicago Collections, January16–February 20, 1962, n.p. (not ill.), cat. 15.

Publication History

Karl Nierendorf, ed., Paul Klee, Paintings, Watercolors 1913 to 1939 (Oxford University Press: New York, 1941), n.p. (ill.), plate 14.

Merle Armitage, Five Essays on Paul Klee (Duell, Sloan and Pearce: New York, 1950), p. 88 (not ill.).

Paul-Klee Stiftung, Paul Klee. Catalogue Raisonné (Die Stiftung: Bern, 2000), vol. 4, p. 263 (ill.), cat. 3625.

Ownership History

Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Paris by 1939 [Paul-Klee Stiftung, 2000]. Karl Nierendorf Gallery, New York, by 1939 until at least 1940 [Paul-Klee Stiftung, 2000 and New York 1940 exh. cat.]. Harold M. and Claire Florsheim, Highland Park, Ill., by 1941 [Chicago 1941 exh. cat.]. Katherine Kuh Gallery, Chicago [according to telephone conversation in October 1991 between Katherine Kuh and AIC curator Charles Stuckey]. Dr. Ernest B. and Claire Zeisler (formerly Claire Florsheim), Chicago by June 1960 to September 30, 1991 [conservation report June 30, 1960 by Louis Pomerantz in curatorial file]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1991.

Exhibition, Publication and Ownership Histories

Exhibition History

New York, Museum of Modern Art, Paul Klee, March 13–April 2, 1930, p. 11, cat. 60, as Der andere Blick, The Second Glance.

Düsseldorf, Kunstverein für Rheinlande und Westfalen mit der Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, Paul Klee, June 14–July 6, 1931, p. 12, cat. 84, as Der Andere Blick.

Berlin, Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, Paul Klee: Neue Bilder und Aquarelle, November 15–December 10, 1931, cat. 4.

Prague, Vereinigung der bildenden Künstler Manes, International Exhibition, November 29, 1935–January 2, 1936, cat. 13.

Paris, Musée du Jeu de Pomme, Origines et Développement de l’Art International Indépendant, July 30–October 31, 1937, n.p., cat. 127, as L’autre regard.

New York, Nierendorf Gallery, Paul Klee: A Choice Collection of the Master’s Work, October 24–November 1938, cat. 12.

Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, The Sources of Modern Painting, March 2–April 10, 1939, p. 56, cat. 48, as The Other Look, Der Andere Blick; traveled to New York, Wildenstein and Co., April 25–May 20, 1939.

Chicago, Arts Club, The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Florsheim, November 4–29, 1941, cat. 14, as The Other Look.

Chicago, Renaissance Society, Paul Klee, June 5–24, 1946, cat. 4., as The Other Look.

Chicago, Arts Club, Paul Klee: Works from Chicago Collections, January 16– February 20, 1962, n.p., cat. 36, as The Other Look. [coll. Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Zeisler]

Publication History

Roger Vitrac, “A propos des oeuvres récentes Paul Klee,” Cashiers d’Art, 5, 6 (1930), pp. 301–306.

John A. Thwaites, “Paul Klee and the Object,” Parnassus 9, 6 (November 1937), p. 8 (ill.), as Searching Eyes.

Karl Nierendorf, Paul Klee: Paintings and Watercolors, 1913 to 1939 (Oxford University Press, 1941), cat. 27 (ill.).

Merle Armitage, Five Essays on Paul Klee (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1950), p. 89.

Annegret Janda, Paul Klee und Nationalgalerie 1919–1937 (Dresden, 1986), p. 49.

Paul-Klee-Stiftung, Paul Klee: Catalogue Raisonné (Bern: Paul-Klee-Stiftung, 2001), vol. 5, p. 418 (ill.), cat. 5135, as Der Andere Blick, The Other Gaze.

Ownership History

Alfred Flechtheim, Berlin, 1930–1932 [Paul-Klee-Stiftung 2001]. Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Galerie Simon, Paris, by 1935 [Paul-Klee-Stiftung 2001]. J. Israel Ber Neumann, New Art Circle, Neumann Gallery, Berlin and New York, 1935–at least 1937 [Paul-Klee-Stiftung 2001 and Thwaites 1937]. Karl Nierendorf, New York, 1937–1940 [Paul-Klee-Stiftung 2001]. Harold M. and Claire Florsheim, Highland Park, Ill., by 1941–at least 1946 [Chicago 1941 and Chicago 1946]. Katherine Kuh, Chicago [Paul-Klee-Stiftung 2001]. Dr. Ernest and Claire Zeisler (formerly Claire Florsheim), Chicago by 1962–1991 [Chicago 1962 and Paul-Klee-Stiftung 2001]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1991.

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