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Carl SpitzwegDer Bettelmusikant (Vorstudie)

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Carl Spitzweg
Der Bettelmusikant (Vorstudie)

Öl auf Balsaholz (Zigarrenkistenholz). 26 x 9 cm.

Gutachten
Adolf Alt, München, 14.2.1924 (liegt nicht mehr vor). - Dr. Siegfried Wichmann (erstellt vor 1999).

Provenienz
Sammlung der Familie Spitzweg. - Auktion Hugo Helbing, München, 14.2.1924, Lot 648 mit Abb. - Westfälische Privatsammlung. - 771. Lempertz-Auktion, Köln, 15.5.1999, Lot 1469. - Westfälische Privatsammlung.

Ausstellungen
Ausstellung "Carl Spitzweg", Stiftung Haus der Kunst, München, 24.1.- 4.5.2003. - Ehemals Dauerleihgabe Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf (bis 2019).

Literatur
Wichmann, Siegfried: Carl Spitzweg. Verzeichnis der Werke. Gemälde und Aquarelle, Stuttgart 2002, S. 577, Nr. 1599. - Roennefahrt, Günther: Carl Spitzweg. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis seiner Gemälde, Ölstudien und Aquarelle, München, 1960, Nr. 1100. - Wichmann, Siegfried: Carl Spitzweg. Der Bettelmusikant. Dokumentation, Starnberg-München, R.f.v.u.a.K. 1996, S.1ff. Bayr. Staatsbibl. München, Inventarnr. Ana 656 SW 138.

Diese kleine Skizze stellt die Vorstudie zu Spitzwegs ebenfalls kleinformatigem (41,1 x 12,9 cm) und gleichnamigem Werk "Der Bettelmusikant" dar, welches sich in der Neuen Pinakothek in München befindet (Inventarnr. 8944).
Während Spitzweg in unserer Vorstudie, wie üblich, auf Details verzichtet (Laterne, Wandbemalung, Fenstersprossen und -läden) nimmt er auch den Bewohner des Hauses, der zornig mit einer Zipfelmütze auf dem Kopf aus dem obersten Fenster auf den Musikanten herabblickt, nicht in die Studie auf. Da diese Figur ein wichtiges Element der Endfassung darstellt, wird deutlich, dass Spitzweg innerhalb dieser Studie den Fokus auf andere Inhalte legte. Es kam Spitzweg scheinbar darauf an, den Bettelmusikanten in die Farbflächen des Bodens und der Architektur einzubetten.
Wichmann schreibt in seinem Gutachten: „Die breit gemalte Skizze zeigt eine hervorragende Technik, die sich Spitzweg in den 50er Jahren aneignet. […] Auffällig […] ist die klare Trennung von hellen und dunklen Flächen, die Spitzweg genial vorträgt, so daß der Klarinettenspieler als Silhouette vor einer hellen Wand steht, noch eingebunden links in eine bräunliche Wandfläche, der Schatten hebt sich nun mittelbar vom Standmotiv ab und bindet auch nochmals die Figur statisch an den Grund.“
Verso befindet sich ein handschriftliches Etikett mit der Bestätigung der Echtheit durch Richard Spitzweg: „Ich bestätige, daß das umstehende Gemälde: „Der Bettelmusikant“, Flötenspieler seinen Zylinder für eine Gabe emporhaltend, auf Zigarrenbrettchen gemalt, 25 ½ cm hoch, 9 cm breit, eine Originalarbeit meines Großonkels Carl Spitzweg ist. München, den 7. Febr. 1924 Richard Spitzweg.“





Carl Spitzweg
The Beggar Musician (Study)

Oil on balsa wood (cigar case wood). 26 x 9 cm.

Certificate
Adolf Alt, Munich, 14.2.1924 (no longer extant)
Dr. Siegfried Wichmann (written prior to 1999)

Provenance
Spitzweg family collection. - Auctioned by Hugo Helbing, Munich, 14.2.1924, lot 648, illus. - Westphalian private collection. - Lempertz auction 771, 15.5.1999, lot 1469. - Westphalian private collection.

Exhibitions
Exhibited in: "Carl Spitzweg", Stiftung Haus der Kunst, Munich, 24.1.- 4.5.2003. - Formerly on permanent loan to the Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf (until 2019)

Literature
Wichmann, Siegfried: Carl Spitzweg. Verzeichnis der Werke. Gemälde und Aquarelle, Stuttgart 2002, p. 577, no. 1599 - Roennefahrt, Günther: Carl Spitzweg. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis seiner Gemälde, Ölstudien und Aquarelle, Munich, 1960, no. 1100. - Wichmann, Siegfried: carl Spitzweg, Der Bettelmusikant. Dokumentatio, Starnberg-Munich, R.f.v.u.a.K. 1996, p. 1ff. Bayr. Staatsbibl. München, inv. no. Ana 656 SW 138.

This small sketch is a study for Spitzweg's eponymous small format work "Der Bettelmusikant" (41.1 x 12.9 cm) which is now housed in the Neue Pinakothek in Munich (inv. no. 8944).

As usual in a study, Spitzweg dispenses with details such as the lantern, wall mural, window frames, and shutters, but he also fails to include the man with a night cap who, in the final painting, glares downangrily at the musician from an upper floor window. The fact that this figure formed such an integral part of the finished composition indicates that Spitzweg wished to focus on other details in this sketch. He was obviously more concerned with how to integrate the beggar musician into the tonal fields of the ground and the architecture.

Wichmann writes in his expertise: “This loosely painted sketch displays the exceptional technique which Spitzweg adopted in the 1850s. [...] It is interesting to note [...] the clear demarkation between lighter and darker areas which Spitzweg applies brilliantly, making the clarinet player appear silhoutted against the pale colour of the wall and blended into the darker area on the left, whilst his shadow constrasts with the figure himself and binds him to the ground below.” (from the German).

The back of the sketch bears a hand-written notice by Richard Spitzweg confirming its authenticity: “I confirm the opposite painting: “Der Bettelmusikant”, flute player holding out his top hat to receive alms, painted on cigar wood, 25 ½ cm high, 9 cm wide, to be an authentic work made by my great-uncle Carl Spitzweg. Munich, 7th February 1924 Richard Spitzweg.” (from the German)





Carl Spitzweg
Der Bettelmusikant (Vorstudie)

Öl auf Balsaholz (Zigarrenkistenholz). 26 x 9 cm.

Gutachten
Adolf Alt, München, 14.2.1924 (liegt nicht mehr vor). - Dr. Siegfried Wichmann (erstellt vor 1999).

Provenienz
Sammlung der Familie Spitzweg. - Auktion Hugo Helbing, München, 14.2.1924, Lot 648 mit Abb. - Westfälische Privatsammlung. - 771. Lempertz-Auktion, Köln, 15.5.1999, Lot 1469. - Westfälische Privatsammlung.

Ausstellungen
Ausstellung "Carl Spitzweg", Stiftung Haus der Kunst, München, 24.1.- 4.5.2003. - Ehemals Dauerleihgabe Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf (bis 2019).

Literatur
Wichmann, Siegfried: Carl Spitzweg. Verzeichnis der Werke. Gemälde und Aquarelle, Stuttgart 2002, S. 577, Nr. 1599. - Roennefahrt, Günther: Carl Spitzweg. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis seiner Gemälde, Ölstudien und Aquarelle, München, 1960, Nr. 1100. - Wichmann, Siegfried: Carl Spitzweg. Der Bettelmusikant. Dokumentation, Starnberg-München, R.f.v.u.a.K. 1996, S.1ff. Bayr. Staatsbibl. München, Inventarnr. Ana 656 SW 138.

Diese kleine Skizze stellt die Vorstudie zu Spitzwegs ebenfalls kleinformatigem (41,1 x 12,9 cm) und gleichnamigem Werk "Der Bettelmusikant" dar, welches sich in der Neuen Pinakothek in München befindet (Inventarnr. 8944).
Während Spitzweg in unserer Vorstudie, wie üblich, auf Details verzichtet (Laterne, Wandbemalung, Fenstersprossen und -läden) nimmt er auch den Bewohner des Hauses, der zornig mit einer Zipfelmütze auf dem Kopf aus dem obersten Fenster auf den Musikanten herabblickt, nicht in die Studie auf. Da diese Figur ein wichtiges Element der Endfassung darstellt, wird deutlich, dass Spitzweg innerhalb dieser Studie den Fokus auf andere Inhalte legte. Es kam Spitzweg scheinbar darauf an, den Bettelmusikanten in die Farbflächen des Bodens und der Architektur einzubetten.
Wichmann schreibt in seinem Gutachten: „Die breit gemalte Skizze zeigt eine hervorragende Technik, die sich Spitzweg in den 50er Jahren aneignet. […] Auffällig […] ist die klare Trennung von hellen und dunklen Flächen, die Spitzweg genial vorträgt, so daß der Klarinettenspieler als Silhouette vor einer hellen Wand steht, noch eingebunden links in eine bräunliche Wandfläche, der Schatten hebt sich nun mittelbar vom Standmotiv ab und bindet auch nochmals die Figur statisch an den Grund.“
Verso befindet sich ein handschriftliches Etikett mit der Bestätigung der Echtheit durch Richard Spitzweg: „Ich bestätige, daß das umstehende Gemälde: „Der Bettelmusikant“, Flötenspieler seinen Zylinder für eine Gabe emporhaltend, auf Zigarrenbrettchen gemalt, 25 ½ cm hoch, 9 cm breit, eine Originalarbeit meines Großonkels Carl Spitzweg ist. München, den 7. Febr. 1924 Richard Spitzweg.“





Carl Spitzweg
The Beggar Musician (Study)

Oil on balsa wood (cigar case wood). 26 x 9 cm.

Certificate
Adolf Alt, Munich, 14.2.1924 (no longer extant)
Dr. Siegfried Wichmann (written prior to 1999)

Provenance
Spitzweg family collection. - Auctioned by Hugo Helbing, Munich, 14.2.1924, lot 648, illus. - Westphalian private collection. - Lempertz auction 771, 15.5.1999, lot 1469. - Westphalian private collection.

Exhibitions
Exhibited in: "Carl Spitzweg", Stiftung Haus der Kunst, Munich, 24.1.- 4.5.2003. - Formerly on permanent loan to the Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf (until 2019)

Literature
Wichmann, Siegfried: Carl Spitzweg. Verzeichnis der Werke. Gemälde und Aquarelle, Stuttgart 2002, p. 577, no. 1599 - Roennefahrt, Günther: Carl Spitzweg. Beschreibendes Verzeichnis seiner Gemälde, Ölstudien und Aquarelle, Munich, 1960, no. 1100. - Wichmann, Siegfried: carl Spitzweg, Der Bettelmusikant. Dokumentatio, Starnberg-Munich, R.f.v.u.a.K. 1996, p. 1ff. Bayr. Staatsbibl. München, inv. no. Ana 656 SW 138.

This small sketch is a study for Spitzweg's eponymous small format work "Der Bettelmusikant" (41.1 x 12.9 cm) which is now housed in the Neue Pinakothek in Munich (inv. no. 8944).

As usual in a study, Spitzweg dispenses with details such as the lantern, wall mural, window frames, and shutters, but he also fails to include the man with a night cap who, in the final painting, glares downangrily at the musician from an upper floor window. The fact that this figure formed such an integral part of the finished composition indicates that Spitzweg wished to focus on other details in this sketch. He was obviously more concerned with how to integrate the beggar musician into the tonal fields of the ground and the architecture.

Wichmann writes in his expertise: “This loosely painted sketch displays the exceptional technique which Spitzweg adopted in the 1850s. [...] It is interesting to note [...] the clear demarkation between lighter and darker areas which Spitzweg applies brilliantly, making the clarinet player appear silhoutted against the pale colour of the wall and blended into the darker area on the left, whilst his shadow constrasts with the figure himself and binds him to the ground below.” (from the German).

The back of the sketch bears a hand-written notice by Richard Spitzweg confirming its authenticity: “I confirm the opposite painting: “Der Bettelmusikant”, flute player holding out his top hat to receive alms, painted on cigar wood, 25 ½ cm high, 9 cm wide, to be an authentic work made by my great-uncle Carl Spitzweg. Munich, 7th February 1924 Richard Spitzweg.” (from the German)




19. Jahrhundert / 19th Century

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