Lot 262: Kandinsky, Wassily



2015-09-16 14:06:51

Lot 262: Kandinsky Wassily: (1866-1944) Russian Painter. T.L.S., Kandinsky, One Page, 4To, Dessau, 5Th January 1929, To Professor Hanusch, In German. Kandinsky Thanks His Correspondent For Their New Year Greetings, Which He Reciprocates, Further Explaining 'This Letter Comes To You A Little Late, But That'S Not Due To My Own Lack Of Attention: Illness Has Touched Everything Here Is Dessau, And My Wife And I Have Been No Exception. At The Same Time, We'Ve Had To Keep Up With Quite A Hectic Pace (There Have Also Been Some Wonderful Times) And We'Ve Had To Use Our €Œfree Time†For Complete Rest'. The Artist Further Reflects On The Lovely Days Spent At Plauen Together, Remarking That He Hopes 'That Your Valuable Work Is More Pleasurable Than It Is Burdensome' And Concludes 'Would You And Your Wife Like To Come To Dessau On The 9Th February For A Bauhaus Festival - It'S All About Different Types Of Bells, And Particularly The Use Of Metal?' Two File Holes To The Left Edge And A Couple Of Extremely Minor, Small Tears To The Right Edge, None Of Which Affect The Text Or Signature, Vg] International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction September 2015 Saturday, 26th September 2015 Estimate: £1000-1200
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