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SOLOMON (1899-1980) German Expressionist

FREDERICK "Fritz" SOLOMON (1899-1980) German Expressionist artist. Original charcoal??_?????drawing, unsigned,??_????? not dated but likely after 1960, approx. 12 x 9.5 in. Unframed. Comes with biographical information. This is, without doubt, by Solomon and guaranteed to be so without a time limit. We purchased most of the dawings from his estate. There was no estate stamp therefore the stamp on the verso was made by us. Solomon won the Mowbray Prize [1944] in London; was listed in WHO'S WHO IN ART [1954 London edition]. He studied art with such famous German artist's as: Max Liebermann, Martin Brandenburg, Eugene Spiro & Willy Jaeckel [Masterclass]. Exhibitions: Berlin, Cologne, Capetown, Haifa, London [Royal Academy], U.S., and in 1958 had one-man show at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba. In 1956 several of his paintings were exhibited at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio. He died in the U.S. We purchased his personal papers and most of his drawings at his estate sale. His work is fairly scarce. The photos shown below DO NOT accompany this drawing and are not for sale. Also, showing below is a copy of Royal Academy of Arts notification that Samuel Courtauld has selected a painting by Solomon for purchase in 1945. Courtauld, who would died two tears later, was the founder of the Courtauld Art Institute in England. Courtauld had formed an important art collection including multiple works by Manet, Cezanne, Renoir etc., which he gave to the Courtauld and the Tate. He had purchased at least 5 paintings by Frederick Solomon and when he saw the painting JACOB at Solomon's exhibition at the JABE Gallery he ordered that the painting be sent to the TATE Gallery but he died a few days later and the purchase never took place. We will include a copy of the Royal Academy/Courtauld purchase document to the winning bidder.

  • USAUSA
  • 2017-07-29

BRITISH NAVY ARMISTICE SIGNALS: Commander in chief grand Fleet to german Commander in chief, high sea fleet, with the German reply, timed 1150, and 00

BRITISH NAVY ARMISTICE SIGNALS: Commander in chief grand Fleet to german Commander in chief, high sea fleet, with the German reply, timed 1150, and 0009, and dated 13 November 1918 Two carbon copies, on official naval signal proforma, of an exchange of signals from and to Rosyth (Navy Base Scotland) to "OU'V," "Request you will direct KONIGSBERG to rendezvous in latitude 56 degree ... at 8:00 o clock GMT Friday morning 15th November, where British light cruiser will meet her and escort her to my base. Request that you will inform me of route KONIGSBERG will follow so that British Patrols may be warned," with the reply, in German, from Admiral Meurer that he would comply. Both signals with old tape markings on edges, somewhat creased and folded. One of the first signals from C in C British Fleet (Admiral Sir David Beatty) to his German counterpart (Admiral Meurer) requesting that the German vessels come out of hiding and proceed to Scarpa Flow. This process ended up on November 21st with the complete German Fleet, (approximately 70 vessels) being escorted by the British Grand Fleet of 76 vessels into Scarpa Flow, Orkney, the German flags were then lowered, and the German crews repatriated. They remained at anchor but most of the German ships were scuttled by their skeleton crews as a final act of defiance. The Konigsberg took Rear Admiral Hugo Meurer to Scarpa Flow to negotiate the interning of the Germen Fleet. His ship escaped was scuttled and ceded to France as a war prize, renamed Metz; it was scrapped in 1936. 6.25 x 8in (16 x 20cm) (2)

  • USAUSA
  • 2015-10-21

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SOLOMON (1899-1980) German Expressionist artist

FREDERICK "Fritz" SOLOMON (1899-1980) German Expressionist artist. Original 2-sided charcoal?????_drawing, unsigned,?????_ not dated but likely after 1960, approx. 10 x 13 in. Unframed. Comes with biographical information. This is, without doubt, by Solomon and guaranteed to be so without a time limit. We purchased most of the dawings from his estate. There was no estate stamp therefore the stamp on this drawing was made by us. Solomon won the Mowbray Prize [1944] in London; was listed in WHO'S WHO IN ART [1954 London edition]. He studied art with such famous German artist's as: Max Liebermann, Martin Brandenburg, Eugene Spiro & Willy Jaeckel [Masterclass]. Exhibitions: Berlin, Cologne, Capetown, Haifa, London [Royal Academy], U.S., and in 1958 had one-man show at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba. In 1956 several of his paintings were exhibited at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio. He died in the U.S. We purchased his personal papers and most of his drawings at his estate sale. His work is fairly scarce. The photos shown below DO NOT accompany this drawing and are not for sale. Also, showing below is a copy of Royal Academy of Arts notification that Samuel Courtauld has selected a painting by Solomon for purchase in 1945. Courtauld, who would died two tears later, was the founder of the Courtauld Art Institute in England. Courtauld had formed an important art collection including multiple works by Manet, Cezanne, Renoir etc., which he gave to the Courtauld and the Tate. He had purchased at least 5 paintings by Frederick Solomon and when he saw the painting JACOB at Solomon's exhibition at the JABE Gallery he ordered that the painting be sent to the TATE Gallery but he died a few days later and the purchase never took place.

  • USAUSA
  • 2018-02-28
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SOLOMON (1899-1980) German Expressionist artist

FREDERICK "Fritz" SOLOMON (1899-1980) German Expressionist artist. Original 2-sided charcoal?????_drawing, unsigned,?????_ not dated but likely after 1960, approx. 10 x 13 in. Unframed. Comes with biographical information. This is, without doubt, by Solomon and guaranteed to be so without a time limit. We purchased most of the dawings from his estate. There was no estate stamp therefore the stamp on this drawing was made by us. Solomon won the Mowbray Prize [1944] in London; was listed in WHO'S WHO IN ART [1954 London edition]. He studied art with such famous German artist's as: Max Liebermann, Martin Brandenburg, Eugene Spiro & Willy Jaeckel [Masterclass]. Exhibitions: Berlin, Cologne, Capetown, Haifa, London [Royal Academy], U.S., and in 1958 had one-man show at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba. In 1956 several of his paintings were exhibited at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio. He died in the U.S. We purchased his personal papers and most of his drawings at his estate sale. His work is fairly scarce. The photos shown below DO NOT accompany this drawing and are not for sale. Also, showing below is a copy of Royal Academy of Arts notification that Samuel Courtauld has selected a painting by Solomon for purchase in 1945. Courtauld, who would died two tears later, was the founder of the Courtauld Art Institute in England. Courtauld had formed an important art collection including multiple works by Manet, Cezanne, Renoir etc., which he gave to the Courtauld and the Tate. He had purchased at least 5 paintings by Frederick Solomon and when he saw the painting JACOB at Solomon's exhibition at the JABE Gallery he ordered that the painting be sent to the TATE Gallery but he died a few days later and the purchase never took place.

  • USAUSA
  • 2018-07-11

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ORDER OF THE GERMAN EAGLE AWARD CERTIFICATE TO A SPANISH LIEUTENANT

ORDER OF THE GERMAN EAGLE AWARD CERTIFICATE TO A SPANISH LIEUTENANT Rare printed document, 1p. 9 1/2" x 13 3/4", Berlin, June 5, 1939, an award certificate granting the Merit Cross of the Order of the German Eagle, Third Class with Swords to Spanish lieutenant Don Luis Materrodena Terol. The certificate bears the facsimile signatures of Adolf Hitler and State Minister Otto Meissner at the conclusion, with a blind-embossed national eagle within a wreath of oak leaves at lower left. This award, presented in six classes between 1937 and 1943 and in nine classes thereafter, was granted to foreigners, especially diplomats, who were considered to be sympathetic to Nazism. Military recipients, such as the individual discussed here, received a version adding swords. The medal is unfortunately not present with this example. The certificate is housed in a cream presentation folder with a gilt national eagle embossed on the front cover. Also present is a printed booklet in German, 5pp. 4to., entitled "Verdienstorden vom Deutschen Adler - Verordnung und Satzung" ("Order of Merit of the German Eagle - Ordinance and Statute"), describing the criteria for receiving different degrees of the Order. This booklet also features a blind-embossed national eagle on the front cover. The group is rounded out by two printed document blanks, both 1p. 4to., one ins German and one in Spanish, both intended to list the name, profession, place of residence, nationality, and other information regarding the recipient of the Order, as well as portions of the original mailing envelope for the certificate. The presentation folder shows slight soiling, else very good to fine. Other notable recipients of various degrees of the Order included Charles Lindbergh, IBM chairman Thomas J. Watson, and foreign leaders including Francisco Franco, Hideki Tojo and Benito Mussolini.

  • USAUSA
  • 2017-12-19

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