Gabriel von Max

  Child Scenes, 

1878-1880, 

22 pencil & ink drawings


 
Gabriel von Max,
Child Scenes (Kinderszenen): studies of the artist's children at home,
1878-1880,
a collection of 22 drawings on 20 sheets,
pencil and ink on paper

Provenance: The Estate of the Artist (Nachlaß Gabriel von Max)

Gabriel von Max had three children with his first wife Emma, consisting of a daughter Ludmilla (1874-1964) and two sons Corneille (Munich 1875-1924 Munich) and Colombo (Munich 1877-1970 Ammerland), both of whom followed in their father's footsteps and became artists.

The above illustrated sheet:
Gabriel von Max,
Study of the Artist's son Corneille Max (1875-1924) and his Mother (?) at Home,
1878
pencil and ink on paper
23,4 x 15 cm
dated below "1878" and inscribed "Cornel Max"
Gabriel von Max, 
Studies of Corneille Max, the son of the artist, 
1878, 
pencil and ink on paper,
15,2 x 23,4 cm, 
inscribed and dated "Cornel Max 1878"
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Gabriel von Max, 
Thekla holding Corneille Max, 
circa 1878, 
pencil on paper, 
22,5 x 15,0 cm, 
inscribed below: "Cornel u. Amme Thekla" ["Corneille and Nurse Thekla"]
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Gabriel von Max, 
Two of the Artist's Children in Bed, 
1880, 
pencil on paper, 
12,2 x 22,0 cm, 
dated below "1880" and inscribed "Colombo[?]" and "Ludmilla [?]"
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Gabriel von Max, 
The artist's son, Corneille Max (1875-1924), drawing while seated on a brown chair
1881, 
pencil on paper, 
27,0 x 21,5 cm, 
inscribed: "Cornell zeichnug auf Braunemstuhl" (loosely deciphered)
dated and inscribed: "11 Juni 1881 Ammerland"
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Contact:

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