Death disguised as a painter, standing in front of an easel, kicking a painter, who is lying on the ground, with his left foot and painting a large picture in oils
Restitution status: Dubiousness is still to be clarified
Categories: Drawings / Pen-and-ink drawings, Drawings / Indian ink drawings
Passepartout, Indian ink, pen-and-ink-drawing, signature: at bottom right: 'AKubin', labelled, at bottom left: 'Der Tod and der Maler' (Death and the painter)
2nd half of the 19th Century, 20th Century
Purchase from the Dorotheum after 1945
Provenance according to museum / collection
Acquired from the Dorotheum, Vienna in 1947 (without exact date)
Art Restitution Advisory Board
The questionable nature of the provenance of the art or cultural object is being or has been examined by the museum/the collection/the Commission for Provenance Research. So far, the case has not been dealt with by the Art Restitution Advisory Board.
No recommendation has been issued yet.
Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery
No decision has been reached so far.
The art or cultural object is kept in the museum/in the collection.
© Art restitution National Fund of the Republic Austria for Victims of National Socialism