Hans Unger

Fräulein Heinze,

circa 1916,

oil on pressboard

Hans Unger (Bautzen 1872-1936 Dresden)
"Fräulein Heinze im roten Kleid" ["Miss Heinze in Red Dress"]
circa 1916
oil on pressboard, framed
60.5 x 49.6 cm. (23 ⅞ × 19 ½ in.)
signed lower right "Hans Unger"
The Daulton Collection

Stamp of the art materials factory Winsor & Newton, London, on the reverse. A Swiss customs stamp on the frame.

Provenance: private collection, east Germany

Exhibition History:

Currently, and since July 2023, on long-term continuing loan to the Museum Wiesbaden, Germany.

Museum Wiesbaden, "Weltflucht und Moderne: Oskar Zwintscher in der Kunst um 1900" ["Escapism and Modernity: Oskar Zwintscher, Art in 1900"], February 24 to July 23, 2023.

This painting is the portrait of the daughter of the Dresden goldsmith and court jeweler Theodor Heinze.  Here is one of his advertising postcards from 1922:

Theodor Heinze Silber-Waren-Fabrik, Dresden
vintage postcard advertising trade-fair exhibitions (Mess-Ausstellung) in 1922
postally-used in 1922 (postmark verso)
The Daulton Collection
Jack Daulton
The Daulton Collection