Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884 - 1976)
Woman Bathing, 1913
Watercolor over black chalk
340 × 428 mm. (13 ⅜ × 16 ⅔ in.)
Angelika Arnoldi-Livie and Bruce Livie established Arnoldi-Livie in 1972 in Munich. The gallery deals in European paintings, drawings and sculpture of museum quality from the Old Master eras to Classic Modern. Art-historical training and extensive art-market experience are brought to bear in long-term associations with both museum and private collections. Exhibiting at TEFAF, Maastricht, and at the Salon du Dessin, Paris, Arnoldi-Livie also presents changing shows in the rooms of the gallery. In their 48-year long gallery history, Angelika and Bruce Livie placed many important works in international institutions, such as a drawing by Albrecht Dürer at the Getty Museum, a painting by Adolph Menzel (Tuileries Garden) at the National Gallery London, a still life by Lovis Corinth at Neue Galerie New York, and an important portrait at the Kimbell Art Museum.