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Carl Haag

Germany (1820 -  1915 ) Wikipedia® : Carl Haag
HAAG Carl German The Nargileh

Sotheby's
Apr 30, 2019
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Carl Haag - German The Nargileh

Carl Haag - German The Nargileh

Original 1875
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Lot number: 17
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GERMAN THE NARGILEH Carl Haag 1820 - 1915 signed and dated Carl Haag 1875 lower right watercolour and bodycolour, heightened with scratching out and stopping out 36.8 by 52.4 cm., 14 1/2 by 52 1/2 in. Provenance Sale: Christie's, London,16 March 1979, lot 117 Purchased from the above by the present owner Exhibited London, Society of Painters in Water-Colour, Spring Exhibition,1875, no. 129
Carl Haag - Interior Of The Golden Gateway In The Temple Area Of Jerusalem

Carl Haag - Interior Of The Golden Gateway In The Temple Area Of Jerusalem

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Carl Haag (German, 1820-1915) Interior of the Golden Gateway in the Temple area of Jerusalem pen and ink, pencil and watercolour on paper, arched top 53 ¼ x 31 in. (135.5 x 79 cm.) Provenance The artist's studio. Thence by descent to his heirs. Their sale; Sotheby's, London, 29 April 1982, lot 50, as: 'Inside the Temple'. Acquired by the present owner circa 1985, London.
Carl Haag -  A Bedouin Of The Hawaroh Tribe, 1862

Carl Haag - A Bedouin Of The Hawaroh Tribe, 1862

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Lot 64 CARL HAAG (1820-1915), GERMAN/BRITISH A BEDOUIN OF THE HAWAROH TRIBE, 1862 Watercolour on paper laid down to thick paperboard; signed and dated 1862 in red paint lower right, titled to the Peabody Studio Certificate of Authenticity label to the wood backboard verso, with the remains of two unidentified red wax seals to the wood backing 20.5 x 16.25 in — 52.1 x 41.3 cm
Carl Haag - A Family Of Wandering Arabs

Carl Haag - A Family Of Wandering Arabs

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Carl Haag, O.W.S. (German, 1820-1915) A family of wandering Arabs signed and dated 'Carl Haag/ 1866' (lower right); titled, dated and signed (on verso) watercolor on paper sight: 19 1/2 x 13 5/8in (49.5 x 35.8cm) Provenance Private collection, New York; Acquired from the above by the present owner, circa 1960.
Carl Haag - The Assegai Thrower

Carl Haag - The Assegai Thrower

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Lot number: 36
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Carl Haag (1820-1915)

The Assegai thrower

Watercolour, heightened with bodycolour and scratching-out

Signed and dated

1880

lower right

Further pen and black ink inscription with artist's name and address on label attached to reverse

53 x 37.5 cm. (20 7/8 x 14 3/4 in)

Provenance:

Sale.: Sotheby's, London, 29th April 1982, lot 62

The Fine Art Society, London;

Private collection, UK;

Fauna & Flora International

Exhibited:

The Fine Art Society, London, September 1982 (stock no. 17882)

At the age of 14 Haag moved from his birth town of Erlangen to Nuremberg; here he was apprenticed to his uncle, a porcelain painter.[1] He later travelled to England in 1847 to settle and learn the English watercolour technique, which at the time was greatly admired and highly regarded throughout Europe, although rarely exported.

Haag travelled extensively, and in September 1858 he arrived in Greece, before moving on to Cairo by November. It was here that Haag shared accomodation with Frederick Goodall (1822-1904), both of whom quickly gained a reputation amongst fellow artists and travellers for their hospitality. Haag wasn't to return to England until 1860, but this first period of Eastern travel was to inspire the artist for the rest of his career. Haag was to develop a considerable reputation for his finely executed paintings of Eastern subjects and scenes, and the present lot, as well as the following lot, stand as a testament to an artist famed in his own lifetime for such work.

[1] Stewart-Lockhart, Clive and Nicky Ford,

Watercolours by Carl Haag,

auction catalogue, Donnington Priory, 6th June 2000.

The Fine Art Sale: Part I

Wednesday 25 November 2015, 11.00am

Ely House

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London

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