Alexander and Aristotle
On the backside protection lower left label: "Inv. 10909", below in pencil again: "Inv. 10909", canvas doubled, on the canvas lower right a circular stamp of which only the border is visible, on the stretcher frame upper left remains of a torn off, square sticker with stamp border and golden frame, upper middle in blue "V.". 24307" [this number can also be found on the counterpart Inv.Nr. 10908], upper right in red: "P.M.", next to it a note with stamp margin and blue frame on it handwritten: "Venezianische / Schule Anf. 18. Jahrh.", at lower left label BStGS from the NS-period with imperial eagle on wreath with scratched out swastika: "Inv. 10909", lower left in red "PR" (Photo Roth), right carved into the wood, possibly "IX" or "IX", on the frame upper left with pencil: "UXR 14/3m" (location Meiserstraße) upper right in blue a five-digit number: "31478" (Munich number). The frame was reduced in size, and on the mitre cut below left newspaper was attached, presumably an obituary "..uer 1932 im Alter / verschieden ist. /…stattung fand auf Wuns../en in aller Stille statt / Der…„.
18. century Venetian - without date -1935 Galerie Hugo Helbing - 1935-1938 Edith Amalie Weinberger (10.08.1882-14.8.1951) at Galerie Hugo Helbing stocking  - 09.11.1938/13.03.1941-08.05.1944 Galerie an der Wagmüllerstraße, by "Aryanization" of Galerie Hugo Helbing  - since 04.02.1942/08.05.1944 BStGS, acquired by Galerie an der Wagmüllerstraße. Jakob Scheidwimmer, formerly Hugo Helbing".
1] In 1935, Hugo Helbing replaced his loan from the Jewish bank Herzog & Mayer with a series of works of art. Minutes of the meeting of 1.10.1951, State Archives Munich (StAM) WB Ia 2973.
2] In 1935, the business partners share the art holdings among themselves. From 30.06.1935 there is a list with the objects which Edith Weinberger took over from the " picture account of the company Herzog & Meyer ". StAM WB ia 2973, sheet 119f.
3] The auction house Hugo Helbing and its art dealer at Wagmüllerstraße 16 were "Aryanized" in 1938. On November 9, 1938, the Hugo Helbing company was forced to close because its sole owner, Kommerzienrat Hugo Helbing, was Jewish. The Reichskunstkammer appointed Max Heiß as trustee, a consultant for art trade issues to the regional director of the Reichskammer für bildende Künste. Since Heiß did not get any auction permission, he sold to Jakob Scheidwimmer on 13.3.1941. The auction house then ran under the name "Galerie and der Wagmüllerstr, owner Jakob Scheidwimmer, vormals Hugo Helbing", cf. Hopp, Meike: Kunsthandel und Nationalsozialismus: Adolf Weinmüller in München und Wien, Böhlau 2012, pp. 74-103.
4] The Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen (BStGS) buy the painting together with Inv.Nr. 10909 for RM 120. Cf. M.E. of 8.5.1944, No VII 16182, in: BStGS, Registratur, Invententarbuch Nr. 10903, Cf. also invoice of 2.4.1942, in: Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv (BayHStA), Altregistratur BStGS 7/2, also on 28.04. on the permit application at the Ministerumg, in: BStGS, Registratur Bildakte 10904, and on 8.5.1944 on the permit of the Ministerum, in: BStGS, Registratur Bildakte 10906, Auslagerung in Ettal [lt Schwaegerl, 1947]
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