Joseph Beuys

Schlitten, 303 x 479 mm, unique ink drawing on brown card, 1985. In this drawing, Beuys depicts a sledge – a recurrent motif in his work – due to the well-known story of when his plane crashed and he was subsequently rescued and placed on a sledge wrapped in felt and fat. Signed by Beuys in pencil, bottom right.
Hasen, 300 x 480 mm, unique ink drawing on brown card, 1982. This drawing, of two hares on a black background, features an important symbol for Beuys. According to the artist, the hare represented a certain pan-european internationalism, receptive to art and ideas. Signed by the artist in pencil bottom right.