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1. A. Hiincke, "Das kleine Reich des Hans Reichel," Bildende Kunst (Berlin), 30, No. 8 (1988), 354-56. 2. F. Mathey, Han.s Reichel (Zurich: Scheidegger, 1980). 3. Ibid., pp. 14, 15.

4. Reichel to Lily Klee, July 31, 1941 (Paul Klee Foundation, Bern).

5. Undated letter, cited in V. E. Bamett, The Blue Four Collection at the Norton Simon Museum (New Haven and London: Yale Univ. Press, 2002), p. 410. 6. Nina Kandinsky's guest book (Musee national d'Art modeme, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris). 7. Paul Klee to Lily Klee, November I 1, 1924 (Paul Klee Foundation, Bern); Lily Klee to Emmy Scheyer, September 12, 1924 (Barnett, Blue Four Collection, p. 409); Ise Gropius, day book notation, March 28, 1925 (Bauhaus Archive, Berlin); Kandinsky noted a trade of pictures with Reichel in summer 1925, cf. V. E. Bamett, Kandinsky Watercolors: Catalogue Raisonne (London: Sotheby's Publications, 1992), No. 755. 8. Exhibition at Hugo Erfurth, unmarked newspaer clipping from November 1925, signed "ys," in the estate of Hans Reicbel (Bibliothcque nationale, Paris). 9. Reichel to Grohmann, April 27, 1928 (Staatsgaterie, Stuttgart, Will Grohmann Archive). 10. Guest book of Alfred and Thekla Hess, volume 2, p. 47 (Bauhaus Archive, Berlin).

11. Reichel to Kandinsky, November 5, 1929 (Musee national d'Art modcme, Centre Geor- ges Pompidou, Paris). 12. Paul Klee to Lily Klee, October 29, 1931 (Paul Klee Foundation, Bern). 13. Reichel to Kandinsky, December 5, 1936 (Musee national d'Art modeme, Centre Geor- ges Pompidou, Paris). 14. B. R. Gordon, "Hans Reichel. Painter," Anais (Rio de Janeiro), 10 (1992), 88. 15. Cf. G. llletschko, Kandinsky und Paris: Die Geschichte einer Beziehung (Munich and New York: Prestel, 1997), pp. 85-89. 16. H. Miller, "The Cosmological Eye," Transition (Paris), No. 27 (1938), pp. 322-31. 1. 17. Galerie Jeanne Bucher, Paris, I thank Francois Jaeger, who allowed me to look into the guest books.

18. H. Reichel, "Letter for the Gostersouls," The Booster (Paris), No. 9 (1937), p. 10. [Reichel deliberately used contrived language in this article.] 19. This is how Reichel signed the "Letter for the Gostersools." 20. I thank Stefan Frey for pointing this out to me.

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